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for her right•l
Inove!in a p.l
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!an and Ix eubscribar to your
l i ng place kthe Advocate to 'tl♦`e
ref* Smith, Esq., (accompanyi
reply to many solicitations fur
tand ns the candidate for the
should his friends succeed with
entemplated Convention of that
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A LIBERTY PARTY MAN
lib on like Presidency.
PETERBORO, May 8,1847
Y PATRIOT :
To THE E ALBA
'be a Candida
Iron i all dire
Td save m
taherli, let me
once for all, t
have iiever ,
and; I . n not,
ling letters which ask me to
e for the Presidency of the
I Liberty party newspapers
my merits for the office.—
Lions, I am remonstrated with
o take civil office.
• own time, and the time of
any in this public manner,
tat I hare never held office
en in circumstances to hold it:
ow, in circumstances to hold
A few wo i s of explanation may ha ve
the etect to c irrect and prevent misap pre-
Itensi4ns ; .and to shelter me from the charge
of beik utiresonable, self-indulgent, stub
born, n my unwillingness to take office.
I hiid scatly come to manhood, ere the
care 45f my fa prop= lter's very large landed pro
ertv devolved open me. - Much still remains
for me to do,lbefore I shall he entirely re
leased from t tis burden ; and, if 1 eyer shall
be ii4irettin tances to take .office, it will
not he, until after my - release., Moreover, 1
am nit, and it is,-now, too late for me to be
corne,:qualified for the post of a statesman:.
So absorbed I awe I been with the cares of
prope'rtv ; an so seldom have my thoughts
been allowed o travel beyond the range of
these:icares ; hat the information, which I
have i . picked., p, is ' , quite too scanty and
piecemeal to slerve nfe in situations, which
call fdr the systematic - studies and extensive,
knowledge. of the statesman. Again, I have,
the desent s ring, completed the fiftieth
vear# my 1 fe. Hence, my habits—the
habitslof a primte secluded life—ale too fix
ed to make it easy, or perhaps even possi
ble, sd far to averconie their repugnance to
public:life, as Ito admit of my being at all
contetited, ort all useful in it. ,
I need say o more to justify my conclu
sion, that it is of My ditty to go into ptiblic
life. Were however, qualified for the
chief fnagistr cy of the nation ; and were I
the any pes o, in whoSe nomination to it,
the friends of reedoni could agree; I admit,
that the libert party, my circumstances to
the contrary notwithstanding, would be
guilty; neithe .of great unrensonablenpss,
nor otgreat u kindness, should it make me
its candidate. But, inasmuch, asiliese sup
positions are of founded in truth—irias
mucli, as I a not fitted for the office, and
inastriuch as the liberty party can unite up
on ore of the dozen noble men, who are fit
for i*-.-it follOws, that it . would be neither
kindness to myself, nor justice and advan
tage* its cease, for the liberty party to put
me in nomi anon, - Perhaps, However.
. there tire pers ns who, notwithstanding What,
I haii here w itten, will think that I should
be thq liberty arty candidate for the • Pre's
idencl. Som of them may say, it
tl t ,my
nomination, inee it would not res tin get
nag * vote a thirty, much ' ss in imy
election, wool be a mere matter of form,
and liable to one duly objecticms to taking
office.l My r ply:to them would be, that a
person has no right tt:i'accept a nomination
to oqe, unl 4he is willing the accept the
office also ; or, in: the most improbable
case, the nom nation may, porsiblg, result in
the erection. ,Others of them may say, that
the reasons Which I avow to decline the
nomination, are insufficient. But, if, in ad
ditionito these reasons, it should be foreseen,
that akconsid rable share of the members of
the liberty pa ty would refuse to vote ,for
me, w)to of it members would, in such case;
desitl my no 'nation ? Now, there ii no
d°uhti that m ny of this party Would stren- -
uouslt op my-nomination, were they to
knowto what uses I would, if elected, put
the °rite, ant the influence of the office of
the Bresidentiof the United States. Candor
req4es me to acknowledge- some s of the
offeoSive things which I would , do, or ' at
.4eriept to do, sere I this day, made resident
of the tnitedl States. Happily, .all_ these
thi - ogi are not; offensive to the liberty -party.
Haptiily, a coinsiderable portion of it agrees
with ine in all these things. Happily too,
one dr two of these things are welcome to a
majoiity of the American people. Never
theleis, to ev ry one of them there is deter
taineti and i placable opposition. When I
shill have ac uowledged what these offen
sive things ar ,'even those Members of the
liberty party, who are most partial to my
awakener', ill no longer urge the expedi
ency Wtnaki g it.
14 I won d, so far as I bad the . power,
- put aii item iate end to. thq war with,Mex
ico. This 's i dle most diabetics] of . 411 wars.
It is ---- ' ' -weak; ignorant," dis
tracaid, iiile, whom it is the da--
ty of ilhi dpand clierish=not to
crush It is, moreover, a war,
sprinter ,d - confessedly, from our
aatioh t lending:slavery. I would
have iii loplefall on their knees
tn.sek I from Mexico, forgive
best Tot her rnen; women od 1
childiet awe them amply remit-
aerat e • teir destruction of her
Propen , lave them take none of
her tOi obtained by fair pur
chas4l tn. Texas, of which
we se igly robbed Mexico, 1
alma , toiler, or. her price for
it fully ly paid.,,
24 I our .. 44°Y,: navy, at:ldl
whole i em broke up; and,j,by
an elia, tpressive .sand controlling,
have 'tai taifailedi that it is high
time; •, to • be wolves , and - Ne -
- gerst p for' tean- to- spread,
over tai 14' erat -' the - peace Of'
never t for the_,wors of Heti
ti I .
,411.0.400001L0n - cow
/PerCiel A joiowied, I iweuldlie
sofseken toen.4; would Sc nnougtk
deterniint my diatyin respect to ithent,4o'
knoW, that they elitmate nation frotrr nation ;
break tap the oneness ofthe huotatrlathilyl
and Make enemies and strangers- to each
Otherloithoie; who should recOgnizefrientds
and brotkers in,each.,Other.. ",.
411t.'ir*OUld'ItaVe the 'government sus
tained by direct taxation:—for. never, shall
we have an honest or a frugal government,
until its expenditures are drawn directly
from the pockets of the pipPle. - Our pres
ent war tour 'never ha te . seen, had the
people been required to- make direct pay
thent for the cost of it. Again, to support
government by a tariff, is to 'favor" and ex
empt the rich, at the expense of wronging
and oppressing the , poor. I close, under
this head, with the remark, thnt the motives
foriontinuing:American slavery would be
much weakened by the substituting ofdirect
for indirect taXation.
sth. lasteadatheyearly and wicked waste
of many millions upon'fortifications, vessels
of war, and other means of human slough.:
ter; I Would have the government Make the
most liberal' e xpenditures on light-houses,
harhora, navigable streams, and in all other
constitutional ways for proteCting life, and
protnoting the interest of commerce.
6th. Although opposed to 'wars, I would
have government 'prompt to put down and
punish mobs and insurrections. In those
cases, where the insurrections consist in the
rising of oppressors, to conquer the every-
Where . rightfal ittteintit of the 'oppressed to
regain their liberty, I would have the pun
ishrdentot the insurgents so signal and ef
fectual that ; instead of being disposed to re
peat their crime, they would be glad to let
the oppipised.ga free.
.7th. The, guaranties for 'slavery in
much Federal Constitution , which are so much
talked of, Ido ittitiee. In my eye, that in
strument is clearly anti-slavery ; find I would
have it brought, into . the widest, sternest,
deadliest war against slavery.
Bth. Land monopoly, whether on the part
of the government, or of individuals, I would
disfavor. )Bence, 1 would have the public
lands thrown open to - actual settlers, free of
ost. I would add,'under this, head, that
every man's home should.be inalienable, ex
dept with his own consent.
'9th. I would have no sympathy with the
policy, which would exclude foreign-born
citizens from the ballot-hox-; for I hold po
litical rights to be natural rights. I admit,
that our foreign-born citizens generally vote
wrong. This, however, is the effect of bad
example. Did ever native-born citizens.
vote right, the, for'eigners, who make our
country their home, would also vote right.
Had : our native-born citizens voted for
" Birney the Just," instead of for man
thieves, our foreign-born citizens- would
have done likewise.,
loth., I - Would regard the man as fit to
hold oce under a republican government,
who( is so ignorant, or contetnpuous •
distinctive fundamental - principle of x stich
government,' as to make a man's r,ght to
vote turn on, the amount or kind ofhis prop
erty, or ou the color of his skin./"
I I th. I would give office tri a slaveliold
pr, no sooner than to any./other pirate.—
Agaiii, I would give offi to a person, who',
would give office to a aVeliolder. no soon-
et than I would g eit to the person .who
would give it try 9,11 y other pirate. Slavi-Ad
:Mg would soon cease to be reputable—
would soon , *ase to be—were slaveholders
excludedfforn civil office. It is no wonder,
that kis now, reputable. Were we to make
civihrhlers of sheep-thieves, and horse-thieves -
a,s44lv as we do man-thieves ; sheep-steal-.
log aoci horse.steuling would be as reputable
amon us; as man-stealing.
1. I would give offic-e to no persons,
who tire in favor of the traffic in intoxica
ting drinks. I would sooner consent to give
to pelsoos, who are in favor of licensing
gamieg-houses and. brothels ; for the gum
ing-Iteuses and brothels of a country are,
cornphred with its drinking-houses and dram
shops harmless. All governments owe it to
their übjects to protect them from the wide
spreaill wOtchedness and unutterable. ruin
inflicted by the drinking-houses and dram
ittoPit—and republican governments 'mist,
aithiiy: would protect theinselies--,as they
-woult) sav i e their very existence, suppress
these: nuis t ances.. A despotic government
may exist=; notwithstanding the prevalence
of dr4nkeriess among its subjects. It may,
even,fijbe the safer, the greater such, preva
lence; Nit, it is not FO with a republic.—
That:44ll4 as its subjects fall from virtue
and sebrie'ty. The people of this land ore
eot p4rmit:ted to choose Rum and a Repub
lic. Their Chuic9 must be Rum or a Re
In he towns of this State, as you are
awar,, the Supervisors and the Justices of
the Pface compose the Board of Excise.—
his among my anost pleasant reflections,
that *never voted' for a person for • Supervi
sor or, l Justice of the Peace, without first a.s
certaiping, that he was opposed to the, sale
of intpxicating drinks.
13th. There are many wise and good
~ en iit'Secret !Societies. 1 would be sorry
o refhse them office. Once, I would not
ave Zone so. But, now, 1 would. Con.
alment and darkness are congenial to a
espopc govertimjnt :—but' the genius of
pub i licanism deinands - openness and light.
he num, who is entitled to office under a
eputilican governinent, must let himself he
raiwki=—must, to use a low phrase, ". show
is hand." But, emphatically true it is,
bat the man * wll6 belongs to a Secret SOci
• ty, ia a man, Who, to use another low
ihrasp, i. keeps dark." We;eap . not know
Lim. , We can not deteriaine, whether he
's for; or age pia Ar t -furor, against the in
erestl:of his naticin'tind his iaCe;—for we are
"gnoritnt to what the'oatiiii of his Secret `.8;O-_
ciety ihave boutkd him .
Fitlally, were I President of the United
tat"( A would aea up** newton -be- ha
.en coniiotiiin,that, ff itiOititeountutas LT•
Tit tllAirtotif; s tand thnt,thts m tiwpa ow in a
'ga 'fig tinitaimptioa lieca ' et Its wi
ight :' (team, can be saved o ty by a speedy
!tn, ,to righteousnesi. e profitne, 'un
;,rin ;pled, egad. base, f r uld, theiefore, to
, 3 , tmost ability, th st out, and hietiout 4
fpl oea "nfleanfer. act trust.
,r . - t ~
'ld ..* diodi ha' titat'Aruly 4 4gotuCtime,"
hen the C ' Bfitgistrate of every • nation
' ity;jtavei itibesuiP sly, in the wants of the
,giatrater of liraeh— :t.
,• : :
~,anw!locrujinaola • alnaaa. " mom _
a "ii ; iXr.' In:int. na,nrn#.Tne. coop, THAT
litir 114 T rELL Willi ME ; HE THAT wAuc
irrit_nuAlliwixtr-iipri lit - suil, 'atavi r
icy,. • . Gatirr Siiiiii. . -
• MOST AROCIERia 400!,'ENT:77-Lcorooer s
inquest was held yesterday tiri.• Congdon,
Esq; over themotilated 4naitiq Phdfn•
dqr -Hulbeeof ibis town,ag e
soii of Mr. Henry Hulbert, residing abOu .
11141 miles froth this
. 040, who Was killed ;
by vicious' horse.' Thq animal was kepi
as a stud, and it appeqrs that . yesterday
mOrning'yoqng Hulbert left home with him
on one of his - customary toundi. He balled
on David Beach,liis brot h er-in-lit Wot couple
of miles or so from horde -
and wanton north.
A little while ufter, Mr Peabb havingoecas,
ion to go to his upper fields, passed up • the
road, and discovered the Morse in the road,
near the fence, with Mr. Hulbert under his
feet already dead; and mangled in a trian
. defies description. The ' body
was crushed and bruited, the limbs broken,
the face so mutilated es not to be recognised,
while one arm; with the boat, was bitten off
near the shoulder and lax in the field over
the fence ! The bridle ivas wound. twice
round Hulbert's neck, when found. The
rails were bloody and the ground broken
as though there might have been a severe
coat between the two. We do not recol-•
lect to have ever heard of a parallel to this
terrible exhibitiOn of malice on the.part uf a
Origin of Tea.
The origin of the employment of tea as a ,
beverage is wrapped in complete obscurity,
but a fabulous tale is narrated which has
very general credence among even the bet
ier inhabitants of the empire. The story is
thtis given by a Chinese h istorian. " Dar
ma, the son of an Indian king, is said to
have landed in China in the year 519 of the
Cristian era. He employed all his care and
time to spread through the country a knowl
edge of God and rreligion,, and to stimulate
zithers by his example, unposed otrinmself
privations of every kind, living in the open
air in fasting and prayer. On one occasion
being worn out with fatigue, he fell asleep
against his will, and that lie might there
fore observe his oath, which he had thus vi
olated, be cut off his eye-lids, and threw
them on the ground. The next day in p3i--
sing-the same way he foiind them chi med
to a shrub which the earth,had neyer be
fore produced. Having' eaten sothe of its
leaves he felt his spirits exhilerated, and his
strength restored. He reco,nimended this
aliment to his disciples anciAllOwers. The
reputation of tea incread, and from that
time it continued to ye generally used."—
Kampfer gives theyffe and portrait of this
Saint celebrated China and Japan.
G ALLA REWARDED.-.--001. 'Jefferson
Davis, of the Mississippi iegirrient, has been
proinote,cf to Brigadier General, in the place
of General Pillow, prom o ted. Cul. Davis
is t / 14 officer who renderhd -such excellent
service at Buena Vista. jHe is sop-in-law
'to Gen. Taylor.
ODD FACT.-II is an unaccountable fact
that while the distress wris at its height, the
deposits in the Saving Brink in Ireland, was
larger than they had ever! been.
SEIZURE OF AN AMELICAN BARQUE EN
SOUTH A MERICA.-A letter appears in a
Boston paper from Captain Griffin, late of
the whaling bnrcibe grmilt and Esther, of
Greenport, L. 1., the seizure of which ves
sel by a Brazillinn g,overhinent Cutter, was
published some time since. Captain G. says
that the alleged-reason for the taking of his
vessel was that he had !on. board Coffee,
which is subjected to an export duty. The
cargo was being taken out of her by order
of the government, and a sloop of war had
been.despatched from Rib with instructions
to capture all American !vessels
on the coast..
The United States skill Columbia, Com
modore Roseau, and stare ship Southamp
ton, were at Rio April 20th—the latter to
sail for the Pacific next day ; and the lirig
Bainbridge left there on' the . 16th for Ufa
Grande to caution American whalers not to
recruit on the coast, as the Brazilian govern
ment would seize them.-:—Pui lie Ledger.
In Bridgewater, ou the 27th ult., by Bela Junes,
Esq., Mr. WILNEN. D. S,7unn4oth and Miss BETSEY
ANN PRENTISS, both of Han4opy.
THE Lan•-partnership under the firm of LUSK
& MYERS, is thi4 day dissolved by mutual
consent. F. LUSK,
J. W. MYERS.
Montrose, June 1, 1847.
BY E. BATIIiSFORD.
THIS HOTEL having changed Tenants, has
been tit:Roughly repaired and refitted, and is
now OPENED for the acconimodation of the public.
The Proprietor pledges him elf that the wants and
comforts of his guests shallbe as well provided for,
and attended to, in every re fl ect, at this Hotel, wait
any other in the county.
Ea - Persons travelling by Stage , wishing to'at9P
at the BINGHAMTON HOTEL, (uear the then
ango Bridge,) will be left and called for by any Sta
ges running to and from this:pace. /-
. E. RA'gNSFORD.
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. !Ifs). 17,, 1847. 51y1
AT the ARCADE, fiire,hpdred weight of OLD
INDIA RUBBreft, hicb the highest price
will be paid./ _ J. ETH RIDGE:
• J L ine 3, 1847. /
Wool ! t
1i wo l
Lv.an i ati eO,OOO
.L p s;r
PAPER!—Ciootl WRITING PAPER at 19 1-2
eta., and LETTER PAPER for 10 ete.
Quire, for sale by-1 J: LYONS.--
OF s variety of patternyaust received, and3iir
aide very cheap by CHANDLER & Co.
June 1, 1847, .
Wool Carding 1'
THE subscribe}, jurringiitted by - his nuichiniti
with the addition of •IfEW CARDB andotha'
fixings; is now ready to aerie his old customers and
he public genendly, et the following p r i ces , via....
on the delirety,of Ike rolls?' 3 OW/itair, UL bar
ter au eitilr l y:'9 lb'. of Wool=if cloned Scts, ) ,
- • '44••• liYti9pAct :
groolaysiAlne I, 1847. f'
.4 •• kyi
i • rp.-41.7tv rt
OFFER a 1 1 / 4 :111V3, -. 7Tiv - E:y CHEAP - id-4
Spring and Sinigner,VaodE
At prices tiaat cagint, , Pease call
and see flake, rr
montriise, may 9.71; 18&.;
CASH p,id'fi)eireal Md;ulan
H IGHEST price pelf' for B
STOVES -r-a new supply just received of the molt
approved patterns, by ; B. SAYRE.
SALT—a fresh supply, jusir • icedby
i B. SAYRE
BREF PORK, FLOUR abd MEAL; fin: sale
by • • B. SAYER.
1101.INTS: 011 S, LIME, .PLASTER, PLOWS &
1 — CASTINGS ) &c. &c. by ;"< B. SAYRE.
may 27, 1047.
HEAVY .SHEETINGS by the piece for Cub on.
ly. at 8 Cts. per yard. PRINTS & SUM
MER CLOTHS us cheap us you!please, at.the store
of I J. LYONS.
may 24, 1847.
List of Popular l iedic'in -•-, •
FOR S'AiLE 817 L: Af.i RE ORD,
BINGHAMTO , ..Y.,. •
WHO keeps constantly on ;, , d a full assort
-mentiot genuine DEW 1&, MEDICINES,
PAINTS & OILS, DYE WO $ 1 & DYE STUFFS,
GROCERIES, FANCY A. ICDES, &c. &c.—all
of which will be sold C AP A:S THE CHEAP
Ptce.• - I ' •
Sands' Sarsaparil $1 00 Gregory's pills
- salt rheuin re edyl 00 risk's sugar coated
Roman eye b sam 25" pills! 25
Indian Pm - ma 2 00, Balm of Columbia 5005
Mc tuunn'ielix of opi- 1 Hitchdock 's anti-bil
mV 25 bnisipills 25
Phil ey's Pills 25 a 37 . Coverts balm of life 150
Ml fiat's life pills 25 a 50; Mickni¢x' freckle wash 50
do l'inenix bitters 100 Lee's rills • 25
Sherumu's rued. loz'. 25'DrandOth's pills 25'
do fever a ape do 1 00 Post's poorman's pills 12
do dinner Itiseuges 150 Bedell's pla,ters 25
do poor man's 'deer 12 Libby s bitters 75
do Olosaonian 1 00,1 Serve: a bone rhea
Jayne's Expectorant 1 001 made. lininieis 50a1 00
do hair tonic
~. 100 Wilkiilson's tromatic
do tonic vertnifuge 501 wuubd salve 37
do carminative ball. 50',Thomison's eye water 25
. sanative'pills 25 Hill's balsam of honey 12
Dalley's pain extras- Cepaulic snuff 25
tor . 50 a: 100 Hungarian balsam of
Hay's liniment foi 1 life ; 100
piles 1 OW NlcAliiter's all-heal-
Washington rill. for ; inti ointment 25a.50
ilysentury. &c. ' 1 001, do hair uil • 501
Cooper's corn salve 25 ; do toilet oil 50
Mar's cern salve 25•Segur'S restorative pills2s
tirulley'isaln rheum ILarboesex.lungwortl 00
ointment - --‘2s l Clove tuiodyne, cure
Rash's infallible pills 12 fur finothliche 25
Phelphs' tomato pills 25 China; syrup 50
do restorative bitters 2.51 Dr. Floil's pectorial
5l de: tomato pills 501 B YlruP 75
Faliretock's verm . ge - ‘2 5 I do tunic cordial 37
C heescinim's Arabian Ido universal pills ,25
balsam 50 .1; POO floopir's female pills 12
A lebasi's black salve 50 1 Andelsai's Scots pills 12
do cough syrup 50,(3 , x1frey'el cordial
do pd.., pills, 251Bateulan's pectoral
du cathartic pills 2.5' drips 12
do plasters 12 iTurliik•ton's balsam
do feveraagiae syrup 50 of Ire 12
Winslow's balsam of i Pacifi oil 25 k 50
hoarhowal, 50,Kddy a rheumatic
Taylor's balsam of • tincture 50
.i ,.„ 7 „. 14 , 0 , . 41 g A 1 so 13....... t ii•;' , q7 PIM 511
Mother .„ •
relief .2 00 Keeler's invisible ink 25
Fusg,ate's anodyne Conners pain extract'r 25
cordial 31 Cubed States pills 50
WiAtar'A balsain of Wine tan's rheumat-
wild cherry 100 is p aster . 25
Resurrection or Per- Chap an's summer
sian pills 50 a 1 00 co ial' 113-x 37
Jew David's or He- .... Brink abolcs restora
brew plaster 50 tive 100
Egyptian balm 50it;;;;Ieldoc, hard and
Fish's lily 'syrup 100 liquid
Longley's panacea 1 50 E -aril's salt rheum
Dutch pills or lion of ointment 1 50
the day 37 51edittted conghcandy 0
Bishop's anti-bilious Whitd's salve 12
pills • 50Galat4te capsules 25 a5O
II itelicock 's balm of Veg. palmon'y balsam 50
health 100 Bross-ifs ,strengthen
do worm tea 25. pug ;plaster 37
do catarrh muff 25 Atsvod's canker drops 18
do inagneticodOntica 50 do j undice bitters 37
do hair regenerator 37 , do s inal elixir 3;
Parker's pulmonary fLirtn'stemp.lifebitt'rsl 00
balm 1 00; do Cbilese blood pills2s
!Indian hair dye 50
I Webster's sarsaparilla' 75
do bilious pills 25
Oneida tincture 25
;Gargling nil 50 t 1 00
NlercJiant'ti sarsa'plal 00
Flx• bucks' a cubebs 1 50
Pyriap hair dye 5O
Dr. pibbard's anti- •••
bilious pills 12 s'so
Hnntls ahem. liniment 25
Le Baton de Ninon
or French balm of
Rapp's Indian plaster 25
Smith's sugar coated
Spohn's sick headache
Rings 37 a 1 50 Peer;i's vermifuge, or
do bands 1 501 decal shot 25
do plasters 75 Clickiner'ssuearcoat
do magnetic fluid 1 00 ed !pills - 25
Austin's magical lini- !Southern' balm, for
ment • 25 a 501 coqghs, &c. 1 00
Brisk pills , 25 Shecdt , s pills 12
Root's ringbone oiut. 50!Searna's acoustic oil 1 00
Parr's life pills 2.sol'N`mr's acoustic oil 1 00
Upharn's electuary, .• Salts ! !!f lemon - 13
for cure of piles
! A 00 Hennck's strengthen
Moor's ens. of Lilo/ 90 Mg plaster 25
Bristol's sarsaparilla 1 00 Hemsley's.worm dea
l+ Sctidder's achnitic oill 00 truing syrup 25
Cooper's calorie' oil 1 50 Whitlemure's Ameri-
Gridley'a'Salt rheum ma plaster 25
ointment 50 do legetable syrup 50.
German eye ointment 25 M'Callam's remedy 1 00
Arisencan eve salve 25 do Ind. veg. panaceal 00
Italimicheinic'l soap 1 00 I,Vood's sarsaparilla .s.
Coral hair testora- wild cherry bitters 1 00
tire 37, 50 a 1 00 Tousey's universal
Amerals tooth paste 25 niutment 25
Spanish lily white 37 Oriental pills or soy-
Moorish bair dye 50 enagn balm . 25
Erasive soap 25 Vattnim's veg. lithon-
Heurick's sugar coat. -, .. trit rairure sla2 00
ed pills ' ' 25 Bauti nes body laces $lO
do tonktibitters • 25 Sand , iodide 'rif Isar
do sciatic liniment 2.5 sapiarilla 100
Brunt' s Lri 1 . 2 u meth. Davin painkiller2o 37/.30
icing 1 00
With metty . others not ennomeinted. The subacri
beC is Agent for most of the ahhve medicines, and
WAIMANTS eaery article genuine.
LL M. REXFORD.
Bingbamtcmi Jan.lB, 1847.
THE 'subscribers are new Viceiving their
stock of • • • ' .
SPfi,ING AND. strMmEjt, Gc t orip,..
To which they invite rotten ton..Moit kinds
of produce rec'd in exchange. ' , They wish
it distinctly tunderstood tko. they :are--not
fl ie r 48111 pods" f tpt for PAY
14 . f 6 F .o*seart,
Montrose May 18, 184
to • e
• —:',- ~t..• `i 4., . 7 ..ji•: ")1( '..j
A . Ely ananApprentice to e Tin banjo A.
-lad 16, or 17-yeers o of good moral- edepte-i
tcr, who wilOnt to,nlaku ' lfolo., and can
get up, tarty itithe lidritiag; SM good .ewor:
agerina by eapinir,s" -".' ' ' '--- " L, , e.
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LIAI7. skiiiono,. 0( BINGHAimT N
r 4.4 W , I
. U. IlVidgt PntinfreMtittig- Withtble N W
ilf, Elk s.PEKIN TEA - COMPANY, for %%sale, of
;TEAS in Binghamton, and ail] Ihrtith kis enatomers,
nd the tr.dr,vrithaensatshe sane priM;;!ldthat the
, tiumpluiy-bharge kethein hi Net? York, Nyhich is,
* leek, from role tirtivo OhlEmgif; cheaper- Mich
pound than the Oilicersaell at Wnd in eiery cue
4'wl!le•r* - these! -I reaa do not give satisfaction the money
Ive l ill he paid vac k 4,1 r Item.. • 1 ,
taitalognd of Tea&
ii , GEEN.
,• , • • . I,
young H ---1 ' , ... 1 a ! Vital,' '' • ' •' ' so 37/
' • 1- : -
good house Ash
'-•:-. a do.! Jo," ' eweet•cargoi i i 1 - '5O
dO. do. tine cargo, '.
Z 1 75
do. ' do. silveilenf, —1 ' ,::1 00
fiver LE.vf—seldom sold even hilargetlealers, be:.
cause of the small, profits , on its safe—is a
i ive - ry- superioc Tea. f,..
, 40. - dm'golden. cho -• f 1 1 5 . 0
'lGit/dets Okop•--2'his is th finest Often Tealcultiva
-4 i e d in Qinna. -It-is f the first; pickings; ex
1 'cels all other Gre Teas fora deli:af t - 1 of i ts
flavor', strength': id et a. H retofore is Tea
s never rem , ed tide coun except" small
i iota to shit • - purchaser: : i • , I
ilksou, fine 1 . . 75
- do. ye fine, . 100
GO.upo - .er, kw, . • ' ' . r'` •, '.;_:-;i ',: ' '
! < . • extra fine, , 1,,,
n p rial, flue, • i
l de extra fine.
' pion Skiu, good, • •
, 1. 00
•'li. ',l i -37 a
BLACK.i • .
Nltig Tong, strong and , good,flavot, ; , - 3/1
•Ming Yong—The`-grocers sell' this at 50 i cti. and
Call It Oolong. 0, ' '
belong, a delicious Black Tea,. i • 50
o'aLlapare this superior Tea wit t4at sold bygrocers,
As being air Oolong -Ten. Thai different* is too
1 ,l ain ink the deceptinnteo.ialpable. '
bo' ng, plantation growth, 75 ,
l 9 glish Breakfast, fine, . '.l. 50
do. do. extra fine,ls,' 1 63
tiewuurt's mixture, a rich and hiAly flaVer6l
i Tea, ” , 75
i'ekto Flower, -
d I 1 00
o. scented, `4 '1 50 ,
NO Plus Ultra, ?; ' 1 50
IVe Plus Ultra—This Tea is-as f + grant and sweet
i as a nosegay. It yields a perfuspe that istruly-tle
'; , lightlul. It is of garden growtt, and superiorto
fany thing of the kin d ever sold ilh this country.
, rlr The above catalo . ,gue doeimot comprise all
PM varieties contained many asiorament. I I have
.err variety imported, and everishade of 'q9ality,
ina can suit the most fastidionApurchaser. The
above Teas are all done nci in ehiese packages, in
Ituantities of i lb., i lb., and 1 lbd each. .
We have tried the Teas Inipo - • , by the Pekin
els Company, 75 and 77 Fulton , tree) and if we
l ive will try them often, They ii,' Aelling the most
I lelicuies Teas we ever drank; d retail them at
r. :Wholesale prices.—Erecting Poe:
i I r . ou may be sure of , obtainingi all times pure
, 111141 highly flavored Teas, by
,dit- single pound at
1 i.vholesale prices. of the ' Pekin ToOomparay, 75 and
t 7 !Fulton st. They have probabl. the largest stock
1-Wid greatest variety of free Greed and Black Teas,
lapf !thy one establishment in the lib ted States. They
Ctiro doing a large busiucas, and urOm great bouefit to
po if! sum ers of tea.—Atlas. - Q .
Heretofore it has been very difficult, indeed, inf
toAsible, to obtain good Green an Black Teas. Bnt I
love you have only to visit the *are-rooms of the
. 'elkin TP•ri Company, 75 and 77 •Kulten st. to obtain
its delicious and fragrant teas as ybu could wish tor.
---Daily Sun. - • ~. ~ i t
,t 1 word to I!ea-diiyikerso—Tl rekin Tea Corn
) kninv, 75 ant ;r7 havelitoparted into this
I tanarket sorne : Auteilainared, thoullind donors worth
I',l . the finest griales et Green atnicfilatk Teas grown
iinithe Celestial Empire, done ap;in all the various
lteracy packages that Chinese ingenuity can, invent.
l i lt is a privilege to buy Teas at this great .atabligh
j'lnient, and a luxury and coref4i. to drink:them.-
I.)They sell good teas only, and thiall them at whole
, isale prices. Country inerchantsd who wish always
2.lset/ good Teas, can ALWAYS obtain . ,
them at this
Ipilace, on reasouable terms.—Emporium
: '''''• The above TEAS' are for :sale by
a . -- L. M. Rg.X.FOlttt_,
Sole agent for'Broome Cbunty. -'
o Binghamton, may 11...1847." .i '
SHERIFF'S SOESL .
- nrY virtue of a writ • of Pendiglini Exponas issued
/.ILJP out of the Court of'CominouiPleas of Sustfa co.
l and to me directed and delivered will be eilposed to
public sale . at the Court-ouse, in iNinntruse.On 'Sarni
ithe 12th day of June next,, at'l 4 3 e.10ck, P. M.:
b, All that certain tract or parceliot, land, situate in
lthe township. of Silver Lake and Choconni, county
011Susquellannna and state of Peiniylvania, butted,
bOunded, and described as follovis, viz:, Beginning
lat , a hemlock, a corner of a tut ofirl formerly con
i viived to Levi Smith; thence cailf24 perhhes and
18-i Oths of a perch to a beach Abe line of a lot con
eyed ti DaniPl Chamberli thence by the same
120 perches and. 4 2- the all perch; thence
,i west 124 perches and -10ths it ii.pereb; 'thence
Ilin}rth by the aforesai mth's eaSt line 123 perches
' and 2-10ths of a per -it to' the place of bekivning--
COntaining 100 sore's, more or leSs, with the appar
'•etrrances, n log ; house, framed bain, a small orchard,
and about fifty acres iinproved;
iSeized and taken iu ezeentiod at the snit of Geo.
.W. Kerkesluger vs. 'James Nestor .and Dennis Mc
linnald; trading under the firm 4 Nestor 8i NlcDon
i ; y
/ALSO—By virtue of a similar writ, issue* and di
m ted as above, will, be sold at the same time arid
Place, all that certain piece or p#cel of hunl,situaite
id Great Bcpd toAdiship, county pod state aforesaid,
bimuded and described as folldwrs, tri vrit . Begin=
utng at a post and stones the northeast Owner of u lot
of land surveyed tor Moses BrosVil; thence by a line
of Elias Thomas' land east 46 peinhes and 6-10Lbsof
a perch to a poplar sapling; thence by ansold ladd
of Joseph and Eleazer Browni south iOf a deg.
west 171 perches to a post and stones; thence part
lyby unsold lauds of the said Joseph and Eleazer
Brown, and partly by a line of another tract of said
Thomas' land west 46 perches atki 5-111ths ef a perch
to a post mid stones; thence north cif a deg. east,
171 perches to the place of beOnning—Chntaining
fifty acres, strict measure, be thq same more or lest'.
Also, the equal undivided half part of all that cer
tain tract or laud, sinate us -aferessaid, nail buttel,
bounded, and descri b ed Ili follows, to wit; Begin
ning, at a' hemlock, le northeait corner of Lyman
Trowbridge's land,' and seutheitst corner hereof;
thence by land'of the itaid TrawbridgenOiikiBdek.
west, 182 perches to a hemlock fiir a corner; thenle
_perches to a stake antlatones; thence 'ly
lend of Thomas, 184 perches and 13-10tha of :a
perch to a beech on the Nvesterla line; thcucep
laind of Raymond Smith north .l E sof 'n deg. east, 7
perches to a stake and stones; 4hence by land iif i
-- Thomas east 366 t , c relics tria'stake and % a / 1 1T;
thence south by land ot,pbenezei Brownand others
}'of a deg. west 184 Iti&ches , to?the place o f begin
fling—Containing 302• tieres antE'2.ll pixy*. s °flan*
more or less, being part of twtS tracts b'ng ,tile
wmi arrantee mes of Catharine Ciattldra a &Robert
Lawson. (saving and excepting, ~n escrths- 1 are ,
from, 100 acres berottisferepanvittalitlced bear
ing date the ady etkpril, 1. tt! 184 , and Re
cOrded in aye officellit Tecotdirt ; deeds :' lid fOr
Sasqualumna 't - ohnfy in Deed - A, 1it .. ...i_,,,...
ip, to -Jacob. lA. Britik.--also , fiity.ncres; ccili#Old
by Deed,beivingitlate tite.,loth4ny of,.Mi t acit, A-- P.
lan, recorded as "aforesaidAttiperl il°l
page 812, to•ltfoles BreVin-LalsoWs . cri me -
ed hy.Deed hearing daterthd 10111,dayof' 1:44A1
I% 18.13 s recorded as sf 9F.g s sidi4iL e oq 3 , 11 x ;,13 ,
page 614, to Elimzer;l3rovin.Y 1,
' , Alstiothe‘ &ilia) • undMded linteriflalitli t - ertain
ldt, tract or parcel' , of landolithiiie=in 031 at Rend
triwnship aforenisd,' .-bCginpingl,4 a t lieralec stub at
the southetist cocas. eflynont , Tro 4 s,s2bridge's (arm:
thence north edeg :, ,qasi 137,10kes and ft-lOths of
f to ( perch by said film unit OatteiNy's to a hemlock
rner; thenee nortles aeg•weit, . 23 Perches to an
11 sapling cornec)thence, ool 4 5 Psrdl'iss and 3-
bil tilts of a perch.toi Mike 140 4/ 11 1FP:c°F; the nCe
ii uth 160 pert `
sto 'it Waralf4 iiia, ce west
1 7 percheesilall4lothibrii#eltli . tail e place of
ginnit4„ - ,o4tunitioat wwei,: inktvi. el!, with
t apputfgawcf-wri' flavi,ri4;e ether
.1 1- I s t:re ' " ',,theiiiii; - telhiitur 4 g cn V 4a*
revo r i : l Le ititamiabe rteio new in a_tp i ll 'U ninds3,,rii i!iik la w fromed 4at i : f ia 3l -14 .41 : 74. alitel nd io
Seizatill taitcriiitl execitmiatitke Anil of B. A 4
ruendslt indraititard &Ale I , 6daert of • 6 Wahl
1400 4 90.11 0 4',.. ir,li /iiii ;Jo,.
; Ahg o l"-'4, TlVUlPitigglis4 Si* And 4 / 1 '
' 1.001 4 ago, ,wr tt .... At wil:00 .11111
i- , -
I'l " . ".ralfdlitimiarriptilenveareetenosa t =
lying and being ha ilicitownstnr, Of Franklin, in. •
county and state aforesaid, 'b o u n a e d described
es-follsws; to' Wit; , iteginuhigst Os beech tree; al*
northeast denser .; 1 0treok , dieucuit t nnhigisorkftssf.,3
degree, west . ,,i 256 ,perfhett ei ii4dreand ; slimes:
thenee tiorfiroo deg sesf,,lt'Perchni
a perehlcraiititketreditittiis; these" nartit f det4i ,
east;2ss iierchesternsnislibetidoek;A enea_nm
89 deg. east, AT perches nod ~,ti-1 , 0 6* of a perch to:'.
theplaceoflieginning—CestonaMg saes smdloll . =
parches, together wit theappal:tenures, a hawed
ettuse,-fraMedbarni and mastly.iropteced...•
fielied and taken hi' eitentitiou at the 'shit of
Dayton' vs. Norton Rentb. !''
ALSO—By virtue of a shriller wrkiceeed era '-
rectal's:s above, will be sold at theism" , tin* and
place,lhe right, title and interested. libartbssivcsksl •
field Mendip all that certain piece. or. pat
situate in tbe Of Rush,: county 'eisid of, ,
aforesaid, bountietron the north by lands in the pow
sessiorinf Levi Light; on the east hylands of Jolt
Bolles; ,on,llus south „by.lands of Charles BddrastaT.t
Abraham Pattersort--Coutainhg 1551 ; acreB, bo the -
same more or, less, iith the apputl.thianhea,_
frithed:houi44 a fitrmed barn; unetrchard; CbOut'•
120 tidies improved. -
Seized nud taken in execution it tbesait.of
Richards vs. Northrop Canfield.' -
ALSO—By virtue of a sitnihmwrit, issue d and& 4 ,
rected as abteie; soul be sold at the'eame time and
place, all that certain piece or parcel of land situate
rn the , township oflfirmony; 000 ntylunkstate
saidebutted,;boyulded and described as follows e to
wit: Begituiltag at it - heap stodei on the.intrUr.
of the Staquelanna • River, the southeiest
corner-0f Tunis Vanantwerp's land ;l thence nortii
three fourths'of a degree ; east,74 perches to a Stahl •
and stones by the road; thence along Isedroad, south
7.1-deg, east, 15 perches,; thence' north 78 deg. Cilt e
6 perches to a stake; thence north thret‘fortrths4l
a deg...east, :17 perches and 3-10ths of a perch to 'a
post and stones ; thence north 80 * degfeast43,perclw ,-
es to aleap of stones; thence south theee&purtio
a deg. west 148 perches to a white- oak idiig 0 4,
the bank of the Susquehanna I/liver; and
down field River according to the -course thereof:lW
the•place of beginning, containing 47:aeres, more or gi ,
less, with the sivuiteminees, a small framed
an orchaid,:arld abet:a-20 acres improvosl. •
Seized - and taken' in execution at the suit of Joins.
Westfall vs. Levi Lewis.
Shotifro Wee; Mont- (
Moy Ni; 1847. • 5,
MONTROSE BUSINESS. DIRECTORY.
'JOHN H. DIMOCiii
ATTORNEY AT LAW . , blontrose,
moved his office to Tttrhpiha street, Noith side,„
one door-Emit of the office of 13. T. Case, Bap.
and three doors west of the Register Printing OP
SMITE/S i STtVENS'Ar. AVERY,
Cabinet 'and obair Makers.—;tiontrose,l3uaqnehintia.
w. w..s3liTa v P. STEVENS,
A. SEMI, JR, I - F. AVERY.
Saddle, Harnks• and Trank-Maher--Shop opposite
the Farmer's Store.
R. SEA RLE & CO.
A good assortment of Dry Goods, Cnickery, Hard--
wore, &c.-Ste..,'West side of Public Avenue.
Dealer in Stoves, Hardware, Dry Honida, &o;, West'
side of Public Avenue.
F tRAN - Dimit ati.cfich •
Dealers in Stoves, Tin-iyare, Stationery, Dry Goods,
&c. &c.—East side of Public Avenue.
DIERRILL & ROOT,
Dealers in 114 s, Caps, Furs, Plough Points,
West rid `Public Avenue.
, -JE. W. HAWLEY,
Still continues the Blacksmilhing business in its vslie
oni branches at his old StandigiiTKeeler's Tavern; •
B. S. BENTLEY,
Attorney at taw, at the nil office few rode MO
of the Court-house.-
JAMES N. ELDRED9E;
Cabinetand Chair Making. Also Sign and Fat:tel
Painting, Taming,•Paper Hanging . &E. • Shop an
his old stand on Turnpike st. _
• -A. CHAMBERLIN,
Attorney it 4atv, Office over the Store of 1. L. Poe
&-Co„ darner of Public Avenue and turnpike at:
PARK & DIMOCK, - ••
Physicians & Surgeons. Office, west side of,
Public Avenue over the Suire of R. Searle & Co.
E. S. PARK.
G. 2. DlMocg.
• LINES & LOCKE,
Fashionable Tailors, over & Root's Hat Store;
Groceries, Fruits, ConfeZtionaries, Drugs, Medicines,•
Paints, Oils, and a variety of nick nacks.
MILLS & SHERMAN 4
Farmer's Store. A general variety of goods alWays ,
on hand. One door below the residence of Judge
MACK & ROGERS,
Coach, Carriage.,4rui Sleigh hhamfacinrers, on Turn.'
pike street i nt the old Beardsley stand, are ready,
to serve customers, in the most refinedstyle of thee
age. ' Articles in•our line constantly on hand for
wile, and repairing done on short notice..
S. $.. 11fULFORD & SON.
Dealers in Dry Goods,- Crockery; Groceries, Joiners #
Tools, Scc. 4:.c. Best side Public Avenue. -: :
- • -DR. IL • - -
DENTIST—Sets Teeth on Vold Plate• aud pegainiai
all operations on the teeth iri the beitaityle. — Chit
• be found at L. Searles' on Monday* :and Tess'
, days of each week. • .1 • -
H.-Y. WHITNEY; ' •
Physician,pargeori:, & Acchtichiefr'llaidAnOe
2, ' ilmad ; way; (Opp:mite 11,ititist
'' • '
City, Pi:: r
v7 I O.4M4ELL
Bon . Canit th ree ,tioars.‘th!o ( Dri'll;.
F:lMltilei."Np.'4,llroatiw4y) Jack 3o 4o l 3l2le .
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Viere * ‘,l'.ll:6ll2lWir
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Afiallierit' , Wst; Office : 2*kt id
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LYON , e- - - '''
Dealer in My Goodai4l**iiiety ' . 4%1*,e/ 4 0,
~ i iutookbinthr—sucindet.irode- A iWW" ti
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