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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Amos Ettinger, Tin and Copper Smith, IN ALLENTOWN. Takes this method to inform his old friendt and customc-is, that ho still continues the above bUSfciess at his "old stand," where lie lias now on hand

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

MMftifr^waa, ATTORNEY ABU COBS8BLL0B AT LAW '; ¦*,','.*.'" ¦ *..' ¦ „ ¦ ' - ¦¦ ¦ '- ¦ "X !£¦* .<¦;;-'' " ' May "be consulted,dp ' ippg^ Cfouri week and a f9)r,'dayjrjwH) ' reV^^ Eli Slecket, Innkeeper, ' in Ailentown ' . ' . , March ftsr ¦' —¦ » • ./ -' -"' " - ip~6w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

WANTED 1000 Cords of good Wood, in exchange for goods at the New York Store. KERN & SAMSON. June 7. H—tf. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

tain a humble post in the office of the/Here* accusatnces. Thi? office was the general depot for all thejists of ihe accused, of all the individual notes, of all the denunciations, of all thetarders for arrests, Which would serve as materials for proofs of pretexts to accusing parties ' for trials. One fine'morning the persons employed in this office, observed a new colleague who was veryfar froth resembling Mdlle. Lange. He styled himself James ; but he appeared so young and so little that his comrades immediately altered his cognomen lo Jimmy. The noxt day, upon the order of the representatives Couthonand Collot, a new clerk was received in the office of the arraigned, whom Jimmy saw with great regret ^ takehis J—8tatiornreaT_ lrimT"h"e " was a marTwho took good deal of pains to appear terrible '—an honest man whom you already know—the actor Labussiere. From this moment Labussiere and Jimmy divided with each other, but unknown to each other, tho honors and perils of a noble devo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Dr. Lambert's Leotures. Leading from the veins to the arteries, there are an infinite number of small blood . vessels called;from their resemblance to a hair, capillaries; and there is scarcely no part of the bo* dy which it punctered by a pin or needle, will not exhibit ibeir presence by a drop of blood. These vessels serve as communications between the veins and arteries. When any portion of the body bears a deep tinge of red, these vessels in that part are well filled; but when the skin is pallid,It is because the blond has retreated within the veins and arteries. — When a person is in good health these little tubes are kept full with their sanguine fluid; the skin appears fresh, more or less inclined to a reddish tinge ; the eyes are clear, and the circulation of the 6ystom is complete in all ita parts. The main object of hygeia or health is to preserve or restore this eqanimity of the system. Thus infiamation or congestion of the lunga, proceeds from the bood which should be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Publio Meeting. Pursuant to previous notice, the citizens met at the Court House, in Allentown, to adopt some measures lo testify their respect for the memory of His Excellency James K. Polk , Ex-President of the United States, whose untimely death has cast such a deep gloom over this nation. After the meeting was duly organized the following officers were appointed: Hon. SAM. A. BRIDGES, President. Henry C. Longnecky, Esq. Secretary On motion of John D. Stiles, Esq. a Committee of five were appointed by the chair, to report resolutions, expressive ol tho sense of this meeting. J. D. Stiles, Robert E. Wright. Chas. S. Bush, Charles Ihrie, Eli J. Saeger, were that committee. The Committee after retiring to their room for a short time returned and through their chairman Mr. Sides reported the following. Whereas it haih pleased Almighty God lo remove from our midst by death James K. Polk, Ex-President of ihe United States, and whereas it is becoming that wc should join in lamenti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

New Jersey Central Railroad. From the Easton Sentinel , we learn that the President and Chief Engineer of lh# New Jersey Central Railroad—which commences at Elizabethto wn and ends at Easton-with some of the Managers were at that place last week , they have examined the proposed routes from the White House to Easton. As.soon as the route will be definitely settled upon, which will be in a very short time; the road will be put under contract. The projectors of this road will not be content to stop here. They very well knew, that without aconnection with the great Anthracite Coal mines, their road with the transportation of passengers, and the Agricultural productions of the ,Beclion through which it runs, will not yield a sufficient revenue to make the slock a profitable one, consequently we can rest assured that the road from Easton via Allentown to the Lehigh and Schuylkill Coal regions, will be built, probably at no distant time. Sectional pride we trust, will lend us a help...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Eleotion of Judges, In another column ot to-days paper our readers will find the "resolution" of the late Legislature, providing for the eleotion of Judges by the people. As many of our readers may not be aware, how a ohange in the Constitution of Pennsylvania can be effected, we will briefly state: that, after the requisite notice of the proposed change is published; and the legislature next afterwards chosen, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each house, the same shall again be published, end the proposed amendment or amendments shall be submitted to the people in such manner and at least three months after being so agreed to by the two Houres, a* the legislature shall prescribe ; and if the people shall approve and ratify euch amendment or amendments shall become a part of the Constitution, but no amendments shall be submitted to the people oftener than once in five years: provided, that if more than one amendme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Death of Ex-President Polk. The Washington papers came to " ns . clothed id mourning, in honpXof the memory of the deceased Ex-President, ana1 the Republic, especially, pays a feeling and beautiful tribute, whloh while it does not depart from propriety, illustrates and expresses the benevolence of thought with which the dead should be regarded. The pasers also contain^announcements from the President and the different departments, of the manner in which the public cognizance of the event shall be had; The following is the order of the President: ' Gi«KBiLOBni»«,No 34.—Wii Dxpabtxibt; AnjuiUHT GixskalV Omci, Washington, June ' 19th, 1849.—I. The following orders of the Pres ident ol thVUnited'Slates and ~ Se1cretalyof"War communicate to the * Army the death of the late Ex-President Jakes K. Polk Wismso-roff, June 19, 1849. The President, with deep regret announces to1 the American People the death of Jakii K.Poic late President of the United 8tates, which occurred at Nashvill...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Important Decision- A very interesting and important case was decided in the Supreme Court on Monday lastl^bj which Judge Coulter delivered the opinion, -it was the case of Oliver vs. KaufTinan, brought np by writ of error fiom Cumberland county by the defendant below, against whom a verdict of {2000 was obtained for feeding a family of negro slaves, which were taken to his farm by another person, and in the night taking them away in his own wagon. The decision of the court below was reversed, and Judge Ooulier in the opinion, held, we understand, that the action at common law could not be maintained, that the State courts have no jurisdiction: but lhat the action should have been brought in Ihe Federal courts undeT ihe Acl of Congress. Stevens and Gaullagher for plaintiff In error, Biddle for defendant. Thin case has given rise to much litigation. Mr. KaufTinan is a very, respectable and wealthy farmer of Cumberland county. Some two years ago a family of slaves from Marylan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

California. The fallowing official documents from the Col. lector at San Francisco, which we copy from the Republic, furnish ihe number ofemigrants that arrived there between the 1st of October, 1848, and 31st March, 1849—a period of six months—In fureign and American vessels; also, the amount of gold exported, and the value of goods entered at ihe Custom-house, between ihe same periods. This statement does not embrace the numerous companies that have crossed ihe prairies, or gone by the Riu Grande and other routes through Mexico. The whole number of emigrants arrived by sea, within the six months, is 2,333. The amount of gold exported during the same period, {2,842,040. The amount of goods entered at the Customhouse, $1,089,801,85. Value of goods entered, at the port of San Francisco, California, from October 1st, 1948, to March31st 1649. " Dutiable. Goods, . { 3&8 . 28I 3Q Free Good*, . . 90,B30 6a Total, . . $1,089,801 85 Statement of gold dust exported from the por...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

The Glorious Fourth. Before we issue another paper, the glorious Fourth of July, the Anniversary of our National Independence, will be among the "things that were. The doings' of this day in 1776, has laid the foundation of our great and prosperous country, and is at present shaking the crown heada of Europe to their very centre. It has proven to the world, that governments based upon popular rights can be maintained. The Stores will be closed and business generally suspended.-The new Society of "United American Mechanics," will celebrate the day at "Worman'f. Spring.1 ' They will meet at the "Eagle Hotel" of Maj. Eli Steeled, at 10 o' clock in tho forenoon, proceed to their Lodge Room and clothe themselves in full regalia, and proceed in regular procession to the Spring, where a sump, tuous repast will be in readiness. Mr. D. A. Daly, of Philadelphia, and several other speakers will be present on the occasion. The sister council of ihe "United Daughters of America," will al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Our Borough. We are glad to see that our citizens are moving in the proper manner and with the right spirit in regard to the cleanlinecs and purification of our pleasant and flourishing Borough. They are acting on the wise maxim that an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure. During the last week a large number of our good people have been engaged in cleaning out cellars, alleys, back-yards, &c., and white-washing walls, fences and back-buildings ; all of whiob must have a most salutary effect upon the health of the community; and if citizens and honse-keepers generally would attend to the recommendations of our Borough authorities, we would be comparatively secure from the ravages of any epidemic that may exist in the country. Indeed cleanliness is the surest ' and best preventive, and the only cost is a little labor, which, in itself, would be of great benefit to persons who are not in the habit of injuring themselves at bard work. So far our citizens des...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Oregoni We have further advices from. Oregon, although the dates are no later. Precisely the came state of things as in California. Every thing is extremely high in price, labor being hig hest and very difficult to procure. The Oregonians who went to California were generilly, returning very rich, and it is also said that many of the California emigrants had bought land in Oregon, and were about to emigrate thither, as soon as they procured enough of the precious dust of the Sacramento valley. That extensive country is filling rapidly, and a government has been tranquilly organised, and is passing wholesome lawB for the welfare of the new territory. The Legislature has passed a law establishing a mint, a measure exclusively belonging to Congress, but will be considered aa recommendatory. That body also passed a law for recording land titles; an act to regulate the sale of ardent spirits among the Indiana; an act to prevent gaming; and sundry other wholesome laws. The Legislatu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

1 .'£*?* Writing on Newspapers. J ^ A newspaper, bearing the initials Of a friend^* was received at the past office, Syracuse, direct-1 ' ed to a young lady. The Postmaster, Mr, Teal!, demanded letter postage on it, which was refused and ont cent tendered, the ordinary newspaper postage, which was refused and the paper retained. A suit was instituted against the Postmaster for detaining the paper, and has been carried through all the courts to the Supreme Court of the United 8tates- The Star (of Syracust) says, lhat the Attorney General of ihe United States,, after examining the case, decided that the Slate,, courts bad no jurisdiction in ihe case I and thai Teall acted legally in charging letter postage on . the paper, and fully sustained the ground* taken by Teall 's council in the dilferent court*.. ; The. costs in this suit will probably amount tn.U least $400. The amount involved in the original die-, pule between the Postmaster and Mr- Kicks was. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

oi The Magnetic Telegraph. »v o nau me pleasure Decerning acquainted with Messrs. Goett and Yardley, who wero on a visi( m our Borough, for the purpose of soliciting subscriptions to the Philadelphia, Allentown and Wilkesbarre Telegraph Cmpany. We understand the gentlemen have visited Doylestown, Easton and Bethlehem, and thus far have been very successful in disposing of tho stock. They have left yesterday for Mauch Chunk, and Wilkesbarre. The amount of stock they calculated disposing of at Allentown, is S 4,000, and is nearly all taken, a few shares remaining to be sold. The books are placed into the hands of Col. Jonathan Cook, who will be happy to receive the additional subsciptions. We are now in a fair way of communicating to our readers tho news by "lightning speed." This is an important improvement and should be generally encouraged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

She Cdjiol) Register. Allentown, Pa. THURSDAY, IPSE 18, 1849. Circulation near aOQO. ty We call the attention of our readers lo the historical memoir of the French Revolution which appears in our paper this week; its interest Way probably be enhanced by the knowledge that all its incidents are strictly true.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

Pennsylvania Railroad—li is expccted.says the Daily 8un, that on the 30th of the ooming month the first locQjnotlvejjjjIJjlarj from Harrisburg, and pasajfirtne ~ %eitern end of the first section al Lewj»t6srn, a distance of sixty miles. The completion of the road to Hollidaysburg, in the spring will by means of the Portage, carry can to Johnstown, at the western base of the moui<tit| within seventy-four miles of the city of Pittsburgh- The western section, it u expected Will be put under contract this season, , ' ' 5* J Jfe ¦ -,ri i fttaV-tislX^ii, s. ' fa ->evS* £&*y$mL v „ ~ „> v ^qjt?.* .*.*>*Vjuarts*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 28 June 1849

EntigranU^TfaCZit iuatLywx that die tnigrants arriving Ad** at Ne» York, are of a very " aapariorjalaia. "The large fcimber of respaetable and educated jojng man itomXnglan&Injh land and ScoUanjT to be found in the boardjor bepses is really surprising. Most of them- are -preparing to go ' .West, "• ¦ . .!*"-•''" • - : ' ... ' v

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