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

irlAKRIUD. On the 26th of February, by the Rev. Mr. Dubs, Mr. Levi German, lo Miss Surah Ann Hunsieker, both of Heidelberg. On the 27th of February, by the same, Mr. Jeremiah H. George, of Bethlehem, to Miss Matilda Queer, of Hanover. On the 8ih ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. German, Mr. Simon Frankenfield to Miss Eliza Brinkcr, both of Saucon township. __ T^ij^ On the 23d of February, in North Whitehall, James Tilghman,son of-Abraham and Maria Bar, aged 5 years. OjKlTe lsl inst., in Washington township, Reuben Poulas, aged 35 years. On the 2d of March, in Allentown, Waller Owen, infant son of William and Rebecca Wagner, aged 1 year.

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

An Elephant on a Spree. An Elephant which is being exhibited in, New York broke loose from his place of Confinement on Thursday night the 1st inst. JThe first place he entered was a shanty, the second story floor of which he raised, upset a woman and two. children in bed, and set the place on fire. From this place he went to the corner of Molt and Bayard streets, and entered agroeery store, and sealed ils contents pretty extensively. When the owner saw him coming, he shut the door against him, but it was of little use. ' The elephant walked straight through it, and gave the owner a charge of mud. from- his trunk, for his politeness 'in shutting the door. in hia face. From this p lace he entered a school yard, next. door, to the church at the corner of Gross and Mott i . . .. -..4 -4^ 4J^*-^ -^ *i- —,^ „. ,-i greets, broke in the school-house door and did considerabledamage. Upon comingout tif ihe yard he broke down the iron railing, as though it had been so much brushwood. Aft...

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

Assignee "Notice. Notice is hereby given, that Mr. Andrew Klolz,and his wife Mary, of the Borough of Allentown, Lehigh couniy.haveon-Snturday last, the 3rd of March, made a voluntary assignment, of all their property, real, personal and mixed, to the undersigned, for the benefit of their creditors. Such, therefore, who are in nnywise indebted to the said Andrew Klotz, are immediately called upon to make settlement between now and the 14th day of May next. And those, who have any legal claims against the Assignor, wilt present them well authenticated to the undersigned, within the above specified time. GEORGE ST1NE, Assignee. - March 8. %—QvC^

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

&r®'ie;£®!£ Q Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned have taken out letters of Administration of the estute of Joseph Clader, dee'd., late of Hannover township *; Lehigh county. Therefore, all those who are indebted to said estate, will see the necessity of settling iheir accounts within 0 weeks, and all such who have any demands against the said cstale, will present their claims well authenticated wilhiti the above specified time. JOHN CLADER, - ! LEVI CLADER, ! n . , , DAN. CLADER, ?MJ "1 "rs - OW. CLADEK, J March 8. f—Ow

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

Notice to Assessors The assessors of the Borough of Allenlentown, nnd the severaKTownships, of the County of Lehigh, are hereby requested to meet in tho Commissioners office, in Allentown, on Monday the 2d day ^oTApril next, to subscribe their path of office, ( which is tobe filed in said office) obtain the assessments, the appeal notices, and receive such matter* and instructions as relates to tho performances of their respective duties. B y order oflhe Commissioners, 3. M. LINE, Clerk. . Commissioners Office, > - Allentown, March 5, 1849. S 1— *

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

Five Do ars Reward The undersigned has lost on Friday last, Twenty-Five Dollars, in five dollar notesthree of which are on the Easton Bank, and two on the Bank of Pennsylvania. The above reward will be paid to ihe person who returns the same lo the owner. ' - A. L. RUHE . . March 8. *—4w

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

¦ "" RJE ' C&W Of the Expenses of the Poor He r tJJLaTIOJ%* mse of Lehigh County, for 1848. , Sundry Expenses during the year. Dry Goods & Groceries, S 515 32 Making a coat, - 2 50 Wcavins, - 44 33 Stone Coal, - 2'Iu CI Siove and Pipe, - 8 03 Tables Benches,Bedsteads,44 43 Potatoes, for 1817, 5 CO Beef and Bacon, - 25 90v Diied Apples, - 5 12 Cider and Apples, 23 57 Tobacco, - IS 30 Wheat and Rye, . - 227 09 Ashes and Wool, 12 60 Wool Carding^! 1847, 7 20 « . ' in 1848, 4 74 Cleaning a Clock, - 75 MnkingShops, &c. 35 33 Making Brooms, - 7 41 Casting Doors, Grates, &c. 23 10 Tin Ware, - ' 20 l>2 Medicine, &c. - . 35 14 Co/litis, - - 10 50 1,324 50 Farming Utensils. For Butchering, - 0 08 Servants and Laborers, 115 00 Chestnut Rails, - 105 80 Making Post Fence, 18 50 24 Head Horned Cattle, 579 20 1 Horse, - - 100 00 WJieel-wright Work, 19 08 Black-smiths Work, 49 74 Sadler Work, - 20 80 State and Road Tax, 30 31 Lumber and Sawing,...

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

Bank m\t Ciet {Corrected Weekly from Bickneirs,VanCourt'i and Thompson's Detector.' ) Bk of N America par Mechanics bank of Bk of Pennsyiv. par Netvark i Bank of Commerce Mechanics bank at late Mbyamensing par Burlington par Bk of N Liberties par Mechanics A Man-Bk of Penn Towns, par ufacturers bank par Farmers & Mechan.par Newark banking & ' Kensington par Ins. Company i Manuf. & Mechan par New Hope Sc Dela-Mechanics par ware Br. Comp. failed Girard par ; Orange bank i Fhiladelphia _ par j Peoples bank Schuylkill v par Piainfield bank SO Souihwark par I Princeton bank . par Western par Salem banking Co. par Commercial Bank State bank at Elizaof Pennsyiv. par bethtown, Newark, Bk of the V States 25 Camden .N.Bntns-Coustht Baski. „ wiek ' Morristown,par Bk of Chambersburg 1 gS^f * ^ofGettysbure 1 KoXnk.co. pjr S^S^SUr I y cl^" ebrldBe „ Bk of Chester Co. par C ,3"* . „_M Bk of Germantown par DELAWARE. Bk of Lewistown failed Trie Banks oflhe state- Bk of ...

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

or A Competitor in Selling CHEAP Goods. It is admitted by all, that we have outstripped every house in ' ithese diggins" in the waytof selling cheap, goods. We now offer a reward of $l,O0Crforthe person that can be ' produced, within a scope ofa days journey, who is able to sell as cheap as we do. Wagner & Ruber, 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 ciiies.lhey are selling many articles one fourth less than before. Come from Ihe East, the West, the North and the South, to the Emporium of great Bur gains. '.'.' "A penny saved is a penny earned." We are determined lo sell more goods for the same amount of money, than any other establishment in town. Should any doubt the fact, we invito them lo call, and if they do not find things, as stated, we will pay them their lost time, and let them slo...

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

New Apothecary Store IN ILLENTOWN. Dr WILLIAM F. DM0W8KY, Takes this method to inform his friende, and the public in genera), 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 Drag Store-His building the public will remember in one door east of Merlz's Store, in Hamilton street in the Borough of Allentown. As the whole of his stock of Drugs, Medicines and Fixtures, besides House andJFurniture, have been destroyed by the devouring elements on the 1st of June last—made it necessaryTor himi to lay in/an entire new stock of' « DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of which he con warrant to bo genuine, and of the best quality. ' nds 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, &c, all of which he ...

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

A Fmme House For Sale Agr , * A new and convenient one and a fm»|W half story frame iiiilil Dwelling House, situated in a pleasant part of the Borough of Allentown. The House is 10 b y 24, on a lot 20 feet front by 230 deep. The terms can be made very.nccomodating, and the properly will be sold very reasonable. For particulars enquire at this Office. Jan. 25. f-4w Hiram Brobst, t)eTa\\st m AWeutovm. £ JL\ Respectfully informs his friends g£Q 3j «tjiand the public in general, that he still continues the practice of his profession in all its various brunches, 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 Store of Grim & Reninger, on the Northwest corner of Market Square, entrance on Allen street. Recommendation t Mr. Hiram Brobst has practiced as Dentist in this place for the Inst three months, nnd in consequence of his superior abilities in the profession, we recommend...

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

GLASS 150 boxes Glass of all sizes, for sale by O. & J. SAEGER. " WHITE LEAD.—1 ton of White Lead just received, Pure and Extra, and for sale by O.&J.SAEGER. NAILS.—200 Kegs of the best Nails, Brads and Spikes, just received, and for sale by O. & J: SAEGER. ^ SHOE-FINDINGS.—A large assortment of Shoe-Findings, just received and for sale by/ O.&J.SAEGER. TO BUILDERS.—A large assortment of Hinges, Screws, Nails, Bolts with Mineral Knob Locks, German Locks and Latches, &c, just received and for sale by O.&J.SAEGER. ~ LOOKING-QL.ASSEsT^A spiendTdlot of Looking Glass Plales, and Frames of all sizes for sale by O. & J. SAEGER. ^ILS_ & ~ VARNISH.^Oils_ of all kinds, boiled arid raw, Turpentine, Newark Varnish of all kinds, Glue, &c,—will be sold cheap by O. &. J. SAEGER. PLANES.—A full assortment of Planes of John Bell's best make, also a large assortment of Carpenter's Tools, for sale cheap by O. & J...

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

—¦a——— gg Bgs^=== . . . . . = Poor House Account. The Account of Charles Saegcr, Treasurer of the Directors of the Poor, of Lehigh County, from Jan. 1, 1848, to Jan. 1, 1819. 1848, Jan ' . 1. To balance as per. last year's account, - . 8 236 37 To cash received of Edward Kohler, Esq., on account for board* ing Levi Kern, - - CO 00 To cash of Thomas Faust, for a Horse sold him, - - 75 00 To cash of Edward Kohler.Esq., ~ balnncefor boarding and funeral __ expenses of Levi Kern, - 31 65 To ~ casli~of Grim and Reninger, for Oals sold ihem, - 94 27 To cash of John Sager, Esq. the amount of fine for gambling paid into his office, - - 3 00 To cash drawn froni the County Treasury, as per orders, - 4,500 00 Total, - - - S 5,000 29 Cy Cash paid 101 orders $ 4,448 8» y error in last years report, 31 22 By Balance in the Treasury, 520 18 Total, - . - $.5,000 29

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

INew Mercantile Firm •Messrs. ' tiller Ix &' Lundis, Respectfully inform their friends and the public in general, that ihey have opened their new establishment, in tho new brick building, one door next to Dr. Danowsky 's Apothecary and Drug Store, in Hamilton street, in the Borough of Allentown, where they are now unpacking a very large assortment of M DRY GOODS, - fiaa Groceries fPpffffif and Eurthcn ware, all of which they will dispose of at tho very lowest prices or exchange them for country produce. They will sell all kinds of woolen Clothes, at least $1 cheaper per yard, than before, Satinetts, 25 cents, Calicoes 3 cents ' per yard, white red and yellow Flannels, 12] cents per yard, handsome fine Ginghams and Muslin de .Laines at I2J cents per yard, other goods comparatively cheap. The have both been in the mercantile business for a number of years, and are full y satisfied that the.y haveselected a slock ol goods as cheap if not cheaper than ever before offer...

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

JYJEW Boot. Shoe and Hat Store The undersigned have just opened a Now Boot, Shoe, Hat and Variety Store, in tho 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' T/tich, Kip and Cal f Boots, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Morocco, Kid pffd Leather boots and shoes of every variety, superior Gaiter and half Gaiters,-togelher-with-an_e.vtensii^_ass^tmen of Gumshoes for men, women nnd 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 and Wool hats of^very description. A large and benuliful assortment of -Cloth,-Plush, Glazed and Vel-. vet Caps, Umbrellas, Camphine, Fluid and Lard Lamps,Stockings, Gloves, &...

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

ROGEK BHOWN'S WINE & I<I<|&T 01& STORE , ' NO. 323 MARKET STREET, Between Eighth and Ninth Sirs, North side. Philadelphia. All kinds of Foreign Wines and Liquors such as— Ag% Old Oognnc Brandies, Dark rtEPjEjdlpESSand Pale, Holland Gin, Jati^pu ' iffrm maica Spirits, Irish and Scotch g^ua*fSaA ru |t Whiskey, of the very finest quality. WlftES. —Such !,s M adeira, Port, Sherry, Tuiierifle. Sweet Malaga, Muscat, ¦Clar et 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, nlso a large supply of fine Old Monongahela Whiskey on hand. The above. Liquors will be sold nt the very lowest prices. Country Merchants and Tavern Keepers, will do well to give tho undersigned a call before puichasingolsewhere, and examine the Liquors, which he vouches...

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

DOCTOR YOURSELF For 23 Ceiils BY MEANS OF THE POCKET ESCULAPIUS, or every one his own p hysician! twentieth-edition, with upwards ofa hundred engravings, showing private diseases in every shape and form, and malformations of the generative system, *"=> — ByW.YOUNG.M.D. The lime has now arrived, lhat persons suffering from secret disease, need nomore become the victim ok quackery, as by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hindrance lo business, or Ihe knowledge of the most intimate friend, and wilh One tenth the usual expense. In addition to the general routine of private disease, it fully explains the cause of manhood's early decline, iVithobservations on marriage— besides many other derangements which it would nol be proper to enumerate in ihe public prints. B?" Aiiy person sending twenty-five cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent for one dollar. Address, "DR. W. Y...

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

Winter Clothing FOR MEN AND BOYS , AT GEORGE CULIN'S, Southeast corner of Second nnd Market Strs. Philadelphia. Gentlemen visiting the city, and wishing to supply themselves with Cheap and Fashionable Winter Clothing, wilt find a large, complete and choice assortment of Hangup Coats, Cloaks, Business Coats, Dress and Frock Coats, Boys Coats ¦ in great variety, made of AmericanEnglish # French Cloths. ALSO—Pantaloons for men and Boys made of Cassimeres, Doe Skins, Satinetts, &c, &c,—Vests for men and Boys of Silk, Satin, Velvet, Cloth and Cashmere. Also, Shirts, Stocks, Handkerchiefs, &c, at the lowest possible prices for CASH. Remember, we will sell as cheap as any Clothing Establishment in the United States. * GEORGE CULIN Southeast corner of Second and Market Streets Philadelphia. (Sept. au H—-ly-

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

Cuy . c £or l\\e Toothache. Persons who are troubled wilh this painful disease, can procure a positive remedy I from ihe undersigned, at a very moderate! price. Il also possesses the quality of preserving the teeth from further decay. Such therefore who are troubled with the toothache, will know where 10 find a cure for it. DANIEL KEIPER. The undersigned citizens of Allentown, have used the Tooth Ache Drops of Daniel Kriper, and can recommend them as an effectual remedy for the painful disease. J. XV. Mickly, William Burger, Geo. Kisiler, Jeremiah Schuobel, Sarah Mnssey, Henry Hardner, Dun. Zticharias, Hiram Bt-crs, Robert Kramer, Peter DiVhl, Henry Schwartz, * E- Gangwere, W. T. Dorr, G. A. Gungwcre, November 9. ^—tfin

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

SftDlftKIHBa The Partnership of the late firm of Sei.-FBiuoE & Wilson, having been dissblved, nolicc is hereby given to all persons indebted to said firm, either by note, book account or otherwise; to make payment to the undersigned, surviving parlner of said firm, (who is ihe only person authorized to settle the accounts) between now and the first of March next, as all notes, accounts, &c. remaining unpaid after that lime, will be placed in the hands of a magistrate for collection. All persons having claims against said firm will present them to the undersi gned lor settlement, in the above specified time. The subscriber is always to be found at his residence a few doors below Stcttlerand George's Confectionary establishment. THOMAS B. WILSON. January 11. ^ j—Cw ~ jroR ~ jPRrjyTiJrci; Neatly executed at tho "Rerriiter" Office.

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