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

Sartains Union Magazine. For June, is a very handsome number, offer, ing among the principal embellishments, one of Sartain's sweetest mezzotints—the "Roman Scrivener ," bom a painting ' by Sam. B. Wangh —and a fine line engraving, the "Prophecy of ihe Flower ," by Tripler Bannister; not to speak of two large and well executed wood engravings, one after a design by Darley wjth fashion plates, flower pieces , &o. The literary contents comprise a conlmuation of Mr. Wiley's novel, "Honoke," with articles by Willis , Tuckerman, Herbert Professor Alden, Mrs,Sigourney, Mrs. Kirklaiid , Mrs. Osgood , and other well Mown writers.

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

REMOVAL! The office of the Lehigh Register has been removed totheiraild? life formerly occupied by Mr. C. JMoAr, tobacconist, on Hamilton street, first door east of the German Reformed Church, where our friends will always find us on hand, to attend to their wishes. Job work of every description will be neatly executed at the shortest notice.

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

White-wash Your Fences, &c How much more neatly a habitation appears lo the eye if the fences, trees (fee , around it are whitewashed once or twice a year, than if suffered lo wear their old dingy appearance. We have noticed the contrast and invite every one to do likewise. The improved appearance well repays for all the trouble and expense. The pearly while agrees so beautifully wilh ihe deep green spread out by nature on every hand, that the cheap decoration should not be neglected by any one.

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

Pictorial Brother Jonathan. • ihe Mammoth Pictorial Brother Jonathan, containing one hundred and twenty engravings, published by Wilson and Co., No. 13 Spruce atreet, New York, is now ready Jpr delivery, and will be furnished b y mail or otherwise at 12| cents pa copy, or 10 conies for I dollar.

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

Allentown, Pa. ^ TnllRSDAYTMYTlTTsJi. " Circulation near 2000

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

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

.foreign intelligence Arrival «f Ihe Caledonia. St. Jorx, May 25,1849. The steamer Caledonia, arrived at Halifax hist evening, bringing one week's later intellig ence from all parts of Europe. ENGLAND.—The bill for the modification of the Navigation Laws has been carried in the House of Lords by a majority of ten in favor of the ministry. These laws may now be considered as virtually repealed. The result has given the Whig ministry a new tenure of officc.j In the House, the Parliamentary Oath Kill, having for its object the removal of the Jewish disabilities, has been read a second timo-Jjy-aJargcr_majoj^y_idjan before. Mr. Roebuck is about to brin^blJIortrParliament his plan for the better government of the Colonies, and also to move, for a Committee to ascertain the amount of debt due from foreign governments lo British subjects. The arguments in the writ of error brought hy W. S. O'Brien and Mr. Mc.Manus, have been read before the House of Lords, and without hearing the Cou...

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

— . ^^ Interesting From California. Money has been made loan immense amount by purchasing at the mines. Gold dust at$:J to SS the ounce, which sells here at $15 to t?l(i. The consequence is, that every body goes to the mines—curried away by the excitement. For the sake of my health I shall remain here, where I can do sufficiently well, for the present atjleast. A common servant in a private house gels from $100 to $150 per month, and they are i very independent nt that. You go into a hotel and ask for a break fast: if the cook i is gone, (for he only slays one hour at each meal time.) you get a slice of cold meat, | bread, probably no coffee, or tea. certainly . no milk—and yon pay SI; also §1,50 for a j dinner of rice soup, a piece of very poor .roast beef and potatoes—all these eaten off a table of bare, boards. Bottled ale is §2, brandy $:), wine *5, tolerably, good ; segars (very poor) three for 23 cents. Loaves of bread worth at home-5 cents, sell here for I 25 cents. A h...

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

Amos Ettinger * I Tin and Copper Smithj ! . IN ALLENTOWN. i Takes this method to inform his old friends j and customers, that he slill continues th* above business at his "old stand," where ha ! has now on hand I 100 Coheir Settles, containing from two to thirly-sevcn gallons, | which in point of beauty and durability can-, not be superceded, and which will be sold ; at reduced prices. He also keeps on hand I an assortment of BRASS KETTLES S,- TIN WARE, from a whistle to a still, a new kind of Pumps for Cisterns or Wells, of difleYeni. prices. Yin Roofing willr be done in a workmanlike manner, and al such prices that no one will have reason lo complain, who calls qni him to execute this branch of business. He has prepared himself in such a manner, fh*! he can contract to-day andyim ' sA to-morrow'. lUiiskey-Stills are manufactured at the shortest notice, and at the most reasonable prices. In short, all kinds of jobs, either in Copper or iu Tin, will be done in a most perfect...

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

MM 1DWL 1 new Uouse and a new Landlord. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has taken lho newl y creeled three story brick tavern of Jesse Grim, at the northwest corner of Market Square, in the borough of Allentown, called I THE E./GLE HOTEL. The House is known as one of lho most | spacious and convenient in,the Slate—none I more so out of Philadel phia—mid contains • 41 rooms. Tie therefore feels assured that ! ho can accommodate satisfactoril y all who I may favor him wilh a call. j _l_Ilis TABLE shall at all times be supplied i with the best ihe season aiid^lliinilafkets- ¦aff ord,and theBar with ihe 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 and . comfort. The Stabling is large and commodious, and ; ns he will have none but kind and attentive Ostlers, a due regard will bo had ...

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

iHAICREEO. ) On Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. Yaeger, : Mr. Ililliam L. S' agcl, to Miss Mary Wetzel, both of Allentown. fJcl7"Accompanying ihe above notice we received a delicious bridal cake, for which we return the "I'tinter ' s blessing " —a kindly wish that happiness and long life may attend them anil that ihey may be blessed wilh a goodly number of little responsibilities. On the 20lh instant, by the Rev. Mr. Dubs, Mr. Samuel Hermony, to Miss Elizabeth Miller, both of North Whitehall. On the 27th instant, by the same, Mr. Andrew 1'ing/ing, lo Miss Hannah Louisa ItciscL both of South Whitehall. On the 27lh instant, by the Rev. Mr. Yeago r, Mr. George Ilttff to Miss Elizabeth Kincate, both of Salsburg. On ihe same day, by the same, Mr. Samucl Stcidingcr lo Miss Eliza Dennis, bolh , of East Allentown. ; ¦ On the same day, by the same, Mr. Eli Hojffert, te Miss Louisa Loudenbergcr, both of Allentown. On the 17th of May, by the same, Mr. Jacob Kolb, to Miss Catharine Fayette G...

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

iVFJKHNMra wvm !] I ,M*t. In the Orphan's Court of Le-•j^firKfe. hig h Coimttf. •jg§j»|p; In the matter of the account vfSlzS 'er of John Detweiler, deceased, lata M*% i " of the borough of Allentown, Le- - high county. And now May 4th, 1849, the Court appoint James S. Reese, an auditor to audit and re-' , settle said estate, make distribution, and re-' : port the same .to the next stated Orphan's i Court. •> - . '" j From the Records, Teste—J. D. Lawali., Clerk. j The undersigned will meet the parties in- ' ; tcresied on Wednesday the 27th day of June • next, at the horim&L ^ EIi Steekcl, at 10 i o'clock in the forenrJobV ^ .--^ j JAMES S. REESE. May 2-1. t—4w r~ AVORMAN'S SPRING ¦ The undersigned takes this method to in- ' ! form his friends and the public in general, that he has taken the well known ! Wornian?» Springy which will be opened on the lOthinBtatl' t; with all kinds of refreshments &c. - I james 5 "Wilt. j May 17. \ —4w

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

Brices <£urrent AS TICLES. | Per Allcnt.Easton 1'kitda Flour Barrel 4 75 4 T» 4 tb Wheat .... Bush. 95 95 i 06 Rya ..... — 65 60 68 Corn ..... -^- 60 fO 60 Oats .;.:: — 28 30 SB Buckwheat .. ->-- 40 40 66 Flaxseed ... I — j 1 26 I 30 1 26 Cbvcrsetd . . | — 3 00 4 00 4 00 Timothys eed . j — 8 60 2 76 2 60 Potatoes • . . j — 45 35 66 Salt ' — I « 45 40 Butter .... ' Pound 12 12 16 Lard ! — 8 10 9 Tallow .... I — 9 9 -8 Beeswax . . . \ — 25 26 «7 Ham i — 9 8 10 Flitch .... j — 7 0 6 Tow-3-am^-^T^l 8 8 £ Eggs ! Doz. 10 10 15 Rye Whiskey j Gall. 22 25 28 Apple Whiskey ' — 18 25 28 Linseed Oil. . i — ! 05 65 05 Hickory Wood Cord j 4 50 4 50 6 00 Oak Wood . . ' — ! 3 50 3 50 6 00 Egg Coal... i Ton i 3 75 4 00 4 60 Nut Coal ... — ! 2 60 8 00 8 50 Lump Coal. . — | 3 50 3 50 3 ' 66 Plaster .... | — ; 4 50 4 60 2 50

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

Major General Worth. H e notice with sincere regret, says Hie Philadelphia Daily Sun, the death of Major Genrn! Worth. He died al San Antonio on ihe 7th inst., from an attack of cholera. His ' c8t>rage and handsome person have, often 1 caused him, and not unjustly, to bocompar-| ed to the Roland of Napoleon's army, Mural. ' j Few American officers participated in as I many battles as Worth ; none, perhaps, in i such brilliant and numerous victories. Prom-1 nently distinguished in the war of 1812—j then " in that of Florida—then under Taylor at Monterey—and finally in the campaign against the city of Mexico, he ran a career 'alike fortunate and brilliant, and one in ! which glory and promotion followed hand in baud. But, alas! for the end of human ' glory. When the war is over, and the time \ hns come for him to repose on his laurels, j he is cut off by an ignoble disease, in a palirv frontier town. "Worth claims descent from one of the earliest Puritan settlers. He wa...

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

iumiTOivs ^ oTicia ntaCOSQg In the Orphan ' s Court t fLc-§V C% St high county. ^ V „*•'• ^'g In the ninttcrofihe 2d account StSSSOSS of Tobias Schmidt, Administrator of Henry Miesscmcr, deceased, late of Heidelberg township, Lehigh county. And now May 4, 1819, on petition, the Court appoint Jonas Haas, Samuel Camp, and John Saeger, Esq.,auditors toaudit nnd resettle said estate, make distribution and report lo the next slated Orphan's Court. From Ihe Records, Teste—}. D. LA WALL, Clerk. The Auditors above named, will meet the loth day of June next, al the house of Samuel Canip in NcwTripoly, al 10 o 'clock in the forenoon, where all those interested will please to attend.! JONAS HAAS, SAM. CAMP, JOHN SAEGER, May 31. H—3vi

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

w(a^it©3a The Society of the Unit-' ] cd Brethren for propa- In the Court of gating the Gospel among ComMoa. Plett the Heathens, Assignee >of Lehigh coun* of Philip II. Goepp ty, April Term vs. 1849. No 9-Peter Huher. J May 1,1849 on 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 Record*, NJawfijjfo, 3"e«/e-NATiiAN Millkr, Proth'y. 2KR»a(te The undersigned will meet the *Spsj£y. parties interested in the Hen* and ^ rS^ distribution aforesaid on Wednr.s-. day the Oth day of June nest, at his office i in Allentown, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. ! JAMES S. REESE. j May 24. —3w

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

MMOT3 JBD'Jll ««t.i.t.», I'1 f he Cowl of Common Pleas .? »8jjtj&. of Lehigh County, May term SfS» 181!>. iVo7ii ' ¦sW jIJjp In the matter of the account of ^ mt* Frederick Sigmund and Horatio Trexler, assignees of Hunter iy Miller, vs. John Gross. May 1, 1810, 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 parlies interested iu the liens and distribution aforesaid, on Tuesday the 5th of Juno next, ' at his office in Allenlown. II. C. LONGNECKER. May 24. If—lw

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

A. J. Scagrcaves, Veterinary Surgeon, (Or Farrier,) MKClIANlCSVII.I.t:, I.KIlItlll UO., l'A. M, Respectfully informs his friends 'mid the public iu general, that be has now permanently located shimsclfin Mechanicsville, South Whitehall township, Lehigh county, where he continues to treat all diseases of the Horse, wilh ihe greatest success. In ll:e diseases of Pole-Evil,Thistle, Spavin and Ring-bone, his motto is "No Cure, no Pay." He invites such who have diseased horses to give him a call, as he will always be in readiness lo attend, be il far or near, so lhal persons can rely upon being attended to punctually. May-:l I. " f—:5m

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

BriqaDc inspector's (Dfficc To Ihe Voters of Ihe Lehigh Brigade 7lh Iiivision,Pchn. Volunteers. Fellow Soldiers ! . ' Encouraged by a large number of my volunteer-friends, I oiler myself as a candidate for the office of - BRIGADE INSPECTOR nt ihe ensuing election. Should Pbe so fortunate as lo receive n majority of yotir votes, I will be most extremely lhaiikful, and endeavor to- perform the duties of the office wilh punctuality. HIRAM B. YAEQER May 17. t—to

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

3\ujouYi\cb Coiut In pursuance ofntt order of the President and Associate Judges of Lehi gh county, notice is hereby given that an adjourned Court will be held at the Court House, in ihe borough of Allentown, commencing on Thursday lho 8th day of June next, at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, for the trial of nil mailers nol requiring the intervention of a Jury. All parties interested are requested to attond. By order orthor""--". May 21. t—3w

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