Broome Republican
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Title: Broome Republican
Uniform Title: Broome Republican (Binghamton, N.Y. 1822)
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Morgan, Augustus, 1783-1869
Canoll, Abial C
Evans, Edwin T
Cooke, Benjamin T
Publisher: Morgan & Canoll
Place of Publication: Binghamton N.Y
Creation Date: February 2, 1837
Publication Date: -1862
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Binghamton (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broome County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- Broome -- Binghamton
Coordinates: 42.102222 x -75.911667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1822.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 41, no. 1 (July 9, 1862).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Apr. 7, 1826> called also <whole no. 1).
General Note: Publishers: Morgan & Canoll, <1826-1828>; Canoll & Evans, <1831-1835>; Canoll & Cooke, <1835-1837>; B.T. Cooke, <1846>; William Stuart, -1862.
General Note: Editors: Augustus Morgan, <1822>; Abial C. Canoll & Edwin T. Evans, 1830-1835; Abial C. Canoll & Benjamin T. Cooke, 1835-1841, William Stuart, -1862.
General Note: Whig, <1835-1837>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 43 (Apr. 7, 1826).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09775849
lccn - sn 83031041
System ID: UF00073653:00001
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Related Items: Binghamton daily Republican (Binghamton, N.Y. : 1849)
Preceded by: Broome County Republican
Succeeded by: Broome weekly Republican

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T IHE summer term of this Institution will com-
mence on the llth of May next, in the house of
Dr. WVest, to be continued after the 1st of June in the
new edifice erecting for this purpose. Connected with
this building, and to be used as a boarding establish-
ment, is the large and commodious dwelling house of
. the Rev. Mr. Lockwood.
.About these buildings are large play grounds, which,
together with the beauty and healthfulness of the sit-
uation, commends this school to the notice of parents
wishing to send their children abroad for purposes of
education. The school is to be taught by Mrs. ROOT,
assisted by Miss KELLY, educated at the Schenectada
Female Seminary, at which she obtained a high re-
putation both as scholar and teacher. Respecting the
qualifications of Mrs. Root as a teacher of young ladies,
and Principal of such an institution, the Trustees refer
to her distinguished success as teacher in New Eng-
land, and to those parents who have patronized her
since her residence in this village.
By the liberality of gentlemen in this village,
Globes, Philosophical and other apparatus will be
The teachers will board in the family with the
scholars. It will be the aim of the Principal, not
only to guide the minds of her pupils during the
hours of study, but also to exercise a parental super-
vision at all times over their health, manners, and
moral habits. The academical year will be divided
ato two terms of twenty-three weeks each.
For Reading, Writing, Geography, English Gram-
mar, Arithmetic, Composition, Rhetoric, History,
Philosophy, Chemistry, Botany, Geometry, and Al-
gebra, per term, $8 00
French, 8 00
Latin and Greek, 8 00
Music and use of Piano, 20 00
Drawing and Painting, 8 00
Oil Painting, 2 00
Needle Work, 2 00
Board per week, 1 50
Washing per dozen, 50
The summer term wvill close with a public examina-
tion, and the winter term will commence after a va-
cation of two weeks-on the 2d day of November.
By order of the Trustees.
Rev. Peter Lockwood, Air. Richard Mather,
Mr. Elias Hawley, Edward Kellogg,
Oliver Ely, Julius Page,
Hamilton Collier, Cary Murdock,
Orville Stephens, Silas West,
Ammi Doubleday, J. T. Doubleday.
The Trustees also refer to the following gentlemen,
in regard to the character of the above named Insti-
Rev. Charles White, Owego, N. Y.
Rev. Timothy Ston. Montrose, Pa.
SRev .. Millkr, Hart, ,lI. Pa.
Rev. Wm. A. Orton, Lisle Village, N. Y.
Rev. Zenas Riggs, Candor, N. Y.
JRev. Marcus Ford, Newark Valley. N. Y.
Rev. Thomas H. Skinner, D.D. New York city.
Mr. Roe Lockwood, 415 Broadway, New York.
Biughamton, June 16, 1836.

N consequence of the increased demand for the
bers have made large purchases, and are now pre-
pared to supply all demands for these celebrated and
useful Stoves. They are recommended as superior
to any now in use in point of economy and conven-
ience. The public are invited to call at their Stove
Wareroom, in their Hardware Store, and examine
-them before purchasing any other kind.
Binghamton, Oct. 6, 1836.

H AS received and is receiving form New York an
Extensive assortment of
Sembracing every varietyof )both staple and fancy that
-are generally enumerated in pulling advertisements
and handbills; all of which will lie sold as cheap, if
not cheaper, than can be bought in this village. Per-
sons wishing to purchase GOODS, will at least be
profited by enquiring the prices and examining the
-quality of his Goods before they purchase elsewhere.
The partnership of C. Eldredge & Son expired by
limitation on the 1st instant. Those having accounts
ivith that firm that aire past due, will please call and
settle with the subscriber, who is authorised to receive
the same. C. ELDREDGE.
Binghamton, October 27, 1836.

711 HE subscribers beg leave to announce to their
customers and the public generally, that they are
now receiving.their stock of FALL AND WINTER
GOODS, consisting of
and all articles usually to be found in a countrystore,
being the largest assortment, and greatest variety.
ever offered in this market; and which can and WILL
'be sold at prices lower than at any other establish-
ment in the village. Their friends and customers are
..requested to call, examine, and Frove the assertion,
before purchasing elsewhere.
Binghamton, Nov. 3,1836.
R EADY MADE CLOTHING.-A large assort-
s mentof all kinds of ready made Clothing, just.
received, .and will be sold at great bargains, -by
Oclober 6. BRAGG, BROWN &. CO.

T HE subscriber has removed his Drug and Med-
icine Store to the Eagle Eagle Building, where e has
for sale an extensive stock of
which he will sell lower for ready cash than ever be-
fore offered in this village.
He has made arrangements with several large deal-
ers to receive all kinds of popular Patent Medicines
which are offered in the New York and Philadelphia
markets, so that a general assortment may at all
times be had by calling at the sign of the Mortar.
Binghamton, Nov. 26, 1835.


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k- ..... .....BROOME COUNTY,

N. Y.

THE subscribers now offer their large stock of
-LStoves forsale. and they invite the public to call
and examine them at their
They have been, during the last summer, at great ex-
pense in selecting the most approved patterns, and
are confident their Stoves will bear comparison with
any now in market. They will not "acknowledge"
that their Stove Trimmings are-surpassed by any
others; on the contrary, they are manufactured by
skillful workmen, and are surpassed by none in market.
This matter is confidently left with purchasers to de-
cide. The following are a part of their assortment.:
Stanley's Rotary Cooking Stove.
Pratt's 4 boiler do. do.
do. Novelty do. do.
French's Conical do. do.
Rathbone's Union do. do.
Pratt's Parlor Stoves, with Urns.
Nott's Coal Stoves. Olney's do.
Also-Door'Franklins; Oven Stoves, Box Stoves ;
Six-Plate do; Boiler Top do.
Likewise, Russsa and English Stove Pipe; Hol-
low Ware; Sheet Iron ; Brass Kettls-; Copper and
Composition Tea Kettles; Clay and Iron Furnaces;
Stove Blacking, &c. &c. VW.H. PRATT & CO.
Binghamton, October 6, 1836.
T HE subscribers having purchased the entire stock
of M. Wygant, have added thereto a complete
assortment of
Such as Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Satinetts,
and Flannels ; plain and fig'd Merinos and Circas-
sians; a large assortment of Merino, Worsted, and
Silk Shawls; Bombazins and Camlets.
Together with every variety of new and fashionable
Goods, directly from New York. They have also
added a complete assortment of
To wit: L.oaf,.Lump & Brown Sugars; Old Hyson,
Young Hyson, and Imperial Teas; Molasses; St.
Domingo ani Java Coffee; Pimento, Cassia, Cloves,
Nutmegs, Soap, Candles, Starch, Plug and Paper
Tobacco, etc. etc.
Their Liquors consist of Cogniac. Signet & Amer-
ican Brandy: real Holland and Country Gin: St.
Croix and new Rum.
All of which will be sold at the lowest Cash prices.
The public are respectfully invited to call, examine,
and judge for themselves.
E. S. HART & CO.
Binghamton, Dec. 8, 1836.
No. 5 Court-st. Binghamton, by
And by their Agents throughout the U. States.
F ANCY GILT BUTTONS ; plain gilt, orange
fancy gilt vest, and common do.; Prunella flexi-
ble shank do.; common coat and vest do.; Pearl coat,
vest, shirt and overcoat do.; prunella, ivory, japan'd
and youth's size do.; suspender and pantaloon do.;
hone, horn, tin rimm'd and japau'd do(; bone and ivo-
ry do.; Dexter's best lb. Thread; Sayle's do.; hun-
dred skeins, spools and balls, and patent linen ditto;
sewing silk and silk and cotton braids; galloon bind-
ings; twilled linen and cotton and common tapes,
blk ind white; boot, shoe and corset laces and rings;
neck stocks and gloves; Ladies' satin beaver hats;
satin muffs; India rubber suspenders, all prices ; girth
and spring web do.; worsted, knit and cotton do.,
Ivory Combs ; horn dress, wood pocket, quill'd back
grailed tooth side and common do.; hooks and eyes;
blk and white ; percussion caps ; sparables; side andI
top thimbles; silver plated and hrittania spoons 1 dirk
and pocket knives ; shears and scissors; best Ger-
rman pins; common and large do.; knitting pins;
drilled and silver eyed needles; lead pencils and cray-
ons ; Harps assorted sizes ; razors and straps ; fancy
and coinmon shaving soap ; shaving and tooth brush-
es; pencil points ; Peruvian steel pens; snuff boxes;
cologne water; antique oil; genuine bear's oil; opo-
deldoc ; oil snap; British and Harlaem oil; Spanish
and half Spanish segars; a general assortment of
Watches and Jewelry,
Watch Keys, Seals and Chainsi gold guard and
plated do; silver and plated pencils; gilt and Ger-
man silver do.
The above goods 'will be sold at the lowest manu-
factory prices. Merchants and Pedlars are respect-
fully solicited to call and examine themi;
Binghamton, Dec. 1,1836.
5K( Doz. Ames's" Strapped Shovels, for sale at
5J tae hardware store, by
July28. .. -" W. H. iRATT& CO,.

T HE undersigned have commenced business in
this village in the general Mercantile line, and
are now receiving theirfall and wintersupply.. In the
selection of their GOODS, no pains have been spared ;
and they trust that their assortment will be found on
an inspection, well deserving public confidence.
Believing that it will not only promote their own
interests, but also give satisfaction to the public, they'
have resolved that in every case they will ask but one
price, and require ready payment either in cash or
produce. This may perhaps be a difficult principle to
act upon, but they hope that experience will prove that
it will he the safest for both purchaser and seller.
They will put their goods at the ve'y lowest prices
for which they can be afforded-; and that price, and
no other, will be required or accepted.
The economy of time, and the security against any
risk of overcharge which this principle will afford,
cannot fail to recommend it to a discerning public ;
as at a store conducted upon this system, the young-
est or most unskilful can feel confident of dealing as
advantageously as the oldest and most experienced
Their Wines, Teas, Sugars and Coffee, were pur-
chased from some of the first importing houses in the
city of New York. Their stock of Wines, consisting
of Madeira, Sherry, Malaga and Claret, is unusually
large. They pledge themselves for their purity, and
of affording them at lower prices than Wines of sim-
ilar qualities were ever offered in this section of coun-
try. The Claret is in cases, and the other WVines in
casks of about fifteen and thirty gallons to suit house-
keepers and Tavern-keepers.
SThey have likewise supplied themselves with an
extensive assortment of the newest MUSIC, selected
with much care, which they will sell at the publishers'
Cash will be paid for-most kinds of produce.
.Binglihaton, October 13, 1836.
T HE subscribers would respectfully inform the
L citizens of Binghamtou and vicinity, that they
have received their winter supply of
Among which may be found Ladies' prunella, calf,
seal and morocco Boots ; prunella, kid, morocco -and
seal Slips ; India-rubber and watcr-proof Overshoes;
kid, morocco and calf thick soled Walking Shoes.
Misses' prunella, calf, seal and morocco Boots; kid,
morocco and seal Slips ; India-rubber & water-proof
Overshoes; kid, callf, seal & morocco Walking Shoes.
Children's reld,blue, green & yellow prunella Boots
and Shoes; morocco, calf, seal and kid Shoes. Also.
children's thick shoes for winter.
Men and Boys' cow, kip, calf anli'seal Boots and
Shoes-= cow, kip and calf Brogans; ,", 'kip and calf
Low Shoes and Dancing Pumps; India-rubber, water
proof and cow hide Over-shoes.
The subscribers will carry on the
as usual, and high heeled Boots will be worked Iup to
perfection. Mending and all sorts of work done at
short notice. Orders from a distance strictly attend-
ed to.
Qy Oats, wheat, rye, and almost all kinds ofcoun-
try produce, taken in payment for Boots and Shoes.
Binghamton, November 17, 1836.
O F all sizes, for sale at Evans' cheap cash store.
Two year's trial has fully demonstrated the su-
periority of this Oven over all others now in use.
THE undersigned has a number of
eSg Dwelling Houses to rent.
Sept. 20. 1). S. DICKINSON.
The subscriber has several Village Lots
forsale, with or without Houses. IHe has
also tlouses to let. EI.IIU ELY.
Binghamton, April 21, 1836. -
FOR SALE, a very good lot in Coles-
ville, part of lot No. 60, Hammond's Pat-
Cuent, containing 92 acres of land, a part of,
which is under improvement, now in pos-i
session of Marshal Aiker. Thereis a small dwelling'
house upon the premises. JOHN A. COLLIER. "
Binghamton March 5, 1835.
colds, whooping cough, Asthma, &e. o
i. dizziness, lowness of the animal spirits, &uc.
acThe above valuable Medicines are for sale bv
September 29. L. M. & G. It. REXFORD.
V EILS.-A large assortment of white and black
Lace Veils; green, black and white Gauze do.
just received and for sale, cheaper than ever, by
September 22. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.

G OC EIHES.-''he subscribers have now re-
ceived their extensive assortment of Groceries,
consisting of Molasses; lonafand hbroni Sugars; Tea;
Coffee; paper, plug and Cavendis Tolbacco; Mac-
aboy and Scotch Snuff; box and keg Raisins ; Sap
Pepper; Allspice; Cinnamon; Nutmegs; Cloves
Indigo ; Rice; Ginger; Alunm; Epsomu and Glauber
Salts; Mustard; Copperas; Madder; Nicaragua;
Logwood and Saltpetre. Also,
Samos, Madeira and Muscat WINES; Brandy,
Rum and Gill, all of which will lie sold very low at
their cheap cash store, II. &.A. .1. EVANS.
HE subscriber, a practical Surveyor. woul'in-
form the citizens of Binghamton and vicinity, that he
has located himself in the village of Binghamton, afld
still hereafter devote his exclusive attention to the
business of Surveying.
Birighamton, March 10, 1836. mlOff
T IHE subscribers have this day taketh inbto co-
partnership. SAMUkL BROWN, JtiT. The btusiness
will be continued as usual, at the old siabd, under
the firtm of BRAGG4 Baown & Co.
Birigbiamto.i, Aug. (6,t o 6,-


IN announcing the commencement of their next
-session, which will take place on the 9th ofJati-
uary. 1837, beg to convey to the friends of this es-
tablishment their unfeigned thanks for the libertil pa-
tronage which has so eminently tended to render
their efforts successful.
That they have not been undeserving of this con-
fidence, they trust a candid public will admit, from
tho highly creditable manner in which their pupils
acquitted themselves, before a crowded audichee, at
the late examination, in the several departments of
science, (including Drawing. Painting, anid Music.)
evincing a thorough and practical knowledge of the
extensive Philosophical, Chemical, and Astronom-
ical apparatus belonging to the establishnm nt,
They owe .it to themselves to say, that the Bing-
hamton Boarding School offers advantages not inferi-
or to any. There are six teachers engaged in the
different Ibranches; and with. a view of meeting the
enireased patronage, overtures are now in progress
with a young lady of distinguished talents and ac-
complishments, in Boston, to augment their number.
This Institution is delightfully situated on the Che-
nango River, and ciman mads a beautiful view both
of that and the S.usquu hannah, including the piclur
esque scenery of the surrounding country.
The house is three stories high, built of brick, with
two ranges of piazzas, and has a bathing house, and
ian extensive play ground, attached to it.
In Binghamton there are churches belonging to the
several denomtinations, and the railroad now in pro-
gress, will place it within a few hours'journey of the
city of New York, from which place there are at pre-
sent some. boarders in this establishment.
The academical year is divided in-to sessions of
twenty-three ieeks each, and concludes with a pub-
lis examination arid vacation. Young ladies cannriot
leave before the expiration of half a session from their
entrance, without incurring the expense in full for
that period; they can enter at any time with equal
coinveiuience, without reference to the academical
session; no allowance is mIade for absence from
school, except in case of actual sickness.
Each young lady is required to bring at least four
changes, merino or circassian is recommended for
i inter'; four ciommoni atnd two dress aprons, one of
the latter to be light blue; onewwhite dress; two sun
bonnets; four towels and cotmbs; hair brush, tooth
brush, nail brush, &c.
For board and Tuition. including Reat'ing, Writ"ig,
Orthography, Engliu.h Grairim;ar, Conimposilion,
Rhetoric, Arithmetic. Book-Keeping. Geography,
llistory, Moral and Natural Philosophy, thle use of
the Globes. Botany, Astronomy, Chemistry. Ge-
ometry, Algebra and Needle work,-pertermi of
twenty-three weeks each, $- $50 00
Day Schlolars, per tcrm oftwentyl-three weeks; 8 00
French, per term, - - 8 00
IM usic, and use of Piano and Organ, 20 00
Instruction on the. Guitar, --- - 10 00
Drawing and Painting, - 8 00
Embroidery, - -- 6 00
Oil Painting on Velvet, - 2 00
Tapestry or Rug Work, - 400
Pens and Ink, - - -- 1 00
Washing, - - 5 00
The whole of the above, or as many as a young
lady can attend to with advantage, will be iticluded
in a charge of $140 per annum.
Board in vacation $2 per week.
A gentleman of high classical attainments having
engaged to give instruction in the Lalii atid Greek
languages, any young lady desirous to attain a know-
ledge of them, can do so at all extra charge of eight
dollarsper term.-i[Binghlamton. December 22,1836.
Stove, Copper, Brass, Tin 4 Iron
TiHIEsubscribers have now on hand a g-eieiral as-
sortment of STOVES, of every description,
consisting ofsix patterns of Cooking Sloves of various
sizes; Franklin, Parlor, & Nott's Coal Stoves; seveh
sizes of Six-Plates: seven do. of Box Stoves; also,
a few small Cooking Stoves for coal.
Russia and common Stove Pipe, and every article
in the Copper, Brass, Tin and Iron, manufactured as
usua Il.
Our Stoves are of tie most approved patterns now
in use, and as our Trimmings are acknowledged to lie
surpassed by none, we confideunily offer them to the
public. We are determined not to be undersold by
atty. 11. &A. .1. EVANS,
Sept. 29. Nos. 5 and 7 Franklin-street.
Il1 subscribers having this day purchased the
sole right to make and vend Dobson's Double
Reflecting P'atent Bakers for the county of Broome,
hereby forbid all persons making or veni'ling the same
in said county. T. EVANS & SONS.
Binghamton. Jan. 21, 1835.
** Anuy quantity of the above article for sale at the
store oft lihe subscribers.
V _L Hogsheads Molasses ; ten bags Coffee ; five
hogshaeds' Brown Sugar; one ton Liminp Sugar, and
a few chests of Hyson Skin, Young ITyson, Old Hyson,
Imperial and Gunpowder Teas, now receiving at the
Eagle Store, and will be sold in lots to suit purslha-
sers. [Octoher 6.] H. BIRDSALL.

C AN DLES.--A supply ofthe best Tallow Candles
for sale by the box or pound, by
October 1.' C, B. PIXLEY, Agent.
C IRCASSIANS.-Plain & Figured Merino Cir-
cassians, just received, and selling cheaper,
positively cheaper, than at any other establishment.
October 6, 1836. II.BIRDSALL.
UST RIECEKIVED, an addition to our extensive
assortment ofMerinoes, Circassiatns & Calicoes,
which makes our ssortmnent superior to aly iri towfl.
October 27. H. & A. J ;VANS.
DOZ. 10 quart Milk Ptas ait ~0 cents each
70 do. 6 do. di0; 20ceehts
for sale at EVANS' cheap cash site. May 19.
300" kO Pieces of Pretich, English. and Domestic
30.rLr Prints, twilled an'd plain, of patterns and
prices that cannot faif.to s6it, at EVANS'cheap cash
s(ore. October J .

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1841,1*it hithe f rthebrbpro i nn, hat h re dMd a -o the *-r a not a nlordilnni n A1 i a ltnni n'nr .ii -Fl .O r jtn. ri ,.'* r 'a 'u a l i *- ,n^ in.
la d then so "houl be r.t,'.., di-,.e1 d m o,,h la e tr d.-. p..-. i -,- Ill I .-t I I I,. ', '" I ,' .i, ',- ln- n n, .., ..
Ten r e .eaDinM g 'fure --'aBdrII, ed "teSa -g ., k-- L-1 e i I. |.' r I ,. Il..P l. i,,: .: ,.Ln., d, .......... n', ,n.'' Inn "' 'i- .. I ;i-'. I ,,F .,-,T n-',n f? 1" i l,. ..'r ir '.'-1.
A. LS-,e G .ii ".G 'Fi G. ltT d7 adt- t f i .:.i .t .-i F. c l i i i -.." .' i ..i i' ... -J. '.n ,n r,5' iI :" I1uii.i -A.r ....... .i i- url r 0 .l'UI "r,'.... .I iI : 1 ii i i l r .l. re'.- .

-0 t ,as e. -,,Idee h :.,,o re mI.e Ijoo'.ers t- .II,, 1 .... ,l -, L ,r ,. Iw,_" V -..',M ..tt.U L.- ll 'il- l.l' B. a'r.;t I, ) 1; ii) "44 'i | I-' ... .. .... l l 'uI-- C l.II.d

hat, i- n be.hI o fhimsl -atnd some pri-aeds .wth.a wP- om j "cted wih o dt .'v he-p. le o.. ..L >- g i,-. r.,Ill E.I-r. ;. I^ ._ ": ., .t I T II, -
citienspajgtp l Ma.e e w ld k e al'uher rema1nie ntwo huna- e lfifioni 'F'e'f 'as "rea dFF '.. L1' am '1 ''i 'J'' n 'hi\.'Pi.- K-.S,,..f\, ..N:,'T' '" 'jr'.nTiri: f >-;. t
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ccl 1C.-'et7ni all p n'tedfom g itin g -n t''' 1- -- .... .",,nnr, I r I. ". ,:,i.iii,'. r) ,.r,, r

Geiera l Ta llie wiof ee n red thet ooi grea olttio, tate or enitonssimi ar t th one'bef''e 't L" urnn :,- iavin 'olii 01;:in 1.. b *'II..na' .'F' r. u :*'i'n'r',y
hich _Fs ..,naIn ,- r -yado te. M rA' am_:'e -_'a -,,r" eh 'rIe 'lr- -" nI,% -'i',-- i -, .i 1. '., .','o nd

esl h t t oibexprodient oadopt me asucr e, a the rbal s taem nt w cha h~er nadJ. mai- o> t ^ ^"i- .. 1 -. r^ ,- *- I, n,,,Il ..k p. ir..,., r,,,, |, I Lil
c t N t -e e p h h ,e n s ofth in' miht rei e r.*; I 'n- 'ii l 'in 2FF ,n li.. .H i- ,
the S;o oVhe Ne Yl orklad b eirie-al ro d am p-" .ote "' ,i in, T.e `0ri., .,:. ""i. ,". niir'4 `" iI nnn... i r. I.h i.:If.n
S t o three m millions o t r c o t th. r. =i.-[L ,t ,, *i .. ,.,- -,.r.' l' i.,ii,,|,. ,n.' Ii r.i
T.e t t add ressed, to th i b p- r veo&a st ,,' ,e f the o'.f .enth. e p,_, ,,-... ..iC-6 ..Ll2. :i.._ I ..N...-I i- .. ;, ., ... ,; .1 : I: :.j. 'u 1 i li ,

po te ..dby hn-rIlof.tains b rpIs'. e th t he S pet ito. T -n m rI n In 'i .".p,- ,,,,, iil i[i' -: i '.I IT '11'- n-Ii l l-l *i ..nl.-
ns Mo f tGr---. ine s-,wo h n cl i r a s a n g li l 11 t i h I T .1..n|i.-'I ip"F:..il- u ;... i F +.. inn' Fi'-X.i.n...r '. 1.. 1 r; qi.ii, ,' J i ,,,.. .1 %!J. F itII-I. :i '- 0*I.'%i4 iln l ,iiiun e.kJn in

itnge Pec o mres ed to h eB.ar.d oIn3rector htiimsefth oeld1sa e n he .. Iadlisa-nh9s0a As r eLa t -e-F n a' -A--"iVrf-&".kil ..-''. 'rF l : F '.i F'a I' -.'. huIiI-' I f' i i '' r.. -in

toa t, in be alfor th tm pupse a t s m he M rchants Ef efdscon e h wit,,-'n w o. j" "', w,, Le" the Chairlege deiof m ar.hed., thei- 30th LI-;J--U.IL"- I' '-,", -n- 'L '' t '; 'iL i- "'.l-,.'', .'d i1,'.'
lhUi'e, h a nPd n lte ifucht oner p ens tilio der dsth ly tle o e lt..n il tell-.'n nnt a he petition, fiswithi'thlel 1,enthe reo -nl.i. rILInI''- -.i- l. v* +f'I ,. ~ i- .1 .n i -f 'l. cii I C-.I ,n I' '.It iI
ti tion ptseh f ca rea i m iF'Fnd-' I .rt "t I,- l1' m *. ,- 1 ,' I- F ...
e.,, .. T he previous q'ion -i I I .J n-i I nd- ill e aIsir li rni...ii i-.II I L. i -I- -
Sahe"oeu p.and. d a r. -e b lioeined at o mld te oa t'is iot no'iw d. ra e hal-n ofI ".....'.n. i, ,i" '- ..i .- ,- .,,- 'i L ,'r ". ,-., -- ,,l Tr-r-,-

carryntienvb e l iheobjen tsot. r r unI pre. Adams.ha Ca. thenprevitas question -ea 'Iieiij* 1d- Fhe.l.ait.ei.r'ni, nil' ti i -n-n.r.c.-'
G er 'Tall1, ma oferdts foll .-owing reso dlntion,1 b t or "-e -'t: It s- .ow th on betne t ? .e. t I ..I-IT. -" ; -;t, I'' l. i ,-In':ii r in '-i l..." t '-li.

hi eh hw a ves n u nai o sly ..aet ivdopte c proceein ta"swT e'r. I ..s..i r th e .epin o d"- a O a,- .-. .I' -.. iF n. ni I- I .--ii ,,, i-l rr.. F Ii- -T ini .-i' ,ir oL
f kany i i r t ae th eip w il toa t ep eal re -iF pe e Ft e' JL the the p etiito e ed b he ,,l.n m .. HIr |- cLac nf ,.. r-l-, .....".-, .h.1.' ,, : '' lit-,. I l ,.. i n .i F ,-,l 1. hr ,.
Ad Ne nsoltd, shot it is d era nte to Videdpt amasure s, + e m. 7. "."'- -. ...ll,.,It,--+ ... l r.-
- te lar 4n r.as pts the teao miv ed t baed r...e co t blh- e 1 I e ."arl e --- -- 'p I u i a rr *t c0o-. i'. '- 111, *]| ol -j hisrf *;a
e t y c t e ew Y a d Ei e .il r C. paLns.lolr.- .luse'..po un u- .hI n r' ni tii. 'F --. -I I a-i I,--. ; u I 1k iic ... ... .. a r a Il E'.
d Tih rp e maitiong l r sT the ra nt d mteed of 3al inJ o Mr. A. IThe psntrin. T he S a r ha- i a- ..a. n Mn' 'i--r-, 5 s. A. ..L;i.m In =, .-,in.' Fi r ,s-, i '" *" : ... I': s-i, Ia ,-iel i-
..e w t pa- ow er taoce.-.L b. to e ir n e, be s erbls st ate- w I..-.h e.- ..iv- 1.'fs th e r- .- .t.1h' pet in- 11 rnI.iat.L n[, ; n. iii- TW.- -' i: --i n -: n i--rt ..L liei .r 1 dFl ru nre 7ion Id
erth ee s em hl ne ha r fng oin stec m end to thatdee chat. inm ay S peaw rTi he gno a tema 'Ho-r-"''H a 'P ass' _t IoaItia L 't.e :- J I 'n ir Ir ,, rlt' r,- ...i. 'la n ', a ,d1.e-,e-I

oi b e re oeo the Bar d o fDir Itwit o h e S ho bi tis, bref. en st eore, d .atu- Io : .j are .te li ,i -' -- ",iif7f i : bo.t hI. .e .d hi d 1

te wea bs ot p repg red too at u os sear, t he iec hld wate the docaedqhorte stt w pe tition, n fheC air fs e the prreio us_.- "h 30.Kh.o.a.e ; os-- --"_ "' TiE .;_. ,g-h-- -. ,, f ,h. ei N *ohn ,,,i.iT-.;.ch.
S onha od, he n eand i e o thee r ll I thon. sa dshrie M e d that this e p iu s qebtt ion was w i tde so p e" oti ow peut- 7~ -Ia l- ;' -- I -'.-., ini" i'. _'-t -I.. r i ,. ..n r i I Ti i :F'InI- a,tll. I arukI. .1 l aLFr -,w ee..

(tz s at-lage, h t woT the te h r ma an o vun le-tna-hd Y.' pion adopII-i;o-,tedw aIre ds ii na "-. t .. "'- ,Ti-8 0 .0,-im.. a,_i _e.-_ ril. i ,.
e ert Ph previous quer e f e adr. r. d te jps .an .,,-n.on-,' _i -.,i ,. In,_ ,. li Ir'I ;. r-; I .r i .

h eri e pon ? nte M(ao ap ointe d a co tte e in i; notnny now inn oreri ngwni rtdio te m, wer that -. e iJ'n f iom la F[r- l in Intac i l-str-n t.-A
*elent iestm et n p ed ko wn g .on t.htbe-%--,tb riers tothes;c--rg, The Speakerid he ndea n arnn h rmn E a tit .ti F ir h. .-n- inF.,I
t' o'1h. ,' -L.-nF.-I- .7 F rlr n,- __-,sI,-J -r -' i -,,.,i .- ,,, '-h a i s'-i i eil Ji I- J 't'
knedh e ofs othoe l D)i- o al i sms a l3ed ptyt ull egv ng a b uie sta tement ofuhw e ha d supenve- f te _... dt n-. rne,,.-.,'n rnortl IN 5 i? A Fi- i geh,--''"...m

hemany i norand to uld be repa ea iy dr t i'iutde- d r e- slave tra. The petition prls-nte byr tne g l from Mass.o ampte3 e i1n l a n (' inn 'iatoi e n' hr .'i'.Ii -r "I' Fuji' h"'i'n' li. w Pit r ruil'?' i
ela dd T Awha s xa ry ed i ent b t eai hreisl r n p t p e fs
a goatefI a sha, weha e tot eehi n eableow to lea rn DIt osn S tss It g-eintletma1,II.n ofm C -.-I, ''l-d r p ,I. ofeistont h H u d ;, al,.r 1 t., s,- "W-I 1 .r.1 -.- it. "ell ei,04, 4'br t -'t I-t
ethuten hdera l y tohe nc trees a tm ilblo e n s eoiste n s p tos- ha t l to sIecun II.-st im7 ... n. 7 -I I, I i -F l "i a an. I-- t t -r r
o, hemeei adrthnal retrae sris, innerrad s om n.- Ts" ekeen A eluml the entoarer rgha o ,- s ha., 0,,. the 'w a ion-e pAir- -r.-r : -... I i { gh t it l ir ul

Sid t ens w eh row ei ol dd en t amilna e, ne ao t ( rb Aas ae ofl decp eneths th. ne ih o nr i F Tint" t i' ir,,Ii -. 'trt ... --rce "r n' i-- '-Inni i.. F- .......ii i l.a-,i,_ n "inrii.,. L.
de a id. of t "haIisreaa' 'F.t rnp-rlican i Itv wi'In.'..i ti,-' ,ll 1 n ,'einL.I0f t e; r o tI '-o t hef .- i m an thon o' m- it ,.:.._;, .... E j Wi Fy.....-

eonate d y tiencieair o oceans to becn that i n to-a his the Spea ker Tinhe niua tion-anrU as80;noa s 5 I i rt v s-el and oh ,-rs ar --,n hg-r har- rr.--', hI." I n .nnl hn'riz .o"tara :.h_-. S c rri. ia f c
ie b no pepd e d to am d ai frn difrm e trlie w t of t he s ea eshoud nb t ae orde o bruef stte meno p m pt In- '-o.r,- orarr .,-_ .- h.,.-_l nu ret th oni'n-- '.I".- i'. .ata Dnan Ci2t, nn' j Gr e F
t oopen ha bokIrfor that puter e, an tthne lyerh an ihint he- o e snt oa uLhe r s e_, w at d sr was m p e et s err r _e- .. m-- ,- .* C'oe..' -: nc -A Wa t o cor-rp d ofha ip wd of
ha inge, b a t o sf oaer i p e a nds wthe h m M o o aed that th petitioned tils wth i tee e r Tinete it Lr o ..". ;-.o .. .,a--r. A-. .. Yo,1. C.o n.n- i E '._u.es, hta bue n nv -i pt
e !1 A -'I Jh ; i *nesti- n 1 ap e en r*ler arL L I lka in r,, .fo r ,-r I, ., 1 : 1.. j ,, .. --- p c _-, -...r,.. "wi,,1 ..?.-;h, r-1.,111-.1-'If'. -'I C I;,
d"atem ," --' of the House T ,d mr t.. I unIl-aT, Lh. lo -.ae, c '.nr-,-,-' u ni. ,-In-,iit. ,II -I, '". ',-,l n i". d.ek,-e -tCn;It I.

ae h h fa t eirwo t tdieoe it e l o nw lreo n re olthi ote t he Speaker s aul itel wha e cit was in der e tionp a t el b o m a, .._ n .Aa. -, C ;. Amo, a Ca .. --,, I -a t.. -r"" n r v ie' y .
ciitiozensa tl e, le wthao usoeu hotaete wheanstai he nto s wlsi reeied Tnl-of.e UI- N n rv,- n .:.a.:, V-i : ,,, ... 11-1. .,.p ri. I t. I oI l ityIl bet en hAl c ou- "1" an

Wr ate toh l l ve ed r.n I d s e th bediie i t wo unl f ,e bean c- +r, P iu--ke ca l-e d o th l...-h:I N p.Cei .ea in o n the m rnt an, d i .mi a eI -. T ....'" I. i'-a-I1 e1 pl' "o s'- ed. i ti mn li.r1. htas
cellent in estm1en"a ppea l hi. n H saividtatlne h wlf ofth e Siasesnerrker- eoi Fisor.Nol0 hichi I. 'Ii "liii' 'an lan-i'- 'Z' 'A1 11111-r00Z 'iL Vlners'

ef neal Tortane. Toe, be teafll in r tndi on, bathe rpet iion p siarln te the oton tlman from thea sn. ,]An Care ia, o01-i ac r a 4ae v natun Ni. _. .....l '. b'd d hn....e L-f'"n-i ..idpe... l ,
whc w n nmousmlyadopted: e Mr. Adams., d eiredn a, at e fore the q a u n .was e co th ireUaFsea -- ,lan- ,I- -I i i ... b oUtrna rom he c rL. Metior e is.

withoutfdlay rD, subsie r isoahrf pior spak. the Itgment of oe m ita ho s- up se "ts ahuke ie nL o mmodihn n sno.n Ih Bn I I n r u
thre to oea cnewa i tho poorhK-atiofrieRrs o7a0dCoph s 3aa- u aont fre nnT EL w TD A' &RESE.i-n. u i I aImth 'sr -git-les whd virormInt iherbalnk ,rehorI
y ito se t re m iionals oef s d llairns -h tea of mm etite ofe5Mr. A. c nietimn av. e S rnikhtetr h Ik tha t mar ol-f f t ti'-ht Mre '----- ~ cF 'we' ins ee in tha n-i.A-a t hd be n d -ec rek an t e .lav ythei-

itimuzs l wA e em owar t ar to e, ir i mb.. ther l eo ne ai e st ate me nt hve g coentof thepr w itiet sou ld e p tn- e L:r --y, I-o nie r iio uan l. 1 ri.r n. 'a-' e, l:.I-. rA:t M ic,Tnd e t-, I zWIr en o T ao

waited b h ti ch sairrin o o ta e i n asie ubeitio ns e thine may ke. Tha e geniln to hem nou e adR'e'l.- n 1'U l g the mo y 'm t "Rre 'ar t ont of "h 'a'-a n i n n er wL rea' e i--- to i rm r o t-
18ato members o t hhe gre at rpbino foamily. tw Mr At m "n e-_n proe edn- t oa pre sen.Ilthe r similn r Ge ne4.. Ha, r so1 ... have .. th vote ""of P
ne HouT e. S .eaker 'e .. itua[ ar. i an |% -i.-1-i. t-iV I ,-. .. 1-o I I I I 11 61_$ I

hane ,a nd oh oiretat sc ete plesr tsh eym i lora th e preni eded0thatttinepetit onuflas w hn thescon p o the "re oso n re- ." t -' 'r "t ten w v b,! d ""a- .l ,e n-in ap 1eas -e o ', -lv.im to havze f the

(f w .T w e h a hios w euetko farom thd optrie d. n t n fthe m n p oas ho fe asu e n metse-'. .(t- r-. V n wri lFl t.ix :'y hita.. vI ar 'e,.r o- Mase -t tonI -I --,-h, ea- n i- e e.
ien, Thepreovitoues (te n toaotn n h ae s A-h n o ha s been dm a e d n an t en r .lo- '.... r r-" ron-- .ri I n me I A h. i n b.'r xew Y k th e 0ia01e nrary, ofi a.is i
Were uponoatheMayo rap p os ied acm itt his tei too islnot no in"o de go 1 an 111t..e- .,t.n ...f'' Fa h 3,, Iann c eis b f c r e m. thWfi at
er eOentor lefet the tIobjet of nhe foregoil ngwresoald tonh. Adan. C ....an thed re s quest i h o n be.. taen ad th ati n e, atll 7 "t r i. .. zm n- -t Lri- p- I I--oten thr r-n a d tei

rt i to in gartt hl The S a inr t is on ad ad is wn s ot C n r l d -e io a r .-.oI tI ', i iis i o il i ,lttha t-t ci-
h.e o( l.h ptht a oneprese wne seidsi er o s eane of goenhtlheema to e tdrnl -the been rcmo d sre etaeo ,, -'- it e Bar :.de- p cu'hsw .ame rto' hav rgn mwo steh d ats bn

-rain g la mhas ptasse the Snte bo llu t in p aec l Mr. i. AnT thantl isthe pet iuo r pre sent boyr n t F od, tie wbe, reoi e .x ns onu l and i edta ee,1 os f" PIat d reL a c n red (h l ht Califan es
rhe atllth te e i Sll l sh er, we hve nt The Speaker. The gentleman fromi'r Massachu .settso k in of nwi sd h and e t o -ati far addoe r, l.1,i to, i enter e c: p-l otrindew
re attye rnerally conce ihat to e blol.at hsy Bs a M ih spa sr as notd- lsuch.,uestion sn t .bv a aFil 1-not this timer, Fro nt t e York- c W AehrindI ,h U :'I wou Aheyok xld not r this pelC.-

Sl ,, t h,,-m p oes a inale thRes l thraint, instead of r. ifealn Mr. Adon, preN.s hnd ave a rgt to ask tiz,6T ih r.i atotrs thar e most b hics e arrthe p oufic :, b.... d i ,ed' -,e e h deape t. ns. at )Saria w
uhasen o inmo frce ., Vh f B 9 l bristatement l o ae or gi len of r he o oses ofaidhepe- alie .ommuy veiels-hyia id heid uaedoresr, 'i il si al ino u> tbi r rel ie ther etaoeg sore inodn

t .her i ae is muceh r s eptr a inte rSenae hbetw 1,eenc tinold nu be maekn ow e troy the Hbousne. n ad i e rine scaut i r t o iuhe Mto'i"ns, tahgr b-'-.y asthe b im n lgo pawee, tnd reun
fAnimanv eq uet, a b ionbe in pgt n of the Ht, ousels ec ta d edtbt .,u'intre) hcha ho zsn-ed hn IInta;rend.-. ;.I' .. h fh Re. S -i, t
,tfn, w i t the fu thee feces to llar thatein othisw rtedewaids'ertheprd in ou sq suiod-yca:s 10; nas3- to n riVri dEstro'Ia hmAn bF.sci.ng T .T't is w n II re -. cI. Ianrsia Teas ath vgork I C I reekInearGreen
f A words, th e lon, membe r y fnoi n thisdistrict M' sland the n -n h q esption was o rreol no : or--, -, ,c Me3 t Mi r.fi4 t joitboat a a sahies rae'nplection a .t Ann arwith hisad u been librar y, ^ oflwarI o f
lans k otn hn nsoldsh outd r an sae -totally annihiea-a.as n Ioest 3I5.s-en-.I
the then holders of et l of s k."rea, t ho a i en i lws antosec orne whath o i-asd abey wernu Iil r.:i-in. ,F, *n iY &d''I re icI l :o IFen made a- iso -I nin- n- Il a-S mea t ,iune .a o aellivis o as bou gt-

rM I, r. Aoouan)'f ild so, I biaidh telb e hou ls with m n s i s a ver on t i- haodf artad I v10
F ,, I-n, 1, 7 t' ih a n at- e isio, ac'llal- '- r -,._- s w ec r etar.edwith.ste.-au .
trS'ateoes, that the.r i (iltt-i er l r1 abdhve n on t e- Mr Fl r Te t O go dnesr s iti o i i -ll th Spho abore atrpi leas to n ttoitI,.e ''.sk. ",i .-, 'L oo y- a-s i, abou_ t from a phe in'l,, "r olvrol-5tteet.Ise5

oon d h t a i p l n a w a t n. anoi abonu ta I s ote l Fronar tifo? N^.e tsbe t-a N- C. Sjherh 1a ols un t a one co u tcl o 2 f i lr r 'in i' h be proved, the p ui alac c e
hrienMrat ito lde t conclater ui t h ois r em rsp cha rgn g Fas Speya e decth uire M nssthro e 0 Do b" i r bt st t"e pla" '.'1 U awa ".. .on- tie iln i -nn -e "or l th :ot r ,-r L -- -_
l." 1c i' k soour ithea t't-rmiaoF. in o ncr.iarF.e at St. (M ,r A d.tos pr el d ll a-. memoi a s ea xet kil'' n fit_" theFt m thr.t Ainr te eathe c .no.pi.c. b e tengt- ei n 'n f-'hi a, rI-, t:n.5 1 t o ea sthe1ba"r S aw y
Innted hi s rnoutle Mr.lut.nif tine.)ni s of hnic ( ltt 1part statem ent of tie ,i 'line -l air- S- =,-1 t line mt-ti | lie n.h aon n nl; i nt oemibyr t hename s zo ne .. F oshn., o' tire barell is nec-t.ing to s ne PO)I
Sthat s evidecwhe di totop up Itm r .''htto eredwh atifthe oser'n hotuld tos. renr. e to heabrdf t itats tae- eployis boutS fMtar or incith es high, c-hor ky pnaly' r -hetwee.k nd.wha

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B OOKS.--A general assortment of School and
other Books kept constantly on hand and for
sale at this Office.
executed at this Oelice.
OTICE.-Application will be made to the legis-
l ature of the state of New York, at its present
session, for an act to revive and amend the charter
of the "Binghamton and Susquehannah Railroad."
-Dated Binghamton, Feb. 2, 1837.

N OTICE is hereby given, that the Grand and
Petit Juries for a court of Common Pleas and
General Sessionss of the Peace, to be holden at the
Court Houso in the village of Binghamton, in and
for the county of Broome,on the 2d Tuesday of March
next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, will he drawn by
the Clerk of said county, at his office in Binghamton
aforesaid, on the 9th of February inst. between the
hours of 10 and 12 A. M. B. MARVIN, Clerk.
Binghamton, Feb. 2, J2S7.

NOTICE is hereby .given, that the Grand and
Petit .furies for a Circuit Court and Court of
Oyer and Terminer, to be holden at the Court House
in. Phe village of Binghamton, in and for the county
of Broome, on the first Monday in March next, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, will he drawn by the Clerk
of said county, at his office in Binghamton aforesaid,
on the 9th of February inst. between the hours of 10
nod 12 A. M. B. MARVIN, Clerk.
Binghamton, Feb. 2, 1836.
F EATHEIRS.-500 lbs. Feathers, in huags to
suit purchasers, just received and for sale at
EVANS' Cheap Cash Store,
Jan. 19. No.5 and 7 Franklin-st.
W -ANTED, immediately, an apprentice to the
Copper and Tin Business.
Jan 19. H. & A. J. EVANS.
TAVES,-200,O00 Barrel Staves wanted by
the subscribers, for which a liberal price will be
paid. Jan. 19. IH. & A. J. EVANS.
HE undersigned are the proprietors of the new
and useful Machine for
patented to Hawks & Keyes, on the 21st of April
last; and are now ready to dispose of Rights, for
towns, counties, states and territories.
The public are invited to call at T. Richards, Mill
in Union, Broome county, N. Y. four miles west of
Binghamton, and examine the Machine ; where they
rnay see Shingles sawed, jointed, and shaved with
great facility.
Let's addressed to Patterson and lawks, at the
Binghamton Postoffice, will be duly attended to.
January 5, 1837.
The undersigned having heard much said about the
operation of Hawks and Key's Patent for making
shingles-and particularly about-the machinery now
in operation in Unison, belonging to Messrs. Patter-
sou and Hawks, and, from public opinion and general
report, having had their expectations highly raised in
its favor-bhae made a personal examination of the
wholee operation, from the bolt through ; the sawing
of. the shingles, the straightening of the edges, the
squaring of the buts, and last of all, the great neat-
ness and facility with which the shingles are shaved ;
iand they hesitate not to say, that their most sanguine
expectations were more than realized, and they do
not think that the operation will soon, if ever, be ex-
celled by human ingenuity.
Ransom Rathbone, Samuel Platt,
Lewis St. John, Orin L. Ingersoll,
Oliver C. Crocker, Charles Towsley,
John Duhois, Samuel Crocker,
Bl"-' it Stodihtrd, Benjamin Chambers,
.. Arthur Gray, Ithimer Mott,
Asa Robinson, Truman Freeman,
Edward Miller, William Sackhamer,
Jason R. Orton, Thomas Richards,
Anson Higbhe, Elijah Decker,

Dec, 1.

Isaac L. Cromwell.

-G LOVES.-Black, white and col'd plain, fancy
'silk Gloves; white silk Mitts; ladies' and gen-
tlemen's horskin, kid, and other Gloves of every qual-
ity for sale at EVANS' cheap cash store.
October 27. H. 8& A. J. EVANS.
: DWIN T. EVANS has this day received the
S .largest assortment of
and other articles in his line of business, ever before
offered for sale in this section ofcountry. Call and see.
Binghamton, June 2.
ERFUMERY.-Cologne, Lavender, Honey &
.-, Florida Waters ; Antique and Bear's Oil ; Ma-
eassar Oil; Pomatum; Otto of Roses; Milk of Ro-
ses; Cream of Roses; Cosmetic Cold Cream; Hair
Powder; Fancy Soaps; Rose Lip Salve, Musk, &c.
for sale at the sign of the Golden Mortar.-[July 9.
SILVERt and Brass plated Bands; Buggie, Bar-
mruch and Coach Lamps; Carriage Joints and
Props; Shaft Tips, Coach Handles, Moulding and
Whip Sockets, fur sale at the Hardware Store..
July 16. W. H. PRATT & CO.

S1LKS.-A large and splendid assortment of plain
andt figure' Silks, of every shade, among which
will be found some of the richest ever offered in this
market. For sale at the cheap cash store of
September 29. H. &A.J. EVANS.
SILKS.-A most splendid assortment if black and
colored plain and figured Silks, of the latest fash-
ions, are now receiving and for sale at prices indis-
putable, by BRAGG, BRO W N & CO.
'RASS Door Plates, Rappers &door Bell Pulls
1- for sale at the Hardware Store.
Names can he engraved on the door plates, if re-
quired.-July 9.

C"ONGRESS POWDERS, for the immediate
U production of Congress Water. These Pow-
ders, when used according to direction, form an efter-
vescent asperient draght, more agreeable, yet pos-
sessing all the medicinal properties of the much es-
teemed Congress Spring, in Saratoga.
'The above Powders are for sale at the sign of the
Golden Mortar, by C. M'KINNEY.

Insurance against Fire !
TiE subscriber, having been appointed Agent for
COMPANY, is prepared to receive applications and
issue Policies of Itsuiranco against Loss or Damage
by Fire, upon property in the county of Broome, and
Binghamton, January 12, 1837. 6m
C LOCKS.-Just received, a large quantity of
Clocks, which will be sold by the box cheaper
than can be bought in the city of New York.
Jan. 5, 1837. LEAVENWORTH, BROWN & Co.

THE subscribers would inform the public, that
they have opened a GROCERY STORE at
No. 6, Franklin-street, directly opposite H. & A. J.
Evans'store, where they intend to keep a general as-
sortment of Groceries, (the ardents excepted) such as
and many other articles for family use, which they
will endeavor to sell (uot cheaper than the cheapest)
but as low as the times will admit. Please call and
examine for yourselves,
Wanted, a quantity of Butter, Cheese, Tallow,
Lard, etc. etc. TULLEY & JOHNSON.
Binghamton, December 22, 1836.
N. B.-OYSTERS, by the bushel, keg, quart, or
dish, to suit purchasers, T. & J.
UST received at the store on the corner of Court
and Franklin streets, 20 bdxes FRESH TEAS, in-
cluding Imperial, Gunpowder, Old and Young Hyson,
Hyson Skin, Pouchong and Souchong, of qualities
and prices to suit the most fastidious purchltaser.
September 1, 1836, L. M. L&.G. R. REXFORD.
F OR THE HAIR.-Balm of Columbia. The
.only preparation ever discovered, which w ill
absolutely stay the hair or re-produce it on bald pla-
ces. It also keeps the head entirely free from dan-
druff, and causes the hair to curl beautifully. It is
becoming a most fashionable article for the ladies'
toilette. For sale by C. M'KINNEY.
-YGEIAN MEDICINE.-The lfygeian Syrup
which has lately been discovered, and used
with the greatest and most surprising success in the
preservation or restoration of health, is found to be en-
tirely free from the objections which are urged against
the usefulness of the late Hygeian Pills.
For sale at the sign of the Golden Mortar.
Nov.26. C. M'KINNEY.
UST received, a large assortment of Printed Mus-
.lins, of every style, and selling at low prices, by

r'HE subscriber has removed his office to his
- dwelling house, in Washington-street, fourdoors
north of the Episcopal Church. SILAS WEST.
Binghamton, October 27, 1836.
A NEW article for Ladies, just received by
A Sept. 22. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.
A GOOD assortment, for sale cheap, by -
October 6. BRAGG, BROWN& CO.
SILKS.-A splendid assortment of black, brown.
Sblue-black, purple, fawn, and colored Silks, for
Dresses and Pelisses ; the ladies are requested to call
and examine. STOWERS & WeHITING.

P APER HANGINGS--1000 pieces satin fa-
ced and common Paper Hangings, Bordering,
and Fire Board Papers, for sale at bargains, by
September 15. BRAGG, BROWN &.CO.
THE undersigned take this method of returning
thanks to their customers for the very liberal support
they have heretofore received, and to inform them
that their increased custom has rendered it necessary
still further to enlarge their stock of Goods, which will
now be found to be the most extensive ever brought
into this village ; and they feel confidcut their prices
will continue to suit their customers, as they will not
be undersold. H. & A. J. EVANS,
Sept. 29. No. 5 and 7 Franklin-street.

W E have just purchased a large lot of Cloths and
Cassimeres at auction since the falling off in
prices, and are now enabled to offer them at such
bargains as cannot be resisted-" no mistake."
October 24. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.
T HE subscriber has just received a new supply
of Groceries. Also, Salmon, Shad, Mackert'l
and Codfish, of the best quality.
Aug. 18. C. B. PIXLEY, Agent.
AU DE COLOGNE, de Lavendre Vinnigre,
Kalydir. Tincture of Pearls, Florida Water.
Rose Water, Honey Water, Lavender Water, An-
tique Oil, Maccassar Oil, B'ear's Oil, Balm of Co-
lumbia for the hair, Milk of Roses, Pomatum, Coral
Lip Salve, Ceylon, Toilet, Jessamine, Olive & Na-
ples Soap, Preston Salts, etc. etc.
Also, The celebrated Chlorine Tooth Wash, for
preserving theteeth and gums and restoring a sweet
breath. Forsale by L. M..& G. R. REXFORD.
B OOTS & SHOES.-An extensive assortment
of gentlemen's fine anti thick Boots; kip antd
thick Brogans; Ladies' Gaiter Boots; kid, slip, and!
walking Shoes; Prunella do; Inudiarubber Overshoes;
children's leather and morocco Boots and Shoes ; all
of which will be sold at reduced prices.
November 10. STowERS & W\IT1ING.

T HE undersigned has just received an addition to
his former stock of
which renders his assortment the largest ever before
offered for sale in this market. He would particularly
call attention to his selection of fashionable gold and

.A MES' Shovels and Spades, for sale atthe Hard-
ware Store. PRATT & CO.
URIT'S't LuSTiiE & SILv ER IL.AD, for
0 blacking stoves, for sale at the liard!\tare store
Dec. 1, 36b3. W. .. I'IATT'i & CO.
"- [t'B."ASTPI.., ofth itf ieotei h !l uu, a lir"e as-
.9 snrtment, this pay received by
nB EES-WAX.--The subscribers will take any
quantity of Bees-wax, in exchange fur Goods,
at their cheap eash store. T. EVANS & SONS.

B UFFALO ROBES, for sale low, at the store of
November 10. STOWERS & HITINe.
B OAD)CLOTUS, from to to ten dollars per
yard, for sale by II. BIRDSALL.
B OOTS & SHOES.-A few cases Gentlemen's
Calf and Seal Boots and Shoes, for sale by the
case or single pair. "I. BIRDSALL.

bIROACLOTHS, Cassimcres, and Sattinets, a
great variety, forsale at EVANS' cheap store.
B-UTTER & CHEESE.-4 tuns each will meet
with a ready sale at the Eagle Store.
U'TTER and CHEESE, for sale by
Jan. 12. C. B. PIXLEY, Agent.
C AND.LES.-Tallow and best Refined Candles,
- by the box or pound. for sale by
Jan. 12. C. B. PIXLEY, Agent.
C OFFEE.-1O000 lbs. Old Java, Laguira and
St. Domingo Coffee, for sale by
September 15. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.

fancy Cassimeres and Sattinets, for sale cheap,
at the Eagle Store. 11. BIRDSALL.
C: ARD CASES, Wallets and Pocket-Books, a
great variety, forsale at the Hardware Store.
C AMBLETS.-Bladk, brown,green & blue Cam-
' blet, just received, and for sale cheap, by
November 10. STOWERS & WHITING.
C APS.-Fur and liair Caps, for sale cheap, i.t
November 10. S-rowEr.s & WH'ITING.
C OFFEE,-1500 lbs. Java. Laguira and 1i.,
S Coffee, for sale by STowERS & WHIrrITN.
C ALICOES.-400 pieces London and Frenech
Chintz, and common Prints for sale cheap, by
September 15. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.
C ROCKERY.-A large and handsome assort-
d ment of Crockery and Glass Ware for sale at the
cheap cash store of II. & A. J. EVANS.
C LAY FURNACES for sale at the Ihardwarc
Store. July .9. PRAVT & CO.
1 ANDLES.-Candles by the box or pound, will
lie kept constantly for sale by
C IRCI.LAR SAWS, from ( in. .to 22 in. for sale
at the Hardware Store.
C ODFISH-I-Just received, a supply-of most ex-
cellent Codfish.
Sept. 10. C. B. P1XI.EY, Agent.
C ORN BROOMS, a general supply, for salt) by
L. M. & G". R, REXFORD.
C ASH will be paid for any quantity of merchaiit-
able Wheat, Corn and Oats by
Dec. 10. C. B.PIXLEYAgent.
EER SKINS.-10,000 Deer Skins wanted, for
w which the highest market price will be paid at the
Boston Cash Store, No. 5 Court-st. Binghanttou.
D INNE R BELLS forsale atthel-ardware Store.
July 23. PR.ATT & CO.
F LANNEL.-10,000 yards Fltinnco alliedd,
|1 for which the highest p. ii ill I.e I .,id at the
Eagle Store. I1Ai..%I II- 'ALL.

1RENCH GAPES d COLLARETor sale at the
cheap cash store of H. & A. J.EVANS.

F LOUR.-Fine andl Superfine Flour for sale byi
the load or single barrel, at the Eagle Store.
October 27. II RAM 'BIRDSALL.
F RESH and cheap TEAS, just received at the
cash store of H. & A. J. EVANS.
--LAX SEED.-500 ihushe'ls Flax Seid wanlt-
-F.' ed, for n which the highest price will be paid in
Goods, by BRAGG, BROWN & CO.
F LANNELS, red, green, yellow and white, just
received by STOWEmRS &, WHITING.
IRE FENDERS for sale at the hardware store.
Nov.24. W. II. PRATT & CO.
G i -tlN.-The highest price in Goods will be paid
for all kinds of Grain, by
November. BRAGG. BROWN & (CO.
SLASS, 8 by 10 aud?-7-y 9, flir .saleiby
C. B. PIXLEY, Agent.
G lOCERIES.-Fresi. Groce'.ics, a large assort-
Ocmient, very cheap for cash.
October 6. 1. M. & GT. REXFORD.
H OSIERY.-Black, ribbed and plain, White and
fancy colored Silk Ilose; fancy cul'd black and
white cotton do. lorsale t EVANS'cheap cash store.
H FULL'S PATENT CANDY I)iES, an article thai
can boe waraute both for their beauty, hardness
and economy, for sale by C. B. PIXLEY. 'Agent.

RON, Nails and Glass, mn liaud and for sale I)
November 17. STORES & WHI1TING.
L'RISH LIN ENS.-40 pieces sup. I-it, Linens,
just received, and will be suld t o suit the times, b)
Oc:lo!or 6. BRAGG. BROWN &L CO
3- Ia I ; .... I'.i. ..-... .

-L Ma lty 26.


L AMP OIL.-Winter strained Lamp Oil, of the
best quality, four sale by
October 13. C. B. PIXLEY, Ag-nt.
staitlvon hand by C.B .PIXIEY, Agent.
M OLASSES-Bebt sugar house Mulaisses, for
sale by C. B. PIXLEY, Agent.
ERINO SHAWLS.-100 Merino Shawls, of
elegant patterns and very cheap, are now open-
ing and for sale by BRAGG, BROWN & CO.

MACKEREL, No.], first quality, fur sale.
C.B. PIXLEY, Agent.
M E RINOES.-Plaini and figur'dm Meriinoes, and
MerinoBombazines aid Gros de Naps, for sale
t l ci h H i iI R A

TE are now receiving a laige lot of ladies' and BREASTPINS, WATCH CHAINS, LLNERY GOODS, of allescripltis, juist
,1 V gealenien'sl l noel Ot'A _Lv.m received; aid country Milhliiters will be stup-
Wh gentlemen's Iudia-Rubber Shoes and Over- FINGER RINGS, WA C E,&c. plied vry cheapby BRAGG, BOWN && .
shoes of an entire new style-a splendid article, for which are warranted to be of the very best materials
sale cheap, by BRAGG, BROWN & CQ. and workmanship, and which he will sell as low, for ]1ILL & CROSS-CUT SAWS.- Rowland's"
MILLINERY MII LINER.Y I cash, ascan be purchased in the city of New York. JL Mill and Cross-CutSaws, forsale atthe Hard-
M',RS. STOCKING has just returned from the EDWIN T. EVANS, vare Store. [July. 2.] W.H.1'RATT &CO.
. city with a very fine assortment of materials November 10. No. 3 Franklin-street. ''ESS PORK.-20 bbls. first quality, for sale,
in her line, together with the latest and most approved Ff BLACK VARNISH. A either by the barrel or pound.
FASHIONS. -lL HIS article imparts a brilliant jet black lustre to. C. B. PIXTLEY, Agent.
She flatters herself that she cannot fail to please in leather, particularly where partly worn. By the oc- ESS SHAD.-Forsale by.
the execution of her work, having secured the servi- casional use of it, old harnesses,iarriage straps, cov- IVL C. U. PIXLEY, Agent.
res of those who have had the superintending of the ers,&c., aremadetomresemble nw. It also preserves T-AILS and IRON forsalelow, at the cheap stone
first houses in Auburn and New York. the leather, and is used for shoes and boots. store, by STOWERS & WHITING.
Orders for Dress Making will now be received. For'sale by [Nov. 26.] C. M'KINNEY. sLt e by S ,er Oil fur sale TNG.
Country Milliners and Dress Makers can obtain WOOTS & SHOES.-Ladies' Gaiter, Pruuella LSov.-Lised and Spe Oil foMG. sale XFORD.
thi Fall Patterns. B and Morocco Boots; Seal and Kid Slips ,l Nov.A TA24 L. AR., Le Gi n BraiEXORD
Ladies of Binghamton and vicinity, please give us Walking Shoes; Women's Calf,kin 'a ,oots & Shoes: O -.NAMETAI.1AIR, Leghorn Braidb Dress
,a call, at the centreof the brick block, Water--treet. Men\ s auh Boy's Kip Brogans andl Coa, B L:ced Mrs.So iCapt Ribos jist c-
On hand, an assortment of ready made Hais. C lttdrea.s BoorUs.amashe. an.ereasv-a -rm t M S M Shop-. Nv. 3.
StraW and Leghomr:Hats cleat-ed anAT rpaited., just receive-.i aid-,ili bsod-wert.-LoTwv by T[YeiASTER.-G,.oun.J rPi-tfr,- forsle by .
Binghamton,Oct.13, 1836. I- Ocir-bcr 6 TrtA. BE-K~,A B_, 1 y f. -v L April 21. C. B. PIXLEY, Agent. ;

-nOWDER, Shut, Lead, Percussian Caps and
- Pills, constantly on hanlnt and for sale by
J ,ANOS and ORGANS tuned and repaired by

C KiIE.-A quantity nirst rate corn led Piik ifor
a- sale by L. M. & G. R. E.XFORD.
P LATED) and Brittauht Tea and Table Spoon's,
tor sale by WV. H. PRATT &CO.

P LAQULEX, a great variety of patterns, just rec'dl
at the Jewelry shop of E. T. EVANS.
P APERi HANGiNUS.--LOOO pieces Paper
-- for Si.le.b ..R bly .I. RDSALL.
|30LISHI'NG POvVDER, for cleaning brass, for
sale at the Hardware slore- PRATT eCO.
APR llHANeiNGs.-A good a 'orumeut of Paper
IIang ings and Bordering. for sale by
November 10. S' tWERS & WHITING.

I. TIOLSb.-A few pairs utof Pocket Pistols, lor
sale at the Hardware Store.
August 13. V. 11. PRATT & CO.
p LATED Candlesticks, Snulfers and Trays, a
very fine article, for sale at the hardware store.
Nov. 19. W. IT. PRA'T & CO.
SU ILLS.-An elegant aburtlnent of Quills for
,sale very cheap, by
L. M. & G. R. REXFORD.
(Qd UILLS.-A large and elegant assortment of
swivan, Russia, and common Quills, just receiv-
ed and for sale by CANOLL & COOKE.
S 11itHONS.-A splendid assortment of Belting,
-Bonnet, and Cap Ribbons, for sale by
October 13. 11. & A. J. EVANS.
f or Lung Complaints, Consumption. &e. For
sale by [Nov. 26.] C. M'KINNEY.
S ALT.-A constant supply kept on band.
c t C.n 1. PIXLEY, Agent.
SCI EhE N \VIKI, Z0o yards, difcfrent sizes, fur
sale at the Hardware store. W. 11. PRATT.
- EGAKS, Snul1 and Tobacco. a general variety,
Sfor sale by L. M. & G. R. ItEXFORD-.
SPE1M OIL, for sale by
3 C. B. PIXLEY, Agent.
SPOONS.-Silver, Germanii silver, and plated
table, tea and otither Spoiies, for sale by
SPEICTACLES, silver and steel, a great variety,
just received by EDWIN T. EVANS."
S ILKS, in any quantity and of every shade and
color, can be had at the Eagle Store.
October 6. HIRAM BIRDS LL.
STRAW KNIVES.-For sale at the Hlardware
Store, Dunlap & CO.'s Straw Knives.
- July 16. PRATT &CO.
AT.IN BEAVER, or Plush 1ats, warranted to be
S equally as good as any in market, from $1 5U to
s2. at Mrs. STOCKING'S 5:ilinory shop.
ILKS.-J ust received at Evans' cheap cash store
a few pieces ofcol'd Silks.
SATIN lItaver lHats anii lP iiImes, assorted colors,
for sale cheap, by S'TOWERS & VHITINGe.
H EEP PELTS.-Cash will lie pad l for2,00(
l Sheep Pelts, at the store of
October 27. E. WHITE & SON.
S UGARS.--8000 lbs. White Havana, St. Croix,
;n Lump and Loaf Sugars, for sale cheap, by
November 10. S'row.i.ts & Wnt"TIN.
EIAS.--200I lbs. Youtig Hysmi, Old Hyson,
-H. ysoun SkiM and imperial Teas, all fresh atnd
good, for sale cheap, by STOW~I S &.VWiTIG.o
:p ABLEi liens, alld Linen an11d Cotioll Table and
A lliaiio Covers, a great variety, for s;le cheap, by
October 6. BRAGG, BROWN e CO.
VTICES & ANVILS, a good assortinent, for sale
V at theHardwarestore. W. II. PRATT & COt
ATC iES. iof ll1 kinds and prices, for sale.at
W the iostnu ca.lih store.

" '7-AN'TED-5000UU SL1- P PELTS, fur which
Sa liberal price w ill be paid by

n I RE.--500 Ihs. Jromn Wire, assorted from N,.
V 7 to 20. 100 lbs. Brass do. assorted, for .i
at the IIHardware Store. W. H. PRATT &CO.
w7 INDOW GLASS, assorted sizes, fort' sale a
factory prices, at the Hardi are Store.
July 23. PRATT & CO.
S ADDING.--25 bales \Vdiding, lor sale by
'V November 10. STOWERS &WHITING..
W ATCilES.-Lever, Lapine, &. ai good as-
sortinent. fior sal- li.y E. I. EVANS.
" 7 IN ES, a very clioice assortment, for family or
in medical use, for sale by
f... G. G R. REIXFORD,

INDOW SASIT, a good article, for sale by
M-l,'arch 17. C. M'KINNEY.
W IN ES.-E. WHITE & ;'oN are now ready to
show samples of theirextensive stock of Wines
October 27.

W 11I EAT, Rye, Corn, Oats and Buckwheat want-
ed, for which thlie highest price uill be paid for
any quantity. at the Eagle Store. 11. BIRDSALL.
Zr ANTE CURRANTS, Raisins, Mace, Citron.
-A Nutmnegs, &c. for sale by
L. M51. & G. R. REXFORD.
cQPECGTAULES.-A great, variety oflsilver Spec-
S t.cles; also, silver plated do ; polished steel do ;
line blued steel do ; and washed do. of various colored
glasses, for sale at the hard ware store of
Nov. 19. W.-1. PRPRATT & CO.
ED El) LINIMENT, superior to ill oilher applica-
-n-L, tiions frrheum;tisntchillbhins,sprains, numb-
ness of thie limbs, weakuss and stilines of the joints,
&c. for sale by C. M'KINNEY.

S MOKED M EAT.-A quantity of smoked Hanias
aud Shoulders, Beef, Venison, and BleefTongues,
all cured in the best manner, for sale by
April 21. C.B.PIXLEY, Aeent.
M -ERINOES.-75 pieces of French, German,
_1L and English 3-4, 4-4, and 6-4 Meiinues, of ev-
ery shade antd elor, for sale unusually low. by
September 29. 11. & A. J. EVANS.
H OSIERY.-Ladies' black & white Silk Hose:
white and brown Lace and Embroidered Cot
ton do. a large assortment, very cheap, fur sale by
September 22. BRAGG, BROWN &CO.
of Fancy lIdkfs and Shawls, (some splendid
patterns) for sale at prices below the market. by
November 17. STOWERS &WHITING.
JUST .received at the Eagle Store, the best selec-
tion of Ladies' Hats ever offered in Bioghamton, and
will be sold cheaper than at any other establishment.
May 12. H. BIRDSALL.
SACES, &c.-Bobinett and Silk Lace. Blond
L Footing & Edging, Bobinetl Footing & Ed(gimng,
Worated Blond for trimtinigs, Thread Lace & Edg-i
ing, for saleby STOWERS & WHITING.
lUST received at the Boston Cash Store a quantity
aF of Spanish and half Spanish Segars, which will:
;be sold cheap. Jan. 12, 1837.


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OFFICERS.-Charles York, Presideni; H. De Forest,
Vice Pr'esident ; Abei Ciiandler, Secretary; John
Clapp, George L. Rider and Abet Cihandler, Ekecutive
Coimminillee. Diheceors-Charles York, George L. Rider,
Smith M Purdy, Augesits C. Welch, John Lalham, Al-
exander Holines, Abel Chandler, Johnl Noyes, Joseph. H
Moore..Autin Hyde, Silas Reed,jr. Gharles Squires, John
Clapp, Spquire Smith, H De Forest, Wells Wait, Russet
Case, Allen Mead, 0 G. Rondell, General Agent; John
Clapp, Esv1., Attorney; George L. Rider, Treasurel'.
This Company v'as incorporated by all act of the Leg-
i-lature, passed "May 3d, 1836.
Thie Directors have located the office of tie Company
in the village of Norwich, where applications for insu-
rance can at all timer be made; or any information rela.
Iive to the matter will be cheerfully given.
The Company began to issue Policies on the 5th day
of September, 1836, and up to this time, nearly $600,000
have been insured.
The plan of Mutual Insurance is based upon principles
.f perfect reciprocity. Its object is, to oNiTE and iNst'ati
EACH OTHER-all persons insuring are members-all are
insured, and all are insurers.
In order to become a member of said company, and
thereby be insured, the applicant gives a premium note,
the amount of which is in proportion to the amount to
he insured and its degree of hazard, to wit: If .S1000
is to be insured at per a, lie gives his note for $50.
If at 8 per cent. lie gives his note for $80, and in that
proportion for a greater or less sum, according to the
rate of hazard. On which note lie advances 5 per cent.,
and an additional sum of Sl 50 for survey, and policy;
he then becomes a member on the approval of his appli.
cation, and is insured for five years. The aggregate of
Se premium noes coastlitules lie capital of theCom-
pany. The 5 per cent. advanced, constitutes the cash
fond, chargeable first with the expenses, and second with
the losses of the company i and should it prove insuffi.
ci-nl to pay both expenses and losses, the monay to
meet the losses (should any occur) is borrowved agreeably
to the act of incorporation and paid. Ani assessment is
then made to repay such loan, upon the premium notes,
in proportion to their respective amounts.and in no case.
to be made but once a year, notwillihsIanding Several
losses may happen. The amount of each assessment is
advertised a reasonable time, with directions to pay the"
same to some receiving agent in the vicinity.
At the expiration of five years the note, if assesroents
have been paid, is given up, and the insured may renew
his application. .
Policies may at any time be assigned or surrendered
and cancelled, and the premium notes given up. accord-
ing to the by-laws ofthe company. Not more than two)
hids of he cash vale ot cash value of any i pert will be insured,
and all greatly hazards excluded. Only $5000 will be in-
sured in any one risk. The plan of mutlal insurance has
been in operation in most of the eastern states for sever.
al years, ivhpIre it is universally approved, and has been
temerally sustained at from onesixtl to one-tenth o.fthe
expense of other insurance companies.
All who insure in this company, thereby becoming
members and stockholders, are entitled lo vote in the
choice of directors-iherehy givi, t them decided advan.
ages over members of some other companies, whose
directors 5re appointed for life, by their act of incorpo-
ration, and thereby d&rh 'i-., ;t: inembers of any voice
in the management. in this company insurance may be had at its realvaliue,
Its design is Mutual Protection, and not profit or spec-
ulation. The business of lie company may be extended
to any pa)r of the state, and citizens of the countirv and
country villages are invited to avail themselves of its ad-
vanlagegas. CHARLES YORK, President.
ABEI. CHAADtER, Secrietary.
0E.J K RUGG, Esq of Binghamton is dlly appointed
Agent to receive applications.
Norwich, Janiary 19, 1837.
H AVE howv ou hadd a ileWv and fashionable as-
sort me nt of 'Fine Otter, Sea Otter, Spanish Seal,
Mlink, Nutria, Muskrat, S Coney Caps. Men's, Boy's
and Children's Ilair Seal, Cloth, Velvet, and Fur do.
Also, a few Ladies' Fur Capes, Boas, Muffs and
Tippets, of a fine quality. They have also commen-
ced making Ladies' Satin Beaver Hats of a very su-
perior quality, viz Silk Plush on Fur Bodies.
Also, Gentlemen's Fur, Silesia,& Astracau Collars.
Fur Comforters, a new article; Buffalo Robes; Trav-
elling Bags, &c. with many otber articles in theirline,
all of which will be sold very low. Those wishing to
purchase will please call and examine.
at wholesale or retail, and warranted a better article
than can be had in this place for the same price.-
Mierchants Wishing Hats by the case, can be supplied
as low as in the city.
N. B.-Old Notes and Accounts can be as well set-
tled without cost as with-those interested had better
call soon if they have any choice,
Binghamton, Oct. 27, 1836,
S the subscribers are Agents for the Boston Fur
Company, they will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds of shipping Furs.
TF AVERN KEEPERS and others are informed
that they can find a general assortment of wet
and dry Groceries, at minuch lower prices than they
have been paying in this village, by calling at the
sign of the Golden Mortar,
Nov. 26. C. M'KINNEY.
L ACES and EDGINGS.-A splendid assort-
ment of Linen, Blohide and Bobbinuet Laces,
Footings and Edging, just received by .
Otltober 6. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.
Hogsheads Molasses and Sugar just received
_12a, and for sale by the hogshead, barrel, or less
quantity, by TOWERS & WHITING.
RINTS.-200 pieces super Chintz, and com-
moan Prints, just received, and will be sold lower
than ever offered in this place, by
November 10. STOWERS & WfITING.
for producing a brilliant, safe, and cheap light
constantly on hand, and for sale by
L. Mt. & G. R. RXFORD.
H E above article affords effectual relief in all
eases of defect or disease of thie natural nipple. In
the most distressing cases it enables the mother to
nurse her infant without the least pain. It likewise
effects a cure in less time than any medicine that can
he applied. It has received the recommendation of
some of the most eminent Physicians and Surgeons
in the United States. For sale bv
L. M. & G. R. REXFORD,
Sole Agents for the Proprietor in Brootne Co.
M ERINO SHAWLS.-Afirst rate lot of scarlet
black and white Merino Shawls, and an as-
sortmentt of Dress Handkerchiefs not to be equalled
in this county for variety anl beauty, for sale cheap, at
Sept. 29. EVANS'Cheap Cash Store.
assortment of Bench and Moulding Tools for
sale at the Hard Ware Store.
July 2, 1835. W. H. PRATT & CO.
Mr. BELDEN will faithfully attend to all business
which may be committed to his care. [Dec. 1,1886.

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,.j'i" thaiW di altthire 'eamse inor w ."Q- r... 1 -'" oline 5 i ... -* '.. s -,.L1 s at tre
-rr, Wiwasa De Foceso,in the wiHageI 11 : -1i --iel y Willisim Be Firest, .\
i -. ,Z -r .a ErsoMne, anda i in sRte ,si 'e -,: 1 ..l... .. is ke cornity of e roemn e-
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... ... .i.. .. a l to, alil -r. t i- -,. ..-. ... .. -, the saidl W i'Hk la Senicym rs oil, ia, anid to,,
'dsssbed prop r"y, tibat is to s.5 iQ. I'vi c .i .- -- ii an i:.r 1., tlie .ii '., -,..' ir. 1 '1;.-, w 1 is to sany
arel l or lot ofl an d, sita ate, I --.. -' ... l-- ii.'f r il i. .-:. ra: n., : .:- .- ~ -!, d iiiti a l l.and, sitiaae-
i- re e co i nts ayof -'. -s r : 1 I n :..'.. -i :. .:t' i u:- In e ai flicoim-
S .1. Ya -'c ..wen anail d h w .1 it nI es E.,c ir d hi tI e state aforesasidl, & lBruiided arnd
ber thirteen (13) in etle C -t ---~ r i. r r 'I, .r ,,r j r ..:- i; a.. ., ytlat is rte a5-iast by lands felt-
Township, so called, h ani etde adai desdcri,-; .i.i,- Iali -t.. .v l s od i the saidl Wiliaem Seymon; iotlh Iby the
lhat is to say-t-hieor an'a ie ?l.',-. *..-- r ll: o~ it rl ,.1:" :- .. i.- r s -. 'e anid nortali by ads of F irederick-
west corner of i.L- t ":-i.' .: e -I--' 11 a lL L .'.'' i -.'. '- -r rodls in firant on the beigh tray, aind
land and oa the sotla sidnie d ady ei."' u '* '-.'.- a i nt.e no rthB eatl, aidl estenaling back aims
3Meniil's creek,; front thence sawathl y evie --- *.-i ac 3 ., -m:.. c- iaA- one aenr efl and. e the saIme more iir
twenty minutes eat eight chains ands sed.vs' l,.'i s-i d r, L .9-sn.ir -i7.'d -ti itr l -i-iE,. :i.- i.-ird'et'sranmt i-and
stake on the onrth line of tohe Perkins ifam n roan Henoloig s.at-ienarm.-a lse. iieer.!hn.. I l'-evesree. e a s. w.1 aw-i
west along said Perkis's"s northin lie ISe cli L 1 c- il.-L4vm...e i-. li- : l...t.na i:."a-r i P.. se n
ly one links to a stake in y-- -"'.n:a: iOemita.- i pe'."-cea. -e 1,,- r. i, said Seymounnir r TbCaver tlllhikiss, Bn
eleven degrees and ret*, i'--f_ -.a --i.le r rk:e er..s .-f *a -n -: ne pts lF.-.: ia d Nmlrr, in rll eyeael
stones on the saia t in i: of the -afolresa >, *.' ::c ..e 1.- 'I.-..a vir-,a Oigst Bi sdr l ail tnrn-illyv
thence east along the said road five dchatin aaE. n ly 1 i.m. .irid ncrlrded in Broome coumt, v book of deeds
one lints to the place ofb iegn ning constairnn a.- eaifI re'i.-r rtr'4-eiq, pages nine y vsis and ninety seven--
d f Fn-or foe rir ons of lmanrd, hbe l s--same m'n r r- .. .. -[- '.. :'- -- 't,, ='; i'I, Rf.-In da -f l.bi 'r n thief
;Wilbt all asid A m ; I*1 ri serediTl 3 3 : o L : i : i im r "1 -.i rt-
piertenances thereunto iLL' -i-;: ors a.o- *a t- 'l -ti .i.. R. i L.'. -.3def, Shewril.
taking. For more pairticalar descltiptio --f 'L.- sire J. I'. DOUrELEDAY.Under SIe-riff
lot ofih'-e-. --es.rt. .--' i bhe had to Broome county booi, o irteo sin eve al eaecutiaon, iisLsuoed lite Clerke
of deei' ---- ie ..rcu, r- -:l thirneeltudied and seven- B af ithn e icoutv of Broome, andl io me dirieoted and
ty seven and three .a- .ai.c a rid severity ; ei. Also, delivered, against lthe goods and chaitels, lands and ten-
ali the rightitlie, ie trest, eaimaer a .Ei-.-d _i the- said mennto sof Davidii fl ia-. l. .velevied on and shalt expose
John Mead, of, in, sad to all and singular, the following to sa leas (the, Iil.,3i .'n e ,-,'-S M' 'la yhegof
described property, that is to say: alli that certain piece, Fbruargi next, at ten o'-n.-i ip ri- '.-.n ofthat daly,
parcel or lot of land, sinate, lying and being in the said athe house now kept and occupied by Willliam Doe
town of Triangle, count and stage aforesaid, known and Forest, in tie Tillage ofS t ir. aC. in ee i-.ru-.- r (i
.--;.-aore e- prert of lot number thirteen (13) in the Broome and in Ihe state a -Y.-.r .- .itll ite ,'.ri.,
a % i.:ig. ir .iji, .. -n Triangle, so called, and bounded and interiEst, claim or demand of hre said lDarid Rugg, of, in,
described as follows, that is tn say: Beginning at the andi to the foioni'ag described premises, that iso say-
ou west corner of land owned by Jonas Bilings; from ided
the nee north on the west Rine of said 3ilr7.,n--z aoI .etyo abouafty-d ne r-l,- iThetown of Cighe-
thirteen rods and v: lrks to thie bank i- .= c cove ,, -n., L: 1 the state of Ner
from thence west ai .r soh bank of he core forty York, bonded and described as fllos tn-hat is to say-
six feet and six inches ; from Shence soulh about thirteen on the north by the northerly half of lot number f ftv-
rods and twenty links to thie highway; troun thence east two (w) a p or lately in the possession of WiRlliam and
alongvs i *;.' ', sit feel and s i riches To he EliaIeth Snart; o wsly lo iber fory ve
place ol ^.rsibrnrr.: crc-,[.,i. 'u sbonthi ~rty cizit st'r"' i (45;) on the eaoyt y Walls' Patent-the part hereby in-
rods of iand. be is a -n ? more or less, togelber wilh all tended to be sold is the undivrided soult part of said lot
and singular the hereditaments and appermenances there-i number ifty two (5) which, by reference to a map
un.abetlondine ofr i an" -o-e aet(rineine.-Ftor a mnore maide by J.- Mrga ofasaid premises will more fully ap-
ari..m ost f r..,an e m.,,ay ,' J-. a r o piece, par-o pear-logether with all anid singular the hereditamentis
eel, or lot oe land reference may be had to Brosome and appertenances thereeunto bteonging or in any wise
county book of deedsnumber fifteen, pages two hundred appertairving.-For a. -. i.ii --I'?- .J-,.1:m-i1 of The
and fty three and two handed and fifty four.-Also all above described piece, ,nii..rlot olii-.a rieferetnce
the right, title, interest, claim and demand of the said ay be had to Broome county book of deeds, number
John Mead, of, in and to, all and singular, the following sixteen, page two hundred and seventy eight. .S1. all,
property, that is to say-All that certain tract, piece, ithe ie tl, interest, claim or demand of the said
parcel or lot of land, siltate,nb N olr n t le the said Doaviu L -::, of, in and to al thatl certain other pie.e,
town of Triangle, in the said L. h ..y ."r or.- and in parcel, or lot of land, siltate, lying and being in thej
the state of New York, bounded aR d described as fol- own of Clein-. in the county and state aforesaio.
lows, that is to say: Bi...ri t the south east corner known ar -.ins on a ma of the subdivision of
tof land forerly :-''5-- n.7':l.' I Todd, on tine read agateat al rd .--.- o rRien Morris, tr uow the
little east of theol idr-Is'.',,: ,-T- ithence north thirty properly cr it-:.a ;,r-. ttidl was made hr Mittres
feel; thence east thirty feet, thence south thirty fee t 10 Carpenter in the year of our Loard one thau ad seven
the highway, thence west along the north side of the hundred and ninely fire, as the east half of lot number
inkhwa- tabir l feet to the place ofbeginning, contmig t gaining ...;,..ni (( n w lre-',s 'he same
bir v r1u- A-' of ground, be the same more or less, n more or less, i ,r-.: r i-i and z ,.i :r .- v.- heredit-
-tgetier with al and singular Ihe heredilaments and ap- aments and asppertenances thereunto belonging or in any
pertenauces therennio belonging or in any wise apper-tiniag. For- more pcrtirrterdeiCeiprion of
taining. For a more particular description of the above ite above piecerparel. or lot of land, reference rma te
piece of land, reference may be had to Broome county had to Broome ecoutaly book of mortiages, na mber siAy,
book of deeds number fifeen, pages two hundred anda d2 c y toof a! e i
fity three and tn- hundred and fifty four.-Dated a pages ninety one in and ninety to-se, all the right .
B':aI- eigh. tr ,j,. lay of .-,rAl.r, -i the year s .o all andsingularthatr orher pie.:. r-
-o -ao- Lor: oneo i loeightt.4.Jr-f -indibirgy si described as follows, that is to is?-ol. en
JAM TES STODDARD, Jn- (late) Sheriff. divided halfof two acres, to be laid out in a square form
J- T. DOUBLEDAY, Under Sheriff. in the north west cornier of lot number fi6P y 0. i-. i Cl-
POSTPONEMENT-The sale of Ihe above described ton and Melcher's Patent, i|l he saw i i-1. i. JI.
properly is postponed, until Saturday the twenty eigilth and water privileges on said two acres, r-i.., I..: imrier
-day 'of January instant, then to be sold at the same: quintilty of half an acre to secure the full flow of the
1ace and time of day above mentioned.-Dated at Bfling-- mill pond-the above property is more fully described
amion, this 26th day of J i -.rv. in the year of our in a deed frim Samuel Andrews to Donubiledav, Sanford
Lord one thousand eight :.-i .. ind thirty seven. and Rngg, datled lihe elevenili day of July, in t1he year of
JAMES STODDARD, Jua. (late) Shieriff. our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty three,
_3. T. DOUBLED A-Y,-Under Sheriff, and recorded in Broome county book of deeds number
POSTPONEIMENT.-The sale ofthe above described fifteen, page three hundred and sixty fire-Dated at
property-is furtherpostsponed until Saturday the 4th day Binghamton, this 56th day of January, in the yeas of
ofFebruaryinstant. It will tlien be soldat thesame place our Lord one thousand eight hiiundred and thirty six.
and time of day mentioned above.-Dated at Bingham- R. 0. EDWARDS, Shff. .
ton, this 2d day of February in the yearof our Lord one .- T. DOUBLEDAY. Under Sheriff.
thousand eight hundred and thir iv sev en. jr virtue of several execuos issued by IhC Gterk
J. STODDARD, Jun. (late) Sheriff of Ire county of Broome, and to me directed and
J_.T. DOUBLEDAY, Under Sheriff. delivered, againsrr tie goods and chattels, lands and ten-

B virtue of an execution issued uatl ot lie Supreme events of Abel Brigham arid Josiah Brigham, I have lev
Court of judicature of the state of New York, and ied on and shall expose to sale as the law directs, o
to me directed and delivered, against the goods and chat- Saturday tIe fourth (4th) day of MAarch next, at ter
Titles, lands and tenements of Gabriel Armstrong, I have o'clock in the forenoon oat that day, at the house nowi
levied on and shall expose to sale as the law .directs, nn kept and occupied by William De Fore-:. ini'he vilag.
Saturday the 25Ah day of February next, at ten o'clock in of Binghamton, in the county of Broome and in the state
the forenoon of that day, at the house now kept and oc- of New York, all the ,right, title, interest, claim or de
copied by William De Forest,in Ilhe village of Bingham- mand of the said Abel Brighamn and Josiah Brigham, of
ton, in the county of Broome and in the state of New- in, and to, all and singular, the following described pro
York, all-the right,title, interest, claim or demand of the perty,lthat is to say-all that certain piece, parcel or lot
said Gabriel Armstrong, of, in and to, all and singular, of land, described as follows, to wil : being ten (ten)
the following-described property, that is to say :-All that acres of land, to be laid out in a square form, as nearly as
certain piece, parcel or lot of land, situate, lying aud may be, in the north west corner of lot number ninety-
being in the village of Binghamton, in the said county on seven (97) in the Nanticoke Township of the Bostor
Broome and state aforesaid, and on the west side of th l Purchase or Massachnsetts Ten Township so called-
Chenango river, fronting on the west side of a new street together with all and singular the heredilaments and ap-
or highway lately laid ont and opened from the main perlenances thereunto belonging or in any wise apper-
road, leading through the lot owned by Isaac Stow to laiiing. The above described piece or parcel of land ir
intersect the road leading down lhe Susquehannah river the same which the above named Josiah Brigham puir
by Lewis St. John's, bounded and described as follows, chased of William Conrodt by deed bearing date th(li
that is to say: beginning on the west side of said street twenty ninth day of September, in the year of our Lord
at the north east corner ofa lot deeded by the said Stow one thousand eight hundred and thirty two, and which i-
toLulherH. Kain andA. D. Slorm, and running from recorded in Broome county book of deeds number six-
thence northerly on the west side of said street five rods teen page sevenly six.-Also, all the right, tile, interest,
to astake and stones; from-thence westerly parallel with claim or demand of the said Abel Brighanm,&.Josiah Brig-
said Kain and Storm's north line about ten rods to the ham, of, in and to, all and singular, that certain piece,'par-
-west line of said Stow's lot; from thence southeily on eel or lot of land, situate, lying and being in the town of
the west line of said lot five rods to the norlh west cor. Union, county of Broome, and state aforesaid, dis-.
ner of the aforesaid Kain and Storm's lot; from -thence tinguiihed as lot number ninety (90) in the Nanlicoke
easterly on saidKain and Storm's noith line tothe place Township of the Boston Purchase, so called, being lihe
of beginning, be the same more or less,'together with all said premises of which Edward Ward died seized-for n
and singular the hereditaments and appertenances there- more particular description, reference may be had to
unlo belonging or in any wise appertaining. The avove Broome county book of deeds number one, pages fir
described piece, parcel or lot of land is the same prem- hundred and live and five hundred and six. Also, all
ises conveyed by Isaac Stow and wife to the said Gabriel the right, title, interest, claim and demand, of the said
Armstrong on the seventeenth day of April, in the year Abel Brigham and Josiah Brigham, of, in, and to, all and
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four, singular, the following described piece, parcel, or lot rf
and recorded in Broome county book of deeds number land, situale, lying and being in the town of Union, cotn
sixteen, page one hundred and ninety two -Dated at ty and state aforesaid, described as follows, thai is to say-
Binghamton, this 12th day ofJanuary,iin the year of our -bounded onthe west by the road leading to Berkshire ;
Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven, on the east by ithe road leading to the Nanticoke Springs:
R. 0. EDWARDS, Sheriff. on lihe north and soulh by lands of David Rockwell, con-
J.T. DOUBLEDAY, Under Sheriff. training about live acres, be the same more or less.-Daled
B Y) virtue of an execution issued by the Clerk of the at Binghamton, this 19h day of January, in I lie year of
county of Broome, to nie directed and delivered our Lord one thousand eight hundred hirly seven.
against the goods and challels, lands and tenements of ROBERT 0. EDWARDS, Sheriff.
Harvy Wright, I have levied on and shall expose to sale J T. DOUBLEDAY, Under Sheriff.
as the law directs, on Saturday tihe 4lh day of February SALT & FLOUR
next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the EPT constantly on hand and for sale by the
house now kept and occupied by William De Forest, in ._K subscriber, at his Warehouse for Storage and
the village of Binghamton, in the county of Broome, and Forwarding, in the village ho-of Oweo.
in the state of Ntew York, all the right, title, claim, inte- in the village of Owego.
rest or demand of the said Harvey Wright, of, in and to, July 28, 1836. V. C. TAYLOR.
all and singular, the following described property, that is / HEALTH SECURED.
to say-All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land, situ- -LIORRISON'S PILLS, or llygeian Medicine
atl., lying and being in the town of Ution, in Ihe county kept constantly on hand and for sale by
of Broome and in the state of New York, being hot outit- .S. A'IINNEY.
ter eleven,in the Grand Division of Ihe Boston Purchase, M'KINNEY.
bounded aud described as follows, that is lo say: on the C OAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS.-Black, blue,
North by lands of Stephen Fairfield ; on the west by Ihe p brown and green Goat's Hair Camblets; blue
nain road leading fonom Orangeville, in Union, up the and brown common do. a large assortment, and at the
Nanticoke Creek to the town of Lisle ;bon the south by very lowest prices, can be found at the real genuine
lands of Patience Marine; on the east by lands now or cheap cash store of BRAGG,1 BROWN &-,O.
recently owned by Horatio Stevens, containing ninety-
two (92) acres of land, be the same more or less-to- JEWELRY! JEWELRY!! JEWELRY!!!
getlier with all and singular the hereditaments and ap- F HE subscribers are now receiving a most splen-
:pertenanses thereunto belonging or in any wise apper. _-M did assortment of Jewelry, which they will sell
'taiing-Dated at Binghamton, this 22d day of Desem at wholesale cheaper than can lie bought in 'this place
bear, in the year our Lord one thorand eigh hundred or inthe city of New York, as it is manufactured ex-
and thirty-six. R. 0. EDWARDS, Sh ff. pressly for them by the manufacturers at the East.
,. T. DOUBLEDAY, Under Shff. Dec. 8. Lz.AVENvWOavH, BRowN & Co.
USTreceived at the cash store of T. Evans and JHandkerchiefs of every description, and some
Sons, an assortmenr 10, ollow-Ware, of superior very handsome. All can be suited by calling on
quality. December 10, 1835. September 15. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.

AT -E :3-.-.-. .7 S.iT.l s a A-i ir ARw .l sear
.- .. ,.-, i l e. I -tt mens iar .- I --i-, ,l i ,. e..u-. l in-re. i faiZ i.n d
_.---i r'ii 5i ....aiI.., st I .ea.ts.ea.a *)l^ av.qic ao h "s-i Bm s ai 0 nr i,- 7 !..-I -'...xsd-L i andl d nidat
CANAL CA-SH STORE Il .-1 .ir ....sn ed.nee. ...... .. ...
A A FALL & 'W TTER GOODS. |. X i. -.- ..---a- s a share of Euiwie eert:.
i 1 A LL S T E A D is sn o w re -iv in g a t tie I i .".i', -'' .r -- ". *- -i .aI r'- "-"- i 'l T : '- m h1l aiiri e ni s n ta:, --. n e w
.Cash SHOme an extensive assortmentof ,ait.jC-., .PL.1 I -c. -E. l.s.as-halslll..lia. b.n. %.-b1 5r sERf
FARYo a GOA L SOGOODS, i ,, it. r. ien J& irensnere i t.......-- :....-- TAiLOR EIN .
aR.Y) -" IY -'L: -..b es.-'-a-*- ..ipitf gOHE 39 yTeUNTG S-
B R Y- -l[-lD s [11': 1 RY & .~.I sI-- I I ..i I. l. h de 5..- ..= E..L.. 1....
GROCGERIES, HARDWARE. -- '. c. ,i._ ,.-- .- ..... '.. ; LCTFJULLY inlionis ifms frriernds and iie
There maxy be foa ed among his si -I e I I.r-1. ..llId ir i. -.ii -.o i ll..., tthat he oerliiin es si e ai bxie h lsae lassine at
D R TY *r f'; t D.; .D..l- ..-ik. i, ..'i C a ss ii e re s an dl i i --. ..-i l il: a ','. r I ,." i. .i....- 'i ,1.-si-m. .ii., l ,e'e .-.-1 'm d o fllFrJt" I ]iKt- & S&te p pnarr l, w l -se Ih e w ille
S a iii eu s, t i .l".. a n .- .-L.- ... 1 I. -L j- -rr-, Ma-n ..r .-,, ., .. 1 ; ... 1. ,l ,- r -r.. r :..c.r hias o ald c stom w s. sa idmi as m alny
sh a m : '. 2 -i a : a i b o w n a n d i.L ut -: :-.--' e h i- t.... l -, .. .-..'" : .*m'u -.. r i ..'r 2 ,,.-,r, -res ,.I la; b u n a eii a1 L.
b e: -- ...ie -- I n,.. Fr 'ach.s&-Gn'-" U. 4e t -: I' I.I -"'lm'. l M, ls i. l l. iF rl r .' ..i -d -1- t s -rom sis aliae e peneSi re in rleb asiness,, he hopi s
Cir- -mien.. a.:I'Ban-l; Sheeting Shiitina dTisc- Dres Handkechiefsand Shawis, a gneat variety ro reader ifallc -s;.rI-.,.n.-,. to alfl wInho Nwill faror him
ing; an etegantgassartmenstsof CA LICOS ; silk. lar- BPiroadClowha; petcraimsn n iaonskEin;ses;Sline raith their entitni. sii- 7
saiillies,Valencia. and .-.- l"-, .._- : l.'. aik cn Jc .ll. Satin leri.i.," i. ; I-- .....i tlasaiineselles sehigsiaestwffaBkiniatuhlieswylleailand chorsa notice.
Silks; '4-...... T. hiibet l .tL.- aV'J i u-. J CaneletSs;-P Ef r..... 1.: .-...- ...-.t hHalls C .T TIiG ..
SHAWLS %-I I. &. '1- .'L E1.- ; Lineas .-. u Mlnccoia-io a :.r,.-:iiii. tI- Shoes, and Sliiis as usual, wiili be srictly asiendedire ad; fromB his
Cambrics; green and white Gauzse Veils; Bishlrsp-'s Getlemen's Caluiand: Seat Boots and Shoes long practice in dltisi branch of the hasiiness, be is war-
Lawn; Laces, Edgins F, i....n.- and Ines-d. -: a Fur Capes sa d Coltsars; Paper -"h ranediM sayinglth h tll l1 s."- "-rt.t i ..-,sc,-l '.B.
1goal asser(niens of GLOVES 4 -HOzL ; krvenreh ladies'Bsketa:- >- i.. .-*- '-I-'- -h--,--?, i -in e 'b-. .-c -J a:. --
Bombazine; ha e end cap .. S honh .e .. i-. ,re ti. .am. l ri ciunry I -.- will e taken in payment.
StoEks; ag t..l.- : bleached Shmrtings; rose and ha- e- ..i.' purchased on the most adrantageaus Bingham.ton. July 14, 136.
dufe Blankets; I ail.,--irll-,s: Suspenders, &e.&c- & tems, and from abe latest importations.. Merchants in
GR O CE RiLES.--Imperial, I.: ion. Young this and the .r1. awisiiiiing toI rept[lenTsi theisi iA IL OR IN G.,
Hs-... i r-! .--, nd- e Sanchorug T.is; S ugaraind stocks, can I ..ni.ic. IL,.- piece .ri- .. .t.-- as cheap SEYMOUR)L P is-cf... I,. i-s,:.I.- l"" c t.Lst rc
Molasses; Codfish; Mackerel; Coffee; Chocolate; as they can n.. "- ime i -.a i-. e I ew,. -. eo transpwr- of Biaghamton and itsiiciinitTy that he contin-
Pepper; Pimento; Ginger; Salerams; Starch; In- ends and customers are inedo l and es the abovebusiness, one door east ofBraggs store,
digo; barlanadshaving .... : Cloves, Cinnamon and examine goods d pt..s HIRAM BI AL and opposite the Broome Ce-o.r ..use. Asa ma-
Nutmegs; plug,eavendishand paper Tobacco; Cop- oBihEo 1 of the Dandies of iL., ,. .-;-.- if.1 .r the country
peras; Alum, etc. etc. NEW GOODS. Taihr to those come.. r r'n *i cunstonis anf
HARDWARE.-Knives and Forks: Shoe RICHA RD MIATH E fsR shin of oar Gsear rmeoplI, I wini say to athse
Knives; Pocket do; Plated, Brittania, & Iron Table re e m oers for sale ofhetter minds that I will warrant my ork equal to
andTea Spoons; Butts and Screws; Norfolk Latch-'I .... s the best made in New York. and supsriur to most
es; Brads, Files, : -i- .- Trner's G. N -r- Nail ery cheap. an extensive assortment of r;ht into this illage nade i ]New V. 11i as it is
Hammers; hbrse, clothes and hair Brushes; Horse SP'RIN11,G & 'U- MMEIR GOOD'. generally got at ..=e ..i ;esltailis m ,nts in that
Cards, Carry Combs. Padlocks, Wall. Nails, &c. Consisting of eit. Six months credit will be given to responsible
L-.r-.-o., a splonkid assortment Nf e DRY GOODS, | CROCKERY, customers. Binghamton, September 8, IsG.
The above Gouds have just been purchased in New LOOKIR NEA S S. W FIRM S-- NE W FASHIONS.
York, anl will be sold as low as can be thought at any Ladies' Straw & Tuscan Bonnets. 1 EORGE BAR D, haring taken his cousin
other store in this village. Persons wishing to pur- X GzoRiGE BaBn, Jun. late from New York, into
chase will find it to their advantage to call before 'iisses do. dO. partnership, the Tailoring Business ait hereafter be
purchasing elsewhere. SHOES, conducted by them at the late shop of G. Bard, east
WANTED, Of all descriptions, &c. &c. of the Eagle Buildings on Court-street, and three
500l 0 ifl Fogshead and Barrel STArES All of which are offered very low. Please call doors west of the Broome Count House, (up stairs)
.5iat-- and HEADING, for which a fair and examine. Binghamton, May 19, 1836. noder the firm and by the name of G. & G. BARD.
price will be p-aid.-[BTinhamtr.n. ,-. 5, 1836. George Bard, Jun. having passed the great part of
J O H N S A M P S O i n b b G O O D S li he tw o l a s t r a t s t e m o s t f a s h io n a Ve s l o p s i n
JOUN E. SAMPSON"), I 01 D S1Broadwa, G. Erd feels confide in assuring his
J ESPECTFULLY gives notice to the inhabi- WHOLESALE & RETAIL. numerous customers and the public, that in point of
4-- plants of the village of Bin-ihamnon. and the f-IOUNTRY MERCHANTS can he sop- fashion and elegance of work, the shop of G. & G.
surr-ouning t... t-,r-. P at le has i -i l-.: a a pl I ith DRY i- ,i:. GROCERIES, Bard "willnothe excelled by any other in ; i .i lit.
.E V J TS TOR E and -u-PPL.E and TIN WAE,at a small advance :' eatestcareand exactness.
in Court-street, two doors west of L. M. & G. R. Rex- from New York prices, at the extensive establishment asusual. I"li u~-hiuon t*-c. 27, ]826.
fords', where he intends keeping a general assortment of [A.prti "2 [I. & A. J. EVANS. G. & G. BARD.
of staple H. & A. J. E VANS,
The subscriber would say that his stock at present RIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASS
consists mostly of Staple Goods, such as HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR STOCK OF AND STONE WARE, STir. VS
Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinetfs, Iestings, Petersham, SPRING,& SUMMIIER GOODS, And Manufacturers of
Fusriaas, Pilotn-? ;. I _.::.. annels, Which, with their former stock, renders their assort- COPPER. 1'.ll \ -. TIN & IRON WARE.
MIerinoes, Circassians, .5.-..:.:.' Shirrtins. Ticck- nmet complete, hieih they offer fur sale as cheap as rpHIS extensive establishment may be found in
ings, c. -c. can he purchased elsewhere in this village. JL Franklin-street, third door from Court-street,
All of which will ie sold very low for cash. The Binghamton, June 16, 1836. where an assortment of GOODS can be purchased,
public are r-..- l;: m invited to cail and examine. HARD WA R E. cheap estaleishment in thiseaper ai at any boasted
J. E. SAMPSON. ..cheap establishment in this i e.

Binghamton, Oct. 6. 1836.

T HE subscriber, as agent for the owner, has just
received, and has opened for sale at the brick
store adjoining the lBroome County House, an assort-
meat of choice Groceries and other articles, among
which are--
Best Java and Laguira Coffee; Loaf, Lump, Musco-
vado and white Havana Sugar; Pouchong, Impe-
rial, Ilyson and-Hyson Skin Teas; Rice, Pepper,
C ,.:, -. Nutmegs, Pimento, Cassia.
Ber't B>I &NMnuscatel Raisins; Almonds, WestIndia
Currants, fresh Figs, Filberts, Brazil and Madeira
Lemon Syrup, Lime Juice, Catsup, Mustard, Ginger,
Sperm Oil, Sperm Candles, Hull's Patent Candles,
and (livers other articles.
Also, Mess Shad, Mackerel, (No.1,) salt and smoked
Hlerrings, Codfish, &c.
Likewise, 50 barrels superfine Flour; 20 barrels first
quality Mess Pork.
The Groceries are all selected with care, and will
be sold low for cash or most kinds of grain.
C. B. PIXLEY, Agent.
Binghamton, July 16, 1835.

IN conformity with established regulations of the
British College of Health, MoRisoN's
are not permitted to besold by Doctors, Druggists or
Pedlars. The only persons in Broome county, who
are at present authorized to sell the truite lygeian
Medicines and publications, are
Judson Allen, Esq. Hlarpersville,
Platt Buel, Windsur,
C. B. Pixley, Binghamton.
J. B. Rogers, Chenango Forks.
Johnson & Stoddard, Lisle.
NOTI CE.-The names of every sub-Agent are ad-
vertised in their respective counties, and each has ant
Appointment in writing, signed by the District Agent.
Miorison's Pills are sold in packets, (and not oth-
erwise) containing three boxes for $1, three for $2.
or one large box at $3, with printed directions inclo-
sed-the covers are signed by II. STErPHEARD MOAT,
the sole importer; and to prevent fraud or imposition,
have also a label of yellow pnper with the signatures
of the District Agent and sub-Agent. C -'No oth-
ers are genuine. The Cleansing Powders are in sep
rate boxes at 37j cents. No Syrup" has ever been
issued by the British College.
War. WYNN, District Agent, for
Susquehanna, Bradford, Tioga, Lizerne
and Wayne counties. Pa.; andmDelaware,
Broome, Tioga & Steuhen counties, N.Y.
Montrose, Nov. 12, 1835.
*e Beware of counterfeits and spurious prepara-
tions falsely called Hygcian," offered for sale under
various devices, and proved to have injurious effects,
and more particularly, an imitation \s-ith forgedlabels
kept for sale at Drug stores.
( Mr. Pixley, who has had several years expe-
rience in dispensing the Hygeian Medicines, is the
only authorized Agent inBilnghamton for the British
The Agency Iwas with drawn from Mr. Re.xford on
the 1st of October, 1835.
IIITE, Black and Red Lead; Paris White;
Spanish Brown ; Venetian Red ; Spanish
White; French Yellow; Yellow Ochre; Chreome
Green ; Chrome Yellow ; Rose & Dutch Pink ;
Lampblack; Putty; Vermillion ; Prussian Blue
Litharge; Umber; Gold, Silver & Dutch Leaf; Gold,
Silver & Copper-Bronze ; Gold Size; SandPaper;
PumnaceStone; Linseed Oil Winter&Fall Pressed
Sperm Oil; -Glue; Smalts, &c. just received at the
sign of the Golden Mortar. C. M'KINNEY. '

JJAVE a large assortment of Enolith, French,
German, and American Goods, comprising a
large and general assortment of
Also, a full assortment of
Swede's Flat and Square Iron
j Iia one and twro horse Tire Iron
American Flat, Sqnare and Round do.
Band, Hoop, and Scroll Iron
N.. Si .'. :.. and Brazier's Rods
;.c. ,; '.n' warranted Cast Steel
English, German, and American Steel
Siammons' warranted Cast Steel Axes
Real Mouse Hole Anvils
Rowland's Mill and Cross Cut Saws
Cut and Wrought Nails
Axletree Arms, Wagon Boxes and Crow Bars
Hollow-Ware, Brass Kettles, Lead-
Brass, Copper and Iron Wire
Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Scythes, Snathes & Stones
All of which they offer on the most reasonable terms.
L. Ml. & G. R. REXFORD,
Have just received a very extensive addition to
their stock, com rising in the whole the greatest va-
riety of Goods offered by any establishment in this vil-
lage. The greatest care observed in dealing out med-
icines and putting up prescriptions.
Binghamton, August 25, 1836.
J OLLOW-WARE.-For sale at he Hardware
Store an extensive assortment of Cooking
utensils, manufactured from the best Scotch Pig Iron
--very light and smooth. W.HI- PRATT &CO.
HE best a-ticle of the kind ever invented. For
sale by C. MWKINNEY.
-F URS, &c.--The highest price in cash paid for all
A- kinds of shipping Furs, Sheep and Lamb's Pelts,
I)eer Skins, etc. etc. MERRILL & ROOT.
THE subscribers have on hand for sale illorrison's
Universal Domestic Medicines, late JIygeiun Pills;
Ilygeian Syrup, and Dr. Hooper's. Hygeian Tonir
Mixture. We are prepared to convince any one
wishing to purchase, that the above articles are gen-
nine. L. l. &. G. R. REXFORD.
50 ,l00 SHINGLES wanted iminediately,
at the store of JI. & A. J. EVANS.
RESH TEAS.-45 chests lyson, Young iH-v-
-- son. Imperial and Hyson Skin Teas, just re-
ceived fresh from the mint, and as cheap aspever, by
September 15. BRAGG, BROWN & CO.
M ERINOES.-100 pieces French, German.
V and English plain and figured Mcrinoes, most
beautiful colors, now opening and for sale cheap, by
September 15. BRAGG, BROWN & Co.
ETTER selectbns, or more desirable patterns,
are not to he found this side the Big City' than
atthe Eagle Store; and the prices are unquestionable
May 12. I-. BIRDSALL.
HIE Office of GEORGE E. ISBELL, as Jus-
- tice of the Peace, is in the '- Eagle Building,"
corner of Court and Second streets. Ehtrance in
Court street, two doors from the cornet,
Binghamton, March 3, 1836.

THE nndersigned has opened
a shop for the sale of
2 of al descriptions, one door
north ofthestore oflH.&A.J.
Evans, in Second-street. lIe
has also employed a workman
to attend to the
m-_iness. in all its various lranches- All work en-
"--u:i O hlim will be done promptly, and in awork-
iiiniilike mariner.
'I"The highest price paid for old Gold and Silver.
Binghamton, -May 5, 1836.
T IIE subscriber would notify his friends and the
- public, that he has commenced the Watch Re-
paiing and Clock Making business, at the Hardware
Store of William II. Pratt, where hs will be happy to
receive their calls, and accommodate them in the va-
rious branches of his business. J. C. ROBIE.
Binghamton, Jan. 8, 1835.

Tr IE subscriber, will carry on the Painting Busi-
mness, in all its variousbranches, in Binighrnton
and vicinity; and will use every-exertion to meet his
engagements with promptness, and satisfy hisom-

kept constantly on hand at his sihop, one doornoritof
the Office of the Broome Republican, and opposite
G. Tompkins's store. Paints will likewise .ce kept
prepared, and directions for using will be given.
Public patronage is respect ully solicited.
Bianghamton, May 12, 1836.
t ag Wou l respectfalily inform the citizens
of Binghamton aud its vicinity, that he
carries on the
at tlie shop formerly occupied by Mr.
1)ewey, three doors south of DeForest's
Hotel. lie intends to keep constantly
on hand, and will manufacture to order,
of the latest and most approved fashions. Also
in great variety. All orders in his line of business willi
be promptly attended to. And persons desirous (if
purchasing Chairs, warranted nell made, on the most
favorable terms, are requested to call at l.is ware
room and exmaunine for themselves.
Binghamrton, May 5, 18386.
S CA tKRIAGE T al illMA G ,
SOR. sale at the Ilardwarc store-Brass and Pla-
ted Joints, Handles, Moulding Ornaments, Lamps,,
Lace, &c. which will be sold at a small advance from
the manufacturer's prices. W. H.PRATT& CO
T HIS valuable Carminative is, a safe, effectual,
.t and speedy remedy for tbe diseases of youne
children, such as colic, convulsions, restlessness, gri-
ping, disordered bowels, green stools, sour vomiting,
flatulency, &c. For sale by C. A'KINNEY.

Is published every Thursday morning, by
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E'ditors- and Prop-rietors,