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CHARLES COUNTY LEVY FOR 1853.
A Summary of the Taxable Property in the several Districts of Charles ! j County, as returned by the Assessors for 1852, and corrected for the pre- |r i sent year. First District, .... $1,121,002 Second District, ... 1,042,508 Third District, .... 1,174,079 Fourth District, - - - 1,058,820 $4,900,475 f EXPENSES OF THE COUNTY FOR 1853. To Judges and Clerks of Elections, - - - $92 00^ c Judges of the Orphans’Court, - - 342 50 “ County Commissioners, - - - 422 50 Grand and Petit Jurors, - - - 1,932 00 ~ Jurors in St. Mary’s Court, in the case of Adams vs. Dean, - 144 00 Witnesses in Criminal Cases, - - 315 00 ] Coroner’s Inquest, - - - 10 00 > Bailiffs to Circuit Court and Commissioners, - 298 00 j Overseers on Public Roads, - - - 000 00 , School Certificates, - - - 130 OS j Crow-bill Certificates, - 325 74 State Direct Tax, - - - 7,397 80 ;- Clerk of the Circuit Court, - - * 033 52* ( Sheriff of Charles County, - - - 420 89 1 Register of Wills, - - - 300 SO n State’s Atiorney, - - - 335 00 l Counsel to Commissioners, - - - 75 00 * Crier of Circuit and Orphans’ Court, - - 189 93 Salary to Clerk of County Commissioners, - - 325 00 : Same, for extra service under the Assessment Act of 1852, 200 00 Assessors for 1852, - 1,125 00 Support of Poors’ House, - - • 2,600 00.' Primary Schools, - 3,000 00; Maryland Hospital for Insane Paupers, - -200 00 1 Work and Materials on Public Roads, - - 501 OSj Constables, - 46 sn. Building Bridge over Port Tobacco Creek, - - 100 00 Ditto over Popes’ Creek, - - - 100 00 t Contingencies for Building and Repairing Bridges, - 300 00 j Rent of Pomonkey Tobacco Warehouse, - 150 00 ( Incidental Charges, - - - 665 Oi ( 0 percent, for Collecting State Tax, - - 443 87 , 6 per cent, for Collecting $16,306 25, being the amount of County Levy, ... 07S 37 i C percent, for Collecting $1,422 24, it being the Collector’s u Commission for collecting the same, - - 85 33 This amount overrated, - - - 270 34 1 $25,482 02,! RATE OF TAX. , Rate of State Tax, 15 cents per SIOO. County Levy, 36 cents per SIOO. COLLECTORS. For the First District, - - Joseph Price, i For lire Second District, - John H. Freeman, 1 For the Third District, - - Hezekiah E. Willett, For the Fourth District, - Sylvester Mudd. By order, JAMES McCORMICK, Clerk August 4, 1853. County Commissioners. , Circular saw mills—Emery & Co.’s! very superior Circular Saw Mills for sale hv ADDISON & MEADE, ' i Union Street and Potomac Strand, \ jy 21 Alexandria, Va. ."" I ' i ■ i KIY HEIKI-.il.—Was taken Up nr 10-! bacco a Stray Heifer. There is no mark up on it except a small piece of the left ear being bitten off apparently by a dog. It has been stray ing about the village the last two years. The owner is requested to come forward, prove pro perty, pay charges and take it away, jy 14. G. CARTER. NOTICE. IWISH to get some industrious and experienc-j ed MANAGER for my Farm in the lower part) of Piccawaxen. Anyone who will suit me and I can come well recommended for all necessaryj farming qualifications can obtain a most desirable; and permanent situation, as joiner or manager. I jy 21—6 t H, A. NEALE, j CAMP MEETING. | A CAMP MEETING of Methodist E. Church 1 of Charles Circuit will be held near the BUMPY-OAK, in Mr. John W. Guy’s woods, m this county, commencing on FRID.tY, the sth of AUGUST next. June 30, 1853. FOR SALE, OR RENT. I WILL sell my FARM, in Nanjemoy, about 3-4 of a mile from the Potomac River, contain ing about 333 acres, being two tracts, “Antwerp”| and “Oak Spring or, 1 will lease for a term of years, on advantageous terms both to Tenant and Landlord. Those wishing to buy or lease, must; apply soon, or other arrangements will be made. 1 ■ FRED. S. CROWN. jy 7 — tf - __T VALUABLE FAR3I AT PRIVATE ( SALE. rj'MIE undersigned offers fur sale his Farm lying] 1 JL on Mattawoman Run, adjoining the lands of; Messrs. Thomas S. Martin and Sheriff, and is 12 ii miles from Port Tobacco and 14 miles from Alex-i j audria, Va., and 3 1-2 miles from Farmington, on N Piscataway creek, the shipping port for grain, to-j bacco, Sac., of the neighborhood. It contains j < 309 ACRES, |j more or less; about 240 acres of which is arable I land and divided into three fields, two of which is!, in clover, —all under good and substantial fencing ; ( the residue in Oak, Pine, Cedar and Chestnut. There are on the place TOBACCO HOUSES, QUARTERS and DWELLING HOUSE; also a good Meadow, and any quantity of grass could 1 be raised on the farm. It is considered one of the |' best Tobacco and Corn farms in tho neighborhood. ! Persons wishing to purchase are requested to ex-; - amine for themselves. Mr. Coombs, my Overseer j on the farm, will show the premises to any one. If j" not sold at private sale before the 15th of SEP-| TEMBER, 1853, tho farm will then be sold at' PUBLIC AUCTION, on the premises. If not sold it will then be for Rent. Terms of Sale —One-fifth in cash on the day of sale; the residue in four equal annual instalments, secured by approved bond and security. Posses- 1 sion given on Ist January 1854. Persons desiring any further information will ad-1 dress the undersigned by mail, Piscataway, Prince George’s county, Md. ap 28—tl5S. JOHN MANNING, j CIGARS and TOBACCO—A prime lot of im-j ported Cigars; also very superior Chewing Tobacco, for sale by WM. BOSWELL. i may 12. : ARABIAN Horse Powders, just received and for sale by WM. FERGUSSON. BOOTS —a prime lot of city-made fine calf Boots, for sale by mb 24 WM. BOSWELL. M EVEN BERG fe BROS, 1 WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IX FOREIGX AXD DOMESTIC DRY GOODS , HAVE now on hand a large and well selected j 1 stock of SUMMER GOODS, which they j' are selling cheaper than ever to both large and j| small buyers. We name in part. Ladies' Dress Goods Plain figured plaid, and Stripped colored Silks, j ‘ from 50 cts upwards j Black Silk of superior quality Figured and plain Berages, Berage de Luins Challies, Mouslaincs from 10 els to $1 j Silk and Linen Lustre, Mouslain de Laine j < i French and American Lawns from G 1-4 cts to < 25 cents i i I Bombazines, Alapacas, Prints, Parasols' j i | Fans, &c. , Shawls. j i A large and beautiful lot of plain and embroid- , .■ : ered Cashmere and Canton Crape Shawls a great j i jbargain. ] TV/life Goods. j 'Figured Swiss, a beautiful article , 1 A large lot of dotted Muslins Swiss Muslins from 12 1-2 lo 75 cents Plain and stripped Muslins Jackonett Cambrics at ail prices, a large assort- • 1 merit. 1 * Skirts, Infant Buddies, pointed Collars I' Flouncing and Sleeves, Chemisetts 1 ; Embroidered and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs j ■Lace Capes, Sacks, Veils Swiss and Cambric Edgings and Insertings Bobbin, Thread, and Cotton Lace and Edgings i Housekeeping Goods. i Will be found the cheapest in the country, such as ■ Brown and bleached Linen Table Cloth and Table Diaper Sheeting Linen 12-4 wide grass bleached A large stock of Towel Linen and Napkins, very I low by the piece ' j; Table covers different quality and sizes Colored Linen and Nankins j ; Lace and Muslin Window Curtains, very rich i Colored and plain Mattings, Carpetings Floor and Table Oil Cloth Brown and bleached Cottons Plaid, check, and striped Goods for Servants wear Flannels, Furniture Prints, Umbrellas, &,c. Their stock of RIBBONS is the largest in this . city, together with an assortment ol BONNETS i and aIT kind of MILLINERY, AND FANCY, GOODS. They are offering great bargains in HOSIERY and GLOVES, to both wholesale and retail pur chasers. Call and examine their stock. Alexandria, Va., June 16. PLOUGHS —Minor if Horton No. 18 Ploughs, ! a beautiful size for Corn and Tobacco, just re- , may 26 ceived by WM. FERGUSSON. POTATOES. —A few bushels of IRISH PO- : TATOES for sale by je 9. DAY & PADGETT. SADDLERY , £cc., just received and for sale by 1 jan 27 WM. FERGUSSON. j SARATOGA WATER just received and for sale by [may 26] WM. FERGUSSON. I PORT WINE—A superior article in hollies for 1 invalids WM. FERGUSSON. BACON —A prime lot for sale by ma y 12 WM. BOSWELL, j HECKER’S FARINA—An excellent nourish- < ment for invalids and children—just received i and for sale by WM. FERGUSSON. YEAS! POWDER—An infallible article to make light bread—just received and for sale mar 10 by WM. FERGUSSON. ; MATTING— A lot of superior plain and check ed India Matting, for sale by mav 12. WM. BOSWELL. FOR SALE, A LARGE STATIONARY HORSE POW ER, suitable for six or eight horses; also a THRESHER on an improved plan, and one Horse Power, known as Kitchen’s Horse Power, suitable for four or six horses. Just finished in the best manner, and will bo sold cheap. Enquire of G. E. KIRK, Potomac Sash Factory. Washington, D. C., July 28—4 t. NOTICE. njMIIS is to inform all those indebted to me for A the services of Register that their accounts | will be placed in the hands of P. L). Tubman for j collection, with instructions if not paid by the Ist of September that their accounts be issued on without respect to persons, jy 21—4 t. FRANCIS THOMPSON. WHEAT DRILLS.—We are now prepared to forward to all parts of the country Wheat i Drills of almost every patent, but we particularly [ recommend those of Pennock’s, Moore’s, and Sinclair’s, as wo believe to be the most perfect [ Dribs now manufactured. All orders and comniu- ' ideations promptly attended to. ADDISON & MEADE, Union Street and Potomac Strand, | jy 21 Alexandria, Va. STAPLE DRY GOODS.—Penitentiary plaid Cottons, striped do, Cotton Osnabergs, heavy | do, Farmers’ Drilling, Lnen Duck, brown Drilling | and Sheeting, 11-4 bleached Sheeting, No. 2 and 3 j Rurlapse, bleached Shirting, Red Ticking, Check, ! Furniture Plaids, Cambrics, fancy Prints, &c., for sale very cheap by C. W. BARNES. jy 31 " PLOW Castings, Chain Traces, Collars, Bridles, &c., for sale at very low prices by jy 21 C. W. BARNES. TRUSTEES’ SALE REAL ESTATE LX CHARLES COUNTY, AID. BY virtue of a decree of Charles County Court, ! sitting as a Court of Equity, passed on the sth of September, 1815, the subscribers as Trustees under said decree, will offer at Public Sale, in Port Tobacco, on TUESDAY the 16th day of AU GUST next, between the hours of 1 and 5 P. M., that portion of the Real Estate of Nathan Harris, deceased, called and known by the name of the MILL FARM, ; lying and being in Piccawaxcn, Charles County, and adjoining Milton Hill, containing 300 ACRES, more or less. A large portion of said Farm iscov- ! ’ered with Cedar, Chestnut and other valuable 'Pirn- j bar, and the soil is well adapted to the growth of Tobacco and other staple crops. Upon the land there arc a Crist Mill, Dwelling and other necessary Buildings. At the same time and place, we will also offer another portion of the Real Estate of said Nathan Harris, deceased, consisting of a part of James’ Purchase, called the BRICK-HOUSE FARM ami HARRIS’ LOT, containing together lf>.s ACRES, more or less. The Brick-House Farm is situated on Piccawaxcn Creek, and adjoins the “Banks-of ’the-Dce,’’ and is well adapted to the growth of Corn, Wheat and Tobacco. Said Farm has upon it a large BRICK DWELLING, and a ill'uu arn ‘ or seeur ing crops. The tract of i an j and houses thereon, consisting of STORE HOUSE and other necessary Buildings, called HARRIS’ LOT, as above mentioned, will be sold separately, if the Trustees think it advisable to do so. Tebms of Sale —The purchaser or purchasers arc icquircd to pay one-sixth of the purchase mo ney cash on the day of sale, or the ratification thereof by the Court, and for the residue shall give bonds with security to be approved by the Trustees, to hear interest from Ist day of January, 1854, conditioned to pay to the heirs of Nathan Harris, deceased, their respective pioportions of the pur chase money as they shall severally arrive at law ful age, and the payment annually to the Guardian of every such heir, the interest accruing on their respective portions; and upon the ratilication of such sales and on payment of the whole purchase money fund not before), the Trustees shall convey by deed properly executed, to the said purchaser or purchasers, the real estate so purchased by him, her or them. B. G. HARRIS,?,,, 11. R. HARRIS, S lru3tccß. The Trustees inform the public that there arc now live minors interested in this real estate, the oldest of whom is 18, and the youngest 10 years old, with about 2 years between their respective ages. B. G. HARRIS, H. R. HARRIS. July 14, 1853—ts. CASH FOR NEGROES. ’ The subscribers have located in Port To bacco, Charles county, Md., Mr. Richard G. Shkkell, who will be prepared at all times to give the iiu.uest market trice fir all descriptions of NEGROES suitable for the Southern market. All letters addressed to him at Port Tobacco post-office, or to the subscribers, Washington City, D. C., will meet with prompt attention. J. G. COOK &, CO. June 23, 1853—tf. T. W. Cowne. 11. Burch. COWNE &, BURCH, Dealers in LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S TINE DRY GOODS; also in STAPLE DRY GOODS, King Street, (Serepta Hall,) mh 17. ALEXANDRIA, Va. MARSHALL HOUSE, ALEXANDRIA, Va. Situated on the Corner of King and Pill Streets, in the most Central and Business part <J the City. WM. R. GLASSCOCK, PROPRIETOR. Terms : Board, per day, $1 00 Man and Horse, 1 50 sep 22—tf SLAVES WANTED. THE subscriber is permanently located at Mm dlf.ville, Charles County, (immediately on the road from Port Tobacco to Allen’s Fresh,) where _ he will bo pleased to buy any Slaves 'QyY Jljv that are for sale. The extreme value IrvjN will be given at all times, and liberal commissions paid for information xy leading to a purchase. Apply per sonaliy, or by letter addressed to Allen’s Fresh, Charles County. JOHN O. CAMPBELL. Middleville, Dec. 31, 1832. SEGARS —A fine lot of imported Sugars, which we will sell cheap by the box, for sale at ap 21 MEYENBERG Sf BRO’S. MURRAY’S Fluid Magnesia; also Thomp son’s celebrated Eye Water, just received and for sale by WM. FERGI SSON. PROF. Morse’s Invigorating Elixir or Cordial, , the eighth wonder of the botanical world, for euro of all Nervous diseases. For sale by HENRY PEEL, Druggist. Alexandria, Va. jy 28 RUSiHTON ’S Infallible Toothache Remedy, 1 fop the speedy relief and cure of that most dis- j i tressing pain, by which so many are daily suffering —a remedy for which is now offered. For sale by 1 HENRY PEEL, Druggist, j corncr of King and Fairfax streets, i jy Alexandria, Va. DR. POBIAS’ Venetian Liniment—the cheap est and best Liniment for Chronic Rheuma- j lisin, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Sores, Swellings, Mos- 1 quito Bites, &c. Price, 25 and 50 els. For sale by | HENRY PEEL, Druggist, j corner of King and Fairfax streets, I jy 28 Alexandria, Va. HENRY PEEL, Wholesale and Retail Drug gist, corner of King and Fairfax streets, Alex andria, \ a., offers for sale a general assortment of fresh pure Drugs, Chemicals, &c , embracinnr every article suitable for the country trade. j'y 28 c. C. & R. H. HYATT, i WHOLESALE GROCERS 8f COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 1? Commerce street, Baltimore.- Mil. \\ ILLIAM BECKETT is associated with i ns in flic produce department of our business, ' I who, xv ill) the Senior partner will give their special attention to the inspection and sale of Tobacco and i all produce that may be consigned to them. April 28, 1853—3 m. J. la touche, ME R CnA JY T TA I L O R , FORT TOBACCO, Respectfully informs the inha- [ bitanls of Charles county and i A vicinity, that lie has purchased J a choice assortment of French ! I cloths, cassimeres, Silk, Velvet, Satin, Cashmere i % ~TI u \ a,1( l Marceilles VESTINGS;! XL/.j !;■ W| also the latest styles of PAN fill 1 fTj TALOONS GOODS, from di- j 111 I U 3 reel importers, with all suitable £ll TRIMMINGS, which he will j ; sell or make up in the latest j | style and most approved fashion, and on terms j which will defy competition. Goods made up as j | usual, or made and trimmed, in the latest style and 1 most durable manner. NOTICE JUST’ RECEIVED, a new and splendid assort ment of Silk and Cashmere Vesting, plain and fancy Drilling and Cassimers. Call and see if as : good bargains cannot be had at home as in any city i j within a hundred miles. I jc 3. JOHN LA TOUCHE. | GREAT BARGAINS. , f i HIE subscriber would most respectfully inform j JL his friends and the public generally that he lias just opened a stock of NEW GOODS in Port j Tobacco, in which maybe found all the articles 1 usually kept in a village store. His goods were se- I lected with great care, and purchased upon such terms as will enable him to sell as good BAR GAINS as can be bad at any store in the county. He would most respectfully solicit a call from per sons wishing to spend their money to the best ad vantage betbre they purchase elsewhere. A credit !of six months (if desired) will be given to respon sible purchasers. The highest market prices will be given for Corn, i Wheat and Tobacco in exchange for goods. June 2, 1833. CHARLES W. BARNES. fIL-W, GALT & BROTHER, I HATCH MAKERS, SILVER SMITHS, AND JEWELLERS, j Pennsylvania Avenue, between 9th and 10th Sts WASHINGTON, D. C. nAVE removed to their New Store — “ Sign of the Golden Eagle”—Three Doors j West of the one they formerly occupied, and have i opened the most magnificent assortment of j (JAfo superior Cold Watches, Jewelry, Silver ii-L:• Ware, gold, silver and fine steel Spectacles, &c., ever offered for sale in this city ; and in point of quality, style, finish and cheapness, not sur passed in this country. They have also a splendid stock of Cake Bas kets, Castors, Liquor and Egg Stands, albata Forks | am! Spoons; Fine Fans, superior English and American Ta ble Cutlery, &c.; Besides a varied assortment of every description of pure Silver Ware constantly on hand, they have j increased facilities for MANUFACTURING to iorder all articles in their line—such as Silver. Tea Sets, Pitchers, Goblets Cups, Spoons, Forks, La dles, &c. Having every advantage in procuring their stock upon the best possible terms, they offer unusual i inducements to purchasers. j attention paid to Repairing i Watches and Jewelry. M. W. GALT & BRO.. Penn. Avenue, between 9th and 10th Sts., Dec. 9, 1852. Washington. NEW SPRING GOODS. i undersigned invites the public to call and i JL examine Ids stuck, among which may be found t For Ladies — Kid, silk and thread Glox'cs Black Canton Cloths and Alpaccas—all prices j Borages, Borage Do Laincs and French Lawns j Pondicherry, a beautiful article for second mourning i Plain and dotted Swiss and book Muslins Parasols—assorted colors; black silk milts | Cambric Edging and Inserting, and Swiss do English and French dibits and Prints—all prices ! Jaconet Cambric Handkerchiefs j Hemstitched and embroidered do French worked Collars, Chimizctts, U’slceves, SfC. For Gentlemen — I Black, blue and brown French and Eng. Cloths j Black and fancy Cassimeres—various styles ! Silk, satin and Marseilles Vesting j Hungarian mixture and cloudded Alpacca—a good article for boys i Fancy, xvliite and brown Linen Drillings - Kid, silk, buck, lisle tlircad and cotton Gloves ■ Black and fancy silk Cravats and Stocks Brown, mixed and striped half-1 lose Heavy bleached and brown Duck Irish Linen— different prices and qualities. Collars (new style) and ready-made Shirts Canvass, Padding, Sewing Silk, &c. For Servants — Blue Denims, Penitent iary Plaids and Stripes ■ Striped Colton Osnabergs; Colton Yarns 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 brown Cotton ! Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Burlaps; No. 1 Cotton Osnaberg 1 Bed Ticking and Cheek Cotton—all prices. | Together with a general assortment of Hals, i Slices, Drugs, Groceries, Hardware, Quccnsvvare, t and many other articles too tedious to mention, — ; all of which will bo sold cheap for cash or to punc ! tual customers on a credit of six months. I may 26. WM. FERGUSSON. ! OTABLER’S DIARRHOEA COR DlAL—for lO may 27. sale by WM. FERGUSSON. ARABIAN HORSE POWDERS—just rereiv .cd and for sale In WM FERGUSSON. IMPORTANT TO COUNTRY STOREKEEP ERS AND HEADS OF FAMILIES. CLOSING BUSINESS. UIMIE undersigned respectfully inform their JL friends and the public generally, that they arc J obliged now to close their business in Port Tobacco 1 |in consequence of one of them having left for Eng- 1 land previously to the opening of a second mercan- i ! tile establishment in Baltimore, and request those ! j who owe them to come forward in 30 days and i make a settlement, either by cash or note, with Mr. j ITJieodore Ablborn, who is authorized to receive any ! [money and give receipts in full, under whose rnan iagement the business here will be carried on till the 1 13th of August next, being the day of closing cn- I tircly. 1 j We will offer, therefore, any and every thing 1 j now on hand at cost, as Barages, Lawns and Gro jeeries, but particularly we call llic attention to our 1 i present slock of CLOTHING, BONNETS,; j SHOES, BOOTS, etc., which wo will dispose of at your own prices. Conic soon, and give us a j trial before we leave. MEYENBERG Sc BROTHERS. Port Tobacco, June 30, 1853. GENTLEMEN’S DRESS BOOTS.! GEORGE HARMAN, 194 Pratt, near Hanover si. Baltimore , ! HAS in Store a large assortment of Gentlemen’s I DRESS BOOTS, (Morocco and Calfskin,) : \ made in the most fashionable manner and of the , | best materials. Also, a complete assortment of LACE BOOTS. Ho particularly solicits a call [from bis country friends and others, feeling assured ‘ * that be will be able to give satisfaction with regard to prices, etc. oct 29. LLOYD As CO., CLAIM GENERAL AGENTS, 1 ! OFFlCE—Fifteenth st., opposite. Treasury, WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.. 1 ’ I WILL attend to all Claims in Congress or a gainst the United States. I j Collections—Buy and sell land-warrants, judg- [ i I menis, uncurrent notes, See., and negotiate loans, ; , j in small or large sums. - j Claims that have been abandoned by other agents j ; !as worthless have been successfully prosecuted -[ by us. Advances made on good claims. Letters - [addressed as above, post-paid, will be promptly at i j tended to. 1 ! mb 3] —3m t. ; Si UEXAND R i A Jj AGRICULTURAL WARE-HOUSE AND SEED STORE, BY RICHARD S. BUCK, (Successor to W. Stabler & Brother,) i FAIRFAX STREET, ; sj mh 24. ALEXANDRIA, Va. j J. T. B. PERRY a SON, - ; GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, | VOWEL’S WHARF, i ALEXANDRIA , Va, \ B Keep always on hand a general assortment of l i GROCERIES. s j janQO—ly. J 11. L. MURDOCH, | TAILOR, § Respectfully informs the ci tizens of Charles that he has taken the shop adjoining the store of Mr. William Fergus son, in Port Tobacco, where he intends conducting the Tailoring Business. lie is now prepared to make Gentlemen’s Garments in the most fashionable manner, hav ing just received the Spring and Summer Fashions, s March 3, 1853.—firn PLOWS & Farming Implements— No. 8 and 9 Sinclair & More Plows 8 and 9 “ “ Mould Boards c , 8 and 9 “ “ Heels & Points 19, 191 and 21 Minor & Horton Plows with Castings to suit 8 and 9 Davis’ Plows and Castings, to gethcr u ilh a general stock of Haines, Traces, Col lars, Bridles. Spades, Shovels, hilling and weeding Hoes. All of the above will be sold as low as they can be bought in Baltimore or elsewhere. s | mh 24, WM. BOS WELL. O' RIENTAL HAIR RESTORATIVE, for re storing, preserving and beautifying the hair, n | eradicating Scruff and Dandruff, preventing Bald e ; ness and continuing its possession of healthy vigor, o | silky softness and luxuriant redundancy to the latest a j period of liuman life. Many preparations for the L . • hair have been palmed off upon the credulous pub i lie, for which their concoctors have claimed the k i most extravagant and contradictory powers, no j 1 thing short of miraculous. The Oriental Hair Re | storalive does not profess to produce hair upon scalps where the unalterable laws of nature inter | vene to hinder its production, but it has been found i to bo the best remedy to prevent baldness and to I restore hair where it has fallen oil’ or become thin, *> i to prevent grey hair and remove every appearance | of scruff and dandruff from the hair, and keep it in ~ i the most healthy, soft and glossy state. j For the Ladies’ toilette it is surpassed by none. ( j It is cooling and refreshing, purifies, softens and (! (gives brilliancy to the hair. For children it is particularly recommended as forming the basis of a beautiful head of hair. Orders from the country promptly attended to. ! For sale in any quantity by HEN RY I’EEL, ’ may 12. Wholesale Druggist, Alexandria, Va. Hardware— Mi ncral and brass knob Locks; Stock Locks, 6,8, 9, 10 and 12-inch; pad, ! closet, trunk, chest and cupboard do; Augers and 1 Chisels; Draw Knives; fore and jack Planes; tabic Knives and Forks, assorted; Hatchets and Axes; pocket and pen Knives; Andircns; Shovel & Tongs; Fenders; Razors in cases; hand, pit and cross-cut saw File; Smiths’ Rasps; finishing Nails and Brads; Screws, assorted; Spades; Shovels; Cart Boxes and Plow Castings; Curry Combs and horse and wool Cards; Hand Saws, assorted. For sale by j nov 4. WM. BOSWELL. WHITEHURSTS’ FASHIONABLE HAGUEKRIAN GALLERY. IIKENESSES of acknowledged superiority aic J taken at the GALLERY of J. 11. White | hurst, in the shortest time imaginable, and with a j fidelity that bus secured to the operator the unquali fied praise of the best judges. Besides the first medal awarded him by the Ma ryland Institute, his pictures have received the ap proval of some of the first men this country can boast of, all of the members of the present Cabinet [ of the United States having sat for their portraits, besides a number of distinguised scientific and litc ! rary characters, approved likenesses of whom may ’’ be seen at the Gallery, No. 207 BALTIMORE 2 STREET. The best likenesses taken during cloudy wca i llier. MOKTEOTVPE likenesses of the dead etnbed _ ded in the tomb-stone, and rendered proof against ir time. gjj’.l. H. WHITEHURST has galleries in sue - cessful operation in New York, Washington. Rirli ; mond, Norfolk. Pcleisbnrtr and l.viicliburg. .1111 21. 1853- lx. 1* O T O 31 A C SASH AND BLIND FACTORY. ALWAYS on hand and manufacturing to or . der Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Sashes for Buildings and Gruen Houses glazed or unglazed, Mantles, Frames, in fact all articles used in building, at reduced prices. Seventh street, south, near the steamboat wharf, Washington City, D. C. jan 13 —Cm VVILFORD B. MOORE, UNDERTAKER, BEGS leave respectfully to inform the citizens 1 of Charles and Prince George’s Counties that he is prepared to make COFFINS and attend Fu nerals, at the shortest notice, always having on hand a supply of material and a good Hearse. His charges will he very moderate. Near Horse Head, June 2, 1833—Cm. CHAR ELS 11. DRURY, Corner of Camden and Light streets, BALTIMORE, HAVING completed his establishment, with Foundry connected for making his own cast i ings, is prepared to furnish all varieties of | Agricultural liujHcmciits ami Castings, made to pattern of the best material. The following is a list of PLOWS kept con stantly on hand : —Davis of the different numbers for cast and wrought shares; S. & M., Cheno iih. Wiley, 2 & 3 furrow-, No. 0, No. 1 & 2 Hill-side, No. I & 3 Connecticut, Beach improved (or Posey) | with common Davis cast share, Self-sharpener or I Wrought Share. Cultivators , Wheal Fans, Harrows , Corn Cultivators, plain and expanding; Tobac . co do; Wheat Fans; Corn Sheller with double hop ' per; Old Vertical and Virginia Sheller; Harrows; | superior Pennsylvania-made Grain Cradles, Re | volving Horse Rakes; Cylindrical Straw Cutters, Horse Powers , Threshing JMachine , and Grist Mill. Horse-power Grist Mills, a very useful and sav ing article, and coming into general use ; Horse Power and Threshing Machines—of these I need , not say any thing, as wherever they have been iu | use any time they are preferred to all others. Small size Power and Thresher. t C. H. Duchy will this year make a smaller size Power and Thresher—price of Power, §100; ; Thresher, §SO; Band, §10; or, when purchased , together, §IOO. . ! Persons in want of Implements made of the very best raateiial, and put together in the srongest and . best manner, to answer the purpose for which they 'are made, are invited to call on the subscriber. | Feb. 1852. C. H. DRURY. | BUGGIES, CARRIAGES & SULKIES. r IMIE subscriber has on hand in his newly erccl i cd Factory a great variety of Carriages, all of j which, as regards durability, liuish and style, will compare with the best in the country. He would j respectfully cal! the attention of his friends and the ! public generally of Charles and the counties ad joining to this fact, and at the same time he fakes | occasion to express to them his sincere thanks for j their former patronage. With the stock of Car riages at present in his Factory and the facilities which he possesses for manufacturing, he feels confident of being able to meet the wants of those who wish to purchase. His Factory (which has been lately re-buih) is near ths comer of Third street and Pennsylvania Avenue, opposite Gadsby’s Hotel. Old Carriages repaired at the shortest no tice, or taken iu exchange for new ones. Ha Las a. I good assortment of second hand Carriages which will be sold on reasonable terms. michael McDermott, June IC, 1852. Washington, I). C. NEW SPRING GOODS. THE undersigned invites the attention of buyer* to his large and well assorted stock of NEW j SPRING GOODS, among which may be found, I for Ladies, the following:— Borages, Berage Delaines and French Lawns Ginghams and Prints, a large assortment Alpacas, Bombazines and check Muslins Plain and dotted Swiss Muslins i Jaconet Cambrics very fine; L. C. H’kfs Hemstitched and embroidered do do Swiss Edging and Inserlings, and cambric do Kid, silk and thread Gloves French worked Collars and Undersleeves French worked Jaconet and Swiss Strips for do Parasols, assorted colors ; Paper Cambric, $ - c. | For Gentlemen ; Blue, black and brown French & English Cloths Blue, olive and black Cashmaret Coating 1 Black and fancy Cassimeres White and fancy English Drilling Buck, kid, thread, silk, cotton and berlin Gloves Thread and cotton 1-2 Hose, while, br. & strip'd Irish Linens, various prices and qualities Cravats, lawn, silk and linen 1 Suspenders; fancy Vest Buttons 1 Marceilles, silk and linen Vestings 1 Heavy Farmers’ Drills; Summer Tweeds 1 Heavy bleached and browu Duck H’dkis in silk and linen cambric, very superior j \ Merino and gauze Under-Shirts i Collars, new style; silk and satin Scarfs Brown and chocked Linens; Padding and Can -51 vass, together with a general stock of Tailors’ j Trimmings—Buttons, Sewing Silks, &.c. ' j For Servants: — No. 1,2 and 3 Burlapse; Phcnix heavy Drill Blue Denims; Penitentiary Plaids and Stripes . j Striped Cotton Osnaburgs; Cotton Yarns ’ i -1-4, 7-8 and 3—l brown Cotton j i No. 1 Cotton Osnaburgs; low priced Bed Ticking . 1 Low priced heavy Prints ( | Plaid and striped Colton Handkerchiefs. ; j Together with a general assortment of Groceries, I ; Shoes, Hats, Drugs, Hardware, Queeusware and . iniscellancous'goods,—all of which will he sold as j low as the same description of goods can be bought j in the county, for cash or on the usual credit of six months to prompt payers. ; May 12, 1853. WM. BOSWELL. HAISLIP & WEEDEN, I M.4XUF.ICTURERSOF ' ( Corner of 9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, south side, above the .Market House,) 1 WASHINGTON CITY, D. C. ! t ATE respectfully call the attention ol the public • VV of Charles and the adjoining counties to our ‘ large assortment of well made and finely finished ’ Carriages, embracing every style and model now 1 approved. We have in our employ a number of [ superior workmen and are prepared to manufacture > at the shortest notice, such vehicles as customers ■ may order. Old Carriages will he repaired, or ’ taken in exchange for new ones. Second-hand 1 Carriages can he had on the most reasonable terms. j We also manufacture and have ready-made all . kinds of HARNESS. I Thankful for past favors, wc would say to those who may (avor us with their patronage that we will t sell as low as any other manufacturer in the city ("if not lower) for cash or approved paper. HA IS LIP & WEEDEN Washington, Sept. 10, 1851 —ly. HOES —Weeding and Hilling Hoes—all size?—. for sale by DAY & PADGETT.