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Allentown Lehigh Register (Newspaper) - January 11, 1849, Allentown, PennsylvaniaY. He we so Hon go Hulmn Publ lat is some or Thor official documents from the Phil Del Uffia mint in relate. of the Deli Ornia Gold Silver Ana Platina. Set Faynor �>ir��t8�,? a no reports up Rathe Quality of the Cinn Apar Areve by Satin Fiory the specimens yielding nearly one third of their weight in quicksilver. By0 consulting authorities on a the subject it appears that the mines of Almaden a a Spain yield on in average ten per Keenr of Mercury and at id Ria a ores containing Only one per cent a re worked although they Are found in All proportions from that Low percentage up to 80.the importance of this discovery in California is greatly enhanced by the nearness of a constant and absorbing Market Large. Quantities of Mercury Behte required for the amalgamation of Silver pres in Mexico where t believe no Nii fies of Mercury have been found. % As to the Platinum it appears not to be Worth seeking did amp Ding to the following statement of the a a Slayer this Metal is evidently present and May be seen with the naked Eye amongst the spangles of Gold and in a similar form. A Small Quantity about four grains in weight was forwarded from the War department and was la tend to beef the specific Gravity eighteen being of course debased somewhat by. The intimate mixture of Mineral matter not in movable by washing. We have not yet determined occur ally what amount of this a Metal appears with the Gold deposited for coinage. Owing partly to its known intractability in the Furnace and partly to its crude condition it is scarcely at All used with the Gold but is to be seen Toffier the melting in its original form dotted upon then a surface of the Gold bars. What does enter into combination with the Gold is scarcely appreciable and does not disturb the assay or deteriorate the Metal Lor coining or manufacturing purposes and this was a material Point of inquiry. Taking it altogether whether fused or not our present impression is that it exists in but Small relative. Quantity and null not be Worth seeking after for its own Sake. _ the only1 Alloy of this Gold is Silver of which we find on the average 104 parts in a thousand. The Gold yielding 894, there is a remainder of two thousandths which is nearly or entirely Copper. After giving the results on this specimens of Gold Sand sent the assayers ingeniously say if it were the True stale a of the Case that there was nothing to do but to shovel up an aur Ferous Sand which by proper treatment would yield one thousand to twelve a Bushel this would indeed be As startling a disclosure As any which has from California soil. Hut what we had reason to believe in reference to this matter is confirmed by an letter of Cape. Folsom published in the Washington Union of the 23d instant from we sch it appears that the obtaining of this. Rich Sand is almost the last of concentric operations and that our experiments upon it though curious and of value As far As they go affied no definite in dedication of the Richness of the mining ground since it does not appear How Many Fuls of bushels of the original Earth must have been wrought upon to obtain n of this Black Sand. Moreover,.it is Well known that no Mode of treatment however skilful and scientific Lias so far enabled Gold to liners to make a near approach in a Large operation to the result obtained by a delicate assay that is not without its costing More Thau ii would be1 Worth. There Are so Natany conditions Tobe weighed such a difference of composition in layers or masses of the Sand even at Short intervals of space and such a Choice in the do station of extracting processes that no be ventured from slight Ina trials As to tie proper productiveness or probable permanency of the mining interest Region. Gen. Quid Nan s servant. Henry Nichols by the name and style of a Harry a a has been the faithful and confiding �j�ody-3ervant of the general for the last eigh1-teen years. Through exultation and de pression Victory Ana defeat Sunshine and a storm Harry has Ever been present and faithful to execute the mandate of his master. He has made the tour of the United states and the Canadas and when the infant Republic of Texas was struggling for a place among Tho stars and stripes he Acap red Bis. Master who was then Capri quit inn through these perilous scenes and while walking Over the Battle ground of san Jacinto looking very sad at the sight of the numerous dead his master asked him what lie was thir King about. He replied that he was thinking what fools these yellow men were for fighting White folks. But it inns reserved for Harry to illustrate the annals if Bis race at the storming of Monterey for will by recollected that Gen. Tuii nmn had charge of the Brave a mississippians and finesse ans and was in the hottest and Ike st of the fight having several horses t from under him the places of which r ire immediately supplied by Harry a al a Hough he had to make his Way to his master through grape and canister. But to Crown the enchantment of the scene when the Gallant we. O. Butler fell wounded Harry immediately rushed to his Rescue and carried him of the Field. Al. the general from the Field he inquired after his general Titler Lold him he a feared he would never see him alive As he was in the most dangerous position when he sat Rhim Harry replied with that deep seated feeling of the faithful servant a a done to you believe that general master was not born Tobe Kil. Led by them mulatto rascals in when Gen. Quitman was ordered to the conquering column of Scott he carried Harry with him who was Side by Side with him at the bombardment and storming of Chapultepec on the 13th and 14th, and the deadly conflict of the Garita de Belen arts anally his Tri Timphanet entry into the City and Palace of the Mont Czompi a v a of the steamship Washington arrived at the new York Dock on the 8th instant the news brought by her is not of great number of cases of cholera reported in London of the 19th Ultimo was 131, out of which there occurred 53 deaths. The whole number of cases in London and Vicinity was 728, and in Scotla he 1,820, making a total of 2,548, out of which there had occurred 1,200 deaths. The intelligence from France is highly interesting Louis Napoleons majority Over general Cavignac already exceeds four millions. Already some difficulties have taken place among the friends of Louis Napoleon on account of the belief that the Prince will overstep the Bounds of discretion in his attempts to propitiate the sex x trial list for january term 1849. Benjamin Jarret is. George Beiser. A a. Paul Miller is. John g. Goundie. R George Wenner is. Asahel Beach. A David Roth is. George 8. Under. Reuben Faust and Wile is. Jacob self Cut and. A. Wife. Daniel Ludwig is. Frederick Kline Peter Kline is. Michael Kline Moses y. Beach is. Dianiel and Edwin pc pc a. Peter Hoffman is Jacob Zimmerman. Christian pret al at is. Yardley it in Altman. 8. And w. Fogel is. Mandes Fogel. Same is. Same. Christian Ortt is. Thomas Shuler. Henry Mest is. Daniel and Henry Yeager. Aaron Guth is Nathan Schaffer. Jacob Bitz is. Joseph h. Weidner Catharine Grinar a use is. Peter Schneider his Feo fees and Terre tenants. Catharine Grimes use is. of John Schneider deceased listing parly of republicans. Moore is. Jonas Verger flour has declined one shilling a barrel Steward pc Hopkins is. Thomas Wickert. In the London and Liverpool markets. Eve la Chi administrators amp a. Is. Henry Sel Thomas Craig a so the Lehigh Crane Iron company. Philip Mauk is. John Bloss Stephen Ritter is. Charles Stopp. Charles Stopp is. William ringer and Stephen Ritter. Eliza Stein is. Hiram by nest. James White amp Sheckler. Aaron Winch is. Ephraim Keck. Taylor 6c of Oulu is George Wenner Anthom As Wickert. Same is. Sapie. Nathan Dresher is the Lehigh Crane Iron com a a Pany /.,. George Wennier. For the use of Unangst is. A Vic Sienh al al. Thomas Wickert is. George Wenner. Benjamin grim is. Elijah j. Owen. George s. Eisenhard s executor is. John h. Helfrich s executors amp a. Salomon Boyer is. Solomon Gangwere it al. Peter mans al al is. H. Amp b. Rupp. Joseph Unangst is. Thomas Wickert. Daniel and Benjamin Oswald is. Adam Reitz. Abraham handwork is. Peter Wert. Same is. Aaron Handwerk. From the records tested Jonathan Miller prothonotary january 11. The sheriff of Lehigh county will put up the following properties al Public Sale at the Lime and places hereafter mentioned. On title Sony the 25th Day of january at 1 of clog a in the afternoon a certain lot of ground situate in Washington township la Omidi or of to Jqhn d. Bowman and Jacoff. Lailer containing 3 acres and 20 perches 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 ill of january at the House of Charles Hittel j at 1 of clock in the afternoon n lot or piece of land situate in , township bounded by lands of John Shind George Shuler and others containing 2 acres on which is erected a one Story log House and n log stable. It being the property of Joseph Venheim and a Ron Kepp. On saturday the 27th of january at the House of Jonathan Kush in the Borough of Allentown at 10 of clock in the Forenoon a on the 7th of january he the same or. No. 1, a tract of land situate in Norlham Miehael r Hujer to miss Maria Gorman a ton township hounded by lands of William both of upper Sun can. Diakr1e�. Erce Burg a. December 14, by the r. Phillips Rev. Thomas t. Yeager of the lutheran Church Reading to miss Mary Jinn grave of Mercersburg. The 17 of december by the Rev. Or. Krammerer or. Joseph Dietz to miss Sarah.,inn Rudolph both of up. Milford. A a Bethlehem on the 20th of december both Rev. Schultz. Or. Lewis f. Deckel to Mishkin Tharine r. Eberman. On the 21st of december by the Rev or. Dubs or. Charles ii. Knauss of a Lens Man Loai iss Sarah Jinn Kemm crr of Salisburg township. A on the 24th of december by the same Hiram r. Knauss to miss Caroline Kle Tell both of . On the 31st of december by the same or. Jim Andes Frantz of North Whitehall to miss Caroline Schmidt of Faucon. On the 7th of january by the sate or. Oldam Fluehler to miss Mary. Ann Johnson of Allentown. At Easton on the 24th of december by the Rev. Or. Go Eidesheim or. Of i Liam s. Pfeil merchant of Allentown to miss hah nah Ballinger of Easton. On the 20th of november by the Rev. Or. Zeller or. Daniel Rothenha grrr of Hereford to miss Lidia Stabler of upper Milford township. \ on the 28th of november by the same or. Joseph Kratzer to miss Sarah Morey both of upper Faucon. On the 31st of december by the same or. Adam Fink to miss Susanna Shuler both of upper Milford. On the 31st-of december by the Rev. Or. Gen mini or. John Keck to miss Mary and George both of Salisburg. On the same Day. By the same or. James Bauman to miss Maria Mohr both of upper Macu Ngy. On the 31st of december by the Rev. Or. Yeager or. G Illiam a Elfr of Bethlehem to miss Sarah Ann Hoffert of Salisburg. On the 4th of january by the some or. Peter Kleckner to mass Caroline Knerr both of East Allentown. Now is your time to buy cheap Iron hardware. By aver a al form their friends and the Public in Genera that they Are determined to sell their Large Stock of Iron just received Corn prising among others. Iii 1\ its English Iron such As Square and hound. Aii sizes of w i i to ill bit Gnu a at 2 cents a Pound and feb Jas ii at 2 cents. Hammered at 4 cents and All rolled very cheap. 25-Blacksmifl anvils of the Best kind aft warranted Aioli cents a Pound. A lot of horse a fail rods the Best in the United states Wor anted. Also cast a year Blister and Spring steel will be sold 1 to. Extraordinary Low prices together Willi very extensive Assort hardware saddlery coach to mings amp a. 1 mechanics tools such As planes saws and All other kinds if tools which fill be sold at lower rates Tian any other House in the United states. Thankful for past favors they have received from a generous Public they Trust that through Pun Tuil attendance to Busi Ness and Small profit they will be Able to gain a still More ext Tsivie patronage. January 4. Ii�?4w new a Imer amp dressmaker. A a a Coopersburg. 0\a a Icv m tick icy al miss Schalter takes pleasure to inform her old lbs com lers anti the Public in Gene re a the ssh or Tell continues the Milliner a and Mantua malting business in Del its various branches in the Village of Coopersburg Lehigh county. She has lately returned from Philadelphia with assortment of the newest and most fashionable style of Lidies bonnets such no silk silk velvet Satin vlushi&c., of All colors styles and prices a targe _ variety of ribbons French and american artificial Caps of Del kinds comprising mourning and others made in the neatest style allot which will be disposed of at a the very lowest terms. A cloaks dresses and Mantilla will be Nide in the latest fashionable styles and in the neatest and most expedit Ousman Mer. She has also made arrangements to receive the monthly fashions from Philadelphia both in the dress making As Well As millinery Brunch of the business. Repairing and shaping of old Bonne Teand dresses will at the shortest Nolice and in the most fashionable style. A miss Schaffer returns her sincere thanks for the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to her and trusts her moderate charges will gain her Many new customers and a continuance of the old ones. Dec. 2iv if�?2m died. At Philadelphia on the 14th of december Catharine Amanda daughter of Peter and Fayetta Sieger aged 0 years. On the 1st of december in South Wiite Hall Elizabeth widow of the late Henry Schneider need 80 years. On the 2nd of january in lower Macu Ngy Charles Gangewer need 20 years. Take notice. Dont let yourselves lie deceived bought or caught by fictitious prices that Are published in the papers. The undersigned sell As Ipp 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 it lower rates than others a All we ask. Is that such a Olio Purchase Iron hardware pc. Should give us a Call and they will find that a a Saegert a hardware store a Sells As Low if not lower than any House in town o. Amp j. Saeger Iron hardware store Allentown. January 11. T�?5 w the partnership of the late firm of Sel Fidoe amp Wilson having been dissolved notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said firm either by note Book account or otherwise to make payment to the under sinned. Surviving partner of said firm who is tie person authorized to Settle the a i ruins in tax new and the first of March in i. Is All la ele accounts amp a. Remaining i Iju Iii Niter Linn Lime will be placed in the hands of a Nisi a in be fur collection. Ail Peinz is having claims is inst said firm will i sent them in tin undersigned or settlement in the above specified time. The subscriber is always to be found it Liis residence a few doors below steel Lerond Georges confectionary establishment. Thomas b. Wilson. January 11. A a jew notice is hereby Given that the undersigned have taken tit letters of administration of the estate of John Strong dec a late of Salsburg township Lehigh county. Therefore All those who tire indebted to said estate will see the necessity of settling their accounts within 6 weeks and such who have any demands against said estate will present their claims Well authenticated within the above specified time John Appel Salsburg. George Brong. Bucks go. Administrators de Bubnis non. Nov. 30eckert Daniel Zeller and others containing 53 acres on which is erected a two Story Stone dwelling and a one and a half Story House a Frame born Woodhouse and other outbuildings an Orchard of the very Best fruit and a Well with Good water in a Jii Glt state of cultivation. It lays about half Ahuile from town on the Reading Road. No. 2�?a lot of ground situate on the Corner of Hamilton and James streets in the Borough of Allentown bounded by lot of g. Lucas containing in front 43 and in depth 230 feet. It is one of the most valuable lots in the Borough. It is the property of Peter Huber. On saturday the 27th. Of january at 10 of clock in the Forenoon at the House of Jonathan Kolb in Allentown a valuable Tannery situate in water Street in said Borough bounded by lots of Paul Knauss and d. Wagner and a Public Alley containing in front 100 feet and in depth 230, thereon is erected a two Story Frame House 2 Story Stone barn re the Tannery contains 42 vats 14 of Jyrich Are under roof also n pump,.bark Mill All propelled by a six horse Power engine bark shed.75 feet in length a tvo Story currying shop the Tannery is arranged upon the newest plan. It is the property of Charles Andress. On the same Day and it the same time and place will also be sold a certain lot of around situate on the Corner of William and John streets bounded by lots of Samuel Moyer and Charles Blumer containing in front of William Street 67 feet and in front of John 62 feet thereon is erected a two Story Frame building 16 feel front on John and 40 feet front on William Street a two Story Frame shop a Well and other outbuildings. It being Tho property of William a. Elliott. On wednesday the 24th of january at 10 of clock in the Forenoon at the House of Israel of Esco in lower Macu Ngy township a certain lot of ground situate in 6aid township bounded by lands of Michael Bastian Christian Weaver Jacob so opel and others containing 73 acres More or less on which is erected n one Story log House Stone barn and other necessary outbuildings there is a valuable Iron Ore bed open on it. It is the. Property of of messes. Frey Wagner and Huber. Charles Imirie sheriff. January 11,. �?3vk a st Jfe eager i amp Fri and the Public in generl that he has taken a room in the new three Etory Brick building of or. Daniel Keiper n Hamilton Street in the Borough of Allentown a few doors West of Weiss Swatch ind jewelry store where he has opened the new v Philadelphia it store he has just received o very Large assortment of Beaver Casto of and other far hats also a Beai Wiful assortment of fashionable silk Hals Cape la of al sizes prices and qualities a he flatters himself to Lay that he will stand Good for his hats tall they will not Only retain the cd Flor but lint they cannot in Point of Duji oilily be excelled. Or. Wneger trusts that term Meh punctual attendance to his reasonable prices he will be Able Ili Tain a Liberal share Fly patronage fur which he will Ever be thankful. A dec. 7. <1�?6m Henry 0. Longer Clur. Auer Lucy and forms Char a it Law. Has resumed the Pruc Iii of his profession in Lehigh and the Adjo Bisig counties. His office is in the residence o the late Hon. Jon w. Hornbeck in Hamill to Street Borough of Allentown. January 11. Us pm Delaware left Gilt Schuylkill rail Road Cydni Bruiy. Pursuant to the act of Incon oration the stockholders of the company will meet at the office of James al Porter Esq. In Easton pa., on the second Monduy of january a. D. 1849, being the eighth Day of the month at 2 o clock p. M. To Eliot by ballot a president six managers a treasurer and Secretary of said company for he ensuing year. J. N. Hutchinson st Felary. December 0, 1848. A h�?�?~3w a proclamation. Whereas the Hon. J. Pringle Jones president of the several courts of common plea of the third judicial District composed of the counties of Berks not Hampton and Lehigh in Pennsylvania inc justices of the several courts of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery and Peter Haas and Jacob Dillinger a sirs judg a of the courts of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery for the trial of nil cup ital offenders in the said county of Lehr Jyh. By their precepts to me directed inv ordered the court of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery to Quot be Leolden at Ai blown county of Lehigh on the. Fifth monday in january is 19,1. Which is the Twenty ninth Day of suit month and continue one week. J to the lamps lamps lamps just received a splendid lot of Atid learn lard Carphine and fluid lamps which vill be sold cheap by a a a a la cd a my in amp str a �?z1 a a 4w notice is therefore hereby giver justices of the peace and Constable of the county of Lehigh that they Are by t be said precepts commanded Tobe there at 10 in clock in the Forenoon of said Day with they Rolls records inquisitions examinations and All other remembrances to do these things which to their offices Appertain to , and All those who Are bound by recognizance to prosecute against the prisoner a let Are or then shall be in the jail of said county of Lehigh Are to he then and there to prosecute Tnp As shall be just. A Given under my hand in Allent Wii the 11th Day Oha Nuary in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and forty nine. God save the Commonwealth. Charles 1hr1e, sheriff. Sheriffs office . 11.1849. 5 1 b. Magistrates Are Desi red to Forward tue returns in criminal cases to the Deputy attorney general at once and to request prosecutors to Call at his office before court and thus afford sufficient time to prepare the. Indictments and other matters necessary for Trio i the amount of unsettled business a a a a a a necessary. A a -4m Inis tit a a a Jan a 1849. F Frederick to Licu Bell ringer mind Cutter and Loce Smith Iii . Respectfully informs his friends and the Public in general that he still continues the above business in al its various branches it his stand on door South of Dillinger amp Craig a dry goods store in Allen Street in the Borough of Allentown where he will also manufacture to order All kinds of so Mes for druggists grocers flt annd other branches warranted to to strictly acc r-5. A a Rater finished in the most splendid manner. He also manufactures All kinds of locks door plates door Knock ers a 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. A or. Bohlen trusts through punctual at tendency to business and Mode rate charges he will be Nile to gain a Inge share of Public patronage for a which he will Ever be thankful. Allentown december 21. M�?4m gum shoes gum shoes. Just received a very Large assortment of ladies gentlemen and childrens gum shoes at prices from 50 cents to $1,37, for Sale al the store of / Lochman amp brother january 11. Ii�?4w of by list for february term 1840. Bottand jurors. David Fretz u. Milford. Paull Nauss Allentown. Jonas Buck Heidelberg a John Biery . Joseph Lehr Allentown. Nathan Miller Washington. John Harmony Lynn. A Xyz a Ferdinand Barge Ninover Heidelberg. Michael Reichard a Macu Ngy. Charles Foster u. Milford. Thomas Lynn u. Faucon. Solomon Arntzer n. Whitehall. Joseph Gross do Michael Schaffer u. Haas. U. Macu Ngy. A Charles Troxell . Henry Erdian of Henry u. Sarconi sat null Hardner Borough. u. Macu Ngy. John snuffer l. Macu Ngy. James Newhard North Whitehall John Sli if a it l. Macu Ngy. Philip Hittel u. Milford. A Jacob Shontz u. Milford. Quot Petit jurors. William men son Northampton Perry Kistler Lynn. Paul Broxon North Whitehall John h. Paul do. Quot Jonas Moyer Weisenburg. Lewis Engelman u. Milford. John Sheirer North Whitehall. John Deichman do. A David Gehman u. Milford. Solomon Keck Salsburg. A Jacob Mickley jr., s. Whitehall. Reuben Stabler a a Milford. Jacob Zimmerman Towhill. A John Ulrich Lynn. Quot Charles Gross Borough Jesse Folweiler Lynn. Daniel Newhard s. Whitehall a Joseph wetherhold Loi Vhill. Peter Windt u. Faucon. Daniel Derr Towhill. A Jesse Bitting u. Milford Joseph Miller. U. Macu Ngy Samuel Lutz. Lynn. A Isaac Stehr born Olgh. 1 a Henry leh do. A William so Ritz u. Milford. David Kern do John Weber u. Faucon. Quot Jonathan Xander Weisenburg. Charles Beers bulb org. Michael Brode Borough. A a co Imp Renner l. Macu Ngy. Benjami Rupp u. Macu Ngy i of chief a re can Whitehall., a Samuel kith Hanover a a Taflin Tamim d6j �j�n.�. Vav a v. Ltd a prices ctr Feirt. Al Lda articles. Per flour. Barrel 5 50 5 50 6 6tt wheat. Buh. 1 06 i 00 1 20 Rye. A 65 65 70 com. A 50 65 06 cats. _ 25 30 36 buckwheat. _ 40 40 flaxseed. _ i 25 1 80 1 40 Clove seed. T 8 25 4 00 4 00 Timothy seed. A 2 00 2 75 2 60 potatoes. 30 85 66 c 50 .45 40 butter. Pound 16 12 18 lard. 9 10 9 tallow. A 9 0 a 8 beeswax. 25 25 27 Ham. 9 8 10 flitch. _ 7 6 6 Tow Yam. A 6 8 8 eggs. Doz. 18i .10 15 Rye whiskey Gall. 25 25 28 Apple whiskey a 20 25 38 a seed Oil. A 651 65 05 Hickory Wood Cord 4 50 4 50 0 00 Oak Wood. A 3 50i 3 co 5 00 egg Cool a. Ton i 8 75� 4 00 4 50 nut Coal. A 2 50 3 00 3 fio Lump Coal. A 3 50 2 50 2 66 plaster. A i 4 501 4 50 2 50 Lippardt a newspaper. A a the Quaker City a edited by George Sippari Authur of a a Washington and hot Gei rals or legends of the revolution a the Quaker City a a a Paul arde Heijn or the Monk of the wiss Hickon a a pfc. Terms two dollars per year invariably in Advance. Single numbers five cents. This paper will he entirely different from Auy other publication Orthe present 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 Lipperd whose legends of the revolution have become household words throughout the United states and whose works have been re published in England and Germany where they have sold by hundreds of thousands. The new world edited by Park Benjamin the Eugene sue of America possessing graphic Powers which even Excel those of the great French he needs no encomium from publishers the Best Magazine in the country the lady a Book issued by Godey holds this language in its january number a this author has struck out an entirely net path and stands isolated on a Point inaccessible to the mass of writers of the present Day. He is unquestionably the most popular writer of the Day and his books Are sold edition after edition thou Sand after thousand while those of others accumulate like useless lumber on Tho shelves of the it is our design to make this in every respect the Best paper published in the United states. We will not set up the old and useless matter of daily papers for our columns not will we crowd our pages with masses of unsightly advertisements. A the Quaker City will be Armce a literary paper and a Panorama Oscity Etfer untended for circulation throughout the Union. The publishers what embellish the a Quaker City Flety paper with the Best Wood engraving but or Tiff to rest the claims of their paper upon its literary Erik Rit and the interest of the romances published in its columns. Kall persons remitting. From the country two dollars before the first of february 1840, will be entitled to a copy fan Yonkof or. Lippardt a do Lam by oks the titles of Kiich Are As ton and his generals or legends of the Rej. Volution Paul Arden Helm or the Monk of the Wissari Kwh the Mozart be and sequel the Quaker City a Romance of Philadelphia. Our teams for clubs Are As follows two copies for $3 00 five copies for $7 00 ten copies for $12 0o a Twenty copies for $20 00. E3tall persons agents amp a who wish to obtain this publication will address Post paid the . A Joseph Severns amp co. No. 72, Chestnut Street Philo january 4. A �?3w �f�1�� t. Matchett tailor in Allentown. Most respectfully informs his friends and his old customers in general that he has established himself on the South Side of Mathil ton Street a few doors below Prytz Ken amp cons store ant twill at All times be re Ady to make gentlemen a garments after the latest London Paris new York and Philadelphia styles. He pledges himself to give entire a amp tis fac tion to those who May favor him with their patronage and at the same time desires to present his acknowledge my its for past favor and solicits a continuance of the same. November 2.Quot Langen heaps Quot Daguerreotype Eich Sigf mid Shi Rohil. The Hong Henry Clay visiting this establish Dent for the purpose of having a Daguerreotype taken expressed flattering opinions on this favorite place of the a Beauty and fashion of Philadelphia 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 groups groups of children and single portraits of All sizes Are. Executed equally Well t Philadelphia april 25. Quot a Foj a by English German Job Prev Tim of fivery description neatly exec fixed at the of the a to a

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