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The Portsmouth Inquirer (Newspaper) - April 8, 1850, Portsmouth, OhioWater Gas important and interesting the new water Gas. During the past two weeks there Bare been Beveral inter Esting tests Sod experiments made to As certain and demonstrate the relative Quali ties of Coal Gas and water Gas As invented and patented by or. Brown of this City. The results of experiments last week were much the same Isson monday evening therefore we proceed to give the last re suits. Numerous a Ichla scientific senile i men were present who were familar and conversant with the subject both chemically and scientifically among whom were fro lessors Heath Waterman and others of this City who carefully noted the various experiments. The results were that the water was con and 6 tenths cubic feet per hour and gave a Light equal to 54s sperm Canute after Era Duttine the was Burner to give Light of different Powers and testing them properly the apparatus was App lieu to. Pipe supplying Coal Gas from the Balti More Coal Gas works. The same pres sure was used As for the water Gas and the same Gas Burner consumed 4 feet of Coal Gas per hour and gave the Light of less than 6 candles. The results were so astounding to several of the gentlemen pre sent that the experiments were repeated timed and measured with the greatest accuracy and the results As before namely the water Gas consuming 2 6- cubic feet gave Light equal to 25 candles and Coal Gas con 1 burning 4 feet gave less Light than 6 candles. The same apparatus pressure test Lig and Gas Burner were used in one Gas As in the other the metre used is constructed to Divide the cubic foot in tenths and so arranged As to see and regulate the pressure accurately. These experiments which the proprietors of the Patent Brown Gidding Sec co., Baltimore Are anxious and desirous to i convince the Public of and which they Are determined shall be subject to Tjie severest scrutiny and test will soon overthrow All present modes of artificial Light. The com Pany Are constructing a Beautiful apparatus Lor exhibiting and testing this water Gas be fore the Talent of new York Boston Phila Delphia a convinced that truth and genuine improvement Only need to be looked into to convince the chemist Gas Compa Nies engineers and the Public to introduce this Beautiful pure and cheap Gas through the civilized world and with greater rapidity than any invention of modern or ancient Timea. The water Gas was tested at the Clipper office and the Coal Gas in the same Block. The Coal was in Baltimore is sold at 84 per Nous Analei Ign Jeci Iob prompt payment this Rich Brilliant w Ter Gas is generated at about $1,50 per thou Sand feet including All materials. Bait. Clipper. Romantic but truth Fol events i human life. About four year since a poor. Miserable intemperate woman wandered about the streets of Cincinnati accompanied by a delicate but Bright Little daughter of six years of age. They called together at the House of a lady then living on Broad Way and asked Charity. It was freely dispensed and the lady being pleased with the Lovely appearance of the child insisted up on taking it into her keeping which was granted. The Mother went away and was not heard of until about one year afterwards when the lady who had charge of the Little girl to whom she had now become strongly attached was sent for to an obscure part Fivi Ecith. She there found the woman in a filthy and dying condition with just strength enough left to Tell her that Trie child Nad an Uncle its father s brother Liv ing somewhere Down the River but where she knew not i a Meic in attached to its birth. And the Toman died. From that time until about a week since the Foster Moth of the Little girl has made every Effort to ascertain the truth of the dying Mother s statement when she succeeded and on monday last the Uncle of the Little girl came up from Louis Ville and took the Little miss away. That Little unfortunate is now the sole heir of an income of fourteen Hundred dollars per an num bequeathed to her by her own lather. This May seem like fiction but the parties Are All known to us. Cin. A. Pigeon shooting. Messes. T. T. Ben Bridge. L. Ellsworth or. Mcfarland and tight. Jones a went on a shooting excursion to the Feeon Roost North East of town lost eve nine. And returned Thimo ruins with ninety eight pigeons which May be set Down As a pretty Good Days work Lafayette courier. " what a mtg Thev had not got the other two so As to make it even six Hundred v however we know Ait the gentleman too Well to suppose they would6 for Tiro pig so Tel i p. S. One Day the same Jenks who announces the above has the following in his succeeding paper. The sport continues. The editor with Mirt of seven others went Over to the Roost last evening and succeeded in slaying about six Hundred. The cracking of guns is heard in every direction All who Are fond of shooting and have or can borrow a shoot ing Iron Nave or Are in Mug oui Auk of the Opportunity a Chance As favourable Seldom occurring. The pigeons Are unusually fat and most excellent eating. There t we have now got about the tit Sis Indiana state sen Fin the St. Louis Union says that mrs. Howard whose husband was killed at that place some time since by Lansdown got Possession of her children who were at the Convent near that City by forcible Means. She exposed a Belt of pistols de Clarino her intention to carry off her chit Dre Natall hazards and saying have killed one woman and j can kill other if opposed devout but rather simple Episcopalian noticed during the season of Lent that the Cli urch be la was runs every Day and not understanding it he turned one Day to a brother in the Church and asked him what their hell was rung for so often. Why said his Friend it is with charming simplicity he replied Lent f who has borrowed it i the renowned Rin edition of cant. Earn w u up Broad fiver in search of the Mons Ter sea sement. Were much iliac lined. On approaching Hie Gorsli pfc by the proximity of Lour w Dales Oua arg e and three smaller one immediately following the other and in their movements having All the appearance of a single animal. So ends the Southern sea Serpent. It will next appear jut before the watering season a now water Cement major Gen. Ansley of Tho army. Has discovered a new method if making a water Cement which from its cheapness and Trio abundance of Matt rial As Well a to Ense with which any person can make it must prove o be exceedingly valuable to the people of every anti of. Ine composition is four parts by weight of Chalk und five parts by weight of Blue Clay mixed Well together. The manner of testing the strength of this Cement was is follows. An experimental pier. Was commenced horizontally from a will by Means of the Cement Only is a support. A Small rect angular portion of the supporting Wall sufficient for receiving the first Brick was scraped clean the mortar being removed from its joints to the depth of half an Inch the soap Beins filled with pure or net Cement first Brick being attached to it by fresh Cement applied before tint in the lots had set. When a Ireson Brick. Was. Added it was immersed Lor unit a minute in a bucket of water the face to which it was attached being also netted after which the Cement was added to both sur faces first in a thin coat to the Wall or fixed Brick and then in a thicker layer to the new Brick. After the setting of each Brick it was held up by hand five or ten minutes in order to allow of the setting of the Cement in this manner one Brick was applied daily until the pier attained such a length As to break with its own Over Hanei weight. The number of bricks Sims gained a y this Cement was 31, amount ing to a length of six feet eleven and a half inches and weighing Lou lbs. A composition of three ports Chalk and four parts of Blue Cluny supported Twenty eight bricks weighing 171 Lus. The Unity of the human race. At the Inte scientific convention at Harleston or. Mott read a Piper on the physical history of the jews in relation to its Beanner on the common origin of Man kind which gave Rise to some debate in the course of which professor a Gas said for his own part after giving to this question much consideration he was ready Tomu Intuit that the different races of men were descended front different stocks and he regarded this position As fully sustained by divine revelation. J he jewish history was the history not of divers races but of a single race of Mankind but the exist ence of other races was of Lon incidentally to Ludo to and distinctly implied if not absolutely asserted in the sacred this expression of opinion produced a Strong sensation among the members of the body. Affray at Louisville. A very serious affray occurred at single ton s Landing ky., last monday Between t. Coger Ond scene Singleton in which Ceger and son were both shot. It no. Pears Tho difficulty occurred Between them in regard to a consignment of groceries that was supposed to have Becu received by Coser which he said he and not received. Suit had been brought and the Case tried in the Cabin of the Blue Wing and was decided in favor of Ger n Here Uno n Sineleton remarked that he believed Coger s son Mike had taken Tho articles. I i 1 1 i pm. Rei Errea to Una Soia Mem. I Uoder Uuie he repented when Coger immediately seized him by the Throat and commenced Chok ing him. Singleton Drew a revolver and fired three times at Coger Tho bulls taking it fact in the numb Nark and Side. A son of his who ran to his Aid was Alto shot receiving a Ball in his breast Ali in was thou the mortal. Cps Rirs wounds were very dangerous and might also prove mor tul. Singleton during the excitement that took place Irot away. Up to the time of the departure of the boat he had not been or rested. Phenomena of Light the different coloured rays of Light Are not equally Luminous that is to say do not impress our eyes with equal brilliancy. A piece of finely printed paper pm cod in yellow Light Cun be read at a much greater distance than in any other color und from this Tho Light declines on either hand and gradually Indes away in the Violet and Tho red. The Light of the Sun is accompanied by heat. Or found that by inferring pieces of Dif Ferent coloured Glass Between the Sun and a thermometer that the temperature of of the latter was differently of clod by different coloured glasses. 1 he heat is least in the Violet Sua continually increases As we descend through the colors the red be ing the hottest of them All. Late discoveries have shown that every Ray of Light can produce specific changes in compound bodies. Thus it is the yellow Ray which controls the growth of plants and makes their leaves turn Green the Blue Ray which brings about a Peculiar decomposition of the Iodides of Silver bodies which Aro used in photo Genie drawing. Those substances which phosphor Esce of exposure to the Sun differently of fooled at the Dif Ferent rays the re fragile producing their glow and the less extinguishing them. or. Kirwin a Tho american counsel at Panama who has distinguished himself during the recent jail delivery at that place by quelling the riot and preserving the peace of the City commanded a company of rifles in colonel Davis s regiment at Tho Battle of Bucana Vitta and was Honor ably Mon toned in the report of his colonel for having maintained his position with a fearful Odds against him although wounded in Tho action. A few More consuls like or. Corwin would better sustain the reputation of our country abroad than it has been by Tho majority of them. John a my Covieo hot " not yet mass in spit in him and he no i . Medical department. Regular course of lectures in thu the will commence on the first of no vember and of online until the last of february. On the anatomical department will be opened and ready to receive students by the let of october. Ali medical department will be under 111 direction of the following. Pro Tetsuka. In a fek Man m d professor of Anatomy. R s Newton m d Profe Eeor of surgery. H j Hitchi m d professor of theory and practice of Medicine. W Bow Power m d professor of my Lioio by pathology mineralogy and geology de j Kino m d Profe Eeor of Materia Medica to Ronnin and medical jurisprudence j Milton Sanders am i Profe Eeor of chemistry and pharmacy. J a Wilson m d professor or obstetrics and diseases of women and children. R Unn Iti l i Clini Liukai lm1uhwi Medicine prof j Hufcut in a Newton. Z Freeman m d anatomical demonstrator. The fees for a full course of lectures Amyoni to $1c5. Each professor s ticket $15. A. Trico Lator a 5. Demonstrator s fee. $10, graduation t20. Those desiring further information will please address their letters postpaid to the Dean j and Slu Denu arriving in the City vill please Callou Bim at the commercial hotel.". R. 8. Newton m. D., Dean of the faculty Law department. Hon. E w m Kino professor of theory and practice of Law. John Delafield Esq., professor of Commer cil $50 per session. Ail communications pertaining to this department must be addressed to e. W. M. King Esq. Memphis tenn., March 1850. Families for intellectual abilities moral Worth and professional acquirement will compare favourably with the most ,.h in nor country. The medical faculty constitutes an anomaly in this or any other non Norv All of Thorn Are Awe lecturer Ana the Best of teachers. Those who will contemplate on geographic l Nna Tiou and the extent of our population can have no doubt a to the eligibility of our situation for an Enterprise of the kind. As to health including All seasons of l he year we deny that ant other cite has More. A common error exists in the minds of Many Tiunis relative to the til of studying Medicine those who intend practising among the diseases of the West and South should certainly educate themselves at a school whose faculty Are practically acquainted with these diseases. the Noblie Mav be satisfied of the permanency of this school we feel it our duty to state that the trustees and r acuity form a in Minn. Which Kuers Well for its in i him Milf ii. And that the Peculiar internal organization a bin connects Mem a Nonoi interrupted. E.w.m.k1nu, april 1, 1850 Kun. N the. Non Reiher has on hand and is now e Aniah intr. A hotter and More of genteel mole skin of the style adapted for september 1849, than has Ever been presented to the Public Here m3wir& s Moll Mma made to order at the shortest notice by the sin Gle hat or dozen. V. W of a Portsmouth sept 4, 1849. 22tt an endless variety of Plush cloth Oil " de. And fur Caps latest fashion. A4 .0 Wolfard. Gentlemen furn Ashing of conf Street one door East of s. R. Ross Ohio. M a in o Fosi in t Tel udits informs his old customers and the Public Gen he is now receiving and opening splendid lot of cloths Cassimes Betings cot ton and Linen shirts ii Avais Pioves i upon and silk under shirts and drawers and in fact everything in that line. H has Oro cared Tho assistance of or. Charles. Hartshorn As Cutter in this establishment who has been for Many years engaged As such in the St. John s establishment in the City of new York so favourably known As the Fountain of fashion and taste in that City of fashions. Gentle Ion. Therefore who May desire serviceable and substantial articles of dress. Lot up in the latest fashion will do Well to visit and they will find upon examination that it will not be necessary to go elsewhere. 5 or 6 Journeyman tailors wanted to whom the highest wages and constant employment will be Given. Appaya Salove. A. J. A Portsmouth october 23, 1849 s9wtf. New and cheap goods at no. 4, is now receiving from Philadelphia his fall and Winter Stock selected expressly for this Market and which cannot fail to please. He deems it unnecessary to name his goods suffice it to say his Aseo raiment is Complete and his goods As Low can be bought any were in mis country. Koovll at his store on front Street four doors Bao Market and be Satis Nea of tins tact Portsmouth. Oct. 16, 49. Twist tobacco in 20 kegs first Quality also various grades Missouri and Virginia tobacco for Sale at the lowest rates by d. N. Rudo. Sept. 4, 49. Cash for rags. Staving tie Agency for three paper Mann 11 Fulton of we Ore prep arca to pay Ine nigh eat Urlce in Cash. Books or paper for any Quan. Tits of Pood clean rags at our Book store no. 1 front Street. Whiting at Huntington. Portsmouth september 35, 1849. 25wtf. File tobacco a few boxes of extra choke extra Fine to y for retailers just received and for Sale of a. K. Kuna. Sept 4, 49. Salt Alt 250 bbl. Kanawha Salt York Ball also turks Island Salt and Liverpool Salt Oft. T a e i i a i Deo.l7,l849-3 7tf. To buckwheat flour Elsol Bahr Soj buckwheat r Lour from Pennsylvania in Sacas i r -. Of of ids just received by Steamer u1u0 Ana Lor Sale of b. K. Jakubs. Portsmouth dec. 4, 1849 35tf furs i furs he undersigned will nay to highest Cash Price for furs of every de scrip. Tion. A Yulia Aku december 10. 1813- of mho 1 second Street Between Market and court one Square from the Steamboat Landing f por month o. The subscriber respectfully informs her friends and the Public generally hint she will continue the above named Well known House of entertainment heretofore kept by her late husband Thomas Coney where she will be Happy to wait upon All who May favor her with their patronage. The House was not Long since enlarged and furnish in a style to make every guest comfortable. The table will at All times be Well supplied with the Best that the markets afford and the bedding will be clean and neat. A commodious stable Carriage Honse and Wason Yard Adoina the House in charge of careful Hostler where single horses or teams will be Well attended end supplied with an a. Abundance of the Best Flay and Grain. In Short the subscriber intends that her House shall be a comfortable Home for her guests. The charges heretofore will be reasonable. The coaches for the North and East pass the House daily morning and evening. Portsmouth october 23, 1849. 39yl. New Book store the subscribers respectfully in form the citizens of this place and 1 surround no country that they save a Mimi opened in Mcdowell s Block Corner of front and Market streets a Large and general assortment of books and stationery Nanai Atiniz of Law medical theological Cla Apical and Brno of books in connection with this establishment they Haven extensive bindery where All kinds of . A ams. Of a Superior Quality will be made to order of any pattern and on the shortest nonce. T ully determined to Supply every Wing Umi the wants of the Community May require they Hope by strict attention to business to receive a Hue rat snare of Puono patronage. It Nii Ilu a nun no Ivov Portsmouth april 17, 1849 2tf fancy articles. At to pni1a nil nuns. Silver do do. Ladies t. T hum unit nurses ladies work boxes. Razors and Strops Fine pen knives scissors la Dies card cases hair brushes tooth ditto cloth. P i l. Riuo oct Lor Bio Cudby us a. A Wrt t april o .11 w. " Iii Kkt. Swan s treatise. New edition of swans treatise issus the it is much larger than the old one and changed to suit All die recent Laws no the close of the last session of the Legisla Ture for Sale by the dozen or single at publisher s prices by who l 1jng a he Xinliu Niv Bijj Ore Portsmouth dec. 41849 35tf. Howe s celebrated Hygean ilor hound and lit cavort cough Candy a certain cure for Soughs colds hoarseness sore Throat Phthisic whooping cough bronchitis Sec. The origin and nature of Tho above com plaints being so Well known we will not out rage common sense by entering into a Learned disquisition end by ransacking the medical vocabulary using terms not generally under too but by the medical faculty which Only tend to dazzle and confuse the mind in describing the nature and effect of cough Saud colds which every child Over ten years of age knows by practical experience. It will be sufficient to say in Plain terms that coughs and colds Are generally occasioned by obstructed perspiration and the object of All remedies Sli uld be to remove the obstruction. I his Candy by opening the pores of the body allaying the irritation and promoting free expect Tor Aliou has that effect and by tit Means re moves the complaint. It is allowed to be the Only Candy now in use of any practical Benefit before the Public for the last five years the sales steadily and enor Mously increasing every year its reputation is now so fully established All Over the United states that cough remedy a. H in Vav in tvs Moutell or Oucht to be. Particularly those who Aro suf Fering with a cough or cold. Prom the. . M. Trio he or Mig elder of vie Cincinnati District Leodist eni Scoval Church. I have used Howe s cough Candy and have found it a pleasant remedy for hoarseness and believe Public sneakers troubled with disease or Ilia that. A mild find Benefit from its use Cincinnati sept. 125, 47. J. M. Trimble full directions on the wrapper sold in pack Ages at 5, 10 Ana 20 cents each. Rom Cipani a spot no 1, Vorgo i. Vivina. 8. Howe proprietor. J. L. Movey & co. Agent Portsmouth november 13,1849. 32m4. My a Tea this honest Navrea x. You Inin and gun powder teas in half chests cuties and canisters May be found con stantly on hand and for Sale lower than Ever in quart Lipics to suit of w. Usu. Sept. 4, 4. Is now receiving a full Supply swells and Blank books of Al kinds for Sale at hii Book and music store a unusually Low prices. Portsmouth december 17, 1849 37 of id Dumi Kentucky Flifle powder made at Tufield Connecticut and put up in whole half of Quarter kegs for Sale at lowest rates. Also blasting and Cannon powder Al ways on band orders tilled in ten minutes tone by calling of a. K. Kuss agent Hazard company. Portsmouth nov. 14, 1848- 31 extensive Supply of s1e1 we have just received 25 Hhd. Hugar 150 bags Coffee 100 bbl molasses. 10 of. Cd. Tea. 20 boxes tobacco 5 pierces Rice 60 boxes candles 100 reams wrap. Paper 20 boxes soap. 10 Bales batting 10 kegs 6 t tobacco 6 boxes Castile soap 10,00 j of. Span. Cigars Ludo ground Pepper 10 boxes 10 do do Pimento .10 bbl Sal Eratus 1 cask madder,20 bbl by c Cement 9 croons indigo 1,0110 lbs Cotton yarns assorted 10 fatties Imp. And y. Ii Tea 10 bbl Louisville Lime. Etc. Eto. All of which they offer for Sale on Tho lowest terms. Country merchant and others will do Well to Call and examine our Stock and prices before purchasing i senere As we Are Well assured our Good and Price will Well compare with those of any other House in the place. Davis Smith &. Co. Market Sheet. Portsmouth october 2j, 1849 29wlf. Bull s is put up in full quart Botts and con Hans the strength of Sia l Ixo As much pure Honduras Sarapa " Riua As any similar Prepa ration made in America. Price one Dollar per bottle or six bottles for five Dou Lars. 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 Dis eases Ong Nauvie irom an Rai pure Imo i blood the use of Mercury intoxicating drinks evil habits in youth barrenness &.c. We boldly assert that John Bull s fluid extract or Sarsaparilla is Tho Only preparation before the Public that is prepared of strictly scientific principles and of. Uniform strength. The i an in Norn Hasnerl without retard to Price and every Pound before being used is subject to the strictest chemical tests and Itsue quiness ascertained before being . Sir Mirril a a i no contains the Vire of several other valuable medical roots together forming the Best compound and producing the for teat curative cont in the known world t i this Medicine when used according to directions will care without fail. Scr Fula or King evil coughs colds can Cor tutors weakness of the Chest Ernp Tion s of the skin pulmonary affections Ery sip Elas chronic sore eyes ringworm or tet ters scald head rheumatism pains m the Bones or joints old sores and ulcers swelling of the glands syphilis dyspepsia. Salt Boum diseases of the kidneys diseases arising from the use of Mercury loss of appetite pain in Side and shoulders general debility Lumbago dropsy jaundice Cost Veness sore Throat bronchitis and All other diseases tending to pro Duce consumption liver complaint female irregularities and complaints sick and nervous headache Low spirits night sweats exposure or imprudence 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 p waders. Good testimony. We the undersigned druggists Aid Aponto Carie s in the City of Louisville ky., take plea sure in stating that we hav6 been Selling John Bull s extract of Sarsaparilla for some time and confidently recommend it As being a Good and Safe article lapping co., j. B. Wilder co., Mont Gomery & Aitkin &.co.,, j. W. Gamble & co., j. H. Owen Sam l Yena wine. W. Kneiss b. Morsell & cow. E. Smith. . Wetherford. Watts and Thomas Rupert Lindenberger and co., Robinson Peur Ana vary i. J. , november 20, 1848. Obear with us Reader a Tillo longer and be convinced that Bull s Sarsaparilla is the wonder of the world. And that it will cure you no matter How Long you have been suffering. What or. Owen druggist and apothecary of several years standing say b about Bull s Sarsa Parilla. Louisville May 31, 1848. Or. Joint Bull dear sir i have been for a number of Vears severely afflicted with a Mer curial headache und a Dull heavy pain in my liver. I used almost All the remedies of the Day especially the Sarsaparilla prepared by Dif Ferent persons but All to Little or no advantage until i chanced to meet with yours three bottles of which gave me More Relief than Oil the others combined. I therefore take pleasure in recommending your Sarsaparilla to the afflicted Community As a Superior article. Very resp y. J. Howyn. Rheumatism. Let All those who Are suffering under the ago Uii Ine tortures of rheumatism read the follow. Ing Aud see what May also be done for them if Urey win use the Imam die remedy. Bully dear sir for the last Throe years i have been afflicted with rheumatism of Lue severest Nara Cir. A Wasai Muus m uie greatest agony of pain i tried every remedy i could procure for the disease but four cd no per manent Relief until 1 was induced to use our preparation of Dar Saparia Wuinn Nus in Urey cored Roc of rheumatism and greatly improved my general Neavin More Man any Medicine 1 have Ever used. " 1 have been free of pain for several months and have no doubt tie cure is permanent and i confidently recommend it As being Tho Best Medicine in use for rheumatism. Isham Bridges to Uniontown Union co., ky., May 12, 1848. Notice to females. John Bull s Sarsaparilla is one of the greatest female medicines now in existence. In those numerous cases where the Constitution is debilitated the nervous Energy is lessened when the efforts of nature Are weak and deficient or Are profuse and overwrought when the face is f ale and colourless uie is Ingui feeble and yielding the spirit troubled Aud depressed the health bro Ken mind shaken and consequently the Happi Ness destroyed then Bull s Sarsaparilla m a Sovereign remedy. It assists nature in the performance of Ber duty braces the whole system Renews permanently the natural energies re moves obstructions checks excesses creates pure and healthy blood and imparts health Aud Nap Niess. A Beautiful Clear skin. How we All Admire a Clear Beautiful White skin and a Rosy coloured Cheek. How often do we see persons not possessing this Desideratum so devoutly to to wished resorting to cosmetics lotions washes joints and colouring materials to restore to them a semblance of that which disease has deprived them of and that too often times with Manifest injury to the skin. The fact is Bull s Sarsaparilla is the Best cosmetic known. If the ladies generally could be Apons de and convinced of this fact they would aban Don the use of All paints mixtures and lotions and use Iho Only effectual remedy. A word to the Wise is sufficient and a hint a enough for the ladies. Better testimony than was Ever offered in favor of any Maui coins l from or. James m. Moore or. John Bull. I have no hesitation in Aav. Ing that 1 believe your Sarsaparilla to be the Best article Ever manufactured for the Eure of Sor Fula syphilis and Many other cutaneous and Ian Uriar a elections having used it with ensure Suco Oss in a number of uie above cases. Louisville Deo. 2 a 47. Jas. Pm. Mooar. More testimony from or. Moore. Or John Bull i am using your Sarsaparilla in several new cases of scr Fula and with Happy effect. I am now confident it i one of the most efficacious Medicine that can be made for Xoai disease. I ours James m. Mooar a . Tkv. February 1. 1hjq this Medicine is daily grappling with disease through the Western country restoring to Blooming health and Youthful vigor the sick and afflicted Ney those that Are grief Woosly tormented. Certificate Are teeming from All directions from men of truth and High moral Utu m a Urinsco Orui the Udipi i Louis Ioa ubi Ore uie wholesale Ana retail by John his principal office. 81 fourth Aimont Seville ky., Aud by the druggist generally in Miv us . For Sale by go ii. Batis agent Cincinnati. J. L Mcvey pc co., Osbour 39, 1819 30m6. The inquirer is published every tuesday morning. Cleveland &. Milie ii,1 m terms t single copy $150, per Lahnum in Advance or within four Mouths 1 $2,00 Flor four months and within the year and $2,50 a forthe expiation of the year ten copies or More to one direction will be furnished at $1,0 per copy in Advance no except at the option of the publisher Artil Al arrearage Are paid. Advertising. Square 300 m s 1 insertion. 9 " do. Do v 3 a do 0 each subsequent insertion. A. T Vij one Square months. 1 $.00 do do 19 do. V -. Of larger advertisements at reduced rates. R oct and others desiring to occupy indefinite space and Wake occasional c us bos will be permitted to to so upon fair terms Job work. I of All descriptions executed with neatness lid despatch and upon the Ai oat reason 1 v Pap Eli tote Are constantly supplied with a la raft Stock of the Best Quality of writing wrap Ping and printing paper Bonnet boards which we Are prepared to sell wholesale of re Tail St manufacturers prices. We particularly Call attention to our printing paper which i Jim. Perur 10 any thing made in this part of the Tun try. Whiting & Huntington. I Portsmouth september 25 j ie49.25wtf inflammatory rheumatism. The am Roan rheumatic Balsam. F a new remedy lately discovered to the vegetable kingdom a sure and Permaul nent cure Lor a Itne Malio Lula Yuchas ?,.fri.i a. 1 1 i Neww Nua drier curiae rheumatism gout Lumbago spinal Raffeo Nous Etc., Etc. This Medicine has Long been sought for. It has been said that rheumatism could not a cured but there is a remedy designed by Naro i every Uio ease Oliai u1s. No Man system is subject to. At last a remedy Haa been Tannd that cures rheumatism of the worst form one of the most valuable no duct ious of tie Earth the greatest and most in important discovery of the age and a wonder Ful Blessing to the human family. It cures with out sickening or debilitating and Renews 1 strength and vigor to the whole system. It has cured during the past three months Oyer 500 cases that were considered incurable. Certificates of the curative properties or this l Medicine can be seen by calling on the agents f id none genuine unless put up with an Enri grave Label upon the outside wrapper signed v by the proprietor r. Turner Buffalo n. Y. I g. F. Thomas wholesale and retail a cent i 169 main Street Cincinnati. For Sale by j. L. Mcvey & co., druggist Portsmouth Ohio. February 4, 60 44m6 3 capital Stock $150,000. Paid and secured to be paid $89,700. The Public Are respectfully informed that Portsmouth insurance company incorporated 10th March a. 1837, heretofore carrying on the business of fire and Marine insurance in this town is now organized the above amount of its capital Slock paid in Cash end secured to be paid by mortgages upon real estate and is fully prepared to resume the take ing every desc Tion of fire Marine. Risk of n the most Liberal terms. Officers. Peter Kinney president. James Lodwick Secretary directors. James Lodwick Joshua v. Robisson James w. Davis James l. Mcvey. William Hall m. Kehoe r Peter Kinney. The Board of i rectors Hope by unremitting attention to business the Liberal terms upon which the business of the company has hereto for e been conducted and their Well know promptness and liberality in the adjustment of All losses and which will be continued in time to come to Merit and receive a Liberal share of the Public patronage. Propositions for insurance and also for Loans of the company funds to be left at the office of the Secretary on front Street at the store of j. Lodwick & son no. 66 and will re Cei veme prompt and immediate attention of i Board. Ollice open every Day sundays sex. A cited from 8 o clock a. A to 6 o clock r. M. By order. James Lodwick Sec y. Portsmouth Ohio june 20, 1848. Portable galvanic batteries of the latest improvements with Delreo Uona these machines Are so constructed hat May at pleasure produce a intense current and instantaneously change it to a perfectly soft current pervading the whole system or the port affected Only at the pleas ure of the patient. They Are the most ener Getic and simple in their Structure and la Point of Convenio uce Excel any other. For Sale by april 17, 1849 n2 j. L. M vey co. V. O half having removed to Bis new stand second and Jefferson streets nearly opposite Bis former shop i now prepared to accommodate i old customer and the Publio generally with every article in i line Cha on hand a Large Stock of " Sepo Ioir .efiffltbs4all of i own manufacture and warranted. In addition to which he a a Fine assortment of single and double barrelled shot Guna Many of which Are the genuine stub Aad twist composition. He has besides a full assortment of pistols powder Honi,8hot Baos 6te., a. Work of any kind in metals Dune As usual. Cal and see m. Portsmouth sept 4, 1849. 22m6.having become satisfied from the o the past eight months that this Community will sustain a Good Book store we have selected in the Eastern markets wan great care a Fine anal Ali socnri.,1 Stock of books in All the various departments of literature and science with stationary mathematical instruments fancy Cut y Gold pens which a will be Happy at All times to Exchange for Cash or tags $ we assure our friends that it is our int to keep such a Stock As will make in r were those .10 Delight to feast the eyes or store the b i l will have every Opportunity to do so Aud in return respectfully solicit an patronage commensurate with our ext ruled exertions to please and gratify them. 1 who Elmo Luhtin Atoji co r. Front & Market St.,opposite u. S. Hotel Portsmouth nov 23, 1847. 3- of. X note paper we hav a Large Stock of. Fine fancy motto ac., Suita Brafor parties weddings Tut. Whiting & Huntington. A Wismon dec. 17, 181 j 37tf

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