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C O J V S I J . M P f t O N ' HAS B6EN WLMPNART T H E G R E A T A M E R I C A N I N D I A N R E M E D Y . T H E c^bott^dED AJ»r> i h i b m p h a n t s u c c e s s w h ich Kas resulted from the use ofth is Great H e a lin g - m i P u r i ­ fy 171 % m e d icine, in the. cu r e -of Colds, Coughs, Asthm a & Consumption warrants the assertion, that, it is the most inflalliable xem e c lv in th e ' -w o rld, for a n y form o r s t a g e of Consumption-—ihe. worst and most hopeless cases. M a n y P h y s icians, nay that tfre human lungs w h e n once ■ulcerated n e v e r cat) be healed arid cured; but i f experience, and the testim o n y o f m a n y persons o f the highest standing and ch a r a c ter for veracity can be relied on, B r a n t s In ­ dian P u lm o n a r y B a lsa m has c u red m a n y decided cases oi ulcerated and diseased lungs— such cases as w e r e ca l­ led Consum p tion by the most skilfu l P h y s ician s , som e o f the most s tron g ly irial-ked and indicated case* ofu lcerated lungs— s u c h diseases as m a n y person* die ih consequence cf, every clay. . 1 ' T h e infallible add m o st wonderful. H E A L I N G A N D P U R I F Y I N G qualities ofth is best o f a l l rem e d ies gives to it curativevir- tues which no other Cough remedy possesses. It also possesses a ll the n e c e s s a r y qualities for facilitating e x p e c ­ toration. soothing and rem o v ing pain, ancl subduing cough, that other courglrm edicihcs have. • Thus, then, b y i f s com­ pound healing virtues (its absorbent, its pow e r o f e q u a liz­ in g the circulation rind secretions, its qualities o f c leansing and purifying the blood, of subduing cough ghd easing pain) it heals and crires u lcers in the lungs, as certainly as it never has f a i l e d to h e a l and cure ulcers or Scrofula, in tho leg s or a rm s, or an y other part o f the body. B R A N T ’ S I N D I A N P U R I F Y I N G E X T R A C T , is a preparation o f this great Indian remedy, w h ich )S Sim­ ilar in m e d ical virtu e to the Pulm o n a ry Riflsam , in all its p u r if y in g properties,, but, it-difiers' from the B a lsa m in not possessing, e xpectorating and nervine qualities, which,,- a r e only essentially necessary in Cough,rcm eclies,. ancl itis a S t i i o n g e k and m o re active p u r if y er o f the blood, vvhich, it w ill certainly p u r if y withont ashadovv ofadoubt,iu eve r y and oft Cases, w h e r e a f a i r trial is m a d e. ,W e warrant and g u a rantee, that a botile-of this (< preparation ” posses- e e s f o u r times .mote alterativeandpurifyingvirtues,iban a l i k e bottle o fan y preparation o f S a rsaparilla e v e r offered to thepu b lib.' A u d thus, b y Its purifyin g virtues IT C U R E S S C R O F U L A ! without, fail, in any in s t a n c e . and also, m a n y other ch r q p * diseases, vvhich are caused by derangem e n t in the §* 6 re- tions and im p u rity o f the blood, v i z : E r y s ip e la s / S c a ld H e a d , Chronic and Inflam m a tory Rheumatism/) Ulcer­ ated Sore m outh and Throat, N u r s in g S o r e flo u t k , U l­ cers, P i l e s , S a lt Rheum , B o ils, I n v e r Com/plaint, M e r ­ curial and a ll S k in diseases. And' a l j , cith e r cases— of conslihitional or secondary d i s e a s e s ofth e blood. It a l­ so, b y equalizing the circulation and s*fcreiions has p roved to be a specific in curing all debilit»ung w e a k n e ss-and oth­ e r derangem e n ts incidental to fem a les. T h is great Indian remedy is compounded and prepared exclusively from vegetable substances, and its wonderful efficacy in all pulmonary com p laints, and as a purifyer oi the blood, is the resu lt of practical Indian exp e r ien c e .— N o in jury has ever been done to a n y of the m a n y who have need it. either constitutionally or otherw ise. R E A D T H E E V ID E N C J B . W e here give a few o f the m a n y nam es o f w e ll’ k n o w n nnd respectable persons who have used this m e d icine,and who have voluntarily given certificates arid statem ents of important cu r e s . F o r full particulars o f e v e r y case here nam ed, and other w o n d erful cures, read the pam phlets. E v e r y agent has them. G.et, one, and you w ill be con­ vinced, if human testim o n y can convince you, that the a- bove is all a true statement of facts. AVe r e fer, in the first place, to persons w h o have been ihem sehes cured by the use o f t h is M e d icine o f the sev e r ­ al diseases m entioned in connection with their nam es.— W e therefore refer to General John D u n n in g , Ballston Spa, N . V . , vvho was for m a n y years S h e r if f o f tne county of Saratoga, cu r e d of Consum p tion. M r . Gilm a n D ickey , farm e r and wool m erchant, Elba, G e n e s e e C o ., N . Y . , Inflammation ofthe L u n g s , vvhich t e r ­ minated in Consum p tion. M r . J. Townsend, M e rchant, O v id, Seneca C o ., N . Y . , Incipient Consumption. M iss P p itcr , Piano Forte T e a c h e r , 23 H e rbert s t , N . Y . , Consumption o f s e v e r a l years. M r . R . Chapm an, M e rchant M iddlebury, V t ., long difficulty of B r e a th ing. M r . John R . Sm ith, M e rchant, L e e , M a ss., Chronic Rheum a tism . M r . R . N . Slim p s o n , Jobbing M e rchant, 22 W illiam St., N . Y . , Scrofula in the N e c lc. M r . J . C r a ig, M erchant, M e d ina, O rleans C o ., N . Y . , Salt R h eum . C a p t . E . K n a p p , 37 W illo w st. B r o o k lyn , N . Y . Scrof­ ulous E rysipelas, in both leg s from the k n e e s to the ankles. M r s . Sarah Barlow , Ballstan Spa., N . Y . , Salt Rheum , o f 15 years, in the face and eyes. A n d vye further r e fer in the second place, to the follow­ in g respectable persons who a r e know n to, and have stated that th e y have seen the happy results of the use o f this m e d icine in its e ffecting c u r e s on cth<:f persons,of such com ­ plaints and diseases, as are m e n tioned ffi connection with ih e ir nam es- W o r e f o r again therefore, for such, proof, to M r . S . J . Van Vcchten, M e rchant, C a t s k ill, N . Y . , for cu r e s of C h ronic Cough and Consumption.- D o c t. TV. J . Shelton, D r u g g ist, B r idgeport, Conn., for Consm n p tion. R e v . R . D u n n in g , Pastor o f t h e P r e s b y terian Church, a t Adam s Basin, Monroe C o ., N . Y . , Consum p tion, F e v e r Sore and Scrofula. D o ct. Rossm a n , 13 2 - H e n r y st., B r o o k lyn, N . Y . , for N u r s in g Sore M outh. Doct. Salm o n Skinner, corner o f C r a n b e r r y and H ick s St., B r o o k lyn , N . Y . , for Scrofula and E r y s ip e las of the e-yes, and*Scrofulous E r y s ipelas in the leg s . D o ct. T , M . H u n t, D ruggist, Auburn N . Y . , for cure o f C h ronic C o u g h and Eruptions, and a case o f Scrofula in the n e c k . A i r . M ilo Heath, M e rchant, Eastovvn, P a ., Scrofulous Eruptions of long standing, on his son. M r . S . J- Striker, M e rchant, 22 John St., N . Y . , aggra­ vated erupti >n, on his child, vvhich a celebrated Sarsapa­ rilla could not c u r e . Doct. George Fran c is, D r u g g ist, M iddletown, Conn., E r y s ip e la s of the E y e s . illr . T V m .B . H a r r is, Sheriff o f S aratoga C o ., N . Y , his w ife cured of Consum p tion. M r . John W a it, M e rchant, Ballston Spa, N . Y . , for H o o p ing C o u g h arid Consumption. M r . W . Chapman, M e rchant, M iddlebury, V t ., for the c u r e o f h i s son o f bleeding at the-lungs, w h ich term inated in Consum p tion — C u r e o f Consum p tion in another man, and-also a lady, all ofl whom the best physicians had given Up US INCURABLE. Messrs. J. Christopher, TV. W. Heioell, R . D. Howell, and Wm. M c L a u g h lin , G e n tlem e n , w e ll know n at R o ­ ch e s ter C ity. N . Y . , for Consumption and L iv e r Com p laint. W c could thus, g o on and refer to hundreds o f o ther per­ sons as respectable as the above named, from whom w e have r e c e ived certificates and statem ents, but i f these be not sufficient to prove_ all w e have said respecting the healing and p u r if y in g virtues ofth is Great Indian Rem edy ,then thousands o four r e feren c e s would be e q u ally as unsuccessful F o r Sale b y the follow ing agents: L . M . R E X F O R D and R . C . T R I V E T T , Bingham ton ; C H A R L E S SU M ­ N E R , W in d s o r . ' - _____________________ n ! 7 ly N E W LEATHER, H A R D W A R E , WOODEN-WARE AND FIND­ I N G S T O R E . A T T H E ,S I G N O F T H E PA D L O C K . G W , GREGORY, • would respectfully inform the inhabitants of Binghamton ancl vicinity that r.e hastaken thestore N o .-2 . E l y P l a c e , d i r e c t l y opposite the Phenix H o ­ tel, recently occupied by W .M . & J .E .E lv andR. IC. Trivett, where he is ' now opening his stock of goods, consisting of a splendid assortment ol Table knives and Forks, Tea do. Carvers, Forks and Steels, Pen and pock­ et Knives, bread ana but­ cher, do. Hay and straw do. Scissors, shears and razors, Briitania Tea and coffee Pots, brass and common Andirons, shov­ els and tongs, &c. &c. HOUSE TRIMMING ARTICLES, consisting of Locks, Lat­ ches, Butts, screws, brads Nails, Bolts, patent win­ dow springs and blind fas­ tenings, shutter and sash fastenings, &c &e. A general assortment of TOOLS for Carpenters a n d J o i n e r s , C a b i n e t a h d W a g o n m a k e r s , M a s o n s and Blacksmiths, S h o e Makers, Tanners and Cur­ riers, Saddle and Harness makers Tools and T r i m m i n g s o f e v e r y d e s c r i p t i o n . F A R M I N G T O O L S O f all kinds, together with a general assortment o f rope and cordage. SOLE A N D U P P E R L E A T H E R . Harness and bridle Leather, Morocco and. calf skins, lining add binding skins, together with a general assortment o f Findings; • STO V E S A N D H O L L O W -W A R E . Wooden ware, Willow Cradles,Wagons andbas- Icets, o f all descriptions &c. 1 - A ll of which he w ill sell as low as cad be pur­ chased in any village west o f the city o f New York. H e confides in a generous public for 4 share of pa­ tronage. , N . B.—AH kinds of PRODUCE taken at the Market Price, in Exchange for .Goods. Binghamton, Nov. 29,1845. / 36-yl. • -T* ARGE stock of.cioth, Cassimers and Sattinets JLJ selling cheapest in town, No* S Empire 'J . & C . R O G E R S . ~ THE GENUINE PATENT . G A L V A S i e m m Christies Magnetic ‘Fluid!! r f V H l S R e m a r k a b l e < ]i» e » r e r y b a » ; r e c e i v e d th e univcr-i i l sal ^approbation ;bfT the medical profession o f G iriiit DiitairTj bos n o w been s u f f i c i e n t b e f o r e - th o A m e r ican public to g i v e a f a i r test o f its pow e r and efficacy. T h e G a lv a n ic R ing* liav e lo n g hee.n used w ith perfect s u c c e s s in a ll ca s e s o f R H E U M A T I S M , acute or chronic, app ly­ in g to the head, face or lim b s ; G o u t, T i c D o loreaux, T o o thache, B ronchiths, V e f t i g o , N e r v o u s or S i c k H e a d ­ ach e , In d igestion , P a r a ly s is; P a l s y , E p ile p s y , F its, C r a m p , Palpitation o f tho H e a r t, .A p o p le x y , Stiffness o f Joints, Lum b a g o , Spinal Com p laints, N e u r a ig ia , G e n e r a l D e b ility, D e f icie n c y o f N e r v o u s E n e r g y , and all N e rvou s D i s o r d e r s . \ T h e i r extrao r d in a r y effects upon the system , m n s tb e W itnessed to be b e li e v e d ; and as a c e rtain p r e v e n t ive for the a b o v e com p laints th e y a r e equally to be recom m e n d e d . The Galvanic B e lts, Bands. Bracelets, A c . In-som e com p laints p f a v e r v s e v e r e ch a r a c t e r and of lo n g standing, th e powrir obtained b y the G a lvan ic R ings is not s u fficient to arrest the progress o f d isease, and ulti­ m a tely restore health . T h e im p roved m odification in the G a lv a n ic B e l ls,B a n d s , B r a c e lets, e tc., en t ire ly rem e d ies th is'ob jection ; an y d e g r e e o f pow e r that is required can e a s ily be obtained, and no d isease w liicltth e m y s terious a- gen t of G a lvanism can effect, w ill fail to be p e r m a n e n tly relieved.. C e r tificates h e a r ing strongest w itness o f the extraord i­ n a r y effects o f these articles, are d a ily accum u lating. T h e follow ing are m e r e ly offered as a sam p le o f hun drecls o f a s im ilar ch a r a c t e r : T h e first is an extract from an editorial w h ich appeared on the 24t.h o f June in tho A lb a n y D a i ly C itizen — Stanly Sm ith, esq. editor. “ .The. Patent. G a lv a n ic R in g s , w h i c h are m a k in g s u c h a stir in the w o r ldjust now, are a n o v a l invention o fth is age o f inventions.” * * * * “ W i t h r e g a r d lo t h e i r e f f i c a c y w e can sa y th a t tlwo o r three cases h a r e fallen under our notice, w h ich ha ve fa- v o n r a b ly im p r e s s e d ou r m in d s - T h e first is t h a t o f a l i i g h - ly r e s p e c table m e rchant o f N e w Y o r k , who declared to jis th a t t h e i r u s e s p e e d i l y r e l i e v e d ln m o f a - c o u g h , s e a t e d p a in in the side, and m any s y m p tom s o fa pulm o n ary com p laint, and h e is n»w entirely w e ll. T h e second that w e shall notice, i? that o f a young man nam ed Robbins, a resident o f th ip c it y , who abou-t one y e a r sin c e w a s visited with an attack of P a r a lysis, which .affected the whole o f o n e side o f bis body. W e accom p a n ied a m e d ical friend to- his r e s i­ dence, N o . 96 B e a v e r s treet,on Sunday, to e n q u ire into his case. W e found that he had been deprived en t ir e ly ofth e use o f o n e 'a rui and leg, arid that sensation-had been lost t o ­ the whole side of his body. Ho had been unable to use the l e g in w a lkin g , o r the arm iu eating, and tho physicians said t h e y could not h e lp him . W ithin the last two w e e k s he has worn two and four o f Dr.. C h r istie’ s G a lvan ic R i n g s ,. and used the M a g u e tic Fluid, and the effect upon his para­ lytic lim b s is astonishing. T b e deathlike coldness left them ,'th e num b n ess began to giv e w a y to m a n y sensations o f returning life and feeling, perspiration cam e out more freely, and be has been rapidly gaining, and w h ile before he w o re the R in g s , he w a s unable to articulate distinctly, w a l k or feed him self, y e t now ho talk s fre e ly, rid e s out, and forth e m ost part is able to help him s e lf. T h e s e c a s e s com ing to our personal k n o w le d g e , certain ly teslify to the m erits o f D r . C h r istie ’ s G a lvun ic R in g s a n d M a g n e tic F lu id .” T h e follow ing is copied from “ T h e O rphan’s A d v o cate and Social M o n itor,” the w e ll-know n publication im Bos­ ton, edited by the M isses A . and E . G . F e llo w s . P r e ju ­ dice m ust vanish w h e n such authority vouches for e v idence lik e the follow ing. It s p e a k s for itself. “ C H R I S T I E ’ S G A L V A N I C R I N G S .” “ T h e efficiency o f G a lvanism in the cure o f diseases, p a r t ic u la r ly th o s e e f f e c t i n g th e n e r v o u s s y s t e m , has! l o n g been ackn o w led g e d . T h e difficulty has been that w h ile th e p a t ien t r e c e i v e d a b e n e f i t i n o n e d i r e c t i o n , l i e w a s i n - ju r c d by the se v e r it y o f the shocks. T h is difficulty has of late been in a great m e a sure rem e d ied b y an im p roved construction o f the galvan ic battery. B u t the great desid­ eratum la y still b e y o n d ; it w a s to apply the galvanic power g e n tly and u n c e a s in g ly. T h is important object has boen accom p lished by the G a lvan ic R in g s w h ich have lately been invented, ancl have suddenly risen into much public favour. In relation to these R in g s w e have w itnes­ sed som e very practical results, unless w e w e r e greatly m istaken in the cause. One. w a s that o f an orphan g irl in our own charge,,nnd tem p o rarily in our fam ily,, w h o had been a great s u ffererer under paralytic sh o c k s , till she had nearly lost the use o f h e r lim b s. O n e o f b e rliands,lbr exam p le, was com p letely tw isted up. She has used D r. C h r istie’s G a lvan ic R in g s and the M a g n e tic F lu id w b irh accom panies them , for a few w e e k s , and she is now a lm ost com p letely c u r e d . W e could nam e other instances of p e r­ sons inpoor health, bein g g r e a t ly benefited, i f notrcstored by their use. W e are happy to testify to w h a t w e know , leaving the reader to j u d g e for him s e lf. T h e expense c f tryin g them is but little, and they certainly can do no harm. M a n y o f the sim p lest rem e d ies are, after all], the most e fficacious.” I t i s unnecessary to add more, except to state that tho G e n u in e G a lv a n ic R ings and M a g n e tic Fluid are only to he obtained o f L . M . R E X F O R D , n 4 4 - l y . * Sole agen t for Bingham ton. ' IMPORTANT. . B. F O S G A T E ’S A N O D Y N E C O R D IA L A SA F E and effectual rem e d y for tiie 8UM>1ER COM PLA IN T S , v z : Diarrhoea and CeoleraM o rbus; alEO Flat- u ent and Spasmodic Cholics. This invaluable m edicine for the above complaints surpasses any other rem edy now in use. Hundreds o f cases have come to the knowledge offihe proprietor, w h ere a s p eedy cure has been effected by the use of the Cordial, after a resort to the common rem edies had proved unavailing, l t has been ex'en- sively used throughout this State and elsewhere, fo r many years— has been approved, snd is u?ed in practice by a great number o fth e most respectable physicians, a s may be seen by their certificates and recommendations jaccompanying eaoh bottle. This m edicine is discovered to be a certain and effee tual rem edy forthe intestine diseases, p roduced by the drink­ ing o f the waters o . the rivers in the southern and southwestern s’ates, w h ich renders it o f inestimable value to those who re side o r travel in those sections o f the country. N- B. To secure ths public against deception, the external label o f each b ttle is secured by a copy right, which was.en­ tered (according to act o f Congress) in the Northern District of N e w York, on the 9th day o f Novem ber, Anno Domini, 1P40. A fac simile o fthe proprietor’s signature w i l'b e found on the outer label, o f each bottle, i f genuine Price, 31 cts. For sale by L . M. R E X F O R D , Binghamton, [i.SN ly S U R P R I S I N G R E L I E F A N D -P e rm a n e n t b e n e fit i s obtained in alm o s t every case of -C X suffering w h ere. Ur. F o lger’s R e m e d y i s r e c o m m e n d e d . It h a s been fairly teste d in th a t m o s t distressing com p laint a s t h m a , a n d h a s proved itse f to be a p e r fect a n tidote. It has been faithfully tcied in-C o n suinp ion, a n d h a s m a d e m o r e cu r e s than any o th e r R e m e d y fn th e W o rld, F o l g c r ’s O l o s a o n l a n , o x A l l - H e a l i n g B a l s a m . M rs. L u c r e tia W e lls, r e s id in g a t t h e H o m e for Sailors, 322 P e a r l S tr e e t, h a s b e e n afflicted w i.h a s th m a f o r t h e last 42 y e a rs, an d to s u c h a degree that it w a s thought o f ten tim e s th a t s h e w o u ld die. . S h e could n o t lay dow n tn h e r bed. s h e CO Jghed constantly, s h e could riot go up stairs, a n d r a ised a good deal o f m a t e r from h e r lungs. O n e bottle o f th is g r e a t r e m e d y has so far r e liev e d h e r th a t s h e i3 n o w com p a ratively w ell. W . C . G o w an, o t t h e tow n o f W o o d stock, U lster c o u n ty, e x ­ perien c e d m o r e re li e f from one bottle o f thia g r e a t re m e d y th a n from all t h e m e d icin e s h e had e v e r tak e n in h is life. 11 is d isease w a s a s th m a , arid he p r o n o u n c e s t h e Olosonaiam to be th e m o 3 t v a luable m e d .cin e to. t h e world- M rs. B o n d , th e wife o f Mr. W i.liam B o n d , th e celebrated B o ston C r a c k e r B a k e r, o f B ro o k ly n ,w a s afflicted w ith asth m a for 30 y e a rs. S h e o f tentim e s appeared to b e dying. T h e best inedical advice o f N e w -Y o rk a n d B rooklyn g a v e h e r n o mate* rial r e lief- A fier taking th r e e d e s s o f t h e m e d icin e s h e p e r ceived a very-gyeat a lteration in h e r b r e a thing, a n d in a w e e k o r tw o u n d e r its u s e s h e pron u n c e d h e r s e l f to be “ a s w e ll as sh e e v e r felt h e r s e l f in h e r life.” H e n r y J a c k s o n , residing in 13th s tr e e t, cam e fo th e s “ore in a carriag e for th e purp-.se o f obtaining a bo. tie o f th e Olosao- nian. t i e w a s so exhausted on h is'a r r iv a l th a t lie could not sp e a k . H e had suffered for m o r e than 30 y e a r s w ith th is dis- t.e s s ln g d isease. H e r e tu r n e d h o m e w ith a bott.e o f t h e r e m ­ edy, a n d in four d a y s a f ter com m e n c ing;its u s e , h e w a lked from 13th s t r e e t to th e office to tell his jo y a t t h e w o n d e rful ef­ fects o f th is g r e a t r e m e d y , a d s tance o f m o r e th a n tw o m iles, H e is n o w com p a ratively w ell. M rs. A r c h ib a ld ,35 W h ite street;..M rs. M c G a n n . 20 W a lk e r s t r e e t ; M rs. R o b e r t P . B e ll,.of M o r r is tp w n £ N .J.; Mr. W ilk­ inson, o f H o b o k e n , N . J . ; and h u n d r e d s o f n a m e s n r f g 't be given to prove t h e efficacy o f F o lg e r ’s O lo s a o n lan ,o r All-Heal- ing B a ls a m in th is disease over e v e ry o th e r r e m e f ly. S P I T T I N G O F B L O O D . T h is i s a d r e a d f u l sym p tom , it is u n n e c e s s a r y to say th a t it b e longs to t h e s y m p to m s w h ich often p r e c e d e , b u t m o r e pro­ p e r ly in d icate t h e p r e s e n c e o f th a t fell disease, C o n sum p tion. Y e t th e r e a re m a n y w h o a r e troubled with th is s y m p tom w h o do not take, th e alarm , a n d trifle aw a y th e tim e w ith th e u s e o f palliat v e r e m e d ie s , w h ile t h e disease c o n tinues its ravages,and th e su f f e r e r i s s o o n beyond tb e reach o f h o p e . R e a d th e fol­ low ing c a s e s o f c u r e p e r f o r m e d B Y F O L G E R ’S OLOSAON I- A N , O R A L L H E A L IN G BALSAM. E x tr a c t o f a letter-dated 19th M ay, 1815— 1 ■ D e a r S i r ,—O n th e 20th o f A p ril I w a s attack e d w ith spitting blood, b u t did no t tak e m u c h notice o f it f o r a w e e k o r m o re, thinking I s h o u ld g e t b e tt e r in a few days. I ho w e v e r 1 g rew w o r s e , r a isin g g r e a t q u a n tities o f blood, h a d a tickling cough, w ith a s e v e r e pain in m y c h e s t a n d left side. I b e c a m e so d e ­ bilitate d a t t h e e n d o f t h e m o n th,:th a t I could sc a r c e ly w a lk. I co m m e n c e d taking y o u r O losaonian, a n d f rom th e w o n iierful re l i e f a n d benefit r e c e ived from th e u s e o f tw o bottles, I m o s t h e a r tily t e n d e r y o u th is testim o n ial. I a m n e a r ly w e ll again. C H A R L E S R O B E R T S , 171- C a n a l a t M r s W ilby, t h e w ife o f M r F . W i b y , 133 W e s t 17th s t , w a s re d u c e d to t h e .verge o f ther grave by raising blood. All th e m e a n s a d o p ted for c h e c k ing t h e haem m o rrhage f r o m t h e lungs failed u n til sh e u s e d th is g r e a t r e m e d y . I t waK a; tended w ith im m e d iate e ffcef, a n d a fortnight a 't e r c o m m e r c in g t h e u s e o f it; s h e w a s a b le to atten d to h e r u s u a l- d u tiei a b o u t tn e h o u s e . M rs. T h o u b o u r n e , 352 M o n roe stre e t , w h o h a d b e e n trou- b led for a g r e a t leng h o f t im e by a s e v e r e cough, an d r a ised quantities o f b lood, w a s r e liev e d by one'bottle o f t h e Oloeaorii- an , a n d d e c lares i t to b e t h e g r e a test r e m e d y in t h e w o rld. D a v id H e n d e r s o n , CO L a ight s t r e e t . D e n n isX e llv , 26 W a ter stre e L H e n r y L iaboa,190 R ivington s t r e e t , G e o . W . B a r n e tt, for­ m e r l y o f N e w n rk, N . J . , a n d ; n u m e r o u s n a m e s c o a id b e a d d e d i f n e c e s a a t y . F o r s a le a t 106 N a s s a u stre e t , o n e d o o r a b o v e A n n , a n d at ; C h e e s e m a n ’s A r a b i a n B a l s a m , H A S long been kn o w n a m le p p r e c ia le d for the effica­ cious and p e c u lia r p r o p e r ty it possesses in r e s toring diseased action to a natural h e a lt h y - s t a t e , in e x p e llin g from the body t h e variou s forme o f hum an su ffering, and- thus r e v e r s in g th e doom o rth* a f f i l e d . D c lllff p r e p jrid in accordance -with .strict aad. w e l l establish e d ^ U e m ieaF lAWs, its r e f u t a t i o n ha» b e e n and still is onw a fd, a n d f t u ” ° w extensively- used in a ll parts o f t h e U n ited States. Could a multitude of recommendations be ofany use, It w o u ld be e a s y to obtain cred e n t ia ls and testim onials from thousands, o f tfie first s tanding m com m u n ity w h o 'have r e c e ive d ben e fit from thia B a lsam '; for all who h a v e used it liave been so w e l l satisfied that t h e y have advised th e ir friends to ( r y i t , & thus, s im p ly b y bein g recom m e n ­ ded from n e igh b o r to n e igh b o r , its efficacy has bpen so tested and proved t h a t it has .acquired tbe unparalleled reputation o f b e in g the m o st valuable fam ily m e d icine e v e r d iscovered . F rom m a n y testim o n ials in its favor, we copy the f r o llo w in g : C e r tificate from. M r . C r o n k . G r a n v ille , J u ly 2 7 ,18 4 2 . I h e r e b y ce r t if y that I w a s afflicted w ith tiro Inflam m a­ tory R h e u m a tism for-five or six w e e k s . I em p loyed a physician but r e c e iv e d no r e lief, my le g becam e sw o llen and b lack to m y body, to w h ich I applied C h e e s c m a n ’ s A rabian Balsam , and in tw e lv e hours i t w as more.com for- table, and in ten days en t irely r e s t o r e d lik e ih e other. I used o n ly Ih ree bottles WM. C R O N K . From the G iiid e to H e a lth . C h e e s e m a n ’ s A rabian B a lsam , the med.ical qualities of w h ich in red ii r in g iuflamuiion, in r e liev in g pain, in c h a n g ­ ing diseased action and restoring vitality, a re far superior to any preparation with w h ieh I have been conversant,and from, m y own rx p e i i e n c e can testify that as an antiphlo­ gistic rem e d y in local inflarnationj it is far superior lo any riling o f the lcind used or recom m e n d e d b y the m e d ical fucult> E x t r a c t of a letter to D r . C h e e s e m a n . M a k c e l l t j s , Jan. 13, 1843. D e a r S i r — I liave used yoUr Balsam in m y fam ily dur­ in g six or eigh t y e a r s . It is w e l l adapted to the cu r e o f chilblains, cuts, bruises, sprains, burns, cblds. sore, throat and influm e d lnngs. U sed according to the d irections, it is c o m p a r a tively cheap and efficacious, so far asopportuni- t.y*has enabled m e to test its e fficacy, a n d ! can confident­ ly sa y that I hold it in high estimation, nnd would ad­ vise e v e r y one to have at hand a bottle o f C h c e s e rnan’s Arabian B a lsam . Y o u r s , i c . J O H N S A N D F O R D - ” A C H A L L E N G E . — I h e r e b y ch a llen g e and d e f y any man on earth to prove that s u ch cures have ever beeii m a d e, b y any mnnr in any r e g io n , by the use o fan y known m e d icine, as have lately (teen perfected b y the use of C H E E S E M A N ’ S A R A B I A N B A L S A M . It is notorious­ ly know n that 1 have s o u g h t out, am o n g the poor, those hopeless cases, w h ich had been d e c lared in c u r a o le. A ll surgeons had forsaken them , and had given them up to die in despair. It is w e l l know n that I have boldly w a r r a n t­ ed the cu r e o f a l l these cases, and have su c c e e d e d , v i z : T n v e t e b a t e R h e u m a t i s m , and F i s t u l a — I n c u r a b l e F i s ­ t u l a , as it is called, w h ich n e v e r before w a s c u r e d by anv man. A n d now Ihe most horrible cases o f in v e t e r a le P iles and deplorable Fistula can be cured b y any common nurse b y follow ing m y directions. A l l ulcerated and rotten old f e v e r s o r e s — a ll gashed and inang/ed w o u n d s and m a n g led joints, m a y easi/y a;nd in a short tim e be cured_by this vegetab le com p ound. O n horse flesh, all ga s h e s , co/far galls ancl sadd/e gaffe, are cured so q u ick fy that no horse need be stopped from his Zubor 4 5 - l y T h e above m e d icine is for sa Ic l>y U . C . T R I ’K E T T , D r u g g ist, B ingham ion N . Y . and the principnZ m erchants and Drvergists, throughout th e .S tate .— R ich field S p r in g s , Jan. m u . __________ E. OHCESEM a N . M ’A L ISTER’S ALL-HEALII\G OINTM E N T . C h e a p ? M a r b l e F a c t o r y . Mrs. Hays, 439 Fulton street, Brooklyn. For sale also by L. M. REXFORD, Binghamton. Hwl3 T HE day will come when this medicine will be pronounced capable nf doing more good, clian any five remedies be­ fore the public. At pre ent, it is but par'ially known; the naif has never been told- Hut. when it shall tie tested in all the various department, of sickne s and d sease ; when its wond- e-fui virtues shall be developed; its pdwer over the maladies <>f men, seen aud felt, then it will be acknowledged ihat M’aI- ister’s At.-Healing Ointment bas power to cure more diseases than any'flve remedies before the world. This will appear plain upon a moments reflection.. There are two prominent reasons for this assertion: ’ 1st. That by opening the pores ofthe skin, it removes all hin­ drance to ihe full and free discharges of the Insensible Perspi- rati .n, and'.hu3 remove the grand' pause of nine-tenths of ihe diseases in this worid; and it is therefore as applicable to one disease as anoiher,to the livercomplaint, consumption and dy­ spepsia, as the sick headache and ague in the face, or to the asthma, coughs, fevers ancl bowel complaints, as the quinry Sorethroa’, bronchitis and croup, for they are caused by checkingthe Insensible Perspiration, in other words, in ‘tak­ ing cod.” - 2 d. 1 hatfor almost evety disease, there is a specificremdy; and although there are a legion of them recommended for the cure of thesame particular di ceases, yet how seldom is it that one out of a hundred do any good whatever. Instead, there fore, of being under the necessity of applying a great variety of cures, the success in each of which is doubtful, the AII Heal- ing Ointment takes the place of them a’l ; and by it 3 action upon the skin, throwo upcn the doors for the escape of all the humors within. To make this appear plain to all, suppose a person is afflicted with a cough, or a cold or consumption, or iiver com- plaint! He'seeks a variety of inwa-d remedies, but in no one does he find relic f, uuie-s it 13 ca, able of forcing off perspiration,which is but a momentary relief as the pores again close the moment the effect ofthe med.cinehas ceased. lt may be said with truth, that all inward remedies fail of cu:ing tlrse complaints six if not eiglv times in ten, the world over; a- cl yet a med.cine that will not cure at least half (he cases it is applied to, we call a poor remedy. Now what i 3 the cause ofthe above complain’s! We an­ swer, checked perspiroiion, in o her words ‘catching cold The skin then, and not the internal ogans, is out of order.— And we assert that unless the sk n is brought into healthy ac­ tivity, and ma e to eliminate the Insensible Perspiration free- ly and fu'ly, notall the medicines in the. world wilt save the consumptive from tneg'ave. To make our wotd 3 Irue.letus quo.e from a cel brated southern doctor, who wrote a labored treaties on pulmonary consumption, fie says: “bullet us re­ turn to the cunsid ration of the in lica iens ofa cute; Itis sim ply this: the res oration of the Insensible Perspiration. In uther words- to excite a natural healthy action in the skin.— This is all that is required for the cure of 9.-9 cases out of a thous nd.” Here, ihen, is »no'her case where the true princi­ ple of physiology is understood, and the results to be produced in sickness and disease, and yet not knowing any other agent than inward medicines to effect it. Physicians begin to see this, acknowl. dee it in their own hand writings, deplore it with much feeling but know of no prescription that will apply to lhe human cuiic.e to restore it io heilthy activity .-and hence their necessity tf s.ill administering inward remedies. Itis from this very fact that we clai .. for ihe All-Healing Oiotment a su­ periority over all other remedies yet discovered, Physiciwfi know of no other art cle, ihe World at la.ge know of no other— indeed th-rc i 3 nuother article that has such power over the human s'^in. And it is this power to open the pores by re,-tor ing the nervous energy, quickening the vital fluid within—that it is an instrumentof curing more diseases than any five or ten remedieswe are acquainted with. And in regard to consump­ tion and iiver complaint, we will make one remark, and we wish it to sink deep into every man’s heart: it is this: Tbat upon a proper and fair rial ofthe All-Healing Ointment, no gi/Od good results fiom its cure, that persons may as well cease all efforts afonfee: for not all the balms, balsoms, pills, syrups, <tc. &c under Heavens, will ever restore such S per­ son to health. We would be slow to make this remark, if we didnotpossessthe evidence to to establish it. Now as most other d.seascs are caused in the'same manner, it follows that the speeditst cure should he the same. ’ Branchittis, qaincy, sore throat and influenza, are Never cau-ed butby checkingthe Insensible Perspiration’. Ague in the face, beahache, earache, and'frequently toothache, are produced in thesame wav, viz: “taking cold 99 Fevers, also, and hesrfy every case of Inflkmatiori oftbe bowels, or of the stomach or lungs, is the direct result of checked perspiration.. Derides these, we may name diseases of the spine and of the nerves, rheumatism,'fever sores: ois eases of the chest, such as asthma, tightness of breath, pains, weakness, dyspepsia, -also- const'pati. n of the bowels, croup, cutan'ous eiuptions, afid all diseases of ihe skin: iri short, nine-tenths of tho disease's jn our country, are produced by this one thing—checked-perspiration. If it is not serious at first, it fiaally settles upon some vital organ when it is almost certain to result in death unless it is removed. The only-advantage the All-Healing Ointment has over other remedios, lies in this one thing—the restoration ofthe Insensi­ ble Perspiration. When this is done, ihe humors and impuri­ ties never remain to do injury. This wiil be seen by contem­ plating the following facts: let. That five-eigihs of all we receive into the stomach, pa 3 S 0 01 S,ugh the porcs oftbe Ekin>ln Insensible Peispirtation. 2d. That the skin cvacuies more matter than the lungs, kid­ neys and bowels put together. . 3d. Thatthe skin discharges more matter in twenty-four hours, than the bowetsdo in fourteen days! and that-by severe exercise, a man will lose three, four and even five pounds in ene hour. . r 4th. That the creator pierced the hnman cuticle with pores or small opening to the almost incredible number of 500 mil lion, making this the grand out-ie. oraU .he redundant matter ofthe body. 5;h That through these pores are constantly-exuding the bid altered and worn out particles of the blood, the humors ofthe body and the waste of the system.. n 6th. That to stop up these pores, twenty-four hours would cause instant death. 7th That sudden changes of weather and exposure to cold, close these pores in part, and hence the long catalogue of dis­ eases over the land. .8 h. That as the skin is the medium for evacuating all the humors oftbe body, we see the profound folly and absurdity of restoring to pille, drugs and other mixtures, to cure tho great majority of diseases produced by cheeked perspiration. 9th. That until September, 1344, there was no medioloe be­ fore the public that had pow»r to restore the Insensible Per- spirat.on, by impartim: vitality and nervous energy to the skin. 10th. That M'ALISTER’8 ALL HEALING OINTMINTis that medicine, and which,- by possessing this power,, Is effect­ ing more good than any five or even Jen remedies in this coun­ try. PRICE, TWENTY FIVE AND FIFTY CENTS. J . M’ALISTER A C O ., * . 168 South st., N. Y., Bole Proprietor. L. M. REXFORD, Agent. Binghamton N, T.. [tM ly r~|tEAS—The best and cheapest Tea in town p^n .L always be found at the store of , June »46. F W TOMPKINS: CONGDON 4k W H IT IN G , Marble Dealers,r Bingham ton, N . Y . beg leave to say to tbeiriargc cixclc of .customers, and the public generally, th a t they still con­ tinue their M arble Shop on. Court St., afew doors.east of the Canal Bridge, and that they are constantly enlarge ing their facilities for the accommo- da tion o f those who may need articles in tneirline. ■ In thebeauty and itvai durability of .the well as excellency of material they lurnfsh, workmanship, correctand appropriate letteringand carving, and fineness, o f finish, theyare determined not to be excelled; while theyare free to pledge themselves to the citizens of Binghamton, Brojome and the adjoining Counties o fthis State and Penn­ sylvania, that thev will supply them on as. favora­ ble terms as any dealers west of Albany and New- York. They have now on hand a well selected assort­ ment o f Marble, for Tomb Stones, Tables, Hearths, Paint Stones, Sinks, Window Caps and. S ills, dee.; and any rarer article in their line, such as costly Monuments or Mantels, they will hold themselves in readiness lo furnish to order on the most reason­ able terms. Orders frofn the country are solicited, and the articles DELIVERED, i f desired. , C o u n t r y P r o d u c e will be r e c e i v e d iri payment.- Binghamton Feb. 17. 1845.. L I S T O F P O P U L A R MEDICINES. F q r S a l e b y L . M . R E X F O R D . Price SI CO 1 00 25 2 00 25 25 and 37f 25 and 50 1 00 25 1 00 50 12* &c 50 and 1 1 Sand’s S a rsaparilla Sand’s Salt Rheum Remedy Romfin E ye Balsam Indian’s Panacea M cM u n n ’s E lixir of Opium Phinney’s Pills Moffat’s L ife Pills “ Phoenix Bitters Sherm a n ’s Medicated Lozenges “ Fever & A g u e L o zenges “ D inner Lozenges “ Poor M an’s Plaster Jayne’s E xpectorant “ H a i r T o n ic “ Tunic Verm ifuge 11 Carm inative Balsam “ Sanative Pills D a iley’s P a i n E x tractor H a v ’s Linim ent for Piles Washington Elixir ior Dysintery, Cooper’s Cor?i Salve M a rr’s C o n t Salve Gridloy’s Sa*t Rheum Omtment D r. Rush’s Infallible Pills P h e lp’s Tom ato P ill? “ Restorative Bitters M ile’s Tom ato Pills Fahnestock’s V e rm ifuge ' Cheesm an’s A rabian Balsam A llebasi’s BZk. SaZve “ Cough Syrup “ P ile Pills “ C a lh a rtit P ills “ Plasters (c F e v e r & A g u e Syrup W inslow ’s Balsam of H o rehound T a y lor’s Balsam of Liverw o rt M o ther’s R e lief Fosgate’s Anodyne C o rdial W istar’s Balsam ot W ild C h e rry Resurrection or Peisian Pills Jew D avid’s or H ebrew P iaster Egyptian Balm F ish ’s L ily Syrup Longley,sG reat W e stern Indian Panacea Dutch PiZIs, or Lion ofthe Day Bishaps’s Anti-Bilious Piils Hitchcock’s Balsam of H e a lth “ W o rm T e a “ C a tarrh Snuff M agnetic Odontica “ H a ir Regenerator P a r k e r ’s P u lm o n a ry Balm- Gregory’s Pills Balm of Colum b ia H itchcock’s A n ti-B ilious Pills Covert’s Balm of Life M ichaux’s F reckle W a s h Lee’s P ills B randreth’s Pills * Post’s Poor M a n ’s P ills Badeau’s Plasters - Libby’s Bitters Nerve and Bene Rheum a tic Linim e n t W ilkinsons Trom a tic W o u n d Salve Thompsons Eye W a ter H ills BaZs. Honey Cephalic Snuff * H u n g a rian Balsam of Life M c A llister’s A ll H e a ling Ointment “ B a i r Oil “ Toilet Oil Segur’sR e storitive Pills Larbor’s Ext. Lungw o rt Clove Anodyne, Certain cure for toothache C lim a x Syrup ' D r.'Foord’s Pectoral Syrup ” Tonic Cordial “ U n iversal Pills H o o p e r’s Fem ale Pills Anderson’s Scots Pills Godfrey’s Cordial Bateman’s Pectoral Drops Turlington’s Balsam of L ife Pacific Oil Eddy’s Rheum atic T incture W a rranted Enderm ic beautifying Soap K e e ler’s Invisible Ink Connell’s Pain Extractor » U n ited States Pills Oriental P ills W a tterm a n ’s Rheum atic P laster Opodeldoc, H a r d ai.d Liquid E d w a rd’s S a lt R b eum O intm e n t Medicated Cough Candy W h ite’s S a lv e . G e la tine Capsules Vegetable Pulm o n ary Ba'lsam Chapm an’s Sum mer Cordial H a rlaem Oil ‘ Le Baume De Ninon or T h e French Balm o f Beauty Knapp’s Strengthening Plaster ’ 25 Dr. Sm ith’s Sugar Coated P ills 25 with m any others n o t e n u m e rated.. Thesubscriber is a g e n tform o stollheabove M E D IC IN E S a n d w a r­ rants every articl.e g enuine. L . M . R E X F O R D . Bingham ton, Feb. 11, 1845, ___________ N E W Old. Favorite Store Corner of Court and Washington Streets (formerly occupied by R. A. Ford Co.) T H E subscribers hayejusZ received, the Largest New stock o f goods to b e found in this v icinity ■Consisting of a L a rge choice stock' o f D ry Goods Groceries, Crockery, GZass w a re, Boots &, Shoes H a ts and Caps Ac'. Ac. * SA L E S , tosuitpurchasers—A L L kinds of pro- due e>taken in. E x change for goods- - ’ __________________ S. A , N E W T O N A Co For Sale. S EV E R A L H o u se Lots, Eligibly situated in-this village,w ith or without Building m a te rialsfor sale o n long credit., ., A . DQUBLEDA Y. • Binghamton Nov. I I , 1 8 4 4 . 3 4 - *_s _ :____: __ ^ ___ _ __< ‘■i _ i _ • _ _____ CO 00 50 50 25 00 00 1 00 25 25 50 12* 37* 25 50 25 50 and 1 00 50 50 25 25 12 50 . 50 1 ar.d 1 50 2 00 31 1 00 31 and 62 50 50 1 00 1 50 37 25 1 00 2s 25 50 37* 1 00 3~* 50 and 75 25 1 50 50 25 25 12* 25 . 75 50 A 1 00 37| 25 25 25 1 00 25 and 50 50 50 25 and 50 1 00 25 50 75 25 25 25 12* 12* 12* 25and 50 50 50 25 25 25 . 25 50 12* 1 50 • 6 12* 25 and50 50 25 12* 50 L a n d i f o r S i t l e . sale the following Lots -J- L'iir the- counties o f U N G . To the Ladies in particular. - A ND to a ll who are desirous* ofa Y o u thful x f- pearance, or are.troubled with Pimples, Erup­ tion*, recent Freckles, Tanned or PRiEDana SHai- v e lled Sun, or Premature W r inkles, LE BAUM E DE NINO N, or T H E FRENCH BALM OF BEAU T Y, w ill *bfe: found thebestTem'edy ■ everyet- offered *o: the public. Price 50cts pr Bottle. For sale by L. M. REXFORD, only agent at Binghamton. 6 T O T H E L A D I E S . D E LAINS, Tfcpt, and plain, andCasbmers, to­ gether w ith a ll the most outlandish styles o l dress goocTs, cheap at BOYD A CROSBY’S Jan.27, 1846. M OLASSES, Teas, Sugar. Coffee Ac-rall war- , ranted good and soldas Cheapty u* at at any store in-town. '' 9 SE corner 17 scree 79 S W corner 29 132 “ , ' 35 166 S E ex. 5 acres 9 233 ex. 40 acres E end 223 246 S W part 103 293 S W 14 399 “ 13 56 ex. 8 acres N E 34 60 S E 14 61 « . 18 215 N W 10 226 N W 12 300 “ 7 373 4 415 “ 12 503 N E 19 530 ex. 32 acres N W B 124 N E ' ’ 60 481 5 1 2 of west part 25 291 S E 14 290 “ 32 322 « 26 271 N W 25 559 S E 9 347 N W 13 356 S W 6 375 N W 10 381. S W 8 Nichols S. W . Tract, W indsor. Lot no. 6 East half 51 Acres. 7 10 13 14 15 16 17 ! 9 i r West half u u 124 131 247 69 168 159 130 Nichols N. W. Tract, Windsor. Lot no. 6 89 Acres 7 121 8 51 , Edgar Tract, Sanford. Lots no. 3. 5, 6 . 8 , 9? 10, 11 andi 12, containing ubout 95 acres each Lot Watts Tract, Sanford. * Lots no. 1 , 4, 5, 7. 8 and 9, containing each a- bout 98 acres Carpenters 750 Acre Tract, Wind­ sor. Sub. 6 ex 6 acres N W corner Acres 5 N E part ' 20 4 S E corner 18 4 1,0 2 •< 14 Randolph Township, Sanford and Windsor. Lot no. 17, sub. 3, 4 and 7, containing each 80 acres 27, sub. 1 and 2. 80 acres each N W corner of 6 and 7, 15 acres 15 sub. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 , 7J and 8 , conlaing each 80 acres 22, sub 1 2, 3; 4, 5, 6 ,7 and 8 , contain­ ing each 80 acres 23, N W co'ner 50 acres Also eight lots in Great Lot no 16 in the Ran dolph Township, known as the “Wain- wright Lot” containing 640 acres Hammonds Patent, Windsor and Colesville. S E corner N W cor S half cor W of lot ass’* to Samuel Corp in f t ttnd Al- cot N surrey* T o w o . h M f | E Section— § 0 . N W com er o f 245a, b o d n d ed w e tl by Mction, | | , n e t no r th by lots !ot» 2 8 and 26, « a s t by lot 73 aud 74 north bv lots 70 and 68 . . ' * 29 acres, N W cornerof 53 acre* taxed to th« heira of John. Carpenter and bounded west by sectional, north by lot 71, east -by lot 30 and south by a 5.0 acre lot. Township 4, S E S e c tion^N o 2, S E deduct 17a S E .. 10 a. * 7 Township 7, S, 1-2 S W section in no 3j, N W of sub 2, 6 a; V ; v Township 8 , S ,W Section—-430 acres, north part of 630a, S W cor o f 3125a, w eatpait of said S W section, bounded east by Town line of Chemung. Township 8 , S E Section — 20 acres N W cor of 120 a, bounded.north and west-by sectional lines, south by lot line, east by 19,20,School* craft’s location. Township 10 , N survey Talmadge Tract, S E subdivision— Lot 19, 8 acre? S E corner. Lot 2 . Ransom Lot, continues location N W of 133 acres, bounded west by heirs of Ver- noy, south by John Bishop, east by J Holmes, north by Military line. No 29, N W 37a. No 60. N W la. No 63 N W 14a. No 64. S 'W 1 la. No 7 1 ,'N W 10 a. No 81, N W except 30&.N W , f3a. The above Land will b? sold on accommodating 7 terms. In the absence of the subscriber applicants will call on Henry Mather , or A. Doubleday jr. ■ , A . D O U B L E D A Y ? Binghamton, May 25, lg46. niotf T M P O F T A N T M e d i c a l N o t i c e J— Persons afflicted 1 w ith any o f the follow ing diseases, m a y fln d a c e r t a i t t 1 and sovereign and im m e d iate rem e d y in the G R E F N M O U N T A I N V E G E T A B L E O I N T M E N T . G landular s w e llin g s , ague in the face, sw e lled breM ta and sore nipples o f nursing wom en, bronchitis, felons and ringw o rm s,salt rheum ,scald heaid,and is an invaluable dres* sing for burns, s c a ld s and draw n blisters, s h in g les, e r y s ip ­ elas, piles, inflammation af the eyes, all bruises nnd fresh cut Wounds, fe.ver seres and scrofulous .sores. T h is O intm e n t has-stood the test d f c e n turies am ong the Indian tribes of North A m e r ica, and of more thau 40 y e a r s am ong the white inhabitants; and w h e r e v e r if is used, e ith- ci by the m e d ical faculty or others, it g ives the most unex­ am p led satisfaction, and perform s the most wonderful c u r e s . T h e principle upon w h ich it effects cu r e s in the above dis­ eases is lo reduce inflammation, and restore the functions o f nature to h e a lth y action; In no instance w ill it o r can it fail o f a cure, i f applied according lo directions. T h e proprietors are prepared tosh o w certificates to this effect, s ign e d by persons o f the very highest r e s p e c tability now livin g in the city of N e w Y o r k and elsew h e r e . T h e certificates are not old ones, signed by persons whose nam es are n~.t kn o w n , but b y m e rchants, hotel keepers, m e c h a n ics, clergym a n , & c , who are w e ll know n . T h e present proprietors o f th is O intm e n t w e r e induced to p u r c h a s e t h e r i g h t to m a k e a n d v e n d it, not from th e r e p ­ resentations of its great virtues simply, but from cures o f th e m o s t e x t r a o r d i n a r y n a t u r e that, f e l l u n d e r th e i r ow n p e r ­ sonal observnlion. This Oinimcnt is incomparably snpe- rior to any and e v e r y ointm ent before ihe public, and a l l persons laboring under any o f the above diseases, no mat­ ter how extrem e their case, can be sp e e d ily cu^ed b y I Ilfs O intm e n t. L e t sneh visit the gerioral depot, N o .3 8 C o u r t - landt st., and th e y ” w ill be satisfied, perfectly satisfied, that this is alt true lo (lie letter. Slate, c o u n try, c it y and town agents arc wanted through­ out the Union. Persons w ill find it ih e ir in t c r c s t s t o apply for agencies at oijcc. Addrc-ss Ihe subscribers, post paidf A R M S T R O N G & H U R D , Proprietors, N o . 38 Courtland street, N . Y . P r ice 25 c ts— F o r sale by agents (M e rchants and D r u g ­ gists) in a l l j ^ e country towns. A lso, b y L . M , R e x ford and It. C . T r ivett, Bingham ton ; H . H e m inw a y aud D . A . Stevens, W h itn e y ’ s P o in t; D y e r & B e a n , U p p e r L is l e ; H agam an & B irdsall, C h e n a n g o F o r k s . T h e above are al­ so agents for B ristol’s Sarsaparilla, B a r c la y ’s A m e r ican Balsam , P e a s e ’s Hoarhound C a n d y , and Fanhnestock’s Verm i.'uge. N . G r i m e s , of MarccIZus, Onondaga county, gcneraZ agent for the State. n20-6in Lot no. 38 41 N W t; (( All kinds o f Grain, Bntter'Cheese Ac., boujrbt *t the highestpriceat , . S .A .N E W T O N A C o . OU8 DeLAINS, A Other'Dress Goods Empire by lpaccaa; Bombazinesrand i for sale ^cieap kljNO.- 3. 10 Acres 10 20 79 24 11 24 18 12 28 Capenter’s 1000 Acre Tract, sub. 3, whole lot. 160 acres Carpenter’s Mile Square, south of no. 13 Ran­ dolph, southerly patrt except 49 acres S E pari, 153 acres Carpenter’s Mile Square, south of no, 14 Ran dolph, called Hotchkiss square N W corner, 50 acres 91 43 68 57 72 102 112 114 Lot 75 west half 64 Acres 178 except 12 acres S E 88 80 Whole Lot 128 128 N W 5 143 S E 25 146 “ 33 149 north side 82 166 S E 19 140 N W 19 150 “ 10 151 except 12 acres S E 116 McMasters East Half Township. Lot no. 3 N W 14 Acres 15, Whole Lot 254 M c M a s t e r s W e s t H a l f T o w n s h i p . Lot no. 6 1 N W 1'5 A c res 89 “ l 6 91 “ 24 49 “ 9 J a m e s C l i n t o n P a t e n t . Lot no. 3 N W corner 26 acres 31 “ 15 32 « 13 Coxes Patent. Lot no. 55 N W corner 2 1 acres C h e m u n g T o w n s h i p , 10,000 A c r e f Tract, or Fisher Tract. Sub. 6 whole lot 130 acres 4 und’d 9 10 “ 139 8 “ / 9 14 “ 9 24 8 28 “ 8 32 « . 8 34 “ a 36 “ 8 44 “ 8 40 “ 9 2 “ 9 T HIS is a great country, and whatever is made td add to its prosperity and the comfort and health of the people, more especially wbat tends to relieve the distresses of humanity, should be bailed as a public blessing. The greatest public blessing of tiie age therefore is Dr. PH E L P S ’ TOM ATO PiLLS—so acknowledged because they have re­ lieved more physical distress than any one or even ten medicines ever before discovered. This is no boasting.for now even the once greatest sceptic,and most faithless, have embraced them as tbe tiied,pro­ ved and most valuable general remedy for diseases arising from Impurities of the Blood, dyspepsia, scrofula, and all chronic diseases; also a substitute for calomel as a cathartic in fevers and all bilious affections. These Pills are not among those of doubtful efficacy. They have endured the test in millions of eascs.irfthe last six years,and now stand established high in the reputation ofthe public, in all parts of the United States, the Canadas, and Texas; being extensively prescribed by the medical faculty wherever they have been introduced. Duringthe last lour years,more than twomillions of boxes of these Pills have been used, with the most desirable resit its, and in many cases producing most extraordinary cures. All that is req ired of tfie, invalid is to get the genuine Pills arid use ac­ cording to the directions, and health willbe restored and strength and cheerfulness. See that the signa­ ture of G. R. Phelps, M. D. is on the label. f ^ F o r list of agents, see advertisement of Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment. n20-6m B RISTOL’S BALSAM,—The most celebrated medicine in existence, for the speedy and per­ manent cure tor Coughs, Colds and Consumptions. Every person who. has ever use , Bristol’s Balsam of Hoarhound, pronounce it the best article ever in­ vented; and so justly celebrated has it become,that the market is already full of imitations, counterfeits and most dangerous compounds, under the name.of Balsam of Hoarhound. Therefore always be care­ ful to call for Bristol* Balsam, and see that his writ­ ten signature, is on the outside label of the bottle. The public are referred to recommendations in the hands of the agents, which are sufficient evi­ dence ol the value of the medicine, and a trial of its virtues is all that is necessary to convince any one of its extraordinary qualities. •Mark—This invaluable medicine has been now some twelve years before the public, and without any effort on the part of the proprietor, its sale Jias become very extensive and is daily increasing.— The low price at which the medicine,is soltl(25 cfs) enable;- ail to partake of its healing qualities. fdr’T’or list of agents, see advertisement of Green Mouiitain Vegetable Ointment. n20-6m ~ F O R B U F F A L O . ~ C h e m u n g T o w n s h i p . Lot no. 4, Chem u n g Tow n s h ip, tub. 6 N W corner, 4 acres. Lot no. 155 N E cor 33a. Lot no 158 S E cor 10a, Lot no 158 N E cor 20a. Lot no 157 N £* cor 5ft. . I/H no 174 N E cor 59a. Lot no 14 N W cor 9a. L o t i l l S E cor 17a. Lot.no 126 S E cdf 10a. Lot no 126 S W Cor 206, 127 S W , ‘ jB>r 33a Lot no 129 N E cor 17a, Lot Ho 136 S E cor 12a.. Lot no 151 und’d, of30a N W cor 12a. L o t n o . 15:1 S E of 85a ap- ’ pended td S Hutchin&b, 14a. L o t bh 151 diid’d of 16a N W I i a . , L b t no 151 afU’d'to L- Quick, 4k. L o t no 151S W of :550k as­ sessed as E . Williatns’j boanded north by T. G. Evans and A. ThbinpedD, cast bk G. Den­ ton. sooth by CheaitiBgi.wfest by 147a owned -J»y Williams,r:beio(^*69a. W a t k i n s a n d F l i n t t W c h a s e , T o W n - sn i p I , n . e . ’s e c tio n . JDbiftfd . ' 7 ' 7 ' Tostmsltip 3, S W ftffiaioa—-Lot no 34, 17a, N “Binghamton and Baffalo Line.” A BOAT of the above line., well fitted for. pas­ sengers arid freight, will leave Binghamton for Buffalo direct, EVERY TUESDAY during the. season. , ^ This line will run in connexion with a daily line of steamboats and Propellers on the Lakes.— Particular attention will be giveh to the comfort .Pa*sen8ers on tt*6 Toute and\ every assistance will be rendered at Buffalo, to enable them to get comfortable accommodations on the Lakes,at mod, erale charges. Bingham ton, >846. 2tf _ \ ANDERSON a CO. Proprietors. *' HUBBARD, Agent, Buffalo. A. C. CULVER, « Utica.. . C-McKINNEY, “ Binghamton.. , The very best Medicine in use!! I SvDr, Chapmans Summer CordiaMor the cured! Dysintery, Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus, Sum- £ier £ ? “ plaii?tSj als0 F ^ tulent and Spasmodic Cho­ lic. i his medicine is prepared from a veritable pre- scriptionof the Celebrated Dr. Chapman b f Phila- delphia and-is really and frilly the best remedy for the awiye complaints now in use. Every family should keep a bottle on hand as it invariably re- licves the. sudden attacks^ which most frequently chariteierise the commenceinferit of the above dls- ea** , Trice IS* cts and 37* cts pr Bottle. , 3 f o r Sale only by L . M . REXFORD; CASH PAID rs-; ■EVGft .OATS.-i-The highest Market Price Paid A C M OSfiAN ? L A N D S F O R S A L E . • ; subscriber offers tor himaelf aitf Joeepb S: i( Bosworth, the following'parcel# 'o f LA N D forsale: - ■ '■ 7 ' TH E JSDGAR T R A C T ,, containing 1310 acres, divided into twelve - Lois, lymg 7 tbe the town of Sanford, -adjojniag tbe' Pennsylvania line. Also easterit^ h a K o fuik . ^ - W A t f t S TRACT?, ? ~ mg adjoining, embracing n fneLbts. 1 above lalfiiH are well adapted ib r ' F krniing and w411. b | :wddvott veir^lreaiaiudSe ' A? DOtJBLRDAY. Bivgfcamton, March 9 , - 51tf

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