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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

"" Frederick Bokleo, BELL-IliSCER, BRAND CUTTER AND LOCk-SMITI., In Mlentoivn. Respectfull y informs his friends and the public in general, that he still continues the above business in all its vorious branches, al his.stand, one door south of Dilllhger & Craiir ' s Dry Goods Store, in Allen street in the Borough of Allentown, where he will also manufacture to order all kinds of » . j scaJh^s pocSOTssM© for Druggists, Grocers, ASA and other branches, war' 1 U ( I rante ^ l0 De strictl y accu-•bJ « Jj^. wJ ratei finished in the most splendid fijariner. Healso maniffaclures all hinds of Lochs, Dopr-plates, Door-knockers, and every other article in his line. Repairing of Locks, Lamps, in Short every thing in Steel, Iron, Brass or Copper, can be repaired at the shortest notice ' and on the most reasonable terms. - .-. ' . Mr. BOhle.v trusts through ' piinctifoJ ^ at-i lendence to business and mdderi.te charges, he will be able 10 guih ft large shareof public patronage ' , - fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

DIED. On ' .he lUth in iUacungy township, Jefferson John Jacob Gagcnbach, aged about 8 months. At Bethlehem, Pa., on the 20th ult., of the croup, Isabel, youngest daughter of VV. K. and Catharine C. Iluffnagle, aged 1 year and 0 mouths. At Bethlehem, on the 15th ult., Mrs. Anna M., wife o f Charles Kalka, aged 74 years. At Bethlehem, on the 17ih ultima, Mfs. .Inna L., wife of Charles D. Bishop, in llie tiOlh year of her ago. At Philadel p hia-, on the 23ih ult., after a protracted illness, Mrs. Malona J/unsc, wife of Mr. Reuben Hanse, formerl y from Allentown, Lehigh counly. In this Borough, on Sunday last, the 28th of January, of-consumptioii, in the 27lh year of his age, William W. ICagner, of ihe firm of Wagner & Huber of this place. On the following Tuesday his remains were deposited in their resting place, followed b y a large concourse , of relatives and friends. The Rev. Messrs. Dubs, Schindel and German, officiating. The society of Odd Fellows, of which he was ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

Overland Route to California, Lieut. Colonel Morrison, of Colonel Stevenson's New York Regiment of Volunteers, g ives ihe following piece of advice to whom il may concern. We commend il 10 ihe particular attention of those who in some of the cities west are proposing to take the overland route to California. Caution to Emigrants.—I hope that those Who intend to emigrate b y land here, \Vill be careful lhat ihey are. not overtaken by storms, snows, or waul of provisions on their toilsome journey across 'the Rock y Mountains. 1 have seen those who starledtfrqm the boarders of the Missouri, hale and stalwart men, hobble down into the plains ol California, crippled for life. I have seen brothers who, in the madness'of hunger, have fought for ihe last bit of their father's dead body, having shared (he res-ltu their previous meals !—having been encompassed wilh snow on the topsof those dreadful mountains. Maidens who left their homes rejoicing iii tin- pride of youth and beauty, in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

PiMcSale On Thursday the 8th of February next, at 12 o'clock at noon, ni the Store of the undersigned at the.first Lock, on the Lehi gh carinl above the bridge, in Hanover township, Lehigh county, the following.personal property to wit: 'A __ _^3>, One Horse; onfi' e^**a, *3^v SfflH&Jk Sow, one cutting- i-A""^/ *^* $Be2§iLfetb°x > two hundred ee^l^ bundles ofslraw .tWobedsteads and bedding, a new cooking stove for wood and coal, chairs and benches, a number of empty barrels, lumps fur oil, fluid and camphine. LIKEWISE, After the above articles are disposed off, n general assortment ofStore Goods consisting bf calicoes, check's, ginghams, pantaloon stuffs-, flannels, handkerchiefs, and a number of violins, &c. The conditions will be made known on iheday of sale, and due attendance given by WILLIAM D. HITTER. Jan. 25. ^-2w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

A Ffafte Hoiise For Sale. jU jg W Anew and convenient one and a jfiYiSg half story frame ¦ itnBaL .. ... „ \"vm Dwelling House, situated in a pleasant part of the Borough ot Allentown. The House is 16 by 3^, on a „ lot 20 feet front b y S30 deep-Tho (erfli,s can be made very a 'ecbrhodat-. Ing, and the property will be sold very rea-. spnable. For particulars eriqtnYe «thi* Offcce* . . ' ., - J8.n,a& f-H«f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

.Sy®£?4(©jJr Notice is . hereby given that all claims due the estate of the late Samuel Sunk, dee'd. ton satisfied on or before the first day of April next, will be put in suit immediatelyafter that time. Circumstances imperative/ upon the administrators render this course necessary. JOHNRUNK.? - -. » ' '', C. M. RUNK, S MmmMtMort [. Jan. 25: . . -^-^4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

ENGLISH & GERMAN JOB PftlNTINti, Of every description, neatly exepuwdr^tthe Oflree »f the "Regrswr., "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

i?EAIKJKIEJ>. On the 21st inst., by Rev. C. G. Merman, Mr. Charles J. Wink, lately one of the editors of the "Gei.it der Zcit" to Miss Eliza Esscr, both of Kutztown.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

E^WMJTTEJb ! A Competitor'in Selling CHEAP Goods. It is admitted by all, that we have outstripped every house in "these diggins" in the way of selling cheap gootls. We now offer a reward of $1000 for the person that can be produced, within a scope of a days journey, who is able to sell as cheap as we do. Wagner & Huber, Have the pleasure of exhibiting the first arrival of Fall and If'inler Goods, which is much handsomer, larger and cheaper than any stock ever before opened in this place. Owing to the great decline of Goods in the eastern cities, they are selling mrtfny arjieles one fourth less than before. > y * F"» Come from the East, the If est, lhe°i\drth and the South, to the Emporium of great Bargains.'.'! "A penny saved is a penny earned." We are determined to sell more goods for the Same amount of money, lhan 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 thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

New Apothecary Store IN ALLENTOWN. Jr WILLIAM F. D1N0WSRY, Takes this method to inform his friends, and the public in general, that he now occupies his new building, a few doors east of Hagenbuch's Hotel, and has again opened a very large and splendid Apothecary and Drug Store-His building the public will remember is one door east of Merlz's Store, in Hamilton street inythe 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 lay in an entire new stock of «|B& DRUGS AND MEDICINES, yS3 all of which he can warrant to bo Ig&jL genuine, and of the best quality. All kinds of Medicinal preparations such as Balsam de Malta, Gold Tincture, Pills, Horse-powders &c. &c, pnl up in suitable forms for the convenience of his customers. He also keeps an assortment of Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Paint Oi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

JOHN T. MATCHETT Tailr in Allentown. Most respectfully informs his friends and his old customers in general, thnt he has established himself on the south side of Hamilton street, a few doors below Pretz, Kern & Co's slore, and will at all times be ready to make gentlemen's garments after the latest London, Paris, New York and Philadel p hia styles. He pledges himself to give entire satisfaction to those who may favor him wilh their patronage, and at ihe same time desires to present his acknowledgments for past favors and solicits a continuance of the same. November 2. U—(iw Hiram ° BrobSt, "D entist in iWYentown. -£-s=k Respectfully informs his friends iljgjgjand tho public in general, that he still continues the practice of his profession in all its various branches, such as filing, cleaning, plugging and inserting from a sing le tooth to a full set, on moderate terms. His office is in the second story, above the Slore of Grim & Reninger, on the Northwest corn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

New Goods! New Goods Pretz, Kern &. Co, Have just returned from Philadelphia and New York with a large and splendid assortment of Dry Goods, suitable for the season —consisting in part of Cloths,v Cnss|iucrs, Sattinews, Vesting*, Velvets, Checki, Mous de Lains, Bombazines, Alpacas, plain and Satin striped Cashmeres, Brocha, Terkire, Thibit Merino and oiher Shawls. Also—Lnces, Ribbons, Gloves, Carpets, Hose, &o. ccc. Groceriva. W"" ' " ™^5^1 other Coffees, Su-SSSfisSBES gars,Tens,Chocolnte,Spices,Molasses, common nnd refined Sperm Oil, Indigo, Madder, Alum, Dye-stuffs, &c..all of which will be sold in large and smallquantities to suit purchasers. As it is the intention to change the firm the coming spring, they mean to reduce their stock, and in order to do so they will sell their goods at very reduced prices. Pketz, Kkkn & Co. . October 2(5. " If—4w Stone coal) Plaster and Salt. 1500 Tons of Stone Coal of various kinds. SO Tons of Plaster. 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

gEia* DRY GOODSv ^^^j and Earthenware, all of which they will dispose of at the very lowest prices ^ er exchange them for country produce. / They will sell all kinds of woolen Clothes, at least $1 cheaper per yard,\han before, Satinetts, 35 cents, Calicoes t$ cents per yard, white red and yellow Flannels, 12a cents per yard, handsome "fine Ginghams and Muslin de Laines at/I2j cents per yard, other goods ^ comparatiyely cheap. The have both been in the) mercantile business fon a number of years, and are fully -satisfied Chat tlieyUave selected- a slock ol goods as cheapen not cheaper than ever before offered in Allentown, and are determined to sell them at a very small advance. They hope therefore lhat through strict attention to their business, ihey will be able to draw a large share of public patronage for which they will ever be thankful. Mkutz & Lankks. Nov. 10. ' U—-2m JLook. Metre J All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for goods, such as Clover seed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

•VfiW Boot, Shoe and Hat Store The undersigned have just opened a New Boot, Shoe, Hat and Variety Store, in the well known stand, formerly occupied by Ludwig Schmidt's Drug Store, Allentown. Their stock comprises every variety of Boots ¦and Shoes for the present and approaching, season, viz: Men's and Boys' Thick, Kip and Calf Boots, Bools and Shoes, Ladies' Morocco, Kid and Leather bools and shoes of every variety, superior Gaiter and half Gaiters, together wilh an extensive assortment of Gum shoes for men, women and children ; children's shoes and gaiters of every variety, Trunks, &c. Also a larger and more fashionable stockK of Hats and Caps than was ever exhibited in Allentown. Extra Moleskin Silk and BeaVer hats of Fall and Winter style, got up in the most exquisite manner; also Fur, Brush and Wool hats of every description. A large and benulifnl assortment of Cloth, Plush, Glazed and Vel-J* t Caps, Umbrellas, Camphine, Fluid and Lard Lamps, Stockings,Gloves, &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

0\& Sar^ ex n t\ie¥ic\ ^ )Y£W HAT & CAP STOKE Hiram B. Jfcagcr, Takes this method to inform his old friends and the public in general, that he has taken a room in the new three story brick building, of Mr. Daniel Keiper, in Hamilton street, in the Borough of Allentown, a few doors west of Weiss's Watch and Jewelry Store, where he has opened the new PHILADELPHIA HAT STOREHe has-just received, a very large assortment of Beaver, Castor, and other- ' Fur Hals, ALSO, a beautiful assortment of fashionable Silk Hats, Caps,&c„ of all sizes, prices and qualities. He flatters himself to say that he will stand good for his Hats, {hat they will not only retain the color but that they cannot in point of durability be excelled. • Mr. Yaeger trusts lhat through punctual attendance to his business, and reasonable prices, he will be able to obtain a liberal share of patronage, for which he will ever be thankful. Dec. 7. H—Cm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

KOGER BROWN'S WINE & LIQUOR STORE, NO. »S3 MARKET STREET, Between Ei ghth nnd Ninth Strs, North side. Philadelphia. All kinds of Foreign Wines and Liquors such as— i fgffi&i Ulu Uognac Brandies, Dark agGEjfiBOBand Pale, Holland Gin, Ja-10 ^felilrj^^5^,nn 'ca ^i > 'r 'ts ' lrlsnand Scotch ======£— 3 .\Ialt Whiskey, of the.very finest quality. WINES. —Such as Madeira, Port, Sherry, Teheriffe, Sweet Malaga, Muscat, Clnret and Champagne, very choice and old. Also, Manufacturer of Domestic Distilled Brandy and Gin, Pure Spirits, Deoderized Alchohol, Peach Brandy, Lavender Brandy, Wild Cherry Brandy, and Fine Cordials, Raspberry Brandy, New England Rum, &c, &c, also a large supply of fine Old Monongahela Whiskey on hand. The above Liquors will be sold at the very lowest prices. Country Merchants nnd Tavern Keepers, will do well to give the undersigned acail before purchasingelsewhere, and examine the Liquors, which he vouches, will bear the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

REMOVALS. JOS^ra WBkYEtt Lumber Merchant in Allentown. Respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, th^t he has lately removed his Lumber-Yard to ihe south side of Hamilton street, near Weaver's Hotel. He has lately received a very large supply of all kinds of Boards and building timber, comprising over 600,000 Feet, Such as Yellow and White Pine, Floring boards, Poplar boards, Scantling, Joists and Planks, Mapel boards and Planks, Rafters, Ash Planks, Laths,. Ladder trees, besides all kinds of other Boards, Scantling, Posts, Lath and Shindies, all of which he will sell at 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 extreme low prices will be the means ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

DOCTOR YOURSELF For »5 Cents BY MEANS OF THE POCKET ESCULAPIUS, or every one his own physician! twentieth edition, with upwards of a hundred engravings, showing private discuses in every shape and form, and malformations of the generative system, By W. YOUNG, M.D. T.he time has now arrived, that persons suffering from secret disease, need no more become the victim of quackery, ns by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, und with one tenth the usual expense. In addition to the general routine of private disease, it fully explains the cause of manhood's early decline, with observations on marriage—besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints. CfAny person sending ¦ twenty-five cents enclosed in a lettor, will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent for one dollar. Address, "DR. W. YOUNG, No. 15...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

Henry C. Longnecker, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Has resumed the practice-of his profession in -Lehigh nnd the adjoining counties. His office is in the residence of the late Hon. Jon W. Hornbeck, in Hamilton street, Borough of Allentown. January 11. II—Om Cui*e fan? t\\c Toot\\ac\ve. Persons who are troubled with this painful disease, can procure a positive remedy from the undersigned, at a very moderate price. It also possesses the quality of preserving the teeth from further decay. Such therefore who are troubled with the toothache, will know where to find n cure for it. DANIEL KEIPER. The undersigned citizens of Allentown, have used the Tooth Ache Drops of Daniel Keiper, and can recommend them as an effectual remedy for the painful disease. J. W. Mickly, William Burger, Geo. Kerber, Jeremiah Schnobel, Sarah Massey, Henry Hardner, Dan. Zacharias, Hiram Beers, Robert Kramer, Peter Diehl, Henry Schwartz, ' E- Gangwere, W. T. Derr, G. A. Gangwere, November 0. f—3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 1 February 1849

Mrs. Matilda Heckman Respectfully informs the citizens of Allentown, that she has again established herself opposite the Academy, where she will always keep on hand Fresh Bread, Pound, notation §• all other kind of Cakes. She . will also bake and make up Bread and Pies to order, and hopes lhat a feeling community will extend to her their former patronage. Allentown, June 27, 1848. U—3w LANGENHEIM'S Dagncrreotype Establishment, Exchange, Third Story, Phil. The Hon. HENRY CLAY visiting this Establishment for the purpose of having a Daguerreotype taken, expressed flattering opinions on this favorite place of the "beauty and fashion" of Philadelphia, and vast numbers of strangers resort to it to procure a really good Daguerreotype. The Proprietors will make every exertion to extend the long established fame of this well known Establishment. Family Groupes, Groupes of Children, and single Portraits of all sizes are executed equally well. Philadelphia April, 25. U—ly

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