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

£r©smi(B ^a The Copartnership heretofore exislingunder the firm of Fret:, Kern «$• Co., was dissolved on the 2d inst., in consequence of the death of Joseph Saeger, all persons therefore indebted to the said firm. will please call at the Store of their successors Pretz,Guth& Co., between now and the first day of May next, after which time the claims will be placed in the hands of a magistrate for collection. CHRISTIAN PRETZ,-) Survivin „ WILLIAM KERN. [ Zr Z"f H. WEINSHEIMER, J 2 «rl "ers - March 15. ' II—Ow

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

C.Jfl.niWK, ATTOBSEY ARDCOUNSELLOR AT LAW, Has taken the Office of the late Samuel Runk, Esq., and will promptly attend to all business entiusted to his care in this and the adjoining counties. Mr. Runk may bo consulted in the German, as well as'English. Refer to Hon. J. M. Porter, Easton, Pa. ' , Prof. S. Grcenleaf, Cambridge, Mass. Hon. W. Kent, New York City. June 13. t—4w

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

m®w]i(®m Notice is hereby given that all claims due the estate of the fate Samuel Runk, dee'd. not satisfied on or before the first day of April next, will be put in suit immediately after that time. Circumstances imperative, upon the administrators render this course necessary. JOHN RUNK,? " , .. C. M. RUNK, S ^mmulratori. Jan. 25. X—4w

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

New Mercantile Firm •Messrs, Jflerts A'JLandis, Respectfully inform their friends and the public in general, that they have opened their new establishment, in the riew 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

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

Rrandreth and Wrights Pills. Country merchants and others, are hereby notified, that the far famous Pills of Doctors William A. Wright, and Benjamin Brandreth, are constantly kept for sale at the office of the "Lehigh Register" T)y the Dozen boxes, ' at Wholesale prices. . April 17 *—•*>?!'

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

Henry C. Longnecker, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Has resumed the practice of his profes sion in Lehig h and the adjoining counties His office is in the. residence of the late Hon Jon W. Hornbeck, in Hamilton street, Bor ough of Allentown. January 11. U—6m

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

!D!R»'lMWmm»MIMl!19 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. 16. ' ' U—4w

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

• CP"Do not think that your-learning and genius, your wit or sprightness, are' Welcome everywhere. 1 was once told that my company was disagreeable because I appeared so uncommonly happy; and ' maiiy good housewives declare they do out liko-yom learned, bookish husbands.

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

fDMilBS 1DJM3, ATTORNEi AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, May be consulted during Court week, and a few days before,at the house of David Stem, Innkeeper, in Allentown. August 5. l y—*

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

JR. JWWKOFF, ATTORNEY A T LAW. Office East of the C< u ' House and nearly opposite, at the cornet if Margaret and Hamilton streets. Mav 25 *—fim

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

JOB PRINTING Of every description, neatly executed at the Office of the "Register."

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

ine Township Elections. The following, persons were on rriuay, 16lh inst., elected io fill the several offices in the different townships of Lehigh county : ALLENTOWN. — Judge, Amos Ettinger ; Inspectors, Joseph Weaver, Nathan Metzger ; Assessor, David Stem ; Ast. Assessors , William Mertz, 'Aaron Troxel ; Justice of the Peace, John F. Ruhe, Eli J. Saeger; Constables , Samuel Hartman, Samuel Burger. LOWER MACUNGY.—Judge, Jacob Michael ; Inspectors, Jpseph Keck, Jacob Welzel; Assessor , David Donner: Ast. Assessor*, John Singmaeler, David Herlzog; Supervisors, Geo ' . Bare, John Ortt ; Constable , Andrew Neumoyer; Auditor , Henry Gabriel ; Clerk, Solomon Diefenderfer. UPP. A1ILFOKD. — Judge, Sol. L. Holder; Insjicclar , Reuben Stabler, William Shantz; Assessor, Daniel Mohr; Ast. Assessors , Anthony Krause, Abel Johnson; Supervisors, George Bachman, Lazarus Weidner; Sclioot Directors , Joshua Slahler, John Miller, Charles Foster ; Auditor, Charles W. Weiandt; Treasurer Solomon K...

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

Physical Education. We make the following extract from the annual report ol the Hon. Horace Mann, Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education. It is within but a few yeara, that the study of physiology lias been introduced as a branch of education into our schools , and it is still not 60 generally adopted as is desired.— We may reasonably expect, however, from the attention which has of late been bestowed upon the subject ,-b y the increase of popular lectures and llie multi plication of text books for the use of schools , that the importance of he study of the lawsoflife by youth, will ere long be generally recognized : "Now modern science has made nothing more certain, than thai bolh, good and ill heallh are direct result of causes , mainly within our own control. In other words, the health of the race is dependent upon tho conduct of the race. The health of ihe invidual is determined primarily by his parents; secondarily, by himsalf. The vigorous growth; of the body, ils...

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

Extra Session of the Senate. WisrtisoTox, March 21, 1840. In the opening ofthe session this morning.lhe debate on the resolution reported yesterday by the Select Committee, in relation to the eligibility of Gen. Shields, was resumed-Mr. Calhoun moved to amend the resolution by adding thereto as an amendment, that he was ineligible at the commencement of the term for which he was elected. A long discussion ensued by Messrs. Webster, Rusk, Atchison, Shields, Seward, Douglass, Foolc, Hale, Calhoun, Berrien, and Underwood, in the course of which several other unimportant modifications were suggested. Mr. Foole, at the request of Gen. Shields, withdrew his motion lo pas tpone subject until the next session. Mr. Shields then tendered a letter of resignation as Senator. Arc Webster objected to the reception of the resignation. Mr. Shields not being eligible as a Senator, he of course had no power to resign. - Mr. Cass moved, to lay the whole subject upon the table. Negatived by a vot...

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

ujauc uui ui 5 in Gleanings from Exchanges. » » cuo uuuc.are now use in England, and sell at the rate of fity for 29 cents. They are pronounced to be flexible as the quill, and far more durable. BTDr. Locke, of Cincinnati, has * bten donated $10,000 by Congress, for his great invention of the"Magnetic Clock." \3TGeneral Wool is now in Washington. Eg" Marry not a gambler, a tippler or a haunter of taverns, because, he'who has no regard for himself will never have any for his wife. ETsTAdultery is set down in the Electoral law of France, as a disqualification for office. The vote in the" Chamber of Deputies, for disqualification, was—ayes 286; noes 229. EST" The new Republic of Rome will not be governed by a President; as in France and America, but by three Consuls, as in the ancient days ofthe republic. t3F Charles B. Penrose, Esq., to whom has been assigned the office of Assistant Treasurer* was . Solicilor of the same Department, under the Harrison Administration, and is ever...

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

Gold Dollars, The following is the bill which passed the House of Representatives on the 20lh ' tilt, and was confirmed by the Senale on the last day of its session: Section I. Thai it shall be lawful henceforward to make at the mint and its branches twenly dollar gold coins,' of the weight of five hundred and sixteen grains, and gold dollar coins, of ihe weight of. Iwenty-five grains and eighttenth, which coins shall be legal lenders of payment according to their nominal value. Src. 2. That the above mentioned coins shall be made, in all icspects in conformity with the existing laws regulating the coinage at the mints, except that on the reverse of the gold dollar the figure of the eagle shall be otmlled. .Sec.3. That in adjusting the weights of gold coins henceforward, the following deviations from ihe standard weight shall not be exceeded in any ofthe single pieces, namely : In the double eagle, Ihe eagle and half eagle, one half of a grain, and in the quarter-eagle and gol...

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

Washington Movements. It is said by tho very Intelligent corresponeent of the Baltimore Patriot, that the President has determined as a general rule to remove no officer whose commission has less than six months to run, except for special causes; and that no appointments will be made now, except of officers whose commissions have exp ired' , or will expire while the Senate is. in session. In these cases it is necessary, by law that the nominations should be made now. — It may be a month or more,ft>efore new appointments are made. It is the desire of the President and his Cabinet not to remove any officer, except for pressing reasons. Tho commissions in most cases, will be allowed, to expire, and then when the question of re-appointment comes up, the administration will decide who shall fill it, wilh reference only lo the public interest. The Intelligencer stales for the information of those who have had occasion to correspond with the gentlemen who have lately been call...

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

^ The New Mormon Temple. f lie i\ew Mormon temple at the tail Lake is to be asplendid building. A wrileriu Niles ' Republican says:— '•They enclose a lot 17 miles long and 12 miles wide, wilh a mud wall 8 feet high and 4 (eet thick. There are to be four cities inside. They have discovered mountain rock thai resembles Cornelian stone, which the writersays is beautiful for temples and eilkrs. The size of the temple is uol staled, but ils highest point is lo be 000 feet, and can be seen SO miles eiiher way. The parly lhat went out last session lost many ofiheir oxen—having died Willi what they called the "swell head. " Many of the streams which they crossed weie so strongly impregnated wilh alkali that they date not let their ealtle drink. On the shores of many of the lakes a crust is formed an inch and a half thick. They break up this crust , scrape off the dirt on the bottom and top, find it pure saleratus. Strange as lliis may seem, il is nevertheless true, and the writer coll...

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

Science in the K'tclicn.—Professor Liebig in -a leiter to Frof. Silliman, s ' ays : The method of roasting is obviously the best to make flesh the most nutritious. But it does not follow that boiling is to be interdicted. If a piece of meal be put into cold water, and this healed to boiling, and boiled until it is "done," it will become harder and have less tasle, than if the same piece had been thrown into water already boil* ing. In the first case the matters grateful to thei smell and taste, go into the extract — the soup ; in the second, the albumen of the meat coaga* lates from ihe surface inward, and invelopes the inlerior wilh a layer-which is impregnable Id water. Try il. *-»- The Jews is HiMnuno.—The Senate of Hamburg is about to convene an assembly of the citizens, for the sole purpose of introducing a bill for the emancipation of ihe Jews, in compliance wilh the Sec. 20 of ihe fundamental law of the German people. The council of Sixty has; according to ihe statement oft...

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

Women in California. The demand for marriagablo women, says a lady writing from San Francisco , to a friend in Massachusetts , seems lo be as great as (or gftods. This is Ihe only country in the world where women are properly appreciated. — The proportion of males in llie territory is five to one of females , and the .labor of females is as much needed in cooking, &c , at the gold region, as the males. There have been more marriages the last few months than in ten years previous , in this country. The squaws before they will go to the gold region, make efforts lo get white husbands , which they soon obtain in ihe present stale of affairs. Father Manaque, llie Catholic priest has informed me that he married the last month 110 while men ' lo squaws. The consequence is, that the poor Indians will soon be left without any class of females from which they can choose, as certainly no white woman of whatever condition jn soci e ty, will marry an Indian, when she can readily marry...

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