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Syracuse Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 23, 1857, Syracuse, New York rt: Fl to iE j i If 170 t t BO Day have iust lot of Tn -i To be In M that high prices i Stt rf r them ran D r He 1 f 2 guod clothing BO as he lifu J aCu 007 has of Ready Clothing In i cent ond Office 1 Time 1 25 to 2 00 rer on Commercial way of j i 1 ilo ilo t will run any position U No fo a w 8 s a t 13 ao f i W til AND FANCY JL Ills large slock of va jtj f p J not written will oo general 411 of n Jn 01 la many In advertisers to their or Sa u K 7 upon principles Merchant a Spectacles are otl Uiv Ji No ipS street COMB COME ALT We self T CO arc now opening I and Sou Gold and Silver Specta H ill pay tbe highest rate for the fc ti il from A boxes jj J o East street between the Myers Block Vf i am South American Dollars Dollars -n i ft Our Stock is all of ured work consisting variety and from Easy chairs large and 1 to They stees Divans We are not going op We deem it i sho w Piano Stools JIaho op Bureaus and jStand the I telei Bad just a of i this Tell Kip and Boots custom every our silver ware to warranted equal to In part of i of inb A All dangers of the lakes ana at places of tan at the risk of the owners of- property M- N B Nei ON repute New York and we or State at the Table Porks Cream i 18 EAST AND Ksh Tobacco i city made and warranted of new TUB for anv shorter or lii TH BMS OP T W fiKK P 9 i mallei lo aw part S I 60 M No will be entered unless v Hum to nav In advance and thus have the of reaJlSi If When has you to stop Informing him of your wish and a month or got a dozen more papers you haya paid for j papers to the time for haa expired ages are paid up or we are assured 33 therefore Uls o order lils paper Ing anything for 1 Subscr'lbertSsrho'do rial wishing to 3 if bf their jers the publisher to all arrearages are paid V i j i If Of take their papers arc directed they are responsible they hafi Mil and ordered the discontinued i paper Is sent direction they are held I 8 have de ng to take a wo The ConrtH w a or leaving If uncalled is faole jn JL ALE may be jv This celebrated Slid tv being received and Is for sale In assorted ty rt Shu lowest market prices tne M Sole Agents J P iow on hand ft of small Kegs of Ale filled Se Var luSl by character and contains sufficient bitter highly useful to persons suffering or Bottled Ale Is said to be far the Foreign Ales now triMse and only cost half as much Ail left at their Watren and streets j March AS THIS IS TUB PUKE OF trown In the of our great West it ar claim for notice requiring n -It-'.has been byj far superior to any of the Imported ties there more Graper bottle I1 the Pure of tlw put In of casks to adulteration The only agents in Central New York are JAYCOX city who sell cases of T A G 15 B IS E B BR JE AV E U pbT The is to public OF a 0 v i L A i ever brewed io Western New Hops and Molt only at a j So ITS and IIS Lock JACOB A we cau them New York City prices ann them as represented They for Brandy of thb i ft Che Oar Wines consist Pure juice Palo and Golden Sherry SloBy and Bry and Gins Cologne and other brands Jamaica St arid New nnd Scotch Whistles I Apple i London Scotch and Philadelphia Porter i No North Leader io with any number of from one I fifteen Brass or String i All orders promptly attended to Music arranged I Brass and String on terms Address n it p H SUTHERLAND Hotel Syracuse H Y Band solicit Orders left Mua ft Store or a Residence Ho 62 Lack street Syracuse will be promptly attended t J OF AXO April til 1 STREET Is hereby persons Interested that the Roll made by City As lessors in act of tho for the relief of James Ley ft passed 5th those persons by the Catherine Street to the amount of has been left with jhe under- lined at his In the Hatl where payment may be made for days as follows f Jrom date without for ttn thereafter at one per cent fee for tbe twenty days succeeding at three cent and Uu at flve per cent the hands of a constable for collection the charter aiOta U and I C H 1 V E his city ALEXANDER'S KID I ENGLISH Of i CLOTHS B large of Syracuse Match ju t short ther established west of New York as my J ij Have Resumed J Have i Have Resumed Retail -J trade Stand I Kast Genesee u and Streets the Vj Post Office Where their friends entire New D R be cheap i i any other OneShHHng -j Going at hope One arid all i of our old Iain i not 1 II go i Are now to show as I of Airo Brown from I March Tickings Tickings i Tickings Tip Trip Down Down Down To the Lowest Lowest Lowest enable of Also We sf n her rooms must be pleased as the ash T ABIES ATTENTION of wh oh are now roady and their tlon and kind variety elegance desirability price has never before i N Fresh supplies of patterns Wiring the U Bleaching done with dispatch of nil assortment of which she will show to friends anif Mrs 0 pay particular attention to Mourning H Attentive lady clerks will always be In upon customers A Summer her residence Fayetto street The thr Syracuse eet The j NEW 0 JAMES United States Deputy Marshl District of New and have Syracuse for tiie transaction of r DETECTIVE And will attend of tions frauds and offences of prehension and return of fugitives from or stolen POLICE the of lo on iall and other obtaining they flatter that able to to all charge Charges moderate VERN0M 0 JAMES 1 i The Hon N K HALL Judge of the U C Ksq S B U S District Attorney 1 J Ml Mow Marshal M less fA urt now getting out a new map of nils By this association we We public he parties Mr is well known be an ether of Uils city has been and now is City yor John RandaU and Mi been familiar the last is City Map yet clear distinct and correct In all Its parts it will be well adapted to private and office uso Ii be forthcoming weeks Real estate holder requested to send new or property which shall be properly inserted In saii City office to thff rt Heaviest Best CLEANED Reasons why body should have You tlo ndt have to rip them are more UIL carpets will Wear d> whin nor do I fade only costs Brothers Druggists No or at the Wagon shop of Jacob will be tarn ln oUte March at th CHEAP than over sold In tiffs mil j 1 from to nnd a large stock of well CHEAP J t our Ware Booms wWj Mr the Gage Cc removed their the Furman Weigh tock up stairs VT plaster is now on hand and for D BonU M i P in Cor of and Broome streets York This splendid opened to tion of the public on the of March and re quested to call and give it a thorough inspection stories of -1 us II I us and I the public It has stood the test of of hundreds of S Hair F Cosmetic ing the Skin and Hands ery soothing to the It Keeps akp ye H DYE to the It 1s HUSH Milwaukee Club Wheat i BUSH Glass and open to inspection assortment of New Goods with Bronzes and of the designs China yice Our Messrs ft of phio manufacturers of Chandeliers Gas aL d been continually Increase the very to i nd the public his most grateful acknowledgements for our new Store will remedy every defect that haa no Misted and frc snail EW AT CHINA i Also Silver i also some beautiful Bronie Statuary to we would invite the attention of our patrons W BOWEN very of the most desirable stopping place for persona pleaauifei.i.-.S.rci vfl If first class Livery establishment la be a moment's notice Ih the or ii well kept Bating Saloon luxuries of the s may always be obtained Stages and for all directions may be ibis Hotel Fayette signed having recently purchased f i-v J JHe general him of the lor a renewal of of House near the centre of Depots as for the or business man The Hotel contains all the modern TKe NOAH GOODRICH fH EC- a new variety will be sold low Lockets Pens Buttons Test DIAMOND PINS RINGS i wality than at any it Also a general assortment of musical at the shortest pout BAI ACH 4 Malcolm Building Syracuse IT Y ft Biock and will issue any amount at adequate i continental j IB Irving Fire Insurance Co of New York city People's Fire Insurance Co of New York city i 1 J Manhattan Fire Insurance Co of New 009 t Market Fire Insurance New York of Y i Calh capital t i Cash capital f Fire Insurance capital Corn Cash capital and as c Co of Wew -Y i t j r removed Into Jay Creek have made tallow always and for sa chean I I cheap My Soap Syracuse I is now being put up and when f and Soap Factory J highest market for Pelts and at my Soap and Candle Factory Ho on the Bant OLIVER lorn No rear of March at life Auction and jyfl bi hen buy them MR C ever in this r ready and to attend you The Super on to fell of men F rood cub g u i J of and When going toTTeW are y make of AV TIL r li by the of which In inch confidently who may test sincerity by a critical of flie city of at of the two treat thoroughfares aM most eital great fair of all we sell hack the of doing business Witt SM tam In conclusion we to and dealers believing that a trial will convince Uw great rat to WHOLESALE AND 1 STD MEA ntol and
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