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

Excellent Advice I—Whatever you do, friend, don't pormit yourself to be dunned by the poor printers. Fay those miserable fellows in advance , or at least as soon as their bills are HMuamntmii*.

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

^^ ' ?? — Hy George Getz, Esq., has been elected Mayor, ofthe cily of Reading. <r

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

E!)c £el)igl) ftegister .

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

A Visit to the Dead Sea and the RIYER JORDAN, Jerusalem is generally made the headquarters of travellers during their sojourn in the central district of Palnstine, and from this point they visit those places Which are so intimately connected with the ministry of our Lord. Upon this occasion We shall pay a visit to the Dead Sea and the River Jordan. Leaving Jerusalem about two o'clock in the afternoon by the JelTa Gate, equipped for this journey through the district where the traveller was liable in ancient days to fall amongst thieves—and at the present day is equally in danger of ihe same molestation—we made rather a formidable .appear* ancc. Two Janisaries proceeded armed with pistols, swords and other demonstrations of n belligerent nature, and their staves of office accompanied by tho Sheick Hamxlam (the recognized protector of travellers tsn the western side of the Jordoti) and some of his followers. When Mehemet AH had Syria under his control, there was no necessity fo...

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

Iinporlaitt Invention. We had the pleasure a few days since of examining models of proposed improvements in railways, and in the construction of locomotives and cars. We cannot but think that the improvements to which we allude will stand the test of experiment, and answer ihe purposes for which they were intended, if so, a new and most important period will have arrived in this age of iron and steam. First, a railroad may be laid down over the ordinary undulations of the earth like a turnpike road, and engines and cars can be so constructed that they can go over it with safety. To accomplish this object the invention enables, the engineer by ' mechanical means lo supply any degree of adhesion which maybe required at any irfstant, and to dispense with it the moment he ceases to need it. And todothis there are no rack rails or cog-wheels, or centre-rail; nor is there, by this plan, as much resistance to the progress of the train as would be caused by adding weight to the engine...

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

A Wild Woman. So sure are the people on the Navidad that it is a wild human being, that we understand a reward of forty cows and calves has been offered to any one who would capture it. It is supposed by some that there was once a man and woman, but that the man liad died. How true this conjecture is, we cannot say ; but there can hardl y be a doubt but a wild man or woman has inhabited ihe Navidad Mustang bottoms, nearTexana, for many years. Il cannol be a negro, mule or female, because the track forbids the conclusion. We incline to think it a Mexican wotiKin. 1'ho priucij nl reason for believing it to be a woman, arises from its track, which has often been seen, and which resembles exactly that of a small and delicate female. It frequently visits the neighboring houses at nights for the purpose of picking up such articles as it can lay hands on—clothing particularly, of which it is supposed, from the quantity missing from lime to lime, it has enough lo set up a respectabl...

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

Particular Notice Great Rush of Customers! Old Schmtrman , has just returned from Philadelphia and New Yoik, with his first purchase for the season,- of Spring and . Summer Goods, all of which have been selected wilh the greatest care. The unpacking of the same, is creating unusual uproar rinJ confusion amongst customers, all of whom are determined to have the first choice. What occasions this, is explained by the display of splendor and cheapness which is truly wonderful, all he desires of his friends is a little patience, instead of so much crowding, and all will be waited upon. The articles purchased consist in part of Silks—Shaded, Chnmillion, Black Satin Figured, Figured Gro de Naples, B B Gro de Swiss and Indian. Mouse de Latins—Mode Cplorod.NeW Style, Figured and Colored. .Alpacas—Silk Warp, Figured and Mode Colored, Black, and B B Black. Ginghams—French, German, Scotch and Domestic. Prints—Purple, Double Purple, Meriniack und Common. Clothes—French, English and Zephyr....

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

Homestead Exemption in Ohio. A Homestead Exemption bill was introduced into the Ohio Senate, a few days ago, by Dr. Dimmock, which provides that, from the passage of-this act, it shall be lawful for any resident of Ohio, beinga bead of a family, to purchase nnd set apart, as a Homestead, a tract o! land not exceeding one hundred and sixty acres, and the buildings thereon—the whole not to exceed in value one thousand dollars; or, in lieu of a tract of land, n house and lot in any recorded town plat, orcity, or village, not exceeding one thousand dollars. He may hold the same for the exclusive benefit of himself and family, exempt from execution or sale, except for the purchase money of the same. The exemption is not to extend to a mortgage on the same, but the morigageis not to be considered valid unless signed by the wife, or, in case of her death, by all the children of the mortgager. If the head of a famil y is not the owner of a homestead, or other real estate, he may sel...

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

Sheriffs Sale Will be sold on Saturday the 14th day of April, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, nt the House ot Reuben Moyer, in tho Borough of Allentown, the followingpropeity to wit: -A valuable lot of ground on the north ens' , corner of Hauvfhon and Jnines street, in the Borough of Allentown. The lot is 40 feet front, less a three feet alley, and 230 feet deep. ALSO—Four irncls of land shunted in Northampton township, Lehigh county No. 1.-containing 10 acres and 10 perches strict ^ rifesJL measure, on which is erected a gllJllsKwo story stone House, ggJ jgggglaFrame Barn, Wood House, and other ' outbuildings, and a good orchard. No 2. containing 5 acres and. seventy eight perches, more or less, on which is ^fcjg5&. erected a one story frame dwelling |j;;|P5t'house, with a good well of water. I'M eh No. 3. contnining l' i acres, and 131 perches, strict measure, this tract is excellent farm land. No. 4. containing 9 acres 131 perches, also good farm land. The farm tract...

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

PUBLSO SAX.B. On Easier Monday, the 'Jtli nntf Tuesday the 10vh of April, each day at 10 o'clock A. M., there will be exposed to public sale at the house of Joseph Kledcr, deceased, late of Hanover township, Lehigh county, the following articles : 3 horses and a colt, 9 head of cattle, hogs, 2 farm wagons, 1 cart with harness, pleasure carriage wilh harness, harness and flynet, ploughs and harrows, one 1 horse wag* on, a light sleigh and wood sled, hay and wood ladders, thrashing machine with horse power, windmill, cutting box, wheelbarrow, grain cradles, slonc quarrying implements, 6 bee hives and a lot of boxes and bee baskets, grain bugs, straw by the 'liunderd, a lot of rails, potatoes by the bushel, wheat and rye in the ground, hay by the ton, a small boat, 0.barrels of cider, also vineger by the barrel, cross-cut' saw, 13 shares ' of thd Lehigh bridge, beds and bedsteads, bureau, tables and chairs, an 8 day clock, cupboard, watch, stove with pipe, double and single barre...

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

P xta terarfcv ARTICLES. - \ Pef- Alltnt.Easton P/ulda Flour. . . . . -Barrel: 4^5i 4 76 4,75 Wheat .... Bush. 05j 1 05 1 20 , Rye i — 55 ! r>5 70 Com I — 50 65 65 ! Oms I — 27 30 35 Buckwheat ..!-,-! 40 40 56 Flaxseed ... I — 1 25 1 30 1 40 Cbverse.-d . . ! — ! 3 00 4 00 4 00 ¦J imothyseed — ! 2 CO 2 75 2 60 Potatoes . . . !:¦—' / 3S--' 86 65 Salt. ..... j — 45 45 40 Butter .... iPound 15 12 18 Lard ..... I — : 0 '10 9 Tallow ....!— 9 9 '8 Beeswax . . . ! — 23 25 27 Ham ...... j —^ 9 8 10 Flitch | — 7 .6 6 Tow-yam. . . ' — 8 8 '.8 Egirs " , Doz. * 12 10 15 Rye Whiskey Gall. 25 25 28 Apple Whiskey — 18 25 28 Linseed C il. . i — < 05 .65 65 Hickory Wood i Cord , 4 50 4 50 6 00 Oak Wood . . i — 3 50 3 50 5 00 Egg Coal... i Ton I 3 75! 4. 00 4 60 Nut Coal . . . i — . 2 50l 3 00 3 50 Lump Coal . . > — : 3 60j 2 50 2 65 Plaster . . . . i — I 4 50i 4 50* 2 60

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

Spring Milteriery Goods John Stone & Sons, Importers and Dealers in Silks, Ribbons aril Millinery Goods, No. 15 South Second St., above Chestnut, PHILADELPHIA. WOULD call the attention of Merchants and Milliners»visitiiig tl*e city, to their'large anil rich assortment of Spring VlilliiBcry ®oods, Received by late arrivals from France, such us Glace Silks for casing bonnets, Fancy Bonnet and Cap RibborfiPxi lurge and beautiful assortment, of all'prices; Plain Mantua and Sal in Ribbons, from No. 1 to No. 12; French and American Artificial Flowers (in great vuriety ;) Colored'and While Crapes ; Fancy Lnces nnd Nets ; French Chip Hats; Face Tiimmings—Quillings ; Covered Whalebones—Cane ; Buckrams—Willow ; Bonnet Crowns and Tips,-Together with every article appertaining to the Millinery (rade. m March 22. t—lw

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

Large and Small Farms Compared. Most young farmers arc unsuccessful, simply because their farms are too large, and the complaint is often heard that no money can be made al farming. Take up the directory of ten years since, and mark the names of all the merchants then doing business in New-York; follow these names through the. directories of subsequent years, and see if over one in twenty have continued lo do business for ten consecutive years without failing. This is a sorry fact, and arises from the fault of the merchants thems elves. In agricultural language, "they turn to heavy a sward, and do not luy it regular." So with the "unsuccessful farmer! he has too much land; he cannot manure it properly, and his labor bestowed on unmanured land is not effective. Land fully manured, and thoroughly cultivated, will produce double the amount of crops- that can be obtained from half manured land. Land well manured is more easily worked. Its particles more readily disintegrate, and l...

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

Pennsylvania Motel, FOMJSEJVT. gi Tho undersigned * of-^pSj gste'V fers his hew and spa-^ ™&0m fc}S ^\. cious Hotel, lately re-^^W^^il!-S '; ^ l g) b"''' by brm, situated y^^^i 1 OTEl^iSir oa on lne norlh west corwjmffi]l^^lj^ ^ tier of Market Square sfe^wja^isaa^is i; and Hamilton street, " in tho Borough of Allentown, for rent, for a term of one, two or three years. The House is largo and commodious, ex« tending 90 feet along Market . square, and about 50 feet on Hamilton street, three stories high. The third story extends over two slore rooms, making a front on Hamilton, street of 90 feet. A large and spacious yard » two s'.ory brick Stable, and other suitable outbuildings. Possession can be given at any time after the first of April next. JESSE GRIM. March 15. 1—lw

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

Removal of Store Goods liarber & \*otmg, * Respectfully inform their friends and customers, that they have recently removed their <>3£^^ Hardware Store, SiMtftgaa»into ' the new three story brick building on the South side of Hamilton street, directly opposite Dr. Win. F. Danowsky 's Drug Store, where ihey will constantly keep on hand, a large assortment of Goods, coming in their line of business, and which they sell at the lowest prices: March 22. t—Cw Allentown Letter MAst, Catharine Albright, Philip Beck, Frederick Baris, Matilda Barret, Daniel Baumer, Jacob Culbert, Joseph Dupes, J. B. Evens, George Fredrich, Henry Guth, William F. Hodes, Henry Kramer, Charles Krotzer, Edward Krauss, Caroline Knauss, Emeline Knight, E. M. Long, John Mohr, Thomas Morro. w, Caroline Moser, Mr. Michael, C. A. Sheldon, Maria Troxel, Jacob Wolf, C. Young. E. R.NEWHARD,P.M.

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

PUBLIC SALE ©i" S'ersoii.il Properly-Will be sold at Public sale on Tuesrlny', the 27lh of March next, at 12 o'clock, at the house of Daniel Derr, deceased, in Upper Saucon township ' , Lehigh couuty, tho foilmvinsr remaining articles, to wit.: 3 Milk cows, 2 shoals, a 1 horse wagonbody, bows and cover, single and double wnuon harness, sImII halters, bridles, wheelbarrow, cow clinins, hoes, spade, shovel, forks, rakes, n.v. -'. carpenters and chopping benches, a good grind stone, grain bags, half bushels and sieves, straw by the bundle, grain in the ground, 2 sloves with p ipe, iron and other kettles, tubs, bureaus, bed and bedstead, tables, benches ' and chairs, looking-glass, wash-stand, also glass,crockery, earthern nnd tin ware, and about ' 50 ynrds of well made rag carpeting, windowblinds, nnd many oilier articles too tedious to mention. The conditions will be made known at the time of sale, and due attendance given by THE HEIRS. March 15. , f—2w

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

PUBLIC SALE Of Valuable Personal Property. Will be sold at public Sale, on Tuesday next the 27th inst., at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the-House of the undersigned in the Borough of Allentown, the following valuable personal property to wit:— jSK&gj||^|| A beautiful mahogany Side-Bj^j'— ¦— TTJjg board, Sofa, Pier Table, Centre Table, a trood Piano Forle, Breakfast Table, 12 Birch Cune-seat Parlor Chairs, Rocl:ing and Arm Chairs to tnnlch, Blinds, Parlor Carpets, Oil Cloth for Entry, Hatstand, High and Low-post Beadsteads, Stoves, Windsor Chairs, Settee, Bed, Clothspress, Kitchen Tables, and a large variety of house and kitchen furniture, too numerous to mention. The conditions will be made known on the day of sale and due attendance given by CHARLES G. VON TAGEN. March 22. ¦«_ lw

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

New floods The Subscribers have just received n large assortment of Goods, consisting in part of the following to wit:— Ladies Dress Goods such as Silks, Bombazines, Alpacas, Bemges, Mouslin De Lains, Ginghams, Prints &c, Gentlemen's wear such ns Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings &c, Tickings, Checks, Linens, Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Gloves, Ribbons, 5 Bales New Market Muslin, 5 Cases Bleached muslin. They hope by very low prices and strict attention to business they will receive a liberal share of customers. PRETZ, GUTH & Co. March 22. J—Gw Jflac ' kereh 50 Barrels & Half Barrels. No. 1 2 and 3 Mackerel on hand and for sale cheap by PETZ, GUTH, & Co. March 22. J—Gw

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

iPWIB&a® BARB Or Personal Property.' Will be sold at public sale on Friday, the 30lh day of March next, at the house of Michael Sieger, dee'd., late ofthe Borough of Allentown, Lehigh County, the following valuable personal property, to nil:— Mahogany Tables and Chairs, Bureaus, Carpets, Sofas, Stoves with Pipe, a Gold -gyl^-fesHj) Patent Lever Watch, e9P*"Sas£i£2ll^ Silver Table and Teaspoons, besides a large assortment, of House and Kitchen furniture, too tedious to mention. The conditions will be made known on the day of sale, and due attendance given by JAMES LACKEY, > . ,, AARON EISENHARD .S Ad mslrs ' March 22. t—2w

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

PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Will be sold at Public sale, on Thursday the 29th day of March next, at 10 o'clock precisely, at the late residence of Samuel Ziegler, dee'd., the following personal properly, lo wit:— Grain in the ground, straw in bundles, cow, carnage, sleigh, bureaus, 1 bedstead nnd bedding, desk,lookingglasses, trammels, together wilh a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. Conditions made ¦known and attendance given by A. K. WITMAN,? ., . C. W. COOPER, y •*«'£»«»• ALSO : At the same time' and place will be sold by the executor of the last will and testament of Samuel Ziegler, dee'd., the following personal properly, to wit :

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