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Marble p e t e r s , Ringha'inton ,N .Y .. ; begleave to say to their large c ircle o f customers, and the public generally, that they still con­ tinue tbeir Marble Shop on Court St., a few. doors east of the C a n a l Bridge, and that they a r e ’ constantly enlarg-. ing their facliities for the accommo­ dation Of those who m ay need articles; in their line. ■ ... In the beauty and __________ durability of the inaterial th e y ' lurnish, as w e ll as. excellency'of workmanship, correct and appropriate lettering and carving-, ahd fineness o f finish', they a re determined not to Be excelled': while they, are free to pledge ihem selves to the c itizens o f B inghainfon, Broom e and the adjoining Counties Of this State a n d Penn­ sylvania, that they will supply them.'on as favora­ ble terms as a n y dealers west of Albany and New- Y o r k * ’ ? * . * * t They have now on hand a well selected assort­ ment o f M a r b l e for T o m b Stones, Tables, H e a rths, Paint Stones, Sinks, W indow Caps and Sills, &c.-, and anv rarer .article i n their line, such as costly •Monuments or M antels, they Will hold them selves in readiness tofurnish to OTder on the most reason­ able'term s. • ' Orders from the.country are solicited, and the -articles DELIVERED, if desired. _ ' ‘ Country'Produce w illbe received inpaym e n t. Bingham ton Feb. 17. 1845. (i it F/A T. 1) it Y I X T B E H E A L IN G A R T ! \ - Im p o rtant t o I n v a lid s a n d F r i e n d s ’o f t h e Siclr. M E D ld lN E , however-efficacious, has alw ays’, been taken with d issatisfaction by . the sick, owing to its'unpleasant .nature. H e n c e it has ever, fceen-tbe study oi' all g reat p h y sicians td disguise its: n'auceous taste. . B u t th e ir efforts h a v e never been crowned w ith complete success. ' It was left for'D.r. Sm ith'to accomplish.' H a v ing given.the subject his unrem itting aUenifen foy n e a r ly two years, be has, a fte r'sp e n d i n g- a considerable sum o f money, produ­ ced a medicine which, w h le it is every way a g ree­ able tQ the palate, is sure to trium p h over.D lSEA S E and a ll opposition, and to repay him for his ’devo­ tion tothe improvement,of the m edical science. ’ DEL G H E N J . S M I T H ’S SU G A R C O A T E D - . : c'*Improved Indian Vegetable P ills” , A re the reSUlt,of this labors -T h e ir effects; and the general fa-vor-with which they have.been received in all p a rts o f th e United States, w arrant the propri etor in the declaration that “they a re the greatest improvement in medicine ever known.”. Unlike all a ll other pills,'these n e ither gripe, p roduce n aur sea, n o r any other unpleasant sensation, while they are as powerful, as it is possible for a m edicine to be, and.be.. harmless . . _ . . .. - / P A R E N T S cannot be too cautious o f m ineral medicines whiph' exert s u c h a n all powerful influence Upon the :sysr lem a 1) to supercede every thing else; stilling and • silencing both, the 1 disease and nature herself alto­ gether, and often constituting a g reater and more grievOus-disease, w h ich shall weigh upon man throughliie. , - * ' • . ' ' ' . - S I C K N E S S I N C H I L D R E N requiresthe prompt.and c e rtain effects o f a m ild and agrfeeable purgative medicine, like these pills. . . W O R M S are instantly expelled, from the system by their use. Fotil Stomacn aiid Furred tongue find a positive antidote in these “ S u g a r Coated Pills,” FE M A L E S under any circum stances, may take them, and they will promote regular a c tion, and preserve health and strength of.body .and’ vivacity o f mind. F o r certificates of ladies, we refer the invalid to a pam- phet to b e had of the agents. But we will m erely refer to a few who h a v e bee„n cured b y the use ot these Pills. ■ R. T hompson, 56 N o rth Moore street, (nephew of the late Judge Thom p son) cuied of periodical Headache atid pain i n th e breast. R. M . Park, U. S. Navy, fever and sciofula. Jacob Oarlock’s daughter, No. 8 Staple st. cured of W o rm s; M rs. S A. Gould, (M a tron of the U. S Naval H o spital) cured of headache and b illious affections. Sarah Douglas, c o rner o f L udlow and W a lker sts cured of p ain i n the head, dimness o f sight, &e. Jas.M. .Turner, late of the U. S. Navy, 581 Greenwich st. cured of weakness in the breast, cos- tiveness and difficulty of breath ing. - IraA lv o r d , Cazenovia, N .Y . cured of bilious complaint, * , , Jam es J .B e r m s , deputy s h r ill, has seen them us­ ed in the debtor’s p rison whh astonishing results. H o n . P. G. L a w r e n ^ , and N a than Ball, M . D. of M ichigan', have testified to several rem arkable cures of fever a»d ague by these Pills. S o l d a t tV9 G r e e n w i c h s t . N . Y . M T f * C A U T I O N — T h e public should re- l a e m b e r t h a t J S f O - ( S u g a r C o a t e d ) P i l l s c a n . b e g e n - •tine, unless Dr. G. BENJ. SM ITH ’S signature is on. the side of e v e r t box. T h is is im p o rtant, as miserable m edicine may be enveloped with sugar. These Pills .are made of the purest m aterials, and they will bear the scrutiny of either physician or chemist. But a worthless imitation has been made, which, h a s no recom m e n d a tion but the sugar which, covers up a vile mixture of aloes and colcynth. Be­ ware of such imposition. P atent O ffice . Received this 17th day of J u n e , 1844 from 'D r. G. Benj. Smith by Col. J . D. Stevenson, ihe fee of T h irty D o llars, payable on his application for a Patent for a P ill “ Coated w ith Sugar.” H. L. ELLSWORTH, Commissioner of Patents; F o r sale by L. M. Rexford. Binghamton. 6-1 y A CARD W H. NOLAND, would tender his thanks to . • the Public for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon him, and begs leave tq say that he has just opened-a new and beautiful assortment of perfumery and Fancy goods, Cloths, Cassimers, Tweads, &c. which he will sell at the lowest prices, and hopes that by a strict attention robustness he will .continue to receive a liberal share of their Patronage. ‘No pains or expense willbe spared to render tlie Emporium of Fashion the most agreeable place to I rade, in the village. May 7th 1845. % 'b - L F O B T B E B E M O V A L a n d p e r m a n e n t C U 1 E O F ' D IS E A S E S A K j f e f N G g R O a l A N J M P U E E ' ; S T A T fc O F T H E . B L O O D, O R R A B I * 1 . Q F T H E s r s T E » r » t i z ; ; : ‘ Ser6ftday v r King'* E v il, Rheumatism, 'Obstinate G u t-. antmit Eruption*, Pvthplis, o f Pustule*, onthcFace, . Blotches,'Bues, C/ironic SorefiEyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Staid-Head, Enlargement ahd Pain 6+tht Bonesdnd Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic S y m p - tomr,- Sciatica, Or Dumbago. and mnwits-arising from an injudicious, use o f Mercury, Ascites,or Dreg; my, Exposure or imprudence in Dtfe. Also, Chronic CcmktilutiotutfDUorders vsilfb'cr.tmovcd by this P ic- peration. . ‘ - '. I F th e r e b e a pleasu r e oh e a r t h w h ich su p e r io r b e in g s cannot e n joy, an d one w h i d t 't h e y m ig h t a teo'envy m e n th e possession of, it ia th e poW er-of r e l ie v i n g p i i n . _ H o w consoling, th e n , i s th e consciousness o f h a v in g b e e n t h e i n ­ stru m e n t o f r e s c u ing th o u s a n d s from m i s e r y t o those- wjio possess it. W h itt a n am o u n t ofauffering h a s b e e n r c liev - - eU, a n d w h a t a still greater- a m o u n t o f s u f lerin g c a n be p r e ­ ven ted , b y the. use ofS a n d s ? S a r s a p a r illa! T h e unfortu­ nate victim -nf h e r e d i ta r y d ise a s e , w ith; sw o llen glands, contracted.sihew * and bones h a l f c a rio u s , h a s been, rosfor- ed to h e a lth vigor.- • T lie scrofulous patien t, co v e red w ith u lcers,loki.lutotne to h im s e l f a n d to his a tten d a n ts, h a s h tf e n jh a d e w h o le. H u n d r e d s p f p e rsons, w h o h a d groaned hopelessly for-yefe* u n d e r cu 'an c o u s an d g lan d u lar diso.r- ders, chronic rheumatism, an^ many • oilier cqmplaifes sp r in g in g from..a d e r a n g e m e n t o f t h e se c r e ti v e organs, a n d th e c ir c u lation, h a r e beeh- r a i s e d as it w o re from th e r a c k of d isease, ah d nOw, w ith r e g e n e r a ted 'co n s titu tio n s , g lad ­ ly testify to t h e efficacy of, this in,estim able p r e p a r a tio n . T h e f o llow in g c e r tificates r e c e n t ly r e c e i v e d w ill b e reacll w ith in terest, ahd for f u r t h e r proof th e re a d e r is r e f e r r e d to a pam p h let-w h ich is furnished gratis-by a i l t h e agents.. M e s s r s . S a n d s : N e w -Y o r k , D e c . I, 1843. G e n tle in ’e n — P a r e n tal feeling s in d u c e ’u s to m a k e th e following s tatem e n t o f facts in relatio n to t h e im p o i tant c u r e o f o u r little daughter, w h o lly effijcte'd by -the use o f S a n d s ’ Sarsaparilla'. F o r n e a rly th r e e - y e a r s s h e w a s afflicted w ith a m o s t in v e terate eruption on th e body, w h ich a t tim e s was so b a d , c o n n e c ted w iih in tern a l d isease, t h a t w e d e s p a ir e d o f h e r life. T h e c o m p laint c o u im e n c c d iu th e roots o f t h e h a ir , an d g rad u a lly sp r e a d until th e w h o le h e a d w a s envoi- oped, and'then it,a ttack e d the. e a rs, a n d ram d o w n th e n e c k , and.'coritihum g ’ to increase until it. c o v e red t h e rnost-of the .body. Itcoinm eniqed -with a s m a ll p iinptc o f pustule, from w h ich w a ter *t f irst.disijliarged; th is produced g r e a t itc h ­ ing an d b u i n i n g ; 't h e n m a tter or pus fo r m e d ,’th e skin, crack.ed ond bled, a n d th e pus d isch a r g e d freely . T h e sufferings of th e c h ild w e re s o g r o a t as alm o st w h o lly, to •pre v e n t natural r e s t, a n d th e o d o r from the d isch a rg e s so of­ fensive as to m o k e it d ifficult to pay th a t p a r ticu la r attOni- liori tlie n a tu r e o f the c a s e r e q u ir e d . T h e disease w as call- led Scald H e a d and gen’ecur S a lt,R h e u m . W e tried varii- 'oijs rem e d ies, w ith little benefit, and ,consid°rf;d h e r c a se alm o st beyond tho r e a c h of m e d i c in e ; b u t from th e know n v ir tu e o f y o u r Sarsaparilla, w c w;ere induced to g ive i t a trial. B e fore t h e f ir s t b o ttle w a s all used,*w e p e r c e iv e d an ini'? provem e n t in th e ap p e a r q n e e of the e r u p t io n ; but th e .change w a s so r a p i d for th e b e tt e r , t h a t w e cotild scarcely give cred e n c e tp'I lie evidenc6 of o u r o w n eyes. _ W d con tin u e d its\use\(or a, few w e e k s , a n d th e re s u lt is a p e r f e c t cu r e .. .T o a ll P a r e n t s w e w o u l d s a y i l you have ch ild r e n 'su f f e r in g w ith an y d isease o f t h e s k in; use S a n d s ’ S a rsapa rilfa. W ith feelin g s o f g r a titu d e and resp e c t, w e tire yours, ,& c. E L I H U a n d SA R A H S O U T H M A Y D , -> 95 M a d ison stre e t . T h e follow ing w a s a d d ressed to o u r A g e n t at S a v a n n a h . O g e c h e e G ross R o a d s, G a ., A u g u st 24, 1843. M i\ G . R . H e n d r ick s o n , Savannah. D e a r S ir— Having* ju s t r e c o v e r e d from a m o st sev e r e C h ronic R h e u m a tism ) w ith w h ich I have been afilictcd for m a n y y e a r s , and having used various rem e d ies w ithout any succens, I am induced to w rite to you in resp e c t ’V * R E r f o V E D . . , , v «Hr- ^ ™—. - BINGHXliB&ff? in ' t h [ & * & b H s b r t e n t , y # W fo flit; aW y ,tfiattfieyar^prep*i^*-Io,^xeieufeitl|dr C A S T IN G S M A C H IN E R Y Y i t h p f e ^ I ' ThVsd^tablishment’K asbeettfltted special refertfldelo the .1 t 1 cjteT-. ____ ■ n ‘ 2l* AaVi'/ms ik a ttel«iKliehTnAfit Bn_ ty VJT i t . {‘H i Vvi very best Medicine in use!! X S -D r. Chapm ans Sum m er Cordial ior the c u r e o f J . Dysintery,Diarrhceaand Cholera Morbus, Sum ­ mer Complaints, also FlatulentandSpasm o d icC h o - He. T h is m edicine is p repared from a v eritable p re- -. scription.of the Celebrated D r. Chapm an o f P h ila­ delphia and is really and iruly tbe best remedy for the above complaints now in use. Every family Miould keep a* ooulc on hand as it invartahly re- \• ieves tlie \suddeii; attacks which most frequently fliaracterise the commencemeni o f the above dis- e-*se. Price l^f-cts a n d 3 7 i cts p r Bottle. 3. ' F o r ’S ale only by L . M REXyORD;- n Look at T h is! D r . JO N A T H A N T . K I T T R A G E ’S valuable^ -12^1 'O IN T M E N T , whieh Is an infallible a od itnaiediate cure for the e a r ache, a n d for. sore^ f.' 2 theripg in the head. One application wiH'cure.' ; '.id.ear a.ehe,.and a lew applications in the course' «t' a few Weeks, w ill efle'ct a p erm anent cffrefb f sores'gatherjng in the head. I t w ill p revent'D e a l- i: jss, if u sed 'in season, and is an i mmediate c u re for l.-umors in cuts, burns and hog bites,' quelling the fev e r ancf h u m o rs a n d causing it to ra n and heal* -ilnd shin sores which some a re troubled with for jTviny y q a rs, a n d a re beyond the reach of the skill <»t\ Doctors fo cure,.m ay be cured by one or two triplications. It c u res thepar ache and sores in the head, w ithout c a u sing atnr p a in. Price 25 cents. •£§»Por sale-at this Office, also by Hagam an & iw rdsall, C h e n a n g o \Forks and Canfield & Steele, U n ion. °- * 36-ly. D E N T I S T R Y . T h « subscriber continues to perform every o p eration upon the teeth accor­ ds n g to the most modern and im proved principles ol ihe’a r t. T h e s e who a re desirous of repleting the vacancies caused by the loss o f their original teeth i re respectfully invited to c all. T e r m s reasonable. Office directly over M r. Sawders C rockei y store. Door opposite the e n tranceinto the W a sl. ■ rctonian J W l J C. RO B IE. N . B. Dentists supplied w ith full setts o f instru­ ments. Turn/teys and other surgical instrum ents k:‘pt'constantly . 6 rt”hand and for sale. J.<C. R . . * ; i . t e a ; ; : - ^71 H E s u b s c riber invites p a rticular attention to L hiiktock 6 f choice arid f ragrant T e a s , which. to Sands’ Sarsaparilla, lowhich valuable medicine I now owe n)y presenl enjoyment of health. Despairing of ever re­ covering, from this distressing disease, and, while laboring under the tnost acute, agony and pain, I was persuaded to try the Sarsaparilla so. highly recommended, forthe cure of rheumatism. I tried one bottle, and the liille benefit 1 derived from that'one, induced me to , give it a fair trial, which 1 did, by sendmg’down to you for half a dozen bot­ tles; and am now happy to say 1 find myself, for the first time in twelve, years,- well and able to attend to my neces­ sary duties I send you this through a. feeling _ of grali- ta.de, due this excellent medicine, and a sense of obligation to my fellow beings, that those similarly afflicted, -may be induced to try this valuable remedy,- Sands’ Sarsaparilla. Your?, with respect, &c.\ DANIEI.FOX- Prepared and sold wholesale snd retail, by A. B. &.D, SANDS, Wholesale Druggists, 79 Fulton-streqt, N. Y. Sold also by Druggists generally throughout the U. S.— Price $1 per bottle—six bottles for $5^ For sale by L. !M Rexford Binghamton. . 411 BALDNESS A N D LOSS OJT HAIR, Is caused by a w a n t q f h e a lthy action of the ves sels which throw off the p erspiration .from the heat W h e n these vessels are weak or diseased, the per­ spiration-is thick and clammy and adheres to the mouths of the pores' and clogs them up, and dries and forms s c u rf o r dandruff. Less-blood is then carried to the roots o f ’the hair, and for wantl o: which the h a ir hue not sufficient nourishm ent’, ainc consequently becomes’ dry and harsh, and begins insensibly to fall off which conti n u tng to increase eventually produces baldness. Restore the capilla ry vessels o fthe head to their form er hpalthy cireu lation, and a fine silky new hair w ill make its ap pearance which will increase in quantity and.vo ume until the h a ir becomes thick and nealtby. J ayne ’ s 'H air T onic is the only preparation that has ever been known to produce new H a i r on Balt Heads, which it h as done in innum erable instances and will seldom fail, i f properly and perseverin * used. F o r the'Efficacy of the above medicine, we refer to Gen. Ephraim Robbins J r . of Uaion, whose hair has been restored by the use o f it. For sale by L. M. REX F O R D , Agent Jayne’s Expectorant. T he whole W orld , ( should know I t , that Dr Jayne’s Expectorant is a certain cure for Asthma, and that lor Coughs, Colds, Consumption, W h o o p ­ ing Cough, Croup, Bronchitis,, and every other d is­ ease ofthe Lungs or T h roat, is sure to produce the most decided benefit. It is recommended by thou­ sands, who have tried it, and all say that il is the best remedyy without any exception lor all Pulmo nary Diseases,- that has ever been known, for it a l­ ways give relief, and ffures when every other means have failed. L . M . R E X F O R D , Agent. Jayne’s Carminative Balsam Is a certain, safe and speedy c u re for Dysentery, Diarrhoea. Cholera M orbus, Sum m er Complaint, Sick a n d Nervous H e a d a c h e, Cramps, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomachs, &c.&c. At this season ofthe r e a r it is partictilarly necessary that families and per­ sons subject to these complaints, should provide themselves with it, to have it at hand whenever nee- 'ded, it w ill not only be the means of frequently a- voiding severe and debilitating attacks of illness'but has a n d will preserve many valuable lives.. The universal opinion o f a ll who h ave used it is, “ T h a t no family should be without it.” L. M. R E X F O R D , Agent. Jayne’s Life Preservative, A n A lterative and D epurative P reparation com­ bining all the m edicinal virtues of those articlesJ which long experience has proved to posses* fhe most safe and efficient alterative and Duobslruent properties, for the cure ol Scrofula, King’s Evil, W h ite Swellings, U lcers, Scrofulous Canivroqs and Indolent Tum o u rs, Rheum atism ; G o u :,’Scur­ vy, N e u ralgia or T ic-D o u iouretu, Cancer, Goiitre or Broncho.cele, (Swelled Neck,] Enlargem ents o r the Bones, Joints or Ligaments or of the Oyarles, LiVerj »3plc«P, Kidney?, &c. AU.tbe v ariou? D is­ eases o fthe Skin, such a s T e tter, Ring-worm, Biiles Pim p les, Carbuncles, &c., Dropsical Swelling*, C o n stitutional D isorders, and diseases originating from a depraved or im p u re state or the blood or oth­ e r fluids o f t h e body. L. M . R E X F O R D , Ag^rit:. Worms are Swept Away ... From the stomach and bowels by J a y n e ’s V e rm i­ fuge, a s by the besom of destruction. They perish under its, searching influence instantly, and are ex­ pelled w ith the mucus in which they are imbedde.i. T h e c u re is in almost all cases permanent, and i f a recurtence of the disorder should take place, a lew; doses of the p reparation will never fail to produce the desired object—for the effect does n o t weaken w ith Tepetition. Those who suffer from piles o r re­ m ittent fever, or a u y complaint where a mild tonic or a lterative m aybe desirable, will find in J a y n e ’s Tonic Vermifuge, a most v aluable remeby. L .M . R E X F O R D , agent. Dr. D. Jayne’s Sanative Pills. For L iver Com plaints, Gout, Jaundice, Dyspep­ sia, Rheumatism, F evers. Nervousness, Erysipelas, and diseases o f the Skin, Impurity ofthe Blood, In­ flammations,-Melancholy, Sich H eahache, Costive- ness, Pains in the Head, Breast, Side, Back and Limbs, Bilious Affections, Fem ale diseases, &c. &c. apd whenever an A lterative or Purgative M edi­ cine m ay be required 15* T h e above p o p u lar and valuable M edicines are prepared only by Dr. David J a y n e 20 South T h ird st. Pliil’a, and sold by L. M„ Rexford only a g e n t i n B r o o m e C o . n3-Iy B R U S H E S .—A general assortment o f Paint Varnish, scrub and W h ite W a sh Brushes: R . C. T R I V E T T S . L IL Y SY R U P . T h e price o f this popular med icinefor the c u r e o f c o u g h a n d consnmjflionis reduced to #1 ,p 0 p e r bottle. X». M . ItEXgFORtf * r„ A n K ? V 4 3 . . R O B E R T C. T R I V E T T , D e a ler i n D r u g s , M e d icin e s , P a i n t s , 'D ili,'W in d o w and Picture Glass.; Dye-Stuffs, Patent M e d ­ icin e s , B r u s h e s , E s en ’ ees, Faultily Groceries, $6: 7f-e. ! W O U L D respectfully inform ;his customers’.and thepublic that notwithstanding the interrup­ tion caused by the late fire, he has now completed an arrangem ent by which they can be accommoda­ ted as heretofore with every thing in his line, and they may depend as formerly updn obfainifig siipev rior articles a t the • : ‘‘t Cheapest Rates. A fter the Ist, o f A p ril be w ill he happy.tosee his patrons a t the-Store recently occupied by Benjam in F.‘Sisson, Opposite the “Phenix Hotel,” * two doors west o j “Canal Bridge ” , On the ’opening of navigation hist stock will-be replenished with a mosc desirable assortment o f Fresh. Goods/: T h e cdmjnunity at large'will' ‘find it greatly to their advantage lo'catl a f this establishment befor^ purchasing elsewhere. - . Physicians can obtain a full, supply of both m ineral and vegeta­ ble M edicines, a t New -York p r ices.. P a i n t e r s aud others will be supplied with any quantity of W h ite Lead. Linseed Oil, Boiled Linseed Oil, T u r ­ pentine, Copal Varnish, W h iting, P a ris W h ite, Em ­ erald and Chrome Green. V erdigris, G lue,B rush­ es, &c. &c. at-twenty per cent less than the usual prices. To Manufacturers, A large assortment of Djre‘ W oods, also Cochi­ neal, Al Urn, Copperas, Bine Vitriol, • M adder, Ex­ tract Logwood, Acids, Annatto, Borax Oiive Oil, CQmb Plate, Clothier’s. Jacks, Indigo, T e n ter H o o k ’s &c. &c. for sale on the most advantageous terms. N. B. All articles w arranted to suit, -or the pur chaser h as the p rivilege of returning. Binghamton M arch 26,1845. ings an*d M achinery upoh V e rv'shdrtriptice; _ • Connected with; this estobH shtnjentfjsa^acIfrne shop under the s tr ict personal supervisiou ’of one of ihe. p roprietors—M r. O v erhiser, wfct?^(iflsfq]rSevefa| years been connected with, some o f thesfl£a v-iesfiminl- iifacturingestablishm e n tsinihesm teasaiffiafchjurisf where m achinery a n d ptb.er wcttk c a n b e fitted u p in as good styie as a t . a n y oth e r establishmentrin.‘Abe- state. P lans and d raw ings o f m a c h inery o f e v e r r description c a n be furnished a t thefunpace. In addition to the general a ssoftriieiifof c a stings usually found at establishm ents oftH iSkindj em- bracing a great v a riety, -can f>e found C ild rp a ' Kftt- tles of a l/ sizes. Also hollow w a re of eyeryjdes­ cription. Stovef-and: stoye caskingSj^ir^eneM FVs- sortme?it em b racing di ffei e n t k inds o f m«Wy--©f the improved patter'iis made- from th e b e s f o f J r a n . A l­ so D u rkeys recent improved; -w a ter wheel. Also iJotchkisg reaction w a ter >whefels; A7sovJdhnsdh’s T H E F O L L O W IN G RE.for Sale at the D rug Stqre of D. M c A R M & Stqre o f ’•TH U R , No. 1 a n d 2 Exchange Buildings. Kolmstock.!s Verm ifuge, and Sherm a n ’s Worm Lozenges. These worm m edicines have a high reputation for eradicating w o rm s of all kinds from children and adults-—T-ry them- Sherm a n ’s Cough Lozenges and Rev. Dr. Bar- tln-lom,en’s Pink Expectorant a re said to b e'unri- valed for the cure-of Consumption Coughfc Colds, T ightness o f the Litngs o r chest, spitting ol Blooc &c. &c. Also, W inslow ’s Compound Balsam o Horehound, highly efficatious in the above com­ plaints. Indian Vegetable Elixer arid Linam e n t f o r th e cure of Rheum atism , stiff Joints, Gout &c. Dalley’s.Mngical P a in Extractor, lor. the cure of Burns, Bruises, Fever sores, F rozen feet &c-. Also, Dr. Spohr’s Sick Head-ache Remedv Jew David’s Hebrew Plaster Dr. Sherm atn’s P oor M ans Plas’er “ Spooner’s Hygenean Tonic “ Libbey’s Vegetable Life Bitters “ L inn’s Tem p erance “ “ Moffat’s Phenix “ Also a g reat v a riety of Pills, among w h ich are Phinney’s, Moffat’s, Poor M a n ’s, Lee’s, Libbey, Linn’s, W e b ster’s, H a lstead’s, P e rsian and Tom ato Pills, &c. Also Bristol’s and W ebster’s Sarsaparilla, two of thebestpreperationsof Sarsaparilla for the cure of scrofula and various other Diseases. D. M c A R T H U R . recehHm p roved' Whe'els for-Jffeur tfnd M%^m’iTls(, knd all.the «»c'esiSary patterns ,'forv every de'SCiiptioh. Also steam-' engjuelfiSanlafac-' lilted ofsufficient power-to drive ^any'thtfcliinery ised in this sectien. W a n ted in exchange t o t cSst-- ngs any quariiity of oW'iron/fstoiie'cdafand most riflfl^ q f t^ p r q d u c d i Th«i' S f l b f ^ r i b e r t i i -hoj^e2>y»tHoi attention to this business ^o tiipprit^and rOsnectfuflv solicit p a tronage. • T H E O . A ; T H A Y E R , ' ' .. BEN J, H ; O V E R H ISER . Bingham top, Qctober 25, l843.: • * ;,33 \ L IS T O F P O P U L A R M E D IC IN E S . For’Sale t y : f 50 and 1 J C o n v e rsations l i k e (he above are o f d a ily occtuT e n c e ,- f h e inoro the B a ls a m is k n o w n , th e m o r e it is a p p reciated and tho s a te is c o n s tan tly increasin g , Irom th e recoium c n dntion o f those who have u s e d i t and proved its efficacy.— It is only about a y e a r sin c e this m e d icine w as brought b e fore tbo public, an d tb e sale o f i t h a s gone beyond our m o e t s a n g u ine exp e c tatio n s . H a r d ly a day p a s s e s , b u t w e obtain new ev id e n c e o f i ts s u p e r io rity over e v e r y o th e r preparation in u s e ; e it h e r by o r d e r s from d istan t p laces or by th e testim o n y of those to w h o m We have' sold by the sin g le boltle. U n lik e m o st p reparatio n s o f t h e k in d , w h ich contain a larg e qu a n tity o f o p iu m , a n d se r v e only to p a l­ liate, (not to c u r e ) th e d isease, th is m e d icin e gives p e r m a ­ n e n t r e lief. I t not only seem s to do good a t f i r s t, hut ‘a continued use o f i t show s plain ly tha! it is a valuable p r e p ­ aration, a n d one th a t u n d e r o r d in a r y circu m s tan c e s w ill do m o re tow a rds th e cu re o f c o n sum p tion.'and th e coughs and colds tbatlead-to th a t d r e a d f u l disease than can possibly be effected by an y o th e r treatm e n t. In fact th e day is n o t far d istan t w h e n B A R C L A Y ’S A M E R IC A N BA L S A M w ill be th e only m e d icin e u s e d for p u lm o n a ry d isea s e in all its varied form s. S o ld in S y r a c u s e by th e proprietor* H O U G H & B R I D G E S .. F o r Sale by R o b e r t C . T r iv e tt, B ingham ton,; H . H e m ­ ingw a y , W h i t n e y 's P o i n t ; R o g e rs & H a g a m a n , C h e n a n g o Forks. 40-6m v I M P O R T A N T T O D Y E R S & M A N U F A C ^ T U R E R S . Fustic Copperas, - 7 N i c W o o d , C r e a m T a r t , . » '.Coohineal, Blue Vitriol, Oil .V j t r i o l , Acids &c. &c. A n n a t t o , . ,, . - . . Are offered in any-quantity, at prices which wilf com p e te w ith an y o th e r e s ta b lish m e n t in t h e state. Please, call and examine. R.' C. TRIVETT.'» S i g n o f t-het G o l d e n M o r t a r . “ Sand’s Sarsaparilla; Sand’s, S a lt-ltheum Remedy. R o m a n E y e B a ls a m Indian’s Panacea . ; j M cM u n n ’s E lix ir of O p ium Phinpey’s P ills , M oflat’sL ife Pills “ Phoenix.Bitters Sherm a n ’s M edicated Lozenges “ Fever & Agtie-Lozenges “ D in n e r Lozenges “ Poor M an’s P la'ster Jayne’s E x p ectorant “ H a i r T o n ic “ Tonic. V erm ifuge ’ “ ■ C a rm inative Balsam “ Sanative P ills T D ailey’s P a in Extractor . H a y ’s Linim e n t for P iles W a shington E lixir for D y sintery, Ac Cooper’s C o m Salve M a r r ’s C o m Salve » G ridley’s SaR Rheum Oiwtment * ; D r. Rush’s I»fallible.Pills ’ , / Phelp’s T o m ato Pills “ Restorative B itters - M ile’s Tomato. Pills Fahnestock’s Verm ifuge. Cheesman’s A rabian Balsam A llebasi’s Bik'. Safve “ Cough Syrup P ile P ills - Cathartic. Pills; Plasters “ F e v e r &’A g u e 'Syrup; W inslow ’s Balsam of H o rehound T a y lor’s Balsam of L iverw o rt M o lher’s R e lief Fosgate’s Anodj'ne Cordial W istar’s Balsam oi W ild C h e rry Resurrection or Petsian P ills • Jew D a v id’s o r H e b rew P laster Egyptian- B a lm F ish’s Lily Svrup . \ Longley.sG reat W e s tern Indian P a n a c e a D u tc h Pins, o r L io n o f t h e D a y Bishops’s Anti-Bilious Pills H itchcock’s Balsam of H e a lth “ W o rm T e a “ C a larrh Snuff M a g n etic Odontica “ H a ir Regenerator P a r k e r ’s P u lm o n a ry Balm G regory’s Pills Balm of Colum b ia H itchcock’s A n ti-B ilious Pills Covert’s Balm of Life M ichaux’s F reckle W a s h Lee’s Pills B randreth’s Pills Post’s Poor M a n ’s P ills Badeau’s Plasters Libby’s Bitters t N erve and Bane Rheum atic Linim e n t W ilkinsons Trom a tic W o u n d Salve Thom p sons E ye W a ter H ills BaZs. Honey Cephalic Snuff H u n g a rian Balsam of Life M c A llister’s A l( H e a ling Ointment tl H a ir Oil Toilet OH Segur’s Resloriiive Pills Larbor’s Ext. Lungw o rt - Glove Anodyne, C e rtain c u re for toothhefie. C lim a x Syriip - Dr. Foord’s Pectoral Syrup “ Tonic Cordial - ' “ U n iversal Pills H o o p e r’s Fem ale Pills Anderson’s Scots Pills ' Godfrey’s Cordial Bateman’s Pectoral Drops 1 , 1 Turlinglon’s Balsam of L ife Pacific Oil Eddy’s Rheum atic T incture W a rranted : - p ricc \ s i C-0 ? J 4 j >00 I .‘ - . I g g 2 oo v - 25 artd i 3 7 | 25,and50 : .‘ 100 25 1 0 0 50 12 - * I t CO 1 , 00 50 50 25 00 00 1 oo 25 25 50 , .374 \ 25 ' ’ 50 25 50 a n d 1 06 ‘ '50 50 25 25 124 50 50 I and 1 „50 2 00 , . 31 1 00 31 and 624 50 - 5 0 1 00 1 50 37 1 25 1 00 25 25 50 374 1 00 37* £ 0 and 75 25 I 50 50 25 25 124 25 75 50 A 1 00 37 1 25 ...... _> assortment^)! F Shelf H a rdw .are^^lpab^^fi^hl^nd Slips, imd a l- F k r m ^ r , f 'n ...’- j , ! J ,■ tipjF H o ldup: at. S . e a r y A C p . a n d lc o k a t th e i r a ! |^ f e n S H . f i H A L L has p arehased the largeandex- * te n s i v e stoclc o f C r o c k e r y , .LookingHJaj»ek, Cutlery andF u m ishiB g arti cl es o fM r. L.Siahdera; together w ith a large (slock- o n ifs way f rom Liver­ pool, and i s u Q w - p r e p a r e d to exWbit s u c b f-stock of w a re a s is-s.eldom fopiid; in W estdrn‘NiB«ii!£»>rk. T o such'as‘jyisbj; , to, p u r c K ja s e . great, if l ^ u c e m e n u .w illbe offered a s this siocik'was-'m b s tl|y-^ptm ^ f by M r . -Sariders a n d 'iti i li be sold at* the lffw e lt^aL J 'kef-rates; a t S. H . P . H A L t i ’Sh * The Question S e ttled ' ■ T o the-perfect s a tisfaction o f a l l reasonable people , that Dr. lmrbbr ’8 Extract of-Langwort w the only medicine in tlie W ffQpM W ORLD that'mil curcAH .Dung. and Diver diseases. - r I ^ H E follow ing grBtiiitous testim o n ial from * e.ntleinab' X v e r y ex ten s iv e ly know n , being- o n e o f the- larg e s t L u m b e r M e r c h a n ts i.n A lbany, c o n c lusively estao lish e s tb e ' g r e a t r e p u t a t i o n t h i s l n e d i c i q e enjoys.:, ■ A .•» ,' ' A lbany , M a y 7, 181’L Messrs. Roosevelt & Co., see. glad-I-waspers'jadeclbyyoh of Dungwork 1J hav.e - suffered -'muchfor' several years past with pain in the breast,-and inuch annoyed by cough­ ing; particularly the piuit fqnr months. Since jising your-- Lungwort; I . have entirely e'eased coughing, and the pain -has riso left me. J Have not •taken;- the AaZ/\ol one botlle, and tlpring th.e time o f using it, I hnve been expose.d to- wet and damp, using I'ess precaution, than usiial. . Respectfiilly yours,. \ , t R . W H I T L O C K , . Lntnber Merchant,, C o r n e f o fQ ,uackenbu^h & W a t e r S ts. J i f - F o r Still fu r t h e r proof o f its- v ir tu e s ^ s e e m e d ical books in the hands of all agents,, (to be had gratis,) con­ taining certificate’s and testimonials ftdra some qfour most resp e c tab le citijiens. . . ROOSEYELT & Co., Proprietors , ' ‘ 2 ?: Broadway, Albany- For Sale by L. M. Rexford, Binghamton;.H. Heming. w a y , W h it n e y ’s P o in t ;-R o g e ’r s & H a g a m a n , -C h e n a n g o F o r k s . . * - . 40-6m IT S T A N D S P R B E M I N E N T , A N D D E F I E S C O M P E T I T I O N ! N o th in g is a b e tte r o r itiore conclusive proof o f th e val­ ue o f a n 'a r ticle, and its w o rth, th a n to s e e - S C O R E S O F IM IT A T O R S - rise up an d end e a v o r by base m e a n s (of .............. ..................... PA L M U P O N T H E C O M M U N iT Y som e thing w h ich hardly resem b les, th e genuine’ a rticle in a single, p n r ticu lar. T h e y in ju r e th e public by • A S P U R I O U S A R T I C L E , ’ not o n ly d e p r iv in g th e inventor o ffiis r ig h t, b u t d e s tro y and * C A U S E D E A T H ; and all for the sak e o f a few pic.ces o f s i l v c r . N o p u n ish­ m e n t is too s e v e r e fdr s u c h base and m e r c e n a r y w retches, a n d i n ev e r y c a s e should be e x p o s e d . . PEASE & SON’S C O M P O U N D E X T R A C T O F H O R E H O U N D C A N D Y has now becom e an estab lish e d m e d icin e throughout the U u ited S t a t e s ; foi it is w e ll know n th a t it WILL CURE . A L U P U L M O N A R Y C O M P L A I N T S , COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BLEEDING A T T H E L U N G S , C R O U P , W H O O P I N G .\ C O U G H , B R O N C H I T I S , A S T H M A A ND ’ A L L S IM IL A R C O M P L A I N T # . This medicine is not formed solely from oneffr two com­ pounds, bu t is a com p o sition that is ^ , FORMED OF TWENTY-FIVE V E G E T A B L E C O U G H IN G R E D I E N T S , *o th a t it has th e advantage ov e r a ll other, rem e d ies of colds and complaints of the lungs, from tlie fact that in or­ d in a r y m e d icines you have only one rem e d y , w h ich is ol no aid, while here you have twenty-five combined. All over th e U n ited S tates and in E u ro p e its v ir tu e s a r e w e ll k n o w n , because^ has invariablv proved B E N E F I C I A L T O T H E A F F L I C T E D , an d in m a n y instances has effected m o st w o n d e rful co res. P u r c h a s e r s should be c a reful t h a t th e y procure th e g e n u ­ ine article, aod th e y w ill th e n ap p r e c iate its value.— Sold w h o lesale and r e tail by J . P E A S E & S O N , 45 D ivis­ ion st, proprietors and M a n u f a c tu r e r s ; 10 A stor H o u s e ; 110 B r o a d w a y : 86 W illiam s t ; ancl 232 B road st, N e w a r k , N . 3. F o r S a le by R o b e r t C . T riv e tt, B ing h a m to n ; H . H e m ­ ingw a y , W h it n e y ’s P o i n t ; R o g e rs & H a g a m a n , C h e n a n ­ go F o r k s . . 40m6 P H E L P ’S C O M P O U N D L o g w o o d , Indigo, Cam wood, A lum ’, ’ Argols, R H E U M A T I S M . | D L A ^ ^ E l ’$ : ‘Seiebrkje.a eL i- J J meAtTdr‘th e e u r h “6’f' fttfpum'aiisTf for s a le by ; N OBLES M edicated EndiIkmkj'Soap, a beautify in\ Application which will [emovir.iril^PiMPi.j:*j Bi.di'cii- es or Freckles frot^-the.Skin'aBtll«Sve- it soft\an<fjfree from blehiish or disease forsale by L. M. REXFDJtD. • March 2 , 1844,. .,, , ■ .» - G RO C E R IES. Just received 10- lihd sugar 20 hlid molasses besides any quantity of—coftee a n d t p a v e r j r c h e t t p b y * S . C A R Y & . C O . 1 00 25 and 50 50 50 25 a n d 50 1 00 25 50 ' ,75 37* 25 ■’ ’ 25- \ 25 A 124 ' 12* ■ jo j 25 a n d 50 50 Enderm ic beautifying Soap h'u -50 K e e ler’s Invisible Ink > ’ 25 Connell’s .Pain Extractor 1 25 U n ited States. P ills ' . . 2 5 O riental P ills - *>• 25 W a tterm a n ’s Rheum atic Plaster 50 Opodeldoc, H a r d ai.d Liquid 124 Edw ard’s Salt Rheum Ointment 150' M edicated Cough Candy * ,i 6 W h ite’s Salve ' 124 G e la tine Capsules ' ‘ ^ a f i d 5 0 Vegetable-Pulm o n ary Balsam *1 I T / ■ Chapm an’s Sum m er'Cordial . b \ H a rlaem Oil Le Baume De Ninon or v T h e French Balm of Beauty K n app’s Strengthening Plaster Dr, Smith’s Sugar,Coated’j >il)s with m any others not e n u m e rated.. T ^ r -A * -m « / ^ m ^ ^ —* —*— rani? e v e ry article -enum e . 25 The Vegetable Remedy for Diseases arising from Im- 2 5 ,v p u r itie s o f the B lo o d , D yspepsia,, Scrofula,, I 50 25 12 * -50 25 •25 e-subscriber X 1 ^ ■nei V' Bingliamton; Feb. l j ( 1S45. Dr. Segur’s Restorative Medicine. F T FIE C A M P A IG N OR 1845 has commenced, and C a ry & Co. a re on hand w ith a large lot o f Goiods and a re receiv­ ing from New-Yorlc weekly supplies which, they are now selling at very low prices. Call aiid see. Jan. 1. 1845. S. C A R Y & CO. 1 “By atlchding tod faihilia?/ act, whichothei-jfpassed unheeded, Dr. Jewner theniosl deslrviUvf d ise^s tlmfevT^jjficted them. A B O U T eig h ty e a r s since D r .S e g u r .firstdjs- X X cdYered a n d tested the p r o p e r ties o f t h is med:- icihe, in a t r i a l on him s e lftin a case ofBVspdpsia1 H is a ttention w as.im m ediately a ttfdci’eJrW parti'-- A F E W B a rrels of P A C K I N G , to those who w ish to feel secure their P o r k a n d Beef. Jan. 1,1845. S A L T for sale in packing S. C A R Y & CO. W A T E R L IM E . A GOOD Article for sale at the .‘‘Exchange Storehouse” J-DBY c . M’KINNEY. - T O P A I N T E R S . . L INSEED Oil. w a h b a n t? d »c*e, by the BAmaw, or G a llow , for Sale by L . M. REXFO R D . Binghamton, F ebruary 21,184.4. TREM E N DO U S R U S H A T T H E EM P O R I. UM OF F A S H T d N . ................. W H . NOL A N p h a s jusfcereturned from New •.York, with the Spring FasltfdfifeJ DtSnh fo r g e t to c a l l a n d s e e th e m . , . » Binghamton April 2,1845,, * ^ 2 T h e p u to ic are i n v i t e d t o m a k e a t r i a l ‘Ofthis M e a ic ine U ts berieved th a t th e r e is no M edicirie offered a t this tim e c q u a l to this, f o r t h e c n r e o tN e r - vous D e rangem e n ts in a ll its form .s^H y s teric Af-' fechops a n d W e aknesses a n d Supprdssiofis p e c u li­ ar tofem a le s—B iliausC o m p laints; CoSliyeahdVe- iaxed habits,bow e l c o m p taints i n childrenak.w e lL *s adults—dizzin-iss and geueraiaffection* o f th e H e a d , E a rs a n d Eyes—coldness andnnm b n e x s ofthe limbs, and w a n t of c irculation in recovering from fevers bodily injuries, &«-- p a r a l y t i c indications and affections—Scroffula, l«cai s w e llings, in flam- m ations.and Eruptions, Sore Eyes a n d other effects of lm j-nre H u m o rs. . It is rem a rkably happy a n d thoro u g h in rem o v ing the lingering effects o f severe colds,tightness, tick- hn g c a tarrhs, a n d o ther B r.m c h ial a n d t u n g Affec- ^ often IcHuing 1 to perm ancnt^i€ease> • T h e p r ice Ofthe above M e d icine. w h ich is in the form of P ills, i s 25cts. & 50 cts .-per Box. F o r s a le bT _ . v ^ . L . M . R E X F O R D , A g e n t. Bingham ton, t ' t 3 Iff S C A R Y & CO . h a r e j u s t receiyeda.fresh suiw . ply ofall -kinds o f D tp Oopdrj Gro cegtg: try H a r d e r * ifldprofigrfon#* ^ iifeh th e y *ice determ ined to selln* e h e a o as' th^oHempest. C a ll ’ B ingham ton M a rch i 5tli’ 1845. .1! ■HUi: 3 f i t V A L U A B L E M E D IC IN E S , F o r B a l e a t t h i s O ijfip£, f R E T f i’S P I L L S , and th e qnb ___ where the purchaser, can relY • g e n u i n e . :;; /• . *; ; ; . v ^randreth’s Liniment.. - *V Bj?hop’« Piiis, > . . Goodman’s Pills, : • J*. Miles Tomato Pills, it. ■ Jew D a v id’s,o r H e b rew P ja s teri ♦ ,.ir L p n g le y ’s G r e a t ' W e ^ terh Indiaii P a n a c 4 *ji ;<7 ’R o o tRingbone Cure,\ * - j - ^ tA ; ^ R q p f ’s Foundet O intm e n t, -• , . ’ ^ ' i ■ ; Kjttragp’s E ar Ointment. . i t . ,.-Yy/ \ f .ll-i O T IC E is hcrcby giventhat (hi Notts,. and: A ccounts o f Briij atn iti Jones have beehi‘«%J - signed' to the subscriber. They Wil#be feund forihei present w ith Joseph W h i t e 'a t the (Office iff, tld them .ixnmpdiately Sept., 25.1814, ISA A C i V.'YVjB-LTJE. 2 7 1.;. ■ ‘ . R E M O V . A L : - - . S C A R Y & CO!, h a v e rem oved their store fropd- • die c o rner of Court A F ranklin st. to thp ioWf er c o rner opposite* the B ingham ton\ Hotel, whpre. they w illbe .glad to serve their old customers a)n<i; the public g e n e rally. T h e ir-u s u a l yariety wili b<^, found by c a l l i n g in, th e i r sto r e o.ppdsife the B in g - ; hamton-Hotel. April*23'184.5: . S. C A R Y & Co. dnd >ee. ^ Si C A R Y C O , and all Chronic Diseases} also a S u b s titu te fo r C a lom el d s a Cathartic xn Fevers and, all Billious Affections. T HBSEi F I L L S lire not nmongthosc ofdoubirul efficacy. They have endured the test in millions ofcases-in the last six years, and now stand established high inthe repu­ tation ofthe public-, in all parts -of the United States, the Canadas, and Texas; being extensively prescribed by the Medical Faculty wherever they have been introduced.— Tbe numerous certificates which have been presented to the Proprietor, from professional men and others, c-vin'ce in an ex tr a o rd in a ry m a n n e r, t h e i r extensive a p p lica b ility to diseases g e n e r a lly . P rofessional m e n , a n d those o f s e d e n ­ tary habits, loudly applaud their hygeine p roperties, in ob­ viating those evils in c i d e n t to th e j r occupation a n d w a n t o f exercise. They have no rival, in curing Billious Diseases, D y ­ spepsia, Diver Complaints, Sick-headachc, Jaundice, Colds, Influenza, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Heartburn, Acid Stomach, Palpitation, Doss o f Appetite, Costive- ness, Choiic,.fyc; and being-mild in theiroperation, with­ out producing debility, they a re perfectly safe for those of debilitated and feeble constitutions. A sa generalFAM - I D Y M E D I C I N E , they are Unequalled, being applica­ ble and safe for'the young and the aged. None genuine without the signature of the Propri­ etor, G . R. P h e lp s , M. D-, Hartford, Conn. Forsale by Agents (Merchants and Druggists) in all the country towns. .Also,..by. L. M.- Rexford and Robert C. Trivett, Binghamton; -H. Hemingway, W h itney’s Point; ■Rogers & Hagaman, Chenango Forks. 40m6 SIC K N E S S I N C H I L D R E N A ND-the suffering which they undergo from “wobms” often tend toa (atal termination, while the cnuse is ne- Ver suspected, t Offensive breath, picking at the nose g rin­ ding the teeth during sleep, starting in sleep with fright and screaming, troublesome cough, and feverish, are a- mong same ofthe Prominent Symptoms of the presenceof worms. -A tmlely-use of S H E R M A N ’S T f O R M ^ Q Z X N ^ E S Wijl inimediately reyipve. all these unpleasant-syinptoms, and reitbre to perfect health. J^ister Ignatius, Superior ofthe Catholic Half-Orphan Asylum has added liertesti- mcny intheir.favor, to the thousands which have gone he- tore. Slie states tliat therc are over 100 children ?n the Asylum, and that they have* been in the habit o f using - Sherman’s Lozenges, an.* she- has-' always^found them to he attended'jvith tli6 most1 beneficial offeets. They-have been proved to be infallible in over 400,000 case’s. ' • • C O N S U M P T I O N ,- . . . . . Infiuejnjznj Cough?,3 (yolds, Whooping Cough, Tightness of the. L q n g s o r Chest may be cured. Rev. Darius. Anthony-; was very low from Consum ption, Jonathan Howard] the c e l-; eb'rated temperaned lecturer, was reduced to tbe verge of, the grave byraising blood. Rev. M r. Dunbar, of New' York, the Rev. Mr. De Forest, Evangelist Jii lhe Western pari o f this state, Rev. Sebastian Streeter, of Boston, the wife ofOrasmus Dibble, E?q. in Moiavia, and'Uundredit of' others, have been relieved a n d e n red by a.proper use of .. ^H E R M A N ’S C ^ U G g L Q ^ ^ N jS E S * ,. # And’no medicine has ever .been .-offered to thepublic w iiicbhas been more effectual in the relief of those; di*--’ cases, or which cau b e ' recommended* with mbre confi­ dence.* They ailay all ifclii.n'g or irritation,, render the cough' easy, promote expectoration, remove the cause and produce the mdst happy aud lasting effects. HEADACHE. Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness o f Spirits, Sca-sickness, Despondency, Faintness,' Cholic, Spasms, Cramps of the Stomach, Sum m er or Bowel Complaints, also al 1 the dis- trcseingsytnptoms KrisingTrom free* living, or a nig-Ju of dissipation arequickly and entirely, relievjed |>v using SH E R M A N ’S C A M P H O R LO Z E N G E S . They a p tspeedily and relieve in a very-short space of time, giving tone and vigor to tlie system,' and enable a person using Ihfem to undergo grea t menlai o r bodily fatigue, . \ ; R H E U M A T IS M , _ W e a k Back, poin and weaVneeS in the Breast, Back, Limbs and other parts ot the body'»re speedily^and effec­ tually relieved by SHERM AN’^* POOR MAN S P L A « - TKR, which costs onlv 1 2 112 £ents,:and if Srithinln* reach ofall. So great has become the reputation oflhtMrttcIe, that one miHioti will not begin tp fupply the annual de­ mand. itis acknowledged to-be the-bqat' strengtheniag pl“ \ \ ‘r E W A f e e o r i M r ( i s m o s i . . D r. SborrtanV P d b rM a n ’s Plaitrtr hasSis name w,«hdi- rections p rintsdtoaths b ^ k ofthe Pk»ter, and*^ gfFfac. lim it* A f t ofthe Doctor’s written name undertba dtrae- tio 5 ir* ^ 6 S a otBgri are f l n w a e .o r rdied-w i. ^D f. gEV n w a ’i '#u:«lioo< ri«N o .H l4 Naseeu «t. P o r ta ls bjrLr M. R e x ftrd,l3iafht*toB . N E W A R R A N G E M E N T - .- F A N C Y / l i M f ~ iw n flju n TVVcivn. v J O H N R. H A R V E Y , iias taken shbp ‘f o r i n e Q al occupied by.Cha?. E , Johnson,'on Coiiri s treet in M cK inney’s Exchange‘BuiZding,-on the East s ide of the Cana], w h ere he is prepared tp C o lpr «nd W e aveFlow e red Coverlets-;- -Flowe'red, Itrfjied ajwl Rug C A R P E T IN G , a n d also P lain Weavfojg/laii. as short notice a n d as clmap a s a n y other persofi/ \ He.will keep .experienced w o r^m e i, and hope% give satisfaction to'those that will give fiiniriaF?®''' CaM oncea?id see. Sto»k, found and.ffiajSUt! o.iderJI i fTequested. ; t t v r f w Binghamton, J u f iq 27-, l84-4i .. i. - 7 . G D E A T E X C i i E i V I E N T At Noland’s Emporium of Fasliionj G R E A T Exeiiement prevails in cbnsequenee'Ql the strife among the gentleinen to p’]qvi*dc( themselves With clothing, made up in the hew styfe,^ ofthe new and beautiful assortm nt o f gonds just; opened at this Celebrated Establishm ent. * .V> j ^ The p roprietor h a s p laced him s e lf i,a munication with H . & G- C a m faing,the delelbrafed^ Reporters of ;lie P a r is ian ’fashiO|is ifi P a r is ); from - whom he receives the Report of the fashions (Semi ‘ monthly—w'hich, together with, his Extraojdinfliry Skill and Taste in lhe a r t of Tailoring, Enplbiest him to m a k e u p g a rm e n ts 'in better style, and better fitted than a t any o ther Establishm ent in the coiifijy Broome, and last though not lease much Cheapdfe, ? 5 ^* Clothing R e a ly M ade a t astonishing lu'#!’ prices. W . 11. N O L A N D / May 7th 1845. _____________________ • t . P A I N T S A N D O I L S . \ fresh supply o f P u r e Extra-N o . 1 W h'ite Lead] .TL Raw and Boiled Linseed'O il, Pressed W h a i? O il, V enetian Red, French Yellow, Spnuce.Y 6 l-f. low, Em erald Green, Chrom e G reen, Yerdegfise.v Spanish Brown, W h iting, P a ris W h ite, Putty; Ac; S lc . For sale at New Y o rk p rices,-call a t ' : * ’ T R I V E T T ’S _________________ Opposite the “ P h e n ix Hotel.’r New Store—New Goods. * V C H E A P E R T H A N T H E C H E A P E S T . T H E Subscriber h a v ing taken theL e R o y Store,- one-door east of the. Canal, is, now opening**;, large and g e n e ral assortment o f goods. c o iisiiiing'eP D ry Goods, Groceries, • ' i Boots and Shoes, 1 Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, Nails, &c., & c .f all of which will be sold lower than they can be bought at any other store in the State.- Those b a r - ; ing any doubt ofthe truth ofthis assertion are quested to call and be convinced. ’ f . w . t o m p k i n s ; 1 May I t 1845. ^ . n Watch Repairing, Jewelry, A&cv-'i- T.HE SU B S C R IBER H A S JU S T . v R E C E tV E D a lot of B lack & V /hite Bugles G jl't and steelBeeds, Silver Pencils, SiZyer thimbles Guard.', Pens. V iolin'Strings, Spectacles' &c.iSkc. He als/>M A N U F A C T U R E S -and Aeepson hand Silver Table, Desert, Tea, Cream, M ustardj andl Sa/i Spoons, S u g a r Tongs &c. all o f which a re w ar-/ ranted of sterling Silver, C L O C K S <f- W A T C H E S oi every description Repaired and warrented at the shortest notice by ’ A L F R E D J. E V A N S . ■ ’ Binghamton Sep.161844. > -t Polish Your Boots!! .1 - : N O man can be well dressed unless his boots-are- w elfblacked, and if. you want, yo’ur boots to shine according to the lateststyle, buy H IN D S SU ­ PER IO R O IL P A S T E B L A C K IN G , , an entire]^ new preparation, W a rranted to not injure tHe leat’h i . er, and to p roduce a more beautiful lusffC th'fi&ijjiy blacking ever used. **.1 /tU 'F Y . For S a le W holesale and retail by, ' , I ' _________ L. M. REXFOIip.,^^ S o jcaijeW ffe M I L L I N E R Y . N e w S p r i n g F a s h i o n s a n d M w M RS. D A V JS hasjust returned from New Y<V’I | ' with the new Spring Fashions, and a a w j ^ gant assortment o f “■ Millinery aM Fancy Goo'd^ ' ‘/; io whicii she begs leaye to call Ihe attention ofthe« ladies o f Binghamton. Grateful for the very liberr; al patronage she has recejv4ed during the part ^ a i son, she a ssures them that no p a ins w ill be sparetj- on her part to accom modate therfeand gratify^tbeir- tastes for the. future. H e r sp r in g styles are vir# becoming, her m aterials rich, and the prices c a n ' nojt fail to he satisfactory. i > > ‘ Ail j£3r* Deghqjns and Straw s, cleansed a n d dressl as.usual 7 and;ail kifids\of; M illine.ry done-iflrilie. m ost fashionable style. , / ‘,,V ' ‘ j - ' :. I D ress .M aking, cixtting and' fitting—’to a l i m - ited extent. • » - - —— Bingh.amtpn - r. T O D E N T I S T S . JN C O R R U P .T iBLE T E E T H .-T h e subsc;R .. ’ A is ageh't l o t the sale of D r. James Alcock s : ebrated liicorrbptibfe'T e e thjW a rr a n ted^ujferip^j Stockton’s or any others in use. A lull supply gf, all the varietie,? constantly on hand, for sale at, th« m lifacturers.prices a r a u u a r y .1844. L. M . R E X F O R IL 41 Corfleft ____________________________________ G e i l t i i D e M e d i c i n e s . 1 ^ ‘im F A H N E S T O C K S Vermifuge a s u r e . r e j n e i f ' for worms with woich so m p y children ar«-j afflicted. W istars Balsam W iM Cherry. W ijd*. C a ster . O il Candy, Sands & B r is to ls^ssap w iJJa. T h e genuine a rticles,at B-- C . T R I V E T T S . • : \ . c M h f o r l U m b h r . V H E Subscriber h a s opened the store, of C o u r t& F r a n k lin St-, (form e rly ofc _ by R . A . Ford & Co») with an. entire new S focrioL D R Y GOODS, G R OCERIES, B O O T B 1 * l d ' SH O E S , C R O G K E R Y which w i J L f c L s g J cheap for. Cash or produce. Also gqpd “JN E LU M B E R bought, for which, p art, C A S B wiU -pff • paid—S H IN G L E S t a i c n in exchange f o r Goodsi? - n38 - g. A . N E W T O N . T H E P S A L M I S T , a n^w^bliacrio\ -for the uj^ o f ,Baptist - Churcb<Si bJ 3tow apA S .jF .,S ^ * h . 4 o r sale W A J t D W A R E ■X j I: -feh,eap*^ '. M a y L 1845,' • nnd up< ■ m m . .ovfc-sri t

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