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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 1, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                C ENTRAi; DAI COURIER. BY D. J. HALSTED CO. SYB-A.OTJSE, 1. 1859. 1., iNo. PRICE TWO CENTRAL COURIER, UMI lOUNSUIOR AT I ft NUBnl hAUXA i ,BradI V Co a Uimlwiut M H c POX, ilWlVIU ANP IH CKMIK8T1C AND I IQUOlt.8 iiifiUurcm of Dwfktt'a >nlK f ir 01 1 Kentucky Wheat ClJVTON Y illSiUf COUPS, Omcii, WiBftvo Bmldnlico, o CITY NOTICES. FFICB TMK TKBASVJUEH VM> TAX VV H herein lliat tho fax UnllH lor Count> faxes for Iho wards of thu Ul> t r Ss rticiuw, fur the year 1B5H> with tho wariantMof llit. SupsnUxom attached IIUM heeu plated iu my bauds lor umi uion anil all persons named therein are required to pa) m? ot my nllko, in thu lull tho amount of their taxt on or before the first of February nnyl ensuing Alao foi thr three 'aceki following fit of tills noticq anj person initj her, or Hair Omit) anil t-ucos by-paying onu cent fuys thereon ifterlhotx piratlon of tlio time aforesaid, throe pel cent ft 01 will hu added and collected, up Ul thu tirst ofTebnian nftai will htho remaining; unpaid will bo placid In tho humid ot an ofllcor duly authorized to cf Hut Iho "arac as requlrulbj theillmilor HOIiACt, j Tremnirnr and Thx Rm h 01 CENTER IS Church si Sj ra  IXIMFSTIC CIO tin M Wuimnr RIXBO, tour Doorn Uclow Ht Charted Syracuse, N Y illSilM (Sun tnwori to RitUilo k rrrur nhAftas (.ROThRIES Clkeso Ituttoi, CITY OJjKRK'lS OFFIC13 lOtb AFSKSSMKNT Vo d Jioruby that tho roll for HjigsloncaidawmHton 1m sklo of gjillna hired, from tbe Globe to Oiion stroot has i loft v Ith llio Trcatwyrr aud TUX foi collci tlon, to whom oVnry perpon, corporalloii >t liUkm nitj pay hid, lier or UUr osaosisroont for iixt> A fi on1) tbo date ot this notice, as follov, a15 >ur ten !tt> s ftiUiputfeo for toil daya tlioroaftor at oue por cent Tor fcttcnii succottllufe at threo por cent aaU M Lira rctnamlnt; twenty dajs at five pcrcLiitfec lfan> wfleawnoulH n main wnp lid at Iho oxplratiott of tno nw aboxc mnntiuiu.il, tiuy will bo collected n'i pro idnd Urn hud Clmrtei u20 JASIL3 b GILUSI'IE, Clerk 1851-0 LAKE SHORE MICHIGAN RAIUKMI) IIM iarmliitf a Ulrict ami txpodUiorts i m 1 1 fr i MAG V 1 AI TJb VLO AN D m SKIPk To Cl( vtlttDi! (olntHlns nnUmwU, 1 >l do Chi MU wauU'-', UiUum ifalam', Bur iu( U n Dubinin Purt, Mtiiiion, Oi -o joiilt in I ill points itt tin Wt t mti s.iuthves't Until further notic rUi and loik, Iktf, ymok-tt MoaU, Wooden Wurif tlnh, fcull, Ciil Meal, urif n, u, iior VlnjMir, Hoar, and noinotiic Wine nad I Laid, li LWUK 8 and 10 James street Jlii dtf JOHV IT. HOGAN, TAILOR, ilU riHtcctftiHy iitfortn thomlmbiUuiti! ol S> rai-uac that has made H pedal arrangcmuuts fur I ANP tu ''iio host miinnoi at VO 18 MONTGOMERY Onportlte thu M> ort Bl jck, Where ho ta propired to rttilva ill oidois cntrtisUd tr> his euro jgr Lulling ami Makhij, IQIIL to c d8 t'3m YOU WANT TO SWPPLT JL W I 1 H p-q dtf LAW OFFlCt Mo C antftu'o Block, Syraeuao J.M. Btatua BUMS, Boos No SO Shauco, Flag) and Blocic. UUoru_ oMtf IBOOfS AND SHOES, SYRACUSE BOOT AND aHOlS foTOBE winist BIOCK, Oujiosito bj racuso HHS. SS. BBESi MASB21 No 67 Kaal Woshlns'on itrccl Sarah P BUcy_____________dl8dlf_ MOIAOY Si toner, ATTORNEYS AND COVNSM.LOIto AI LAW, 8 Granger mock, N Yi   KCONOMV. FABVUlh MFCirAVlCM, I VB011ERS, And ovorybiKly In t, mt 1 1 1 Home Made Water Pioo BOOTS AND SHOES, tOK Tllf >ALL IM> WIVTIK btiSOVH CITY CIERK'S OFITTCE, SinicoBlj Nm 6th, AsHjsaMievrNo btonoSidcwaik on the vu st aide of tnlina atreet from the Globe Bulldlngi to On is heiebv Kiveu. that tlio js ycsHiiiont roll for tho above mentioned Improvement has been Illcd In (lllco, Und n-ill remain open subject to inspection ft i t dnys from tho date of nottCQ dmring which time am ]i  Clerk on Ol before the inst B> oidur of tho Board Uir 7 GILLESPM, Clerk ANTED YOUNG who has had consiile W i able c-cperieiico a 1BESS MARKS In tblfc city, is desirous ol oigagiut sonw fanuly golnif'bouth tb wlntot Please addi ess STI tiA Syracuse P 0 o25dtf __________ ____CHILDREN1 parents tbe T V eldest a ho> t> yoirs of ago and tho hOthsr a little girl 017, may be adopted by any icspoctable lamil> with ontcliildicu A letloi left at tho Cmmci to PjnLO, will receive prompt attention_________ogjdtl PAB.TNKR a Cash Capital o fi om to in a lucrative business In ibis oity payuig twenty nvo per cent Addiess Bo: ri80 SjricusoPostOlilcc foblSdlf WANTED colored woman well ac qualntod with general house work, can bear of i (R S Fayotlovillo THE V. S. AKMY, ABLE BODIED MFN, 1o whom will bo given GOOD PAY BOARD, CIO miVG and MEDICAL AMESDANCE inonfli None but goodj aud sober men f loot 0 inches high, will bo ac copied Apply at No 00 West Watei street W A WINDER IstLt SdArtiliorj, j, dtf Rcciuitmg Officer un ii HOVT, AND 2 C'ou% ution Hal! 1 ut1 ill ir nutrition pill'" lldli tbo I'yo and far KIU1UG 1HKJGISS, ti re anil lleatori In TOHVCCX, tNUrf VVI) GlbAllS, Ohio e, 41 Went Water utraot, Ul UHO, N JT STOMS, No 7 J-ianklin Hull I stioot, riie Mtaud fornicily oceiiitio 1 by Mt tentnii rcsiiectfiilly riqumt ofyou an >l the AND CHPAlDsl fctock of Boots aud ovei oftered to tlio i ouul trade i Syraeimo, i omprbmtg Mon s and Double Solo Fi encl rhlcle aud Bubbei Boom Ladies' Call, t.oat and Morocco, JJIDO wui. -CVmtiess. Jiools, togcthot with a I irge and varied rmwi tmout, iiloludi it, every doiirablo stylo ami (umlltj M BOOI3, SHOES AND RUBBERS These gooda aro ithnobt Pxclusivoly of tur u -nauufao luro, aud warranted in style aud quality to all otliurn in tlio markut Notwitliataiidiut ttio in tho iirleo of Lcathor, no still uolllug at tho 10WIJ1 PAN 10 WilCtS 01 luiSf WINTEli, j lor Cash Only Do not hrow away mouoy on worthless goofls when Lor a trilliugiuh can obtain an uiticleuoitii double amount faf- Evl ry desoriptlon ofwoik midc to oidt-r, iu the moat appn oil styli a, at tho possible flRin cs Doalorn l nppllud with a tmporioi article of Mtm'B, and VonthH' Kll> aud Co u fie Boots Ladle-, lace and Con irrca-i Boots, of oin own tho lowest lales for cash IKUtSllliLl 4. WALLilCE No I l-iaiiklln Buildings dll dim Geucsoc sti cot Syracuse IIAIJJ! V MOW OPEMJK, At CJUVA so 10 bOLn SALIVA OUR TALL IMPORTATIONS MaUlng our Stoil: 1 00 j j A) at "Think irk 0 -J tipper Hie 9 00 p- M 1} 00 i 11 Jolcilo J 15 r M y coanck tluf. XfcrtL Hal Inln losing UT LSI! g M i 4J it ,1, it G "JO ai (broalrrist Clevplal rt 11 on 4 si I Iff a foloilo 4 iS i x mill U'ucuo 1 30 in inoTdug Irim ftom Chicvi 1 ail the Mhos Tbfiribovo trains at rim eland for Colim bus, ji Jnduuiapdis Cuieimmti, a id all po n' Ssoith leaA ing eland us follow i Via Columbus, at 11 30 HULLS 10 i w 'CTaCljdeand.Davloil.stll 10 -w nrdSOOr- H AccoTittiodation frama leave CU eland foi it r SO p M UUunnlg Smdnid j 7 00 A v ind  i L mm vl M r u iiho llli Trains Eust umi fat, 2 JO i st I ifaioj JiiiU Irani uiw Jt 1 i in, n s 1 ilU it w liniis Kuitiiud t 00 i M mi JreiehlTrnln si  v I mil I-ieigl LTr nn iLupt u i, nlUt Tjmtfuii s tnd Vulto t 4 4rj i M Mall 1) liu stO] ping ut iH d (l-O bupcrmtinUnt C JiJ 185is t U SYItACCSTl, Y U R. WIVTER AP.IUVGI-MENT- On and aftrr Wcmdav, Dei ember l 1858, Tiains will ruii is f >llows us u 40 v with the T Bi is on tbo York ami 1 TIL. Rout! f  si- Fvcninp Exproas on the irriMul of 1 tprtss c Traba from New York mi I .Buffalo L ting wills tliii Gist md West on the N C R R ihir liikcls to Hniiri, Co ciraS at the office 01 the United lipriK- i tb Suln a sti cot nul a tho Ticket ofltccT corner ol Onoiuh; and CSiiilou sti (jtt" di) K-ttlf _ J M SCTDtltMERHOKN, Pro-idout HOTELS. I vrsrw TOKK Commencing SIoiuUj Isovcinbci 25, 1868 BOMS S 65 A M ess fatoj pt Cliit.eimngo and 7 30 A K Distnlntling Mail Buffalo tti rt JToiy York Express 11 35 A 8 10 P x t ornei dlo dlf GOODHICH'S HOTEL, N GOODRICH PropnUoi lyottt. an t Clinton aticLle Sjiacuse, T injlll i h lit s I i UIIOUS littmnt IIIL oulj OIK 11 th if tin ton 11 ti! unlit otu i! tlit. Itmu i ill iltn ol 11 suit foi llu (H 01 It Ai-hcd In slim tinsctu iisl inc titles fioin tlie vi ulnus ot so vild arid i ill itmml, tliatjou IJouiitless-JFe is '-c uili -v fiom un liotibo but jf jou ami di liul sec tlie lull md stop at his, house tot both, luncheon and diu- stops it al ork Express stOOT at Chit tcnango and Bomo B lOalo and Albany Accnnrnodaiwa stops at all stations GOWG LEAVE SYRAODSU c 6 15 A M Uoad) Sew Yoi V Mail stopd at Clyde and Fwrport 7 00 A H (4.uburn ui at ill stations T 20 A (Dilcct ftoad) DiatributiBg Mail stems at ill btatiotiR 2 16 p M (Aubm n Roncl) Albany and Bufiulo I ess stops at ftll 2 40 1 M Roaa) Albany and Buffalo Express stops at all stations c 8 35 p M (thrcct Boad) KcM' Yorlc E.qpi ess stops at Jordan, Port Bjron, Clydo Lyons" Newark Patlnj ra and Eairport 8 40 r M (Auburn Road) Distributing yail iitops at all 10 OOP M (Ihrect Road) Emigrant s'ops Canton, Weeusport and innab only Eam on Sunday. Jeavc Syi acnse v trains ouSundaj at 5 15 A if and 10 The 5 15 A M train will not run on Monday o i C VIBBIBD, GcaorsT Superintendent Syracuse, NOT jjFo 20 East Kaihood street, dlO dtf HOUSE, (Ou ttw Earopinn 1 anger Block, 'i WARM MEAIS AT AU TK'IBS D H VRVEY, P EEVEMTCE HOUSK, OSWEGO, J, Y Tnis new ilist class Hotel is now open foi the reception of guests Its location is central, and directly opposite the Depot Kooms are and furniture asucllab house, entirely new Hot andtoM baths can be had at all bom s The Hotel will be kept on both tlie European ami Ainen uui plans b- b W LfSE, Piopnctor Obnego, July ,JO, 1858 dtf HOUSE, (Eormerly TJmon Hotel J.O 20 EAST FAYETTE STREET, Between "Warren and Montgomery streets, SYRACnSK Tl o undersigned would resiKjctfully annoimce nei "Nou, lluinie, lass, lound i you sun, ill is ui oidei ioi the Inmtmt; paity "Yes, fatlici "You see, Mmmcrt' ib is a fino company Theio is Oldiield's sou Mr Hanj and sistei, Hiss Kate, and theio ait> man} tcrbe sure, tilde is a loid imong Ihem, LoidReibeit Adaii, that they say is aftei Miss Kate Well fatlier, all is T and no.w out upon %he poi ch .uid we ch it together is Lord Ada.u, pijia "Why, he's Minnie 3oraig hanrlsorae, and very nch, and they bay lus mother anil Squire Oldfield -neie pry inti- mate -when they weie veiy joung, and tbej wanted Lord Heihert to many Miss Kale The j omig folks haven't seen one another yet, hut hisloidslup is to como doTvit heie hi! fi icmds and the public at largo, that ue has leaded thb above named House for a tei m of rears re modeled aad re furnished the flame, SCCO.M! to nonu m the cltj fof com foit safety and convenience Every attention will bo paid to those who may favor me with a call J3ood barns are attached to tho promises J C CTJJ1DEBACK Syiacusp, !Nbv 331858 n22 T i ATS BV OitMsBY ft Pit It-UN >M loilol) altriln iiltHON WlMlftt ASI) I 19 Ifcnilll Ktri, t, UUItr ByraciiHQ, V, Y, fc. KOMBIJTS, (tNHtM HOUBi AW Kt-U, PHI VTF AOIVCY a ut fir luoki and Wlteor'ESowiiic Mnehliio Maohlnu Stltcblus, done toorJor OfDco Ho 3 ConvenWdn Block, Gonoaoo utrent, ,111 dlf Y CESTRAJL. CITY KO COLONS MOCK for tho 8a'o aiul 1 o oC Ttiunarata and Ijindi Uillci. tlon ot CKlma, PoaUni! >f Boolcs iu ixmblo and Single wi t y, ami {lauoral Intolllgonw Offlco ,nr ill N'u 8 BlwJc BEW3HJJ1 1'ALJIt.ll IMIOUII n No M. C5KTRCW, i1t> RETAII. DEJLOt Itt Tonvcco, BOXES CIUAR I SSE3, v. ith Saltiw slrcot, Syracuto, V Y R. F. TROWBBIDSB, ATtOBNfcV AT I nV, mmtal icr fllu If 1 Court ot Claims for btatis oflmva ami UiUfornui SollUtor for Ponflli n3 Ui tinty Ijtnilt antl othur I All I arr mis bmifibt sold or located dtdlf OHI 03 UlSt (J011C9LO Hlreot t rtklFFE S, MOttTBlK, 01 MtUi, AMI) TROVIBIOV8, 70 hiiat Gi.ll Htraot, faviacnwc N Y s toned IJoof, ilania yiouldora, BiHtor Lard, llxicao till df AND SHOES, IE.W1IER AND 1INWINGS E. STIL WELL'S, NO 30 NORTH STREFT, Vorhoes Block, (foi met 1> Fmpire Has just received ni'TY THOUSAND DOIIAKS WORTH BOOTS AMU bHOJib, Direct fiom Kastein Which they aro prepare 1 to sill fi 0111 15 lo 25 pel cent lower than any other iu this eil> They have toUora advantage of the li.ird time? mil bought for cash, tonscquoirijy can sell at prices that defy competition Their Htotk coinprlytH everything iu the lino of BOOTS, SHOEb I AVD nMHJ.03 rno> keep uiilBtanU) on liiind Mons Klp.Iliuck, CiirandPitelitUnlllel Of every stylo imd pi lee Also, UidlOM Pi unolla 1 lain, and Lace Gaiters, Morocco C ilf K p umi 1 naiuellod Boots Besides n gcnei at iHtoi Uncut f Doyi Youths ill 1 Children s Woi k lliey hive j ist uieiivu a Idltlolis 11 tlieii stowk ol Iu iieattitn Vroueh Call skins Upper K psi and thing 11 the lino I which tlity odor ut vei y Pllcea Tile; joi jood it tlieii nvi nmnufactme end liaateru work of tho very best qi illtv in low as you can buy cilcl stock in m v atoi e in the city Work in idL to ui Ut aiul umuted lloiuembar tho place, No 80 NOBTO iltf Vorln on Block (f rmoily Inipiro In all its Owi _ CROCKERY ro from the lJLut luannfactones In rui ope Ourj lass Ware, BlILtanU Planished and Plate 1 Ware, lablo Cutlery, Lamps, G is etc re from the best umnnfactoilca ii America, enabling us srll our customers tho best n_iialitj of goods at the Irwebt oasiblo rates Wo o also a largo stock of LIMPS, he KEBOSI the mobt popular of the times, groat vai lety of styles Wo are selliut the Kerosene Oil, ud "sliall bo constantly supplied GAS FITTING AND nXTORCS Vo ai e tho only Agents in this city of the celebrated Gas Ixtnros of Cornelius Bakor of Philadelphia We are i eparod to run Gas Pipe into Dwellings Stores Churches, :e hv lompetent workmen Mso to alter over old .imps to Kerosene or Huid Gas Hxturos icnc rill 01 Broiuj, at short notice TLDID GAS MXTUBBS i well selected btoek for the loveless and Mace, patent 'iirnois HOITSC rUKNISHING GOODS ii tins ilepirtmont we cannot be etcolled o public are respectfully invittid to call and examine P PIERCE It CO BAKNKJS. V. In li-sil inl Bolall Denlooi In ClN AND SEDL OYSTERS, Itth lrO> itor IXpot, In t! the Itailroa t Dopot, Wdrreti Htreott rueuso I Ho' fti o i short m Hit A frotih injpH evcrj di. _________ itfwlf M. GJBitXK, n UWV l-RIb3 PROWIO.V3, Lor nalberry Maillsmt Bfroctn, Syrsietwe, N Y n tint ipiilj ofHoltlort. Shoulders, Butter, i M >nr s igafa, WlnoH and Llqiors, always tli 1, nt lowest mnrVetpTtc dlOiUSm   ANJ> SHOES MoDOUC VLL, PCNTON 00, W HOUlll STRtFl, tornoi jijetto u I -n BOOTS AND SHOES, OUK OUN VNUi VC1URED K 1 1 iptcd 1 1 Iho -unson Which i in sill per c ii fAim than any othet l in the Cily I v. r Waggo-wr'a store UCTHW sauting mile- fit with ease jinl tlcfjaui s, wool I lo well to ha has no aupt.rlor n h ilia dlO BHEWSTKB, Wl oti aifd Retell In 'OKCION AND DOMESTIC DHY (JOODS, trsiiv n ('till HIIJ-S strut ayrasUHe'.N Y gaf ilori-haiilf VlHiLom Fodlcri. suppllco lit NnW Jobolng Prices. or the simple 1019011 that v.e do not have to paj a pr to the 1.U.SU ru lobber aiul M umtuclmei Our Rolu I fctoie Is fj fcOlTir Maj 7 185H N B discontinued ouratoro >o 71imikli BiiildingH Htu Ini, dUiMisixl of our till) STOfh., Wo aie now ijitpaiod to lurnish ohr customers with AND THRUSH GOODS n ,ll OUR KtnAll KTOItl- 6J SOUTH CO 185S-9 WINTER ARRANGED! Nl 1868-9 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, bUTENSTOS BRIDGE TO TORONTO PEIROU Chicago, bt Louis, Milwaukee Rocfc Islan t, Bulling ton St P uil, Galena Dubun.ue, Cairo, Madii'ou, Soml di Lac ill }umLft m tlio Vrjtifl USij faOtHrlVVJiSl Ttaioblewo tho Bi lOge ab fcyndayb ACCOMMODAnON 6 30 A H at Hamilton 9 05 A ar Toronto 11 35 A u DAY EOTtESS A at Hamilton at 1 35 v ar Toronio 4 05 p M Detroit 10 10 1 M Chi enroll 15 A M connecting with ill lines West, Horth and South .ICCOHHODATIOY 3 45 F M at Hamilton 6 45 p a lornnto S 40 P K London 9 30 p M jr themselves n '9dl ip21 pa-, MILLINERY IOOK, "13 27 1 WlilbiESyto seo tho I idles on I BIDAY at lilt hlnIDiho will display her iloh stock of jniLINErVl Also IACO Voils Chantdla Ijice, 11 onch Work Bridal t lowers nlO d2m IS" EW AND KM2GANT MIIXINERY. MRS CRITIEINDEN las just returned from New York w th a large and olegaiv ibsoitniui t of GOODS Of the itu.'St lasliioimble Pattcins ami llnest Qtiahty Tim I ill StyIe-> aio prononncoil the LaOits very becon ami Ciitiou Lou's goods aro gicatly admiicd by ul 1 o bto them Tho> tt itl be open for inbpcUlon on TDUESDAY 4 ni II id GS 11 G K spuUt llj iinitulto L ill and (Aammo thi goods o30 d2m GIIOCBPJES WR HAVE JUST RECEIVKB, and olfur to tin tl ide Ijbls Coffee SugariJ 3 0 lo Crnshod Powdoi ed do 100 hhda ado and 1> It do 200 half chest H Tea 200 U 011 Hyson, finn dtr aud Inipoi lal do 100 tl i Oolnnff, Souchong and Enfeliah Breakfast do oOO boxes J[ K and Lnyei Ra -tins loO bbls syrups, dltTtrcnt qualil os 500 Grand and Goo Bank Codfish 100 bbl" No and 3 Mackerel, boxes fccolch Holt ng, 400 do No 1 and bcaled lion ut JOO do No 1 and 1 lie boap 200 hags Klo Laguira and M at ibo toltto 100 butts Cavtuiliali Tobacco, 2oO doiS Bt oomb A. GKttN Wholosulo Grotors. n26dJiii 07 North SahnaanCLt SJHTH, OR, Healer ii GROCLKIKb 10RLICN VND DOMKbTlC I rton anl Drioil, in treat thlb 1 no c t business Haimgilnngc in) location from No 7 Franklin to NO t NFSIJ SIRW, Comioi tor a inoio capacious store, and pinchasing all of n for cnsli lamprepiued to sell auy aitcie in ir line ot trido choipor than tin bi, bought olsowhoro study to pleaue uid hu motto is Qi iok nnd Vroflti Civoinoacall intRhlllfH f] 14 citf No o9F Icni eoKlieut (Utto ilh W L 1 oineroy V Co, PLUMBER GAS AND STEAM FITTER NO t VST GENESEE STRCCT S l auiae t innpa Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Watei Basins Chnmli Brackets Peniiints, A.C V B promptly and neailj exoi.uled ou lli inoiii luuonahle terms Woik done at rcasonab rates lor pinions preferi lug to furnish their own material! _ we jg inso dam 315. NiaBT EXPRESS M at Detioit at 1 GO i I (dinnci ,vfth all lines Chicago it 4 (JO A M conncctm, as above Trains Iea% c, Toi onto for Hamilton 7 40 A ai 12 20 J_J On the cornor U Park Hour ana Bookman sti cet, Opposite City Hall and Park Fountain, HEW YORK. This Hotel is conducted on the Enropean Plan for tlie ac commodation of both Ladies and Gentlemen P111CES IOK HOOV9 Jl3 COIAOWS Boo n foi one person, 50 cents per day OuHioniii! and Lady, 00 per daj the Ladies' Pai lor is A PK1YATP KJSTATJRAM Foi Gentlemen and where Heals will be fnnibhod it ill 1m j gn stu p IT rg for r order IffiBY WHITNEY I1 ho I rctutit V pool tit ui! f n m hv tin! tcsoiioek {lush Jsei fia- luinl'lo tlio ujkl to'n, w is nuthr'g to hei 1 h hunting p utj hfairted tn fit hotrh t lunfi-il ffaui. hastened to the tin n I. pin i rude Uitta carried bj fwr ol tin. [i ti.c traveler o !i ul tbo night oeiore cotats to ttie ran, ith-ipneu'" Lttil In-. t.rse to motl.ermanr'i tlioliDsiUi, 1111 borrow il oueetrtxck1 tlio upper bu of the him ti 'i 'owe-TV ts tailed, T'cv cririccf to thts Iwstroom, nsKi lor i ititinujhiigeied aesrths oor w lulc yoiiiig OJdiitJd ind another of .11 tj tjieil to icbtore hm to life Slit nt.iI foi tnj' ihcy ml it 1 ist, when the bisgij Jtot'mu om to hear his (Joorgc aruvcd. fee ijfst ij, lito iiinul-na'i m a oig '01 d 11 b lie eredTjertt tea ISfirand SesSi, ml ni Ui tli it time one of tffls paitj ag.ua cajne tc the poor Iiume ib 'us uiiTsr >hcr aid aunt waa crj j'U'ch in tlio poor yojulg i [sected hei uiid Sivage ta tB reatmetit rand Haven md Milwaukee, 10 45 p M Through Tickets fo- all pomts37est ai d Southwest iau bo obtained at Uio licket Oiflce of the New York Cen iral Depot, Ei le street an I or Bandall, Agent, Union Office, No 17 Evchaugc cet, Buffalo JULIUS MOTIUS C J BRYIX3ES, Gon'l Agent Buffalo N Y Managing Eircctoi; Ham Iton C W I-OUIS ASOJ KANSAS AND CFEEATWESTEEMS K LINE The most direct pleasant and loutc fiom the HASTEirj ST1TES, To 1 oit Wayne Lafayette, Logausport Dcoatur, Spring hold, Maples Indnnapoho Peom, Louisville, Bloomington bT LOUIS VND KjVNS.'ifc EvpicssTrninit leave Union Depot, Toledo, immediately on ariival of Trains from theBist, andi m dirootly through without any except suiriucm time for MP ilq Dn cct connections aro made Afc i ort ne, for Colnm Plvmoutli and Chicago At Pern, for Indianapolis, CincmHati and Lomsvilld At Ijafayetto, for Ne v Albany, lerio Haute, and ille FACT I Two loss changes by this Route than by others, nnl S5 miles in distance saved I READ! K Do not bo deceived by Bills of other Lines lecomnmid ing infenor and very much longer routes, secure pas sage by this well hndt and equipped line It is owned and controlled by Eastern Railroad Men, and is run ith i low to pleaso the traveler and --siictj All changes ai e mado it Union Depots, and Baggage is chocked through and .no chuige for handhng bh ppeis of Prcltht nil! tod this line unuvalle 1 TRY TfflS ROUTE I Call for Tickets via Toledo Wabash ern Houte Tluough Ticteets can bo procured of all tho Railroad and Sttamboat Offices m tho Ijutcrn States and Canodns G W BVRTTJTT tEO R WEED General Ticket Agent General Eastern Agont COOK sojvs' COFFEE BOUSE, c Cou 01 AVisijinfeton and Wirreu sti cots, EastradofS.K Depot Syracuse, is Y Tins Hotel long and favorably known, ii kept Off THE EUKOFFAN PLAN With Barn and sufficient accommodations for the country Ii el rThjs is the only Botel in tho city where guests can be iccommomtod with Meals nt all hours of the daj LADIES' DDfttiG ROOM, Sepai ato from Gent's Ladles and Gents will and this cry convcn eut The proprietors of this House return to then- patrons their thauka foi formoi patronage, and solicit a coutiun ante of the same JOHN L COOK JOHN L COOK., Jl M-xitt AUSTIN D COOK J? s D POTTEBOY; Proprietor, No 8 East Fayette street, SYRACUSE. Thib well House is located in the central part of the oily, and only sit rols from fie Now York Couth! Railroad Depot The proprictoi of the i ayettt, House takes this opportu nity to think Ins mends and thp pnbho for bithoi tn, and solicits a continuance of the feels salt, in g arantoeing satisfaction to all who may stop at his Largo, commodtous, well ventilated ind furnished looms, and a good table, aro diaiactonstics of the feyeUe House, accompanied hv model ate charges Board, per day Mr L BAPNITM is retained as Aswsiant, wlioso reputa tion for politeness and attention to guests is well established The ttahles ittacbcd to the layette House premises aio largo ana onient and second to noue m the c ty v I Iho Stages from Tnlly Valley, OnonclngiHoUow and On oudaga Hill, stop here, and passengers -will be ouly in formed of tho time of then1 departure POMEBOY to meet them, and as thoj au both BO young and handsome of coiuse they will fall in love the iiist jlnng Now Minnie, sing to md While 1 smoke' Minnie upon the potch 6f the little inn, and, leaning against  eople -who thought so; one wis Joe himself as he lazily watched and listened1; the othe was a horsejian, who had stopped his stee near the inn, and, tmperceivcd by the grou onthepoich, was waiting a pause mth song to speak to the landlord He ing handsome lad a'i eje for beautj JTow Mrnme, bing one of the yo earned at school." TVhew i" safd the nder, in an undei ton as Minnie first notes of the hrindic dom for minder'' No such Critic As tlie las note died upon the an, the young man sti ue tus hands together, crying I beg jonr he added, seeing appeaiance occaaidn- ed I have been heic some time, coidd not make up mj mind to interrupt such ieavenly sounds The landlord was r.p, bowing, and Minnie had vanished before this speech was half mushed Giving his hoiseto i hostler, and 1858-08 WINTER ARRANGEMENT 1868 69 BUFFALO LAKE HURON KAIL WAY 10B DETROIT, CEKUGO, ALL POINTS WIST Trains Buffalo daily, (SnnJajs from Eilc btrcct 01 New York tune, as followb CUICAGO ExrRESS J 05 l M riving nt Pans 6 o2 i M London 8 42 A M (breakfast Detroit 1 30 i M auives at Chicago at 4 00 jl M connecting with all lines "VYcst, korth anc' South W througb trains connect nt Detroit wn.li Detroit vnd Milwaukee Kailwaj ACCOMMODATION 030 i Pans and ing it Pans at 10 30 A H London atlOOr M CII1QAGO KtPBESS 12 00 S! tag at Paj B 3 26 r H London S 25 r Detroit----- 1115 i M ton: and South 12 00 M Stiatfordand riving at Stntfoid at 5 25 p M Godench at 7 5o p 31 Trams arrive at EnfTilo on I.IAV Yoik time ii, 5 00 J. II 1 60 and 0 80 l Jl an 1 all infoimation can bo lie t it 37 EXbluingc street and at tho Erie street Depot J MACJdKDY Pretulont JOHN McKJERV-iW, General Ticket Agent, BuflMo Novunber 29 1858 ,114 ,HI JJ Eight rods South Central Railroad Depot, SYRACUSE. General Stage nnd Omnibus Depot the places namoJ below arid immediate stations AMOVAI3 AND rjEPAHTtrjlEa Arrive flora DeRuyter, Cazonovia, Delphi, Oran, Manhus and Fayettevillo at 10 30 A M Leave Brmtnall s Hotel at 3 o cloclc r M for tho same places Airive from Mexico, Pulaski, Central Square, Brewcrton and Ciucro a' 10 30 A M Leave Brlutnall s Hotel nt 3 o clock p u for samo places Arrivo from Phosmx, Three River Point and New Bn by Steamboat ond'OnmibnB, at 10 o'clock A Le Bi intnall's Hotel at 3 o'clock p M for same places Ariive from Bridgeport at 10 30 A Leave at 3 o clock V M for same place Tlie Proprietors of Bnutnall's Hotel tako this opportunity to thank thoir numerous patrons for then- liberal patronage heretofore, and solicit a continuance of the same And to wo say, Try UE Porters to con-v ay Baggage to aud from Cars aud Omnibus, free K ,83- All packages or oundleE for Omnibus or Delivery will rooorre our attention if loft iu our care W G SPRAGUE CO Ji 17 dtf _ "Proprietors Brir-tnall's Hotel T IBBTC HOTJSK, (LATE WTOKO-F s J_J Nos 54, 56 and 58 Warren street (HOT YORK Proprietor, IBA A. LffiBY, Lato i. Co Monhants This House, so well and favorably known as tho W> ck off is pleasantly aad conveniently located in Warren street, and but a low stops from tho front entrance to the Hudson Rn er Bailroad Depot I has been "greatly beautified and Unproved, under tho d reotion of the now proprietor, who baas rendered, it one of the most attractive, as w ell .is tho most com onient firs clasb COMMERCIAL iOCSE IiifceWiork.nelngmtheveiyheartof the Business Quar 10 15 P M (supper Chic igo nt tor of tho clty'8nd con'v bnient a" tho Steamboat meeting all Itaos West Noi th dnd. road arnving by tho Hudson River Barhoad ml p hand m their chetla for baggage to tho Clerk in tue ofllct w ho wil1 immediately send a porter for it Carriages will at all times ho in attendance to couvo tuesls ol tho House to any part of tho city Tlio now proprietor is determined that the old and well oatiblmiod reputation of the Wyciod' shall not suffe i his hards, and ho pledges himself to pay particular at tention to llio eomfort and of his patrons Tho Tmu. -will at all times bo supplied -with the best the, mat kct aflords, and iu (this Ihe IAby House shall not ha bv any in New York" H BRQX Office Clork with tho former Propi letms will remain witll him, uid will be happy to see his old friends New York, March. Ilfl858 n2S dtf WA'KERTOWTST, ROME AND CAPE 1VCJ R K ARRANGEMEN1 On nnd nfle Monday "Novembei 20th, until fur thcr nctii-o Ti unb ou this Eoad will run as follow (Sun d ivb exoepted) GOING >JORTH Lc ivc Rome No 1 S 00 A Mail '2 8 10 A M 1 reight S 710 p M Connecting it Witei town with Potsdam and Watoi town av and ill Giro Vincent w ith Fei i j Boat for Kings ton C W and Grand Trunk Radwij HETURNIXe o Cape Vincent A Express 25 i K Fro Oht i 301 it Mud I e IM. Watei tow n 8 A si hxpri'Ss J45p ii Mill Connattlnt at Koine w th New York Central Bailwav dia C1BLOB DCTTCW, iSf Has not yourlriendAfiaK .you jKinaciiKflg moie thatteafflxt" said looking full info ier dark beautiful" Whatabrdlfant color tho lofceepers ter dul possess! own XVell, reader, yoa just stsp out; reaie diop A week 01 there was thetic p9iiang ropra tha i tOuto- ordeimg y piivate loom, pen, ink, ind paper, the trjjrellei entered the inn After silppsi was served and eaten, he drew his chair up to the table and beganto write. DEAR GEORGE Jlere I am at the Fox as I told you I should be TV hen I left you lariived here about an houi ago, and disturbed at her song the most hyvely------, but never mrrid that now Come down aa soon as you cm The paity ffiom Squire's will be here to moriow, and then I shall Lord Adair's regrets of his ab- sence, andintiodiicc totheii notice Toms, tiuly, HERBERT GrBANT, To Hon. Goo Savage The next morning, quite eaily, the hunting parly came down to the Fox Hunt" Mr Grant pieseuted his letteis of xntroducmg to Squire Oldfield and was- politely requested to join the hunting party nice to aiid power- thought Minnie, as she saw the defer- ence with which Mr J3 rant assisted Kite Oldfield from, her saddle to the ground, and marked tbe low bow with which hp gave her his arm i He called me Minnie, this morn ng, just as if I were a was her next thought- How handsome ue ra, and what a pleasant voice he had! Minnie is a pretty he aajsit" Minnie! Minnie' where aio j ou Commg-sfather'" and gill has- tened down to assist her father in waiting- upon his guests As she was passing through the hall, she met Miss Oldfield who had toin her habit, and was on her w.iy up stiusio repair the mischief. poich which Mr. Jjraist Good night" and'gBod-fcy, Mfimie, be ciff befoie yoii 4SHSorrow. wiite m a day or two, sJifi sofln. Tcatara to" clana The next momHig, early Had she not to get he befoie he started to 1 hei fathered leff, did to the house instead of standing qa tJw block ana hostler, as he fed ai rey, Mr. Grant'p hoarse I Jt" was a] why did she stand strcSSng itfe mass, j it, and once when .Larry iras onto! _ pressing her lips to bis Woa3, white; head. Mr GraEt was Ioo3ong4omt window, and there was a K his face when he noticed came down a few momenJs ed and squrred, and though still rather spirits. T SLnne had a for ber that night, and "trfe old inaa 3 "Well, if he'H i prove he's" blf and why whole-souled fellow, I think, and I- suppose must let you go ,1 And Muinie, seated beside j close into 'his arnwand saBg hfer song i' f 11 In appartment in ff finest houses in London, ycaag Grant is pacing sapidfy aud_ eldery lady, seated on the safe, is him s. "Dear Hprbet, I "wisli yoTa V6nld listen to reasqn VFhat wfll KatoTjayKr-2 Kate a cold hearted of her, and flsurvi-ved my fall I f- But, my Herbert, M and seating himself beside do not, know Minnie. She is no coarse, uneducated rustic Any lady might Txst pro'afi Sw beauty and heve, if it had not been for ier loud I should iaie died. Tou did notjSend No iint4 1 "Was caiisct Here, Bne latlier haughti- BOOK Rubacrlbera the extensive BOOK BINDERY oft HALL, and removed the siock and flltnres to NO T FBAHKLIN BUILDINBa, are now prepared to execute all work In their line with noatnesa and dupatch Mr. MIU.EH was recently connected with one of the largest Binderies In New York, will role Eookn io my orfancy, and bind (he sirne to the worlonftn like rammer Mr WHITTEMOREhMlOBg been known to Syracuse ans as a reliable and skilful workman They ire now firi'pared to execute all kinds of Book- binding, aa Magazines, Blank Boole, Shelf Boxes, Ac In the beat chtjapett manner, and on the notice I, WHmBMOBB apO iltf J. MILL? ly, as Minnie passed her, come with me and mend this Mmnie followed the hxi dsomebiunetle, who was evidently m a b'id humor She was stall seated on the low stool beside her atwoiktipon the habit when Hairy Old- field, Miss Kite's biother, joined them "Come, Kite, they are all waiting for jou Let them wilt "I tell you what iL is, Kate" the young man, "I would not let them see how mad 1 was about Lord Aibir's absence were you Ho has sent d handsome tute, and if his excuse is true, why I am sure it is a good one i Important business Fudge, as if lus agent could not tiansact lus business. He will meet a cool reception ivheu ho docs come cz girt lie' Tou niij lose hinValto- lest, in spite o! insist upon cciapsg to consent to It took more fesn one snch cosaanicto her "but Herbert was finally she man in a carriage streets one evempg, aad pdiuon close to "has Bes darhng, and now my is drew iuacoej-'-i "Slew 'r tired OTK c 68t They liad and were rominp home. Welcome mj daughter, ladj r come noaie: Would your Joxdehip a bon corning JB. Lidj I order supper'" Lady Adair Hhisie. v wfcy, criejl ijts me, you aa if I was a iLuinie close Lord Adair, or Mr. edj" jouare my Herbert: stalL Robinsoa, the hats During, the conduct ?faa so viciow' Jfiw ginue' i on niij iobo nim-oup- month, her conduct Wair getliei Ho be agreeible to his subsfctatk erable that it -was fbtmd to ietwi so that he -n ill carry back a favorable "Jier locked up of the toae as SP4PFR1   

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