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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Allentotrn, Pa. THDR8DAY, FEBBPARYTs, 1849. ^ Circulation near gOOO- _ " ^TbT-PALMEK, EscpT N. W. ' corner of 'third andflhesnut streets, Philadelphia, Una Tt,9 Nastau street, (Tribune Buildings ',) NewY °rk 'J * our authorized Agent for receiving advertisements arid subscriptions to the Lehigh Register and collecting and receipting for the same.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

»* 5 - Cure fir Cancer.—Chtonde ofzinC and gypSum have been recently applied with success (o cancer, by Dr. Brooks, of Cheltenham, fingland.— The remedy is applied thus I take two parts of chloride of zinc and three pafis of gypsum, and spread the powder over the surface of the sore, protecting the edges oflhe healihy skin wilh vinegar, and applying in a quarter of an hour, a soft poultice. Dr. B. reports several cases of successful treatment.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Ned Bunthne' s Own. We have received several numbersof a very handsome paper published in the city ot New York tinder the above tide. The ol jei-t of the editor is to moralize ihecoiiiiiiuuiiy f aiid purge thosameof its vtllauy and corruption. Heap, plies his tschtrotie not without efleet; judging from the applications administered in and about Easlon, Ha. Terms S3 per annum in advance. AUdrer-s E. Z. C. Judson, New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Canal Commissioner's Convention. The Whig State Central Committee convened at Harrisburg on Tuesday afternoon, and fixed "upon Harrisburg as the place, and the 16th of August aa the time of holding the Whin State Convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Canal Commissioner. The Democratic Convention for the same purpose, will meet at Pittsburg, on the -4th of July next.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Cleaning Silk^-The following directions for cleaning silks are by one of the first Parisian dyers: Haifa pound of soft soap, a tea-spoonful of brandy, and a pint of gin; mix all together; wilh a sponge ot flannel, spread the mixture on each side of the silk, without greasing it; wash it in two or three waters, an*iron il on the wrong aide t it will tnta look as good as new. ^ **

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

7\i<enticth Senatorial District.—The returns of the election for State Senator, held in this district on the 3d instant, are as follows : Drum, Dem. Johnston, Whig. Armstrong, 175 maj. .... Cambria, 1,133 971 Clearfield, 346 maj. .... Indiana, 1,307 1,756 Drum's majority in the district, 324.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

German Emigration tb talifornia.—We learn from a private source, th'al at the last dates from Bremen.in Germany.sevefal vessels,loaded with emigrants, were about ready to proceed to California (ram thai port. The g ' 6M fever had spread throughout Germany, and emigrants in great numbers were " preparing themselves for expedi' lions to the land of promise.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

New Com,—Three varieties of new coin are at present sucgested —the gold dnllai .seven cent pieces and three cent pieces. The two latter are to be of silver, and are intended to obviate in a great measure the necessity fur cents, for by means ' of these and the other small m,ver coins now in existence, change can be made minutely noo|h withouv ' corper coins. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Central Railroad.—Arrangements have been made by the Central Railroad, to run two daily lines from Buffalo, through to Chicago and Milwaukie, on the opening of navigation. The requisite steamers have been engaged to make the Lake connection. mm 1—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Croup.—The Journal of Health, ro cases of croup, advises instant, sudden and free application of the coldest water, with'a sponge, to the nrck and chest; ihen, after Wiping the patient dry, wrap in warm eoverinfi giving, it freely of cold water te driak. ¦ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Death of a Distinguished Man.—^The Richmond Enquirer announces the death, last week, of Benjamin Watkins Leigh, Esq., of that ciiy. He has filled a large space in the history of Virginia, having represented the 8tate in the United 8tates Senate, and occupied other responsible positions.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

To Change the Color of a Rose.—Place a fresh gathered rose in water as far as the siem will allow, then powder it over wilh fine rappee snuff being careful not to load it too much—in about three hours, on shaking off ihe snuff, it will become a green rose.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

E5* Sixty ' out «l the seventy Whig niembprf of the Leuisluiure of tin- Site, hnie i-igiied irecomtrtehdatinn to Uei-erBl'Tujlor. hi favor ot JOMsh Randall'lor Attorney General, or Mime ¦jB ttor.poat indie Cabinet:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

JttiscdlaneotteifclcctiOtts Jke Program tfflftWMfle.v . Among the tribes tocatefl !lh the territory west of Arkansas and MissdttiVset apart by Congress for them, are rrAny' eyiaences^a gratifying advance in civWftatioh.( .. ** • The Wyando tte, who emitfratedHvest from ' Ohio, have five boarding-schdols. 'ohe manu'al-lnbor school, and the Indian boys ' a'na girls •have maae'cbtisiderabfe p *rofieiericy1h'faost ' of the useful branches of education. The young men do wagon-making, blacksrriithmg, and shoe-making, all in good style. . The girls make good woolen and cottdh ' cloth, spinning the yarn themselves, 'the government of the ' Wyandotts is purely republican. They have a President, thosen every two years, an executive counttt, consisting of ifour members, and a legismfure with two • branches., They are farther advanced in • civilization than any tribe in their Stute\ . They have stores well supplied with all .he ' necessaries of life—large farms in a good state of cultivat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

Fbrelgft Intellige-tiVer-— ^ The steamship Niaijara arrived at Boston on the 1 lih .instant, with Liverpool dates 10 the 27 ' lh ulliin ' o, two weeks later. — ^ ^^ FRANCE.—The motion uiion the. question as to the dissolution of the National Assembly has been carried by a splendid mil* jority. The reports made by the various committees upon ihe question Were almost all adverse to the. dissolution. It is said that Whenever the question is pressed, ihe order of the day will be moved in the Assembly.' It will therefore be some days before the reports .will be made, and the forms of ihe Assembly will prevent the question being carried through, so as to allow the election lo take place before April. M. Marra ' st has again been permitted to retain his seat as President of the Assembly. M. Botilac de la Meurthe has been elected Vice President of the Republic by the Assembly. The government is still in a slate of transition. We hrtd scarcely despatched our last number When intelligen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

A tnllfornia Letter. The Washington. Union gives the following "letter, with the remark that it was re- ' ceived b y \hb Western mail, in an envelope post marked Louisville. The Union further adds% th'at the name of the writer, "H. Patrick," could not be found on any roll in the Adjutants General's office, of troops frl California If true, this letter makes some queer developments, which tend to dissipate, in a great degree,. the visions of untold wealth: . . MoHTEittT, November 21st 1848. As Mri Stockwell nnd his company of eight try the new route south, down the Arkansas river, this perhaps will reach you at as late n date as any news from the di ggings. 1 want to l-jform you, and through you my friends, thnt-we have no respect here for law or honor—u:t is gold; but not all that glitters, for we were all in a perfect rage of disappointment ' last week, occasioned by an Irish Yankee who has just arrived with his chemical apparatus, and has demonstrated to us all, who'had supp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

omit Salliran and Ryer. j anneo van re an irishman, known 'Jn-New York as the keeper of a small porterhouse in Chatham street. He has been long famous as a pugilist, and was the second to Lilly, in the famous prize fight between Lilly and McCoy, which terminated 'in the death of the latter. In England he foOght^ith the celebrated Champion of the Ring, as it is catieo, Hammer Lane, and obtained the victory < ' since which time his name hag been '^tp " a5 the champion prize figffterof all Christendom* Hyer isastouter ttnd stronger man than his antagonist, but 'is stfid not to possess his Science and skill. He is an Atuerican-a native of New York ; ' and this circumstance . Coupled with the fuel of Sullivan being an Irishman, tended not a t tittle to foment the bitterness arid increase the excitement of 'this affair. Hyer weighs over 210 lbs., stands 6 feet hi gh in his stockings, and is afinev srYorig^ Well-proportioned ' man. This gave hira a decided advantage over Sulli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

JrrfL ' 'he lur-re and extensive §§1||g • « ttiS T Mil, £,-k«e*K!33S3 siiuaeil near ICreulersville. in Allen lownsliip.uliotftiwo miles ti ' iirth of the Bridge, on the Hocki-ndoqiie Oct-k.n never failing stream. The Mil. is in the best Mute of re| air, has four run of stones, of the best French Burr, a run for Plaster, and it Kiln Dry, lo which is iiclJed nil the neci-SMiry apparatus lor merchant inillinir. AL-o two Duelling Houses, besides smbiiuir and other outbuildings, and 21$ acres and 155 perches of the best farm land. .. Also a lot of ground, containing <£|8Kjfc acres iitid 05 perches, adjoining M"H k the above tract, with a good frame ' ¦ •"* Hou?e and Stable. > Also, oi the same lime, another lot of ._» ¦ ground, situnttd near ihe Mill tiact, 45l5|jfc containing I I acres, inoMly timber |""la l.itnl. On this tract is erected a 1 I iWH convenient house nnd good stable. A further description of ihe | ro; erty is deemed unnecessary, as purchasers are reque...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 February 1849

A PTJBLiaaftT.-B. Of Valuable Pffg6lrt\1»rDptr!y. - Will be sold nt Public sale;1 on' Tuesday the 27th of February next, at 12 tf clock at noon, at the house of Daniel ' itejfr ^ dee'd.; in Upper Saucon township, Lehigh county ' , the following articles to wit: | One fresh milk Cow. Plough and Harrowi Plough-gears, Swingle-trees, W . innotringtriiil, Loif-chaiiis, Cntttng-box, Hny-ladders with Bolsters,»a Ladder 24 feet long. Fodder-chest. Grnin-crndles, grass and bush Sythes, Lirne-hushel, Wogon-boxes, (or a 2-liorse Wagon, Mull and Wvdges, Groundchisel, Bark-irons, Meat and other Tubs, 1-logs head. House ' -cnrpefiters tools, such as Plains. Chisels, Saws and nugers, a Cross-Cut Saw, Br' oadiaxe, Adz,lr° . n hooks,a Marble-sione to grind Point, a rope Machine, Flax-combs. Sausnee-fuhneb'and Choppers, Men nnd Women Saddles, Meal-tub, a number of Bei -hives, a large Copper Kettle, a Fowling-piece, Spinning-wheel and Reel, a Table, 2 Beds with Bedsteads, a 24 hour Clock. Desk. ...

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