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

Labcr Sating Machines. —There are thirteen planing machines in Cincinnati, which turn ont yearly six millions of feet of tongued and grooved boards for flooring. At a fair ostentation, it would require, the labor x>f, at least, one hundred diligent -and skillful carpenters, to produce the same remit in the same period of time, allowing the boards to average- in breadth six laches.

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

. Girari Co/lege—Joseph It Chandler, fU4-. was last week elected#reiid*U of iftfi Board of Directors of . the Garaul CoHrpe, aft d, Robert F. Irwin *«j elected pteQrci .

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

- Gleanings from the Moti- : Ef*It is the law ofTurkey, that all slaves shall be liberated after seVen.years service. Christians may take lessons of humanity and justice from Mabomedans< tyOol. Braxton Brags, the famous commander of artillery at the Battle of Buena Vista, was married in New Orleans on tke 7ih inst. to Miss Eliza B.Ellis. Third Factory The foundation for the third cotton factory in this city has been dug, and the workmen are busily employed in preparing the necessary material for the . jpeedy erection of the building.—Lancaster Intelligencer. E5*Population of Great Britain thirty millions, of the United Stales thirty million. —ET'-We-understand-there-are-three thousand five hundred applicants for places in the New: York Custom House. GP"A project is on foot for constructing a canal along the west bank of the Hudson river, from New-York to Albany! "' •' ¦f>&' :' Good.—"Papa, one of my school-fellowi'says his brother wears a mustache, wh...

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

¦ . . - * Death of Ex-Present J. K. Polk. rne eieventn rrestaent ol the United States is no more. Mr. Polk died on Friday night, the 15th of June, near Nashville, of a chronic diarrhoea, after a very short III—ness.- - President Harrison closed his career Within a month of the day of his entrance upon the duties of his office j President Polk, in about three months after his term had expired. Of eleven dt-Presidents, Messrs. Van Buren and Tvjif'nlone remain among us. Mr. Polk/Wasthe youngest man ever inaugurated as President; only 49 years and 4 months old when he took office. His connexions ' were members of the old Revolutionary party who had aided and favored independence before& duringthe Warof 1776. " James^Rnox-Pollrwas'boT^MrMecklen^" burgh County, North Carolina, November 2, 1795, and at tjie time of his disease was 53 years and 7 months old. His father is, we think, still alive—he was a farmer, and removed to Tennessee in 1806, when James K. Polk was in his ...

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

&il©£? »aD ©31©3B Shmiliiprs and Harris. ) April 5. t— J im. Notice is hereby given'^o all persons who are yet indebted in theubboks of the undersigned, for lumber oj'olher building timber, orin ^ bondsvJtpWtbr otherwise, are politely requested fortheldffi$jffie,tomake payment within four w^eeks fronrTthe present lime, if they wish to save costs. " *^" j Solomon Qan^ewer. June 21. . ' LU—4w A large supply of Shoulders and Hams, cured in Philadelphia, just received and Tor sale by Mertz & La.vdis. RESOLUTION -f Relative to an Amendment of the Constitution-Resilved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, That the Constitution of this Commonwealth be amended in the second section ofrthe fifth article, so that it shall read as follows : The Judges of the Supreme Court, oftne several Courts of Common Pleas, and ofjiuch other Courts of Record as are or shall bjs established b y law, shall ba elec...

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

fhe State Taxes To the Tax collectors and Tax payor* of Lehigh County. . A number of citizens of Lehigh county, having expressed a desire to pay their Stale taxes, during the month of July in order to secure the 5 per cent discount provided for by the several acts of assembly of thia^Gominonwealth, and in,order to-8u«ta4nUh^g?{ or and credit of the ' ito i^^|^p^romi8St^ era have resolved to autHonte the Collectors " to receive the Stato taxes, from all wishing to pay the same previous to the 27th July next; provided that they at the same time pay their County taxes, in order to meet the demands at home. -. "¦ The Collectors of the Townships of Upper Saucon, Saleburg, Hanover, North Whitehall, South Whitehall*: Heidelburg, Washington and Lynn, are. to meet the Treasurer in the Book Store of Blamer, Bush & Co., on the 27th day of loljr next, and those of the Borough of Allentown, Northampion, Weisenburg, Upper Macotigy, Lower Macungy, Upper Milford and Lowhill, on the 28...

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

& Large bnd Rich Stock of Carpets, For Fall Trade. The subscriber, in addition to his former stock, has just received, and has now in store, a large and rich assortment of New Styles English and American CARP'ETINCr, manufactured to order, and decidedly the handsomest goods in the market, all of which are offered for sale, on the most favorable terms. Country Merchants and Strangers visit-Philadelphia, who may be in want of Carpetn, are requested to look in and examine this stocll of desirable goods previous to purchasing elsewhere, as they willfind all goods sold to be as represented, andafcthe ^ lowest market prices. Js>^, . ^- ¦;i-:*---M The assortment, in pa^i Consist8 ~ o(: English Tapestry, " *- > English, and American Brussels, " i " •¦ Three-ply Imperial, ¦•• ¦• Super. Ingrains, j with low priced Carpetings. of all descriptions, Oil Cloih, Window..Shades, Rugs, Piano and Table Covers, Sfcjeep Skins, Siair Rods, Bindings, &c. '& Als...

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

New Gold Washer.—We were shown, says the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, the model of a new machine called the "Water Saving Gold Washer," invented by Mr. Michael English, of Lagro, Indiana, who is in this city superintending the construction of a quantity of machines at the establishment of Mr. Tyson in Vine Street. Mr. English's machine seems to be more simple and sensible than any that we have seen. It will weigh less than 20 pounds, but is at the same time made of such durable materials that it cannot readily get out of order. It is worthy the no-, fife .of persons going to the gold region. ~. r - California The ship Europe leaves this pojrt for San Francisco this day week. She takejMfit the "California Gold Mining Association ofrnTladelphia," numbering about sixty five, with several other passengers. A b^^K- of Cummudore Stockton goes out in^^HFrnpany, the officers of which are as follo^HlftE. Holland, ¦printer, formerly of the ^ No^ Bpneriean-andGazette office, President; J. ...

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

The otfliiiamoras « Trade of ^he Rio Grande. ^ Intelligent Deputy , ana .rrej. ItenToFthTslateTUbngres* ~df Tamaulipas. ' Benor Lo. Manchaca, has submitted a proposition to that body, topeu 'tion the General Government of J lexico, to enierinto negotiations with the American Government, in relation to the improvement of the navigation of the Rio Grande. Mr. John T, Hughes, a resident of the Upper Rio^Jrande, describes the fruitful valley of ElPaso " , in the most glowing colors. . "This settlement," he says, "extends from the fails of the Rio Grand on the north to the Presidio on the south, a distance of 22 miles, and is one continuous orchard and vineyard, embracing in its ample area and industrious population of at least 8,000. It is situated nearlyimdWay between SantaFeand Chihuahua; Its breadth Is about ten miles.. Ils chief productions, at present, are fruits and wines, the latter amounting to 200,000- gallons annually. From this cultivated point on the river, Mr. Hughes ...

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

Cheese Factories in Oh ^ io. C. C. Wick, Esq., has begun making cheese on a large scale al Ashtabula, Ohio. He commands, the product of 1,100 cows, owned in that and adjacent townships, and employs men and teams who every morning lake prescribed routes varying from five to ten miles each, and gather the •¦curds," which are neatly sacked by the dairiman and the brought to the factory, where the process of "chesse making" is completed. This furnishes employ for a large number of men and women, and by the aid of recent improvements and machinery much of the labor requisite is rendered light, more convenient and simple than the usual mode. He had a few days since about 3,000 cheese on hand, made within about thirly days, and for beauty and fine flavor they are not^o be excelled. The weight of "curds" daily received amount in the aggreate to some 3,600 lbs., and the number of cheese made daily about 75, varying, somewhat as regards size. They are put up in sacks and intended for th...

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

f^JFhe •MlentowW^- -«MALE' SEMINItp " Tmpinmrner session of-thw-inatftuiion commentg* on the firaL ^ da^^T^kx, and will continuVtwej[i^y>two weeks. ' • ': S$|«* Theprir|sp!r?Mrs. Elizabeth Young^- ingsecuredtheassistance of competent teacjbj ajsUjSonfidently hopes to render satisfaction BHrinvho may entrust their daughters to her ^^ie will be glad to have the parents of the pupils visit the school, and observe what progress is made by their children. Scholars entering after the commencement of the session will pay only from the time of their entrance. r . TESEUKS. For board, washing ' ijJSi'H'orsession $48 00 Tuition :—For those "under eight 6 00 " For those between 8& 12 10 00 ,l For those over twelve 12 00 Elizabeth Youno, Principal. June 21. U—6m

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

Gen- Taylor and Slavery. The Washington Union puts the inquiry direct to Ihe Republic—" In the event of the passage of a law containing the Wilmot Proviso, or any similar provision, will Gen. Taylor veto it, or will he approve ill" This query is unnecessary, if the Union has marked Gen. Taylor's posilion. If Congress should pass the Wilmot Proviso, or any similar provision, Gen. Taylor will sign it. If not, he violates the pledge given to the people. And again, if Congress should pass a law allowing slaver}' in New Mexico and California, he will sign lhat! He is bound not to oppose the wishes of the people, as expressed through their representatives. Neither the North nor the South can expect legislation from the President; but either' and both have a right lo expect that he will not oppose his veto to the action of Congress, on a question which the action of the government, since its establishment, has shown to be constitutional. '

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

iTo Storekeepers arid milliners. I have paid every attention to the selection of my wholesale assort moot, which consist amohg many other things,of the following articles, viz: . ¦•' - Suspenders, German pins, Spool thread, Sowing silk of all kinds, Shoe and Corset laces, all kinds of Buttons, the best quality needles, Pantaloon and Vest buckles, a large variety of Combs, Whalebone, Corset bones of extra finish, Cotton and Silk Hdkfs., Jewelry of every description. Perfumery, Cotton cord, a general assortment of Ribbons, imported Slates and slate pencils, which 1 have bought considerable ^ below market prices. £¦;&-His assortment is unequalled in Allentown, and will be kej&complete the entire t^rear, and orders catrbe promptly supplied [<A all times, to:.aay*$Kerit. %> ¦¦ . ¦: ¦ £-'' ¦ ¦ ' W.S.WEIL. ^June287 _ fc^; t— tf

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

GOOJDJTJEWSr BY THB ABRIVAL OF THE SteanasVii ^ "CanibTia. ^' William 8. Wbil, at his Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods and Fancy Store, 3d door below Hagenbuch's Hoiel, takes this method of informing his friends and customers, that he has just arrived from New York, with a splendid assortment of Fancy Dry^ Goods. *sm Although the Cholera is raging so?fiM| fully in New York, and the decease kjMBg merchants from going there to buyalf^Wffi sequence of which goods are ver||Bw ; yet it has not detained him from going there and therefore he has bought 20 per cent cheaper than ever. He is thankful for past favors, and hopes by moderate charges and ^ strict attention, to merit a continuance of their patronage. " W.S. ' WEIL. June 28. ,*. ' ±—tf

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

California Ships.—We hayVfnfolrmation from Valparaiso to April 3d,thatr the ship Grey Eagle, Power, and ihe barque Louisiana, Williams, from Philadelphia fdr-fB ' a ' n Fraucisco, had arrived there. The day of their arrival is not stated, but as the Grey Eagle went to sea from Philadelphia on theWvening of the 21st of January last, she hasjjUade the run in the exceedingly short perind-bf seventy-two days—probably in less. — • » Irftffe Fortune.—We have read a letter, from a passenger in the steamer Panama, which says: "J , have now a fellow passenger who has been one of the fortunate ones, without the trouble of digging gold. In the course pi sir months he has realized a fortune of four hundred and fifty thousand dollars by regular mercantile specula. lion, chief(y ia flour. He was at Valparaiso when food commanded almost any price at San Francisco. He shipped largely, and in some instances received sixty-three dollars per barrel."

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

Steel Beads. Just received lOOO-bunches Steel beads, at reduced prices. *£f ¦% W. S. WEIL. June 28. ^Sfe, t~~l{ Silk TirSiV Just received from N. YorfcatlO boxes shaded and plain Silk twist. . JE W&. WEIL. June 28. " ¦ # J—tf Steel Clasps/ Plain and Figured, RingsjjfTassele and Fringes, a large and splemnaassortment. ./ W. S. WEIL. '" June 28. 1 ; J—tf

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

Received per Ship " VVellington" from Europe. S|. 500 Violins of different manufactures and prices. jt 50 Dozen violin bows. . j -m 500 Rings of the best E. A.Ind D. Italian violin strings. £ 100 Doz. silver violin stringsw 20 . 0 Rings of the well known^Roman red end violin strings." ^i FLUTES.—A lot of extra Flutes from 75 cts. to 5,00. ~ *\ ¦ TOYS—A large lot of Frencluurtl "German Toys. . "• ' " , > ¦ -< W. 3. WEIL. June 28. - t—if

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

MAlfiRIED. on the lUth inst., by the Kef Mr. Miller Mr. Jf'illiam Briner, to Mies Mcttilda Jbach both of Alsace, On the 16th inst., by the Rev. Mr, Cox, Mr. Henry W. Gangwer, of Allentown, to Miss Susanna G.Hyberger, of Upper Mount Bethel. On the 20th of June by the Rev. Mr. Yeager Mr. Joseph Musselman to Mrs. Susanna Co/e, both of Allen township, Northampton County. On the 24th of June by the same Mr. Jamee Schneider of Hanover to Mrs. Elizabeth Lazatus , of South Whitehall.

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

A TtaBtoan Blacksmith, * ' _ mil isiiJssBy^^er*'gne ^ » residing near l^JjBHPj^fcdersville, Allen township, ""¦ aH^VHUpton county, wisher to engage^S^ooa^Krneyman Blacksmith, to ' 'dohrivy|Faj^^ttrk. A-young man of spber' and rndu^H»babMs, can hear of a rierman^ sltriB^KSy making immediate ifplitsatfcnto ""^^- ^_ " ' -; : M> '- 'JOSEPH LEBBH Jono^l. ' .-r^MJBBB' : . -.,rf t..,-. *—&*. ; -

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

J *"Ttl8toaei^gt^^ form his friends apCthe publMpfn geneTaU thatjia*-liaa taken tha well Jtnown Worman'»0pring, which will be opened on the 19th instant, with all kinds of refreshments &c. - IfcMESWILT. May It \t^ $—4w

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