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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

^ , ¦ -^-^T^TMKIJJI-J..JL^ =^'^-....mi^^— ¦ ¦ ¦ .m New is Voiir Time to Buy Cheap. Iron ;uid S! ii'dwHi'c, | | | IZni'ltor & ^"o»n^, Respecllull.y inform tli"ir friends nnd the pnhiic ^ iii general..that the, ' , are determined losell llitHr I'nrgi*.-'lock tif Iron just received comprising,amoii'' others I S© 7'oiii Englii'i Iron, such as Square and Rriuiill. All sizes of Wuggon-tire, which will h.-jsold at 2.J cents a piiiind, and for Cash at '.{ cents. Ilaiumered at -1 cents, :u<d all sizii American roll-.dd-verv cheap. \ £."S ' l5lnck*nil!{ Anvils. iS the best l.itid and woSranted, al II! cents a pound. A lot lirllorso N-iil Ri.ds, the best in the United States, uiii't'iited. i Alj. ^ O—Ci'st, S(i "ir, Biistir and Spring Steel, will be sold B' I'xtraoi'i'limrv low prices, "together wuh i. very extrusive asKijrl' *A»^iffe!Sj i ."'""' ¦*¦ \lt&£k&_ I] A R D \\ A R E, j Saddlery, CoaclrTrjiiiiiiugs, Ac; Mechanics Tools, such as I'lanes, Saws, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

—~~— w ~ ¦ ' |)n«0 Current. AliTWLES. | Per Allent.Easton Thildd Flour..... Barrel 5 50 5 501 6 50 ' Wheat .... Bush. 1 00 1 05 1 20 Rye — «5 65 7© Corn — 50 05 66 Oats j— 25 30 35 Buckwheat. . ~ ,40 40 8ft Flaxseed ... — 1 25 1 30 I 40-Cloverseed . . — 3 25 4 00 4 00 Timothy»eed . — 2 00 2 75 2 60 Potatoes . . '. — 30 35 65 Salt...... — 50 45 40 Butter .... Pound T6 12 IS Lard «| t- 9 10-9 .Tallow .... — 9 9 8 Beeswax . . . — 25 - 2S 27 Ham — 9 8j 10 Flitch . . . , | —- 7 6. 6 Tow-ynrn. . • . ; — ' . 8 8 8 Eggs .... . . I Doz. 18 10 15 Rye Whiskey ; Gall. 25 ' 25 28 Apple Whiskey . — 20 25 28 Linseed Oil. . — 05 ' 65 65 Hickory Wood Cord 4 5o! 4 50 0 00 Oak Wood . . — ' 3 50 3 50 5 00 Egg Coal. . . Ton 3 75 4 00 4 50 Nut'Coal ... — 2 50 3 00 3 50 Lump Coal. . j — 3 50 2 50 2 65 Plaster ¦ . . . ' — 4 .50 4 50 2 50 t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

, n' M^\YEx». ,:J '"" On the 3d of December, by the Rev. H. A. Schultz, in Bethlehem, Mr. Jacob Kem-BJf?-cr,nf East Allen township, to Miss Elizabeth Voting, of Hanover township, Northampton counly. On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Dubs, Rev. Samuel Lcith, of Lower Saucort . to Miss Sarah Gross, of Allenluwn. On the same evening, by the same, Mr. Emanuel J. Jirelc, to Miss Maria Ginkingcr, both of All-iitown. On the lOlh of DocembeK bv the Rev. WmrB-rKemmerer, .\f>. Pet\' ll' eihcl; to Mi.'S lluckel liricn, both of Hilhown, Bucks county. l IIi3Eii i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

HBMOIMLL. 30ST&TJH iWTBftVEil, Lnmller Merchant In Allentown* Respectfully informs his friends and the public in general,that he has lately removed his Lumber-Yard to the south side of Hamilton street, near Weaver's Hotel. He lias lately received a very large supply pf all kinds of Boards and building timber, comprising over 600,000 Feet, Such as Yellow and White Pine, Floring boards, Popl»r boards, Scantling, Joists and Flanks, Mapel boards and Planks, Rafters, Ash Planka, Laths, Ladder trees, besides till kinds of other Boards, Scantling, Posts, Lath and Shindies, all of which he will sell -al very reduced prices,. .—--Farmers, Carpenters and Builders, who •have occasion to use the different sorts of 'timber he has for sale, will do well to give him a call before they purchase elsewhere, as he is willing to have his stock examined without charge. He returns his sincere thanks -for the many favours he has heretofore ' received, and feels confident that his extremis, l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

^—— i * mim wi iiUii'Mi , ![' ' ' ' ' ' Incorporated 1814, R. C. CHANDLER,,A. B. Principal. Mr.E.Foote Assoelate,MaleDcp. ondProf. of Frentji. Mrs. J. 0. E. Blyflenbnrg, Female Dep^ . " The next term (of 11 weeks) of this in- stitution commences on Monday November the 27th. STUDIES The branches taught include all those of a good English education together wilh the modern and ancient Lnnguages, Vocal and Instrumental music, Surveying, Book-keep^ ing, &c. Particular attention is paid to the study of the English Language, as a Lan- guage, as well as to Vocal music and Decla- mation, branches, too often overlooked in mostschools. _ .._ Boarding Scholars. The Princip al would like to receive five pupils, into his family to whose comfort and improvement, his undivided attention will be directed. r, -^BRMS. 836 per term will meet every necessary expense excepting Books and Tuition : The price of the latter in the English studies varies from three to five dollars per session, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

New Apothecary Stoife . ¦ i( , ' ' ' .. •: IN ALLENTOWN. j Dr.WIIAMF. DA HOWSIY, "! Takes this method'to inform his friends, and' the public in general, that he now occupies his new building, a few doors easl 'of Hagenbuch's Hotel, and has again opened a very large and splendid Apothecary and Drag Store-His building the public will remember is one door east of Mertz's Store, in, Hamilton street in the»Borough of Allentown. - As the whole of his stock of Drugs, Medicines and Fixtures, besides House and-Furniture, have been destroyed by the devouring elements on the -1st of June last—made it necessary for him to la y in an entirs new •stock of S DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of which he can warrant to be genuine, and of the best quality. ¦ All kinds of Medicinal preparations such as Balsam de Malta, Gold Tincture, Pills, Horse-powders &c. &c, put up in suitable forms for the convenience .of his customers. He also keeps an assortment of Surgical Instruments,-Truis" es,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

1¦\- Josepfi^eiss |^ filock P, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Nhct door to the .Store, of Messrs. Yeager land WetSner, in Hamilton street, in \.f the Borough of Allentown. V TO THEPVBLIC. • fae undersigned respectfully informs his • old customers and the public in general, that. he tin lately moved into his new house, and has jfcst returned from New York, with a verj Irge and well selected stock of 4q gold and simer watches. 8K5L - ^^ 8 day and 24 hour #^Im? clock) — If I u JHr an ^ a ^ u " assortment o . fifirvtMSjralpa '""JewelfyT It comprises * V»U-ri >graBSW'* among other the following artklis: Gold and Silver LeverSj Anker Levers.llpines, English, French and Swiss watches.Gold, Silve/and Steel Spectacles, for all asl^ ilver Combs, Gold Breast-pins,! Ear-ringiJJfl.iingerrings, Gold pens, Gold j and Sil<#|pencils„ Silver Tea' and Table- 1 spoons, aij jj large varieiy of articles in his | line of btiiiess. " He has also on hand a large assqir^ent of Clocks, Violins an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

•' . x ¦ ' ii - . — New Goods! New Goods! Pretz, Kern Sc Co, Have just returned from Philadelphia and New York with a large and splendid assort* ment of Dry Goods, suitable for the season —consisting in part of Cloths, Cassimert, Snttineus, Ve3tings, Velvets, Checki, Mous de Lains, Bombazines,Alpacas,plni-innd Satin striped Cashmeres, Brochn, Terkire, Thibit Merino and other Shawls. I Also—Lac^s, Ribbons, Gloves, Carpets, | Hose, &c. i&c. i Groceries* — j gars,TeasXhocolat«fS pic/sTMolnsses^bpmmon and reflW-SpeHrrOil, Indigo, Madder, j Alum, Dy^ftuffs, &c.: all of which wifTbtTj sold in large and small quantities to suit pur- j chasers. ' I As it is thff intention to change the firm the coming spnhgf - lhey^ mean ' to reduce,,1 their stock, and in order to do so ihey will \ sell their goods at very reduced prices. I PRETZ,.KERS.il^rCo. I October 26. ' '¦H-7 -4w Stone coal, Plaster and Salt. 1500 Tons of Stone Coal of various-kinds. 50 Tons of Plaster. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

" Bank.Nitc CistT^ ~ - -JL (Corrected Weeklyfrom ' BiclmeW^VanCourt'tand U 'Thompson's Detector.) m Bk of Ji America ¦ par. Mechanics bank of 1 Bk of Hennsylv. par! Newark J # Dank oJComme.-ce I Mechanics bank at / late MoVamehsine; par! Burlington pa/r Bk of N H.ibErties Jiar! Mechanics & Man- f . Bk of PeVnTowns , pari ufacturers bank pa. r l ^ Farmers KMechan.p.ir' Newark banking * I Kensin^iii par i Ins. Company / £ ' Manuf. AMechan par J Hew Hope & Dela- I ftleclianici par' ware Br. Comp. fa/l«d Girard I par i OJ"ange bank / 4 Philadelphia par ¦ Peoples banlir - t | Schuylkill I par I Plaiiriield banft^J' 50 Southwarln par Princeton bank J par ¦Wfesjern \ par Salem banking Cfo. par UomrhercialBank ¦ Slate bank at£lilzaof'Hennsyi?. par bethWwn.NewJirk, Bkftf the ii'ttates «5; CamdajKlV.Brifms-CoeNTnr ttxKs. ¦¦ • ! wick, Moiristciwn .par BkofChambisburg 1 • fttssex ban (r , Bk of Gettysburg 1 ' " n,on b ™V, i> Bk-ofPittsburk " i I Xre1 ^TnI f: ??• Par...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

-mil v^ii|pi7mafiA;; Cheap HataidSpSioreV- "- ! | Hamilton Street niarly opposite Weiss (^ Hotel, Allentown. Jacqb D. Boas, ¦^' ¦¦ . ; • ¦ ;;•£ ' : ' •Takes this method to inform hfsfJrSitndaV.': ' v and customers, that he still contimieB-'th /B ' * - '^. Hatmaking and Gap ' business, arip. .kfeepi/iX'- " constantly on hand, a large assortment.i>i' * » . the ntbst fashionable, |('¦ i: 4 -. ' Beaver, Nutre, Brush, Russia, Siftc'ani,' y. Napped Hats, which he will sell £*• ' ¦ '¦-•-" ,the lowest prices. Also—a large assortment of Mens, Boys and Childrcns l?apjt,at ' _ very teducTdprices. ' ^ He is likewise^prepared-to ^manufacture-.- — to order Hats at the shortest possible notice.. Thankful for past favors he hopes to en-.-joy a continuance of patronage, ns he feel?) confident that his Hats, fully recommend themselves. L?"Sucli who are indebted to him for some; length of time, will please recollect, that their accounts should be promptly sett-.. . * led, and it is expect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

j^f— . s- iili9ceUaneou0 Scicijions. Afraid lo go in the LadicsvSaloouT ' Two young country cnaos^laful) came on a visit toiVw } oik, ami u%imig to display their gulluntry to the gals, they invited a Wliuie bevy—aix in number—o go to Waller's, in bioadwuy, lor some i<e creum. lY was rattier an uncomfortable | arty lor two young men to nmnuye uhassis m. Nature never nili-nueil thai one man uioula bvuu mute tiiun otic Woman . hi- iiijj get along with iWu—roni uii eucn titui illiut i\ heu it comes to three, it is enough id terrify the strongest nerves. However, oilttwo coun-I try jiUuuisia inaiiugcil to gel uliig. They ; soon ivuct.eu tin- .-,aiooii Willi linr liall-u-1 dozen lau ones; and iliu girlslivuii were I "up to the ropes, *' tripped ' gtilully up i stairs. The beaux, in obedience tan uskunl , glance from those behind lite cuujer .siopp-¦ ed to order cream, and were ciioiderably ! pUZZteU lochoote between leiliunkd vantliU I—the great slupk-ol all ice creail establ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

A Competitor in Selling CHEAP Goods. It is admitted by all, lhat we have outstripped every house in "these diggins" in the way of selling cheap goods. We now ofleru reward of $ 1,000 for the person thai can be produced, within a scope of a days journey, who is able to sell as cheap as we do. iVagner & Ruber, Have the pleasure of exhibiting ihe first arrival of Fall and If inter Goods, which is much handsomer, larger and cheaper than any slock ever before opened in this place. Owing to the great decline of Goods in the eastern cilies. lhey are selling many articles one fourth less than before. C' oHie from the East, the IF est, the North and the South, to the Emporium of great Bargains !. '! "A p enny saved is a penny earned." We are determined to sell more goods for the same amount of money, than any other establishment in town. Should any doubt the fact, we invite . them to call, and if they do not find things, as stated, we will pay them their lost time, and let them slo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

NEW iRRlVAL OF 'Hardware. * . ¦ „ The undersigned have just re-^^^S p turned from Philadelphia with a ^ ¦lEBlarge assortment of Hardware, Cutlery and Saddlery, with Cotich-trimings and Shoe-findings, all of which will be sold at reduced prices at ' the Store of ¦ O. & J. SAEGER. • __ y IRON.—A good lot of Hammered and Rolled Iron, Sheet Iron, American and English Band Iron, Hoop Iron; Cnstand Shear , Steel, square, flat and round, just received with Anvils and Vices, nti "d for sale cheap nt the Store of O. & J. SAEGER. GLASS.—150 boxes Glass of all sines, for sale by O. & J. SAEGER. .WHITE LEAD.—1 ton of White Le& j just received, Pure and Extra, and for sine by Q.& J. SAEGER. ^ NAILS.—200 Kegs of the best Noi Is, Brads and Spikes, just received, and or 'sale by O. & J. SAEGER.) . COACH-TRIMMINGS.-A good ass6rt> inent of Coach-Trimmings just received,«r"i for sale by O. & J. SAEGERV ^ SHOE'PINDINGS.—A large assortment...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

-»» ¦• ¦• Moral Instruction. iviy jaea ol trie true method of moral instruction in a school is to secure, first, a mad of virtuous life and of sound and well rea^ soried principles for a teacher. His school should be a model of order, his requisitions all reasonable and commended-, by clear and weighty considerations, to the understanding and conscience of his pupil. A very short and simple prayer, or if the teacher does' hot'feel authorized to lead in,p^ayer7a*pOT' rffbn-of scriptures read either b y hrmselfo?- ihUschool, should open the exercises of the dayN^ In the course of the day, s .omo ' vice ot virtue, some principle of action, should be defined, und treated in few words, but so as lo fix attention and awaken thought in the membeis of the school. And above all, ' $houid there be in the person of the master' himself, an example of the precepts he enjoins, and a hearty, earnest interest in the promotion of virtue, a sincere delight in no-: bta character, a real passion ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

i I ....... ( Jreat Bargains to (he Ladies. We politel y. invite the Ladies of Allentown and ihe surrounding country, to call at the Philadelphia Store und examine their splendid slock of. Dress Goods. Cloukings, Shawls, Gloves, Fringes, Collars, &c. 101) pieces fine prints at 6j fast colors. 50 do. extra quality, from eight to ten cents, worth from 10 to 12. 30 do. plain Mouslin de Lttins, Modes Drab and Fawn colors , at 18J. 30 do. superfine "Vhibet Clothes for cloalt^frorn 25 lo 50 Cents. 20 do. Black^jjtpdes, siriped Alpacca from 12d to 50 cents a yard. Bargains in, Sliuivls. 1 Box 2 dozen Terkere Shawls from 4 to 87,50 measuring from 9 to 12 quarters. >i 1 Carton 2 dozen black Thibet Shawls, with sf|k fringes, 9 qunrters, at $4.25. 1 Carton, 2 dozen 12 quarter Shawls, worth 35,50 at $5,00. 2 dozen 16 quarter fancy Woolen Shawls, extra cheap. 10 pieces fancy dress silks from 50 cents 81,00 ii yard. 10 pieces 5-8, 8-4 and 4-4, black and blue black from 50 cts...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

The California Emigrant- Tunb— " UU. ' Suioniia/tJ" I come Innn Salt.ni city, With my wash-bowl on my kuee; *I'm guing to California, The gold dust lor lo see. It rained all nighwhe day I left, The weather it was dry. The sun so hoi I froze lo death—Oh 1 brothers .' duu'i you ciy; Oh ! Oai norma ! Thai's the laud for me! I'm going to Sacramento, With my wash-buwt ou my knee! I jumped aboard the 'Liza ship, An' travelled on ihe sea, And every iiine 1 thought ot home, I wished it wasn't me ! The vessel reared like any horse That had ui oats u wealth; It found it couul'ui throw me, so 1 thought I'll on. if injsirli! i thought ol ao nYe ji.e.isdiit nines We've had togeuiet' ueie, 1 t ' lwu^ttl I oil l<> ci . i' a oil, Uat couldn't ltud u lear . The pilot bread was in my mouth, The gold dust in my eye, And uiougn I'm gomjj lar away, Deal brothers, didn 't you cry ! I soon shall be in Ftaucisco, Anil then I'll look all 'round, And when I see the gold lumps there, I'll ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

"EI Ddrado. " The New York Day Book gives the fol J lowing as the ori gin of this term:— " The early Spanish exp lorers of Sout h America brought back, among other wonderful tales, a story of a country in the ' interior of Guinea, where gold was said to be so plenty that the onl y dress of the king was a thick layer of'the precious metal—-a real 'body coat' —'skin tight,' put on without measuring, orculting,or stitching—but thus i His majesty's naked carcass was carefully smeared, every morning, with an unctuous substance, and was then heavily powdered with gold dust until no more would stick to it; and he was then in full dress, making a very brilliant and dazzling appearance when the sun shone upon the sparkling sur face. This (as the story goes) was all scraped off every night, and thrown away as ' 'ofo cloths,' not being valued where there was so much gold that was'nt at all greasy. This distinguished personage and'eminently shining character' was properly called by the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Groceries •$* Queenstcare-^^^S GROCERIES. jBB nt 10 cent.- u pound, and as low as (ij cents. Si/tvn*. Tens, nnd ull other kinds of Groceries they will sell cheaper than ever before i<ilfe>t 'd in litis p ace. I Buitt-r. Etriis, Lanl. and all other kinds of country produce, wiil be taken in exchange for which the highest price will be paid. WAGNER & HUBER. Dec. 21. 1—4w Take JVotice! Important to Country Merchants—received and for sale at the Philadel p hia store, 20 hhds. New.Orleans Sugar. 20 barrels splendid quality Sugar, Vs which will be sold by the hogshead or barrel at Philadelphia prices. Yeaoer & Weidner., Nov. 30. H-=4w Four Horsfc Wagon For Sale , A heavy four Bdrse - . Wagon, nearly new only used for about two! Weeks, is offered foi sale, and can be bottghi i^, ft bargain. For further information apply1 rit the office of the "Lehigh Register." ¦• v'ftoV.5. ' f-tfw '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

poetical Department. Another Year. . Another Year, another year, Ol who shall see another year 1 —Shalt thou, old man of hoary head, Of eye-sight dim, and feeble tread t ¦ Expect it not! Time, pain, and grief, Have made lbee like an autumn leaf, -" Keady,"b y^ Wast or self-decay. From its slifHu hold in drop away—AtukSuiue^sittf morn may aild thy bier - Long, l'»ng bofire atmiher year! Another3'ear. iftii'ther year. O ! who shall se<' anoihrr year ? —Shall you,ye young1 or yu ye fair? Ah ! the presumptuous thought inriiear! Within this ehuruli-yard's peaceful biKinds—Clune, pause and ponder o'er (he mounds ! Here beauty sli—|i*—that veiilai.i length Ol ' ftruve cool.oils what once was strength,— The child—the buy—the man are here i Ye may not see another yiar! Another year, an< ilier year, " O ! who shall see another year 1 —Shall I, whose burning thirst of fame No earthly power can quench or tame 1 Alas ! that burning thirst may soon Be o'er, and all beneath the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

jeri is tne True Friendship. . mpa inoiiusiup most sensauve of all affections; the first doubt—the first neglept—the first seeking of another for that sympathy which we thought it our owa special privilege to give—these are moments which burn their traces on the heart, and leave a scar, which though it may possess the dubious advantage of callousness to future impressions, inflicts agony ere its hardness. And to such wounds •friendship is especisrttyliable. Love confers an equality " , whether r\alor imaginary; there is a bat ance onsehngVits v jgry essence isr reciprocated. But friendships are for the most part u»eQ»»l . existing between- persons whose chauffers are dissfcuilar, either fundamentally or in the aspect they present to each other. The keen tenderness, the watchf jil reverence, the fear, the passion, are not equally divided, and much must he suffer iu whom they predominate; much must he forbear, Jong must he/persevere, ere the7 boud of full and pe^ fecV confidence...

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