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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - December 1, 1858, Syracuse, New York                             CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY HA.LSTK1)   SIM HITS. i AMI WIIOLWAU: IIKALXIII V. m ri.r.-i-i, in.: iMni'iir wisix, AIJJ. MM...I. 1 "l oiijfTlTMOWltl.M.' ilMfc-r j III I.ICJI'.i" v'" Tin K BOOTS AND SHOES. OUTS AXI> M10KS I KKNTON ir.nn Mi-.nnl.oot I. i wiinian. or rtrj nrrivn; "t I '.vliirli IM; I I ..ill t I .V) .10 s T. HIIA7.K.I. "I1 M." COliN'A'-' IlilANHV i- iwu- r.-0'lV'..t, Hid it '-11'1 ..I III" m.irkcl pitro. i ixii'inN IL. ABBOTT, Xn. 4T. WiiltT Mr.-i-l. N.'w York PltlCKS JIX1WCKD FOIt AM5 AMH cnuri t'l Ilii- piil'll, rh.-ItT, wi'll.kll'.wn I'll'IT lllul'MXU WOl'.HI 01 I caiww .1  li.'. li.'l r.'l I'r.' H.-I. IK. .u.'i.t- ui aii'l injtlt, mnl In for nalo vi s 175 .mil I7i> .I.M'dll MOFT.VT -t Cuuuidalftuii Ale, mvx stAXtrAcrer.KD WOKK, nny ott.v I or difOMAt-u! in Dot, as they vain ever bu without Ii ilr -.-ill li c-'.-rv- 1U> e IK'.', ill IHMI tin b..M and serelv OHMS will ilic ii' wit. lilui; th- tons e of tliou; I lo It Tiio for I'rof. Wo.1.! tin- foUovilij; lrtr.1- Mr.. Sew 113) .I Now Iliivcn paper alwnl W.wl's IlI'li cur.' 1 al your fitori- 'ir.uiu.Int-. pni.'li..s-.'d bi't'ile to try II.. It win tlio lo It (.r Apr lo my interaction Kor llw .liluplo ru I., ilir K -on llml do uul lo a l -L.Tii Jnbbor SSanufucturor. KoUII Htorn irr'enV'ivc'l the win mil in or thrio inobi-s li r orr. 1 ln..'o Brt-a- li.ith.la l. mi, two botil'5 I'OBI, 1 don't know anj li.-o-c n mirKri iiu- juiuv "r r.'iTrs I'KA'rr. length U awl m Ib aftcr ,HlllttlV 111! llll.Kl. .'lll.l I" 1'iwoiiiori I- KIVK I tin- TIM All nun ry, nml IWVIT M. lT.il ,t ;n.tl ov-i in'Tit.- uflli if til" nwii'-rn. Alt' I In- stiortosl nolivf. U'ivn yniir unliT.s ,it Ihf Cntim icf Hi.- Omiity Cli-rk V olllri IIUMI l li> ili'prwl.H'! In In-li llio Asi'lili fat a liomhlT I Cdli bo rofcrrei] lo, to Alf iintl 111.: (lly intry iin Alo Otncii, 1IACTIK. lli-i'nllrs, (iini. Ililllii, Willi-H. I'll'., "f all MndM ll'.iirb-ni and Jlonimgr.ticli and P. I', K Son's Ixnvtitn Porter, roconi nu-i'd'il by all ai tho host In the world aim nil ulii-r briiudx .iinl I am MOW rectifying Iho ramc. WIIIHKKV Tim', i-.in'l Im which I will always tinvi' on lianll foi nt prk'i'H Hint will X. SOI'TH SAI.INA cil ofonr Itself i.r my bin two In! Iho top of my ivii.i-.si.nu, u l ml.- th back r-rt 01 Ji STOCK, an1 lion' lo I'ni'lih'U otMli'liior.i with NEW AND Fit 1C SB tlOODB, AT OUK UBTAII, BTOI'-K. nt bott'o.-! of Itefllorntn and now is woll.slKl'l-'l nltb n pro itiiug crop Vii'ilnis ondallon, in-iny ..thor? to Iry it. D >.o. Iti-l V: oslrwit. r il S T I! K i: T my rail' In lia -IJK11> die ItlUUCK, IMItKHIX AS'li 'I'lOMEsTIC No .My.'.'., I.' .....II.-IH-.! HusiiK'.-s. Thi'.v hiiviM.il illnl WlXfX AND 1.IQUO1W In tin- in.ukPi, in purl iho VINK (11.1) OHiMAC iH.inl. li'ipiiv A: b'azorac 1'iNi: I.K A. x l' X. V. I" Ilil'orin Iho public lint llro> Hie of orrylng on hand nf DIP Inriti-k: fc to. I'cllovowin, I'oil, Shorry ll'iiul of viu'lnus bfiiii'tM. .l.iliKilrii anil St. l.'rolx RinnM. s'rotiib, Biiilrtioit nml Whlnklus. anil S-otch All1, clc. etc., tic. i.' in' iniblli' K iwiii'rtfully sollultoil. IllVfllf Ct'UUKNT o> 1. 1) L' I S I! I T lor Fr-STOX .V CO. AMD 8HOKS, LEATHER AND KINUIXCB. ST I i, W 101. I- '3 SONS. ;iu XORTI1 SAI.IN'A STRKKT. Block, (f'ji'lunrly Kmpln-.) llwjimtrewlvnl Iv 'inl Html from fur Ilit almro nitntlone'l lan.ruveiii-ot left wltli'tbe Treamrcr "and Tav llii'llou.to person, corpornli.m or Kiclnllou IBM liw "r Uiulr sjjctjmclil ibli aottcc, let: fur ftn crty T tlielMltcr viic per BffalfArc? jwrr cent i and for the remaining cunt he. If j anr Kelt aaaewaiDla remain iinpald at "f l lliey bocolkclc.l a. el O.irs, ii r. New Y-jrk irun j Vri'iiotcf Kvhi itva o oVI-ck r. "''f rrlli rtwivi of ihc I hrralw r. liiiii'i, I'll .slvlc Tided by Cbftttrr. JAUEH f. Crrr Oman, Sept. T, f C1T V ta of liic llie cllr of been completed mil iu ihw uLbcc thereof lnvc Ijten left wllb (be Trcmurtr Tax Hecelrcr for cullcctlou, to nboui pfniat, corpuradou ur uia> lilf. Ktr or Ibelr tnl for the of iroui Ibo 'Me "I ihn ties, BI for twenty j.tr coat. ed; for itctHly nnl firar fees will be collactcil; for tbc few wll! be collteled.miiil for tlif >Mt foti wUl volUctvd. If alijuitta rbbll remainuuuoHected oftbvsald one Itun- drod rluTfft tber wilt colleetetl proyideit Char. Ur. JA11E8 8. fill-LKSPIE, Clerl'. "u of the i jiitVliXs, CIli'i' Hvi'll i 1.L1 llti.NT, Aijcu't, i olllro fo .t lloolnlon il..X. pulllt lift' I'l .1 'li .Vl-! J V.'oon- j-nni-rcalxiritti'inirn 'aclnrcam in ji-eontly discovered Hill Itowrn ivo, I Kl.ilo, for wlioiu-owor It maj concern, tlint I 1 wo iiMd i and k'nown others to uso I been In liiiblt of twlng i-llicr flair Reslo tbull And youre vastly aijpof lor to other know. It entirely de.-i.wcs tlio of .laii-lruff, an- with oto nionlh'D proper will f'Slore any person's hair lo.lhe orlKlniil voulbfnl color and loxtiirn. (ilvlng I- abmllliy, HOl't and appearance and all ut dijcolorl liii the hands thai apply il 01 ilrc.1 on wh :h It drops I wouW. iherefori-, rccomnK-til iw ui-o to.cvoi r one desir iniii orh'avlni: :i Hue color mid toMurn to hair. n-spMlfnily yoi re, S- KING 0. .1. WOOIl .t CO., 1'r.Birlslorx. .112. Broad YB (In Hie Kreal N. Y. Wre Knltlm: liitiWhhmc Mark-.it Mo., And soil by nil  01.1. A Its HOOTS AXn KHOKS, HiiTfi from KaMvrn 'Wlilch tliey arc prelmreil lo sell from 16 to 2-3 P.-I' C''ut. lower than any other establishment to this city. They have taken advanlaKO of tho hard llinea and for cash, Totineoucntly can sell nt prices that defy Their stock comprises In tho line of BOOTH, SHOES, LKATHKR AND VISIHXOS. Tlioy keep coiiRtautly on hand M.'ll.s' Kip, Black, Calf and Patent Lcntbor Hoots. Of overy slylo and price. Al-o, Ijullcn' Prunella, Foxed Plain, C'onijriw nnd lyice Morocco, Call', Kip Enamelled Boots. IkMides a general assortment Hoys', Youths', am! Children's Work. Tli.sy have just received large addltlone to their stoi k of "ol.. lialhor. French CWff kins, Upper Khw, and every- IhlUKtn the of Klndlngs, which llrey oAir.at rwy low They will soil you Bood frojh work of their own .anufacture, and Knslern work of tho very quality, i low M you can buy old slock In any move In nil- ,'lly. Work made lo ordpr and w.irrnnteil. Ui-mcmbor Iho ptace, Xo. SO NOHTB SAU.VA SIKKKI. dtf Vortiow Block, 'S f.l NVIXE Pli i's csT'Sfixi: VRWAKATION, IIH.MilOl.li'.S I'lirrAKATION. ,v nrmr.ilni: u- aii'l ClieiiiMry with Hi- ji.MtMlufuricy am' ''li-ini.'iil kno'tlodge dovolf) to CI.KIJK'H OKKK.'K, Jlh IVuKr- or irr XolUo w hereby lluit r.-ccKe llic .itteotlon thN with Ilif for nune, ni'Ht left with the fily f.n "r wrme t l.Mh In :l. lly 01 tho lie ;rd. _ JAMM S. UlUJSl'IK, (lurk. I.T BATTIJ5 BJtlP, ilr it number )uf I inibllnhM ami sol, rlsttoM at PrCK'H iltf ti.OO 'J.OO 10.00 12 (X) IIL-SO.UHJS Wist I. Ver D >t. Krum In Sivcrt S.OO B.OO Ituall il.OO rtillnK Tokay CUAMFA1HN. Per Uun'tt Silver Kuulart Cabinet. GroHtiaa ft Helms AmciH' Kcruicl.. J. Tauti'loutJi SllU-rv Moujn'ux rtali.ai u ore rK YOU 'WAKT TO 'VOlTHSKt.VKS W 1 T II KOO'I'S AND SlfOKK HOOT AND HHOK IVJUflXB ULOCK, pHK MH9T OtTSf OF THK By Ibo hoitim ol' I M o A T IIY A NW. -14 aud 4t> UI.OBK BLOCK, 4AMXA STKKKf. Well known, well ready wilii TIIK IJJST --VND CHEAPEST OOODS To be found In cily or ehowhrrr. .in. now receiving lUlly from EUI'UIH. n '.Tom tho Iwfte Package gates at Ani'timi. .inil from the country al large. AX IMMEXSE STOCK: Fully it uot.-.uperior lotuatof lart Kail, whicli generally in til.: dayic or the I'onlc. MVEIl av Dit. SAr.'XOftn. CDMPOILN'DKD ENTIRELY .J.'KOJl SIS, ono of Iho bent Purgative Uver M  bo found the latest styles of CljOTIB, YKjnXflS, OVKRCOATIXfi, Together with a choice and large stock of BODY-MADE Which cannot be surpussodlilniiymartet. Kvcrygartten la carefully cat and made up iu the bent style and manner under our own rapervtolon therefore, we can guarante onr Clothiuic In every respect. XURXlSHEiO We design keeping on band tho largewt and soleclci aortmeni of Oent's.KurnSihtog Ooods, ever kept in this BOYS' CLOTrnXG. Onr especial attention will be.MM 'lo'thb department Wo shall at all tlmex keep on band a full. and. complete slock of 'Boys' and Youlhn' Clothing, and stall be aWe a all times to supply wills. IIOUSD .TACKCTS, 1'AXTS, RiOLASS, KOI YoulhK from four years and upwards. Our far! such that we wll! at all limes be abki to supply the i-Voi wilh latest Xow York and Willndelplila OUR CUSTOM Is in tbe hands, of men of great experience aud ackuow IcdBcil abilities, and no care or expense Is spared to exce In every requisite lo give satisfaction to our We have ulso on band a large atuoruncot of TT.tJXKJi, TRAVKLMXG BAGS, assort citv. slnmuch, food to euros ClfRONI :0fARRUKA ill v.'orst -while Summer and Bowol com. Plahits j-lt'ld !most to the -fit i One or two closes cures cause, by Worms in Cliiltlrcn there is no Hurcr. :aferi or speedier remedy hi th, world. if NEVJJK KK' A f.nv >ol.tles cures DP.OI'SY, by osclting Ihc KJ pi adiire-In1 re> intending i mediclno a prevent vo for KE- VER AXD' A HJK, CHHJ, and nil FEVEBS :t a E1UJOI i TYPE. It with 2rtaioryj and ilionf.iuilti ;ir willing to testify to T omlerfu! vir- Ihe ID i us testimony T and DRY OOOPS. CA.H-PETC, 01I> CLOTHS, TAII.UIW' AND t Variely, l nnd uuivjually cboap. n.au MIIK-M! IKvnn-i to III' hxl oil IVfi'r.s lo (it'll. K, L. Syi .iitklc i from t" K-W or 1 ,r.f roll TIIU MI1.MON. i KKKOSKXi: OILS. iviNo or.t-iT 1.1U1.UJM.T rrmi JiCONOMY i-xplotlvr, will not KIIIII r I O'l will ti" Hi. .-.i''v'. tbo UncM Ilibnc by si'illlng tin' On ra cnn Thi- .iivi'iMiit "f ''I'lii prisluced from Ibis Oil Is to IX SI'l-'lIM CAXliLlXaml f'imn lltiht costs but '.no liom Oill mill 'Co li'v yoursrlvra, aud >V jlnc.l fi urn Ihis Oil r-xcwlii In brilliancy i hat r -HIV otluT nil "r fluid heretofore discovered, lie "Vml of renuili, _ Lqilfl iu tliu coldeH woalhi'r, ami for ijrrat rco> 'MY with any oiln-r known light. Tlio l.iiriu-r of tamp, at ;i Kllght i-xpctw. ca i be I" ..r.liu.iry lamp. IL co., I and -in South Salimt struct, m.ivltf AxCiitd ror tho Kerosene Oil in nrrivr. CITT WAtsa Woau CM. I September Stb, IKS. 't-vr-A'riKIt cotieafjueuceof theloug W 'continued  r, Bi-o.-i.lway, Xow York. .M-o l.v LII.UYE UROTHEK. and a Drnggtotn. i ial claw ly DR. W. R. WV.TSOX fun, without t. euro Prlvato D.Kcancp ;n a mncV shorter time tnan uny jihyslcian In CEXTKAI. OB WiSTEliX NEW IfORK, had cxporiouco In tho of S York cily, whorofoii'.ir any, this lido or that place 01 T tad Ihn op. portuuitv or witnessing jiosi'iTAL 1'iucmi: lii I'-.c cure of Private nnd oi.hor dtiiasrs of U i nilXAUY AMD OEN1TA1, ORGA Ho docs not coutluo to iheFrimchn othod of cnn: ,ut bclnfr ncfjuaiotcd with all methods, ho 111 falls of of- iiu.l cnn 3 in IIH lort a time aa whb Mfcty to patl'inte conilltiitlonn It Iri only ucccflsnry i'or Ilioso. at u  he coi vcy w i-liure It will b> tlic pna (aye, api-iy uu 1- iftjce. No. gcSB.'Cadray. For Vte gbt, which will taken at all ai iheap as by au; other line of apply at the olnee. jilS J. W. ilillCOUKT, Agent. VOI1K and after Monday, May will run as follows, (Sunday Texceptwl.' LKAVK SYRAOC8L. A. YohK with tlie Kx- piecs Tralni on tho New York k Krlc Rail ror New York and BufTalo. p. with Die K Trains on tbe New 7ork Jl R tllroad, East and Wont. IEAVE BINOUAMTON. V.L'IO liistmn.. I'ltH'. o'ikiii.'-' :i still MI.il'' -ir.light tin- ;i.4 ho [ir.i'lHO'i them tin- forclicad :-.iifl rather lo'n the I iiionlli drviiiu of .MUiuk'il, pcurk-i-n head s-cr wiih line .''f upon thi Id nl' A il.irl: volvet intintk', whi.-li Morflntint l iho ich '-i in-.t.le from her 1 .-nrtifiil and linncl. is Diaiii of th-> ami great it, ihc powor of beautiful woman, even though shft '.it- a fool. Miss Moixiuiait not. :i fool. not even very which is- more thai tnnbc'said of uinst ionable women. I n' .-hu was n'> more thf equal of little Elle i in hpiritual gifts, in in- bight of the waiite and capacities of a naco. like Paul'n, in tru.' appreciation of beauty, or even of Art, than Ellen wan her equal in of m inner :ind dress. :Nevcr- with the AI> ExprcDB on the New York Central Eillroad. OOP. f Yoitic on irrlyal of Expreu T -aiiis from New York and Buffalo, connect, li.g with Tra-lni Eaitand Weiton Kew York 0 tutral Railroad, Tnaovon Tic :KTB to Corning, bepro- oured at the ifi'.ce of the New 'york and Erie Xxpreu Olobe Bulldtncj, South Sallna street, anil at the Ticket Office, and Clinton atreeta m'lOdawtf 7. PAIGE, Sup't. WATERTO-WJf, WOIHK CAPK T1NOKNT Eallroaj Summer Arrangement. On and after Monday, May 2otb, 1H5T, until further no. tloe, trafni vlil run Jn thld road at folloira, Sondaya ex> cepteil WINO MoaTH L1UTZ ROMX. Mo.l a Passenger Train Conneotlnff at Wa- tortown.wlth Potadam and watertown Railroad, and at Capo Vlnci-nt with Fer- ry Bonti for No. 2 at A Freight. Do. 3 at Oonneatlng at Oape Vltuxit Oape for ivlth American for Torer -M Lewldton, Ogdenaburgh and Alexaodrla Bay. AHo, with Verrr Boat for Klngi- ton and draod Trnnk u. Freight and Pasaenxar. leave Caji- M I.M.; A.M.; and Leave Vaiai town :-U A.V.; JL.X.; and TJt. Mar Yt'IUC CBHTHAI, RADUROAD. .WKTER ARRAXGIMEST, Jtondny, November 29, 1859. COIS'a I.KAVE SYRACtT-E: 3.S3 .t. Ci iclnnali KxprWH slop! at M il 7.30 JL. IHlriblltinR Sla'.l Ktops at nil Untloi'.i. 11.35 A. M. H iCalo and Xew York Expri-srf Moj.s -.it tc lango ati'l 2.10 r. Bi flaloanil Albany Accommodation at nil 001 XG SY1UCL-.SK S.16 i. (IHrcct Road) New York Mall stopi ut Clydo 7.00 "jluburn Koad) AMOinniOdution mops at all T.W JL. fnircct'Ron.l) Malt mops all P.VBBKt COATS AND IJWGlNa Of all Hiialitle.-: aud pricej. X. B __ Our KOOda have been bougul for cash ut rates which will enable us lo glvo our cualomera ami olow3in GALLERY Is daily crowded with Ciutotuera. Tlie rfcauou of fa, their Pictures have been well In community, und are known to IMS ilnrahlr. TABBB HOWLAND'S b tin lllaco where lho.0 beautiful Metalic-Backed TYPE? arc made, which are grtnly numlreit by me Piclnro-lwinK pnlillc. TABKK HOWLAXD'S h the place whero PIIOTOGIUPHS are made, which caunot ae, w irkaWo I A be iii beie'towatel. dunn.tb. .hat tt.i .o baaloome IndUfinaable, and tho of .11 in I. r.Uj4 ou 1.4 B.HV Ii, full Block, anil tbose who bavo tried say ibuy i-ai do better with us Ibau In Vort. Aug. __ WOMAK'KBR oww x. Guide In all ilalunre of taw of Eneental lutortst Woin men. Xov. 11. By (ieorge Bishop, Xo. 7 BHt OflwMo street. A Dttata bdwetu I Prym. For lalt by caff 'W. Rov A TBlCHCR L4WREXCEJ tho cure of nil. disenscs of the Crtnary i 3d Oenll.il Or- nans, or IK.UI male aud.fom.-ilo, at No. 7 VJLSI Gramai mxr.zl, Vr S lira, (north) tho Syracuse Horc.e, Syroc- so, X. Y. X. B__Seminal tlio cfcct of oai y abuse of the syslom, ptTmnncntly cured. All C'jr.s wnr anted purma- ncnt. VOTICETO bonltl will not admit or an lucrcnso of family, r.hould at com alt tho Ladloi' Medical Companion Jll'lwifor book con- taining all Ihnt is necessary to bo laiown In reuitlon to the matter. I'rice sent to liny .iddrost, post go free.. X. lustruunonts aver Im at; I used for too ,'cvontion of conception,  nd all lBons'-e. LadteH ahou'.d not itso thcmdurngpregnancr, ac they will produce mitcarriugc. 51 sent to aty address by nnll.pret frco. Xo litters nil be aniwered unlere they contain a remittance ora auimp. otnco houra from 8 A. M. to I'. M. I'aitcrjta see no ono but the Doctor himself. Secrecy Iwlolablu. Addn Vf. K. WATiON, M D., Syr cunc, S. Y. nichl? '67 dawtf ill this coonlrr, and at renui TABKR HOWLAKD'S la Ihe ptaco where LOTEROBAPB9 aro uudci, o.-iprt'.Mly awav In tatters lo frl'ndi. TABKR Is the at for a'lYhoK la want of Cheap WorK. tow n 'J K 0 C E K I K .S' ork U. cf. Smoked Meats. Dairy Cheese, Butter, Lard, Wooden Ware, Fish, Salt, Cider, Vinegar, flour, Feed, Meal, Ac., Foreign and Domeitlc and Liquor j. DAVID LMne, SOS. 8 k 10 JAMEg STBKBT. 1.131.11. Jll.____ i AXD COMMISSION. The nn.Iorslgnod, Anctlonoor for tbo city of Syracuse id County ol Onondaga, begs leave to inform tbc citizens f Syracuse tl at he still continues the AUCTION' AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, AT 51 EAST OESlrra Srr.rxt, OITOSITS Grusora RtorK. He is prcra to receive all kinds of properly to bo sold D commiHicu. on which Uo will maVo advances, ir ro- ulred Persons wb hing to liavv tli'-ir Household Furnitnro dls- of, can fcivo It done by the cither at their ouses or at Ms store. Those who intrust him with their projicrly will bo .-jure f quick sales and prompt rnlnrns. Dry Goods iilos will bo mado, ciUicr nl the Storta of Iho WARRASTCf" il lo nny t In tbe TABK.B HOWLASD'U 1. Uia placa ICKXL in eerjtot Picture, to HUM tbr? wilt tunre a cow superior to tho ordinal PloWre. TABKK 4 HOWLAND'8 BOOK The nubs, -itieri havlns puraiascdtheYxtenslve BOOK BfN rERYofl.. W HALL, and removed tho :itock and llxture to 1 SO. 7 FKiNKUNBUH.DIS -B, are now prepared to execute ail -rork In heir line urltli neatnetB and dlapatch. Mr. MILLEH wail recently connected th of the largest Binderies In New York, will rule Books to any patteren, plain orfancy, and bind Hie sanr i In the moll workman like manner. Mr WUiTTKUOHKIias IOUK bjeL know ito am as a rcllaMc and nklllul 'rorkman. Tliey are now prepared to cxecuto all or Boea- aa Masazlnen, Jlltuk Cooks, Sh, If Boxes, In the mannrr, and   an IOVOITLIS coxa. (.tuhurn Road) Albany and Buffalo at all stations. (Jiirect Road) Albany and Buffalo Expron a ops nt all stations. (Direct Road) Sow York Express at Jirdan, Port Byron, Clyde, >ewark, I-almvraiuid Kalrporl. ,.40 p. (Auburn Road) Disiribuling ifail slop? at all s aliens. OOOr. Hrcct Road) Emigrant stoprf at IVsmcr's, t inton, Wccdsporl and Savannah. The only tr: going East on Sunday, leave Syracuse at V> Jt 51 'Hie only trtius goinx West on Sunday, leavo Syraciue at IS i. x. and 10.00 r. The 6.1S M. train will not run n Monday rm rnlngs. 0. VIBBAHP. General Superintendent.. Syracuao, it .f. t, K. s" i. i K (WCOIMOHBTO X1TCHIK WHKI.KfiALE AXD K K T A I I. thelcbK Paul waurinfatuatcd with her spark- ling convc-rson, -v-hicli atiwas all in l.jOKS ami smiles, and in matter: and vhen she made an attempt to appear interested in his tastes and punnits.lic not detect tlie hollowncss of the profession, but was ix-ady to go down on his knees in a rapture of gra- titude and wondi.T. Foolish! he was not yot ready to climl fahic'n height, Hincc little sudden hin'i to Jizzy. One afternoon--the very afternoon that the portrait van a lost completed, andjuKt an, in a perfect pwwrm of love and regret, he was adding a loot; of unutterable tenderness to the still smile ri the eyes of tbe painting, and which beamed but too plainly from the living eyCH before came to him a little note. Tie tore it open impatiently. and read: I'.ml! will you not come tu me immediately It -was the first word he had heard from Ellen in several T-celts, and his conscience smote him severely. He had about made up his mind, though, to act the .vilhaa to-, wards her. and this last struggle was severe as preview ones had been. "What cnn -V- -.rnnt, I wonder? Per- a? to Miss Moi'dannt. and wishes to reproach me. At all cv.-ntB, T rf to-iiigt- M.IFS M'ordaunt invited me to call upon her this evening, and given me to understand that there will be no other company? No, 1 cannot go; and a tall events I should think Kllcn would have more Those were the tlionghte passing through Paul's mind. A lady's handwriting a pretty one's, too, J should think, from' the delicacy of thech said Miss Mor- then iihc sighed. Paul heard the and it set his heart on fire. Hastily crumbling the note in his hand, lest she should the words it contained, he threw it carelessly to one side. "I don't know, he any- thing about it. I am only conscious of the existence of one voman in the -world, a-t this moment." His companion saw lit not to reprove this she did not seem to take it to hereclf at all; but shortly aftcr, when he announced that iier portrait was complete, she gave him a glorious smilo, .looked at it, declared he had flattered her very much, that he was a genius, a decided genius, and that he must not forget bin engagement with her for that evening. wncrs or at tlio Auction Store. Particular ..Mention paid to tbo lortgagos, rile or Flocks. Bonds, Knrulture, >r any other property, will bo bought at bis lore, nnd th.. highest price paid for It. Hamilton WbitQ, Eaq. G. J. Gardner, Kbq.. Dennu M Esq., A. BuUcr, EBI-, A. Benedict, ap27 dtf E. R. PP.ESDOM5AST, Auctioneer. AIR has just returned from Xcw York with O a largo and elegant jMOrUnont of the latest of goods ror GEXTLEMEX'3 WEAR, Which aro nt w open for tho Inspection of his old aod such new ones as cbooso to make him cull Ho conlhiu .vs to TAILORKG UCSTNT5B wanar.13 all garmcntu of his make to nl to hair. Eatra ice to his rooms betwr-'n the itorrs of k Rao and Tl ill Jell Wallace. i I-FRED TltY, (Uitc w-th W. K. 1'omjroy Jt tu. VLUMBER, GAS STEAM FITTER, 7i GENESEE STREET, Syracuse, X. V. Ja'.l Tubi, Water Water BAJIDS, liors, Brackets, Pendants, promptly and uoatly exocnu-d on the meet rcasociiilo terms. Work alao dono at rcasonablo rates for persons preferring to furnish their own materlali. n20 d3m 17HJB. No. CO Warren street, Syra- JTJ cum, cnovrn Ibo Earll 1IOUM. Recently aad tho. roujhly rep urwl anil near co part of tbe city. Same will b sold and posswflon Ut May. If nM sold boon, will bo rcntod. Appttcatic is received by B. V. Syra- by sail, by W. H0TJ6OK Guardian, Sov. 17, LowrlUe, X. Y. Will j-.ivl A War, t4 and Ilarvoei, colored life of Tor Children, colored Jwl red by B. K. PECK. KOT. 18. Cour.. Ccrract nBUoo. PRACTICE tli. Supr.nx Cl. Lato in tho cay, about two weeks after this, Paul Graltim might have been seen hurrying along through stree_t aftcr street, apparently unco iscious of his course, dan reckless of personages on tho pavements, or dangers at tho en >ssings: His air was haugh- ty and fierce, miking people to step aside unconsciously as he approached. With his hair so long about hiu neck, his broad collar, and flashing cyef, he was taken by some for a inad poet, ora madder artist bent on suicide, or a discarded lover of the Byron sort. A discarded li.ver lie After waiting a fortnight in tlvj utmost impatience for the chance, ho had n ado an egregious simpleton of himself, by proposing to Miss Mori taunt. Of courseshe rejected him. lie had thought that his God-given genius had constituted him her equal; and she had flattered his va- nity until tho <'fier of his heart and hand were made with scarcely more passion than pride and assistance. Ho was so Apollo in his youthful pride and beauty, that Misa Mordaunt ilmost hesitated, her heart throbbing a boa', faster, before she conclud- ed to resign him but she was as ambitious as aho was devoid of conscience; and so very gently, and in i ver3' lady-like manner, as was her custom, she rejected him. of the sweet morsels in which she rolled! up this bitter did not swallow it calm- ly, as many of her suitors had done. He saw, in a moment, that he had been duped; anger struggled with his love. At the mo- mcntho regarded her ae immeasurably his inferior, in having been.guilty of so much duplicity, and bi ing no vain and cold ofheart, and he poured forth such a tirade of scorn and contempt, that the beauty TOB fairly subdued. All at once ik" remembrance of fuluess to Ellen rushed over him, taking the wind out of the sails of his contempt, tying his tongue, and staggering him n of hitiown unworthinew. Turning away, be hurried into the ten times more miserable at thi. thought that his own weak- ness had produced his misfortune, than from any other came. Unheeding of friends or strangers, he alnost ran along, to rid himself of the power of wounded pride and mad paHBion which possessed him. IIo passed Hie length of many thorough- fares before tt e -weariness of his physical powers began to act upon his mental excite- ment, so that the thought of any thing about him. Something very familiar in the locality of the'street he TM threading, caused Mm' to look M liia atop fltfnd, and he locog nized old liojnt. An   

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