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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

LEE & WALKER SUCCESSORS TO GEO. WILLIO, HAVE removed their stock of Music and Musical Instruments, to the new and ' spac ious store in Swaim's Building, No. 108 Chestnut Street, below Seventh, PHILA DELPHIA, where they invite the attendance and patronage of the public. LEE & WALKER having purchased the entire stock of Geo. Willig, (who has declined business,) are now prepared to execute all orders in their line. Their assortment of Music and Musical Inst40nen . ts, is as extensive.as that of any other establishment in the country. . - -' - "PIANO ^FORTES, from various well kndwmand/approved manufactories, now in store^arTdwill be cons tantly offered for sale. EyColintry dealers supplied on very reasonoble^ terms. •Feb.-8. «J-i->6m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

Disaolution of Jpaitn£tsl)ii) Notice is hereby giver), that ihe Partnership existing under Ihe firm of ft' agncr 4" Hubcr,i\\\\ be dissolved by the first tjf ^ April next, arid thai the businTss ^ wTn~ go into other baHas ofler than time. All persons indfetftdTftthe said firm will call andmoke setmmobt, and such who hove dejntfnds agaWyhe said firm, will please^irpsent the same f<3 ] settlement. Such who hold Duebills\£ar^touniry produce, arejwongly urg-. pd to jSresCnt ihem for payment before the 1st of April next. They further wish to inform their customers, tqot Wood, will not be taken in payment for book debts after the abovVdater WAGNER & HUBER. Feb. 8. U—2m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

£f <£><)£ TT(BTO Notice is hereby ' given, that the" uddersigned have taken out letters of Administration of the estate of fVilliam W. IVagner, dec'd., late of the borough of Allentown, Lehigh county. Therefdraajl those who ore indebted to said estate, willsfefi the necessity of settling their accounts withtiHLweeks, and such who have any demands against the iaid estate, will present Iheir cla/ins well authenticated within the above sne ' cified time. john Wagner, \ , REBECCA WAGNER, 5 Mtim r *"5 February 8. *J—6w Edward Beck, Esq., Register of Lehigh county, in account with the state oj Pennsylvania:—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

Assignee Notice. Notice is hereby given, that JohnRomig, and his "wife Maria, of Lower Macungy township, Lehigh couhty, have-on the 22(1 day of January 1849 , made a voluntary gs* signment of all their property, rea .1, norSohal and mixed, to the umh^igned^Jgr the benefit of their creditors. Such ^ lherpfore, Wto^sstindebttTd to the said John Romig. will see\ the necessity of making payment, between now and six weeks, and those who have any legal claims, will present them in the above specified time. DAVID O. MOSER, Asignee. Feb. 8. U—Gw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

Assignee Notice Notice is hereby given lhat, Mr. IVilliam Fulmer, of Upper Saucon township, Lehiph county, has on the 31st of day January last, made a voluntary assignment, of all his properly, personal and mixed, to the undersigned for the benefit of his creditors. Such, therefore, who are in anywise indebted to the said William Fulmer, are immediately called upon to make settlement. And those-, who have claims, will present them well authenticated to the undersigned. J A. K. WITM AN, Assignee.. Feb. f». f—6w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

A Frame House For Sale. mA new and convenient one and a half story frame Dwelling Boose, situated Jri a pleasant part of the Borough of Allentown. The HbUfisJs 10 by 24, on a lot 89 feet front by 23P deep. The .terms can.be made very accomodating, nnd. the property, wHl be sold wry reasonable. For particular! enquire at\this Office..,,, ¦ --. T-— N Jan. 25. ' •f-iw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

wim»aSD * The undersigned wishes to engage two or three young ladies of respectable character to learn the fancy Millinery business. Inv mediate application should be made, at her Millinery store, one door east ol Lewis Schmidt nnd . Co's. Drug Store in Hamilton street Allentown. MATILDA BROWN. - Feb. 8. jp-*t . H—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

/ Watch Found, ^ <jkf8? »?gjg> The undersigned has on ' the ffBEsSL&S jffliu of January last foirnd a watch, in Weisenburg township, Lehigh county. The ri ght owner, by proving his property, can take up the same, by paying the coat of advertising.. fy, . . . . " ' ' ¦ .. ' ¦ ' • : ;, * DAVID METZGER, • Feb. t J—4 ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

SJOD^lt CB ^ Notice is hereby given that a/I cntirns due the estate of the late Samuel JJUnArdec'd.' ton sfitisfied on or before the first day of April next, will be put in s ' uit'immcdiatel y after that time. Circumstances imperative upon the administrators render this course necessary. JOHNRUNfc.? ' ajm{„:lr„lnrw C. M. RUNK, S •W"»«n»«"-afor.. Jan. 85.. f—4«!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

Blacksmith Wanted. ,. VSSSS^ A sober and industrious Blackfl|HE|sniith—married or single, can find a good siiuation, by applying to the . undersigned at the <'l_iehigh. Furnace'' in Waibr ingtoo township, I^bi g h' o6)fnt^.. ,Tlja ^ nation «l a perr»«jp«>rt' 6tKs '-. • ¦ Jan. 1*. . ' 1*4W

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

Dank ;Notc Cist (Currscled Weekly from llickixll'srYanCourt's ana? Tli.viip.ttm's Vtlcclor.1 ) Bk «-f iS Amrriea par Mechanics bank of Ilk of Ptnnsyl-'- par Newark. J. Bank of Comir.eroe Mechanics bank at late Moyameiteing pn? Burlington par Bk of N Liberties par ' Mechanics &Man-Bk of PcnnTowns.par - ufacturc«-bank par' Farmers &Mcchan.par JVewart boaksaiff&i Kensington par Ins. Compaa;r $j Maniif. & -Median par; New Hone & Dcla-Mccliauics par ware Br. Coinp. failed Girard par Orange bank 4 Philadelphia par Peoples hank jf Schuylkill pai Plaiiificld bank S0> 8miiliwark par Princeton bank par Western rai" Salem banking Co. par Commercial Bank State_balik at Eliza- * of Pennsylv. par bethtown, Newark, Bk of the U States 25 Camden, N.Brons-Cointiit Bisks. wick, Morristown.par BkofChambetshurg 1 fasscx bank t Bk of Gettysburg 1 " n,on ^* * hi. r n- .., i Trenton bank. eo. par Bk of Pittsburg 3 yardlewillebjir * Bk of Susq. Couuty 5 ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

New Apothecary Store IN ALLENTOWN. Br WILLIAM F. DASOWSKY, Takes this method to inform his friends, and tho 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 cast of Mertz's Store, in Hamilton street in the Borough of Allentown. As the whole of his slock of Drugs, Medicines and Fixtures, besides House and Fur; niture, have" been destroyed by the devouring elements on tho 1st of June last—made it necessary for him to lay in an entire new stock of awrf* DRUGS-AND MEDICINES, gKSjf all of which he. can warrant tn be £l§n% 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, Trusses, Paint Oil, &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

vmw : 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 goods ' . We now ofler a reward of $ 1,000 for the person that can be produced, within a scope of a duys journey, who is able to sell as cheap as we do. Wagner A'Hubcr, Have the pleasure of exhibiting the first arrival of Fall and Winter 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 many articles one fourth less than before. Come, from the East, the West, the North and the South, to tl<? Emporium of great Bargains.'.'.' "A penny saved is a penny earned." We are^delennined 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 staled, we will pay them their lost time, and let them...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

Joseph Weiss Clock, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Next door lo the Store, of Messrs. Yeager and Weidner, in Hamiltcit street , in the Borough of Allen num. TO THE PUBLIC. The undersigned respectfully informs his old customers and the public in general, that he has lately moved into his new house, and has just returned from New York, with'a very large and Well selected stock of GOLD ASD SILVER WATCnES 8 day and 24 hour CLOCK. \\ 1 IshSb anc *a ^u " ossortment o} @W$ 4^j2@BByk Jewelry. It comprises "»w^w^^S8B*, '. among other the following ar ticles: Gold and Silver Levers, Anker Lvvers, Lupines, Epglish, French and Swiss wnlchrs. Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles,' fur all ages, Silver Combs, Gold Breast-pins,' Ear-rings.ntld Finger rings, Gold pens. Gold and Silver pencils, Silver Tea and Table- ' spoons, and a large varieiy of articles in his' line.of business. He has also on hand a' Ian?! ' assortment of. Clocks. Violins and Bows, also, ' Violin Strings, &'c. &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

JOHN T. MATCHETT Tailr in Allentown. Most respectful!}' informs his friends and his old customers in general, lhat he has established himself on the south side of Hamilton street, a few doors below Pretz, Kern & Co's store, nnd will at all limes be ready to make gentlemen's garments after the latest London, Paris, New York and Philadelphia styles. He pledges himselfto give entire satisfaction lo those who may fuvor him with their patronage, and at the same time desires to present his acknowledgments for past favors and solicits a continuance of the same. November 2. t—<>w Hiram Brobst, lieivtisi in MYewtovm. «¦« „ i Ilespcctfjilly informs his friends eg ffijjjj antl'the public in general, that he still continues the practice of- his profession in all its various branches, such as filing, cleaning, pluggingorid inserting from a sing le tooth to a full set, on moderate terms. His office is in the second story, above ll<e Store-of Grim& Rening...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

Great National Exhibition AT FRMKLIN HALL, No. 50 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia. For a short time only:—SHERMAM & TOUSEY'S PANORAxMA OF MEXICO —THE GREATEST PAINTING IN THE WORLD, covering 19,000 feet of canvass! It shows in the most perfectmanner the towns,cities, mountains, rivers, ranches, plantations, domestic animals, grain fields of Mexico, habits of the Mexicans, character and scenery of the country, together with the movements of the army under Taylor, with their marches, .encampments, battles, fording of rivers, trains of pack mules, and all the interesting scenery and incidents of the campaign, from Corpus Christi to Bucna Vista ; the whole forming the most amusing and instructive exhibition ever in the city. The Sketches were taken from nature by one of Gen. Taylor's officers, and are correct as life. It was visited by over 100,000 persons in New York, (having been exhibited there for several months in succession,) among whom were the clergy, judges, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

AM!99DWMJia>l)]H Incorporated , R. C. CHANDLER, A. B. Principal. Mr.E. Foote Associate,Male Dep. and Prof, of French. Mrs. J. G. II. Blydcnlrarg, Female Dtp. The next term (of 11 weeks) of this institution commences on Monday November the 27th. The most satisfactory references will be given upon application although ihe Principal relies rather upon that recommendation which always attends capability and fidelity, than upon that of others. ¦ R. C. CHANDLER. Nor. 10. 1|—4w REFERENCES S30 per term will meet every necessarv expense excepting Books and Tuition : The price of the latter in the English studies varies from three to live dollars per session, with an extra charge of SI when classical studies are added. TERMS The branches taught include all those of a good English education together with the modern nnd ancient Languages, Vocal and Instrumental music, Surveying, Book-keeping, &c. Particular attention is paid to the study of the English Language, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

-grsp, DRY GOODS, ^ i^ mL&J Grocerics-^^^^ wtfvm' ff *« Queens, Glass* «2Bi|fcB*~ and Earthenware, all of which they will dispose of at the very lowe'st prices or exchange them for country produce. They will sell all kinds of woolen Clothes, at least $1 cheaper per yard, than before, Batinetts, 25 cents, Calicoes 3 cents per yard, white red and yellow Flannels, 12} cents per yard, handsome fine Ginghams and Muslin de Laines at 12! cents per yard, other goods comparatively cheap. The have both been in the mercantile business for a number of years, and are fully satisfied that they have selected a stock ol goods as cheap if not cheaper than ever before offered in Allentown, and are determined to sell them at a very small advance. They hope therefore that through strict attention to their business, they will be able to draw a large, share of public patronage for which they will ever be thankful. Mf.rtz & Landes. Nov. 16. U—2m JLook Mere! All kinds of country pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

JP. WYCMtaJFE Mrs. Matilda Heckman., Respectful!]' informs the citizens of Allentown, that she h.is again established herself opposite the Academy, where she will lalwaYs keep on hand - \y s Fresh Bread*, - Pound, Rotation $• all other kind of Cakes. She will also bake and make up Bread and Pies to order, and hopes that>a feeling community will extend to her their former patronage. Allentown, June 27, 1848. . «J—3w LANGENHEIM'S Daguerreotype Establishment, Ekhihijc, Third Story, Phil. The Hon. HENRY CLAY visiting this Establishment for the purpose of having a Daguerreotype token, 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 Pot traits of all sizes are executed equally well. Philad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 February 1849

JTEW Boot, Shoe and Hat Store The undersigned have just opened a New Boot, Shoe, Hat nnd Variety Store, in the well known stand, formerly occupied by Ludwig Schmidt's Drug Store, Allentown. Their stock comprisesevcry variety of Boots and Shoes for the prcsen^and-Tip^iroacliing •season, viz: Men's and Boys' Thich, Kip and Calf Boots, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Morocco, Kid and Leather boots and shoes of ^every variety, superior Gaiter and half Gaiters, together with 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 stock 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 nnd Wool hats 'of every description. A large and beautiful assortment of Cloth, Plush, Glazed and Velvet Caps, Umbrellas, Campliine, Fluid and Lard Lamps, Stockings,Gloves, ...

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