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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 4, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL CITY BY D. J. HALSTED CO. SYRACUSE, TtTES.DA-Y, JAJST UAJRY Ol) CENTS. IJBNTHAL COURIER, IW.11V Miir.MSt.. BY D. J. HALSTKD CO. lU.'SINKSS. ATTimSKV ASH nU-SSKI.1.01: AT ill iillny .V H-niliMiri' HUM, ,1 by wrllwi illreclknw. CARDS. K. II. Hlock, :nw. .JOHN O. HUNT, .U-IOUSUY AND COUWBU.OK A1M.AW, LAW Ol'FICB, c. lilnok, s' .J. JI. IJiVKKK, 1'AIXTKH, liVTIIIIK Klocfc AN" IxiMKSTIC W1XKS AND UQUOKS. NLiiiiif.uliii.'i-., ot IHTn'.It.-. 4 rnr leiiliiTtvtnViiM Knitiirky v.lii-.u WhUkcy, Jtc. M-KU-n.-l'. X V _ t'OATSi, Al-1'OliXKV A NO l WlRflMi W Llinn-li POKTIfiK A WjV.l.Ij.VC3S, AITOIINKVS AX1) AT (Ivor UuulK-y .V Co.'., lluillwun- Xo. -.IT Xorth Snlliw.-.lri'1-I.Syiiu-iii-o. U-l If J. l-OUTM.. ________________________________ v. uuuYiv, ATfOKNHY AXII CCUNSKI.1.011 AT LAW, Iii .Marble HiiUillaR, Xo. S Smlli >tivi-t. s-'yrncttHo llmisi1, SyraeiiM' A. A. T. SMITH, SIV'IIANICAI. -'-XI) SUIUiKON DI.NTISTS. (into NIII. 1 nml a IMki- UlTY' NOTICES. Oli'VMCl'J THE TttKASUJil511 AND TAX liKUKlVKIl, Dl-ui'lnhiT l.'illi, IMS. PAY YOl'R linrolly Klv" Unit- Ihn 'Hix HoUn Uu Cuuiity T.u-a-h tlio wuitls-ut' tbti r.ltv nf lor tin- .vi'.ir ISiiS, with tilt- of vi-nrs attarln'il, luivn bci'il (ilari-il in my lor ooHi't'.tiou, iiutl all imir.iHi tlicvcin nu- rcitnireil In (my lih: ul my tbn City nl' lli.-u- on or bci'oio lln; fliH ilay February Ali-o, fin thu tlili'i- I'tillowiliK til" ilatc of till" nnttri', .uiv may payhr, bi'i', or tliiiir t'outity anil SU-tc by oin'- )ii-r relit, fees tlu-irtin nun- i-.v ptrali'Ki'ot' lln- nun- Unco KI nilili-il and collretoil up lo llu- Urn Jay i.l Kobiimry. alUM tin- tascn n'liummK will lie phiec'l in tho liandti ot ail iitlliuir iluly to Llio u.-t roriulrnl In til" clmrliv. IIUHACK UIHIATUS. Trt-a.surer anil Tus Ri'cvlvrr. I n RAI LIU) ADS. SVKACUSli WIM'l-r. AKIUMirSllVLX Xin. IKiS.'Imii MISCKLL '.N KiU'S lioous in JOSISPH iv. ATl'OltNKV AND I'OL'XSKI.I.OU AT No. 7 Wictlng Muck, l-'lntil1, Hyrueuse, S. V. JOHN SUiMVAN, wiioi.imti: JLSV KCTAII. i> KOKKlflN AND IIDJIKaTKi ClliAltS, No. ;io W.IBKKX mtKBr, four I'oors Below at. Cliarle-' llutel, SyruiMiso, N- V. 10 UilullUl U'SliO.) HQLtr'.ut: IIH.UKIIW (1BWKUIIS, ui-cteii a'nM DoiiH-Hlli; ami MipiorH. Nos. 8 ami W Jumos Ktroi-t. dloillt' Jonx JK- "T. IIOCJAN, TA1I.OK, Woillil roiiiwtfully lnn.rn. the Syra, ho hus liiailo arruiiBOtoliiit-, to. CITY, CTjlCIlK'S OI'FICS, M'nieuhe, Nov. IWh Xo. w hereb> jjiveu llint the lull lor lias slum1 thu west fide ol sli cet, t'ruiu tbo Clobu lluildiug.T Ui OiuindaciL street, has been left with thu Treasurer ami 'fax Ui-eeiver roreiiHeelUm, to whom every or may pay her or their for -uxtv daj from Ilie d.iio of Ililn notice, as fullow. 1'or ten lee I'tn ten days Ibereal'tci' at one per cent IVe Tor tv-'eutv days succeeding al three pill' cent nlld fin the reinainini; twenty days at live percent fee. If any remain unpaid at the expiration of the time ahme uientioiied, Ibey will be collected as provided hv the Cbarter. 'n'JO JA11E-: H. nil.l.KSl'IK, Clerk. I i RAILROAD .I and ii.ule XIAliAHA Hni'-U.H AN' rle-.ehilil, I'nlulul'lls.dUi'MiniUt, 'l.iiedd.i'li'.iii Miillki-e (i.iieh.i, Hoik Island, llir IHilyi. Ht I'liul, Uii'l- Ill lln l-ntll i In 11.40 A .M r k-l.. (V KM'Kl-'-S MAM DiluUii, I Ul i I 1.30 i lor CITY CJ.KIUC'S OFFICE, SYK.K.TS.B, Mil. nu tin: wust sidu ol ssallna slicct fiom Uio ulubu to Oiumilngii is huiTliy given tliut Ilic 118- roll Tor tin1 nlxn-e niontionod imiircvoiiumt III.H been lilr-il in tbh olHco, mill will luimun Milan subjccl In Inspection for ton Cium tin- (hitu ol' tins notice, ilmmg which time .my person iniiy rxuniino tin-Hiinif. The As-! rf will iniwl ia till'- onicoon TnWKliiy, IK-lOlh lust., lit 10 o'clcick A. M to hoar uuv objections Lo waul iib-wjs- nietiL. mid tin: s-ame if luicessary. nil tf JAMIB'S. Uk-rk. CITY CJjERIC'S OTfFlC'E, SVIUIJIISK, Nov. Blh 1858 OK Crrv is her.oby Klvi-n, that all ai-couiils to tccolvi' tbo aUcmtioll of tills Boaril, toiii'tbor with tilt! ptuper vouchoiK 1'or saiiujj luuht bi! left with the Oily Clink on or botoiT the 16th inst. Hv onli-i of the Iloarrt. tl' JAMtS S. YOONO liAIlY who lint, had consWo- rubli' as a DRESS MAKER in this, city, u, ilesirous of unijiiginK with somo fan.ily goliiK Sontli.this wlntor. 1'leaso a'lldiews SL'KLIjA. Syracuse P, 0. o25dtf CHILDUEN, without pliroiitH, the oiliest a boy, 9 years of ago, inul the other a little girl of i, may bi: itdnptnil liy any ruspecUiblo fiumly with out obiiilroli. A letter left, at tho Courier oflloo, luhhcsbiii to PII11.0. will rciioive prompt attention. oMUll e that oistr jlU9 H. WWGTW, JIAKKU, Ni. 07 WiwIiliiKlou lib j'._li.U-y._ Si VS AND COOSSEU.OIW A't LAW, Cranm-r in.iek, Hynieu.se, N' Y. M. "VV. liOCKK, IIOWK AOESCV AND IXSUIUNOK 111 the beat manner, at XU. 18 MONTUOMKKY STRUCT, the Hyi'l--, Where hu is ti> receive all orders entrusted lo bi-s CultliiK mid Mi'kiui; ilmii-1" onto. (18 tWin (l Poilunlen Uillldlng, Syrncusa, HICNDBKSON, VCTKR1SARY 8UROEOS. srimr-C'orupr of Iluwloy imd Ixwll ulrocts, Syr Twmliuu.alniKua Cluirch X. i) uurt 1X.RH Halo. _ [BOOTS H11013H. -jVlVrNER With a Casli Qavllnl uf JL from S300 to in a lucrative business in this which is now paying twenty-live por lent. 6SO. Syracuse Post Office. AtMross Box A colored ivomiui, wull-uo- qunintccl with general bouso-work, cuii boar S Kiyoltnvlllo. [oSSillf 'AN'I'EDljB'ORTH'B II. S. AIU1Y, ADl.E-BOIJIED MEN, To whom will be given GOOD PAY, BOARD, OI THISU mid MKIHOAL ATTEND'ANGE. Pny I'rom Sll to S22 per uiontli'. None but gooill land sober men, 6 toot C inches {Ugh, will biriic-l copied. Apply lit No. fto West Wator street. W. A. WINDER, IstU 3d Artillery, Sj-racuao, Dec. (Ul' Boorultlng onioer. HOOT ANM) SUOK BTORE c" a" II. 1IO-VT, .Sl) SUROKON, Xo. U Cot.veuliou Hall. p.ll.1 t" "f tl10 04 (itt tl iniit.ii tnrort- anil IX-uIerrf hi S.Xl'FK ASP UIUA1IS, Hliiu Store, -II Water WICTINO DI.OCK. olltltr tin- WY.-.I. Xurth..ml K'.Mlli. UO r. M .it Dunkirk O.C.'i >i., 1) M ii.OO .1 .-...Toled. M., will. Nmlit M.itl li'.iln Toledo at Iti.'iO xiour i nvr.-i at it'inlchk I.- 'loli'ilo r. s. ami ni-cthir; witl; nioiiiniy a I] UK- viinons The aluju; triuus CDnncui Tin) Cinnlinati, all ponits Iruvinj: Clovulanrt us follous Via Columbus, al. 11 .M. anil S 11) si. Yin Clyili'1 mill JViyton, at 11.-10 A. M and 8.00 r. M. Auuoi.i modal ion Tiailis leave Cl.-vi-l.inil for ;il SO p. M. iii-Lurning leaves ".indnsky r 110 A. M.. and nr. Ck-rclninl ll.IOA s. connedim; with JladTrain 'or tbe East. Connections are also niado at Toledo with the TOLEDO, WABASll AX11 WINTERS RAILROAD, for Kort Wayne, Wab.ibl., Peru; LoKallsiiort, I.l F.iyi-tle, Danville, KprinKlleld and St. Ij.nis, leaving Toledo iit 1.1') A. su and 0.00 i'. M Cliw-Vi'd 'IhiOiiRli to fliii-iunall, Tnli'ilo, Loins, all pinnls and Solllhwest. j73- Th.'onqh 'IV'keK by lliis rnuli; eui he obtaineil nL ill the priuciiial Tiukfl. Oiiic es in the Uiutett Stales, and in linlhilo, ul the Coinpauy's Ticket Office, fxc-lmnKO street Dopot. Abo, at thu Union Ti.okcl (llllco, 17 Vx- -.bnnfro street. WM. R. BARR. 15 General Ajjeut, Buffalo 'LKAVI-; i M ul '1 lain -t.ili.'n-. i HIHI.-I In in I .it rai-ti--.- With Train-' r.i--! .t'l.lU. t On und I r.-lahl il.illi 111 h, Ion, I.iuwnr." .mil l.-w-nxi-r and li'-luht Ti.un M I- Ion, IjunMin'- ,ind Hildu i-onnei-tKii: iiu-.i.sf with 'riaiii" K.iH.md LFAVK SVHAIT't-K: Tas-eiiu-'l and i-l-i-liiM i .ind' Fu-Klil Tiaui -topini'u .it I'-al i 1- uin-.ulle, LIUIWIH''- ,md Tl J.4J Train .it .ill 'Uitioi-.-. 1'n n: supei n t.-ti.l. nl Klou ivitli M-irl.'1' TKAS Ol'. w.li v. -II I, CtYll-VfUSE, ABDN Y. It 15 WINTIP. On ami atti-r Monday. DeeemliiM-13, i n LKAVK SYR.U'LVK (i.JO K Yink .......ci-t.lii; with IIK--.S Trams on tile New York and Ki tor New York and Biill'ilo 10 Express wilh the Traiiin uu the New York and Kile Road, Ka.--t and I.EAVK B1XGHAMTON A. with the Rnll'.ili' and New York Express nn the Xew York Cen- tral Railroad. .V20 i'. Express on the arrival of Kxpres.- Ti urns Vi oin New York- and Bnfl'alo, eonneennt: 0 with the Trains East and Went on the N. Y. K. K. 'I'lekelrf to Klmira, may be pn'- eured at the oflice or Hie United Kxpresb, South fralnia eel, and at, the Tieket ofliee, lornor o{ Onondagii and Clinton street.'-. dGdawU J. M. SCIliailll'ltUOUN, Pre.-ldeul .md H.y stockanJ n Ui. 1. nin-Kd Cl-o. AM'UK'tVa, II N-iith >al.n- Hotel v.-.ur. ;ilo HOTELS. ,111 WiiUOB STORE, ORMSBY S PIERSON, U iv.ilsrs lu KORK1C.N" ASH IiOMfXTIC WINtti AND I.IQUOIM, Wnith Salliui stroot, Syracuse, X, Y. TTIBAiyrH ANI> ECONOMY. KARJIEBS, MKCIIAIS'IIS, LABORERS, Anil everybody in want of Hood, Home-Undo, Water-Proof BOOTS AND SHOES, FOB Tilt: I-'AI.I. A.vn WIS.-EK SEASONS. TBUB3BKI.L WALLACE, Xo. T franklin IlulMlngs, K. Uenesoo street, Tho st.u.d formorly occupieil by McDousall, Fonton Co.. of you nu exmninatioii ol1 tbo BUST AXl) CHEAI'KST t llir ...-ill for Whe.d. ,IH E. ROBBISTS, CSr. AND BKAI. KStAVK. AUKNOV. -r and Wilson's Suwlnc Machine. Maehlne Stitrlliiii! done to order. (''invention Block, Oeneace wtroel, S. Y. fKMTRAI. CITY AOWNCY, XO. 2 COLIJXS BLOCK. ,1.- md of TonomeuU and Uuuls, Collol; i.f r: of Itook.-, In Double anil Single tty, and lliMUlflico Olllcc. ,IU1  A. M. and 10 00 ii, Tho 5.15 A. M fci'iiiu will nob run OH movuingH. 0. Geaoicl bi'porlntondent Syt-Jicuso, Nov. GOODRICH, Pi-opriclor, L'orner FayeUo and Clinton }-licets, dlO tltf Syracupo, K. Y. TA11KR Is tlio itoi-e whr-i ;'nr aw.iy TABEU Cll M to pan of ilie oily f, ANDREWS. 41 SHrtb s'iiJiua sirwi, 'iivl. Ornvnil.Ucd. anJ Yellow Al-o Piirlo and uevrctop be soW cheap, as bcrely- r. Axnp.svrs, 41 South utrcel- r II ri very large an.l -elect rfook of Urcx-n and Stack i TIM-- whicb are all Xeiv uuii Vrooh, and will bo snU iri-lwillLivi-'aliffactlon. f. AXORETPS, 41 South street- cn COFFEK.S. Java, Mocha. 41 Salios slroel HARVEY HOUSE, i (Ou ihc European No. 20 street, tho Granger nicuk, Syracuse, X, Y, WARM MEALS AT ALL HOURS. dlO tlir "IX HARVEY, Proprietor TI11KTVSKVKN- ITNTS ANH o any taken in Hit? Lily. TA15K11 D'S HOUSE, _O> OSWEGO, N. Y. Tbis new Jlrst clnss Hotel is now open for tlio reception of guests. ILs locntion is central, tinil diroctly opposite the Koonis tire largo, and furniture, ns well as house, entirely new. Hot and uold baths can be bad at all hours, Tbo Hotel will Ije kept on Ijoth the European and Ameri- can plans. S. W. Pioprietor. OswoyOj.lnly dtf Is tho. place wlioro tlioyrXLKT, in. coi-ying CM cry stylo Picture. In will iropy tho original PicLtiro. TABKK 1858-9. ARRANGEMKST. ISoS-O. GREAT WESTERN 'RAILWAY, VIA SUSl'fiNSlON BRIDGE TO TORONTO, IffiTROIT, aiicugOj St. Louis, iniwnulcuc, T.oqk Thland, Burling- ton. St, Piiul, Gnlcna, Duljuquo, Cniro, Qaincjr, Miuttson, l-'uiul tin Lac, mid all points in the WEST jVND SOUTHWEST Trains leave Uio Suspension lollop, Sundays xccptpd ACCOilMOHATJOS G.30 A. Jlumiltorr O.Oy Xrx., Tyronto 11.35 A. 51. DAY liXl'KE-SS, A. ut namtltou HI 135 5r.. Toronto JI., Dctioit P Ji (supper.) Clit- citijo ooimccLintf with nil linos West, Kortli ami South, 3.4j i'. ut Hamilton 5.-1C i1. Toronto S 40 p. M., London 9.30 P. 21. MG11T EXl'REaS. 3.15 A. at Detroit at 1.00 it., CUicugo tit 4.00 A. ar.. connecting vrith nil linos Trains luavo Toronto 7.40A. md 4.15 ij. M. Trains bdvo Detroit visi Detroit antniihvankec Rail- vay, us follows Lror St. 8.00 and 3.00 v. M tor Jraud Haven uiul Milwaukee, 10 45 11. Through Tujkots for all points West find Southwest can be obtained at Uio Ticket OIQco of tho New York CLin- Depot, ic street, and of MdtoivKaudall, Agent, Union Ofllcu. No. JT Kxchiuigo sLroct. Buffalo. .itrr-ius irovrus, C .F liUYDGES, Cicu'l N. Y. Director, Hamilton, U. W dtT "OOOTS AMD SIEGES, i3g} LKATIIKU AN'lt FIXDIXGH. .if K.UIIII.V MOVLTKK, U. il-n in AMI! PROVIBIONS, No TO Gcncsco street, SyrucilHO, N. Y. Ji.ll 1'orl. Sliouldi-is, llutter, Ijird, l-limv, K.'.-.t and loose Hult.___dll dlf ItTCtl 1SAUNES. ill- I'.i'Uil I'l'-ili-rs in KKfi, I'AX AND SHK1.1. OVsrEIW, At their OjhlorKjpot. In the SI. Charli'sBloaL.tlirucdum's youth of the Railroad Depot, Warren street, Syniciwo. FanillleK Hotels, suppVcd on short notice. Atiesli supply every ilay. iiM [I. HTILWKL-L'S ;iO XOl'.TIl SAI.INA STKEKT, V.uihcis IJInuk, (I'm mei'ly Kinpiri'.) Has just received TIIO US AN' I) HOOTS HOLLARS W OUT II o K AN" I) S1IOKS, MILLINERY. MRS. COOK, NO. 27 FAYETTE STKEliT, Will ready lo see tlu; Ladies on FIllDAY, 12th hist., al wlncli time she will display hei- rich stock of MILLINERY. Alsu', 1J.W Veils, Cliantilln Lac'', Ki ench Work, Bridal Flowers, A-u., nlO MRS. OKm'ENDEN as juit returned from New York wiUi a toi'gc and elegan soi Intent of II I I, L I N E R Y GOODS, Of tho most Fashionable Patterns and Finest Quality. ho rail Styles are pronounced by (be Ladies very beoon ig, and Mrs. Urlttciidcu's goods arc greatly admired by a] ho sec thorn. They will be open for Inspection on THURSDAY, Nov. 4 nd Jjidies are respectfully invited to call and examine til oso da M. IValvr in AND PROVKIONrf, Crir. Mulberry nnd Jlndison hlroetu, Y. A constant -Mipply of Silt I'ork, H.ims, bhoiildors, Uutler, Linl, KlO'ir. Teas ami Sugars, Wines nnd Liquors, always Inn-l, at tho lowe-sl prlco-i.  cll gooil fresh of their own mamifuctiiic, aud l-jiatern work ol' tin' very bust quality as low iii you can buy old in any slm'c in llui city. Woik made lo iircl-'i1 anil wiirrnntod. UoiiK-mbijr tbu No. ;iO Nourn S.u IXA Sruhirr. dt-lodtl VorlnvM lllni'k, (foriniii'ly Umpire.) _ Hi i n' 1'rndiiiv X. V. dll dtr MKKCIIAVr 'I'AII.UR, CIIKTSIAIR has just ivlnrued ll'om New York will a largo and eliigan! a-siu'lniont (if tin; si} led u giKiils for (1 HNTI.KMI-'S'S WliU'b are now opi'ii for Ibe uf hif nld ciislnnu-r and tlicb n.-w nucs n- chou.-.' lo makr linn n cull. Ho continues to du T A I 1.0 It I X C H US I X At usual, and all of lib nut-f I" Ut t" Inur. fOT Kmr.ini'i' Hi hi.s room- belwi-eu tbe t-lnri-sof Ruo and Triisdcll i: W-illnci-, Ceiu'.tei- Mn-.'t, lill-ll lilt -ll'-llll till... .110 f >O.SKX.HAt'K A V.'li.il-.iiln nml U.'l.nl th-jli'i- iu I-'OI.'KICN AXD DOMKSTIC DRY COOPS, V.'.ni .M WH.KV. V.VNKH-. NlU'ldNS, if Fi.iiilillu SymcilM', N Y. HO- Milliners aud Pcillun supplk-d at New Yorfc Jobbing I'rkasj ill dlf OUGHT A3IEIUCAN SIjAVKKY TO UK I'KRI'Bl'UATKII? Di'bali- bi'tvvi'i'n 'lli-'V. W. Urmviilnu und J I'rviin. For ,t.Uc bv ml If 'lll.l MFlt Jc I.AWRKNfK uiid and onu Ili-ii iiit, Ci.imoti. -Vu.. 1 with dluslr. rv wli mn Buiii'iU TIIK i.r joiii- Tim Ainufli-inontr., Table aullun- of tin- TJIC rrtttd. f limp rlKHs and al Knihl mil l-'nl 'Hi imly i bur ?HU- at I'ICCK'.-S 7 Kast Uonesoe oiil GROCERIES. und oll'cr to Ui WE HAVE JUST irmlo, 400 Sugmri, loO ilo. CrushoilPowdoi'wt do 100 hhds. und V K do.. 200 half cheat YllTuft, 200 do. Old Ilyaon, Uuu Powder atul Imperial TOO do. Oolong, Soucliong and English BroiiUfiist do., HOt) boxes R and ilaiMus, IfiO bills. Syrups, diQ'ercnt qualities, ciil.i. t.nind aud Goo Bank 100 bills. Xo. 1, 2 awl 3 Mackerel, .'iO hoxt'S Scotch 400 do. No. 1 iind Scaled Jl'iirhig, ;iOO do. Ko. 3 unit I'ale Soup, t 200 Uio, UKUira und Alurucnho CollVo, 100 butts Cavendish Tobacco, dnx. Brooms. .IAYCOX i: ORKKX, "WHoles-Atp Gvocurs, it'2i> d'Jni 07 North yalinu stree HOUSE, (Formorly Union Hotel.) NO. 20 EAST FAYETTE Between ;uid Montgomery streets. SYRACUSE. Thi5 woiikl respeoLlully uunounce to hit- friends the puWIa nt large, that ho hjs leased tlic above naintd Jlonsu ior a Lena of yours, ip-modelud and ru-furnhKoi-l the second to none io the cityj for corn- tort, safely and convonieucc altctition will bo to thoio who may favor me with a call. Good barns arc1 attached to tho premises. J. C. CUDDKBACK. SyniuiaCj Nov. 22 1858. n22 clawtf T E j On tho corner of Park Row and Bqekman Opposite City Hall and Park Fountain, 'I NEW YORK This, Hotel is conducted on tlie European Plan for the ac- commodation of "both Ladies and Gentlemen. PRlCliS FO11 ]IOOM3 AS FOLI Room for one person, 50 conts per day Gentlomtiu and Lady, 00 per day. Adjoinitiy the Ladies' Parlor is A PRIVATE RESTAURANT For Cicntlerucn and Ladies, whore Meals will bo furnished uL all hours, guosls paying for only what tlioy order. LIBBY, WHITNEY .t CO. Beware of a house in Greenwich street, railed Lovcjoy's Houso, which is represented by hackmcn aud uiimcrdto bcalir.incli of tliis house, it havijig no (jonnection vor with tluit houfee. t _ n'23 .7OHJV L. CCOJC SOWS' COFFEE HOUSE, Corner Washington and Warren streets, East end of R. R. Depot, N, Y, Hotel, long and favorably known, is kept. ON IHE EUROPEAN PLAN, With Barn, und suificieut accommodations for the conntrj LI uvul This is the only Hotel in tho city where guestf- cai be accommodated with Heals at all hours of the day. LADIES' BINING ROOM, Separate from Gent's. Ladles and Gents will rind this vcrj convenient Tho proprietors of this House return to their patron: their Uinnlcs for former patronage, and solicit a cnntiuu unco ot tbe panic. JOHN I, COOK, JOHN L. COOK, JR. AUSTIN D. COOK. -IT. LOUIS ANZS liAJVSAS. WABASH AND GREAT WESTBJSNH.E. LINE. The moat dnoct, plefts.int andiiuiclcest route fi-oin the To Fort Wayuo, L.uayctlo, T.oganspoi-t, Decatur, Kpriug- fleld, Naples, IiKliiuiapolis, Peorirt, Alton. ST. LOtIS ANB K.VSSAS. Kxpi ess Trains leavo Union Dopot, Toledo, unnu-diateiy on arrival of Trams from Uio Ijliist, and run directly withonl, any delay, except suflkiicni tune for Meals. Direct, connections are mado At Foi-L Wayne, for Columbia, Plymouth and Uhicago. At Pefti. for ]ndiatiapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville. At Lafayette, I'Oi New Albany, Terro Haute, Vmccnncs and Evansvillo FACT! Two less changes by tins Kouto Uiau by oUtcts, and 85 miles in distance saved UK-ID Do not bo deceived by Bills of othei Linos, vccommend- inj; infei-ior and very much longer routes, but secure pns- snso by this well-biiilt and equipped lino. It is owned and controlkHl by Eiistoin Eaili'cad is run with avicw to please the traveler and Rifely. GST All changes arc made at Union Depots, and Baggage is chocked through and no' charge for handling. Shippers of Freight will nnd this lino unrivalled for dispatch. TRY THIS ROUTE! UC5- Call lor Tickets via and Great Wesl- 'Ihi ough Tickets can bo procured of all tbe Railroad Storclnboat unices in tho Eastern States and Qinadas. G. W. BAKTMTT, CEO R. WEED. dU Gouoral Ticket Agout. General Enstei u Agent. FATETTS3 HOTBIi, S. D. POMEROY, Proprietor, No 6 East Fiiyctte fctiect, Tins well known House is located in the central part o tho oity, and only six rods from the New York Centra Raili oad Depot. The proprietor of tho Tayette House takes tbi.s opporlu nity to thank bis 1'rionds and tbe public for their putronag hitherto, and a continuance of tbo feel sain in guiii anteoing .satisfaction Lo all who may stop at hi House. Large, commodious, well ventilated and well-furnisupc rooms, and a good table, are cbinacteristics of the Fayctt House, accompanied by moderate charges. Board, SI pc day. Mr, L. BARNUJt ictainctl as Assistant, whose reputa Lion for politeness and attention to, guests is well established Thi) Stublos attached to tho Fayctto House promises ar large and convenient, and second to none in the city. TLio Btagob from Tully Valley, Onoudaga Hollow aud Oi Dudaga slop here, and passengers will bo duly in formed of the time of their departure. S. D. POUEROY. SBHTII, ,7R., Dealer InJ I-'OHKNW AND DOSIFSTIC FIUII'IS, mil Dried, in great varieties, Iliu-ing changed all any article i ougUl plsewh And everything ill tins line of b my Un-rUi'on from Xo. 7 Fuuiklin NO. FAST OISFSHK STREET, CiiuiiiT C Kin-a ini'ie rapacious ulutv, and piirc-hanmg "oods for cash, I atu prepared tn lino of fade cheaper tliiiu can .--tiuly tn plt-asu, and my motto is fjnii-k Sales and Small I'rolit. a rail. I'l-.TKIt S.SIITH, JH 14 dlf N'o. jO K. Uem'see street. Cmirier Buildings; 'fusir, AV. K. I'omoiuy Cn. (JArf ANO STEAM PFTTKH 7f, KAST CiKN'R-EK STUKI-7T, A." PKUMBKH, N'M. It-ith Tub--, Closoty. W.itor lii-i-s, Bnirkci-. IVmlfints.K N ll iirouiptly tlllll niatly cxiTtiU'il DU UK lu'Wl t It-nns. Woik also done :d reusoimbli nitt'3 for noi-auus prefening tol'uruisli lUuiruwu il3m WINTER AKRANGEllENT. 1S58-59 BUFFALO LAKE HURON' RAILWAY, FOR DETROIT, C1HCAGO, AND ALL POINTS "WIST. Tram's leave Buffalo daily, (SnmUys irom Ei-ic Ptreot Depot, on Now York timo, us follows CHICAGO 3.05 A. M fj.o2 A.M., Lcnc'ou 8.42 A.M., Detroit 1.30 r. M., ami .irrives at Chicago at 4.00 A, at connecting with a.11 linos West, North antl South. All through trains connect at Detroit with Detroit and Milwaukee Railway. ACCO.MMODATIO.V. 0 SO A. Vuriis and uL P.uia at 10.ao A. M., London tit 1.00 r ji. CHICAGO Ii.OO ?i ;it Pun-, o.25 P. M., London 5.2o r. jt Detroit-10.15 i1. M., (supper.) Chicago at 11 13 A. M., connecting with all North ami 12.00 Stratford ;md riving at Stratford at o 25 r. it (.lOttuncii at 7.55 v. >r. Trains arrivo at Buffalo on Now Yorkfimoas-follows 5.0U A. 00 mul all information nan lie obtaiiiod t a7 Htt cot, and at tho Iu K1 street Depot. J. -MACKIRDY, Pi'osident JOHN CouciaL Tiosct Bnfl'alo. Xovonibci- UU dtf HOTEL, Eight irodfa South Central Railroad Depot. SYRACUSE. General {Stage and Omnibus Depot for tho places name bolow and hnmediato stations ARIUVAIS AKD DEPARTURES. Arrive I'rom.DuRuytor, Cazeiiovm, Delphi, Orau, Jtanlii and yayottovillo at 10.30 A. M. Leave Brintnall's Hotel r 3 o'clock P si. Tor the same placed. Ai rive I'rom Mexico, Pulaski, Central Square, Brewer to and Cicero ut 10.30 A. it. Leavo BrintnalPs ITotol at o'clock i1. 31. ior same places Arrive from Three Rivei Point and Now Bridg by Steamboat and Omnibus, at 10 o'clock A. M. Lea1 Brmtnall's Hotel at 3 o'clock P. si. for same places. Arrive From Bridgeport at 10.30 A. M. Leave at 3 o'clock r. w. Tor same place, ji Tlic Proprietors of Bnntnall's Hotel take this opportunity to thank their numerous patrons for their liberal patronage heretofore, and solicit of the same. And to others, we say, Try us." jGGf Porters to convoy Baggage to and from Cam and Omnibus, free. J .flfjf All packages or for Omuibus or Delivery, will receive our prompt; attention, if left in our care. AV. G. SPRAGUE CO., jy 17 dtf Proprietors 33rintnallfs Hotel. Uui place uliou- vou sne thosi evolving Cone, t'ompaie Uu1 tilliM'ies beside you v irencc betwoeu tbo beautiful Pictures in Ui Picimvs Uikeu at ether ill "iM1 at a gfcincu the dit OKNUIXE MfcTAJJC UAt'KKl) AMBHO'lYPES .ud tlift Llogus sntd by Remember! that T-ABEK GALLERY NO. 4, F1UXKLVN' UUI1.1MXU, blAErT CENKSEK-STEET, FLIT1O AKD CAMl'HENE. O CriCUlOR nnnilna VluW at Four Shillings per gilloa. b A..u aud -itob _ 41 South Saluia sueet. PROVISIONS. HRTSF. Poultry. Pork, Fish of ms kmds, GFO. C. 41 Pouth Salina strett. SVOODEN WAKE. Ll. kiiuU Tabs and Vails, Wash Roanls, Hour I'.ute. Suffer Boxes, ic. GEO. C. ANDREWS, 41 South Salina SOAPS. i Xo. 1. Unchau'R, Iluil Chcmic IHOV all kinds of Fancy Soaiw. GEO. C. ANDREWS, 41 South Salina SYEUPS. QTFAVART'S rouble Extra Huvcnguugcr and Mollu, Bmigcs Syriuis. Ako Porto i Rico tnd c- ANDREWS. raurr. ASINS. Prnucs, Lemons, Figd. Almonds, Hltjcru, RASINS o.n. _ 41 SmilQ Silisa street. OK 'I UK KETOI.V1XG CONE. dlOlltf WINES AND SPIRITS. 4 MOORE, RKM1FIER ASB WHOLESAUS DEALER In Foreign imd Domestic UQUORS, 1VIMS, ALE, TER, and CJBAH8, No. SO Jamos street- (HOillf 1 TOHW H. BIOB1UB', f) in Foreign WINES. LIQUORS and CIGARS, No. 3 Towus- cnd Syracuse, if. Y. jc-SOdtr STONE WABE. Spittoons, PloPlaUs, and a general Msort- iwnt of Poilery Ware, nt "41 South Sallaa atrect. WANTED. A 1JIOST ovorv thing in the Produce line, sttdi A. Corn, Potitoes, Butter, EggB, Wbile Uird, ilSis, Beeswax, Fretlmrs, Dried ApoUa, Green. Appte, Cap Honey, Turkeys, Chickens, Dried borries. (Jiiious and French tumlfe, for wUch 1 itul GEO. C. ANDREWS, 41 South Oppoailo Globo Hotel. Syracuse, Dec. 14, dl8 d2m. I REBWTTAY'S CELEBRATED ALBS. GREENWAY CO. Arc now niauuructnring four grades of Ate, comprising XXX. XX, X und LAGER, Put up in liluls.. bbls. f bfs. and titrs., and delivered to any oart of tho city at tbe following rates SI "5. XX.....hllds., 12..this, 6..1ifs 300..citrs.: 160. 10..bbls., j..lifo., 2 50..n.trs., 1'25. LAGER, up in quarters only, and sold at SI. Orders received through thePostoftice, or at Grc-enwiiy Co.'s oDicc, 103 West street. dl eABfASDAIGTJA j MOFFAT HAgTlE, for tho Celebrated Conandaigua Ale. ied floor East of tin Cltrk's Office, on Willow Kretl. A superior article nf SCOTCH and ENGLISH 1'ORTER is constantly on band, and supplied to customers at FIVE DOLLARS PER BARREL. The Camuidiiigua Ale is tho most.popular beverage hi tlio country, and is never allowed to deprrciatu iu quality. Moffat Hastio have been the Agents for a number of years, and'luuidreds of customers can be referred to, to prove tho merits of the Ale and tlic clever business quali- ties of the owners. JKT Ale delivered to ,my part of the city or country on tbe shortest notice. Leave your orders at tbe CiuwiuUygiia Ale Office, nest door east of the County Clerk's office. Syracuse, Dec. dtf MOFFAT HAST1E. WHOLES CASH CLOTHING EMPOKIUSf. AMOS CLARK, XOS. 39S ASD 400 BOVKUT, YORK, Junction of Third and Fourth Avenues. XDUCKMESTS OF 30 PER CENT. TO CASH PURCHASERS. RiTES BELOTV ASTTOISG w THE TRJXDE. Tor vears past it lias been tho system of "lothing Slerchants to charge enormous proflta on ouds, which, they are compelled to do in order Jo un homsolvos, they meeting with so many losses by ntlnio, oiul thus make the good man pay the Joss tnsj, retain by tlie dishonest and unfortunate debtor. In view of these facts, wo opened tbe TWO LARGE FIVE STORY BCILDKGS, situated at tho above numbers, comprising Tss Swciors Fioons, and devoted fhem exclusively the sale of READY ilADE CLOTHING ON THE LOW PRICE CASH SYSTEM, in Western Xew York, and wo call sell them at New York City prices, and guarantee tliem us represented. They consist of Brandy of the following brands "Knot, Castilhon T- fr'F. "J. Che- ''Champagne" Brandy, Co." Rasteau Cognac" in half pipes, quarters and eights. Our Wines consist of "Pure Juice "Burgundy I'ale and Golden" Sherry. Sicily Por 3.ongwoi'tbv'.s Dry and u Spark- olld Catawba." Gins of Modor Coioguo and other brands. Jamaica, St. Croix and New England Rnms. Irieh and Scotch Whiskies. Apple and Bran dies. Scotch anJ Philadelphia Porter. For bale by JAYCOX GREEN, dclcltf No 07 North Saiina street. ROME AND CAPE VINCENT R. R. VV WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On anil .iTtfr Monii.iy, Novcmbei' 185S, until fur- thur notice, Tianib on tins Road will rini us (3un- diivs GOINC NORTH. Leave Rome, No 1........'......S 00 .1. M., Mail 2.............8 10-v. si .Freight. 3.............710r M. Express. 1 Conuectilif; at Wnlertown ivilh 1'otsdaln aiut M'.Ucrlov, n Uullway. nml at Oipc Vincent with Furry Uont fur Kings, ton. C. anil Gr.uvl Trunk Railwa} RCTI'RNINO. 7.20 A. 7 .1, Ji p. 3: .Mail S ;iO M., 26 A M I'reiglil. 84f> f M., Mail. at Koine with New Yoik LVntral Rothviu-. I.-AKLOS Supel Y IBEY HOUSE, (IJTE i j 54 and 58 Warren sticet. NEW YORK. Proprietor, IBA A. LIBBY, Laic Clarlc, Libby Co., Merchants. Tins Jlotirfe, so well am! favorably known as the Wyck- is pleasantly .md conveniently located in Warren street, and hut a few steps from tlic fiont entrance to the Hudson River Railroad Depot. It has boon greatly beautified and improved, under the iHieuUon of the now proprietor, who has rendered it one of tlie most attractive, as well as tlic most com cment ilrst class COMMERCIAL HOUSE In New York, bcmg in tUevory heart of the Business Quar- ter uf the city, and convenient to all the Steamboat Land- ings and Railroad Depots. arriving by the Hudson River Railroad will please hand in their checks for baggage to tho Clerk in iho oflice, wlio will immediately send a porter for it. Carriages will at ail times ho in attendance to convey guests of tho House to any part of tho city. The new pioprietor is determined that Uio old and well established reputation of Ihe l' WyckolV" shUl not suffer in llis hands, and he pledges himself to pay particular at- tention to the eomfoi t aud safety of his patrons Tbe TABI.K will at nil times ho supplied with the best the market iitlot iis, and in this respect tho Libby House shall not be surpassed by any iu New York. II. BKINK, Oflice Clcik with the former Proprietors, will remain itli him, and will ho happy to see ins- old friends. New York, .March n'23 dtf BOOK subscrlbera having purchased tbe extensive BOOK BINDERY of L. w TJALL. and removed the stock and fixtures to NO. T FRANKLIN BUILDINGS, are now prepared to execute all work In their line with neatness and dispatch. Mr. MILLER was recently connected vrith one of ths largeaL Binderies In New Ybrk, will rule Books to any orfancy, and bind the same in tiie meal workman like manner. Mr. WniTTEMORE baa long been known to Syracuse- ans as a reliable and skilful workman. They are now prepared to execute all klndw of Booh- binding, as Magazines, Blank Bookn, Shelf Boxen, Ac. lu the btibt and cheapest manner, aud on tbe shorten notice. L. WHITTBMOHB: dtf k J. GREEXTVAY'S ALE ANJ9 jPORTBIi HOUSE.. It is with pleasure that the pioprietor of this old isbed llonsc informs his many patrons that he has now a stock cf the BEST ALES AND PORTER That are manufactured in tho States, and Liquor? the bes in tho world, of which he iuvile-5 all to cull and tiy. Among the best Ales are the following brand? GREENWAY'S XX and XXX, CANANDA1GUA OLD STOCK, CANADA PALE, And JIOKFAT3 PALE All recommended by tho Medical Faculty as healthy bev gra' LONDON PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE, In Bottles aud on DranKht lS d3m JAMES H. MANN. Which has, thus far, succeeded beyond our expectations, nnd tlie fact that we PURCHASE AND SELL "OR ONLY combined with the of orated in the upper part of the city, where rente me-fourth that paid by tho down town houses, gives ua facilities which has justly established our reputation aa CHEAPEST. CLOTHTSG HOUSE LV THE UNION. Our stock comprises every style of garment now to vogiw, adapted to MEXB', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR, Which, for neatness, cheapness am! durability, wo confident cannot bo excelled. To the practical man, to the rarefu! purchMor, to tba man who does not know the advantages accruing from we c-ay, CALL AXD CONVINCE YOURSELVES, That 30 per cent, can bo saved b.v purchasing for cash. MS and 400 Bowery, New York, Junction of 3d and 4th dii.i hts Opposite Sixth street. JOHN RITCHIE'S N E W C 0 A L A N D WOO D Y A II D Omen, No. 'M GK.NT--KK STRKLT, Nearly opposite the new Court Tins Yard is established iu a most favorable locality, rectly upon tlie Unv-path of tbe CauaL, and surrounded bj; facilities which enable the pioprietor to assure tbe publit that he icill not iis nnderfrid any ctltcr Yard in town. lie keeps constantly on hand a large supply of BIU MOUNTAIN. TIVORTO.V, And B1TUMIXOUS COAL. Ornera may be U'ft at the wi-li known Grocery Store of D. J. Leslie. S and 10 James street, or at tbo Yarn, as above. I am also extensively engaged in the BEEF AND PORK PACKING 11 Hit- "drop of JfEWEIjIt.Y i) SAMUEL W.BENEDICT, No. 5, Wall street, New York-, lias constantly on hand a iargeand splendid of Hocks, Watches, Jewelry, Gold Hvmting-Cascs, Duplex and Lever Watches. (iold Magic W-tch Coses. Gold IndoiKnaent Second and Double Timo Gold Enamelled and Dlanioad Cased Watches. _ Cold Watches which wind and set the hands wltnout a key. Silver for every style and price. All our Silver Waro is warranted equal lo coia and onsists m part of and IJTHOUBAPHS, for Grecia Palutinga a ur-d beautiful lot just opened at "Nov. 24. PECK S Boot Store Silver Table Spoons, Dessert Sugar Preserve Salt MusUird Table Forks. Oeseert, Tea Pieklc Kn-.vcs Forks. Weittims C-tke Knives. Fis'-i Butter Silrer Pic Knives, Dwcrt Ice Cream, Punch Oyster, Cream, 'l Cups, Salt, Cellars.) Napkin Rings, Card Cases, Tobacco Boxes, he. Our jewelry i-- all i-ity m.ule, and warranted oftao workmanship and material. Colii Clwtelaino Ch-iins. Gold Crosses. Guard Pins .1 %v.t Ear-nnsi i. Fob s< Ptngor Kings Nccklacva Silver Peas Pencils, Studs, Sleeve Test Buttons, Keys, iScals. Charms and every artiolo which be raeoj tioiicd in Lbo jewelry line. MANTEL CLOCKS, CUMOXD PIN'S. RINGS. CROSSES, Sc. prices of all the above artldiM when quality is compared, than at any other mcnt m tb.9 cny. Witches, Clocks, and Jewel lEWSPAPERr iNEWSPAFERr   

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