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D. & S. BLACKLOCK,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS,
4 RE now receiving direct from New York, and
lx other markets, the following articles, to which
they invite the attention of merchants ant! dealers
generally.
85 hhds N, O. and P. R. Sugars
125 bbls and boxes Loaf, Crushed and clarified
Sugar
75 hhds and bbls N. 0., P. R., and Cuba Mo
lasses 1
25 hhds and bbls Sugar House Syrup
185 bags Rio, Maricaibo, Laguyra, Sumatra and j
Java Coffee
CO half chests Y. H., Imp., G. P. & Bl’k Teas j
150 boxes brown and fancy Soaps
75 “ mould, adamantine, & sperm Candles
80 “ s’s, B’s, 10’sand Cavendish Tobacco I
50 “ Window Glass
40 “ Colgate’s Starch
75 coils Manilla, Jute, and Country Rope
50 dozen Corn Brooms
200 reams wrapping and writing Paper; 25 ;
boxes Maccaioni; 10 tierces Rico; 150 sacks fine
Salt; 35 boxes ground Coffee; Garret’s Scotch and
Rappee Snulf; Spices of all kinds; Mustard; Ink;
Blacking; Indigo; Fig Blue; Madder; Alum; Sal
-.•Eratus; Sal Soda; sup. Carb. Soda; Matches; Clio- 1
colato; Percussion Caps; Powder; Shot; Sperm, j
Paint and Whale Oil; Vinegar; and all articles I
usually kept in our line, together with one of the j
largest and finest stocks of imported and domestic
LIQUORS ever offered in this market. We name 1
in part:
100 i and g casks of fine Cognac and Ro
chelle Brandies
85 casks Madeira, Sherry, Port and Sweet Ma
laga Wines;
50 baskets choice brands of Champagne
125 bbls old Monongahcla Whiskey, choice
brands and fine flavor
250 bbls Rectified Whiskey
150 bbls Domestic Brandy; N. E. Rum; Gin;
Peach and Apple Brandy; Holland Gin and
Jamaica Spirits
25.000 Havana and Principe Segars
20.000 American do
50.000 lbs prime new cured side and shoulder
Bacon
20.000 lbs old shoulder Bacon, which we offer
very low to close out the invoice
500 bbls Eastport and Labrador Herrings,
All of which will bo offered on accommodating
terms and sold as low as they can be bought in this
or any other market.
D. & S. BLACKLOCK,
mh 30. Ferry Slip, Alexandria, Va.
McCORMICK’S REAPER & MOW
ER.—C. H. McCormick has appointed
COTTINGHAM & JOHNSON agents for the
sale of McCormick’s Patent Virginia Reaper and
Reaper and Mower Combined, for 1853.
This machine has been greatly improved and
strengthened expressly for the Southern market.
One of the great improvements is the shortening
of the platform, which places the raker closer to
his work. Farmers wishing to purchase this just
ly celebrated premium machine for tire corning
harvests will please send their orders carh, or call
on COTTINGHAM k JOHNSON, Maryland
Agricultural Works, No. 121, Pratt Street
Wharf, Baltimore, who will give a satisfactory
guarantee to the most doubtful.
C. & J. continue to manufacture their last im
proved THRESHING MACHINESand HORSE
POWERS, with wrought axles,steel laid. Their
machines have given universal satisfaction in St.
Mary’s county the last three years. Also, Rail
way Horse Powers, with a complete assortment of
Agricultural Implements.
GRAIN CRADLES, a very superior article, in
store and for sale by
COTTINGHAM & JOHNSON,
No. 121 Pratt Street Wharf, Bbltimohe.
May 19, 1853—tf
WASHINGTON L. BODKIN,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
GROCERIES,
LIQUORS AND PROVISIONS,
Cameron Street, (formerly John Lawson’s,)
Opposite the Market House,
ALEXANDRIA, Va.
THE subscriber has in store a large stock o
goods in his line, to which he respectfully calls
the attention of his friends and the public in Charles
c mnty. He names in part;
50 bbls Red Whiskey; 20 bbls N. E. Rum
20 bbls domestic Gin ; 10 bbls Cordials
6 half pipes Brandies of superior quality
I pipe Holland Gin
2 1-2 pipes M. Wine best quality
5 quarter casks S. Madeira best quality
10 “ “ S. Wine * 1
20 bbls domestic Brandy
40 bbls old rye Whiskey, Monongahcla
10 bbls Gibson’s superior Pittsburg brand
15 bbls Funk’s superior
1-2 puncheon Jamaica Spirits ■
’l “ Scotch Whiskey
20 doz London Porter j
10 baskets Champagne, best brand
10 hhds Porto Ilicco Sugar; 10 hhds Molasses
20 bbls crushed and pulverized Sugar I
2000 lbs Loaf Sugar; 40 bags Rio Coffee
20 bags Laguyra, 12 bags old gov Java Coffee j
10 boxes burnt Coffee in papers
50 boxes Cheese, extra; 150 sacks fine Salt
200 sacks ground alum Salt
10 half chests gunpowder Teas; 5 do Y. Hyson'
Spices of all kinds, Mustard, Starch, Buckets,.
Brooms and all the other articles usually kept in a j
Grocery store.
10,000 lbs Shoulder Bacon; 5000 lbs Middling do; j
3000 lbs Hams, all of best quality.
WASHINGTON L. BODKIN. I
Alexandria, Va., June 9, 1852.
LANCASTER & GARDINER, j
Grocery and Commission Merchants ,
Ferry Slip, i
ALEXANDRIA Va., j
WILL keep constantly on hand, a supply eft
every article usually found in the GROCE-1
RY line, which they guarantee to sell as low for j
cash, as any house in this market.
They also act as the FARMER’S AGENT, and !
obtain the highest prices for all kinds of Country j
Produce.
All they ask is a trial to prove what they say.
June 9.
PLOWS & CASTINGS—We would call the
attention of Farmers to our large stock of
Stocked Plows and Castings, consisting of—
Minor &. Horton Plows, Nos 19 St 19 1-2
Sinclair & Moore do Nos 8& 9
Davis do Nos 8&c 9
Hill-side Plows—together with a general as
sortment of Mould Boards, Points, Heels and
Screw’s, all of which will be sold as low as they
can be purchased in the county or out of it.
feb 17 DAY Sc PADGETT.
CURE FOR WORMS.—The celebrated and
well-known Dr. B. A. FAHNESTOCK’S
VERMIFUGE, which has never been known to
fail. For sale by MEYENBERG & BRO’S.
GRAIN BLADES—A superior lot of American
and English Grain Blades, just received and
for sale by “ WM. BOSWELL,
junc 9.
BAMBOROUGH'S PATENT WHEAT
FANS.
! f|MIE subscriber, only agent for the manufacture
| X ers in Alexandria, is prepared to supply far-
I mers with the above Fan at manufacturer’s prices.
'lt has received upwards of 50 Premiums, and is
admitted by the best Farmers to be one of the best
: Fans in use for cleaning wheat of all its impurities.
They arc made in the strongest and best manner,
and are more durable than most other Fans made
in the country.
) To be had only at the Agricultural Warehouse,
Fairfax Street, of R. S. HUCK, Agent.
I jc 30. ,
BAMBOROUGH’S WHEAT FAN.
THE undersigned, Agent for the sale of this
justly celebrated Wheat Fan, is now offering
j them at the manufacturer’s prices. The public are
! invited to examine specimens now on hand. Nu
'mcrous certificates of its great superiority over all
'others now in use will be shown at his store. He
| refers to the following certificate of pre-eminence
awarded by the Maryland State Agricultural So
ciety. WM. BOSWELL.
jy 7.
(copy.)
“This is to certify, that at the third Annual Ex
-1 hibition and Cattle Show of the Maryland State
j Agricultural Society, held at Baltimore the 25th
I October, 1850, by the report of the Committee of
j Judges, John Bamborough was declared to be en
titled to a certificate of pre-eminence over the
'kirst premium offered by said Society, viz: for
i his Fanning Mill.” Signed in behalf of the So
'Ciety, this 251 h day of October, 1850.
CHARLES B. CALVERT, Prest.
Samuel Saxos, Scc’y.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
WE have on hand, and are constantly receiv
ing, which wo offer for sale at the lowest
market prices, a large and complete assortment of
the most approved
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements ,
amongst which arc Eagle S. S. and Eagle Ploughs,
Minor & Horton do. Rough & Ready do, Hill-side j
and Subsoil do; Road Scrapers, Harrows, Ox-Yoke,
Cultivators, Root Pullers, Churns, Corn Shcllers,
Hay and Straw Cullers, Fan Mills, Horse Powers
and Threshers, Corn and Cob Crushers, Hay Presses,
Grind Stones and Fixtures, Log Chains, Hoes,
Rakes, Shovels, Spades, Forks, Pruning Saw and
Knives, Garden Heels, Post-hole Augers, Ox-Bows,
Garden Cultivators and Ploughs, &c. &c.
SEEDS.—Always on hand (in season) full
supplies of Field and Garden Seeds such as Clover,
Timothy, Herds Grass, Seed Corn, Oats, Potatoes,
Wheal, &lc.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
We have been appointed agents for Parsons &
Co.’s celebrated nurseries, which will enable us to
furnish Trees of every description on as reasonable
terms as any similar house in this country.
MANURES- —Agents for the sale of Professor
Mapes’ celebrated Super Phosphate of Lime, Bone
Dust, Agricultural Salts, &c.
(Xj’All orders promptly attended to.
ADDISON &. MEADE,
Union street and Potomac Strand, near
Ferry Slip, Alexandria, Va.
March 17, 1853—1 f
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS.
G. K. WITMEII $ BRO .,
(One door west of Sarepta Hall, King street,)
ALEXANDRIA, Va.
GK. W. & B. have just received a large and
• elegant slock of SPRING JIND SUMMER
GOODS, embracing a very rich assortment of
Brocade, poult de soir, glace and watered Silks
Plain black and figured of very rich and superior
lustre
Satins, crape de Paris and twisted Silks
Black Bombazines and Canton Cloths
Alpaccas of every quality
Challies, Armenians, Persians, Borage de Lains,
Mouslins, and every other description of La
dies’ Dress Goods
Ladies’ Habits, Undereleovcs and Collars, with a
full stock of all other French Embroideries
Crape and Cashmere Shawls
Moreens and Grass Cloth for Skirts
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Tweeds, Sfc.
Single mill Cloth, Cashmercts and Drop e’Les,
for spring and summer coals.
Osnaburgs, Burlaps, heavy Ducks, Domestics and
all other kinds of goods suited to the wants of
farmers and planters
Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Druggetts, Rugs, Mat
tings, &c.
With their largely increased stock and facilities
for trade, they arc enabled to offer greater induce
ments than heretofore. They therefore respcctful
-1 ly solicit their country friends and dealers generally
| to call and examine their stock before making their
l purchases.
j Orders will receive special and prompt atten
-1 lion.
[ Alexandria, Va , April 14, 1853.
i WATCHES, GOLD & SILVER WARE.
L. H. MILLER & CO.,
WHOLESALE WATCH AND JEWELRY HOUSE,
j .Vb. 227 Baltimore st ., S. E. corner of Charles st.,
IMPORTERS of English and Swiss Watches
and Tools of every description, Watch Case
| Makers and Manufacturers of Fine Gold Jewelry.
i We call the attention of Southern and Western
I dealers in Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware, to
our very extensive stock, assuring them that in no
article in our line shall we allow any establish
ment to surpass us, either in quantity, quality or
low prices. We arc the only Wholesale House in
this branch of trade in Baltimore, and shall use
every fair means to induce Southern and Western
merchants to open accounts with us. Our terms
shall be as liberal and accommodating as can pos
sibly be found in the United States,
i We will take great pleasure in showing our
goods to Southern and Western merchants, wheth
, or they open accounts with us or not.
L. H. MILLER & CO.,
fcb3—ly Importers of Watches, Baltimore.
SPRING SUPPLY of English, French and A
mcrican Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
I Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, Glue, Brush
es, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Patent Medicines,
| &c. The subscriber is now receiving a large stock
of articles in his line of business, to which he in
j vites the attention of the trade and dealers gcncral
j ly, comprising in part—
| Peruvian harks, asphallum, arsenic, arrow root,
slippery elm, alcohol, tartaric acid, balsam copavia,
; blue pills, borax, brimstone, british lustre, calomel,
; camphor, extract lemon, extract vanilla, chamomile
; flowers, gum arabic, gum aloes, gum assafcctida,
j ginger root, irish moss, isinglass, laudanum, lip
salve, chloride lime, matches, mustard, nutmegs,
oil lemon, oil peppermint, oil cloves, oil sassafras,
olive oil, black pepper, sal soda, boncsct, cpsom
salts, fly stone, chalk, white wax, powdered galls,
gum opium, oil vitrol, tummcric, castile soap, put
ty in bladders, white mustard seed, indigo, extract
j logwood, cinnamon, cloves, nutmegs, alum, pul.
rhubarb, quinine, sulph morphine, canary seed
litharge, &c. HENRY PEEL,
Wholesale Druggist, corner of King and
! mh 24. Fairfax street, Alexandria.
COD LIVER OlL.—Rushton, Clark Sc Co’s
Cod Liver Oil, just received and for sale by
i feb lb WM, FERGUSSON.
LIST OF PREMIUMS, FOR 1853,
OFFERED BY THE
CHARLES CO’TY AGRICULTURAL.
SOCIETY.
THE Executive Committee of this Society offer
the following Premiums:
Horses and Mules.
For the best Stallion, §5
best Brood Marc, thoroughbred, 5
best Brood Mare, common breed, 3
best Colt, thorough bred, 1 year old, 1
best Colt, “ “ 2 “ 2
best Colt, “ “ 3 “ 3
best Filly, “ “ 1 1
best Filly, “ “ 2 “ 2
best Filly, “ “ 3 “ 3
best Colt, common breed, 1 year old, I
best Colt, “ “ 2 “ 2
best Colt, “ “ 3 “ 3
best Filly, “ “ 1 < 1
best Filly, “ “ 2 “ 2
best Filly, “ “ 3 “ 3
best pair Horses for general draft, 3
best pair Carriage Horses, 3
best Single-Harness Horse, 2
best Saddle Horse, 2
best Jack, 5
best pair Mules, 5
second best pair Mules, 2
best Mule Colt, 1 to 3 years, 2
[Colts to be considered 3 years old until they
shall have completed their 4th year.]
Cattle.
For host Bull, improved breed, $5
best Bull, common breed, 3
best Bull of any breed, from Ito 2 years, 3
best Milch Cow, improved breed, 5
best Milch Cow, common breed, 3
best Heifer, improved breed, Ito 2 years, 2
best Heifer, common breed, Ito 2 years, 2
best Calf of any breed, under I year, 1
best yoke of Oxen, 5
second best yoke of Oxen, 3
best yoke of Oxen, from 1 to 3 years, 2
Sheep.
For best Buck, improved breed, $3
best pair Ewes, improved breed, 3
best Buck, common breed, 2
best pair Ewes, common breed, 2
best lot Lambs, not less than 4, 2
best Slaughtered Mutton, 2
Hogs.
For best Boar, $2
best Sow, 2
best Sow and Pigs, not less than 6, 2
best Pork Hog, 2
Agricultural Productions.
For best hhd Tobacco, not less than 600 lbs. §5
second best Tobacco, “ “ 4
third best Tobacco, “ “ 3
best field of Wheat, not less than 5 acres, 8
second best field do. “ “ 5
best acre of Wheat 4
second best acre of Wheat, 3
best acre of Oats, 3
best field of Corn, not less than 5 acres, 8
second best field of Corn, “ 5 “ 5
best acre of Corn, 4
second best acre of Corn, 3
best a acre of Irish Potatoes, 3
second best $ acre of Irish Potatoes, 2
best g acre of Turnips, 2
Products of the Garden.
For best bushel Irish Potatoes, §1
best bushel Sweet Potatoes, 1
best specimen Cabbages, not less than 6,1
best lot Beets, not less than 1 doz. I
best half-bushel Parsnips, 1
best half-bushel Carrots. 1
best lot Pumpkins, 1
best lot of assorted Vegetables, ft ■ B
Home Manufactures.
For best Kersey, not less than 5 yards, $3
second best Kersey, not less than 5 yards, 2
best striped or plaid Linsey, 3
second best striped or plaid Linsey, 2
best striped or plaid Cotton, 2
second best striped or plaid Cotton, 1
best Cassinctt, not less than 5 yards, 1
second best Cassinett, not less than 5 yds. 2
best Domestic Flannel, 3
second best Domestic Flannel, 2
best home-made Yarn Counterpane, 3
second best home-made Yarn Counterpane, 2
third best home-made Yarn Counterpane, 1
best Cotton Counterpane, 2
second best Cotton Counterpane, 1
best home-made Quilt, 4
second best home-made Quilt, 3
third best home-made Quilt, 2
fourth best home-made Quilt, 1
best lot home-made Y'arn Socks, 2
second best lot home-made Yarn Socks, 1
best lot home-made Yarn Stockings, 2
second best lot home-made Yarn Stockings, 1
best lot Cotton or Mixed Socks, 2
best lot Cotton oi Mixed Stockings, 2
. second best Cotton or Mixed Stockings, 1
best lot Tapestry, 4
second best lot Tepcstry, 3
best Fancy Needlework other than tapestry, 2
second best Fancy Needlework •* “ 1
best Plain Needlework, 2
second best Plain Needlework, 1
best home-made Wine, 2
second best home-made Wine, 1
best lot Preserves, 2
second best lot of Preserves, 1
best Potted Butter, not less than 5 lbs., to
be potted before Ist of October, 3
second best Potted Butter, “ “ 2
third best Potted Butter, “ “ 1
best lot Fresh Butter, 3
second best lot Fresh Butter, 2
third best lot Fresh Butter, 1
best home-made Wheat Bread, 2
second best home-made Wheat Bread, 1
best home-made Corn Bread, 2
second best home-made Corn Bread, 1
best home-made Hard Soap, 2
second best home-made Hard Soap, 1
best home-made Soft Soap, 2
second best home-made Soft Soap, 1
best sample home-made Candles, 2
second best sample home-made Candles, 1
best sample home-made Starch, 2
second best sample home-made Starch, 1
Fruit.
For best peck of Apples, §2
best lot assorted Fruit, 2
Poultry.
For best pair Turkeys, male and female, , $1
best pair Geese, “ “ 1
best pair Ducks, “ “ 1
best pair Barn-yard Fowls, 1
Agricultural Implements.
For best display of Agricultural Implements, $5
best Horse Power, 5
best Thresher, 3
best Wheat Fan, 3
best Ox-Cart, suitable for general use, 3
best Horsc-Rake, 3
best Horse-Mill, 3
best Corn Sheller, 1
best 3-horse Plough, 1
best 2-horsc Plough, 1
best 1-horse Plough, 1
best Hill-side Plough, 1
best Tobacco Cultivator. 1
MEXICAN I
MUSTANG LINIMENT.
THE properties of this Liniment arc unequalled
for the cure of Rheumatism, Meuratgia, Sprains,
Burns, Swellings, Stiff Joints, Piles, Broken or Cak
ed Breast, Sore Mipples, Old Sores, or Pains in any
part of the body an external application can reach.
We have hundreds of certificates from those that
have boon cured of those diseases, and also that
have bad Horses cured of Ringbone, Spavin, Fistu
loes, Wind galls. Policed, Founder, and any enlarge
ment of bone or muscle.
WOMDERFUL CURE !
Messrs. A. G. BraggS,- Co. Gentlemen:—Wc
have been using your Mexican Mustang Lini
ment with the most perfect success. One of ouru
most valuable Express horses bad been much troub
led by large swellings or tumors on the fetlocks; i
they had grown larger than hen’s eggs. Besides i
being disfigured by these appendages, the limbs ;
and joints appeared quite stiffened, swollen and
lame. We bad tried many Liniments and oilier
remedies, but nothing appeared to produce any cf- ■ ]
feet upon them. We would willingly have given ji
twenty-five dollars to have had them removed, and i
the horse restored to soundness. Our hostler ob- i
tabled some of your Liniment and applied it with
out oar knowledge. A few days ago he called our
attention to the horse—and, to our surprise and
gratification, bis legs wore perfectly smooth —the
Tumors haring entirely disappeared! Wo asked him
by what magic he bad effected such a remarkable f
cure? His reply was, that he had been using the ;
MUSTANG LINIMENT on them about ten |
days—and the result was the entire removal of the !
tumors, without producing any soreness, or leaving ;
a scar!
We therefore take great pleasure in recommend
ing the Liniment, and shall continue to use it
whenever occasion requires, in preference to any
other preparation, so long as it produces such re
markable results. Kinsley & Co.
Southern and Eastern Express, No. 1 Wall-st.,
Corner of Broadway, New York.
Juno 30, 1852.
G. F. Secciii De Casali, Editor of the Eco j
D' Bella,” No. y, Spruce-street, Now York, had a i
very severe attack of Neuralgia in the face, occa-T
sioned by taking cold in a decayed tooth. At first \
it was a real “jumping tooth-ache,” but soon the i
whole side of the face and jaw became swollen and j
inflamed, and the pain was most excruciating, in !
this condition be came into the store a few days
arm, with bis hands convulsively pressing his check,
and his features very much distorted into expres
sions of great agony. Wo immediately applied the
Mustang Liniment and gave him a bottle to con
tinue its use. This morning bo called with smiles
of pleasure and feelings of gratitude, illuminating
his countenance, to say that the Liniment gave him
almost instant relief, and had effected a perfect cure.
Comments arc unnecessary. Facts speak for them
selves. June 19, 1852.
Mr. William Johnson, for the last five years a*
citizen of this city, and now the proprietor of the
fine Hotel in Savannah, known as the Marshall j
House, has favored us with the following certifi
cate ;
The Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used
in my family, and on my plantation, for a great va
riety of diseases requiring an external application,
and has never failed to give immediate relief and
effect a permanent cure. I have cured several
cases of Rheumatism that had resisted the skill of
our best physicians. It has cured Ringworms by a
single application, Chilblains in a few days. Tooth
ache immediately, Frost bites, Cuts, Sores and
Corns, by a few applications; Nervous Headache
cured entirely. In liict, 1 have used it for almost
every thing, and it has always cured. I consider it
the best medicine 1 have ever used. v
William Johnson.
Savannah, June 24tb,1852.
PRICES.—In consequence of the increased de
mand for the Liniment, we are now putting up 25
cent, 50 cent and §1 bottles, The 50 cent bottles
contain three limes as much as the 25 cent bottle,
and the $1 bottle contains three times as much as
the 50 cent bottle, so that money will be saved by
buying the large bottles.
A. C. BRAGG & CO., Sole Proprietors, 304
Broadway, New York, and corner 3d and Market
street, St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by Druggists generally, and by
DAY & PADGETT,
je IG—ly. Port Tobacco.
CREIGHTON & McNAIR,
DEALERS in
Hardware , Cutlery, Bar Iron , Steel, JVin
dow Sash, Building Hardicare ,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Carriage Trimmings, House-keeping Articles,
Guns, Pistols, &c.,&c.,
Right on the Corner of King and Royal Streets,
(at the Telegraph post,)
ALEXANDRIA, Va.,
WOULD respectfully inform their friends in
Charles county, that they are in receipt of
an unusually large stock of goods in their line,
which they will sell upon such terms as cannot fail
to please. An advertisement will not suffice to
enumerate the various articles on hand, consisting
of every description of—
Pen, pocket and tabic Cutlery
Carpenters’ and Blacksmiths’ Tools
Building Materials and Farming Implements
Bar Iron, Cast and Blister Steel
Carriage Springs and Patent Axles
Morticed Hubs, and Wagon Bars
Buggy Shafts, and Carriage Cloth
Carriage Poles and Bent Fellows, &c.
Pots, Ovens, Skillets, 'Pea Kettles
Fenders, Brass and other Andirons
Axes, Dusting and Sweeping Brushes.
Wc particularly invite, attention to our Guns rang-j
ing from $2 to SIOO each; Pistols, Game Bags,.
Percussian Caps, Ram Rods, Ac. Our stock is by ■
far the largest and rest selected in tiic Alex- ;
andria market Call and sec to be convinced. j
Nov. 12, 1852. :
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!
JOHN T. WATKINS,
No. 47 South Street,
BALTIMORE.
SELLING at the lowest prices, a large assort
ment of WALNUT and MAIIOGAN Y FUR
NITURE, consisting of SOFA S, Cl 1A! RS, SOFA
TABLES, COTTAGE BEDSTEADS, French
Bedsteads, high and low post Bedsteads, Extension
and other Tables, Whatnots, Rout Tables, Cane
and Wood scat Chairs, Rocking and Ann Chairs.
Feather Beds, Hair and Husk Mattresses, and
Looking Glasses.
Purchasers are respectfully invited to call and
examine my assortment,
mar 10—ly.
EAU DE COLOGNE —Genuine Cologne for
sale at MEYENBERG & BUG’S.
BOOTS and SHOES—City-made Bools and
patent leather Shoes, enamelled and calf do.,
may 12 for sale by WM. BOSWELL.
LEATHER, Vamp and Solo, just received and
for sale by WM. FERGUSSON.
j=in 27.
HAMPTON’S Vegetable Tincture just receiv
ed and for sale by WM. FERGUSSON.
jan 27.
RUSIITON & CLARK’S Cod Liver Oil, said
to be the best made, for sale bv
nov 5 WM BOSWELL.
|
STADLEII’S AKODYKE CHERRY
EXPECTORANT
Is confidently recommended to invalids, as un
surpassed by any known preparation, for the cure
of COUGHS, HOARSENESS, and other forms
of Common Colds; BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA,
CROUP, CONSUMPTION in an Early Stage,
and for the RELIEF of the Patient even in Ad- ;
vanned Stages of that Fatal Disease.
It combines, in a scientific manner, remedies cf
| long esteemed value, with others of more recent i
I discovery, and besides its soothing and lonic quali- ,
hies, acts through the skin gently, and with great , j
efficacy, for the cure of this class of diseases. i,
STAB LER’S
DIARRIKEA CORDIAL !
.Is a pleasant Mixture, compounded in agreement j
fwi Ih the rules of Pharmacy, of therapeutic. agents, i
! long known and celebrated for tbeir peculiar clii- ;
jcacy in Curing DIARRIKEA, and similar alike- I
jtions of the system. In its action, it allays:'
j nausea and produces a healthy condition of the |
j LIVER, thus removing the cause at the same time |
that it cures the disease.
The valuable Medicines above named Lave re- ;
ccntly been introduced, with the approval of a
number of the Medical Profession in the City of
Baltimore and elsewhere, and in practice have
succeeded most admirably in curing the diseases
for which they arc prescribed. They are offered
•to the Country Practitioner, as medicines which
Ibe can in all respects depend upon, as prepared in
flgrcemcntwith the experience of some of the most
| learned and judicious Physicians, and strictly in |
i conformity with the rules of Pharmacy, and as cs-:
jpecially serving his convenience, who cannot so '
I readily as the City Physician have his own pre
, i senptioas compounded by a practical Pharmac-j
euli't.
See the descriptive Pamphlets, to be bad gratis ■
i of all who have it for sale, containing recornmen- |
da liens from Doctors Martin, Baltzell, Addi- j
i son, Patne, IJandt, Love, &c.
Doct. S. B. Martin, says “I do not hesitate to !
i recommend your Diarrhoea Cordial and Anodyne i
Cherry Expectorant,” &c. j
Doct. John Addison, says “It gives me much |
pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, in !
favor of the extraordinary efficacy of ycur Diarrhoea I
! Cordial ,” &.C.; and of the Expectorant, “I have no j
I I hesitation in recommending it as a most valuable j
. medicine,” S:c.
Doct II A Patne, says be has used the Dior- !
[ vhiea Cordial m his practice “with the happic. t j
. effect, and thinks it one of the most convenient;
and efficient combinations ever offered to our pro-1
1 fession.”
I Doct L I) Handy, writes, “I have adrainister
f cd your Anodyne Expectorant in several cases of;
L Bronchial atfection, with the most happy results, |
. and from a knowledge of its admirable effects, I ;
1 can with tlie greatest confidence recommend it.” j
. Doct W S Love, writes to us that lie has ad
1, ministered the Expectorant to his wife, who has I
I had the Bronchitis for fourteen years, and that she
is fast recovering from her long standing malady.
v> lt has in a few weeks done her more good than all
the remedies she has heretofore used under able
medical counsel.
Sixteen of the best Apothecaries and Piiar- .
’ maceutists in the City of Baltimore, write “Wc
are satisfied the preparations known as Stabler's !
’ Anodyne Cherry Expectorant and Stab cr’s Diarrhoea !
’ Cordial are medicines of great value and rery I
efficient for the relief and cure of the diseases for ,
which they are recommended, they bear the evi
dence of skill and care in their preparation and
style of putting up, and we take pleasure in re
commending them.”
Twenty-Seven of the most respectable Mer- !
chants, residents of Maryland, Virginia and
North Carolina, who have sold and also used '
these medicines themselves, say, “From our own ;
experience and that of our customers, we do confx- ‘
dently recommend them Pro Bono Publico. We
. have never known any remedies used for the dis
eases for which they arc prescribed, to be cfli- j
cient and to give such entire satisfaction to all.” j
The above notices of recommendation from i
members of the Medical Faculty, Piiarmaceut- :
ists of high standing, and Merchants of the first!
respectability, should he sufficient to satisfy all, :
that these medicines are worthy of trial by the af- |
Ilictcd, and that they are of a different stamp and :
class from the “Quackery” and “Cure Alls” sol
much imposed upon the public.
For sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and Coun
try Store-keepers generally.
E. 11. STABLER Sc CO.
Wholesale Druggists
120 Pratt Street, Baltimore.
Agents in Port Tobacco: Day Sc Padgett,
Wm. Boswell, and W.m. Fergusson.
jan 27—ly
JAMES F. CARLIN,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALER 7,V
HARDWARE AMD CUTLERY,
lioynl Street , Alexandria Va ,
YISTOULU respectfully ask the attention of the j
y V citizens of Charles and the adjoining counties, j
to his stock of GOODS, comprising nearly every!
article in the line, from a penny Jewsharp to a Mo. G j
- j Weeding Hoe ; or from a dog knife to a double bar- j
, ■ relied gun, calculated to make glad the heart of tiie j
■ ’ most enthusiastic llllibusler in the land. Such
.' strong inducements to purchase have not been of- >
j fcrcdlo the public for the “age of an old dog.” In
! addition to the above enumerated valuable articles,
, i he has always on hand the following goods, which i
j will be sold on the most accommodating terms, ,
■ i wholesale or retail, viz:
I Knives and Forks, of every variety
Pocket Knives, some very superior in style and 1
quality
Spoons and Ladles, plated, Britannia and tinned iron ;
- Bencli and Moulding Planes, a large and tine assort- j
ment
i Blacksmiths’ Tools, all kinds
i Locks. Latches, &c., for buildings
i Kettles, wash, preserving and tea
e Waiters and Trays, hi sets and single
. Chains, log, ox, trace, halter and dog
1 Axes, hand, broad and wood
i Hatchets, Hammers, Plane Bits ami Augers
3 i Nails, Spikes, Spades, Shovels, Forks, hay and
| manure
! Oil Cloth, for carriages
• 1 Wagon Hubs, bored and morticed
r 1 Needles, Pins, Buttons, Combs, Brushes, Scissors,
; Pumps, Clocks, Bells, Matches, Blacking, Curry
. ; Combs; Wool Colton and Horse Cards; Coffee
j Mills, Looking Glasses, Fire-Carrier, Hamcs, Straw
Knives, Cutlery Boxes, kc., Src.
’ j Do not forget the place, on Royal st., between
_ the City Hotel and King st. _
j Alexandria Sept. 11. 1851.
SADDLERY. —Just received a lot ofsupcrior
Saddles, Whips, riding and carriage Bridles,
“ | Heads and Rims, Martingales, Stirrup Leathers,
" cotton and worsted Girths and Sursinglcs, horse
I and mule Collars, Blind Bridles, Halters, Plough
s Hamesand Plough Bits. For sale by
■j oct 29 DAY & PADGETT.
ANDY—A fresh and superior lot —at
j ap 21 MEYENBEKG ft BUG’S.
! ,4 LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
IX. SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS.
TAYLOR Sf HUTCHINSON, Alexandria, Va.,
invite the attention of dealers to their heavy stock
of seasonable DR, If GOODS, which will be found
complete. We name in part the following, viz:—
For Ladies.
I Black Gro dc Rhine Silk; Turic and India Satin
: Striped and checked, and very rich brocade do
j Plain Poult do Soir do
Black, green, maroon, purple Sf blue wat’red Silks
,Black, white, green, brown and brab Silk Fringes
iChally Cloths; Berage DeLaines
; White Mouslin; Silk and Berage to cut
I Black Silk Points and Scarfs
Silk Grenadines; Beragesand Lawns
Plain aiid emb’d white Crape Shawls
Black Canton Cloths and Alpaccas
Black Bombazines and Mouslaines
Black Grenadines, Tissues and Borages
Linen cambric Hdkfs. from 6 1-4 cts. to $3; French
, worked pointed Collars; Cambric, Swiss, Thread,
Lisle, Bobbin and Valencicnes Edgings; Thread,
Kid, and cut Silk Gloves; black Silk Mitts; Crapes;
Tarlatons and Dotted Swiss Muslins; Gro de Naps
i and Marsalin Silk; Parasolotts, in every variety;
s Colton, Silk and Thread Hosiery; Gauze, Merino
| and Silk Vests.
For Gentlemen.
• Black, brown and green Cloths
1 “ and Fancy Cassimeres
I Silk, Satin and Marseilles Vesting; Tweeds
j Croton Cloths; fancy and plain Linen Drillings
I Black, brown, grAn and drab Drap De Ete
.Kid, Lisle Thread, Buck and Silk Gloves; black
and fancy Silk Cravats; Suspenders; Fancy half
Hose, &c., &.c.
For Farmers and Planters.
; Bleached and brown Cotton, in every variety
l Linen Burlaps and Colton Osnaburgs
j Striped and plain Nankeen do
Blue Demins and Drills; heavy Linen and Cotton
Bagging; Penitentiary Plaids and Stripes; fancy &
plain Cottonades; 10-4 and 12-4 linen and cotton
Sheetings; Pillow Case Colton and Linens; Huck
aback and Russia Towelling; Satin Damask Table
Cloths and Table Linens; bleached and brown Cot
ton Diaper; Marseilles and Dresden Quills; Irish
Linens, in every variety.
ALSO—lngrain, 3 ply. List, Rag, Hemp, Cot
ton and Venilian Carpeting; Tufted Rugs; Door
1 Mats; Bookings; Table, Floor, and Stair Oil Cloths;
white and checked Matting, &c.
! All of which will be sold upon the most accom
: mounting terms. may 19.
' Entered according to Act of Congress, !n tbe year
ISSI, by J. S. HOUGHTON', M. D., iu the clerk's
Office of the District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania.
| Another Scientific Wonder!
GREAT CURE FOR
DYSPEPSIA!
|
j i ” THE TRUE
ii DIGESTIVE FLUID,
> OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
. Prepared from Rennet, or the fourth Stomach of
. I the Ox, after directions of Bakon Liebig, the
5 1 great Physiological Chemist, by J. S Houghton,
i j M. D., Philadelphia. Pa. ■
■ j This natures own re iedy for an unhealthy
■ Stomach. No aH of man can equal its curative
. powers. It con'ains no Alcohol, Bitters, Acids,
[ or Nauseous Druggs. It is extremely agreeable to
. the taste, and may be taken by the most feeble pa
tients who cannot eat a water cracker without acute
.(distress. Beware of drugged imitations. Pepsin
[ is NOT A DRUG.
1 i Call on the Agent, and get a Descriptive Circu
i lar. gratis, giving a large amount of Scientific A
.! Evidence, from Lcibig’s Animal Chemistry; Dr. .
. Combe’s Physiology of Digestion ; Dr. Pereira on
. Food and Diet; Dr. John W. Draper,of New York
. University; Prof. Dunglison’s Physiology; Prof.
’ Silliman, of Y'alc College ; Dr. Carpenter’s Physi
i ology ; &c., together with reports of Cures from
. I all parts of the United States.
1 ?Tt=QBSERVE THlS!—Every bottle of tlio
; genuine Pepsin bears the written signature of J.
’ j ri. HOUGHTON, M. D., sole proprietor, of Phil
! j adelphia, Pa. Copy-right and Tradc Mark secured.
, j SlYpSold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medi
-1 cincs. Price, ONE DOLLAR per bottle.
. I WILLIAM BOSWELL, Port Tobacco,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
fob 10
J. W. A E. REYNOLDS,
Farmers and Planters’ Agents,
No, 7S Light Street Wharf,
BALTIMORE,
I7"EEP constantly on hand, for sale, at lowest
A Cash prices, a general assortment of soled
' GROCERIES for family use, consisting in part
of FLOUR CANDLES
1 Brown SUGARS SOAP
Loaf SUGARS NAILS
5 TEAS COTTON YARN
, i COFFEES RICE
f ! MOLASSES VINEGAR
I BACON STARCH
-1 SALT PEPPER
3 j CHEESE SALT PETRE,
} which they will be pleased to sell on a credit of six
* months to good and punctual dealers, who consign
1 produce to them. They also solicit consignments
> of produce for sale, and make liberal advances on
11 consignments when desired. All orders for goods
; ,of other kinds, promptly filled at cost, without
| charge. They also furnish Guano, Plaster and
' Clovcrsccd on the best terms.
J 1 Baltimore, Sept. 22, 1852—if
a ! coJie~ once ~more to the
- “OLD OAK TREE.”
THE undersigned are receiving at their Store,
at Dcmpt Dak, a large stock of GOODS,
consisting of nearly every variety of
Dry Goods , Groceries, Hardware and Cut
lery, Crockery , Boots , Shoes,
Hals, Caps,
d which they have bought at the lowest market pri
; ecs, and which they will sell accordingly. All
; kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE taken for goods,
i We invite all who desire to spend their money ad-
s ’ vantagcously to give us a call. Thanktul for past
J favors, wo respectfully solicit a continuance of the
0 S amo. J. H. MONROE & CO.
u j Bumpy Oak, Oct. 28, 1352. —tt
11 \,TITTS —MITTS.—Black Silk Lace Mitts o
I JIVJL all qualities, half-fingurcd and long Mitts for
- sale, ap 28. MEYENBERG &,• BKO’S.
)Y <
S) T4/TINOR & HORTON PLOUGHS—aII num
s! JLtX bers—just received and for sale by
fob 24 WM. FERGUSSON.
i < A OLLARS and II AMES, for sale by
fob 17 DAY & PADGETT.
(~YoD LIVER OlL—Rushton, Clark Sf Co.’s—
J just received by DAY & PADGETT.

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