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

A Frame House For Sale i_j A new and convenient one and a raHR™ " half story frame iriiHdL i!Ui@ Dwelling Douse, situated in a pleasant part of the Bprough of Allentown. The House is 10 b y 24, on a lot 20 feet front by 230 deep. The terms can be made very accomodating, and the property will be sold very reasonable. For particulars enquire at this Office. Jan. 25. ^-4w C\i\re £ot the Toot\\ac\\e Persons who are' troubled with litis, painful disease, can procure a positive remedy from the undersigned, at a very- moderate price. It also possesses the quality of preserving the teeth from further decay. Such therefore who are troubled with the toothache, will know where to find a cure for it. DANIEL KEIPER

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

LEE & WALKER SUCCESSORS TO OEO. WILLIG, HAVE removed their stock of Music and Musical Instruments, to the new and spacious store in Swaim's Building, No. 162 Chestnut Street, below Seventh, PHILADELPHIA, where they invite the attendance and patronage of the public. LEE & WALKER having purchased the entire stock of Geo. Willig, (who has declined business,) are now prepared to execute all orders in their line. Their assortment of Music and Musical Instruments, is as extensive ns that of any other establishment in the country. PIANO FORTES, from various well known and approved manufactories, now in store, and will be constantly offered for sale. GTCountry dealers supplied on very reasonable terms. Feb. 8. f—6m

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

600,000 Feet, Such as Yellow and White Pine, Floring boards, Poplar boards, Scantling, Joists and Planks, Mapel boards and Planks, Rafters, Ash Planks, Laths, Ladder trees, besides all kinds of other Boards, Scantling, Posts, Lath and Shindies, all of which he will sell al very reduced prices. Farmers, Carpenters and Builders, who have occasion to use the different sorts of timber he has for sale, will do well to give him a call before they purchase elsewhere, as he is willing to have his stock examined without-charge. He returns his sincere thanks for the many favours ho has heretofore received, and feels confident that his extreme low prices will be the means of receiving many new cuftomers. • JOSEPH WEAVER. November 16. f—4m

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

WAit^^lD The undersigned wishes to engage two or three young ladies of respectable character to learn the fancy Millinery business. Immediate application should be made, nt her Millinery 3toro, one door east of Lewis Schmidt and Co's. Drug Store in Hamilton street Allentown. . . MATILDA BROWN. Feb-8: f—4w MACKEREL, = v [ S^nSlw ; Constantl y on hand PORK V1 ' PALMER & Co. HAl^S & SIDES, ; ' **«*«* &tr. Wharf SHOULDERS* . : 9Jm.u>ztMu&. &ARE»£CHEESE, Feb. 88. U—Sm.

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

LANQENHEIM'S Daguerreotype Establishment, Exchange, Third Story, The Hon. HENRY CLAY visiting this Establishment for the purpose of having a Daguerreotype taken, expressed flattering opinions on this favorite place of the "beau* ty and fashion" of Philadel phia, and vast numbers of strangers resort to it to procure a really good Daguerreotype. The Propri* etors will maku every exertion to extend the long established fnme of this well known Establishment. Famil y Groupes, Groupes of Childrenrand single Portraits of all sizes are executed equally well. Philadelphia April, 5». «—ly

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

Mrs. Matilda Heckman Respectfully informs the citizens of Allantown, that she has again established herself opposite the Academy, where she will always keep on hand Fresh Bread, Pound, Rotation ty all other kind of Cakes. She will also bake and make up Bread and Pies to order, and hopes that a feeling community will extend to her their former patronage;; Allentown, June 27,1848, ' % —8w

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

Dr. William F. Danowsky, Returns his thanks to his friends for tho confidence reposed in him, and at the same time offers his professional services by day or night. In chronic diseases, he relies upon his fume."- In midwifery he prides himself to say, that he never attended a case with fatal results. Ho treats without mercury, and can say, that no case of salivation can be proven, in u practice of twelve years in Lehigh count}'. November 9. f—Cm

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

The undersigned citizens of Allenlown, hove used the Tooth Ache Drops of Daniel Keiper, and can recommend them as an effectual remedy for the painful disease. J. W. Micldy, William Burger, Geo. Kistler, Jeremiah Schuobel, Sarah Maslcy, Henry Hardner, Dan. Zacharias, Hiram Beers, Robert Kramer, Peter Diehl, Henry Schwartz, E- Gangwere, W. T. Derr, G. A. Gangwere, November 9. II—3m

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

Recommendation t Mr. Hiram Brodst has practiced as Dentist in this place for the last three months, and in consequence of his superior abilities in tho profession, we recommend him to the public. Cyrenius Williams, M. D. L. Flentie, M. D. N. C. Halsev, M. D. Samuel B. Price, M. D. Nesquehoning; Pa., August 30,1848-November 9. »fl 3m

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

REMOVAL Joseph totter, Lumber merchant in Allentown* Respectfully informs his friends and the public m general, that he has lately removed his Lumber-Yard to the south side of Hamilton street, near Weaver's Hotel. He has lately received a very large supply of all kinds of Boards and building timber, comprising over

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

Gum Shoes, Gum Shoes Just received a very large assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen and Childrens* Gum Shoes, at prices from 50 cents lo $1,37, for sale at the store of LOCHMAN & BROTHER. January 11. If—iw

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

Lamps, Lamps, Lamps Just received a splendid lot of Candlebra, Lard, Camphine and Fluid Lamps, which will be sold cheap by LOCHMAN & BROTHER. January 11. II—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

ittiscellancous Selection! For the I.clilgU JRcglstt-r. BROADWAY. Broadway'. everybody knows Broadwa\ nobody asks when! it is, anymore than we do the situation of London and Paris when these names are mentioned. Broadway is a sound full of rich associations for me. — The back-bone, as Willis justly terms it of Manhattan ' s sea girt island, it bears every day, burthens.gaihered*frwrn!ReT**yi. (}uaEWr of the g lobe. It is indeed a rdrharkable exhibition to observe li 1 p-, varieties of^Jvumajv species which occupy its payeduring the ' different hours of the day.: /Phe months q£ May, June and July are. probably the Pe $ ods when it is most prolific in numbers atyl, variety ; at the time when foreigners arrive most freely, and ihe native populaliqn Jiav^ burst from their chrysalis and now flutter \n the warm sun. Those who have read ^ Willis'- sketch of Broadway will recognize in the following p icture of ils luibiute's nearly the same ground he has occupied ; but 1 hopo his re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

A Touch of (he Yankee. The Editor's Table of the March Knickerbocker tells this characteristic story; An odd-looking person joined the passengers on the New York and Erie railroad the other day, at a distant western station. When hef entered the spacious car, he looked around in utter amazement at its extent, and the comfort and elegance of its accommodations. And now began to talk to himself, which he continued, by the way until the cars arrived at Piermont. "Wal," he commenced, " this i» what they call a 'Car,' eh "Wal, it's the bigg ist bildin I ever see on wheels I Thunder a-n-d light-nin ! how we du skit away! "In this way he ran on, staring around, and talking at every body and finding nobody totalk to. At length he saw his man. A solemn visaged person, with a White 'choke,' tied at that exact point where "ornament is only not strangulation," a slraight-cdllar'd coat, and a flat, broad brimmed hat, silling on & : distant seat "caught the speaker's eye'! "Hello, D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Particular Notice Great Rush of Customers! Old Schnurman, has just returned from Philadelphia and New Yotk, with his first purchase for the season, of Spring and Summer GoodSTall of which have been selected l\KJth the greatest care. The unpacking of t-mXi-same, is creating unusual uproar and confosion . amongst customers, all of whom are determined to have the first choice. What occasion ' s -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 muc'h 'crowd' ing, and all will be waited upon. ' The1 articles purchased consist in part of ' Silks—Shaded, Chamillion,. Black Satin Figured, Figured Gro de Naples, B B Gro de Swiss and Indian. Mouse de Laines—Mode Colored, 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, Merimack and Common. 'Clothes—French,Eng...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Sheriffs Sale Will be sold on Saturday the 14th day of April, at 10'o'clock ' in the forenoon, -at the House of Reuben Moyer, in the Borough of Allentown, the followingpropeity to wit: A valuable lot of ground on the north east corner of Hamilton and James street, in the Borough of Allentown. The lot is 40 feet /rontj less a three feel alley, and 230 feet deeo. •» . . • , '. " also—-F° ur lraC 'B °' 'ttu " * iluRteu ln Northampton township. Lehig h county No. 1. containing 10 acres and lOperches strict -• ™ measure, on which is erected a dJBTiiWtwo fi tory stone House, jjgg|M|Framc Barn, Woou' " CI8 ?:™d oUjcrouiouildings, and a good orchard. No % containing 6 acre^and seventy eig ht ipewhes, more or less, on which is *^A -erected a one story frame dwelling iff|j|B house, -with a good well of water. ililJft No. 8. containing 1(5 acres, and 331 perches, strict measure, this tract is excellent farm land. No. 4. containing -9 'acres 131 perches, also godd farm'land. The farm tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

To Boys and Girls. Never tell a whole he, or half a lie, or a quarter of a lie, or any part of a lie. Many boys, who know well enough what a sneaking, dirty thing it is to tell a lie, will yet twist the truth, or deceive a little, bit. This is ubout as bad—and a good deal more cowardly than a plump falsehood. If a boy does somothing wrong, either through igno^ ranee, carelessness, or accident—and then tells one half truth,-and one half lie about it —he might almost as well have told the whole untruth, that he didn't do it at all. Now see how the spirited, manly, true hearted, clear tongUed boy Will do, after an error : he resolutely determines to acknowledge if, without being afraid of anybody 's angcr—to tell it just as it Was. I never in my life knew any one to . be injured by telling the truth in this way; but I have seen many n boy and man-too, who was looked upon with contempt, and thought poorly of, because he would tell sneaking lies, or half lies, or quarter lies. The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

The Charm of Cleanliness. A white-yellow cravat or shirt on a man, speaks at once of the character of his wife { and be you assured, that she will not take with your dress, pains which she has never taken with her own. Then the manner of putting on the dress is no bad foundation for judging,—if it be carelessly; ' slovenly, if it do not properly fit. No matter ils mean quality ; mean as it may be, it may be neatly and trimly put on ; and if it be not, take care of yourself, for, as you will soon find out your cost, a sloven in one thing is a sloven in all things. The country people judge greatly from the state of covering of the ankles ; and if ii be not clean and tight, they conclude that all out of sight is not as tt ought to be. Look at the shoes, if they be trodden on one side, loose on the foot, or run down at the heel, it is a very bad sign 5—and, as to slipshod, though at coming down in the morning, and even before daylight, make up * your mind to a rope rather than liv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Groceries. Now receiving 10 Hhds. Molasses. {HtEIlmEtjI 4 Tierces Honeyf fc'lnttts fcqja 25 sac|cs rj0 & other Coffee. Mackerel, Cod Fish, Teas, Spices,-&c, all of which will b? sold at the lowest possible prices by H. SCHNURMAN. March 22. U—6w Queehswarc. Now unpacking 8 Crates Glueensware conprising an assortment of all kinds, and sold at such prices, to suit the times. II- SCHNURMAN. March 22. H—Ow Iron* The undersigned has also on hand, about 20 Tons American Hamered Iron, which will be sold lower than at any other place. H. SCHNURMAN. March 2:1. H—(5w Country Produce. Such ns Potatoes, Butter, Egg ' s, Lard and Bacon, always wanted for which the highest market price will be paid in Goods by H. SCHNURMAN. March 22. .H—Ow

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Spring Millenery Goods lohn Stone & Sons, Importers and Dealers in Silk*, Jlibbons and Millinery Goods, JVo. 45 South ' ¦Second St., above Chestnut, PHILADELPHIA. WOULD call the attention of Merchants and Milliners visiting the city, to their large and rich assortment of Spring millinery Cioods, Received by late arrivals from France, such ns Glace Silks for casing bonnets, Fancy Bonnet and Cap Ribbons—a large and beautiful assortment, of all prices; Plain Mantua and Satin Ribbons, from No. 1 to No. 12 ; French and American Artificial Flowers (in great variety;) Colored and White Crapes ; Fancy Laces and Nets j i French Chip Hals; Face Tiimmings—Quillings ; Covered Whalebones—Cane ; Buckrams—Willow; Bonnet Crowns and Tips, Together with every article Appertaining to the Millinery trade. March 22. U—4w

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