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

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

miscellaneous Selections. The Fort Smith Route. From the head of steamboat navigation on •the Arkansas to Santa Fe, is less by about three hundred miles, than from Independence to Santa Fe. In the first plnce in regard to route: Accordingtp the distance,as laid down by Lieut. Maury, of ihe U. S. Kavy, a very scientific gentleman, it is only 1,500 miles from Memphis to Monterey, on the Pacific. Memphis is accorditioly 50(1 miles nearer lo Monterey than Independence, Mo. The time, therefore, will be much shorter than was at first estimated ; perhaps it will hardly exceed eighty days travel from this place (Fort Smith) to Monterey, and many confidently believe it will not exceed sixty days. The advantages of starting at this point by the 1st of April, and the difference in the distance, will throw nearly two months' advantage to the emigrant who is going this route ; and he will be about 800 miles nearer to the point of destination on the 15th day of May, than those who contempla...

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

Capons. A correspondent of the Phi ladelphia Ledger says:—The common 'dung-hill fowl ia seldom eaten in any ofthe great cities of Europe in its naturul slate, as with us. The consumer would consider it as unfit for the table as bulls-beef, and the farmer would find it ns unprofitable a mode of preparing his stock for market. The farmers on the continent alter their fowls of both sexes as they do their pigs and horned cattle; and with the same improvement lo the the quality and wei ght of the meat. The process is simple enough, and any fanner boy can safely undertake it. The bird is not easily destroyed even by the clumsiest manipulation incident to the operation. Interlock the wings of a rooster, not over a year old, and let an assistant boy hold him on your lap, one side up. Part the hip feathers with the thumb and finger of your left hand, and quickly with n sharp penknife make a half inch incision through the* flesh, between the hip and last rib and (wo inches from the spin...

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

Valuable Property for Sale, •// Public Vendue. Will be sold at public sale, on Thursday the 1st of March next, at I o'clock, in the afternoon, at Siegfried' s Bridge, in Allen township, Northampton .county, all that'eertnin property, of the undersigned, consisting i^ io two large and foomy J^^ jjHjjB Storehouses, jjpHB ' *" one of which is occupied ' llml as a Remil Store, the other for storing Flour, ' Grain, &c, 2 Dwelling Houses, 2 Shops, and other out-buildings, together with 9 acres and 134 perches, of excellent farmland. . At the same time and place, will be sold, _JfarA. the large and extensive fjfjjjg GRIST MM LI., SRSSSJn situated near Kreidersville, in Allen township, about two miles north of the . Bridge, on the Hockendoque Creek, a never failing stream. The Mill is in the best slats of repair, has four run of stones, of the best French Burr, a run for Plaster, and a Kiln Dry, to which is added all the necessary apparatus for merchant milling. Also two Dwell...

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

DIED. Un the 7th of February, in ssoutn w nitehall, of liver complaint, Hannah Wisser, uged 40 years. On the 15th inst., in Salsburg, of croup, Amanda Elizabeth, daughter of Polly Troxell, aged 3 years. On the Villi inst., in Hanover. Elizabtih, consort of Joseph Seider, aged 45 years. On the 15th inst., in Salsburg, Margaret, consort of Abraham Hunsperger, aged 03 years. Communicated. On the 17th instant, at the house of her father, Mr. Joseph Burke, near Freemansburg, Mrs. Ursilla Yeagef, wife of Thomas Yeager, merchant of this place, in the 19th year of her nge^ By this sad dispensation of Providence, we are again reminded of the uncertainly of all things here below. The funeral of Mrs Yeager look place just ice months after her marriage. The house in which joy and gladness then reisnej, soon became a house of mourning. Healih beauty, education, fortune and friends cannot prevent death from entering the family circle. It is well for us to be alwaysj prepared. The deceased...

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

h i . i i .¦*pr*»WBfaa»aa**«w ARTICLES. \.^ff^; Allent.EattonVhiUu. Flour..... Barrel 5 25 5 50) 5 BO Wheat .... Bush. 1 05 1 05 1 80 Ry.j ..... — (JO 65 78 Com — 55 65 t» Oats — 80 30 $5 Buckwheat. . — 40 40 08 Flaxseed ... — I 25 WO I 40 C'arverseed . . — 3 25 4 00 4 00 1 7.mothy»eed . — 2 00 2 75 2 60 Potatoes ... — 30 35 65 Salt — 50 45 40 Butter .... Pound 16 12 18 Lard — 9 . 10 9 Tallow .... — 9 9 8 Beeswax . . . — 25 * 25 ST Ham .,... — 0 8 10 flitch .... — 7 6 0 Tow-yarn. . . — 8 8 6 E ggs ..... Doz. 14 10 15 Rye Whiskey Gall. 25 25 23 Apple Whiskey — 18^) 25 5J8 Linseed CO' . . —- t)5[j65 66 Hickory Wood Cord 4 50 4 50 6 00 Oak Wood . . -— 3 50 3 50 5 00 Egg Coal. . . Ton 3 75 4 00 4 60 Nut Coal ... — 2 50 3 00 3 60 Lump Coal. . — 3 60 2 50 2 66, Plaster .... •— 4 50i 4 50 2 50

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

PUBLIC SALE, Or Valuable Personal Properly. Will be sold al public sale on Tuesday and Wednesday, ihe 27th and 2Hth of February, nt 13 o ' clock at noon, ut the house of the undersigned in North Whitehall township, Lehigh county, ihe following property to wit: • t) Horses, Hnrness for 9 horses, Fly-netts. two 4 horse Wagons, one of which is nearly new, a ihn-e horse Wagon, all of which have patent locks to them, a Dearborn Waggon, two ore Bjddies, a double set: of plated jr 4 \>"*tp*3j\ Harness. • Horn- ¦&r v^* | jOJy^" cd Can U, < si,,,, t. tfi^yb ^S2fcSB ,> Swine. Ploughs & *W M*2*$ & Harrows, a one horse, and several Wood Sleds, two setls Huy-ludders, Bolsters, Swingle-trees, 5-horse Chain, Team-saddle, Saddle,! wo wind-mi lis. Cutting-box, Thrashingmacjiiiie wilh Horse-power, Grain-cradle, Gruss ^ scvthes. Trace-chains.Cow and Luckchnins. Potatoes by the bushel, two Stoves wilh pipe, a beuuiiful Mahogany-Secretary, one 8 Day-clock, ...

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

PUBLIC SALS, Or Valuable Pcrsoual Property. Will be sold at Public sale, on Tuesday the 27ih of February next, at 12 o ' clock at noon, at the. house of Daniel Derr, dee'd., in Upper Saucon township, Lehigh county, the following articles to wit: One fresh milk Cow, Plough and Harrow, Plough-gears, Swingle-trees, Winnowingmill, Log-chains, Culting-box, Hay-ladders with Bolsters, a Ladder 24 feel long, Fodder-chest, Grain-cradles, grass and bush Sylhes, Lime-bushel, Wagon-boxes, for a 2-horse Wagon, Mall and Wedges, Groundchisel. Bitrk-irons, Meat and other Tubs, Hogshead. Hnuse-curpeniers tools, such as Plains. Chisels. Saws, and augers, a Crosscut Saw, Brond-axe, Adz, Iron hooks,a Marble-stone to grind Paint, a rope Machine, Flax-combs. Sausnge-funnels and Choppers, Men nnd Women Saddles, Meal-tub. a num. her of Bee-hives, a large copper Kettle, a Fowling-piece, Spinning-wheel and Reel, a Table,2 Beds with Beadsleads. a 24 hour Clock. Desk, Corner-cti! board. Clothingpress, Ch...

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

iTiAKitiim On the 11th ofFebruary( by the Rev, Mr. Dubs, Mr. George. liehrigt of Washington, to Miss Angeline Strauss, of Heidelberg. On the 18th inst., by the same, Mr. Samuel KiechJine, to Miss Sally Ann Bickert, both of Hanover. On the same day, by the same, Mr. John E. Goundie, to Miss Mary P. Kramer, both of Allentown. On the 18ih inst., by Rev. Mr. Brobst. 'Mr. Uriah Linn, to Miss Anna Maria Knauss, both of Upper Saucon. On Tuesday last, b y the Rev. Mr. Zellnrs, Mr. A/e/chinr Wagner, to Miss Sarah Wagner, both of Allentown. On the 18th inst., b y the Rev. Mr. Yeager, Mr. Charles Gangwere, to Miss Margaret flamed, both of Allentown. ' On Tuesday last, b y the same, Mr. Samuel Sline, of Enston, to Miss Amelia PauU of Lehigh township, Northampton county. On the 8th inst., Mr. Owen Desh, ofHellertown, to Miss Elizabeth Wakel, of Bucks county. On tbe 26lh of January, by the Rev. G. F. J. Yaeger, Mr. Jonas Biliig, of Greenwich, Berks county, to Miss Maria Kisller, of Lynn, Le...

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

Sheriff 's Sale All persons interested will take notice—By virtue of an order issued out ofthe Orphan'sCourtofMercerCounty Pa.,and to me directed there will be exposed to sale, by public vendue or out-cry on the premises in West Salem township, (now Greene) on the 23d day of March next, the following piece or parcel of land, viz : iggjL 107 Acres land, ^^fe !iifi||l more °r less, with appur- bKJk* > iiUJElSlenanccs, late the estate of^o^jfe ^^ John Wortz. tlcc'd., hounded by land of Samuel Rodgers, Hugh Nelson, Samuel Me-Culloiirjh and John Worlz. Terms of .-ale, one third in hand and the balance in two equal ontma! payments wilh intetest from confirmation ofthe sale. JAMES McKEAN, Sheriff. Feb. 22. H—4w. M ACKEREL, S SHAD. Constantly on hand S A LMON, an(l for < ,a | e Dy S'N^ ^J. PALMER & Co. POWv. { „,, . FI VMS & SIDES. Market Slr ' W,,arf » SHOULDERS. ! PHILADELPHIA. LA 1113 & CHEESE, j Feb. 22. If—3m.

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

•Assignee Sale Of Personal Property Will be sold at public sale, on Thursday March 1st, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,at the house of John Leilh, in Saucon township, Lehigh county, the personal property of William Fulmer, viz: One horse, cows with calves, hogs, 1 four horse wagon, 1 two horse wagon, rassee, sled, 2 boddies, 3 ploughs, harrows, ladders and bolsters, winnowing mill, log and other chains, cow chains, grain cradle, forks and rakes, grass scythes und sneaths, wheel-barrow, mall and wedges, grubbing hoes and shovels, wagon bows and cover, shavinghorse, saddle and bridle, quilere, plough gears, fly nets, single or carriage harness, collars and bridles, &c. Also, clock and case, looking glasses, table, stands, kitchen dresser, bed-steads, barrels, tubs nnd stands, grindstone, &c. Also, 8 . acres wheat grain in the ground, 10 acres rye in the ground, and a ceat variety of other things to numerous-to be mentioned. The conditions made known and attendance given on ...

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

\\IOTm CAMPAIGN Schnurman's Rotunda Still Open! Large Sales and Small Prodis i Now's your Tim', as the Stock of IFtnter Goods is to be Cleared Out. ¦ It has been settled down to a plain matter of fact case, that " Old Schnurman".has sold, more goods in the past y>ar than was ev^r sold in any single establishment in ten counties, and what has proved so beneficial lotke community generally, they bad the advanr tage of buying goods at least 10 .'per cent cheaper. Such then being the cuse, be issues this as his.Inst manifesto in the Winter Campaign. . Having just finished taking at» account of stock, and found that they bavo yet on, hand _ 9 tOj Q OO iVorth otTCioods, for wbic'a he wants buyers. So now is yoHr time—«om<; far and near-Mistanee is bo objec»,ns it will doubly repay y«nr trouble.— £<ccol . ',ect Schnurman'a Wholesale and Retail " Emporium on the Market Square. Tfbrtimry 18. f—4w

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

Allentown Letter List Amos Antrim, Ann Boas, G. T. Brock, Philip Beck, Ann DauVrt, M. Darby, Win. Foster, Reuben Fegely, Wm. Gosler, Solomon Goeble, Alex. Grim, Sarah Gangwere, AnnGangWere, A. W. Gangwere, Mary A. Guth, Jacob Heninger, Ellen Horn, Mary Heckrote, Edwin Hatlacher, Eliza Horn, W. E. Hoods, James Hittel, Joseph Hecker (tanner,) Eliza Heintzman, T.. J. Hagins, Henry Johnston, Jesse Keck, Peter Kurtz, August Kuetin, Chas. Kline, Eliza Kuntz, Henry Kemmcrer, Isabella Lehr, Charles Ludwig, Wiihnm Lorash, Solomon Lorash, David Long, Thomas More, John Moyer. George Major. M. Newhard, Paul Nunnernacher, Henry Odenheimer. Charles Ocbs, Charles Reinsmjth,.RebeccaRhoad8,Genrge Rhoads. Maria JRitter, George Stoll, Charlotte Shade, Malvina Schriver, Tilghman Smith, G. Steinberger, Maria Snyder, Wm. Snyder.-ftebecca Sharer. Henry Scholl. Isabella Seip, Abraham Spinner, Geo ' , Trapp, Reuben D. T . roxel, John, Winke, Ephraim WennerV C: F. Young, Jacob' ZlnVmermaW. FebTtmry 2...

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

mmwsMm mi» By virtue tirld in pursuance of an order issued out of the Orphans Court ofthe county of Lehigh, there will be exposed to public sale, on Saturday the third of March next, at 10 o'clock, in tbe forenoon, on the premises, a certain j^gi Imif Story House, rnniM. Bnc * k°l °f Ground, situated on the l"l»rPI enst side of Margaret street, in tha Borough of Allentown, county of Lehi gh, ' bounded on the north by a public street, on the east by a twenty feet wide alley, on the south, by a lot of Charles S. Bush, and on the west by said Margaret street, being lo .t numbered in the plaii of said Borough 130. It being the real estate of Gottlieb Beiideri deceased, late.of the Borough of Allentown. The Conditions will be made known on the day of sale and due attendance given by Pii/iir H. Goepp, Administrator ' . B y Order oj the Court, John D. Lmvall, Clerk; . Februnry 8. *fl-*-4w

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

LIC SALE . /—OfTersonal I'roperly-Will be sold at | ublic sale, on Saturday the 10th dnv of March next, at the house of the undersigned near TREXLER'S FURNACE, in Longsivanip township, 'Berks county,'nt 10 o'clock in ihe forenoon, the following personal property, to' wit t Ten Cows, two Heif- pf&g&fr' ers, ten Oxen, a full- JS^w^ blooded Devonshire Bull, a tT ^*g** T*l**> *? fine pair of Mutch Horses. 4 working burses, 2 Colts, two four horse Wagons with Boddies. one 1 horse Wagon, 1 Cnrt, Ploughs. Harrows, W.ind-mill, the best kind of Harness, besides a large variety of farming utensils too numerous to mention. The Conditions will be made known on the day of sate and due attendance given b y • WILLIAM TREXt,ER. Feb. 8. *fl—4w.

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

PUBLIC SALE. Will Vie sold nt i ublic sale- on Thursday the 20ih day of March next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the House of the subscriber, in Salisburg township Lehigh county, the following personal property to wit: UlIis, Cows. Oxen and young cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Ploughs and Harrows, Wood-sleds, Hay-ladders and Bolsters, four horse Wagon, hay and manure Forks, and a large variety of House and Farming utensils, too numerous to mention. The conditions will be made known on the day of sale and due attendance given by WILLIAM DIEHL. Feb. 22d. • —Aw

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

Pub c Sale Will be sold at public sale on Saturday the 3d of March next, at the house of William W. Wagner.d«c'<\., late ofthe Borough of Allentown, al 1 o'clock in the afternoon, the following personal property to wit. Five Shares of 'Odd Fellow's Hall Stock,' 2Mnhogany Bureaus, Mahogany Wardrobe, ¦^&>$&&g) Dining and Breakfast Tables, fi&ai^^l A Detached Lever Watch, an 8 day Time Piece, Cool Stove wilh Pipe, Venilian Window Blinds, a large lot of Carpets, 1 large Mahogany Looking Glass, besides other House and Kitchen furniture, too numerous to mention. The conditions will be made known on the day of sale, and due attendance g iven, b John Waoner, ? a REDECCAWAONER,$** rfWrS - Feb. 15. *J—4w.

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

SKDIHKGiEl Notice is hereby given that all claims due the estate of the late Samuel Bunk, dee'd. ton satisfied nn or before the first day .of April next* will be put in suit immediately tifler that time. Circumstances imperative upon the administrators render this course necessary. c°£N S1 ——• Jan. 25. f —4w

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

Watch Found ^l[SSffiS***g> T rie undersigned has on the j M^s Sf A^ag^ i 1th of January last found a waicli, in Weisenburg township, Lehigh county. The rig ht owner, by proving his property, can take up the same, by paying the cost of advertising. DAVtt)METZGER. Feb. 1. . ' .. . • ,,,.... I—4W.

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

imiua-Mm ATTORNEY ASD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, May be consulted during Court week, and afew days before,al the house of David Stem, Innkeeper, in Allentowa. ' August 5. ly—*

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