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1455591 GENEALOGY COLLECTfO^



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Cancers Cured!

DR. KInVsLEY,

Has discovered a perfect cnre for Cancers withont the use of the knife Thonaands of
cases cured can testify to the efficacy of this plan of treatment. This preparjth.n will
destroy the specific nature of most Cancers in from ten to sixty minute- Kven in tho-^e
large Cancerous aftectious of the breast, from which so many females die anuuallv u'lv
specific IS equally as eflectnal as in those smaller surface Cancers. Ninety-nine out of a
hundred of all those persons who have died from Cancer, could easily have been cured
Cancer has been considered from time immemorial the greatest scourge of the human
race ; but the time will come when all shall see that it is as remediable 'as any other dis-
ease. At the same time remedies are triven to purify the blood and fortify the -vtem
against a renewed attack. In all cases, if the Cancer is not too far advanced a perfect
cure is warranted, or no charge. '

Most persons are greatly deceived in regard to the first svmptoms and appearance of
Cancer, considering it very painful from the commencement. This is a sad mistake
(causing the death of thousands.) tliere being but little or no pain until tlie Cancer i- far
advanced. The only symptoms for months, and in some cases even for years is occa-
sionally either a stingin;.'. itching, smarting, burning, creeping or shooting sensation
and in some cases not even any of these. Nearly all of those kernels or himps that occur
in the female breast, and also those unnatural appearances in the form of crusts or warty



ment; as thousands of very valual)le lives have been lost from pure neglect, having been
misguided by physicians having no knowledge of the disease, who. bv calling it Scrofula.
Erysipelas, Salt Rheum or some other non-terrifying disease, lull this unfortunate class
in the cradle of ignorance, nntil upon the very verge of death, when, to hide such i>nior-
ance. the physician tells the patient that it has finally turned to Cancer, and cannot be
cured. There is no such thing as turning to Cancer. Whatever ends in Cancer, beean
in Cancer. Be no longer deceived. If you have the slightest suspicion of trouble, seek
immediate relief and thereby preserve life.

Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, Heart Disease. Dvspepsia, Liver Com-
plaint, Fits. St. Vitus' Dance, Neuralgia, Scald Head, Piles, Tape Worms, or Worms
of any kind, all Diseases of the Skin, Pimples, Scrofula or King's Evil, Fever Sores,
Spinal Diseases, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Diabetes. Kidney iJiseases, Gravel, and
all Diseases peculiar to Males or Females, successfully treated.

Warts, Corns, Sunions, Moles. Wens, Birth-Marks, Tumors &c., removed. Especial
attention given to the treatment of Crooked Feet, Legs. Arms, Spine. Neck, and all other
deformities. Cross Eyes straightened. Hare-Lips cured by an entirely new plan of oper-
ating. Operations for Stone in the Bladder. Polypus. StranguIatedHemia, Fistnia, or
the cure of False and Crooked Joints, and all detormities of the Eye Lids, Nose. Lips,
Neck &c., resulting from Burns or Wounds, performed upon the most scientific princi-
ples. All Diseases'of the Eye and Ear treated with very great success.

Especial attention given to the treatment of all diseases originating from the errors of
misguided Youth.

Patients from a distance, except in Surgical and Cancer cases, by sending a fbll des-
cription of their sjTnptoms, can have medicines sent by Mail or Express, and be treated
at home.

All letters promptly answered, and medicines ordered, immediately forwarded.

The Doctor is a graduate with an experience of over fourteen years in the practice of
medicine, twelve of which have been spent in Rome.

N. B.— All persons troubled with Asthma should send for Dr. Kingsley's ASTHMA
SPECIFIC, which is warranted to relieve any case or money refunded.

Send for DR. KINGSLEY'S AGUE SPECIFIC, which is purely vegetable and
never fails to cure.

All troubled with a Cough of any kind shonld be sure to send for DR. KINGSLEY'S
COUGH BALSAM, which cures as by magic.

For Further Particulars, Write the Doctor.



2 BROOME AND TIOGA COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

Nos. 11 and 13 Court Street,

You will find the largest Stock of

staple; and fancy

DRY GOODS AND CARPETS

In GUI' Salesrooms of any house between New York and Buffalo. Every-
thins!; that is uew and desirable in the way of

EMBROIDERIES, WHITE GOODS,

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING GOODS,

Hosiery, Carpets,

Gloves, Oil-Cloths,

Cloths, Trunks,

Notions, Satchels.

And other Woods usually kept in a first-class Dry-Goods House.

The above Goods are bought in large quantities for our jobbing and re-
tail trade, and will be sold at a small advance from first cost.

You are cordially invited to examine our immense stock.

D, M. & E. G. HALBERT,

11 and 13 Court St., Binghamton.



> BROOME AND TIOGA COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.



Nos. 11 and 13 Court Street,

You will find the largest Stock of

STAPLiE AND FANCY

DRY GOODS AND CARPETS

In our Salesrooms of any house between New York and Buffalo. Every-
thing that is new and desirable in the way of

EMBROIDERIES, WHITE GOODS,

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING GOODS,

Hosiery, Carpets,

Gloves, Oil-Cloths,

Cloths, Trunks,

Notions, Satchels.

And other Goods usually kept in a first-class Dry-Goods House.

The above Goods are bought in large quantities for our jobbing and re-
tail trade, and will be sold at a small advance from first cost.

You are cordially invited to examine our immense stock.

D. M. & E. G. HALBERT,

11 and 13 Court St., Binghamton.



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CARRtNGTON $ PORTER,

lAWSO^'SDIMoiiOTilliiraRMCiS,




Parlor Stoves,

Tin, Sheet Iron

AND

Copper Ware,

Roofing

And Builders' Jobbing

Pi'omiitly Attended to.



ACCNXS

HERRING'S

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AND

Burglar Proof

No. 35 Court Street, Binghamton, N. Y.

We inaiiufaclure llie best and heaviest TIN WARE In tliis city, oiid rniiii llic liesl

(inality of TIN.

m.\ M. C.MtniN-GTON. T. EDSON I'ORTKK.





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e Superiority of tlie PiiBciples and Meobanism of this
MacMne, have earned for it its Reputation as the

Mist Perfect M Most DiraWe Harvester in tie World!




Siies and Prices (o Suit all Classes of Farmers.



MANllFACTURED BY



ADRIAIMCE, PLATT $c CO.,

j 165 Greenwich Street, Near Courtlandt,



JVliiniifactor}', - Poiig:likeepsie, N. Y.

I S>escripHve Circulars I^orwaraed by Mail.



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GAZETTEER



AND



BrSWESS DIRECTORY



OF



BROOME AND TIOGA COUNTIES. N. Y.



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1872-3.



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED ' BY

HAMILTON OHTLD.



AUTHOR OP WAYNE, ONTARIO, SENECA, CAYUGA, TOMPKINS. ONONDAGA, MAT)1
SON, CORTLAND, CHEMUNG, SCHUYLER, ONEIDA, STEUBEN. ORLEAKS, NIAO- I
ARA, GENESEE, CHENANGO, MONROE, HERKIMER, SARATOGA. MONT-
GOMERY AND FULTON, ALBANY AND SCHENECTADY, RENSSELAER,
WASHINGTON, WYOMING, COLUMBIA, ULSTER, SCHOHARIE,
OTSEGO, SULLIVAN, LEWIS, Bt. LAWRENCE AND OTHER
COUNTY DIRECTORIES.



Permanent Office, 23 & 24 E. Washington St., Syracuse, N. Y.



" He that has much to do, will do Bomething wrocg, .^^^-^ °4*^*'eT ?rftiryet w^^n
the consequences ; and if it were possible th^t he should aU ays ^^t "g^>^ ^^^ ^^ by
such numbers are to judge of his conduct, the bad ^'^ «f j^!J°^^'^ """"^
malevolence, and the good sometimes by miBtake."-SA2iUEL dooNbON.



SYRACUSE :

PKmTED AT THE JOUKNAL OFFICE, 23 & 24 E. WASHINGTON STKEET.

1878.



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MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALL STYLES OF



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Made exclusively from Oak Takned Leather. Also Dealer in

Saddles, 2ru7iks, Yalises, W/iips, Curry Combs, Cards,
Zinc Cottar "Pads, Steigh Setts, Stankets, Sobes, £c.

30 Years Experience in the Business, t^" REPAIRING- Neatly Done.



WILLIAM WAYMAU, ■ NICHOLS, N. Y.



INTRODUCTION.



ITSTTRODUOTION^.

In presenting to the public the " Gazetteer and Business Di-
rectory of Broome and Tioga Counties," the publisher desires to
return his sincere thanks to all who have so kindly aided him in
obtaining the information it contains, and rendered it possible
to present it in the brief space of time in which it is essential
such works should be completed. Especially are our thanks
due to the several editors of the papers published in the Counties,
for the uniform kindness they have evinced in calling public
attention to the author's efforts; and for essential aid in furnish-
ing material for the work. Many others have placed us under
similar obligations, but as credit has been given in most of such
cases, as well as in works from which we have quoted, in connec-
tion with the substance of the information gleaned from each,
we omit special mention here ; while still others have kindly
volunteered their assistance, to all of whom we tender our grate-
ful acknowledgment.

That errors have occurred in so great a number of names and
dates as are here given is probable ; and that names have been
omitted which should have been inserted is quite certain. We can
only say that we have exercised more than ordinary diligence
and care in this diflBcult and complicated feature of book
making. Of such as feel aggrieved in consequence of errors or
omissions we beg pardon, and ask the indulgence of the reader
in marking such as have been observed in the subsequent reading
of the proofs, and which are found in the Errata, following tlie
Introduction.

It was designed to give a brief history of all the Church
organizations in the Counties, but owing, in some cases, to the



INTRODUCTION.



neo-ligence of those who alone were able to give the necessary
information, and in others, to the inability of any one to do so,
we have been obliged to omit many or indefinitely delay the
completion of the work.

We would suggest that our patrons observe and become
familiar with the explanations at the commencement of the
Directory.

The map of the Counties was engraved with great care by
Weed, Parsons & Co., of Albany, and will, it is believed, prove
a valuable acquisition to the work.

The Advertisers represent some of the leading business men
and firms of these and other counties ; and we most cheerfully
commend them to the patronage of those under whose obser-
vation these pages may come.

While thanking our patrons and friends generally for the
liberality and cordiality with which our efforts have been
seconded, we take this occasion to express the hope that the
information found in these pages will not prove devoid of
interest and value, though we are fully conscious that the brief
history of the Counties the scope of the work enables us to give,
is by no means an exhaustive one, and can only hope that it
may prove a nucleus and incentive to future historians, who
will be the better able to do full justice to the subject, and leave
our work to secure that favor which earnest endeavor ever
wins from a discriminating public.

HAMILTON CHILD.



ERE AT A.



1455591

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.



Stamp Dntles.— All Stamp Duties enumerated in this work, will be aboliehed oa
and after October Ist, 1872, with the exception of the two cent stamp on Bank Checks,
which will ?till remain in force.

Postal Rates and Regulations.— The postage on Circulars ie now one »"ent
for every two ounces or fraction over two ounces. On Books, two cents for every two
ounces. On Newspapers, one cent if under two onnces. and one cent for every two ounces
or fraction over two ounces. On Packages of Merchandise not exceeding twelve ounces
and containing no writing, done up so they may be examined, two cents for each two
ouBces. Unpaid postage will be charged double rates.

Gr.A.ZEXTE;E K— Tioga Coianty-.
County.— The Candor Freb Press was started at Candor, in Josiah Rich's law
office, in November, 1867, by Clizbe & Mandeville, and after six weeks was purchased by
the junior partner, J. D. Mandeville, who after a time removed it to Holmes Building,
in South Candor, where it wa» burned out in the fall of 1863, and after a few months
revived and continued by Mr. Mandeville in the basement of the Eagle Hotel, until Oc-
tober 13, when it was purchased by Graves & Shepardson, of Owego, who continued it
until the following February-, when it was moved into the third story of Tnttle &
Bogert's brick block, on the site of the burnt office, and purchased by Benj. B. F. Graves.
its present editor and proprietor. In December, 1870, it was removed to Spaulding &
Heath's building, second door above the Post Office and Depot, in the center of the vi -
lage, and in September, 1871, this building being needed for a banking house, a set of
convenient and handsome rooms were fitted up in the second story of the next building
north, where the office is at present located. The paper was called The Candor Prett
until it came into the hands of Graves A Shepardson, when it was enlarged and the
name changed to Tht Candor Free Prut. It is the only paper in the County oflT from
the Erie Railway, and tha only representative of the north part of the County. It is neu-
tral in politics.

IDIR,£;CTORY— Broome Coianty.

BIngrliamton, (Town.)— *McGEAW, D. C, (Binghamton,) prop. Riverside Gar-
dens, half a mile east of water works, producer and dealer in choice flowers and vegetable
seeds, also green-house plants, ornamental shrubbery and trees, fruit trees and small
fruits.



Bingbamton City.— ♦BINGHAM-
TON TIMES, (weekly, Thursday,) 38
Court, 3d floor, Purdy & Cronin, props,
and publishers.

Brown, Lewis, lumber dealer, rear of Gay-
lord Block, south side of Susquehanna
River.

Campbell, E. R., billiard room, 99 Washing-
ton, also lunch room, Lafayette Block,
8 Court.

CRONIN, DAVID E., {Purdy



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