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

Nortliampti Water Company Ail persons who moke use of tho Water of the said Company, for family purposes, or otherwise, will p lease take notice, that the lime to renew their Permits, is on the 2nd of April next, and it is expected that it will be strictly attended to. Those persons, who have not settled for the same, between the 2nd and the 10th of April, must not comp lain if the water, is stopped after that time.. The Board also deem it necessary to notify, those who Use the water jointly, from one and the same pipe or.hydrant, that the Permits for the coming year, must bo paid by all,- before the same can be granted to either. ' ¦ By Order of the Board, " *'¦ ' - : CHARLES ECKBRT, 7Ve<w. - March 15. J ' J|-r^w

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

€o-13avtncvsl)ip Notice The New fork Store in New Hands. The Subscribers having purchased of Wagner <$' Huber, their stock of Dry Goods, Groceries &c, and have, entered into a Copartnership ' under the firm of Kern $• Samson, nnd will conduct ihe business at the old Establishment, where they hope, by strict attention and tow prices they may secure a liberal share of patronage. WILLIAM KERN, C. H. SAMSON, t-jcrA large slock of Domestic Goods just received at the New York Store nnd will be sold at exceedingly low prices by " KERN & SAMSON. March 22. 11-0 w

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

p-—/?' ONE HOUSE, y ^ ij? s< ''1 °'"s'ng't! harness, bees and •Arfgny.Su . hivccopperkellles, ba^s, 3 bed ' s n..il be.Unr.ds, chairs, bureau, clack and case, Jirusstdl's carpel, rag carpet, settee, tulles, stove and pipe, spade and hatchet crockery, trunks, apple-butter-by the pot, saw, wood chest, clover seed, together wilh a variety of articles loo numerous to mention. AND. K. WITMAN, CHAS. W. COOPER, Agents for Samuel Z. Brock,Executor. March 22. " f—lvv

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

Two Story House for Rent* itjj j A new two story Brick Dwelling jJjJjj|S House, Kitchen, Tf ash House, ami JiiiiHSntlicr outbuildings attached thereto* situated in the most beautiful part . bf Hamil. Ion street, in the Borough of Allentown, Persons wishing to rent a convenient building of this kind, will please make application to Mr. JFilliam Kern, in Allentown. JOSEPH WITMAN. March 15. *—4w

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

sr®L^«i(Sia The-books of Charles Kline, and all the money due on tho accounts in said booknv have been .assigned to the subscriber, -^ Therefore all persons indebted, in saidV books " nro: requested to make immediate ' payment tome. 'All accounts not setlled j before ", the tenth day of April next wiHJ , Kft. m jn ^! B^NJAMINp^^ March 12. . ¦ ' ¦¦ ¦ ¦»>¦ ' .T^ff-W

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

VIED. On the lfilh instant, in Allentown, Ellen Jane, infant daughter of Henry and Sarah Miller, aged 4 months. Op the 15th instant, in Allentown, Allen David, infant son of William und Sarah Ruhe, aged 2 months. On the Slh instant, in Allentown, Allen Jeremiah, infantson of Henry and Henrietta Hitter, aged 7 months. •

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

MARRIED. On the 11th of March, by the Rev. Mr. Dubs, Mr. John Racket, to Miss Maria Obe.rholzer, both of Washington. On the 18th instant, by the same, Mr. Edward Frankenfield, to Miss Hannah Hammcl, both of South Whitehall. On the 10th instant, by the Rev. J. W. Richards, Mr. John fjclimoll to Miss Carolina Schmidt, all of Bethlehem.

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

SUG^IR 20 Hogsheads of Sugar for sale wholesale and retail by PRETZ, GUTH & Co. March 22. I ±—6w

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

RECAPITU&ATIOJV Of the Expenses of the Poor House of Lehigh County, for 1848 Sundry Expenses during the year Dry Goods & Groceries, $515 32 Making a coat, - 2 50 Weaving, - - 44 33 Stone Coal, - 245 01 Stove and Pipe, - 8 63 Tables Benches, Bedsteads, 44 43 Potatoes, for 1847, , 5 60 Beef and Bacon, - 25 95 Dried Apples, - 5 12 Cider and Apples, 23 57 Tobacco, - IS 30 Wheat and Rye, " - 227 69 Ashes and Wool, 12 60 Wool Carding in 1847, 7 20 in 1848, 4 74 Cleaning a Clock, - 75 Making Shoes, &c. 35 33 Making Brooms, - 7 41 Casting Doors, Grates, &c. 23 16 Tin Ware, - 20 62 Medicine, &c. - 35 14 Coffins, - - - 10 50 1,324 56 Farming Utensils. For Butchering, - 6 68 Servants and Laborers, 145 60 Chestnut Rails, - 105 80 Making Post Fence, 18 50 24 Head Horned Cattle, 579 20. I Horse, - - 100 00 Wheel-wright Work, 19 08 Black-smiths Work, . 49 74 Sadler WT ork, - 20 80 State and Road Tax, 36 31 Lumber and Sawing, 27 06 Carpent. Work &am...

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

Sank Note Cist { Corrected Weekly from Bicknelfs,YanCourl't and Thompson's Detector.) Bk of N America par Mechanics bank of Bk of Pcnnsylv. par ' Newark i Bank of Commerce | Mechanics bank at late Moyamcnsing par 1 Burlington par Bk of N Liberties par Mechanics & Man-Bk of Penn Towns, par ' ufacturers bank par Farmers & Mcchan.par Newark banking & Kensington par Ins. Company J Manuf. & Median par New Hope & Dela-Mechanics par j ware Br. Comp. failed Girard par | Orange bank ^ 4 Philadelphia par 1 Peoples bank § Schuylkill par! Plainfield bank 60 Southwark par Princeton bank . par Western par 1 Salcin banking Co. par Commercial Bank ! State bank at ElizaofPcnnsylv. par! bcthtown,Newark, Bk of the U States 25 Camden, N.Bruns-CocsTnr Baxks. j wick, Morristown . par BkofCliambersburg ) i Sussex bank • 1 Bk of Gettysburg 1 j £mon ba"k , ' » Bk of Pittsburg 3 vrc !!on ^n • •?• pBr Bk of Susq. County 5 Yardksyville bridge Bk of Chester Co. par ...

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

Stock on the Farm. Six Horses, 1 Mare, 13 Cows, 5 Heiflers, 2 Bulls, 10 Oxen, 6 Calves, 25 Sheep, 37 Hogs, 3 Wagons, 1 Dearborn, 1 Sleigh, 2 Harrows, 3 Ploughs, 3 Wheel-barrows, a Thrashing-machine, and a Winnowing-mill. Productions of the Farm. 437 bushels Wheat, 815 bushels Rye, 520 bushels Oats, 2000 bushels Corn in the cobs, 21 bushels Flax-seed, 5 bushels Clove.rseed, 480 bushels Potatoes, 85 bushels Turnips, 31 bushels Unions, 35 bushels Beet-roots, 30 bushels Radishes-, 3,100 heads of Cabbage, 3 barrels Pickels, 3i hogsheads krout, 50 four horse loads of .Hay, 24 loads of Corn-tops, 2,200 bushels of Lime put on the land this year, 33 lbs. hatcheled Flax, 1,730 lbs. hides, 1, 11* Calves hides, 1,114 pounds of Lard, 1,109 pounds of Tallow, 1,344 pounds Butter. Manufactured Articles. 109 men's shirts, 65 pair of pantaloons, 12 roundabouts, 14 vests, 59 shimies, 89 frocks, 60 skirts, 85 aprons, 26 night caps, 25 short-gouns, 28 sun-bonnets, 61 children frocks, 36 children shi...

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

New Apothecary Store IBt AILENTOWN. Br WILIMF.DANOWSKY, Takes this method to inform his friends, and the public in general, that he now oc enpies his new building, a few doors east of Hagenbuch's Hotel, and has again opened a very large and splendid Apothecary and Vrng Store His building the public will remember in one door east of Mertz's Store, in Hamilton street in the Borough of Allentown. As tho whole of his stock of Drugs, Medicines arid Fixtures, Besides House nnd Furliiture, have " fcehdeslroyedby the devour--ing e lements on the 1st of June last—made it ^ecessu- T for him to lay in an entire new stock 01 HEPall of which . he en.? warrant to bV Jg| genuine, and of tile best ^U8»y. - All kinds of Medicinal preparations suT1 * 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 h...

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

Account of Thomas Faust Steward of the Poor House Receipts. Of Henry Schantz, for 12 lbs. tallow, $ 1 07 William Mertz, 4 pounds do. 40 Grim and Reninger, 359} do. 32 37 do. do. 52 lbs. white rags, 3 12 do. ' do. 89 lbs. mix'd do. 178 do. do. 181 bushels oats, 74 21 Sundry persons for meals & horse-feed, 2 76 Solomon Dorney and others for 89i bushels of lime, 8 85 Anth. Gotslmll and others for tobacco, 57 Stephen Dornblaser 4£ bushels-oats, 1 25 Conrad Seam 25£ bushels flax-seed, 31 87 Anth. Gotshall 3 bushels rye in 1847, 2 25 do. 3 do. oats, 1 19 M do. 15J lbs. beef, 93 do. for a lot of corn, 2 00 E. S. Wenrick and Co. overpaid for grafting Apple trees, 4 44 Cash found in the pockets of two deceased paupers, 3 25 Joseph Guth, for hides, 3 18 A. O. Faust, do. 34 37 Peter Ludwig, do. 4197 M. D. Eberhard, for 1 bushel turnips, 25 Total, . . . $38141 do. mending shoes, 1 25 William Mertz, for 4 bundles straw, 40 Of a drovef for a horse, 75 00 Casper Simon, Justice ...

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

DOCTOR YOURSELF For 25 Cents BY MEANS OF THE POCKET ESC ULA PIUS, or every one his own physician ! twentieth edition, with upwards of a hundred engravings, showing private diseases in every shape and form, and malformations of the generative system, By W. YOUNG, M.D. The time has now nrrived, that persons suffering from secret disease, need nomore become the victim of quackerv, as by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense. In addition to the general routine of private disease, it fully explains the cause of manhood's early decline, with observations on marriage—-besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints. E3**Any person sending twentv-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. YOUNG, No. ...

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

Winter Clothing FOR MEN AND BOTS Charles Saeger, Esq. Treasuscr, 75 00 do. do. 94 27 Traveling paupers, by order of the Pffor Directors, 2 68 Balance of last year's account, 1 12 Traveling expenses of the team, 4 80 Traveling expenses of tho steward, 10 94 George Snyder for 100 chestnut rails, 7 00 John Youndt and others, conveying 8 paupers to the Poor House, 15 14 Balance in the hands of the Treasurer, January 1, 1849, 38 08 Total, . . . $39141 M. D. Edeuiiard, "1 John Blank, i. Directors. Henry-Schantz,—] ; AT GEORGE CULIN'S, Southeast corner of Second and Market Strs. Philadelphia. Gentlemen visiting the city, and wishing to supply themselves with Cheap and Fashionable Winter Clolhing, will find a large, comp lete and choice assortment of Banguji Coats, Cloaks, Business Coats, Dress ami frock Coats, Boys Coats in great variety, made of AmericanEnglish e]- French Cloths. ALSO—Pantaloons for me.: »nu . B°y s made of Cassimeres, Doe Skins,T Stn.'net l ts > &amp...

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

Paid Jacob Lilzenberger, for a fork, $ 56 George Schitz, for matches, 12 Conrad Seem, 16 gal. oil for ifospital, 13 60 Solomon Burger, tin ware, 20 John Losh & other, 13 bushels ashes, 3 25 John Kramer, for smith work, 1 07 Solomon Diefenderfer, castrating, 73 Henry Weber, for tin ware , 3 02 James Schlicher, wood sawing, &c. 1 30 Jesse Lefever, cutting grass one day, 50 Jacob Jacoby, do. 50 Edmund Butz, 23 pounds of veal , 1 03 Jacob Beisel, cutting grass, &c. 4 37 Henry W ^ Mertz, for li days moing, 1 50 Davidf Mertz, for 2i days moing, 2 50 John Held, for .moing and vineger, 1 50 William Mendsen, for store goods, 20 Solomon Woodring, for mason work; - 75 John Bare, for carpenter work, 75 Edward Reichard, for Lemons, 37 George Stein, repairing a watch for George Klein, 75 John Kuder, repairing two barrels, 25 John Leiby, repairing 13 raisors, 1 75 Sol. Brobst, cutting grass in 1847, 60 Nathan Schaffer, laying out the dead body of John Weiss, " 100 James H...

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

Poor House Account The Account of Charles Saeger, Treasurer of the Directors of . the Poor, of Lehigh County, from Jan. 1, 1848, to Jan. 1, 1849. 1848, Jan. 1 To balance as per last year 's account, - $330 37 To cosh received of Edward Kohler, fifeq., on account for boarding'Levi Kern, - - 60 00 To cash of Thomas Faust, for a Horse sold him, - - 75 00 To cash of fidward Kohler, Esq., balance for boarding and funeral expenses of Levi Kern ,^- , - . 31 65 To cash of Grim and Reninger, for Oats sold them, - x 04 27 To cash of John Sager, Esq. the amount of fine for gambling paid into his office, - - 3 00 To cash drawn from the County Treasury, as per orders, - 4,500 00 Total, - $5,000 29 By Cash pad 101 orders $ 4,448 89 By 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 — 22 March 1849

ROGER BROWN'S WINE &, LIQUOR STORE, NO. 323 MARKET STREET, Between Eighth nnd Ninth Sirs, North side. Philadelphia. All kinds of Foreign Wines and Liquors such as— A** Old Cognac Brandies, Dark <gEglE|fl33and Pale, Holland Gin, Ja-¦xfEHmLmaica Spirits, Irish and Scotch ¦I^EK^SJMalt Whiskey, of the very finest quality. WIHES, —Such as Madeira, Port, Sherry, TencrifTe, Sweet Malaga, Muscat, Claret 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, also a large supply of fine Old Monongahela Whiskey on hand. The above Liquors will be sold at the very lowest prices. Country Merchants and Tavern Keepers, will do well to give the.underaigned acall before purchasingelsewhere, and examine the Liquors, which he vouches, will bear the closest scrutiny, recollect number ...

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

Frederick Bohlen SCAJLJES BELL-IIANGER, BRAND-CUTTER AND LOCK-SMITH, In Allentown, 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 'I1 '¦ 'Hi ii U for Druggists, Grocers, A 9 A and other branches, war-(. ) H f\ ranted to be strictly accu"^ «» »* rate, finished in the most splendid manner. He also manufactures all kinds of Locks, Door-plates, Door-knockers, and every other article in his line. Repairing of Locks, Lamps, in short every thing in Steel, Iron, Brass or Copper, can do repaired at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. Mr. Bohlen trusts through punctual attendence to business and moderate charges, he will bo able to gain a large share of public patronage, for which he will ever be thankful. A...

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

Cheap Hat and Cap Store Hamilton Street nenrly opposite Weiss Hotel, Allentown. Jacob D. Boas, Takes this method to inform his friends and customers, that he still continues the Hatmaking and Cap business, and keeps constantly on hand, a large assortment ol the most fashionable, Beaver, Nulre, Brush, Russia, Silk and Napped Hals ' , which he wHI sell at the lowest prices. Also—q large assortment of Mens, Boys and Childrens Cajig^tit very reduced prices. He is likewise prepared to manufacture to order Hats at the shortest possible notice. Thankful for past favors he hopes to enjoy a continuance of patronage, as he feels confident that his Hats, fully recommend themselves. BTSuch who are indebted , to him for some 'length of time, will please recollect, that their accounts should be promptly sett-Jed, and it is expected will not be neglected. Nov. 9. t—ly

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