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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

19k?'.- «-ut lue.ity ni-UM-s ivrr desirnved by fire, fci Saturday uvvimiis., in nitslturg. Two liveware lost and sfcveral injured. Lu.-.s of proJiry $70,000. . . ' ¦' • ¦ ,• ' • ¦

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Frederick Bohlcii, BELL-1I1XGER, BRAJiD-CllTTER AND LOCK-SMITH, In e/lUenlown, Respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he still continues the above business in all its various branches, at his stand, one . door south of Dillinger & Craig 's Dry Goods Store, in Allen street in the Borough of Allentown, where he will also manufacture to order all kinds of ? SCREES "—¦ "Tj'i -^ ' for Druggists, Grocers. K « ' A j. nnd other branches, wari U f | ran'ed to bo strictly uccutr1 ?* *"¦«" rate, finished in the most splendid manner. He also manufactures all kinds of Locks, Door-plates, Doon-knockers.-ajni'' every other article in his line. Repairing of Locks, Lamps, in short every thing in Steel, Iron, Brass or Copper, can he repaired at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. Mr. BotixEN trusts through punctual attpndence to business and moderate charges, he will be able lo gnin a large share of public patronage, for which he will ever be than...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

- ,, /—st, " •», . ¦ "- ' t *•¦ «t ¦ ' ' ' ^SiiL' . i^ 'flmfifcb. . .<-^jt..ir f<fl«HflCtfffy I ^^^MP^5 I lfhe ' \Vaari1hgi^^#lh .'publUnes's6me I ferttter pf^icialj docmnepu from-thePhiladel' ¦' ¦jma'Mint, id relaritA^o the away of the Wk^fplijbrnia gold, ' quicksilve ' r and platina. ^rSlmSBor ' Patte^rJl. tHe l!Hrd&rJrt ? says: %. yh* "reports upo ' nfthe quality of the cin-\. nab^ir tire very sa tiPlCiory, the specimens i ' ¦j^ toidin'g'nearly one-third of their weight in quicksilver. By-consulting authorities on %Uie subject, it appears thai the mines of Al' maden, in Spain, yield on dh average ten per eenrvof mercury* i and'at Id ria.'cres containing only one fvt cent, are worked, although they are found in all proportions from that low p»r- centage up to 8(1. , The importance of this discovery in California is greatly, enhanced by the, nearness of a constant and absorbing market—large. quantities of mercury bemfe required for the amalgamationi of s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

SiapiM 3iftl3, The Sheriff of Lehi gh county will put up the following properties al public sale at the time and places hereafter mentioned. On Tfilu-sdny the 25th day of January, at 1 ojclopk in the afternoon,a certain lot of groni/d, /situate in Washington township, -bomide,or by.lands of ttghn D. Bowman and Jacobl?. Mailer, containing :1 acres and 20 Mperches , on which is erected a one story frame Dwelling House, and a Stable, with all the outbuildings. It being the property of Daniel Breyfogel. On Friday the 2(ith of January, at the house of Charles Hittel j nt 1 o'clock in ihe afternoon, a lot or piece of land, situate in South.. Whitehall - township, bounded by M lands of John Shaad; George Shuler and others, containing; 2 acres, on which is erected a one story log house und a log stable. It bJih' s the properly of Joseph Wonheim and Aa-; ron Kepp. I On Saturday the 27th of January, at the I house of Jonathan Kulb, it) the Borough .of Allentown, at 10 o' clock in the foreno...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Lippard's Newspaper. ' ^ " Tht Quaker City I" / Edited by George LippardC1 / Authur of " Washington and his ^ Gen/- rnls, or Legends of the Revolution ;" "The Quaker City," " Paul Ardenheinj-« The Monk of the Wissnhickon,'J<^tcT ,Terms, two dollars per year, invariably in advance. Single numbers five cents. This paper will beWitirely different from auy other publication,.oRthe present day.— It is designed to be, in every respect, a popular Journal, devoted to such matters of Literature and news as will interest the great mass of readers. It will be edited by George Lippard, whose Legends of the Revolution have become household words throughout the United States, and whose works hnve been re-published in England and Germany, where they have sold by hundreds of thousands. The New World, (edited by Park Benjamin,) pronouncesGeorge Lippard "the ' >- Eugene Sue of America, possessing graph- iv^ ic powers, which even excel those of the great French Novelist." He needs no e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Now is YolrTliiie to Buy Cheap frun M Hardware. KarHrffrdflonngy: , Respectfull y teifprrri their friends and the public in genera, thai they are delerinint'd to sell, their large stock of Iron just nceived. comprising umop; others . Si® T is English Iron, such as S quare mil Rmintl. All ' sizes nf Waggoii j tine, wj j- .h \yij|M^ojil at 2| cents a pound, and fd Jas ' h rtl 2} cents. 'Hammered at 4 cents, nd all sizes.American rolled very cheap. Sur-BJacksmiU Anvils, of the best kind atl warranted, a Hi cents a pound. A lot of Horse ffail Rods,-the best in the United States, waranted. ALSO—Cast, §iear, Blister and Spring Steel, will be soldhl extraordinary low prU ces, together wilhli ?e. ry extensive assort-(llliaiigl rlARDwARE, Saddlery, Coach Trimmings, &c. l • Mechanics Tools such as Planes_SnWs, nnd all other kinds jif Tools, whic^vill be sold at lower ' rates, tian any olher house in the United States. Thankful for past favors they have received from a genenus public...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Delaware, Lcliigli, Schuylkill midSusqllrliftniKi Hail lioad Conipuiy , Pursuant to the Act of Inconorntibn, Ihe Stockholders of ihe company ' ;will meet at the office of James Al. Porter, Esq. in Easton, Pa., on the second Monduyof January, A. D. 1849, being the eighthday of the month, at 2 o ' clock P. M. to elo/t by ballot, a President, six Managers, a Treasurer and Secretary of said Company, forjhe ensuing year. J. N. Hutchinson, Stcfelary. December 9, 1848. i H—5w PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, the Hon. J. Prinrle Jones, President of the several Courts ofiCommon Pleas of the Third Judicial District, composed of the couiiues of Berks, Nofhampton and Lehigh, in Pennsylvania, one Justices of the several Courts of Oyer and tlVrminer and general Jail delivery, and IVter Unas, and-Jacob Dillinger, Esf|rs„ Jtidg-s of the Courts of Oyer nnd Terminer and general Jail delivery, for the trial of nil clpilul offenders In the said county of Lehfjh. By their precepts to me directed, have ordered t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Gen. Quitman ' s Servant. Henry Nichols, by the name and style of "Harry ,"has been the faithful and confiding ^od y-serVtehi of the General for the last eigb> teen years. Through exultation and de*- pression, victory and defeat, sunshine and ¦ storm, Harry, hns ever • been present, and faithful to execute the mandate of his master. He has made the tour of the United States and the Canudas, and when the infant Ret public of Texas was struggling for a place 1 among tho stars and stripes, be ncaompanft ied his. master, who was then CapT; <4uit ' B innn, through these perilous scenes, and H while walking over the battle ground of San H Jacinto, looking very sad at the sight of the ^^ numerous dead, his master asked him what ^Lhe was thinking about. He replied that he ^Bwas thinking what fools these yellow men ^ ¦were for fig hting white folks. But it was ^Bres ervca for Harry to illustrate the annals ^^nf his race at the storming of Monte rey, for ^^ B will be recol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

MARRIED. At JTercerburg, Fa. December 14, by the Rev. Mr. Phillips, Rev. Thomas T. Yeager, of Ihe Lutheran Church , Reading, to Miss Mary Ann Palsgrave, of Mercersburg. Ofithe 17 of December, by the Rev. Mr. Krfrnmerer, Mr. Joseph Dielz, to Miss Sara\,9nn Rudolph, both of Up. Milford. '' At\Bethlehem, on the 20th of December, by th\ Rev. Schultz. Mr. Lewis F. Beckel, to \[\M\Calharine R.Ebcrman. On the 21st of December, b y the Rev. Mr. Dubs, ,Mr. Charles II. Knauss, of Alb-ni'mvn, to .Miss . iSVzra/i Ann Kemmercr,o( Salisbnrg township. On the ' 24th of December,, by the some, Hiram B. Knauss, to Miss Caroline A'le-Wf//, both of South Whitehall. On the 31st of December, by the same, Mr. Amandes Franfz, of North Whitehall, to Miss Caroline Schmidt, of Saucon. On the 7th of January, by the same, Mr. Adam Buehler, to Miss Mary. Ann Johnson, of Allentown. At Boston * on the 2-lih of December, by the Rev. Mr. Gundesheim, Mr. Tf'illiam S. Jf' eil, merchant of Allentown, to Miss Hahn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

'- ' • ¦i..^.....,.ir. Trial JAsi FOR JANUARY TERM, 1849. ' Benjamin Jarret, vs. George Beisef. ' ' '• ' Paul Mjller, vs. John G. Goundie. . George Wenner, vs. Asahel Beach. ' David Roth, vs. George 8. Xander. Reuben Faust add wife, vs. Jacob Selfert and. wife. ., ' ¦ . ' .' ¦ • Daniel Ludwig, vs. Frederick Klinei Peter Kline, vs. MichaslKlinei; /. Moses Y. Beach vs. Danieland Edwin Keiper. Peter Hoffman, vs, Jacob Zimmerman. Christian Pret*, et al vs. Yardley it Bnclcman. S. and W. Fogel vs. Maudes Fugel. Same vs. same. Christian Ont, vs. Thomas Shnler. Henry Mest, vs. Daniel and Henry Yeager. Aaron Guth vs. Nathan Schaffer. Jacob Bitz vs. Joseph H. Weidner, Catharine Grim's use vs. Peter Schneider his feoffeesnnd-terre tenants. Catharine Grim's use vs. the.Administrator of -x John Schneider, deceased. -J«$Hip& Moore, vs. Jonas Yefger, StewarNfe Hopkins, vs. Thomas Wicker'. Eve Licht>Administrators, &c. vs. Henry Sellers. Thomas Craig vs. the Lehigh Cra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

-.- .1 . ;. '• . . i. jt.., Ner IvhiMer & Dressmalcer In Coojiersburg. .;, Miss Susan Sdiairer, Takes p leasure to inform her old ciiswmera, nntl the public in general, thfitsshe1 ! still " ¦ continues the Milliner and Mantua-maklri g business in till its various branches, in the village of Coopersbnrg, Lehigh county. She has lately returned from Philadelphia, with a.beautiful assortment of - thi;/newest and P most fashionable style .of. MDIES BONNETS, such 11s ' Silk, Silk Velvet, Satin, " Plush; &c, of al) colors, styles and prices, a targe variety ' of Ribbons, IfVenfcri and American Artificials, Caps of all kinds, comprising mourning and others, made in • the neatest style, all ol which will be disposed of at ' the very lowest terms.; ' Cloaks, Dresses, awl Mantillas, " will be made-in ihe latest fashionable styles and in the neatest nnd most expeditous manmer. Sh« has also made arrangements to. receive the monthly Fashions from Philadelphia, bolh in the Dres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

^ jprtceg tortnfr i ARTICLES. I Per AticrltlEaitonPhii da j: f Flour... " i ' . . Barrel 5 50i 5 501 '6 &$ ^ I ,. Fheat Bttsh. 1 00 1 06 1:80 < V %^ — 65 65 70 Com ..... — 50 65 06t (tats . . . , . — 25 80 M Buckwheat. . — : 4fli " 40 '«Btf ^ Flaxseed ... — 1 25 1 80 I 40 ' Cloverseod . . 1- 8 25 4 00 4 00 Timothyseeri . — ' 2 00 2 75 2 60 Potatoes ... — 30 85 66' Salt. . . ' . . , ¦ 'i,; C50 .45 40 Butter .... Pound 16 12 18 Lard — 9 10 9 Tallow .... — 0 fl -8 Beeswax ... — 25 25 27 Ham ..... -— 9 ti 10 .Flitch . . . . — 7 (i 6 Tow-yam. — 6 Sj 8 Eggs ..... Doz. 18: 10 15 ' Rye Whiskey Gall. 25j 25 28 Apple Whiskey — . 20j 25 28 Linseed Oil ' . . — , 1551 65 65 Hickory Wood Cord j 4 50j 4 50 0 00 Oak Wood . . — 1 3 50i 3 GO 5 00 Egg Cool... Ton i 8 75j. 4 00 4 50 Nat Coal ... — j 2 50| 3 00 8 50 Lump Coal. . — j 3 50| 2 50 2 05 Plaster . . . . 1 — I 4 50l 4 50 2 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

m '^j > ..r • .... ¦•¦ ....:. i ggtlral of the Washlngton# , The steamship Washington arrived at the New York dock on the 8th instant, the news brought by her is not of great importance. , The number of cases of cholera reported in London oh the 10th ultimo was 181, out of which there occurred 53 deaths. The whole number of cases in London and vicin-, ity was 728, and in Scotland 1,820, making a tolal of 2,548, out of which there had occurred 1,200 deaths. The intelligence from France is highly interrestlng., Louis Napoleon's majority over General Cavcignnc already exceeds four millions. Alread y some difficulties have taken place rimongthe friends of Louis Napoleon., on account of the belief that the Prince will overstep-the bounds of discretion in hisattempts to propitiate the existing parly of Republicans. ~ j_. Flour has declined one shilliug a barrel, in the London and Liverpool markets.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

. SKD&icam* The Partnership of the late firm of Selfridoe & Wilson, huving been, dissolved, notice is hereby given lo nil persons indebted to taitl firm, either by note, book account or otherwise, to make payment to the under signed, surviving partner of said firm, (who iu ihe only person authorized to settle the acriitinis) In iiwi-.ii now anil ihe first of March in m, iim till iic-ti'.-*. accounts, &c. remaining uii|iiiil niter Ui'ii lime, will be placed in the Inn,ils of :i iiiinjv-tinie for collection. All pci'MHo haviinr claims against said firm will piiM'iit llieiti ui tin- undersigned ior settle* inent, iu ihe nhmv specified time. The subscriber is always to be found nt his residence a few doors below Stealer and George's Gonfeciionary establishment. THOMAS B. WILSON. January 11. H"—Ow

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

J01INT.MATCHETT, Tailor In Allcntoivn. Most respectfully informs his friends and his old customers in general, that he has es- ' tablished himself on the south side of Hamilton street, a few doors below Prctz, Kern & Co's store, and~ wjll at all times be ready tci make gentlemen's garments nfter the latest London, Paris, New York and Philadel phia styles. He pledges himself to give entire sAtisfac- ^ lion to those who may favor him with their y^ patronage, and at the same time desires t<y present his acknowledgments for past favors and solicits a continuance of the'same. J November 2. ' , ^-^otr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

LANGcENHElM7 S • / Daguerreotype Establisj unent, BxehnngejXbiJir-rHtri^piill. The Hon ^ HfilTOY CLAY visiting this Establishment for the purpose of having a Daguerreotype taken, ' expressed flattering opinions on this favorite place of the "beauty and fashion" of Philudetphiai 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 Portraits of all sizes are. executed equall y well, Philadelphia April, 25. " ff—ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

TAKE NOTICE. Dont let yourselves be deceived, bought or caught by fictitious ptices, that are published in the papers. The undersigned sell as Ipw as our next neighbors, and in fact as low as any commission house in Allentown. We do not deem it necessary to publish prices, in order to inform the public that we sell at lower rates than others — all we ask. is, that such who purchase Iron, Hardware, &c. should give us a call, and they will find that "Saeger's •Hardware Store" sells as loiv if not lower than any house in town, O. & J. SAEGER, Iron i$- Hardware Store, Allentown. January 11. ^—5w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

. " »1®rat(D&L ' ¦" ' " Notice is he ' reby^given, thnt the undersigned have taken out letters of Administration of the estate of John Brong, dee'd, late ofSalsburg township,Lehigh county. Therefore all those who are indebted to said estate, will see the necessity of settling their accounts Within 0 Weeks,, and such who have any demands against said estate, will present their claims Well authenticated within the above specified tithe. JOHN APPEL, Salsburg. GEORGE BRONG,, Bucks Co. Administrators' de bbnis non. Nov. 510* *<=«8w. I . , ¦ , ^ -v.rT . .« ='- , ; 14 • •¦• .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

DIED. At Philadelphia, on the 14lh of December, Catharine Amanda, daughter of Peter and Fayetta Sieger, aged 0 years. On the 1st of December, in South White ^ hall, Elizabeth, widow of the Inte Henry Schneider, nged 80 years. On the 2nd of January, in Lower Macungy, Charles Gangewer, nged 29 years.

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