# Binghamton courier. (Binghamton, N.Y.) 1844-1849, December 17, 1845, Image 4

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sar's*fc*«' •* • uaita HE f> A , ! V j S K g * C h e a p M a r b l e F a c t o r y . C O N G D O N ' & W H I T I N G , M a r b l e D e a l e r s , B i n g h a m t o n , N . Y . b e g l e a v e to sa y to th e i r l a r g e c i r e l e o f c u s t o m e r s , an d th e p u b l i c g e n e r a l l y , th a t th e y s t i l l c o n ­ tin u e t h e i r M a r b le S h o p o n C o u r t s l., a f e w d o o r s e a s t of the Canal Bridge, a n d t h a t th e y a r e c o n s t a n t l y e n l a r g ­ ing their facilities fo r the accom m o- d a t io n 'o f ll io s e w h o m a y n e e d a r t i c l e s in t h e i r l i n e . In th e b e a u t y a n d ______ d u r a b i l i t y o t th e m a t e r i a l th e y lu r n i s h , a s w e l l a s e x c e l l e n c y of w o r k m a n s h i p , e o r r e c t a n d a p p r o p r i a t e l e t t e r i n g a n d c a r v i n g , a n d fin e n e s s o f f i n i s h , t n s y a r e d e t e r m in e d n o t t o be e x c e l l e d : w h i l e th e y a r e fre e to p le d g e th e m s e l v e s to t h e c i t i z e n s o f B i n g h a m t o n , B r o o m e a n d th e a d j o i n i n g C o u n t i e s o f t h i s S t a t e a n d P e n n ­ s y l v a n i a , t h a t t h e y w i l l su p p l y th e m o n a s fa v o r a ­ b l e te r m s a s a n y d e a l e r s w e s t of A l b a n y a n d N e w - Y o r k . T h e y h a v e n o w o n h a n d a w e ll se le c te d a s s o r t ­ m e n t- o f M a r b l e , fo r T o m b S to n e s , T a b l e s , H e a r t h s , P a i n t S t o n e s , S i n k s , W i n d o w C a p s an d S i l l s , & c ., a n d a n y r a r e r a r t i c l e j n th e i r l i n e , su c h a s co s tly M o n u m e n t s o r M a n t e l s , th e y w ill h o ld t h e m s e l v e s i n r e a d i n e s s t o f u r n i s h to o r d e r o n t h e m o s t r e a s o n ­ a b l e te r m s . O r d e r s fro m .th e . c o u n t r y a r e s o l i c i t e d , a n d th e articles D E L IV E R E D , i f desired. C o u n t r y P r o d u c e w il l b 5 re c e i v e d in p a y m e n t . B i n g h a m t o n F e b . 17. 1845. ___________ __________ Stove, Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron ESTABLISHM E N T . L I V E A N D L E T LIVE. ISAAC W, OVERHISER. H AVING purchased the interest of A. J. Coffin, in the above Establishment, would respectful­ ly inform the citizens of Binghamton, and the sur­ rounding country, that he is now opening forsale, at the “ Old stand of Overhiser Sc Coffin,” the lar­ gest and best variety of STOVES ever offered in this market, among which may be found PREMI­ UM, UNION, and E L EVATED OVEN Stoves, of different patterns: W A G E R ’S C E L E B R A T E D AIR T IG H T said t.O be the best in use. Six P late . B ox , and PARLOR Stoves, of every variety and style. Also, C O P P E R - W A R E , T I N W A R E A M D S T O V E P I P E . Manufactured and kept constantly on hand, for sale, as cheap as can be bought in the county. REPAIRING of all kinds, done on short notice, and all orders in his line promptly attended to. , The subscriber thankful for past favors, hopes by strict attention to business and (he calls of his customers, to merit a liberal share of thepublic patronage. I. W , o v e r h i s e r . Binghamton-, Nov. 4, 1845. nSSli \ J v a l u a b l e M e D I C I N G 3^ F o r S a l e at t h i s O f f i c e . B r a n d r e t h s p i l l s , a n d th e only- p l a c e where the purchaser can rely on finding the GENUINE. Brandreth’s Liniment. Bishop’s Pills, Goodman’s Pills, Miles Tomato Pills, jew David’s or Hebrew Plaster, Longley’s Great We-tern Indian Panacea, ' Roof’s Ringbone Cure, Roof’s Founder Ointment, Kittrage’s. E ar Ointment. N OTICE is hereby given that the Notes, Btwks and Accounts- of Benjamin J owes have been as­ signed to the subscriber. They wilZ be found for the present with Joseph White at the Offiee of B. N. Loomis Esq., Ali persons having unsettled accounts with tbe said Jones are requested to caZl and settle them immpdiately ISAAC Y. W H ITE, Sept. 25 1844. _______ 27 tf. ________________ N E W ARRANGEMENT.—FANCY W E A V ­ ING AND DYEING. J OHN R. HARVEY, has taken shop formerly occupied by Chas. E. Johnson, on Court street in McKinney’s Exchange Building, on the East side of the Canal, where he is prepared to Color and W eave Flowered Coverlets; Flowered, striped and Rtig CARPETING, and also Plain Weaviog, on as short notice and aschnap as any other person.— He will keep experienced workmen, and hopes to give satisfaction to those that will give-him a caZl. Ca'l once a«d see. Stosk, found and made up to order, if requested. Bingham t o n , J u n e 27,1844. __________ C r o c k e r y a n d L o o o k i n g G l a s s e s a t H A L L S . O NE of the largest Stocks of Crockery is for sale at H all’s which is to be Lund in Broome County. Theprices are made to s it the times:call and see, i f you want te find a complete assortment. Sept. 9th 1845. . _____________________ D EN T ISTRY . The subscriber continues to perform every'operation upon the teeth accor­ ding-ta the most modern and improved principles of the art. Those who are desirous of repleting the vacancies caused by the loss ol their original teeth are respectfully invited to call. Terms reasonable. Office directly opposite tie Phenix Hotel, and over U, M. Stowers’ Store. -J. C. ROBIE. N. B. Dentists supplied with full sets of instru­ ments. Turnkeys and other surgical instruments kept constantly on hand and for sale. J. C. R. P A I N T S A N D O ILS \ . fresh supply of P u re Extra No. I White Lead, i l l Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil, Pressed Whale Oil. Venetian Red, French Yellow, Spruce Yet low, Emerald Green, Chrome Green, Verdegrise, Spanish Brown., W hiting, Paris W hite, Putty, &e. &c. For sale at New York prices, call at TR IV E T T ’S Opposite the “Phenix Hotel.” P o l i s h Y o u r B o o t s !! N O man can be well dressed unless his b'oots are well blacked, aiid if you want your boots to shine.according to the latest style, buy HINDS SU­ PERIOR OIL PA S T E BLACKING, an entirely new preparation, Warranted to not injure the. leatn- er, and to produce a more beautiful lustre than any blacking ever used. For Sale Wholesale and retail by L. M. REXFORD, Sole agent. B O O T A N D S H O E S T O R E . T HE Subscriber has j ust Opened, one Door west of C. Eldredge’s store. Court sl., a heavy as­ sortment of Boots and Shoes, which he will sell at Wholesale or Retail, for reaTdy pay cheaper thar have ever before been offered in Binghamton. Also Leather and Shoe findings at Retail. J. D E H A R T . Binghamton May 19. 1845. L o o k a t T h i s ! D R. JONATHAN T. KITTRAGE’S valuable EAR OINTMENT, which is an infallible and immediate cure lor the ear ache, and for sores gathering in the head. One application will cure the ear ache, and a lew applications in the course o f a few weeks, will effect a permanent cure ol sores gathering in the head. It will prevent Deaf­ ness, it used in season, and is ah immediate cure for Lumors in cuts, burns and hog-bites, quelling the fever and humors and causing it to run and heal, and shin sores which some are troubled '• ith for many years, and are beyond the reach of the skill of Doctors to cure, may be cured by one or two applications. It cures the ear ache and sores in the head, without causing any pain. Price 25 cents. Idp For sale at this Office, also by Hagaman & •Birdsall, Chenango Forks, and Canfield & S-eele, Union. 36-ly. ___________________________ i ----------------------------------------------- T h e v e r y b e s t M e d i c i n e i n u s e !! I S Dr. Chapmans Summer Cordial tor the cureot Dysintery,Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus, Sum­ mer Complaints, also Flatulent and Spasmodic Cho­ lic. This medicine isprepared from a verit ble pre­ scription of the Celebrated Dr. Chapman o f Phila­ delphia and is really and iruly the best remedy for tlie above complaints now in use. Every family should keep a bottle on hand as it invariably re­ lieves the sudden attacks which most frequently characterise the commencement of the above dis­ ease. Price 13* cts and 37* cts pr Bottle. 3 For Sale only by X.. M. REXFORD: SANDS’ S A R S A P A R ILLA, F O R T H E R E M O V A L A N D P E R M A N E N T C U R E O F A L L D IS E A S E S A R I S I N G F R O M A N M M P U R E S T A T E O F T H E B L O O D , O R H A B I T O F T H E S Y S T E M , V I Z : Scrofula, or King's E t i l , Rheumatism,, Obstinate Cut* aneous Eruptions, Pimples, or Pustules, on the Face, Blotches, Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or 'l'etter, Scald Head, Enlargement ahd Pain the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers,Syphilitic Symp­ toms, Sciatica, or Lumbago . and Diseases arising , from an injudicious use o f Mercury, Ascites, or Drop­ sy, Exposure or Imprudence in Life. Aho, Chronic Constitutional Disorders will be removed by this Pre- peration . I F th e r e .be a p leasu r e on e a r t h w h ich su p e r io r b e in g s cannot e n joy, and one w h ich th e y n jig h t also c n » y nie;n the possession of, it is th e pow e r o f re liev in g p t i n . H o w consoling, th e n , is th e ccm eriousneiB O fhaving b e e n th e i n - strum e D t of rescu in g th o u s a n d s front m isery to those who possess it. W h a t an am o u n t o f s u f f e r in g h a s been reliev - ed, an d w h a t <rstil! jjre a i e r am o u n t o f s u f f e r in g c a n be pre1- vented, hy th e use ol S a n d s ’ S a r s a p a r illa! T h e unfortu­ nate victim of h e r e d i t a r y d isease, w ith sw o llen glands, contracted sin e w s ttnd bones h a l f c a rious, h a s b e e n r e s to r ­ ed to h e a lth an d - v ig o r . T h e scrofulous p a tien t, co v e red w ith u lcers, loathsom e to h im s e l f a n d to his a tten d a n ts, hais h e e n m a d e w h o le. H n n d r e d s o f p e rso n s , w h o h a d groaned hopelessly for y e a r s u n d e r ca'a n c n ii s a n d g lan d u lar disor­ d e r s , ch ronic rheum a tism , and m a n y o th e r com p laints springing from a d erangem ent o f the secretive organs and the c ir c u latio n , have b e e n ra i s e d a s it w e r e from th e r a c k of d is e a se,, a n d now, w ith r e g e n e r a te d constitutions, g lad ­ ly testify to t h e efficacy of this inestim a b le p rep a r a tio n . T h e follow ing c e rtificates r e c e n t ly r e c e i v e d will b e read w ith in tere s t, and for f u r th e r proof tlie 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 grutis !«y n d t h e ag e n ts. M e s s r s .S a n d s : N e w -Y o r k , D “ C. L *843. Gentlemen-—Parental feeling:- inHucp us to make the follow ing s tatem e n t o f f a d s in r* lati>>n to t h e i m p o it a n tc u r e of our little daughter, wholly effected by the use ofSands S a rsaparilla. F o r n e a rly t t i i - e y e a r s s h e was a fflicted wish a most inveterate eruption on the body, wHich a t tim es was so bad, c o n n e c ted w iih in tern a l d isease, that, w e d e s p a ir e d of h e r life. The complaint commenced in the roots ofthe hair, a u d g rad u a lly sp r e a d until th e w hole head w a s en v e l­ oped. and then it attacked I hr ears, and ran down the neck, and co n tin u in g to iuerense until it covered th e m o st o f the body. Itco m m e n c e d w ith a sm a ll pim p le o r pustule, from w h ich w a ter at first d i s c h a r g e d ; this produced g r e a t i t c h ­ ing-and b u r n i n g ; th e n m a tter or pus form e d , t h e sk in c r a c k e d an d bled, and. th e pus d isch a r g e d / r e p l y . T h e sufferings of th e c h ild w e re so g r e a t as alm o st w h o lly to preven t natu r a l 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 a k e itdrfficult to pay t h a t p a r tic u lar a tten ­ tion tbe n a tu r e of th e case r e q u i r e d . T h e d isease w as c a l­ led Scald H e a d and g e n e r a l S a lt R h e u m . W e trie d v a r i­ ous r e m e d ies, w ith little benefit, and consid°reci h e r case alm o s t beyond tlie r e a c h o f m e d i c i n e ; but from th e know n virrue o f y o iir S a rsaparilla,w e w e e in d u c e d lo g ive i t a t r i a l . B e fore th e first b o ttle w a s all used, w e p e r c e iv e d an im ­ provem e n t in th e a p p e a r a n c e o f th e e r u p t io n ; bu t th e ch a n g e w a s so r a p id for th e b e tt e r , th a t w e could scarcely give c r e d e n c e to tb e evidence of o u r own ey e s . W e co n ­ tin u e d its use for a few w e e k s , a n d th e re s u lt is a p e rfeet cu r e . T o a ll P a r e n t s w e w o u ld say :— If you have ch ild r e n su f f e r in g w ith any disease of the s k in , use S a n d s ’ S a r s a p a ­ rilla . W ith feelings o f g r n titn d e and re s p e c t, we. a r e y° ( A c . E L I H U a n d SA R A H S O U T H M A Y D , 95 Maclison street.. 1 T h e follow ing w a s a d d r e s s e d to o u r Agent at Savannah. Ogeche.e Cross Roads, Ga., August 24, 1843. Mr. G, R. Hendrickson, Snvannah. Dear Sir—Having jus! recovered from a most severe Chronic Rheuiimtiiin, with which I have been afflicted for many years and having used various •. emedi.es without any success, I atn induced to write to you in respect to Sands’ Sarsaparilla, to which valuable medicine I now owe my present enjoyment of health. Despairing of ever re­ covering front this distressing disease, nnd, white laboring under the most acute agony and pain, I wits persuaded to try the Snrfliiparilla so highly recommended for the com of rheumatism. 1 tried one bottle, and the little benefit I derived from that one, induced me to give it a fflir trimT, wjaich I did, by sending clown to you for hnlfa dozen Lot- ties; and am now happy to say I find myself, for the first time- i\ twelve years, well and able to attend to my necos- sary d u ties I sen d you th is th r o u g h a feeling of g r a t i­ tude, clue this ex c e llen t m e d icine, a n d a s e n s e ofobligation to m y fellow beings, that th o s e sim ilarly afflicted, m a y 'b e induced to t r y this v a luable rem e d y , S a n d s ’ S a rsap a rilla. Yours, with respect, &c. DANIEL F O X . Prepared ancl sold wholesale snd retail, by A. B. & D. SA N D S , W h o lesale D ruggists, 79 F u lto n - s tr e e t, N . Y . Sold also b y D r u g g ists g e n e r a lly th r o u g h o u t th e U. S .— P r i c e A t p e r bottle— s ix bottles fo r flo. F o r s a le by L . M . Riiford Binghamton. _____________ AN D LOSS OF HAIR, Is caused by a want of healthy action ofthe ves­ sels which throw off the perspiration from the head. When these vessels are wr-ak or diseased, the per- spira.ion is thick and clammy and adheres to the mouths of the pores atscl'cloars them up, and dries and forms scut f or eland: uff. Les- blood is then carried to-the roots of (he hair, and for want of which the hair has not sufficient nourishment, .and consequently bee,omes dry and harsh, and begins insensibly to fall'off whi- h continuing to increase, eventually produces baldness. Rbstore the capilla­ ry vessels ofthe head to their former healthy circu­ lation, and a fine silky new hair will make its ap­ pearance which will increase in quantity and vol­ ume until the hai' becomes thick and healthy. J ayne ’ s H air T onic is the only preparation that has ever been known to produce new H a ir on Bald Heads, which it has done in in-attner«bleinstances, and will seldom fail, if properly and perseveringly used. For the Efficacy ofthe above medicine, we refer to Gen. Ephraim Robbins Jr. of U.iion, whose hair has been restored by the Use of it. For sale by L. M. REXFORD, 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, Whoop­ ing Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, and every otherdis- ease ofthe Lungs or Threat, is sure to produce the most decided benefit. It is recommended by thou­ sands, who have tried it, and all say that it is the best remedy, with out any exception for all Pulmo­ nary Diseases, that has ever been known, for it al­ ways give relief, and cures when every other means have failed. L.'M . REXFORD, Agent. Jayne’s Carminative Balsam Is a certain, safe and speedy cure for Dysentery, Diarrhoea. Cholera Morbus,' ’Summer Complaint, Sick and Nervous Headache, Cramps, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomachs, &e. &c. At this season ot the vear it is .particularly necessary that families and per­ son's subject to these complain's, should provide themselves with it, to have it at hand whenever nee­ ded, it will not only be the means of frequently a- voiding severe and debit itatingatta'cks of illness,but has and will preserve many valuable lives. The universal opinion ofall who have,used it is, “That no family should ,be without it.” L. M. REXFORD, Agent. Jayne’s Life Preservative, An A lterative andDEPURATivEPREPARATioxcom- bining all the medicinal virtues'of those articles, whieh long, experience • has pro ved to possess the most sale and efficient alterative and Duobstruent properties,, for the cure of Scrofula, King’s Evil, White Swellings, Ulcers, Scrofulous Cancerous and Indolent Tumours, Rheumatism; Gou:, Scur­ vy, N -uralgia or Tic-Douloiu-enx, Cancer, Goitre or Bronehocele, [Swelled Neck,] Enlargements of the Bones, Joints or Ligamcn:s or of the _ Ovaries, Liver,Spleen, Kidnevs, &c. Al’ th • various Dis­ eases ofthe Skin, such as Ter ter. Ring-worm, Bi»es Pimples, Carbuncles, &e., Dropsical Swellings. Constitutional Di? rders, and originating from a depraved or impure state ol the blood or oth­ er fluids of the body. L. M. REXFORD, Agent. Worms are Swept Away Fromthe stomach and bowels by Jayne’s Vermi luge, as by the besom of destruction. They perish under its, searching influence instantly, and ..reex- pe.led with the mucus in which they are imbedde . The cure is in almost all cases permanent, and if a recurtence ofthe disorder should take place, a :ew doses of the preparation will never fail to produce the desired object—for the effect does not weaken with repetition. Those wbo suffer from piles or re­ mittent fever, or any complaint where a mild omic or alterative maybe desirable, will find in Jayne’s Tonic Vermiluge, a most valuable remeby. L. M. REXFORD, agent. Dr. D. Jayne’s Sanative Pills. For Liver Complaints, Gout, Jaundice, Dyspep­ sia, Rheumatism, Fevers. Nervo isness, Erysipelas, and diseases ofthe Skin, Impurity ofthe Blood, In­ flammations, Melancholy,Sich Heahache, Costive­ ness, Pains in the Head, Breast, Side, Back and Limbs, Bilious Affections, Female diseases, Ac Ac. and whenever an Alterative or Purgative Medi­ cine may be required jjHj- The above popular and valuable Medicines are prepared only by Dr. David Jayne 20 South Third st. Pliil’a, rnd sold by L. M. Rexford only agent in Broome Co. n3-ly RUSHES.—A general assortment of Paint Varnish, scrubaad W hite Wash Brushes. _____________ _______ B. C. T R I V E T T S . L ILY SYRUP. The price of this popular med icineforthe cure of cough and consumption is reduced to $1,00 per bottle. L. M. REXFORD. Aug 20, ’49; B C h e a p e s t S t o r e i n t h e S t a t e ! N E V E R B E H IN D T H E A GE !! B N O H U M B H G . f i S . H . P . H A L L o f f e r s f o r s a l e T w e n t y T h o u * sand Dollars worth of . D r y G o o d s , G r o c e r i e s , C r o c k e r y & H a r d w a r e . The particular attention of-purchasers of Dry\Goods and Groceries is invited to the extraordinary inducements now offering at this Old Estab­ lishment. The stock of Goods is extensive and not to he equalled in the County. The public may depend upon getting their goods upon tlie ave­ rage, Cheaper than at any similar establishment in the State. If low priced Groceries, such as two shilling Tea, six cent Coffee, six cent Tobacco,' thirty cent Molasses, are wanted, look for HALL’S.. A very large stock oi Crockery and Looking Glasses, and in fact nearly, every article wanted in a family, can be found a t ‘ H A L L ’S very clicap store. Produce of all kinds wanted for Cash or Goods. B i n g h a m t o n , O c t , 1 4 , 1 8 4 5 . . C H E A P E R T H A N T H E C H E A P E S T . A l w a y s i n A d v a n c e o f t h e A g e ! F W . T O M P K I N S , in addition lo his former unrivalled assortment of D R Y • GOODS, G R O C E R IE S , C R O C K E R Y , N A IL S .$c., Has just received ^ 15 Hhds. Sugar, 35 Boxes Candles, 15 Hhds; Molasses, ‘^5 Bags Coffee, 30 Chests Tea, 1G Boxes Tobacco,- A ll of which aie offered Wholesale and Retail cheaper than they can be bought at any other Siore in Broome County. , * , ' W A N T E D . 20,000 Bushels of W heat, Kye, and W hite Beaiis, for which Cash will be Paid. R W, TOM PKINS. Binghamton, December 10th Y845. . . BING H AM T O N FO U N D R Y . T HE Subscribers haying'fornfed * co-partttershiP) and purchased the entire interest of H . Mather tn this establishment, would respectful.y.aiHtounce fo the-citizens of Binghamton and the public genef* aWy, that they'ire preparedto execute all orders for CASTING S * MACHINERY with promptness. This establishment has been fitted up on an enlar­ ged scale with special reference to the increased de­ mand for castings and machinery and is furnished with a superior STEAM ENGINE of sufficient pow­ er for the Various branches of the establishment, en­ abling the proprietor to execute ali orders for cast­ ings and Machinery upon very short notice. Gonnected with this establishment is a machine Shop under the strict personal supervision of one of tlie proprietors—Mr. Overhiser, who has forseveral years been connected with some ofthe heaviestman- ufacturing establishments in the state as a machinist where machinery and other work can be fitted up in as good style as at any other establishment In the state. Plans and drawings of machinery of every d e s c r i p t i o n , c a n b e f u r n i s h e d a t th e fu r n a c e . — In addition to the general assortment o f castings UiuaZly found at establishments ofthiskind, em­ bracing a great vartety, can he found Caldron Ket­ tles of alZsizes. Also hollow ware of every des­ cription. S;tove and stov-e .castings, a general as- s.ortmeftt- embracingdiffeient kinds of many o f the improved patterns made, fiom the best of Iron. Al­ so Durkeys recent improved water wheel. Also Hotchkiss reaction water wheels. AZso Johnson’s recent improved wheels for flour and saw mills, and all the ^cessary patterns for miZl gearing of every description. AJso steam enginesmanufac- tured ofsafficient power to drive any machinery used in this sectien. W anted in exchange tor cast­ ings any quantity of oZd iron, stone coal and-mosl kind of produce. The subscribers hope bys.triol attention to this business to merit, and respectfuZI v solicit'patrcnage. THEO.A. T H A Y E R , BENJ. H. OVERHISER. Binghamton, October 25, 1843. ______ - - 33 L I S T O F P O P U L A R M E D I C I N E S . ♦ For Sale, by L. M. ATW OOD S Hot Air Empire Cooking Stove. r r i H E citizens of Binghamton and vicinity are re- . 1 sp e c if u lly in f o r m e d , t h a t th e u n d e r s i g n e d h a s p r o c u r e d t h e r i g h t to s e l l A t w o o d ’s H o t A i r E m p ire C o o k i n g S to v e . T h e a d v a n t a g e s w h ic h th i s s to v e possesses over a l l others lh a t have been invented w ill be re a d i l y a p p r e c i a t e d “u p o n an e x a m i n a t i o n o f th e p h il o s o p h i c a l p r i n c i p l e s u p o n w h i c h .it is co n ­ stru c t e d , a n d its p e r f e c t a d a p t a t i o n to th e p u r p o s e s d e s i g n e d . I t i s sim p l e i n its a r r a n g e m e n t , n e a t a n d c h a s e i n i t s a p p e a i a u c e , e c o n o m i c a l i n the c o n s u m p ­ tio n o l fu e l , a n d b o th d u r a b l e a n d c o n v e n i e n t i n its u s e . I t h a s a l a r g e o v e n ,-and f o u r b o i l e r lio les—th e e n t i r e h e a t a t a l l t i m e s p a s s e s d i r e c t l y in rotation u n d e r t h e f ir s t t h r e e b o ile r s , a n d th e n , b y a n en t ir e n e w a r r a n g e m e n t o f th e flues, is c a r r i e d - a r o u h d e a c h e n d o f t h e o v e n , a n d u n d e F th e f o u r th b o i l e r i n - to t h e e x i t p ip e , a s w i l l b e s e e n , on e x a m i n a t i o n . C E R T I F I C A T E . - f j T A n n e x e d a r e a l e w w h o h a v e t h e s e sto v e s in u - e , w h i c h w ill s e r v e i n so m e m e a s u r e to s h o w th e e s t i m a t i o n in w h i c h t h e y a r e h e l d : W e , t h e u n d e r s i g n e d , h a v e i n u s e A t w o o d ’s H o t A i r C o o k i n g S to v e , a n d a r e w i l l i n g t o b e a r te s tim o ­ n y to i t s m a n y e x c e l l e n t q u a l i t i e s . It p e r f o r m s a l l th e v a r i o u s o p e r a t i o n s o f a c o o k i n g sto v e W ith g r e a t c o n v e n i e n c e , a n d less f u e l, t h a n a n y o t h e r s tov£ We h a v e e v e r seen o r used, a n d w e w o u ld reco m m e n d o u r f r i e n d s a n d t h e p u b l i c , w i s h i n g a first r a t e co o k ­ in g a p p a r a t u s , to e x a m i n e t h e E m p i r e StoV e p r e v i ­ o u s to p u r c h a s i n g . P. Robins, ‘ Wm Cook, J3 B (xreen} Sam i Weed, J Feller . Jas Halstead. B i n g h a m t o n , S e p t. 20, 1845. The Nev'- York E v e n ing Post contains the. follow­ in g notice o f this Stove, which was exhibited at lhe late F a ir o f the American Institute, a t Niblo’s Gar­ den, No. 4 0 1 : A tw o o d ’ s H ot A ir E m p ir e C ooking S t o v e .— W e h a ,re g i v e n t h i s sto v e a t h o r o u g h e x a m i n a t i o n , an d w e t h i n k th a t i t i s h e t t e r a d a p te d tp c u l i n a r y p u r p o ­ se s th a n a n y o t h e r sto v e w e h a v e e x a m i n e d , a n d f o r b a k i n g o r r o a s t i n g it m u s t b e i n v a l u a b l e . T h e s t o v e is so c o n s t r u c t e d , th a t cold a i r is a d m i t t e d th r o u g h a h o l e a t t h e b k t o m , a n d th e n p a s s e s th r o u g h a c h a m b e r by th e sid e o f th e f ir e , w h e r e it b e c o m e s p e r f e c t l y h e a te d , a n d is th e n in t r o d u c e d in t o th e o v e n . A t t h e to p o f t h e o v e n , t h e r e is a h o le tht o u g h w h i c h th e ste a m th a t a r i s e s f r o m th e a r t i c l e b a k e d is c a r r i e d off. O u r a t t e n t i o n w a s d i r e c t e d to th is sto v e by a m e m b e r o f th e A m e r i c a n In s t i t u t e , w h o h a ? l a t e l y p u r c h a s e d o n e f o r h i s o w n u s e , an d h e s a y s i t is .su p e r io r t o a n y sto v e th a t h e h a s e v e r u s ­ ed . T h i s sto v e m a y b e u s e d e i t h e r i n s u m m e r o r w i n t e r , a n d w i t h e i t h e r w o o d o r c o a l, an d w i l l a n ­ sw e r e v e r y p u t p o s e o f a n o v e n , w i t h ab o u t o n e - th ir d of th e e x p e n s e . g j T C o n s t a n t l y on h a n d , an d fo r s a l e b y S . J . O L M S T E D , F r a n k l i n stre e t tw o d o o r s so u th o f L . M . R e x f o r d ’s D r u g S t o r e , a n d o n e d o o r n o r t h of T h e I r i s office. . • N . B . F i v e s i z s o f th e P r e m i u m C o o k i n g S to v e s , t o g e t h e r w i t h a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f P a r lo r , B o x , an d o t h e r S to v e s , a n d S b e e t - I r o n , T i n an d C o p p e r W a r e , c o n s t a n t l y o n h a n d , a n d m a n u ­ fa c tu r e d to o r d e r . ’ n 2 8 tf B i n g h a m t o n O c t. 1 st 1845. ______ , ___________ 2 8 0 0 FOR SALE. r p H E s u b s c r i b e r , fo r h i m s e l f , a n d Jo s e p h S . B o s - JL w o r t h E s q ., offers f o r s a l e th e L a n d s l a t e l y b e - lo n g i r g t o th e N i c o l s E s t a t e , Qn th e w e s t s id e o f t h e S u s q u e h a n n a h R i v e r , im t h e to w n o f W i n d s o r . T h e y a r e k n o w n a s N i c o l s n o r t h w e s t a n d south w e s t t r a c t s , a n d c o n t a i n th e a b o v e q u a n t i t y o f g o o d L a n d , s u r r o u n d e d b y i m p r o v e m e n t s a n d in te r s e c t­ ed b y ro a d s , a n d t h e r e f o r e o f e a s y access. S o m e o f th e L o t s a r e v a l u a b l e fo r th e p i n e tim b e ,r o n th e m , a n d a l l o f th e m h a v e a n a b u n d a n c e o f f e n c i n g t i m ­ b e r . T h e l a n d w ill be so ld i n sin g l e L o t s , a n d th e la r ­ g e r lo ts w ill b e d i v i d e d i f r e q u i r e d , to s u i t p u r c h a s ­ e r s . T h e p r i c e s 'w i l l be rea s o n a b le ; an d te r m s a c ­ co m m o d a t in g , to r e s p e c t a b l e a p p l i c a n t s . A . D O U B L E D A Y . . R E M O V E D • T O ‘’E M P I R E B L O C K ” S i g n o f th e G o l d e n M o r t a r , TRIVETTS C3M 1SA3P B 1 I K S : S T O m i g . N OW permanently located in the' New Block, corner of Court and Washington streets — This establishment contains the most extensive as­ sort men! of M E D IC IN E S ,, P A I N T S , OILS. G L A S S , Dye-Woods, Coloring' M aterials , Rope, Twine. Brushes , Patent Medicines, Spices. Essences. Perfum ery , * ‘ 1 - Syc: The greatest care is observed in the selection of the stock, and as every article is bought at the LOW E S T CASH PRICE, the public maybe as­ sured that no individual .can offer apy articlerin the above line cheaper than the subscriber. All GOODS warranted pure, find fair dealing guar­ antied, A large supply of the following CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Alum Alcohol Indigo- O p i u m Brimstone Logwood Fustic Sal Eratus Sal Soda . Epsom Salts Paregoric Hive Syrup Syrup Squills P icara B u r g u n d y P i t c h Nutmegs , Oitroh Cloves Madder Oil Vitriol M u r i a t e T i n B o r a x Cinnamon S a g e Is i n g l a s s Binghamton 25th A u g u st 1845. n23 C A S H G R O C E R Y . ( One cloor west qf the Post Office.) S B. & T. THOM PSON successors to E. '& O. • Field, have ju?t receive • a hew' stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, Wines, Liquors Src.&c,, which they pledge themselves to sell us cheap as ever, and-positivdly as low.as they can be brought in town. ' Binghamton May 27, 1845. . H a r n e s s , S a d d l e s , T & U N K S , V A L IC E S . \ * I N exchange for Lumber, Grain, Wood, and most kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, at the old stand of . A. G. HULL, two doors west of- R x f o r d ’s. c o r n e r . N. B. Given away for CASH. Sept. 22,1845. 27 t s u a ® s j y & s t i s ® . T HE subscriber begs leave to inform the ladies that he has Just returned from New York with a new and beautiful assortment ofPerfumery,Toys and Fancy Goods. Also a choice Collection of N E W M USIC. Comprising the most fashionable Longs, Duettes, Cluartets, Gluardrilles, Polkas &c. Arranged for the Piano Forte and Gujlar from the latest Operas Oct. 15,1845. W. H. NOLAND. the Thoughtful—Charlotte Eliza- viz: Combination, conformity, the church visible, up and doing, Floral Biography Harfed’s dream by Rev John Todd—Memoirs of the Reverend’s Elias Cornelius, Asahel Nettleton, J Williams, Legh Richmond, and Memoir of Mrs Dwight and Mrs Grant—Abel on Missions—Jays Family Prayers—Dante’s vision ot Hell, Purgato- ry and Paradise, Translated by the Rev Henry F. Cary—Ranch’s Psychology—Life in Earnest by Jas Hamilton. For sale at the Book Store of H. E. PRA T T ; B o o k s for beths works C a ster O il L inseed O il B o il’d Lin*. Oil W h ite Lead Turpentine Copal V a rnish Japan V a r n i s h M a g n e s ia Sweet Oil ' Cold Cream Castile Soap L ip Salve L iquorice Cologne British L u s tre Rose'Wate** •Salt Peter ’ Sperm Can dies G lue Sperm OiT- Paint.B rushes T a llow Candles Smalts W h iting Sand Pape;' Putty BFk & Blue Ink W h ite Soap M atches . G o d lr’s Cord B lacking Opodeldoc, &c. R O B E R T C. T R I V E T T , NU. 2. “Em p ire Block,” Bingham ton, Nov. 18, 1845. V A L U A B L E E X T E R N A L R E M E D Y . H UNT’S LINIMENT.—This celebrated remedy ismpw for the first tiilie offere'd to th'e New York .public; the celebrity which it has obtained in the county (Westchester) where it was originally introduced, has induced the propri­ etor to extend its sale throughout, the country. There has never yet been discovered an external rem’edy lhat. has proved so-cprtain in. its effects in permanently Curing the following diseases: Rheumatism. Swelled Limbs, Pain in the Chest and Back, Spvaips, Bruises, Nervous' Affec­ tions, Weakness in lhe Joints. Contractions ofthe Muscles, Burns, Suit ltheum, Croup, Ague inthe Face, Tooth Ache, &c. &c. Tliefollowins lettersfroin the highly eminent Physicians who ha-vc,had cjiarge oCthe Hospital in the Sing Sing State Prison for many years, is the most powerful evidence in fa- ' vor ofthis celebrated External Remedy, and is a sufficient guarantee that itis worthy'the confidence of tlie public.— For particulars, s.ee the certificates accompanying each box. Price 25 cents. . * S in & S ing , December 26th 1844. My Dear Sir: Received your note of yesterday asking my opinion in relation tojffuntls Liniment, prepared by My. G E. Stanton. Knowing its composition, and having frequently used it, I can recommend it' to you Jjsa safe ex­ ternal remedy, and-in my opinion the- best Liniment how in use. Very truly and respectfully, yours. * ~ A. K. HOFFMAN, M, D. C o l. P ie r r e V a n CoTra-iJLANDT. ’ 1 fu|ly coucur in the above opinion. WM. N. BELCHER, M. D. N ew C astle , Nov. 20, 1844. - Sir—My child was seized with a severe sore throat; the lumps on each side were abom half the size of a lien’s' egg. and closed her .throat so.that she could scarcely fireaihe.— At your recommendation I purchased a b ttleo f Hunt’s Liniment, which I thoroughly applied \to-thcr glands ofh'er throat; it operated like a charm ; a few applications-re- stored her to perfect heajlh. ihave suffered much from salt rheuin iu \my feet. T applied the Liniment, .and am happy to say that the soreness atitl distress which I have . experienced in this c impluint jwa.s entirety relieved- This valuable remedy should be in the hands of every family, ’ • AARON L. RYDER. . • Price Za cents per bottle. - For saie by ROBERT C. TRIV ETT only, ageot for Binghamton. n!5-ly. ~ . MEDICAL CARD. ’ O C T O R F A W C E T T , o f 196: F u l t o n s tr e e t, C o l le g e of- of C O T T O N Yarn, Batting, W ickingand W ad­ ding at No 3 Eznpira J. & C. ROGERS. New York Member ol the Royal •Surgeons, o f London and Edinburgh, Graduate of the Jefferson Medical College of Philadfelphia al­ so, author of a work embracing thO-folldwing sub-' ject? viz:—Matrimony,. Impoteney- and Sterility^ anatomically, physiologically, and medically ex­ plained, with a comprehensive exposition of the nature and modern treatment.of Syphilis, Seconda­ ry symptoms, gonorrhoea, gleet strictures,’ noctur­ nal emissions, and,. alMJie consequences arising* from self-pollution. - Doctor,Fawcett continues, his private consultations,on the above-mentioned dis­ eases, at hislong““»stablisbed office, -196 “Fulton street, whe;e themost aggravated forms o fall affec­ tions of the generative organs w ill yield to his mode of treatment, withoutxestraint in die. or excercise, and without mercury? \Even'when the procreative energies becomeforpidox paralyzed, from exces­ sive indulgence, or irom; masturbation, he wili be able to restore the parts to health and vigor. . Per-, sons at a distance, enclosing $1, can have a copy of the wbrk. All letters rmnst be post-paid; and directed to Dr. H. Fawcett, 196 Fulton street N* Y .. . nl5r6a* - 2 5 . 1 00 50 12* 1 CO 1 00 50 60 25 50 and 1 OO 1 00 1 00 2 5 25 50 12* 37* 25 50 25 50 a n d 1 00, .50 50 25 25 12* 50 50 1 a n d 1 50 ' 2.00 S a n d ’s S a r s a p a r i l l a S a n d ’s S a i t R h e u m R e m e d y R o m a n E y e B a l s a m ~ I n d i a n ’s P a n a c e a • • M c M u n i j ’s E l i x i r o f _ O p i u m , „ „ P h i n n e y ’s P i l l s M o f f a t’s L i f e P i l l 's _ ' / r‘ P h o e n i x B i t t e r s S h e r m a n ’s M e d i c a t e d L o z e n g e s u F e v e r . & . A g u e L o z e n g e s . . Dinner Lozenges “ Poor Man’s P lastej ' jayne’sExpectorant ‘ ' “ H a i r T o n i c “ T t m i c V e r m i f u g e “ C a r m i n a t i v e B a l s a m ‘ ' S a n a t i v e P i l l s D a i l e y ’s 'P a i n E x t r a c t o r H a v ’s L i n i m e n t f o r P i l e s W a s h i n g t o n E l i x i r ( o r D y s i n t e r y ; & c C o o p e r ’s C o r n . S a l v e M a r r ’s C o m S a l v e G r i d l e y ’s SaZt R h e u m O i n t m e n t D x . R u s h ’s I n f a l l i b l e P i l l s P h e l p ’s T o m a t o P i l l s “ R e s t o r a t i v e B i t t e r s M i l e ’s T o m a t o P i l l s Fahnestock’s Vermifuge ' Cheesman’s Arabian Balsam AllebasS’s BZk. SaZve “ C o u g h S y r u p “ Pile Pills . C a t h a r t i c P i l l s “ P l a s t e r s “ F e v e r & A g u e S y r u p W i n s l o w ’s B a l s a m o f H o r e h o u n d T a y l o r ’s B a l s a m o f L i v e r w o r t M o t h e r ’s R e l i e f F o s g a t e ’s A n o d j rn e C o r d i a l W i s t a r ’s B a l s a m o l W i l d C h e r r y R e s u r r e c t i o n o r P e i s i a n P i l l s J e w D a v i d ’s o r H e b r e w P l a s t e r E g y p t i a n B a l m F i s h ’s L i l y S v r n p L o n g ley,sG reat W e s tern I n d ian P a n a c e a D u t c h PiZIs, o r L i o n o f t h e D a y B isliorps’s A n t i - B i l i o u s P i l l s H i t c h c o c k ’s B a l s a m o f H e a l t h “ W p r m T e a “ C a t a r r h S n u f f “ M a g n e t i c O d o n t i c a “ H a i r R e g e n e r a t o r P a r k e r ’s P u l m o n a r y . B a l m G r e g o r y ’s P i l l s B a l m o f C o l u m b i a H i t c h c o c k ’s A n t i - B i l i o u s P i l l s C o v e r t ’s B a l m o f L i f e M i c h a u x ’s F r e c k l e W a s h L e e ’s P i l l s B r a n d r e t h ’s P i l l s P o s t ’s P o o r M a n ’s P i l l s B a d e a u ’s P l a s t e r s L i b b y ’s B i tte r ? N e r v e a n d B a n e R h e u m a t i c L i n i m e n t W i l k i n s o n s T r o m a t i c W o u n d S a l v e T h o m p s o n s E y e W a t e r H i l l s BaZs; H o n e y C e p h a l i c S n u f f H u n g a r i a n B a lsa m o f L i f e M c A l l i s t e r ’s A l l H e a l i n g O i n t m e n t “ H a i r O il T o i l e t O i l ' S e g u r ’s R e s t o r i l i v e P i l l s L a r b o r ’s E x t . L u n g w o r t C l o v e A n o d y n e , 'C e r t a i n c u r e fo r t o o t h a c h e C l i m a x S y r u p D r . F o o r d ’s P e c t o r a l S y r u p “ T o n i c C o r d i a l “ U n i v e r s a l P i U 3 H o o p e r ’s F e m a l e P ills' A n d e r s o n ’s S c o ts P i l l s G o d f r e y ’s C o r d i a l B a t e m a n ’s P e c t o r a l D r o p s T u r l i n g i o n ’s B a l s a m o f L i f e P a c i f i c O i l E d d y ’s R h e u m a t i c T i n c t u r e W a r r a n t e d E n d e r m i c b e a u t i f y i n g S o a p K e e 'e r ’s I n v i s i b l e In k C o n n e l l ’s P a i n E x t r a c t o r U n i t e d S ta te s P i ils O r i e n t a l P i l l s ' ' W a t t e r m a n ’s R h e u m a t i c P l a s t e r O p o d e ld o c , H a r d a n d L i q u i d , . E d w a r d ’s S a l t R h e u m O i n t m e n t M e d ic a te d C o u g h C a n d y W h i t e ’s S a l v e G e l a t i n e C a p s u l e s - , V e g e t a b l e (P u l m o n a r y B a l s a m C h a p m a n ’s S u m m e r C o r d i a l H a r i a e m O il\ L e B a u m e D e N i n o n o r TJhd F r e n c h B a lm o f B e a u t y K n a p p ’s S t r e n g t h e n i n g P l a s t e r D r . S m i t h ’s S u g a r C o a te d P i l l s w i t h m a n y o t h e r s n o t e n u m e r a t e d is a g e n t f o r m o s t o l t h e a b o v e M E D I C I N E S a n d w a r ­ r a n t s e v e r y a r t i c l e g e n u i n e . L . M . R E X F O R D . B i n g h a m t o n , F e b . 1 1 , 1845. ' ____________ Dr. Segur’s Restorative Medicine. D r . H e r z ’ G e r m a n V e g e ta b le HEADACHE: PILLS, ' P R E P A R E D by T i l b m & Co., N e w L e b t n ^ N . Y .— Among the n r i o m rem e d in b e t i i i ' the ptiblic there arc none whoee virtoee have bee* more cheerfully and universally acknowledged, aa being peculiarly we!l adapted for removing Headache* ■Sick H e adache, and the whole cltuls iff k indred disea­ ses by restoring a healthy tone and -action to the Stom a ch, from a disordered slate of which' arise moat, if not all the difficulties o f t h e bead. I t was the result o f m a n y years study and experi­ ence o f a n em inent physician, a n d was used by htia through • long and extensive practice; it ia a happy combination of vegetable substances, is m ild, safe, but effectual: H e a d a c h e .is a disease from which arises more misery to the hum an family than from alm ost any other, being insidious in its cburse, and not being directly fatal, is frequently neglected fo such a n e x tent as to im p air the general health, injur* the- constitution and induce dangerous diseases.— W hen there aire indications of an approaching a ttack of Sick Headache if an im m ediate resort be had to the Pills'fiie a ttack will be obviated. T h e n , i f * dull, disagreeable sensation of the head is felt, caused by a determination of blood to the head, o r in cases of periodical H e a d a c h e ; they will be found effectual in -curing and obviating tbe attacks. Food slpnild be taken in moderate quantities, hearty aod stim u lating kinds, and articles apt to produce acidity avoided. W hen the system has been a long tim e out of order* and a predisposition to severe and sudden attacks'* some little time with patience,- and constant use of ihe medicine will bo necessary, before full advanta-' fe s w ill -be d e r i v e d from it. They have been found e q u a l l y efficacio u s in D y s p e p s i a , In d i g e s t i o n , loss o f appetite, H e artburn, Giddiness, & c. Its soccest while used in private medical practice, aa well a* since it hasbeen before the public, affording Conclu­ sive evidence of its value, and the proprietors deri* rous of placing ft within the reach of every individual* have b e e n in d u c e d to reduce the price to twelve ancl a half eehts per Box. L T F o r Sale. by Robert C .' T rivett, 'B i n g h x m i o n * Canfield &. Steele, Union ; H. Jennings, Union Vi|. la g e ; W -. R , R o o t, C h e n a n g o F o r k s — w h e r e a m p l e Testimony may be seen. ' 32-ly. ~ W e s t ’s C l i l o r i n e C o s m e tic- A N D P I L L S , F OR the cure of Salt Rheum, Scald Head, R ing W orms, &c.~ Unparalleled success I T h is remedy has given relief in every case, a n d has cured over.two thotteand- nine hundred in t h r e e th o u s a n d . T h e above medicine is a rare combination of med. ica l re m e d ie s o f g r e a t v a l u e ; fro m its su p e r io r h e a l , m g p r o p e r tie s , a n d fro n t its u s e in m a n y c a s e s w h e n all other remedies have failed, not only curing but giving relief immediately-r-j.iisiifies us in saying tli.at it h, the most valuable and efficacious remedy ever presented to the puhlic in cases of Sail Rheuin Ring W orm, Scald head;, and al] diseases of the Skin and ploo.d. . I t is n o t o f f e r e d lik e m a n y n o s t r u m s o f th e d a y , u p o n th e m e r e rc c o m m e n d a t i c n o f tb e p r p o r i e t o r s , but upon the testimony of Physicians, em inent in their profession, who have not only examined the conipo. sition, but tested its healing virtues in their practic.c, and upon the testimony of others who have beeh relieved from % state of suffering, after having lried 31 !aH. other prescriptions in vain. 1 00 Tlie success which has attended this medicine is 31 an d .62* | wonderful beyond description. Persons with th* Price$ 1 CO 1 Off 25 • 2 00 25 25 and 37* 25 and 50 1 00 ^01 most inveterate eruptions covering the whole body 00 50 371 25 1 00 25 25 50 37* 1 00 3 ~h 50 and 75 25 J 50 50 25 25 12*. 25 75 50 & 1 00 37f 25 25 25 1 00 25 and 50 50 •50 25 and 50 1 00 25 50 75 37* 25 25 25 12* 12* m 25 and 50 50 50 25 25 25 ' 25 50 IS* 1 50 6 12* SKxand50 50 25 12* .50 25 25 The.subscriber “ B y attending t o a f a m ilid i f a c t, whichothers passed . unheeded, D r , Jenner relieved m a n k ind from one af themost destructive diseases that ever afflicted them ... A BOUT eight years since Dr, Segur firs: dis­ covered arid tested the properties o f this med­ icine, in a trial en himself, in a case of Dyspepsia. H js attention was immediately a,ttracted-by parti - ular influences and effects on the system,-Whieh he conceived to be both* new and important; and des­ tined to effect important results in fhe application of medicine.. - - : ThepuhZic are invited to m a k e a trial ofthis Medicine. .It is beZieved that there is no Medicine 'offered al this time equal to this, forthe cure o f N er­ vous Derangements in alKtsriorms—Hysteric Af­ fections ancLWeakn esses anthSuppfessioiis peculi­ ar tofemales^-BiliousComplaints, Costiyje aiid re­ laxed habits,bowel comptaints ip ehildren as welZ *s adults—dtzzin-jss ahd general affections' o fthe Head; Eafs-ahd Eyes—coldnessaxid no’mbness ofthe limbs,and want of .circulation in.-recovering frohi fevers bodily injuries, dr'* —paralytic indications 'aqd affeetiopsr-Seroffula, l#caZ swel lings, inflam­ mations apd Eruptions, Sore Eyes and other effects hflm i ure Humors. ' - • ■ Itis remarkably happy and thorough inxemoving the Hngeri n'geffee Is o l severe colds',tightness, tick­ ling catarrh?, and ofheFBronchialand Lung Affec­ tions; So often leading to permanent disease. _ - T he price o f the’above Med«cine, wh ich isinthe form ofPills, is25cts. A 50ets. per Box, Forsale by L .M . REXFORD, Agent. Binghamtqn. ., • . 3ttf AHNESTOCKS Vermifuge, a-sure remedy for worms with which and head, causing the hair to fall off and who have tried all the remedies and skill they could procure without any lasting benefit, have been in a few week* perfectly and permanently cured. Of this fact bun dretls of certificates could be procured, buLthey could not more thoroughly convince tlie public than th* testimony already adduced^- W hen men of the first respectability and standing in community think it their duty to incur the res- ponsibilily of recommending it to their fellow-Citizen* it is evident that there must be something more than common in its effecls. Itjs also equally appa­ rent lhat Physicians will not hazard their reputation in recommending a medicine not justly tested* nr which is unworthy of notice. These facts offer an argument so plain and conclusive that they-need only be mentioned to enforee conviction. O * For sale by Robert C. Trivett, Binghamton ; Sandford &> Steele, Union -; H.. Jennings, Union Vil­ lage ; W. R. Root, Chenango Forks—where ample Testimony may be seen. 31—ly W E V V B O O K S — F a n n e r s L i b r a r y foi Oct. J L x l T h e A m e r i c a n Shepard. P r a y e r B o o k s O h e e v e i ’s L e c t u r e s oh the L i f e arid tim e s o f B u n y a n 3M.50 W i l s o n ’s M i s c e l l a n i e s $1 , 2 5 . L if e of N c i l i e i o n . M« t h o d isf H y m n ’s. M ii t o n ’s c o m p l e t e prose w o r k s '$ 5 , 0 0 . Christian Psalmist. C r u d e n ’s C o n c o r d a n c e $2 . 00 . M rs . E l l i s C o o k e iy 12 1 2 cts. J ust R e c e i v e d at B E Pratt’s B o o k store. I f so many children] are WiZd Cherry. Wilds g K ter t r OH CM**, .afflicted. W istars Balsam Cast Oil Candy, Sai T h e gcnuio* article?, at EW MUSIC—Love Not 6d. Punch* Mazurkas Is. 9 favorite Polkas for la; Q,oadi-illes fromthe Bohemian Girl Is. '7 pu^ ces Irom Bohemian Girl 25 cts.1 8 Songs and Ballards by Moore 25'cts. “ * Jus'. ceived ai Pratt’s New Book Store; R. PH IN N E Y ’S FAMILY PILLS This .excellent family medicine constant­ ly for Sale by L. M. REXFORD, ;. . , Agent fa r the.proprietor. SICKNESS IN CHILDREN - A N D th e su f f e r in g w h ich th e y u n d e r g o frohi <(w o k m » ” -oftep ten d tp a fatal term in a tio n , w h ile lh e cau s e is n e ­ v e r s u s p e c ted . O ffensive b r e a th , p i c k i n g a t t h e nose g r i n ­ d in g th e teeth d u rin g s jeep ,' sta r ti n g in sle e p w ith frig h t a n d s c r e a in .irrcr,.tio u b le s o f D je. .<sougrh, a n d fcvei;i#h, ar© a - m o n g sam e ot the P r o m in e n t Sym p tom s o f tlie preteu c .e of w o rm s A lim ely use o f SHERMAN’S WORM LOZENGES W ill in iin e d ia tr iy rem o v e all th e s e u n p leasan tsy m p to m a , and re s to r e to p e rfect h e a lt h . S iste r Ig n a tiu s ,' Superior o f t h e C a tholic H a lf O r p h a n A s y lum has ad d e d h e r testi­ m o n y in th e i r fitvoi, t o t h e th o u s a n d s w h ich h a v e gone b e ­ fore. Shu states th a t th e r e arc- o v e r 100. children in th * A.sylum , a n d j h a t th e y h a v e b e e n in th e hab it o f u s in g S liefm a o ’s L o z e n g e s , and sh e h a s alw a y s (b u n d them to b e a tte n d e d w ith t h e tnost beneficial offccts. T h e y b«v* been p roved to b e infallible in o v e r 4 0 0 ,000 c a s e s , t CONSUMPTION, Infioenza, C o u g h s, Colcls, W h o o p in g C o u g h , T ig h tn e s s o f th e L u n g -s o r C h e s t n ia y be c u r e d . R e v . D a rin s A n thony w a s v e r y low from C o n s u m p tion, J o n a th a n H o w a rd, th e c e l­ e b r a ted te m p e r a n c e le c t u r e r , w a s r e d u c e d tn tbe v e r g e .o f th e g rav e \by r a isin g blood. R e v , M r . D u n b a r , o f N e w Y o r k ; th e R e v . M r. Dfe F o r e s t, E v a n g e list in t h e W e t t e r a p a r t ofifhisstare,.R :ev. S e b a s tian S tre e f e r , o f B oston,,ih* w ife o f O r a s u iu s D ib b le, E s q . in. M oray ia, and h u n d red s o f o th e r s ; have be4n r e liev e d and c u r e d by a p rop e r use o f SHERMAN’S COUGH LOZENGES, A n d no ' m e.dicine h a s e v e r been offered to th e pnhjic w h ich h a s b e e n m o re effectual in th g r e l i e f o f those d jsr e a s e s , o r w h ich c a n be re c o m m e n d e d w ith m o re confi­ den c e . T h e y allay all itch in g or irritation, re n d e r th* cough easy,.-prom o te e x p e c toration, rem o v e th e cause, sad p roduce t h e m o s t h a p p y a n d lastin g effect*. ; H E A D A C H E . . P a lp itation o f t h e H e a r t, L o w n e s s of.Spirits, S c a -siclrn e w , D e s iw n d e n c y , F a intness, -C h o h e , Spasm s, C r a m p s of th * (Stomach, S u m m e r or B o w e l C u m p l a i n t s , also a ll .th e A w , tr c s s i n g s v i n p t o m s arisin g from f r e e liv i n g , o r a n f ^ n t o f dissipation areq n ic k ty SHERMAN$ CAMPHOR LOZENGES: T h e y a c t s p e e d i ly a n d r e liev e in.a v e r y g h o r t a p a c e o f tim e , g i v f n g t o n e a n d r i g o r to t l i e s y s t e m , a h d e n a b l e a p e r s o n using them to u n d e rgo g r e a t m c n ta l o r b o d ily fatigue. ... . .-RHEUMATISM, A -L - « yVeak B a c k , pain and weakness in the Breast, Back, Limbs and o'Jtg r p a r ts of th e body qre speedily and effec- tually relie vccPSy SHERMAN’S POOR MAN’S PLAS­ T E R , whickcosts only 121-2 cent*, and if with jn the reach o f a ll.. S o .g r e a t has becomfe the reputation of this Jrticlejj that one million w ill not begin to su p p ly the animal de­ mand. Itis acknowledged to be the b esf atrengthahtn^ Plaster in the world. . •’ - * BEW ARE OF IM P O S I T I O N , . . , Dr. Sjierman’s Poor Man’s Platter has his name - w iihdi- recttdns printed on-the back of the Piaster, anda - simile of the Doctor’* w ritten. n u t * under th e dirs«s tions. . ftone-pfherfe arc genuine, or to be rslied on*' (Sherman’s Warehouse is No. IDS Nassau st. New TorlC. Forsale b y l.. M. Wexford, Binghamton-. > ' R