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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

WASraUNDo The undersigned wishes to enga ge two or three young ladies of respeclnble character to learn the fancy Millinery business. Immediate application should be made, nt her Millinery store, one door enst ol Lewis Schmidt and Go's. Drug Store in Hamilton street Allentown. MATILDA BROWN. Feb. 8. H—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Henry C. Longneeker, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. •. ** . as . resumed the practice of bis profession in Lehi gh and the adjoining counties. His office is in the residence of the late Hon. Jon W. Hornbeck, in Hamilton street, Borough of Allentown. January 11. , t—6m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Brandreth and Wrights Pills I .Cou ntry merchants and others, are hereby notified., t,ruu, the . far famous Pills of gPc ,, °»3 Willjom A. Wright, and Benjamin ^W«ff • tPre. wrista .ntli kept/or sale .at the office .^^ahjgfRe^ ter:' b$ tfcq Dozen boxes, at Wholesale prices.- • April 17 7—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

ID&fSMMMMilira* Informs his old friends and the public in general, that he has moved into his new building, at the "old stand," and that he is again ready at all times to attend to professional duties. Nov. 10. If—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Gum Shoes, Gum Shoes. Just received a very large assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen and Childrens* Gum Shoes, at prices from 50 cents to $1,'J7, for sale at the store of LOCHMAN & BROTHER. January 11. D-—iw "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Lamps, Lamps, Lamps .Just received a splendid lot of Caiidiehni, Lard, Camphine nud Fluid Lamps, which will be sold cheap,by.. . - .- •• , ' LOCHMAN & BROTHER. January 11. U—Iw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

J. WYCKOFF ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office East of theCourt House and nearly opposite, at the corner of. Margaret and Hamilton streets. . Mav25- '¦: *—(lin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

, Gleanings xVftm, a'iT ^ *lfl|1|,1))li 17* The salt found in the great Salt Lake, in California, is superior lo any now in use for preserving bulter, beef, &c It it the strongest salt ever yet discovered. Three barrels of Water made one of salt. ITsT The debt of the State of Illinois amounts to $16,651,000. That arises from plunging into extravagant internal improvements—* state trying lo ran before being old enough to walk. iy To take ink out of linen—Take a piece of tallow, mell it, and dip the spoiled part of tbe linen into ihe melied tallow. It may then be washed, and the spots will disappear, withom injuring the linen. tsT* A petition has been presented to Congress from Mr. J. Emery, of Wellsboro', Pa., asking a gram of 200,000 acres of land in California, for the endowment and support of a University near Terba Bnena, on the bay of San Francisco. . CP" According to a census taken one year since, the entire Wack population or Canada is 5571, bring 4167 more than ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

The New Exemption Bill. From Bowen's North American Farmer, we glean the particulars of a bill of considerable importance which passed the Slate Senate a few days since. It was introduced by Mr. Johnson, of Erie, and exempts property to the amount of three hundred dollars from levy and sale, or distress for rent. The vote on its final passage in the Senate, was eighteen to eleven. It was urged on the ground of benevolence to the poor man, as calculated to improve his position, strengthen his hopes, and brighten his prospects in life. Onegentlemauarguedthat if the present exemption lawa were right in principle, then the new law would also be right, as it would only extend the principle to those who could not be benefited by the existing enactment. Other gentlemen, however, thought the bill would injure rather than benefit the poor, and said il would have a bad effect upon the poor master mechanic, the poor trader, ihe poor boardinghousekeeper, ami ihe-pootartisan. An amendment ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Legislative Proceedings. HABRissDRo . Feb. 21, 1849. SENATE.—Mr. Johnson, from Erie, presented a petition asking for a general banking law, like that in operation in. the State of New York. Mr. Boas, one from Lehigh, for a law to elect Prosecuting Attorneys. Mr. King presented a petition for a law requiring persons selling boots and shoes not manufactured in this 8tate, to take out special licenses. Mr. Brooke, one for the regislration of births, marriages and death*. Mr. Overfield, one twenty-one yards long, and one from 2000 laborers and minors of Carbon, Schuylkill and Luzerne counties, for a law making the amount of their wages a lien on Ihe property of the owners of the mines. Mr. Boas, one for a change in the place of holding elections in Upper 8aucon township, in the county of Lehigh. HOUSE.—Mr. Cooper, from the Committee of Ways and Means, to which was referred Mr. Grittingrr's resolutions, making inquiry as to the ability of the Stale lo complete the North Branch Cana...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Congressional Proceeding*. Wasui.iotox, February 21, 1848. 8ENATE.—A message was received from the House inviting the Senate to counl ihe electoral votes ofthe late Presidential election in conjunction with the House. On moiion, the Senate accepted ofthe invilaiton and proceeded in a body Id the House. On the return of the Senate to ihe Chamber Mr. Jefferson Davis, in behalf of the commiitee to count the electoral votes, reported a resolution for the appointment of one member of tbe Senale to act in conjunction wilh a House committee of two, to notify. Messrs. Taylor and Fillmore of their election. The resolution wss adopted. HOUSE.—Mr. Barrow,of Louisiana, from ihe Joint Commiitee to count tbe electoral voles al the late Presidential election, reported a resolution officially to notify the Senate from the House, lhat ihey were ready to receive that body and counl the said voles. The resolution was .adopted and sent to the Senate by Ihe Clerk. The Senate in a body came into ih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Crencia! BunMng Lav- *j*e received a copy of a General Banking law , reported in the House of Rrprerentali ves a few days ago, by Mr. Diehl of Philadelphia county. It was referred to a select committee, and we may soon look for a report upon ihe subject.— The bill authorizes the butinui of banking and provides for. a Sinking Fund, for the Gradual extinguishment of the State debt. The bill empowers the Auditor General lo provide and furnish any association of persons formed for banking purposes, such amount of notes ofthe various denominationsas may be demanded,said banking association first depositing with him an amount of State and U. S. Storks, bearing an interest of at least five per cent, one fifth greater than the notes required , said notes to be payable on demand; and upon a refusal to redeem any part of Ithem the Auditor General to redeem them all with the Stocks in his hands deposited as security. The interest accruing on the Stocks deposited is to be paid over to the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

" Circnlation near gQQ.fr . ' the necessity of his sound counsel, have been, in many a crisis, most keenly fel', by that enlightened body. Men, like Mr. Evans, belong to no party or section, they are the property of the whot.» cochtbt. And as no onr has so successfully elaborated and made plain, .the particular and complicated science of principles and figures, we know of none, into whose hands •could be more fitly and safely entrusted the guidance and management of the financial and indus-¦triaU&Uairs of the nation. Gen. Taylor's Cabinet. We see it announced thatGeneral Taylor has invited\he ttaa. John M. Clayton, of Delaware, to a place in his Cabinet, tendering him the Department of State. The selection of this eminent Statesman, to the highest position in the Government, augurs most auspiciously for the new Administration. His vigorous intellect and great experience, his brilliant services, his temperate but decided course in public life, are sure guarantees that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Something for Farmers. Cart of Cattle—Cailtle should be kept warm and comfortable in winter, else far more food will be necessary; and then they will be less profitable, than when kept in a comfortable eondiion. The whole bam should be made light and warm, and there should be no partition between the cattle and ihe lame open spare, called the barn floor; mid ill ere should bo no obstruction directly before the heads of the cattle, whether standing or lying, lhat they may breathe the pure air. Bars in front, will be sufficient. Many ol ihe best managers nf stock have barns so warm that water will not freeze in them in the coldest weather. The open space in from of the cattle gives a good chance for pure air.— In warm, dull weaiher, in winter, it is necessary lo open doors, at some distance from the animals, that a draft of air may pass through the bam floor, yet uol blow directly on the cattle. If a caltle-house be made close, wilh a partition in front, the steam and gasses ari...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Old Zack s Coming. The sensation created along die route by which General Taylor proceeds to Wa«hingtoil city, is truly astonishing. On ihe llih instant he arrived al Louisville. He was received a short distance beliiw ~ the ' cilyrwhere ~he"was welcomed by the Mayor in an appropriate address, to which the General replied in a brietexpressioriofthanks. The streets ihrocah which ihe passed was one solid inassof human beings, and their shout of welcome made the welkin ring. The windows, doors, and house tops were thronged with spectators. Old men came 30, 40 and 50 miles lo welcome General Taylor, and the crowd was variously estimated lrom 20 to 40,000 souls. He arrived at Cincinnati on the 15th, escorted by five steamers crowded with passengers.— The appearance of the fleet, with banners Hying and the bands playing national airs , must have been an imposing tight The river side was crowded, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather. The General was so completely fatigued by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Frightful Accident- Between 3 and 4 o 'clock on Sunday afternoon, while a number of young men were engaged in the pleasure of skating on the Lehigh Dam, above the bridge, near this place, a young man by the name of Andrew Eck, a tobacconist by trade, broke into the ice, immediately above the little island in the dam, where the water was from 8 lo 10 feet deep. He managed to keep his head above the water, by means of a rail, that was handed to him, but having lost his strength and the weather being so intensely cold he failed in being able to secure himself npon the rail. No boat being near at hand, and until one was secured—which had to be cut not of the ice, with which he was taken out—life had nearly fled from him. He died in a few minutes after he was taken out, having been in the water full three quarters of an hour. He was a single man and bore a very exemplary character. He was buried on Monday afternoon followed by a large concourse of members of the different fire comp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Shocking Accident. I On Thursday last, the 15ih instant, Mr. Joel Koch, a highly respectable citizen of Richmond township, Berks county, met his death <n the following pa'iiful manner. Mr. Koch and his hired man were preparing to thrash out a slack of clover. While the former was in the act of removing the rsp, upon the slack, placed his fork into the clover to throw it npon the wagon, which was placed along side of the stack ; the prongs rf the fork broke on " , and awful to relate, precipitated Mr. Koch head-foremost from the stack knocking his forehead upon the hub of one »r ihe wheels, fracturing his skull in such a manner that he was taken up a corpse. Mr. Koch was a middle aged man,and has a wife snd several children to mourn his untimely loss. The house and barn of this unfortunate man were destroyed by fire last summer, and he had jii't finished the rebuilding of these again, when he met with his awful death.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Metropolitan Magazine. The second or Kebiuary number ol the American Metropolitan Magazine is before us, anil lolly equal* the first. Il contains four very handsome engraving*, and the literary matte! ia from the pens of many of the most distinguished writers in our counlry. We recommend it as one of the best in the Magazine line now published. Terras,53 per annum. Addreae Israel Post, No. 259 Broadway, New York., CF*Gov. Johnston has been strongly rrcom mended by the Philadelphia Daily 8un, as a ¦member of General Taylor's Oabiatt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

. Perm County. The "Geist der ^ Zeit," published in Kutzrown, contains ihe^proceediugs of a large and respectable meeting, of citizens of that B- rough and vicinity, in favor of the formation of the new county of "Penn." 8iroilar meetings have been held in Richmond, Greenwitch, Maxatawny, Ac. From appearances we should judge lhat a division of some kind is loudly called for by certain p ortions of •• OKI Berks," hut as this is a matter of their own, we do not feel ourselves authorized to interfere.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 22 February 1849

Allentown, Pit. — LJ ,-—¦ _ - 1 .. -. - _ , 'I ¦ M^M*'"^ . ¦¦--THURSDAY, FBBIDiRt !«V Mil

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