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Bedford White River Standard (Newspaper) - November 29, 1849, Bedford, Indiana A list of lands and town lots returned delinquent for the non payment of the taxes of 1848 and former years by the treasurer and collector of Lawrence county Indiana which if not paid on or before the first monday of january 1850, will be sold or offered for Sale to satisfy the taxes penalty and charges due from the owners thereof a the treasurer of said count at the court House door in Bedford Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4 o clock p. Jm., of said Day or from Day to Day until All Are sold or offered for Sale or so much thereof As will satisfy the taxes and penalties due from tie owners thereof the figures on the right hand of this advertisement show the taxes of 1849 and the state and county taxes of 1848 and former years without interest or Cost of advertising which will be computed by said treasurer. And also one column showing the taxes and penalties of 1848 and 184altogether. Owners names. E o Rinn torn ship. E Side to Brown George Boyles David so be Craw fold John c pts do 0 in a new Critchlow Nancy so a w Cox Esther so so a Owland John w i a do use new do by so r amp. J none Dobbins Calvin new Cor �0 Flinn Alln w i �0 jibs ii Christianne be Hubbard Andrew none do base Isabella i pts Helton Andrew o it w so do o it e j so Milsap Gamaliel so Cor tie younger Lewis o i s m do w i w i be pleasant run Robort be an Fullen Sally 8 end s w so Fullen John new so do 11 pts so French Moses be Cor i no do n it no Braham new to Pine Helton John so ,.nw Holeman Henry w i n e Mitchell Thomas heirs of o a so Miller Daniel pc ii Al endows we a be �1 do n air be Owens Perry own Quot Stewart Milton f. Be do pc Wilson William n i or Perry township. Howors Daniel Butler Susan Cariton r a new no. Ettor John or n i a. A Fellows w c a Ciuris Edward a Lliott Sias heirs of Ulhorn Burton do storm win tui tips Isaac do Woodward Elzy Indian Creek township. I Ardwick George do 1 Mca Fco Thomas hours of do Mallott Silas heirs of do totter Tildeon run old Gabriel do Reynolds Richard wet Miles Hora of do do Picc Valley township. Barker John Klack Woll Exekiel Bruner Adam Culber thou Henry do child Ora Joshua Cooper James w Edwardas l Gladdia liar Radii do Ilac Tings Howell Johnson John King a Fiandor Titman Carter Tate t it Nhoi of do Orion town ship. Bass Barbara �3efl�e_v Jos of but Tilly Ephraim Corban we Damion Bradley Fulton Hugh Larrison Juhn Smith w m Stoj Jall John Terrill we h do do do Wilson doctor Webster win Rono township. Cad i Jaii chess James Ijo Ilidan Kobor do do Tinli Jat in adm r of Oldham Thomas Kob crts r do Rodman pm heirs of Kiberu q heirs of do Strother John heirs of do a Ninov to Sra ii Christopher Shaw Vick township. Anderson we bo38 Jano Bose Thomas or do Butler we hours of do Campbell Andrew Thomas h do Cailoa r m do do do do do Irlton r m amp t l t orig berth Gideon Hughes a. 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O. = 5 3 o to a s = 2 o a Quot = a o e a u i o o o 3 w o g s to it Quot z e d it it it e o state tax of 1848. Tax of 1848. O $ c s 0 12 c to 05 tax of 1849 i i total am t of taxes for 1848 amp 1849. C $ c 87 2 02 230 10 250 200 60 50 0� 65 30 "0 300 65 75 200 450? 50 2505 5s 40 100 103 50 150 130 150 100 220 200 400 100 150 85 it a 75 100 300 amp 0 75 25 550 350 we 1x 100 150 75 50 450 600 150 300 50 15 j 200 420 200 400 400 in jew 150 30j? 25 it 75 15u 100 2 j05 30 j c>3 2 100 2 50 50 goo 50 400 .6001 iwo Sprinc Villo. 100 200 150 300&Quot 25 100j 3tj0 350 ath. 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Up the twelve Large Mauf Actu ring establishments at Lowell employ a capital of thirteen millions of dollars tyning 48 Mills with their appendages such As 600 boarding houses and other total number of spindles in operation m 310,000. The present number of per natives is about 13,000, of whom 1,000 Are males and 9,000 Are females. The methodists in England have determined to erect a College in one of the most vicious and destitute por lion of London for the gratuitous education of the poor. A correspondent of to Louisville Jour if is nal writing from Frankfort says Quot the i mentioned for the Benefit of planters humanity of the town was wounded yes and others annoyed with rats that the ter Day morning by the driving of a gang a b a Etc by the use of common Al of manacled slaves through the streets. They came from Virginia i presume and thus afford a practice illustration of the working of the late change of the Law of 1833. Slavery As exhibited in Well fed Well clothed Well cared for servants it Home is a very differ eat thing from slavery in this merchandising cattle Drivie aspect. Those Here whom i heard Der Bush. Break off boughs from the growing Bush and scatter them a rotund outside of the Grain heaps and no rat Pill trouble the premises. The discover was much annoyed by the creates before he tried a be plan. _ every object in speak most disapprove a of this Spe cat the most glowing and delightful col Che were Large a Tare owners who Are by no Means ors but to adversity everything pears Bleak and dismal. A. will be recollected by Many of our readers that Esq. Gresham of Lafayette township in a lis count left his Home some months since and not returning All search for him had proved Fth witless. A few Days since we Lead a person was Lound buried a few inches under the ground on the neighbourhood of Jeffersonville and it is supposed to be or. G s., and that he was murdered. When last seen he was near the paper Mui. It was at this spot it will be recollected where the old German Gardener was murdere4 some Tiree weeks Albany Ledger Cal Ifonia you it. The year 1848 has been More Replete with wonderful unexpected and astounding political and religious revolutions and valuable discoveries and inventions than any year since the commencement of the world. The whole continent of Europe has been one great vol Cano of revolutions not Only the old but the new world has been the theatre of Ivar and bloodshed ending Only with the treaty of Queretaro giving peace to Mexico and the Gold Plains of California to the american peo ple. Still a greater 6vent�?ono that will work a Complete revolution in the entire medical world and be of greater Benefit to Mankind than any invention that has been made since the Days of Fulton was the discovery of that wonderful and great medical compound Jons Bull s fluid extract or Sarsaparilla. This invaluable remedy has already carried happiness to the hearts of thousands and is daily giving More Consolation to the afflicted than could be afforded by All the wealth in the mines in California and the world combined. It is put up in full quart bottles and contains the strength of six times As much pure Honduras Sarsaparilla As any similar reparation made in America. Price $1 per Mettle or six bottles for a. It has been a Well established fact for years past that Sarsaparilla when pure and properly prepared was the Only True Panacea for All diseases originating from an impure state of the blood the use of Mercury Quot intoxicating drinks evil habits in youth barrenness we boldly assert that John Bull s fluid extract of Sarsaparilla is the Only preparation before the Public that is prepared on strictly scientific principles and of uniform strength. The Sarsaparilla is purchased without regard to Prie a and every Pound before being used is subjected to the strictest chemical tests and its genuineness ascertained before being used. Bull s Sarsaparilla also contains the Virtues of several other valuable medical roots together forming tho Best compound and producing the greatest curative agent in the known world. This Medicine when used according to directions will euro without fail scr Fula or King s evil cancers tutors eruptions of the skin scald head Erysipelas chronic sore Eye ringworm or tetters rheumatism pains in the Bones or joints old sores and ulcers swelling of the glands syphilis dyspepsia Salt Rheum diseases of the kidneys diseases arising from tho use of Mercury loss of appetite pain in the Side and shoulders general debility Lumbago dropsy jaundice Cost Veness bronchitis sore Throat coughs colds weakness Chest pulmonary and All other diseases lending to produce consumption liver complaints female irregularities and complaints sick and nervous head ache Low spirits night sweats exposure or impudence in life chronic constitutional diseases and is a Spring and summer drink and general tonic for the system and a gentle and pleasant purgative it is Superior to Blue lick or Congress water salts or Seidlitz powders. Ohio Good testimony the Ohio state journal Columbus thus Speaks of Bull s Sarsaparilla or has no unprecedented Sale of Bull s compound fluid extract of Sarsaparilla in this City where it has been introduced for the past two months Only with the very Gratifying effects produced upon All who have tried it warrant the assertion that As a purifier of tho blood it has no equal. This is a bold assertion but it can be substantiated by calling on the agent in this e and _c0 we tho undersigned. Druggists and apothecaries in tho City of Louisville Kentucky take pleasure i stating that they have been Selling John Bull s extract of Sarsaparilla for Soma time and confidently recommend it As being a Good and Safe article lapping amp co Montgomery Sutcuffe we. Nock f. W. Kneiss w. E. Smith Watts Thomas Aikin a so. Co Robinson Peter amp Cary j. B. Wilder a amp co j. W. Gamble amp. Co Samuel Yenawine b. Morsell co c. O. Mills a. G. Weather Ford Rupert Lindenberger amp. Co. Louisville november 10, 1848. Bear with us Reader a Little longer and be convinced that Bull s Sarsaparilla is the avoider of the world i and that it will cure you no matter hot Long you have been suffering. What or. Owen druggist and apothecary of several years standing Sayi about Bull s Sarsaparilla lot Isar i a May 31, 1848. Or. John Bull dear sir i have been for a number of years severely ally cited with a mercurial headache and a Dull heavy pain in my liver. I used almost All the remedies of tho Day especially the Sarsaparilla prepared by different persons. But All to Little or no advantage until i chanced to meet with yours three bottles of which gave to More Relief than All the others combined. I therefore take pleasure in recon Monding your Sarsaparilla to the afflicted Community As a Superior article. Very respectfully j. H. Owen D. Rieu mat Isrl. Let All those who Are suffering under the agonizing tortures of rheumatism Road the following and see what May also to done for them if they will use this infallible remedy or. John Bull dear sir for the last three years i have been Anil cited with lie Matisin of the severest character. I waa at times in the greatest agony of pain i tried every remedy 1 could procure for the disease but found no permanent Relief until i was induced to use your preparation of Sarsaparilla which his out irely cured to of rheumatism and greatly improved my general health More than any Medicine 1 have Ever used. I have been free of pain for several months and have no doubt the cure is permanent and i confidently ree Ommund it As being the Best Medicine in us for rheumatism. Isham Bridges. Uniontown Union county Kentucky May i3th, 1848. From or. We. T. Prentiss or. Bull in regard to your Sarsaparilla. I will say that i have used it to some extent in cutaneous affections of longstanding As Tinea Cape tia Lepta psoriasis scabies syphilitic cachexia and in Lul diseases where the Indi it cation of cure seems to consist in a thorough change or modification of the fluids of the Bod a with considerable Success in conjunction with local treatment. 1 think i would prefer it to any other preparation of Sarsaparilla in use and any physician will admit its value upon learning the substances thai enter into its composition. Respectfully yours w. T. Prentiss D. Lewisport ky., dec. 4, 1847.As a female Medicine it is Wuh out a rival. This Sarsaparilla is a Sovereign and speedy cure for incipient consumption barrenness pro Lapsus Uteri or falling of the womb piles Cost Veness Rencor Rhea or Whites obstructed or difficult menstruation incontinence of urine or involuntary discharge thereof and for the general prostration of the system no matter whether the rus Alt of inherent cause or causes produced by irregularity illness or Accident. Nothing car be More surprising than its invigorating effects on the Baman Frame. Fer zoos of All weakness and lassitude from taking Fiat once become robust and full of Energy under its influence. It immediately counteracts the nerveless Ness of the Lemite Frame which is the great cause of barrenness. It will not be expected of a in cases of to Del Cater Natare to exhibit certificates of cures performed Bat we can assure the afflicted that hundreds of cases have been reported to us. Thongs ads of cases where families have been without children after using a few bottles of this inv of tala Medicine have been blessed with Sab healthy out ring. Haa been Ftp tensely prepared in tee Renee to female com plaints. No female who has reason to Aii pose a she is approaching that critical period Quot the turn of life Quot should neglect to take it As it is a certain preventive for any of the numerous and horrible diseases to which females Are subject at this time of life. This period May be delayed for several years by using this Medicine. Nor is it less valuable for those who Are approaching womanhood As it is calculated to assist nature by quickening the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed this Medicine is invaluable for All the delicate diseases to which women Are subject. It is the safest and most effectual Medicine Fot purifying tie system arb relieving the sufferings attendant upon child birth Ever Dis Vered. It strengthens both the Mother and child prevents pain and disease increases and enriches tho food those who have used it think it is indispensable. It is highly useful both before and after confinement As it prevents diseases attendant upon child birth. In Cost Veness piles cramps swelling of the feet despondency heartburn vomiting pain in the Back and loins false pains Haemorrhage and in regulating the secretions and equalizing the circulation it has no equal. The great Beauty of this Medicine is it is always Safe and tho most delicate use it most successfully. As a beautifying agent it is far Superior to All tho cosmetics and lotions in use producing a Clear and Beautiful skin Rosy Cheeks removing freckles and pimples. A hint to the ladies is us ancient. Better testimony than was even offered in favor of any Medicine from or. James Moore. Or. John Bull i have no hesitation in saying that i believe your Sarsaparilla to be the Best article Ever manufactured for the cure of scr Fula syphilis and Many other cutaneous and gland Lut affections having used it with entire Success in a number of the above cases. Jas. Moure D. Louisville Doc. 6g, 1847. More testimony from or. Moore or. John Bull i am using your Sarsaparilla in several new cases of sci Fula and with Happy effect. I am now confident it is one of the most efficacious medicines that can be made for that disease. Yours James Moore D. Winchester ky., feb. 1, 1848. Testimony like the following renders superfluous All further comments upon the Efficacy of Bull s Sarsaparilla. From or. L. P. Yandell professor of chem Ustiy in the Louisville medical College "1 have looked Over the list of ingredients con posing John Bull s compound extract of Sarsaparilla and have no hesitation in saying that they form a Safe compound and one that promises Well in chronic diseases to which it is applicable. L. P. Yandall D. Louisville june 6, 1848. What or. Pyles physician by appointment to the Louisville Marine Hospital says of Bull s Sarsaparilla Louisville March 20, 1849. I have examined the prescription for the preparation of John Bull s Sarsaparilla and believe the combination to be an excellent one and Well calculated to produce an alterative impression on the system. I have used it in both in Public and private practice end think it tho Best article of Sarsaparilla in use. Pyles D. Resident physician at the Louisville Marine Hospital. This Medicine is daily grappling with disease through tho Western country restoring to Blooming health and Youthful vigor the sick and in Allic ted nay those that Are grievously tormented. Certificates Are teeming from All directions from men of truth and High moral standing placing it from its intrinsic Worth the very Best of All remedies Over before the Public. Sold wholesale and retail by Jon Bull at his principal office 81 fourth Street and by the druggists generally in the City and country. Persons wishing to accept of an Agency for the Sale of Bull s Sarsaparilla will please address John Bull 81 Uburth Street Lou. Seville with Rotor fences. A constant Supply of this valuable Medicine will be kept for Sale by the undersigned who Are agents for the county of Lawrence ind. Dunihue amp Kelly june 6ih, 1849. Livonia 3iale and female Academy. The first session of this school will commence on the first monday of nov. And will continue 22 weeks. Livonia is in Washington county 12 Miles West of , and 7 Miles North of Hardinsburg on the new Albany and Vincennes Road. Rev. Henky j. a. Principal will have competent assistants and suitable accommodations for a Large and highly res testable school. Lie has had i a t years sex Jeri once in tho Manai Dement of a flourishing institution at Paris Illinois. Tuition per session greek and latin languages algebra geometry trigonometry r and surveying $12,00 rhetoric mental and moral philosophy chemistry drawing and painting 9,00 natural Phu Sophy arithmetic English Grammer and geography 7.00 spelling Reading writing and primary arithmetic 5,00 tuition is required to be paid at the Middle and end of the session. Boarding can be had in the Village and Vicinity at from one Dollar Twenty five cents to two dollars per week. Reference Rev. R. Roberts Bedford la. Livonia ind., sept. 2 1849mazepp-v stables. Horses bought and sold kept at livery and to let together will All kinds of carriages for the accommodation of travellers pleasure parties &.c. Thomas l. Draper having repaired and made considerable addition to his stable and Stock announces to the Public that he is now prepared to furnish horses coaches buggies and other vehicles of the most substantial and reliable kind at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. Horses will be kept at livery on the Best of provender and by the most careful Ostl he will also Purchase and sell on commission in Short All the accommodations that Are usual in such establishments will be found at his stables. Horses at All tiros for Salt. His Hack 8 run regularly twice a Day Between this place and Louisville attended by careful and experienced Drivers. Thankful for past favors he solicits a continuance of of the patronage of his friends and the Public generally. Nev. Albany ind.,oct. 35, 1849. Kest a eat. John t. Monsch respectfully informs his friends and the Public that he has opened his restaurant for the season and will always keep on hand a Supply Otres i oysters sardines pigs feet and All other articles in his line which will be served up in the most Superior style to suit tastes of his customers. Thankful for past patronage he respectfully solicits a continuance of the same. The restaurant is entirely distinct from the Coffee House. New Albany Indiana oct. 18, 1849. Protection insurance company Hartford. Conn. A 3ncy at new Albany premiums capital Stockand surplus fund . I Quot he undersigned having been appointed Al agent for this old Well known company in this City offers to take risks against loss or damage by fire on buildings of All kinds merchandise in store. Factories Mills. &c., &c., also on cargoes against the perils of the seas lakes Rivers canals &c., &c., on the most Favorule terms and at the lowest ratio of Premium. T in above company have been doing business now for nearly Twenty five years and has paid upwards of one million of dollars in loss9s to insurers All Over the Union. All loss3swill be liberally and promptly paid by me in this City. 05-Couutry risks will be taken at the lowest rate of Premium. C. F. Vernon a t. No. 3, main Street at Nunemacher s Book store. City references. James r. Shields president of the Branch Bank of Indiana at new Albany. Siimes Brooks president of the new Albany and Salem Railroad company. Hurlburt Mann Winstandley amp Newkirk Bro iks amp Brown Childs amp Kent a Fitin amp Mcdonald Hulme Mcnairy amp co. John Davis Phineas Kent. New Albany oct. 4, 1849. New York life insurance co. Formerly Nautilus capital Over 8200,000. By his company has been established but x a Little Over four years and has declared four annual dividends three of fifty and on. Of Lorty per cent. It has issued on the lives of individuals nearly five thousand life policies and has amassed an accumulated capital of Over s300,000, secured in Safe and reliable investments. Cin policies issued for a single year or for a term of years the Premium is All payable iti Cash but for policies issued for the whole be. Roil of life when the annual Premium amounts. To fifty dollars or Over the assured after tyr. Ing sixty per cent. In Cash and one Dollar of the policy can give a note at twelve months Fot the remaining 40 per cent without warranty Beiring interest at 6 percent payable annually or if he so elect be May pay the Premium a utterly or Semi annually in Cash when it amounts to Twenty dollars but no notes Aro receivable on quarterly or Semi annual payments and no quarterly or Semi annual Payi ments receivable unless expressed on the pc lii cies. Thus it will be seen that this company offer to the Public the opt onary method of insuring for life either by pitying All the Premium in Cash quarterly or Semi annual or sixty per cent of the amount when the Premium shall exceed fifty dollars embracing in All its pro visions Quot the old plan of the first Mutual life in Suranee institutions of England and America and the Superior advantages of the improved changes in tho recently adopted method re Quiring from the assured on y sixty per cent in Cash which the , Massachusetts Coan Teicht and Pennsylvania and in fact tho larger number of tho principal Mutual life insurance companies of the North and East found by late experience to prove far Superior in the Mutual system both to be Asi sired and tho under writers. Tho above company is too Well and Favory ably known both by its patrons Here As Well As elsewhere to need a reference As to the Stani Ding of the gentlemen who preside interests its past Prosperity and permanent a Arch of Success is a guaranty sufficient to induce tho Confidence and patronage of tho Public. I am prepared o Issue policies either to citizens Here or in the Cou itry on tho lowest a id most favourable terms. I fool thankful for the past patronage of tho Public in this City and the country surrounding a id invite a continuation of their Liberal sup part. Insurances effected on individuals in tho country on emigrants going to California and Oregon. Liberal permits granted to those travelling North and s Outh. No extra charge made for epidemics. Life insurance pamphlets will be forwarded to any part of the country Gratis and will be f famished by me at my office at All times with pleasure to persons acquainting them with tho tis rms and conditions of life insurance. Policies granted to persons residing in Ken t Jacky Indiana Illinois Missouri Iowa and the Southern states. All losses will be promptly adjusted by to i i this City Chas. , agent. Office at Nunemacher s Bookstore no. 3, Plain Street. New Albany oct.4, 1849. Administrator s notice. 1he undersigned having this Day obtained _ from the clerk s office of the Lawrence probate court in the state of Indiana letters i f administration upon the estate of Ralph to. Norvell late of said county deceased requests All persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment and those having i claims against the same will present them within one year from this Date Lor payment. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. John t. Woodward adm r. Nov. 19th, 1849._ administrator s Sale. W ill sell at Public auction at the late residence of Ralph g. Norvell deceased in the town of Springville Indiana on the i3th Day of december next and to continue said Jale from Day to Day until All sold the personal property of said deceased consisting of Hor us. Cattle hogs one Wagon household and Kitchen furniture amp. Also a lot of shop fun Liture. Medicine surgical inst Menta a credit of twelve Mont lis will be Given on All sums Over three dollars tho purchaser executing note with approved se-3urity collectable without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement All 3ums of three dollars and under Cash in hand will be required. A John t. Woodward administrator november 19th 1849. Is state of Indiana Lawrence county at the november term of the Lawrence probate court a. D. 1849, said court declared the estate of William Watson de cd to be probably insolvent creditors Are therefore required to file their claims against said estate for allowance in said probate court within ten months from the Date thereof or they will not be entitled to payment. Lanson fish administrator. Delinquent land Sale. Notice is hereby Given that the lands and lots returned Deline Keiit in Greene county Indiana for the year 1848, oreo much thereof As will be Necessia to pay , penalty and costs of Doe thereon at the time of Sale Mil to sold at Public auction at the court House doot in blk Oneld m said tho first monday of january next. Sale to commence at 10 o clock a m., and to be continued from Day to Day if necessary until the same Are All offered for . R. Cavan a. . Oct. 1, 1849. White and Black , for Sale by h. H. Amp j. D. Molane b6dfordoct.4, 1849. Sixx Biff s . By virtue of a Vendit Ioni exp Onas to me directed from the clerk s office of the Daviess circuit court i will sell at the court House Doore in the town of Bedford Indiana on the 8th Day of december 1849, tho rents and profits for seven years of tho following real esta Tate to wit the South half of lot Nam to it or fifteen 15 a also lots number Twenty and Twenty one in the town of Leesville Lawrence county Indiana. And to full amount demanded by stud Vendit Ioni exp Onas i win sell the fee simple to the highest bidder. Taken to satisfy Saia. Writ at the suit of Eleanor Merri executrix of Robt. Lerrie dec ed., and against Addison and Clendenning. Sale Between the hours prescribed by Law. A. Gelwick so of. L. C i november 15, 1849. ? Salt by the bbl or tin bucket full for a ale by h. H. Amp j. D. A Clafy a. Bedford oct. 4, 184�
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