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

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

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

ENGLISH & GERMAN JOBPRDtTIM. Of every description, neatly executed nt' .h« Ollire of the "Rhimsht."

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

ROPES. A large assortment of Hemp and Manilla Ropes, for sale cheap by a .,' .* PRETZ, GUTH & Co. April 13. «..(•

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

PRODUCE. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for Goods, at the New York Store b y KERN & SAMSON. May 01. t—t WANTED 1000 Bushels Potatoes wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid, either in cash or in trude by PRETZ, GUTH & Co. May 10. J—tf ~

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

HGHHDIBSH PHILADELPHIA HIDE ASSOCIATION, Willow S«., above Eleventh St-PHILADELPHIA. HIDES taken in with great care, as regards cuts and flaws. HTCountry Tanners supplied on the most liberal terms. AYKROYD & GROSS. April 19. •J-tbn '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

NEW ARRIVAL-OF III RAM V EAGER, HATTER Hardware. The undersigned,have just returned from tfl»f<t?fy^l§Si Philadelp hia with nlarge nsv^'i&wiSsi* sortment of Hard/care, Cutlery anil Saddlery, with Couch-triming* unit Shoc-f tidings, all of which will be sold at reduced prices al the Slorc of O.& J. SAEGER. April 20. 1i— <>w IRON.—A good lot of Hammered and Rolled Iron, Sheet Iron, American and English Band Iron, Hoop Iron. Cast and Shear Steel, square, flat and round, just received with Anvils and Vices, and for sale cheap at the Slore of O. & J. SAEGER. GLASS.—150 boNes Glass of all sizes, for sale by O. & J. SAEGER. WHlT/iS LEAD.—1 ton of White Lend just received, Pure and Extra, and for sale hy O.&J. SAEGER. NAILS.—iiOO Kegs of the best Nails, Binds and Spikvs, just received, and for sale by r" O. & J. SAEGER. SHOE-FlNPINl IS.-—-A largeassortment of Shoe-Findings, jn.-t received and fur sale by O.&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

itUscciiancous Selections. Sain Houston and his Wife. 1 he case ol senator Houston affords a strikinji example of the vast influence which u good wile tuny exercise uu-i u man •,™ i„ a man." • Houston was, apparently, n very unpromising subject for the experiment. lie quarrelled wilh and ran away from his lirst wile, lived with the Indians, was given over to drunkenness and profanity, and to use his own language, was ihe "victim of his own slavish appetites." lie was then called the "notorious Sam Houston." Bui we have! noticed, for some years, that he has been spoken of more respectfully. The secret of it is, as we were informed somu months ago by one who knew him well, that he had married a lovely and excellent woman, and she had reformed him, or induced him lo reform himself. We see that the matter has now got into the newspapers. At n large party lately given in Washington by Speaker Winthrop, Houston look occasion lo give his reasons for declining to attend the various ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

Ailentowii Academy. The Summer 'JYrm of ibis Institution commences on Monday the l-lih inst. Although pupils aro charged from the time of entrance, yet it is always better to enter, cither at the commencement of a new term or a week or two bo fore. Young men who desire to pursue the study of Surveying, with the higher Mathematics and the English language, will find the present session n favorable one for this purpose. In the Female Department, plain and ornamental needle work wilh music, receive, careful attention. Further particulars may be learned upon application at the Academy R. C. Ciiaxdlku, A. U. Principal. May ;j. ' % —4 w •TATOJO^a aoyfj aii , .,!. «'*.? In the Orphan's Court of l.c-^|RM^ high count if ^jfcgigR jS In the matter of the recount of ' •?§£»%* ' Reuben Butz and Panii 1 Guih, int Adm'rs.cic. of J'oshha lUitz, laic t>f Lehigh counlj-, deceased. And now. May 4, 184!), on petition, ihe Courl a] point Henry l.on<rnccker, John 1) . Sliles - and A. L. R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

tSmtiea II. SSstsh ^ riN AND STOVE SMITH Iii AHcntoirn. Respectfully informs his friends and the public in genera), that be continues the Tin ami Dm. ^ .-...;.i.;..K 1.....;.,..«:. jh all its various branches, at his old stand, two doors east of Mover's Allenlown Hotel, in Hamilton street, in the borough of Allenlown. lie has on lump a very large assortment of TAX AA'D filiOft WAB6E, Such as all kinds of Buckets, Watering Pols, Spoiit-her.ds, &c. which he also manufactures to order, at the shortest notice, and warrants them lo be durable, and of the best materials. He keeps constantly on hand a large supply, of lhtcj'utg Tin, expressly manufactured for Roofing Houses, which enables him lo do roofing at the shortest notice, and at moderate charges'. He will undertake jobs a reasonable distinct; from Allenlown, and will warrant them to be durable. He also keeps on hand "Downs, Mynderse & Co's. Improved Revolving Stand-Pump," at the extreme, low price of I rom 6...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

A Greek Funeral. I remember \\d 4en they buried that brighteyed Greek maide,n, snatched sudden . lv frtfrtl earth, when lifer young heart. ?/as lighlas her face was fair, they arrayed her, so rigid and motionless, in the gay dress she had never worn except for some great fate or gala, as though this, more than any, were a day of rejoicing for her: and thus attired with her long hair spread out over her still bosom, all decked with llowers; '-hey laid her uncoffined in the grave. At hbf feet they placed astr ialt flask of wine and a basket of corn, in accordance with an ancient Greek superstition, which supposes that for three davs and nights the disembodied spirit lingers mournfully around its tenement of clay, the garment of its mortality, wherein, as a pilgrim and a stranger on the earth, it . lived and loved, it sinned and suffered: As sbbh as the first symptoms of decay announce that the curse of corruption is at work, thfey believe that the purer essence departs (o purer ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

FASHIONABLE. Clothing Emprlmii Weiss &' £.icfilcnirafnt:r Have just received, from Philadel phia and New York, and now offer for sale, a new lot of the most fashionable stock of I >rv Goods, ever exhibited in Allenlown, such as Superfine, Jlluc, Blue Black, Brawn, Olire, Cirren, . /)rali, ami furisi-Idc Ore en Cloths—Doc r-ldn, Plaid, S:rijiedund Panel/ Cassiiiiercs. yKSTI.\«. —Yeslings of every description, such as Muriailles, Satin, Plue, Crecn, Black and Brown Silk. E9B£JLff>I.\e^.—All kinds of Spring and Summer Woolen, Linen and Cotton Dress Goods. SHiaftTTS— Shirts, Shirt Bosoms. Under-shirts, Drawrs, Suspenders, Cravats, Stocks, Hosiery, Gloves, &,c. A LSO.—Parasols, Bead Purses, Combs, Fans, &c. An assortment of Ready made Clothing of every description for ' M ' en and Boys—at the following extreme low prices. READY ADE CLOTHING. Slimmer Coat. * , fnuti SI.Off to '2.01) •Fine Linen Coat.- , from §l,\2o lo 2.01) Tweed Coals, SvJ. O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

Owen Iloffuian. ^^ Clock, Watchmaker ami Jeweler, Next door to the New York Store, of Kern and Samson, in Hamilton Street, .Qllcnloicn Pa. The undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he lias just returned from New York and Philadelphia, with a very large and well selected stock of GOLD AND SHYER WATCHES, . A^tf^K&i y day and 21 hour $(!>) j*L CLOCK, ffiP^n" '1' #S' '"rom two to fifteen dollars, ||wW^sfc |!j nlu 'a l ull assortment of JretESISsS! Jewelry. Among others it feaniMmrahllllli comprises the . following articles : Gold and Silver Levers, Anker Levers, Lapiries, English, French anil Swiss watches, Gold^Silver aad Steel Spectacles, for all ages, SifvorCouibs, Gold Breast pins. Ear-rings and Finger lings. Gold pens, Gold and Silver pencils, Silver Ten ami 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 slock is entirely ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

Ipoctical Ocuavtincnt A .proud patrician lonl one day, His plebeian neighbor met; Anil thus in most disdainful way, The worthy man beset: A clown thou art, yet still they say There's mind within thy breast; That Scieiiee' giddy mountain heights Thy roving feet have prcss'd; That l'amc awards her laurel crown To rest upon thy brow; That richer things than gold or laurels Thou hast in keeping now. Vol plainly Mill thy garb and mien, Ignoble birth proclaim; What fancy strange is prompting Ilicc 'To carve thyself a naine ! A mmnrnl on the .scornful fare, The plebeian's eyes were bent; . A moment, and his answer came In words the licait made eloquent: My fallen was a woodman's son, Who left unto Ins child iS'o yulrl nor lands, but richer far—A birlli-rijjlit uudefiled. And I a' m proud to own my sire, ThoiiL'h plebeian he may be ; For Heaven hath placed upon his brow The stamp of its nobility. Not for thy lands,nor yet, indeed. For all thy wide domain, Would I [enounce the laurel c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

Ale ood One. .Oh! bachelors have become so serious an evil as to heed legislative interference ; wo think that the following expedient, adopted by a lady in Connecticut, of rather a desperate age, will afford an excellent hint to some of our statesmen towards an effectual remedy. The circumstances are those : A young lady became extravagantly fond of a young lawyer in the neighborhood, who treated Iter partiality with great Jovity.— Finding her suit rather hopeless, and being; fully determined lo enter the slate of.matri* mony at some rate or other, she adopted the following plan : ¦ All. at once she was taken ill, and her malady seemed to . threaten death. At this crisis site sent for the young lawyer to draw her will, anil to his astonishment, she disposed of.an enormous estate, in legacies and endowing public institutions. She shortly after, however, recovered to enjoy her own Wealth, and the young lawyer began to feel something like love for her, his address became constan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

Cheap Hat and Cap Store Hamilton Street nenrh / opposite IPciss Hotel, ,'lllc ' nloun. Jacob 19. Boa«, Takes this method to inform hie friends and customers, that he still continues the llatmaking and Cap business, and keeps constantly on hand, a large assortment ol the most fas-hionable, Beaver, Nitlrc, Brinh, Bussia, Silk and Napped Hals, f/iie/i he trill sell at the lowest pries, ,'t/so—a large assortment of Mens, Hoys and Chiltlrcns Cups, al, very rlduccd prices. Me is likewise prepared to manufacture to order Hals at lie shortest possible notice. Thankful for jtist favors he hopes to enjoy a eontiiHiauc* of patronage, as he feels confident that hi! Hals, fully recommend themselves. ' 'i/Such whr arc indebted lo lu ' in fot some length of inie, will please recollect, that their nccoui s should be-promptly sellled, and it is e.\| cted will not be neglected. Nov. <). T—IV

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

abb Dia° 3 mmn, . ,r j.Hjf In the Orphan's Courl of I.e-$$$&&. ' high county. 2s»Mlfi?2 In the matter of the account of "i^SS-jift^ Catharine Butz, dee'd., late of *m*w . Din counly orLe)iii;h. And now, May 4ih, IH1II, the Courl appoint, A. L. Ruhe, II. C. Longnecker, and J. S. Reese, auditors to audit and re-seltlo said account, make distribution and'report the same to the nextstated Orphan's Court. From Ihe Tfccorj/u, Teste—J. D. L.vwaix, Clerk. The auditors above named will meet for the purpose of their appointment, on the 1Kb. day of June next, al ' lhe house of Eli Slcckci, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. A.L. 11U11E, H. C- LONGNECKER, J. S. REESE, May 14. %—lw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

THE LEHIGH REGISTER 21 published in the Borough of Allenlown, Lehigh County, l'a., even/ Thuriilm/ BY AUGUSTUS" JD. RUIIE, 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 al the option of the proprietor. AiivKiiTisKMExTH, making not more than one square, will be inserted three times for one dollar and for every subsequent insertion iweiiiy-livc cents. Larger advertisements charged in the same proportion. Those not exceeding (en lines, will be charged seventy-five cents, and those mailing six lines or less, three insertions fu~ f>0 rentsfsPA liberal deduction will he made to those who advertise by the year. IST Office in Hamilton Strict, ne.rl door to Stem's .Allenlown Hotel, (formerly Weiss' ) opposite Schnvrman's Store:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

LEE & WALKER SUUCKSSOKS TO CHO. W1LL1U, HAVE removed their slock of Music and Musical Instruments, lo the new and spacious store in Swaim's Building, No. ll!2 Chestnut Street, below Seventh, PHILADELPHIA, where they invito the attendance and patronage of the public. LEE & WALKER having purchased the entire slock of Geo. Willig, (who has declined business,) are now prepared to execute all orders in their line. Their assortment of Music and Musical Instruments, is its extensive ns l/iat of any other establishment in the country. PIANO FORTES, from various well known and approved manufactories, how in store, anil will be constantly offered for sale. t -f Country dealers supplied on very rea-[ sbuable terms. I -Feb. a. «!—O'tn

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

FAKE " NOTICE Dont Jet yourselves be deceived, bought o. - caught b y fictitious price's, that are published in the. | apers. The undersig ned sell ns low as our next neighbors, and in fact as low as any commission house in Allenlown. We. do licit deem it necessary to publish prices, in br.ler to inform the public that we sell at lower rates llian others —nil we ask , is, that such who purchase Iron, Hardware, iSc. should' g ive us a call, and they will find that "Sacgcr's Hardware Store" sells as low if not lower llian any bouse in town. O. & J. SAEGER, Iron $¦ Hardirare Store, Allenlown. April Si«. H—Gw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 31 May 1849

5. , jjm. luywi?. 15 nil and Awodcn Ware Store, No. ( i:J tirth 'Third Street, One door above ^[c.li, east aide, Philadelphia. Manufaclureriand Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of Brodis, Brushes, Buckets, Cedar Ware, Wil w and French Baskets, Shoe and Wall pushes, Scrubs, Dusters. Mats, Blacking Eastern made Wooden ware of every dqcriplion, &c. at lite lowcsl market prices, i Isl CISfAid ' for Broom Corn. Manly Rowi:.] John M. Bowk, March 15. U—:5m

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