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C o pron S u s a n Cunt is W m C o a tes, ‘ C a leb CarrnaTt Jem im a Cruyec t A C a m p b e ll Wm* C a rpenter W a s h ington C a ry Jam e s D u n n Jo h n S D ilf L a Avrpnce D e rshum e r A o sel Davis R o b e rt D a n iels Jam e s Dickson* t JesSe Da way E l iz a C Duvall • W il Icox Dean B e n jam in Denison. Stephen Gr Dickson - L o u is a E f h v a rds, .Alonzo. E v a r ts Perry Eaton ■ E l t s j i a E l y ~ - Jam e s F o s ter - Sam a n tha F in c h M a r y R - F u l l e r * * Wm G r a n g e R o b e rt G a r r ig le L u c r e tia .Garn p G r a v jo s i a h Goodspeed. • Sam u e l G r a y R - G o s m a n W e s je’y G o o d w in PatfichiGilfovie- M a tthew H o g a n W o lco tt P H a rw o o d G e o r g e W H o tchkiss A n th o n y M H o lm e s H a r r i e t E H a r d in g * ® B H itchcock M a rvin H H jck o k M ilton H a ll E p h r a im H o y t Jo h n H u g h s - B e n jam in H itchcock Jo h n B .H a z a r d G M H ills . Isaac S H a r d in g J p h * I^.vySQtej-' ! ■.Mrs* MeigS-.> - < ? # M o s i e L . ‘ . Johij J - - H A M o rg a n ’ / Jam e s. M p rety- / , Jam e s M a y - •. • Catharine Mosher G . P M e rr ill- • ^ CornefH is M a lpny : E r M i i l e r o r . *• - J ‘ Benjamin WijHs* :.y C a te E M o s h e r : H e n r y 'K M tfffay j F M o rse - - W m - H N o lan d . C h a r le s - HNarwood • P o l ly -Nelspu,-, ' G iles-O rcult- - . . J. B -Ogden. _ _ .* r *' A m o s Patte.rsQh‘2 r J ‘ D a v id I P a r k s •' * O rlando .P a rsons ; D a v id P e ltn e r Sm ith Parr-k' , Dryden APopfe . . . S a m u e l Patterson ' -B e n jam in -Phillips .John P o p e -• “ D a n ieL p a g e G e o r g e fforjcl^... S a r a h H R e s s e g u ie 2 B y r o n j Ransford'- Sa mu e l R e x ford ' A G Ransom- .v, . C.harles-Fose * John R u s h - • • - P h ilander R e x ford C a tharine P R u d e ■’ \ Goirld Stratton Joseph S h a t v . Jam e s Squires T u n ' Jam e s Squires ( Louisa Sim p son 2 Joel Sa’w v e r or ' - Relefe 'K jm b all !£M arshr.an7> •John W Sm ith . * Jo h n Sherm a n • H e c ter Seely Public School T e a c h e r s A n d rew Shavy. . Susan Sm ith - .* ' Susan Stratton *, ‘ E r a s tu s Sheldon H e n r y B Sm ith • M a u rice Shean Isaac Stow 2 jofin Snook * . . ‘ L o rin S a ls h n ry ; Janef'e IVI Squire Jn.mesdVI S a w y e r E lizab e th Sm ith - Sm ith G e o r g e S tansbur.y ' , F id e lia T iu ls John. T h o m a s - M rs C - L T o p p e r • T r e a d w c ir Sam u e l T h o r p W in H T u c k e r. •A !pheu 3 T e n n y M rs Setheran T h o m p ­ son . * H o m fir T w itchell T h o m a s E Travist W illiam T r a c y G e o r g e U p r ig h t Ju lia A U o n g h t Jerem iah Van G o rden B e n jam in Y a u g h n J D W in n e r -S a m u e l W e e d I V W h ite M a ry or M a rth a W ig h t Jo h n W e e k s Ju lia W o I spv B enson G W a tk in s l a ii \mi aU: -y r T AM P. D IL -^A first' T a fe-attfcle.^w ffreB ^ d te . -T O ; T H E ' J i A , p l E ^ f - j.”i j / J \ T Y E R[t.' N Q L A K ii -vVy; • lyteioFotm a h e -I^dies^ofB lngbam m rtiiid : tlvac^n.b^'ltotlght .at anytoii b*r-st d i Mxhis;' c oiuit^ I ’-4 .jfcr' ^ Jhajmjr to dispose of cash prices. ‘ P lease call and examine.therin • B inghamton Jtm e -24,1845, - *; • : . m . [ • F R E S H T E A S o f a- superior, qualityj- and' a t ' i ; • lo w p r i c e . . Also Sugars,.M olasses, Rice/Cof^ lee, € a C o a ,'Pepper sauce, p u r e gjnger, Nutmegs, .Cinnam o b j .CijropjJF.igs, ^.-.'^.c-...fpr..S 3 (e.-a't jeduc- ed.prices, a t • ; ; T I U V E T T ’S •, - . ‘ • Cheap iJrwgandQr.ocery.Estab]ishittettt.r; ~ C L A l ' P & , Wholesale Dealers in Domestic. AND-IMPORTERS OF \ , . F O R E I G N S T A P L E D R Y G O p D ? ; - Abs.-85 -Cedar Streetr:an'd 128 'Broadway.' - .. - N E W - Y O R k . * C. Si K ; having .now p e rm a n entl;/ located \them- selyes as above, ;beg to calJ.the.atiehtion. o f buyers .in/this vicinity, (.particularly- tlfese . subject to 'a strong'hom e compelidoh)' to lh e i r sto.ck.oi k • • F O R E I G N A N D . D O M E S T I C S T A P L E . D R Y - G O O D S . Their-sale<twill'be conducted upon a. .cash basis, their prices always uniform and th?ir representa­ tions candid. . ' Dojng a large trade with the retailers oFNew'- Y o rk, and it? immediate neighborhood, their-stock is neeCssafily large and complete a t all seasons <)f the.year..' : _ F o r-this reason they respectfully a sk y o u r orders, pledging them selves to execute them in such a man- 'n e r a s w i 11 inspire confidence and iiiduce a repetition. l3-4m- Respectfully,. C L A P P & K E N T . Jy.- 6 | t t B a 6 A w E S T b F :T i ^ F . j , F r r s t j a t e a r t i c l e u f OcwTFiyhi - % ^ d o • > do- -ATair a rticle o f Coffee,. .-„ 8 d .y *dcj.-' ;• ' -Qpddl- ^ 'd t f '\ '/ . * ' 9 d / ^ . / -49 '.. Good a rticle o f S alieratus, ... '\Gd. „• do. ^ :< % ^ iirtrc'feb f'B f o w irR d ^ r , -’5 d r -.ajfr-- y t y , First.rate lSialasseS, 3s‘ 3 s. ’3d.,-and- 3s.Cd.‘per &all. •-.Pepper.iiDd ? p ice/Teas,C .ocoa, Chocojaip, Ac^in proportion, ' . - - . - ' ; -. - .- • * - ' - A n d ior th» - benefit of whom it niay -Cftnc.T-by -WifieS’fttt^ 'L i 9 h d f s d f :‘arm^ ^\kind‘sj which catinrot • faillo. s u it those ‘ w h o a re judges o f the-articl'd. W e give - a general- invitation to ihe' p'iihl*c,-to call-and.see fpr themselves. . • • • . Bj.nghamtoip-JttHe^ 17th 1845^ 1 • /\L B S .- i- J ust received 6000‘lbs P u re, Ex- tra, and-Noi W h ite Lead fresliground and v ery s u p e rior. F o r sale at the m anufacturers .prices, at,. T R I Y E T T ’;S “ C heap P r u g Store.” I > A W A ^ D BO ILED LINSEED O IL.—A large J.V quantity of r.aw and -boiled Linseed Oil just received and for saie c h eaper than ever before’sold in this county. W a rrentedpure. T -R IY E T T ’S • June-17; 1845. ' : C h eap D rug Store, . . .' • 'N O T I C E . ~ •TT.7THEREAS my wile-Catherine, having, with- V v out just cause'or provocation, -left my b ed and board, all'perSons are.hereby forbid harboring or trusting her -on my account as I shall p a y -n o debts o f h e r contracting alter th is date. * - ‘ . C H A R L E S H U N T .- Coiesville M ay 31-, 1845. __________ ~. 13 • Important-News from Europe. . A r r i v a l - o f . t h e g r e a t w e s t e r n . — T h e subscribers are now receiving ahd open­ ing a large and well s e leded assortm ent o f * ' C R O C K E R Y , imported direct from Liverpool expressly for this m arket which they can,*and are bound to sell cheap­ er then can be bought, in any other establishment in W e stern New-York. 'Y o im g M a rried people who are about to commence house keeping will do well to c a ll and exam ine-our st -ck before p u rchas­ ing elsewhere. - O: H: B U C K L E Y A'Go. B ingham ton'June 10,1845. • ■' • N E W A R R A N G E M E N T S . F T A Y ING~•purchased' the in'terbsV of. Edward j. 1 J L -Boyd,, in the business form erly conducted-by Boyd. & Abbbtt, at the .old stand on -Court, street, 5- dQdrs West of the > P h e n ix Hot<jl, the .-subscriber. would'ipform -tbeir customers and the. p u b lic--ia general, that heJias^recently-made-a . : * - L A R i ^ r A P p I T I O - N : to the foriher slock, which inakes the assortment the B E S T IN T H E C O U N T Y —W h ich is Com­ posed o f , • SOLE, -UPPER, H A R N E S S A N D B R ID L E . L E A T H E R ; C A L F , K I P ; P A T N A , ' . , M O R O C C O A N D LIN IN G - • £ S K IN S .—Also a Large- Assortm ent .of FIN D IN G 'S,' composed of every a rticle in- Chat-line.' A; full assortm e n t'of Louck;s bgsl L A S T S , B O O T TR E E S & Crimps'; Lam p , Neats foot a n d T a n n e rs’ O IL, by tlje Bbl o r less quantity. A la r g e ‘and'w e ll seTected assort­ m ent ot ’ ' • . ■ ' * ■ . ■ F A M I L Y G R H C E R I E S ; .. * . C O D F ISH . SH A D , M A C K E R E L , H E R R IN Q , . - ..P O R K , FL O U R ancl-SALT. . T h e .above comprises a variety not u sually found at any one store in the county—and will be sold. Cheap for.'Cash o r .exchanged * for most k inds-of Produce. . « . • • - - JO S E P H B. A B B O T T . P . S.—H ides a n d Skins wanted, for w h ich Cash and Goods w ill be paid. Ju n e ll , - 1845. ... ' .. . U C .: hw *' Viv *- ' ■*' Y ofk *•*' * j ' 1 *y#r , - >* */. ^Ujhorlir^a.^enti.for'ihl^apte^^^^^ ? OS v n ^ i l | t r l r i » e E T , fOne'-dborfabhit'e Pine' r T '- V p n p n y . ^ n . i e i w i n g to-.-pecmne jnegeeh^«ftt o fthe.te n a ,; -TKe^edwfldehce^hicli'the*! jh e . TiY5)fe^M d.l''TeaefieE$‘r. Wililirdtfce>lh£tn «nf J feithTer * Ripady Made Clothing. O F A L L kinds 'and of o.ur .own m anufacturesellr. -ing at New -Y o rk prices. , * June 10 ,*’45. . - . C. H . B U L K L E Y & .Co. .• NOT Q UITE RUINED BY T H E F I R E . M a rg a r e t B W errtz T h o m a s W o b e y Stephen L W o ls e y W illiam W eston P e ter W e n tz T r u m a n W a lk e r W a tk in s & S ’oker M a rtin L u th e r I n g h a m E m ily A W e'ed P e t e r S J o n e a M rs A u g u s tus J a r v is Alvin Jay'eox Erneline C Jarvis Conne.ll-King W m K ing Jo h n A L lo y d H e n r y W e e d James. W a ters Jam e s W W h ile C h a r les W hitney J P W r ig h t Justus W e n tz Jo h n W illson E b W h itn e y . P e rsons'calling lor any of the above letters will please say advertised. T R O B IN S O N , P. M . R E D E M P T IO N O F N O T E S O F IN S O L V E N T S A F E T Y F U N D B A N K S . C o m p tro u .er’s O ffice, ) A lbany, June 6,1845. J T H E Comptroller, in obedience to the third Sec­ tion ol the A c t C h a p ter 114 .ofthe Law s of 1845, hereby gives notice, that he w ill redeem a f p a r the outstanding c irculating bills.of the Com m ercial B a n k of New-York, the Bank of Buffalo, the Com­ m ercial Bank o f Buffalo, the Com m ercial B a n k of Oswego, the Clinton County Bank, the W a tervliet Bank-, aud the Bank ol L yons. •. T h e Com p troller is not authorised io pay interest jn any c a se: Those persons, therefore, who have packages o f notes which have b een protested o r the paym ent demanded o f the R e c e iver o f the Bank, in o raerto obtain interest, will find it n ecessary to col­ lect the demand through the Receiver. Those p er­ sons who hold b ills o f any of the Banks before nam- ■ed, and who have not taken the necessary steps to iestablbli a c laim for interest, and a r t w illing to s u r­ render the notes on receiving dollar for dollar, c a n be p a id a t this rate, on presenting the bills to the Comptroller. A ll other claim s which nave been presented and 'established against any ofthe insolvent Banks will be:paid b y the receiver, who cannot get a n order from the Chancellor on the safety lund, u n til he has ACoIlected the sum s d u e the ban k and applied the a- v a ilsto the payment o f its debts. T h e b alance then rem a ining 15 § c h a rge on the safety fund, and these Balances c a n he paid as soon as the Receiver dis- uoses o f the assets o f the Bank and gets a final order from the Chancellor, either in cash or six percent, 'stock a t p a r, w h ich the Com ptroller is authorised td;i$sue u n d er the “ A c t to provide for p aying the debt^ofinsolvent Safety F u n d B a n k s ” passed A- •pril 28,1845. In the care, o f the B a n k of Buffalo, thefina. o rder lids been made by the V ice-Chancellor of the 8 th circu it, and the m eans f o rp a y in g the balance ofall the^lafm s a'gainst the B a n k have been paid to the Receiver. , , T h e assets o fthe B a n k o f Oswego a re believed th* be sufficient to p a y a ll the debts o’ that Bank, and none of the c irculating notes o f the B a n k of Oswe­ go have been redeemed by the Com ptroller. \ T h e names and residences o f the R e c e ivers ofthe several B a n k s a re as follows: ' ‘‘Com m ercial Bank o f New-York, J. M .B latch- ford,N e w -Y o rk. ’ C d m n e rcial B a n k oi Buffalo, S. G. A u stin, Buf­ falo. \ ' Com m ercial B a n k o f Oswego. T . Beekm an,K in derhook. ‘ W a forvilet B a n k , George R . Davis, Troy. • i CH n tonC o u n ty B a n k , H e n ry K . A r e r ill, P latts­ burgh. - l a n k ol Lyons, T h e r o n R. S trong, Palm y ra. - ' W |i|c .o f 0 »w«Po,G b a r les Stebbins, C a z e n o y ia. ^ W i ^ f ComrAy Bank, S am u el M iller, Rochester. C ity B a n k o f B uffalo, G. W . N e w ell, Albany; T h e debts o / t h e Lafayette B a n k of New-York, includinBjcirculating notes, have been paidby tke JU e e iverfirom the a » e te ofthe Bank ' ■ \ * A* C. FLA G G , .Comptroller, I A M once more ready to offer to my friends and the ‘public generally, a large assortment o f H A T S , o f the SPR IN G 'a n d SU M M E R STY L E S , m ade'ol'the finest stock, finished and trimm ed.su- perior to*any H a ts ever before offered in this m a r­ ket, and w a rranted to do as good service as a n y made in the U n ited States. I have al.so a large assortment Of SU M M E R H A T S , including Leghorn, and a new article of C A N A D A S T R A W 'B R A I D E D H A T S . ,Also, Palm L e a f H a ts o f a ll qualities and p rices. • CAPS'.—Also, a n e w sityle o f men and boys’fine b’ack Cloth Caps. Youth’s S I L K V E L V E T and F rench Cloth Caps. A g enuine a rticle of M en’s Silk Caps. M en and boys’s fur a n d wool sporting caps, both black and white. W h ite and b lack W ool H ats. A first rate a rticle of T a rpaulin H a ts ,.w a rran­ ted not to b reak o r crack. Together with many other a rticles, usually kept in my line, and too num erous to mention, all o f which have been purchased T H I S SPR IN G , a n d ,.- at p rices as low as any' o ther live man can buy.-—**'' f^ - T H E Y W I L L BE SO L D A C C O R D IN G L Y . Purchasers are respectfully, invited to call and ex­ am ine my stock, and satisiy them selves of the facts here stated. A. B. ROGERS, N . B. Since I was burned o u t of i r y old stand, I have removed to ilie opposite side ofthe street, in W m . P ratt’s Boot and Shoe store, two doors west Rexford’s. Binghamton, J u n e 2 , 1S45. - C R O S B Y ’S - ; # N E W Y O R K C H E A P C A S H . S T O R E . T O T H E P.UBLTC. ’ . •- T HE subscriber would take t h i s ' ’opportunity to _ ‘inform the citizens' of Binghamton 'and those who m ay visit this village,' that h.e Is offering a large assortm ent of ■ • D R Y GOODS, G R O C E R IES, C R O C K E R Y , IRO N ,' N A IL S , S T E E L A N D H A R D W A R E . A ll of w h ich have been pu'rehasedin N e w York, for Cash,- this spring,, and ioj.ll be sold at axtwmdy low prices, in the Eagle Store/ co rner Of C o u rt and Franklin-streets, and-lately occupied by S. Cary A Co'. • ' ‘ • Ladies ahd Gentlemen, a re invited to call and ex­ am ine o u r stock before purchasing elsewhere.- .* C. H . O R O S B Y .; Binghamton M ay 21',. 1845.- . • B O O T A N t > S H O E S U T O R . E . . T H E Subscriber has j ust Opened,' one'Door west ‘ of C. Eldredge’s Store' Court .sU,' a heavy as-- sortm ent o f Boots and Shoes, w h ich'he Will sell at W h o lesale, o r.Retail,.for reardy pay cheaper fliah h iv e ever before been offefeclrin Bihghainion, * Also L e a ther and Shoe'findings a‘t R e tail.' J. D E H A R T . Bingham ton M ay 19.1845. - ' - . J . . / & C. ROGERS would inform their friends and tus'tomers that they h ave received their assort­ m ent of * ’ Spring and Summer Goods, / w.liich they offer as cheap -for C A S H as they can b e purchased in this village. W e h ave a large stock of D R Y GOODS selected with g reat care, also - CRO C K E R Y , BO O T S A N D SH O E S , H A T S A N D C A P S , N A IL S , &C.&C. : W e .invite the attention of those w ishing to p u r­ chase, to examine our stock of goods; and even if we do not pro fess to sell “ Cheaper than the cheapest wy w ill try and give satislaction to a ll who may favor us with their patronage. J. & C. R O G E R S . Binghamton M ay 7.1845. C O D F IS H , M a ckerel and Shad for sale low by ' _____________________ R O G E R S.' S U M M E R stuffs o f all kinds can be found cheap at the Store of - _________ J. & C. ROGERS. B A R E G E S , B a lz o rines,M u slins, Ginghams. &c. &e., some beautiful patterns, for sale by ROGERS. ^ T I M B E R L O T F O R S A L E ^ f r p H E Subscriber offers for sale a valuable tim- _L Jbei Lot, containing Tw o H u n d red acres of land, ly in g in the Nichols T r a c t in the the towmof Vestal, fourteen miles from Bingham ton, and four m iles south of the Susquehanna R iver. T h e land is level, and a travelled road runs thiough it into Pennsylvan ia. Pine, and Oak, together w ith oth­ er tim b er. F o r a m ore particular description, call on Stephen Card near the premises, and W m . H . W a d sw o rth, who w ill 'show the prem ises to any who m ay wish to purchase, or the subscriber in A lford M ass. T e rm s m ade easy. F R A N C IS EA S L A N D . Vestal J u n e 10, 1845. 12- w 4 S T O P ! D R I V E R , S T O P ! ! A T C A R Y & CO.’S C H E A P ST O R E ! for they do say the p rettiest, best, and Cheapest P R I N T S , can be had of them, in town. H a v e yon seen their stock o f C L O T H S 1 If-not, jdst call and look at them, as they would like to show YOU som e o f the best French.Broadclothh in the B u rgh, at prices varying from T E N S H IL ­ L IN G S per y a rd to T E N D O L L A L S . flr-T a k e off th a t ragged Coat, I s a j, boys! \ C A S H p a i d f o r W O O L . p A S H paid for W O O L a t Crosby’s Cheap Cash b Store! Eagle Buildings, C o rner of Court and Franklin s treets. _________ June 3di845. P I L O T H S , C A S S IM E R S & S A T T I N E T T S a v_v large assortm ent for sale C h e a p e r than ever offered m Broome county—at CROSBY S June 3d ’45. Cheap Cash Store. M O U R N IN G Balzorines a few patterns a t June 3d *45. CR O S B Y ’S. D RESS SIL K S , a few rich patters, for sale very low at ____________ C R O S B Y ’S Cash Store. N E W O R L E A N S SY R U P , a p rim e a rticle for sale lower than a t any other Establishm ent in town a t C. H . CR O S B Y ’S. P O R K , a few bbls, C ity inspected, mess P o rk at June 3a CROSBY’S Cheap Cash store. M i l l , * c u t , h a n d & w e b b s a w s for sale low a t CRO S B Y ’S. G R A S S & G R A i ii SC Y T H E S o f superior make w arranted, a t CROSBY’S, C O T T O N B a ttirg, Cotton Y a rn, Carpet Wiarp and W itk in g , i n any quantity, by J. &. C. ROGERS. A . H AT A N D CAP STORE.- R E M O V A L , B. RO G E R S has rem o v ed to the atorfi oppo­ site his former location, now occupied by W m . P r a tt (2 doors w e st o f Rexford^s cortier; Coun-St.) where he will he happytosee his friends and C u stom e r s, and w h e r e m a y b e fou n d a - hand­ some assortment of H A T 8 CAPS,andallM ticles in his line ojf ^utdlness, all of which will be sold as -usual,cheapand on themost favorable terms.r Ringhamton, March 96.1815. Spring Fashions for Hats, 1845. Store north side o f Court St., hoo doors west of S H P. Hall's A T O U R O L D S T A N D . T H E subscribers inform their friends and custor mers that they are now enabled to- exhibit a full assortment of H A T S O F T H E SPR IN G STY L E S , of very superior quality, a n d which in point of durability ana Elegance a re not equaled by any other establishment in this place, and in point of Economy, we pledge ourselves to sell a better a r ­ ticle at LESS PR IC E F O R C A S H or approved' credit, than can be bought elsewhere in this village. W e have on hand a large assortment of P alm L e a f H a ts at wholesale or retail as low a s can be purchased in New York. Also a large assortment of Double and Single b rim Leghorn, Panam a and W illow H a ts, M ens and boys C loth G lazed and V elvet C aps ofall the new Styles, also Youth and Children’s Fancy Caps in g rea t variety. R E A L S I L K G L A Z E D C A P S very low. W h ite and black W o o l H a ts, F u r and wool Spor-r ting H a ts of all colors, together with all other arti- ticles in our line of business, all of which have been purchased this spring W I T H C A S H and w ill be sold a t very reduced p rices for ready pay. M E R R IL L & R O O T . Binghamton April 15.1845. • • r C W b Ca^;im ^ n r)'S ‘ahihet§l- '\^^Irigs- ; A m e ^ q a ii P r in ts of dll styi‘4 ^ - •BruWh a n d Bleached M uslins, various styles and prices. _ • - ' . Irfeh ^ I f i^ ^ .'L 'in e n Ldw n s. Scptch-G in^a'm sj-’. v -Printed Muslin? arid L a w a s ^ n e w styles.. - ' B a zpnnes, A lpaca's; Lustres. / - ' Silk a n d C.otton-'Worlfr-.r- - - • Silk a n d Cotton Velvet's „ Fahyy'F^ench efnc? English Gamhroons. •' .Spring.T w e«is--sin g le and double; width,. 1 • .; _ m n g h am -anffM e rinoC assithbre'; Drab\ D-Ej.es for* summer wearT -1 ------ — — ....... A inerican.Patalobus Stuffs. V ' ■ Brown Hollands, Silesias arid P a p e r CamibrlcS' ' Cotton *Hosieiy—bleached 1 apd, b row n . * - ' 'Fan^y andSilk-H a n d k e rehiefe, ‘ R ibbons, dew ing - » n k and 'Tw fot. ■ . . C o rded'Skirts,-T a b le C o v e rs, L in e n Tliyead- Jaconets, C a m b rics, Gloves, A c . &c. . ; S i r M erchants buying, gdods for Cash will find iGOL their interest to buy of us. '* . ■ • I 50-.4rii B I R D S A L L & C O L Y E R , - - - W f i O L E g i L S ^ f r l O C E l S ' ; ' *. . 'A N D • • ' ' ■ -Produce* Commission Merchants' H ira M BrRDSALL, ^ • No. '214 W ashington mSr. Ja m e s D. C o l v e r , y ' . ' N E W -Y O R K . ' Personal attention giye'n to the .sale .of Butter; 'Cheese, Lard &c. &c, and the highest market price obtained, LIBERA L .A D V A N C E S M ADE. . REFEREN C E S : , ' ' . • . H o n .. D. S. Dickinson,- Binghamton, M e ssrs, Strang; T o w n e r & C o . E lniira. M essrs. Bowne, Tow b ridge & Co;, P oughkeepsie, C. M u rdock, Esq. Hudson, - M essrs. .Lee,- Brothers, & Co. N. Y. Messrs. C.rook,‘Fpew k s \&=Co- N. Y ;M e s s rs, Lew- >*s & Co..Oswego, B. Isaac & Co. Oswego. New -Y o rk, A u g u st 1 , 1844.. M O R E T R O U B L E ! ! The. “Old Cash Store”, yet Ahead. O T W I T H S T A N D I N G the great Excitement- AX' in the m ercantile trade in' this town R. A. .FO R D & C O . wi.sli.fodnfor'm their num erous cus­ tom e rs, and all who ljave C a sh to pay for goods that they a re “ S till on - hand ” w ith -the “ tallest ” kind o f a stock of-goods,.and. a s-.usual will continue to sell them irom 'IO to '15 p e r cent less than a n y es­ tablishm ent that e v e f'has or'evfer w ill be startedin: this county—and We. w ish jt'distinctly understood that we a re • not to be undersold qn any article. *We know our facilities for purchasing will war- 'rant these assertions, and we shall live-uj) to them, let the consequences be w h a t they m a j. --Among -our extensive assortm ent o f D ry Goods m ay be found R ich'Silks, com p rising' every-style and quality—Rich -Balzerines, Bareges, Printed Lawns and- m u slins, m u sjin G inghdm s.-D eLains and chajlies, with all the n e w styles of Dress Goods. Prints, more than. 500 different styles—good q uality lp r 6 ‘cents, and som e ,beautiful styles chintz from ’. 10 t 6 \2 j cenls—Shaw les,'D ress Hakfs. Cravats, Silk Pocket -and Linen .Cam b ric Hakfs. Laces, Muslins, Bonnets,Ribbons, Gloves,*Ho'str.y..&c:&c.. with o u r.usual large‘stoclc of;* Fancy and Millinery. Goods, * - T o w h fch the attention o f the Ladies is particu­ larly called. J ' ' T o the Gentlemen we would only say. just drop in and examine the best stoek o f CJoths,-Cassimers, Satirietts, Vestingsahd Sum mer Stuff's o f all kinds ever b rought into Broome Co. and we w ill satisfy you that the p rices a re r i g h t Domestics. Sheetings, Shirtings, Ticking, Checks, Cotton Y a m , Carpet warp, &c., in fact every thing in the Drv Good line, w ith a big lot of Boots and Shoes— Carpeting; Oil floor cloth, Paper H angings &e, a t the lowest kind of prices. Also Groceries, of all kinds p roportionally low, a big lot of those good T e a s at g reat reduction from term e r prices. Our stock is unxisually large and to one a n d all we would just say call and examine for yourselves and be satisfied that money can be saved b y buying goods of - R. A . FO R D & CO. '‘Binghamton M ay 7th 1845. NEW STORE! NEW STORE!! ' C. H . B U L K L E Y & CO., H A V E opened an entire new s toekof GOODS, (one door west of M e rrill & Root’s.store,) in Binghamton. B U L K L E Y & CO. are determined to stll Goods cheap. Persons p u rchasing Goods are res; ectfully invited to call at T H I S STO R E , .where they will find a general assortment bf D R Y GOODS, G R O C E R IES, CR O C K E R Y A N D G L A S S -W A R E , vvhich will be sold at such prices as will satisfy all. TAILORING. In connexion with the above, they have estab­ lished a T A IL O R IN G E S T A B L IS H M E N T — have procured workmen from the city, and will do C u tting or m aking up i n the latest a n l most ap: proved styles. . 53 = Look for C. H B U L K L E Y & CO’S. Store. Binghamton, M ay 6,1845. - n7 A B O O T S A N D S H O E S . VERY larg e assortm ent o f Boots for sale cheap by and Shoes F . W . T O M P K IN S : CASH GROCERY. ( O n e d o o r w e s t o f t h e P o s t O ffice.) S B. & T . T H O M P S O N successors toE . & O. • Field, have just received a new stock of F A M IL Y GROCERIES, W ines, Liquors &c. &c., which they pledge themselves to sell as cheap as ever, and positively as low as they can be brought in town. Binghamton M ay 27,1845. R E M O V A L . r f l H E Balance of my stock of Goods saved from JL the late fire is removed 'to No. 2. “ELY PL A C E ,” where I will be happy to see a ll m y old customsrs and -others who wish to buy goods at cheap x ates.. W I L L I A M JVi. E L Y . Bingham ton A p ril 1 st J 8 4 5 . ____________ COPARTNERSHIP. m H E subscriber having associated with him his I B rother Joseph E. Ely, the business w ill h e re­ after be conducted u n d e r the nam e and firm, o f W . M . & J- E. Eiy. W I L L I A M M. E L Y . Binghamton A p ril 1st 1845. S T O P ’ 1 S T O P ! ! ! at H a ll’s,H e a d G u a r tersfo r Fashionable and cheap D ry Goods—such un­ common cheap rates cannot be found in Bingham ­ ton. * N o m istake in this, call and see. Oct. 8 th; 1844. New Goods at Hall’s *jChe cheapest S tore in town and no mxstaJce L A D IE S s u m m e r D ress Goods, a large assort­ m ent of summ er Goods for men and boys Cheap Broadcloths a n d Satinetts ver] low—Sheet­ ing cheaper than ever—Shawls, Gloves, Calicoes, 500pieces loWe r than the low e s t Always look for H a ll’s store before purchasing. M a y T. 1845. B O O T S A N D SH O E S , a b ig lot cheap a t FO R D ’S. GLASS, GLASS. . U C T lO N PR IC E S . — T h e subscriber offersfor sale a large lot of 7 bjr 9 and 8 bjr 10 Glass, bought at a gteat bargain, and will be sold at a small advance, at TR IV E T T ‘S “ Cheap d r a g Store.” Opposite the Phenix Hdtei. M OLASSES A N D SUGAR.— T h e best and cheapest in town for sale by _________________________ F . W . T O M P K IN S . . C O D F IS H A N D M A C K E R E L , first qualitv for sale by F . W . T O M P K IN S . 1 TO B A C C O . P L U G and Paper Tobacco for sale a t about h a lf the ttsual p rices b y F . W . T O M P K IN S. B ALIZA R INES, Bereges, M u slins, Law n s, &c. a beautiful assortment tor sale by F . W . T O M P K IN S . L IN E N , M u slin, Cam b ric and Cotten Edgings, Linen Cam b ric H a n k fs. and Irish Linens foi sale v e ry cheap by F . W . T O M P K IN S . ““ c a n d l e s ! lY T E W -Y O R K Patent mould Candles forsale by _________ . F . W . T O M P K IN S . R I N T S .—T h e best assortment of Prints in town for sale c h eaper than the cheapest by F W . T O M P K IN S . M A R S H * 8 U P E R M L PA T E H T T R U S S *' -r •*: ,5 • .. - _ —i ~t.i num .|««1 utr 1 1 H . I*rti 11!1 pw. intcrfetff'pf thpss .ana anStructiqp. - r - 1 2 T E A G ldE R S ^ : w . V ;7 . - E- M , R O L L O , A.- B ; P rincipal .* . M T L T O N W A L D O , A ssisfanf. • •. .. , , . . . j. Pciricipri j of Female- Department. ' - V- -. I - - ;iAssistai3jt,.r; - ' * * ' \ - • *• ..-.T f f t r i iH N v ■ .FM R^tfdlhgjW n ting-English-G fatt.nier; ■•S?.^r4P-hy»' Arithnieti(>, add 'H istory oi U. S.;-per tdrni o t filteen weeksT “ ' - $4 00 •For P hysiology, Algebra. G«*«metry, S u r - -- - v e j ^ i W e t i t a l . •'»&>«£ Bhilo^ofthy/• “ ; an d 'R h e to n c :p e tT e r m ,- .. -*a5 -00- F o r B o tany, Chemistry,: N a tu r a l F-hilos'o- ’ •• - phyr Astxbnpmy. the- • L b a h i/G r e e k - an d . -------- - - • . F r e n c h L a n g u a g e s , p e r T e rni;- • 6*00 F-or.' D raw ing addr P a inting, per -Term' Extra- • >• / . . . ... 00 -For Music-Ou the Piano.Forte. a n d 0 % a n l ' ■ v • f irTerm-j Extra,- - .. ; 'V io 00 Uitiott-bills payable tn advance;, and-ld ail eas-*' es tb t e p.ald tb B, M arvin -,V S e c retary of th^ Board' - o f .Trustees, on Wh’om persons'having-business-wiih the Academy ard requested to'eall. . *. ' •• • ' f S ’.Goj.d Board cari be obtained n e a r'the Acade-- my Building for from-Sl -25 to $1 -775 per w e a k .' ; ' , ' M Y R O N M E R R ILL, P.res’t: ‘ t.. M a rvin, -Sec’y.. . - .\ ' / * ' . ' ' C L O C K S .. W A T C H E S & l E f H L R L _ T N T E N D IN G to m ake it liis p erm anent location,' A. the subscriber .announce^ to thq rest debts of. - B inghamton and parts a d jacefit/that he is,ready at all tjipes to.exercise liis skill ih-Correcting .the dlsr orderly habits of e v e ry variety of time pie.ces, from the -Yah-kee Clock to the Uhronometor, and witfi his practical m agic m ake them » “ P o i n t - w i t h - u n e r r i n g .finger t o t h e m a t c h * / -f . of tim e . ” W ith his.knowledge ofthe'recerit ittlproVemenfsin the a rt o f Clock and W a tch nlaking.and repairing, h‘e feefls confident .iri giving those wh'o may extend to him their p atronage, tbg assurance, that he cap give.entire satisfaction. .• • - : He keep's constantly and is receiving by liiornh- ;lv -expresses-direct from th e importer .and fnaoufact ■ turerthre latest'and most approved styles-ot. A m e ri­ can' and Parisian J E W E R Y , not excelled in beau.ly; of design, or brilliancy of finish ihr'westerh . NeW' York—toget her with an assortment- of. ' - selected w ith the design o f suiting the-taste^of h is patrons. H e a lso keeps S ilver Spoons and Specta­ cles; Brass, W o o d and G erm an,Clocks, ail of which will be sold cheap for cash d r exchanged for’ produce; • . / ' -■ • . - • ' *. . . • f ^ O L D GO L D and SILV E R taken in ex^ change.fbx goods o r cash.' • ; ' R IC H A R D SQ U IR E S . * H. E. PRATT. Commission Lumber Dealer, \ - ‘ (Corner W esl'and 13th Streets );. f'P H E s u b s c r ib e r , having established himself.as' JL above-'hopes by devoting h is tim e .’exclqsively to the liimbet business, a h d prompt returns o f sales,' to receive the patronage of the? publip.. , .Advances made on.consignments, * New- Y o rk A p ril 20.1845 . . ^ q . R N AT'tSRSfe.Y AT LAW A k E MASTER AND . , , ' ..OfficeLone.doot nrtftb of-ithe- Iris.'-Office.' • \ .-.'Franldih'st.,B ihg'ham tdii,'.N , Y / • * - - -xTTdRNEy Ajnr .copWsBiit.oR nAw, Atdtt sobtcirb* ( Y F F I C E on c o rner oi C o u rt and FrankH h S tfeef, K J .orih door west of R e t f o r d ’s , fiihgha'mtoh, ft, - • • n36:tf; iH ) C t . S . D 4 I I A . K V ; pAW be found a t his ofd residence, CoHier\ at*' • - r^-gr.._ qjjpQsj.te EyansI.Basitt.. •• • ' F rom p tattention given to. all- who fttay.dfcsfre h is services in -the p'ra c ticeo f M edicine and-Surgery I • ’ ' Biugham ton M a y 1 st 1845.' • . •' . P, B: BROOKS, .PHYSICIAN A N b sU R G E O N .- ■ ' “O J J L p Tespectfullj '1 give flotide -that h© Will - .. as heretofore.attetid to all..calls in .the line. o i his p rofession.'. ' . ' . ' ' . i s 5 Office \at his residetiee;oii the*west side o f the ClienangOj.on Front Street; b . m k h a m t o n h o t e l , 6-6 m s “Still. They Conie ! I” A N O T H E R lot of rich -and eheap ' goods to he -seen'.this week a t the.‘‘O L D C A S H ST O R E ? ’ A s one of the firm spends most o f h i s time in the city-,• .we shall continue-to receive fresh' supplies every week. Cash customers/will b e a r in m ind that this is the place to find every .thing nice at the low­ est-kind o f prices. R . A.‘ F O R D &^Co. • M ay 27th 1845. - _______________ * . H O ! F O R ’4 5 ! O C A R Y & CO., e v e r ready to do a good -deed,- O * have taken this oppoititnity to inform, their customers, friends and the public in general, that they have a full supply of D ry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, H a rdw a re &c., em b racing almost every article usually c a lledfor. Please call and examine our goods before p u rchasing elsewhere, as we a r e determined not to be undersold. January 1,1845. _______________ ' W IN T E R S P E R M O I L —A superior quality o f this a rticle now for sale by R O B T . C. T R I V E T T . N I O N S p rin g W a te r for s a le by : \ L . M . R E X F O R b . Aug. 25. P A L M L E A F H A T S —Bonnets & Parasols a good assortm e n tat S. A .N E W T O N Sc. Co. J u n e 6 th 1844. ' 3 . H O E S A N D B O O T S .—500 pairs Shoes and slippers, com p rising a good assortm ent, forsale aj * > H A L L ’.S A T C H E S ! M A T C H E S ! — - 5 0 gro. prime Friction M atches, just received and w ill be sold cheap. R O B T . C. T R I V E T T . K / L Chests T e a , 15 hhds. Molasses, i 5 hhds. Su- u J U gar, 25 bales Sheetings, 500 lbs. Carpet' Y a rn, 1000 lbs. Cotton Y arn, 15 bales Batting at wholesale or retail a t Oct. 15, 1844. _____________ S. H ; P . H A L L S . Look to your Insurance. S H . P. H A L L , a s Agent o f tbe H a rtford Insu- • ranee Company, w ill insure property a t the lowest rates against loss o r damage by fire. Nov. 25, 1844. ___________________ 36-tf. /\^RO C K E R Y . Looking Glasses, H a rdw ire U N a ils, Iron and W indow Sash selling uncom­ monly low a t . S, H . P . BEALL’S May 20th 1844. U N T S Axes. A supply of HUiits cele’bratea A x e s just received and for sale by . ______________ D. M e A R T H U R . B R IS T O L S Sarsaprrilla. T h is well known M edicine is keptfor s a le constantly bv ______________ D. M c A R T H U R . B O O T S & SH O E S .—A n y quantity of Boots & Shoes, selling very cheap at Ja n ^ l, 1845. - - S. C A R Y & GO’S. S P R IN G P R I N T S , new Patterns, Also Delains, Cassimers, Alpacas, Sheetings and Skirtings in abundance besides some desirable fancy Goods for the season—at low prices N E W T O N & Co. \ n o t i c e . S C A R Y & CO, have jtist returned from N e w • Y o rk and a re this day openifig a choice ahd w e ll selected Zolof g o ods for tn e F a l l trade; c o n s is ­ ting of D ry Goods, H a rdw a re, Crockery, Groce­ ries, Boots and Shoes, &c. all which will be sold as low fo r cash as can be afforded, or low as the lowest.—Sept. 3, 1844. M e ssrs. S. C A R Y & C O . w o u ld call the at­ tention of those indebted to them , that it is abso­ lutely necessary for them to attend to their accounts w ithout d elay, and those th a t calcu late to pay in g r a in to do so im m e d iately. B ¥ w I L L I A M 11. M I ' Z Z Y , - (N E A R T H E B R ID G E ,)' .. . b u s t ® m A S a I? ® e r 21 »* ■ap 9 ' ^ T A l-L O R I N G . A T ' R E D U G E b . PRICjSg] T 7’ H E subscriber -takes this method 'of ihorming! J - his friends ‘and the public generally that he stilt continues in the abo ve business, at h ispid stand hr.the- Eagle, buildings, ahd m akes garments at a ‘ cheaper p rice thah is .don . in any • oVter shop ih - town for-cash or produce. A ll work warranted td be well made ahd in tbe latest fashion, Cutting-done a t the s h o rtest n o tice a n d warranted . J . N; R IN G Jtine. 20, i 844, ’ . . . LIVE A N D LET LIVE,. ' S T O V E / S 4^\V E I(H IS E R & C O F F IN , return Itheir.thankt ’’ to the public generally for their', liberal, patron* they continue tcilfeep a ( their old ‘stand, a 'geh* eral assortmept o f coojiing stoves, ’ Coal.\ and Wood . parlor stoves, Box 6 and9piate stoves at wholesale andxetail ; also a gen'eral assorthieat o f Copper; Tin- and Sheet Iron ware which they w jll sell cheaper- - than ever.for dash p r produce. A'll kinds of repair*- ing done a t the shortest hotice. T h e ir stoye estab­ lishment is in Centre buildings near the Chenango .bridge... .. .- - • . — I - : ? - '. - J U S T RECEIVED, and for s a leby the s u b scrib­ er, an assortment o f Jewelry an'd Fancy Goods ' —consistifig of B reast ‘Pin?, F in g e r Rings, Silver * ; Pencijs, Thim b les, Spectacles, Snaps, Guards, See.' ^ c . : A L F R E D J,'E V A N S . B inghamton Dec. 2 3 , 1844.,- . RY GOODS C H E A P —A Large loi o f Sheet- _ iiigs, Alpaccas, Prints, Cloths,.Dress-Silks, . Sattinetts and Shawls. W ill be sold at reduced Prices a t ' * . SAM . H . P , H A L L . . M a rch 1.1845. - . .. C L O T H S , Cassiniers Sattinetts, YestingS, Mole ‘Skin D rilling &e, a good assortmen t a t - M a rch‘ 8 .' - * N E W T O N '& Co>. Store ~ , F o r S a l e . , -• ' ’ ' r * S EV E R A L House'Lots, Eligibly situated in this village, with- or WitlioUt B u ilding m aferials for sale on long c rddit. A , DOUBLEDAY. Binghamton NoV: I f , 1844.. ‘ ' 34 L EEC H E S !—Fine healthy Swedish and. S p anish Leeches constantly on h a n d for application a t ' • ‘ ________________ . R E X F O R D ’S. C RO C K E R Y . A full supply o f .Crockery and Glass-ware, just received and for sale cheap by M av 31, S , CA R Y & Co, T ' ' \ C L O V E R S E E D . * S C A R Y & CO. have J u s t received Fifty Bu* • shels o f the Large kind o f C lover Seed of S u ­ perior d u a li ty for Sale Cheap. Feb. 19th 1845. - - C H E A P A S T H E C H E A P E S T I t L. M. REXFORD. D R U G G I S T A N D G R O C E R . K EEPS Constantly on hand a large' a n d b etter se­ lected assortment of goods than can be found at a n y s im ilar Establishm ent in the Country every article qf Which wilj be sold as C H E A P A S T H E C H E A P E S T . T h e subscribe r assures the Public that he will not be U N D E R S O L D . Attention is requested to the large Catalogue of Patent M edi­ cines in another Colum n of this p aper. _ L „ L . M . R E X F O R D . ' Feb. 10 , 1845. ________ _ C H E A P L A M P O IL—O n lyone dollar p e r gal-* Ion for a first rate article. R O B T . C. T R I V E T T . H AND ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, ior sale by 4 L . M . R E X F O R D . C A M P H I N E A N D T U R P E N T I N E . A N O T H E R lot o f S u p e rior Cam p h ins j ust re- cieyed, a lso Turpentine by pint, gallon or B a rrel a t R O B T C. T R I V E T T ’S, “ C h e a p D rug Store.” EA S , T E A S . S. Carjr & Go. can say to the public that they have teas as cheap as ever a t the new store I ! T h a t T e a at 4s. is o n hand y e t ! ! W OOL.—Cash or Goods will be paid for Wool at • (M a y 1.1845.) H A L L ’S S U G A R ’S C h e a p e r than can be bought In the city for sale a t C a ry & Cd’s new Store. N A IL S and Iron at H a ll’s M a y 1 st 1845. MEDICINES A N D DRUGS. A fresh stock of p u re M edicines * a n d D rugs is now offered b y the subscriber a t wholesale o r retail. Prices Yery low. , ,• ■ * * R O B ’T C. T R I V E T T , Opposite the “Phenix H otel.” G L A S S , G L A S S . W IN D O W and P ictu r e Glass df a ll sizes by the box o r lig h t for kale cheap a t T R I V E T T ’S “ C h eap D rug Store.” N E W A t t h e O l d F a v o r i t e S t o r e Corner of Court and Washington Streets (forutterly occupied by R. A. Ford Sf Co.) r r H E subscribers have ju s t receive,I the Largest A. New stock o f goods to b e found in this v icinity Consisting of a L a rge choice stock i o f D ry Goods G roceries,C rockery, G lassw a re, Boots & Shoes, H a ts a n d Caps &c. &e. (SALES, to suit p u rchasers—A L L kinds of pro­ duce taken i n E x c h a n g e for goods. S. A, N E W T O N & Co P R O V ISIO N S . Pbrk, Beef, F lour and M ack­ erel b y the barrel or less quantity. Cddfish &c sold ’a t cost a n d charges at the favorite c o rner by S. A .N E W T O N & CO. G L A S S E S , Teas, S u g a r. Coffee A c ., a ll war­ ranted good and sold as Cheapby us as at any store i n town. A ll kinds of Grain, Butter, Chefese &c., bought at the highest p rice a t S. A .N E W T O N & Cb. ON h a n d . L O T S o f R ich New Spring Goods-to be seen this week a t F O R D & CO ’S. A p r il Kith 1845. other S U G A R S , M olaasKj T c a s , Coffee a n d a ll kind of Groceries cheapest in town at F O RD’S “ Old Cash Store A few C A S E S o f those n ice a n d cheap iriU N T S just received FO R D A C o ’s . ' T h e y open de­ cidedly rich, a n d a re cheaper than ever. May 27th ’45. r D H E highest p rice paid in C A S H for Fox, M a r- tin> M ink and Coen Skins, by the subscriber. Dec. 1,1844. L . M . R E X F O R D . H a r d w a r e a n d c r o c k e r y , low at Nov. 25,1844. H A L L ’S. P a r a s o l s & s u n s h a d e s . - a la i g e io t ot P a rasols and Sun Shades all qualities aud prices, to be sold Cheap lor cash by N E W T O N & CO. H A L L H a s a lot of molasses, Teas, Coff e and Sugar which he w ill sell by Hogshead, Chest or Bag. If Groceries a re wanted cheap look for M a rch 1.1845. S. H . P. H A L L S Store. L a R G e a r r i v a l o f D r y g o o d s t h i s W E E K A T N E W T O N & COs. B O O T S A N D SH O E S , lower than e v e r at- Oct. 15. H A L L ’S. A GOOD assortment o f Goods; for sum m e r p ants coals &c a t N E W T O N & CO ’s. N C A lL S and W indow Sash can be h ad ih large or s m a ll quantities at H A L L ’S. M arch I 1845. AN DLE W ick and Colton Y a rn Selling cheap at H A L L ’S. M arch 1; 1845; A LA G E lot ofsmaZl Nova Scotia Gririd Stones Superior to the Ohio, for saZe at 2 cents p er lbs. a t S. A N E W T O N & Co. H A R D W A R E . Just received a good assort­ m ent o f h a rdw a reand sellingcheap by S, C A R Y & CO . M ay 31 C O D F IS H and aiid forsale by jp i I S H Mac&erfeljtist received S. C A R Y £ CO. R O P E Tw ine and Cordage, of different sizes and descriptions a t R. G. T B iY E T T S . H I T E LEA D , 50 Kegs W h ite Lead. A n d 50 Boxes 7 b y 9 & 8 by 10 GZass; of a good quality fof saZe cheap a t S; H . P . H A L L ’S. M ay QOta 1844; ______________ ______________ _ B O O T S & Shoes of all kinds, a.iarge assortment direct from the m anufacturers, sellingcheap at H A L L ’S. A LA R G E stock of Broadcloths and Satinetts very cheap a t „ Oct. 15,1844. S. H . P- H A L L S . F i f e s l i S p r i n g G o o d s . r p H E subscribers have just received from N e w - X Y o r k a full stock of Goods for the Spring trade C o n sisting o f D ry Goods, Boots a o d Siloes, M u som e G roceries. M a k ing th e ir stock comptete— w h ich-m u s t be sold before the opening Ot the L a ­ nai. P r ices to suit p u r c h a s e r s - C d r n e r of C o u rt and W a s h ington, st. ri. A . N E W T O N & Co.. Binghamton M a rch 8 . 1845. • ALL*S ASSORTMEN x OI Goods is large fo r the Season. Purchasers o/ D ry Goods G ro- ceries Crockery or Hardware w ill do w e ll .to lo o k foi H a lls Store before purchasing els were, Mareh j . i845.__________ . T V U R E L A M P O IL S , Sperm an d L a r d O ils of X the b est q u a lity, a t R O B T . C . T R I V E T T S . H E A P S T O R E ^ - H A L L S is th e place.—D r y Goods; C rockery, G roceries, H a r d w a r e , look­ ing G lasses, D y e Stuffs, P a in ts— a l l s e lling c h e a p . O c t. 15,1844: ________ - S. H . P . H A L L . C Q P A L V A R N I S H , a p r im e article o f Coaeh F u r n i l u ie V a r n ish , for s a le a t a low p r ice b y R O B T C* T R I V E T T , Opposite the P h e n ix H o tel.

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