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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 5, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENT CITY DAI BY J. HALSTED CO. WEDMES.DA.Y, JA.isrUA.RY 5, 1S59. XXXVI. i'llK'i: 'HVU CENT CENTRAL COURIER, I I lll.l.-lll MURXlVCr. (HUN'IHVS r'Xl'I-'m BY J. HALSTED CO. FIVK. DOI.I'AKS PKU ANM'M. f! I'.MS AUV KltTISINC. ml i. v .i.wi" i .liv. I ,.l .1" 1 iw "l" 'i W) f ,5 i Hi i.tcwillnxroiir HUM, K.- mil .ifcmniunUil by wrili'll illrwIldlM, vi'! 1. ..ii-riiil foibnl. ami clittrxitl ncconlliigly. OH' Conccru, to hi> li'.ili I in mlilitiuu lo the' ahovi- Mttii. U Nxvicra .-h.ifHi-.l at tlio ruti-M rtxwi SUtittc. .in I AM Kimir.MKST'. or over. f. H-I -.111 ff 1'wutimi in Urn columns cllnc'go.1 i n- n.rl'iiK t" i-- innitc-1 thi'lr own ri'iculur buHlncsi. MM Iwiily Hvo PIT emit In silililion to tho ITKMS til' T11K D.Ui.Y COUI'.IKK, Tin KM mi l irv li.vn vCiiuRiraiM nvory morn 'it .uiiiiiin or for ii'iy shorter t" thn C'urrlorsl, if ilf. invicil HI iu..Oiy, 111 iin.inably 111 mlvmici', If wnt liy M.iil. TUB inil.lMhi'il i'1'.'rj iiml fiiil'-il 1-iiniv p.irt'irihoi-'Mlniiy "r ilollvurml thn oil.ro '.il ir vilMi rlbi-r-i i'.t SI 60 PIT iiimmil, 111 No iilt-i'npti.'ii will "ntcr.-il ml the Inhiku iU'SLVKSH OA11DS. y.. ii. wnioirr, OKNT.UAl. oiii.... N.I lU'l.it'V lllnck, H> rnciisu. ilisiltf JOIIM f. IHINT, ATfilUXKY AST> AT LAW, r.inmlil.ili H.itl, Syracuse, W. HAI.I'O LAW OKFICK, iitr lilock, Hyrncuac. J. HAK.KH, 1-AIXTKR, tiv-rmiK Hux'K, lioox N'o. 2u.J JIK8. II. IHlRiS MAKKH, So. 07 tint Washington street. .Mi" Hr.r.ili I'. Kiley. lUS lltf 31 OI-I.OY GRAY, AXI> COl'XHEI.LOIW AT LAW, N't.. :t Ci-.uiKer Synicnsi'. N- Y- .ii.itr___________________________________p M. W. LOC3CI3, LAND UI-'l-'ICK, AGENCV AND INSURANCE OFFICK, N'o. Posloiueo Uuildliig, Syracuse, N'. V. AT.KXANIWSBR I1ENDKRSON, VBTI'llIXABY liUHOKO.V. Vanvr at lliiwli-v .uul Lwll utrcota, PyraciHO. "i.'ni.'.ii'l.iwu.'i Alc'lluuso, Utiurcli sti oot. X. .Uiil Tor '13 'lit H. IIOYT, PHYSICIAN" ANT) BUKOKOM, 'i Cunvwillim Hull. r u iiciil.ir uttfiitlim illM'iwos or tlio Eyo Mul Kir. II.IK IIVQGINS, 1 iinil.u tin -itnl IVuK'fH hi TMIlAi'ni, SXUKF AND CtCAIiS, illuc b't.iri', 'II Wr-it Wator street, ,ill illf syrnnnc-, N, T, C-lXCISfNA'M MtiUOR STORE, I1Y k ln.liwil.' li.ulnr-.ln AND iHVitK-mi; AND IJQUO llOl'iM-. AND HKAI. AUENCY. i'.'iit f'V -r :ui-I Wilson's JVwhltf Mitchino Stil jhinjj iloni. to order. Xn ''.illV'-lltioll ItloCk. GoneSoe Street, Hyractiw, N. Y. CKNTMAI. CITY AGT3NCY, NO. 'I Wi.l.INri KI.OCK. r- 11! i i-i r. .-'tin1' "f Teii'-im-ms mid !jui> l i tini; of Uook.-i In Dcmhlo and Slntflo Kn- l.-i .in.i C.-n.-i-.il Inti'lliKfUO- Olllce. ri-f-n 'u.-jivvn. li in i .-ill. X.i. 'J ('.linn Hlock. H clM' IIKKCIIKK .'i 1'AIAIKH. M. !t. CHVROII, WHOimAU: AXil llf.TAII, IPr.At.Kil IV TDIIACCU, KAXCV 1'IPKS, TOBACCO CKIAU Sc., N'D. 11 y n.th Sulinn strei't, Sy rnc'iso, X. Y. illCilly II. I'1. ATTOKNKY AT LAW, llu> n. H. Court of Claims also for Slut' inn! Ctilifornia. Solicitor I'or IVnaion ;ind othi-r rUiniHiiKalnit tho Un'fed State ,i 1 d-f null.1 X.'. IVl i'Vt (JenOHee street. Cl'TfiaPFK .I-.-- in r.niKs AXII wtoviaioN.J, Xo TO Kwt Gonesoc street. Syracuse, N'. Y. S.ll l'..ii., C.nii.'.l llntler, Uird Hour, K.i'.I anil ".ill. dll illf Ult'K 1JAUNES. V.'li.-l- .111.1 li--t.nl Iv.iler.-- In i.'i-'ii, CAN' .VXD SHELL OYSVKRS, -h.-u- IK -u-i ll-'jiol. in tin- rharle1- ihnv doors .I1 ih" r.uli.'.id li.'i'ot. >v on short iiulue. A frt'sl MII-ILI ev-n pl.u- "38 iluwtf 91. i ,-il-r n AXt) ruovu-inxs, Mulberry and Miulhon btrouts. A.....i i.ii.t H-ill I'm k.Il.imi, Shoulders, Duller, u-I, IVi n IV i- Hid S'U'.irs, Wines nnd LiiiHOl'S, i-.lwiiy: n at tin- Imve-t nririci't prices. dlUcUt .i'.-.i'..l H'MH Hwilor 1-1 iSIIOfKHIli-' AND I'llllVl-sfONS, !'iit-, Ilr.uiiii.-t. Twlno, Hsh, IMrt-. Ailt Kiuil, Xilt-', JLv. -II Soillli SiiSIni ayniLjiHu, X. Y. i: ivii pi ii fur nil 'Miulsof ulliltf A- MERCHANT TAH.On, (Over Wnt'goucr'ii Dealer In AND VrSTl.NT.y. n eut to lit with and elvi'.i'ice, uould .l.i well t.. he li.w no supoi lor l, Mil" f OSttSBACK IS-fnl IX'.ilor-i In t'ORIOICN" AND UO.MK.-iTU! Dl'.V GOODS WATCHRS, JKWET.KY, YANKEE ir., s'.i 'j Fr.mkhn nnildlnirs, Cenesve street, Syrncusi', X. V, Milliners aud Pwllcrs supplloil .it Now York Jobbing I'rlcosJ IH'Sl.VIOSS m; MA vw it. A'lTdUNI-.Y AS'li AT LAW. SIHM ..-n-it-r, (n.'i- S. .i tipli. I'.i.iill.'.v A Mori', Syr.u-usi-, X Y. illOUIl'lS A.'i'iil-. ta.-i-iiriKii.s wmiin-JAU: nr.u IN KdltKlliN AXII IKHII-BTIL' WI.NKS AXU Mnnnruel i ul' illHilir AITOKNEYS AND C'01'XSKU.UHS AT LAW, Uver Xortnii, Hnnllry Co.'s IlunKv.tn' Ston-, No. ti7 Siiinnt -I WJI. 1-oSTKII. Jjl'f iv 11. J. (Hi! ECcnlili-ky SyiMX-iii-c, N'Y. U. COATS, ATfOKSKY AND Cdlj'.NtlKI.LllR. Onitli, 9 WIKIIMI ReSUIiMiiv, IS (linruli SjTIlilHi', X. Y. %VM. V. ATl'dUXKY AXU AT LAW, In Miirhli. Iliill.tlnl.', X.'. S SulliKi street, j-'yrneiKi' Syuieilxo jyl 1C A. it A. 'I'. SJ11TI1, MI-'CHAXiCAI. AND bl'UliKON Olllco Nui. 1 nml i 1'iki- Illi'iik, Sviuinw, du-JSillv JO.SKPII ATTOK.N'KV ('01'XSKLI.UU AT LAW, So. 7 Wletini; rlnol, Syriu'iia.', X. Y. n22 JOllfi SUMiIVAN, I.'IIOIKIUK A.Vn IPKAIKK IV KDKKUIN AND IW.MKSTIC I'lliAKS, XIP, :'.0 WAUKHX STitvi-n-, I'oiu- DOOM UcltiwSI. Ulinrln-t liotel, Syi-aciiw, S. Y. i tn Ulli.lilo AMI JlhTAII. Inl.U.KKd I. I'ork, lleuf, Sincikeil Dairy Clioiw, jliiltir, Ijinl, Wooilen Wure, SSill, Oiler, 'I-'Unir, Feml, 51u.il, .Vc. Kori'lan nml Ilonicjitle. niul fiiiinors. 8 nlut 10 .Iiuneii stri't't. DAVIII I.KSIJK. (lit! iltr .loii.v Ju. T. IIOGAN, TAILOR, Wonlil inforni Iho iiilnilnmnls ofSynidisc Hint hi- bus imule .spiTinl nrriuigi'inents lor SCOUIIIXd, i'KKSSIN'd AXI) ItKI'AIKlXff (iEX'W CAUMENTS, In tin: manner, ul, XO. 18 JIOiVWOSlKUY r-TlirW, tllipoBUo the Slyora lilock, Wuero lie in prepiu-eJ to ree.elvi.' :iil entruvted lo IIM Cure. (JiittlnK nml ilone to order. (IS Mm r YOU WANT TO SUPPLY YOURSELVES H tnOOTH AND iSHOBB, TO TIIK SVIIACUSK BOOT AND SHOE STORE -i wrprrxG HI.OCK, Syinouso House. oGtltf TTEAtTM AND ECONOBIY. KAKMEKS, I.ABOP.liKS, And oviii-ybouy in want of Good, Hnme-Mudo, att'l'-Pi-oor BOOTS AND SHOES, OR T II B 1' A I. L X W I S I' S U S K A S 0 X S TRUKStlKM. WAI.I.ACK, Xo. 7 Fmuklin K. lioui'scc street, Tlic stninl forinorly ocouplcil teuton iiotilfiilly I'cqucHt of you an i-xtlimitation of tlio (p BEST AJi'D CHKAl'teal1 Stuck of Boo id iitid Hlioos t'vor ofl'iTcd to the retail Lnulo in wiisu, comprising Men's and HujV Duulilo Fruucli Uitl', Kip, Tliiclc and Kubbcr Ikkits Ijullcs' Cult', Gout tiitcl Morocco, Ijtou and Congrosn togothur with n lurgo varioci as-sortiuont, inuhuliuy cu'ury desirable Htylu aud allty of and (.JoiUleiucii's, uml Infant's DOOTSJ. SHOES AND 11UBIJKRS. Tli'isu gotuls tiro almost oxcUwively of ouv own inntuit'ac- turo, and vrnrmntoU nupenoi- in stylo mid quality to till uthcr.n iu tlie nuirket. Xotwitlistauding the largo advance lit tlw prlcu uL' LoalltC'i', aro still soiling at the I.OWM I'AMO IMUCK OK LAST WINTER, I'Vn- Cash Only. nut throw away tnonoy on woi'lhlopa goods, for a t filling advance you eau obtain an article wortu doubki the amouiiL Kvciy doHcriiillmi nf work nuulu lo onk'i-, in the most approved "tylef, at the lowest possible HoaK-rrf suppliud with artiolu of Mon's, Boyss: mil Youths' ICip iind Coarse tjoots, lAdiw' Lace and ItitoU, ot'our own in.innfautui'i1, at tlio lowest rates foreiwh. TllL'lwnKt.1, A WAI.UACK. Mo, 7 Franklin Bniliimg'-., dll dim iirncHw HH-fot, Syraonso. B OOTS AND SHOES, I.KATIIKR AXII u. STI r, K r, L s NO. 30 XOHT1I SAI.IXA STRKET, Vorhoe.s Hlock, (I'lii-nu'i-ly received f I K t Y T 11 0 U S A N I) 1) 0 I, I, A II S W (1 U T II HOOTS AND SIIOKS, Direct t'roin M tnuritettiror-ij Winch llioy aro prepan-d to sell I'l-oin 15 to pel- .-ent. tower than uny oilier e.-itahli.-ihitii'nt In etty. They linvo taken advalilugi- ol' Hie luird time- and bought I'or caill, i-on.seniieutly ran sell nt priei'-i Unit defy coinpotltion. Their coinpi-Ni-s in tho lino'ot' HOOTS, SIIOKS, I.KATIIEU AND KINIllN'fiS. They keep eonsluiilly on hand MIMW' Kip, lljiu'ij. Call' and I'.ilelit U'lilhcr Doolj, Of evury .-lyle nnd price. ljullcs' I'ninella. Foxed i'liiin, Conyre--: and Ijtce (J.dterb, Monu-eo, c.ilf, and KnaltlellL'tl Uoot.s. lie.skk-s of Hoys', Voutlis', and Childi-en's Work. They h.ivo received liuj-o nililitions to their ntotk of Sole, b-utlier, l-'i-ein-h C'lill' Skin.-i, Ivipd, and thini: In tlie lint1 Finding, which tliev olli-r ut vei v prlcw. They will sell yon t'O'id frusli work their own inannfiiiauro, and I'iislern work of the very hcsl unality, us loiv as you run buy old slock In any sioi-e in the city. Work-made to order and UoinomlHH- tho place, No. 30 Ximrit SAI.I.VA StiiKj-rr, _ili'10iltr______ Vorheet; liloi'k, (forinei-ly Knipli-e.) CIIE'l' IIAIll liusjusl relumed from Now York wilh a Urge nnd elegant assoi-lnienl of the latent, -lyle.-' ol KOoil.-i for CKNTLEJIEN'S WEAK. Which are now open for tho hi.-tpecllon of IIK old tiiistimici nnd such now onm iw clioo.se to make him n t.ill. lie tn do T A II, 0 R I X U U C S I X K S- S As iiiiiinl. and wnrrunts all t'.u menls of make to 111 to hair. >K3- Knlnuiiio to liu i-oom.s belwecn the nore.sof llopkhii i: Itao anil Tnibilell i: W.illnoe, Clcnesee slreet. Syrnfiite. di; dtf 0 TO IIK I'KW'FirATKII? Dohiitc between W. G. Uruwiiluw and llev A. I'ryne. Koi- .sale by n'l If Tll.fl'ir.It K I..VW11KXC1' THE SOdA-lHilS, or and one irranil Aiilliseiilont-i, t'haradus. Tnbloaiix. (inline, .vi'., bv aillhor of the "Magician's Own with IHnpua- Uotis. Diurlws, nil low, or rwull. Clivap nnd Iloanls Ganies of Fashion und K.inihm. only 37 i-pnts. Yankee Notioiui, Cania, Ac. For .-.-ilo ut Dec. I. 7 I-iiaH.'eiiraeu arset. 0 CITY NOTICES. OKTUK TIUCASHRKU AND TAX HKO.IVKR. SvitAir-K, IfcccMulier ISUi, I'.iV VdlJli Xutn'i- is huroby given Uvat ItnlN Omiity Cur lliu i.f city SyrttutisiOt for tla- yrur with Lhu wnrmntH nf tlio Supi'i vlsurs uttacht'it, liavf been placed in inv hands lur nih.-i-tluii, [HT-inns nanu'd tlici fin :in? in ji.iy UK- nt my oillt-o, In (lie Ully Mall, tlio ainoiiut nf thc-lr nr bcrnrc llu- (Irht day iir February k'. Alvi, fir tin1 ilin'o weeks Uillowlnu the date Or this uutk-i'', t.ny nuty pay or then- County and Pluto Inxos, by one per cent, fuiw thtrwn tlio cx- pinniiin of Uu- tlmi> afoirwild, three per cent. fi'M will be added unit rMlocti'd, In tho llrst dav iilU-r which rcnminiiiy unpaid will ho phicixl' hi the hands of an nniror dulv nuthorizuil to collect tliu as requii'cd liy llu- ulmrtur. HORACK U1IKATON, Treasurer and Tux Receiver. CJ.KKIC'S OFFICE, SyracuRo, Nov. IWu No. y. is bori-by Hint tho amwmont rull for liag stono sidewalk on Hit) west sidy of Ailinn htreut, from tho Olobu llulldinga tu Onondaya M root, IKLS becu loft wilh the Treasurer and Tax ttiTi'ivur_ fur collection, tn whom every ncraon, or nmy jiay his, hnr nr their for sixty days from the date of this notice, follows Jf'or ti-n days uitjiuul Iro for ton days thereafter at one pur cunt for twonly days succeeding at Lbreo cent; and for tlm rtMiiiiininj.; twenty days at live percent fee If any sucli t'eiiuiin unimid at the cxplnitioit of the time nhoyc mentioned, tlu-y bo collected as provided in' tlic itevised (Jiartor. "ii'-l) JAMlv-i S. CIir.LliSl'lK, Cluik. Cri'Y OFFICK, SVRAWW, NOV. inaglny Stone Sidewalk mi tho we.st .iido of Halnui Direct from the (ilobo Huildings tu is huroby Riven that the aa- roll for tlm abovo mentioned improvement has Imon Hied in this oflicu, and will remain open subject to inspection fur ten da.vs finm the ilutc of this notice, during whiiih timu ;iny person may the Tho As- sensors will meet at. ihis ortlco on Tuesduy, the 16th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M. to heur any objectioiiH I'D said ussetis- iiKuit-j and tho if neuesf-arv ;nfitf JAMFX P. GITJ.EHT'TE, Olrrk. TTY Ol.-BIUCS OFFICE, SYUACUSB, Nov. 5th J OK L'rrv is hproliy un, that all ncivauts to rccoivo the attention'of this Hoard, together with the proper vouchers fur same, must be lull with City Ulcrk on or before tho 16th inst. tlv (if the Woftrcl, HJ tf JAMES S. GIUJSJME, Clerk. YOUXG LADY who has had conside- r.iblo oxpcrjpnco IIR iv JDUESS MjVKEll in this city, is doslrnus of witli some 1'nniily going South, this wittier. 1'leoiiL' udcU-eas STELLA, Syiaciiso P. 0. o25dtf CITTLDREX, wiUimU parents, tho buy, 9 years of ngo, tiiul tho othar a Iittlo girl of 7, mny be adopted by auy rospectublo family with, out cliildrou. A list tor loft ut Llie addressed to I'UILO, will receive prompt atlontion. oSOdtl u Cash Capital o( JL from to S10GO, 111 a lucnitivo business in this city, u'liluli is now paying twenty-live per cent. Addreas Box 080, Syi-ftcuso VostOtllco. fcblSdtf A iiitldlo-nged colored woman, well ac- quainted with general liouae-work, can hear of a gond.-iitiiaLion, on ndcln -ssiiig "R. Fuyuttevillc. [o25dtf TTr FCj a THE TJ. S. AKIVIY. YV AD .13-BODIKD MEN, To whom will bo I jivon GOOD PAY, BOAK11, CLO- THING unq MEDICAL ATTENDANCK. I'.ty from Sll to 8'22 per month. None but goodfl nud sobur monr 5 t'cct U inches high, will bo ac-B copied.1 Apply at No. 00 West Wntor street. A. WINDER, ]stLt. 3d Artillery, Syracuse, Dec. 1, 1358. dtf Recruiting Officer. CHINA .VOW OPENING- AT CHINA oo. 10 SOUTH SAIJXA STRKCT, s OUR FALL TarFORTATIONS, ifnkiug our Stock l.AKUK, FUlJj AND COMPLETE' [n all its uepurtincnta. Our importations ofj] CROCKERY Arc from the best manufactories iu Europe. Oufjj Ji.ias Ware, BriUamn, Planished iind Plated Ware, Table Cutlery, Lamps, C3as Fixtures, ate., Are from Uie best manufactories in America, enabling ns to sell our customers Hie best quality of goods at the pogrilblo We have also a largo stock of LAMPS, The KKROSBNE LAMP, the most popular Lamp- of the times, a great variety of styles. "Wo arc selling the Kerosene Oil, and shall bo constantly supplied. GAS FITTING 'AND FIXTURES.' "Wo nro the only Agents in this city of tho Caa yixtiiros of Coinclms Baker, We arc prepiircjil to run Gas Pipe into Dwellings, Stores, Churches, by competent workmen. Also, lo alter over old TAinps to Kerosene or Fluid. Gss Fixtures renewed in Gtlt or Erony.0j ut short notice. FLUID GAS FIXTURES. A well selected stock for tho Loveless and srncc, patent burners. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. In this department we cannot be excelled. The public are respectfully invited to cull and examine or themselves. u29dtap21 S. P. PIERCE CO MILLINERY. MRS. COOK, NO. 27 FAYETTE STREET, Will ho ready to see the Ladies on FRIDAY, 12th init., at which tune siie will display her rich stock of MILLINERY. Also, fjice Voils, Cliantilla Laco, French Work, Bridal Flowers, kc., AND E1EGANT MILMBfERY. MRS. CRI1TENDEN Has just i-otiirnod fi-om New York with a large and elegant assortment or MILLINERY GOODS, Or UK' uuif.1, Fashionable Patterns and Finest Quality. The Full .Styles nro pronounced by tho Ladies very hocom ing, and Sirs. CriUeiulen's goods are greutly admired by all who see them. Thoy will ho 011011 for inspection on THURSDAY, Nov. 4, iind jjulies aro respectfully invited to call and examine the o80 d2m GROCERIES. HAVE JTIST RECEIVED, anil offer to th VV trade, 400 bbla. Coffee Sugars, 150 do Crushed Powdered do., 1W> hhds. Mnscoyado and K do.. 200 half chest Y II Ten, do. Old Hyson, Ouu Powder and Imperial 100 do. Oolong, Souchong and English Breakfast do., .500 boxes M H and fjiyor Kaisius, 150 bbls. Syrups, different qualities, qtls. Grand and Geo Bank Codllsh, JOO bbls. No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel, 50 boxes Poittcli 400 do. No. 1 and 300 ilo. No. 1 aud Tale Soap, '200 Hio, and Marncabo Coll'ne, 100 butt.- f'uvondUli Tobacco, Brooms. JAYCOX GREEN, Wholesale Grocers, ii-2li il2m 07 North Sahna street. 1VAJ. L E 0 rf JR., JL Doalor inj PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, FOREIGN7 AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, Green and Third, in groat vQnoliop? Aiul cvGiTtliing iu tins'line of business. Having my location from N'o. 7 Franklin Buildings, lo NO. flD EAST GKXKSIX Sl'REET, Courier EutkUngs, fora more capacious store, and purchasing till mv guodH fur cnsh, I am jirpparnd UVeull any article in my lint1 ol" trade clioitper thnti can be bought elsewhere. I Miuly tu plenso, uutl my motto is Quick Siiloa and Small Profits, filve me ti call. IITER SMITH, JH., (It Nu. 50 K (iciitricc stroelj Dnir'.er Buildings, LFKEJD TITjY, wilh W. K. Fornoroy Co, PLUMBER, CAS AND STEAM FITTER, NO. TO KAST GliN'ISEE STREET, Syracuse, X. Y. Pninln, Ualh Tnbd, AS'ator Closcls, IValer Basins, Uhattdo- lierd, Brackets, Pendants, N. promptly and iieally cxconlcd on the most reasonable toruis. Work also done at reasonable rates for norsons preferring to f urmsti their own matoriale. ta20 d3m WIN'TF-U LAKESKOHR MICHIGAN SOITMEKX KAIl.RO.UJ LINK roimiuK a ilifurt ;xnil tfipediiinu-i route f-'tJin MAUABA KAI.I.S, UUKKAU) AND WXKWK, To Clevrlunil, Columbus, Cluciiiimli. Tuk-do. Mil- waukee, G.thMia, Hock Ihibi-tjia St. 1'iml, Miuli-svii, Culio, Si- l.ouih.uml poiiiiH in the iuul SouUiwu'-t UuUl further notice, Tiams uill ICHVO Hud'-ilo, fumi lix- ulmiige htroi't IVjn.l, as follows, (Sumlajh WKKTllU.V hXPltte'S J1AM.. 11.10 A. Arrives at Ihmkirk 1.-U) r. ir., Kru- 1 5 i' M Gluvuliuul l.'M 31.. (.supper.) To- I It-do (vin .Hyiic) VJ.3U A a., 11 30 A. a., ronnreting with Lnuiis'ut Uncago fur tlie Wuat, N'urth awl South. ACCOMMODATION AHI) EJIKflUXr. 4.00 i1. Arrives nt Dunkirk ti.Sfl i1. M., JSnu fl P. M., Ulcvelntul 0.00 i. M.. Toledo 3, IS p. M., connecting Night Mail Train leaving Tuk'tiu tit A. M. N1UI1T lIJU'liKSF-. M An PS ul Dunkirk 4.40 .1. M Ki iu fi 50 .1. .M. Clt'veliuul 11.00 A. M., (dine.) Tolcilo 4. 3S r. M., and Chicago 4.30 A M., con- necting ivilh morning trains frnin Chicago In' all UIG various lines. Tlio itbuvG trains connect at Clevoliiud fur Columbus Springflold, Hiiylon, Jmiuuuipolis, Cincinnati, and all points South, leaving Clovoland us follows Via Columbus, uL 13.30 A. M. anil S.10 i1. it Viu Clyilo and Dayton, at 11.40 A. si. ;uul S.OO p. it. Accommodation Trains Iciivfi Cleveland for Fandusky tit 4.30 r. si. Returning loaves Ftmiltisky 7.00 A. M. ami ar- rives at Cleveland 11.10 A, M., connecting with Itnil Train for tlu; ICast. ConnuctioiiK arc also made at Toledo with UIG TOLEDO, WATUSII AKI) WESTERN RAILROAD, Tor Foil Wnync, Wabaph, Turn, transport.. Fayotte, Springfield and St. Louis, leaving Toledo at 1.15 A. M. and 0.00 p. M JJ3T1 Baggage Chocked Through to Cincinnati, Toledo, Chicago, tsl. Louis, Milwaukee, and all principal points West and Southwest. Through Tickuts by this route can bo obtained at all the principal Ticlcot Olllces in the United States, -inri in Buflalo, nt the Company's Ticket Oftico, Exchange street Depot. Also, nl iho Genenil Union Ticket Oflico, K ICx- WM. E. BARK, General Agent, Bnflhlo. SAV1SGO SVUACfSK I WINTI-.R AI'.HAN'IU-.IIK.NTS YORK CEMTRAt 1> WINTER Coinnioiicing Monday, November 29, 1S38 GOING SYRACUSE: 3.55 A. ExpreFS stops at Chittonango and and Rome. 7.30 A. Mail stops at all stations. 11.35 A. and Now York Express stops lit Cbit- tenango nnd Koine. 3.10 p. and Albany AccommodntUm stops nt all GOING SYRACUSE 5.15 A. Road) Now York ilail stops at Clytie and Fiiirport. 7.00 A. Koad) Accoramcc'muon stops nt all stations. 7.20 A. Road) Distributing Mail stops at nil stations. 2.15 p. Road) Albany nnd Bnfl'ato Express: stops at all stations. 2.40 i1. Road) Albany and BuO'alo Express stops at all stations. S.35 P. Roail) New York Express stops nt Jordan, Port Byron. Clyde, Lyons, Newark, Palmyra and Fail-port. 8.40 p. Road) Distributing Mai! slops at all stations. 10.00 p. Road) Emigrant: slops at Warner's. Canton, "Weodsport nnd Savannah. The only trains going East on Simdny, leave Syracuse at 3.55A.M. Tho only trains going West on Sundny, leave Syracuse at 5.1ft A. M. and 10.00 M. Tho 6.15 A. M. train will not run on Monday mornings. C. VIBBARD, General Superintendent. Syracuse, Nov. 1S58. 1858-9. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1858-0. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, VIA SUSPENSION BRIDGE TO TORONTO, DETROIT, Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Rock Island, Burllng- ton, St. Paul, Galena, Dubuqiio, Cairo, Qiiincy, Madison, Fond du Lac, and all points in tho WEST AND SOUTHWEST. Trains leave tho Suspension Bridge as Sundnvs excoptod ACCOMMODATION. 0.30 A. at Hamilton A. M., Toronto 11.35 A. M. DAV EXPHEfcS. at Hamilton at 1.35 M., Toronto p. M., Detroit 10.10 M. Chi- cago 11.15 A. M. connecting -with all lines West, North and South. ACCOMMODATION. 3.45 p. at Hamilton 5.45 p. M., Toronto S.40 p. M., London 9.30 p. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. S.loV at Detroit at J.30 p. K., (dinner 1 Chicago at A. M. connecting with nil lines us above. Trains Icavo Toronto "or Hamilton 7.40 A. 31. 12.20 and 4.16 r. M. Trains leave Detroit via Detroit and Milwaukee Rail- way, as follows For Ht. Johns, S.OO and 3.00P.M.- for Grand Haven and Milwaukee, 10.45 p. M. JUS" Through Tickets for all points West nnd Southwest can ho obtained at tho Ticket Olflco of tho New York Cen- tral Depot, El 10 street, and of Milton Randall, Agent, Uuion Office, No. 17 Exchange street, Buffalo. JULIUS MOV1US, 0. J. BRYDGES, Gon'l N. Y. Managing Director, Hamilton, C. W dtf WINTI-.R AUKAN'Ul-.llF.NTS Un au.l .liter .M.ni.ln) Xuv ai ISjj It Mill 11111 -1- U.IU J, follows i -J, I.KAVK (frWMil) .I.M.I il ".SO .i. M suiiiji'iij: at all i-.mn.M-linv- -it wtlh Train.-, l-'.u-l .u.d .--l. Syr.u-ur.1.- with 'I'l-unih nlul .J.OI) and Fieiuhl Train -lopping at 1 ion, ijiiiLi.nr-j iuid ronni-i-t MI; u SyrnciLse with Tr.on? i'ni.-l nnd V.'i'St. I.KAVK SYRAITSK: 7.-JO and !'n ,u Llatilu uisville. ami ,1. 0.30 j .v ['rm-.vi.ju-i tnul Fn-ichl T.ani m L-iin.mni's and I'ullon. 4.45 1-. at ,ill (iUI. SKIS'XKH, Hupmi.tond.nl Oswego. Nov. 20, 1S5S. A1 KVl' ST SYRACUSE, AIVD K V K K O A u IM v.: irvivv-iv On niu! artcr Mmitlnj, nficeinbor C, IS.'y, Tmins will i uti rnllnrt- (Sundays I.C.VVR SYIUC'USK 9.40 A si with UIP pn-ss Trains on tho Xov-York and fin Now Turk anil [itiffalo. 4.10 p. J-jcpress connpcting witl] tlio Trains on the New York and Kriu Koiui. aiul Wost. LEAVE DIKGIUIITO.V 7.10 A, ExprL'SS (.-onnoctmi; with the Snlkiln and York Express on tlio O'li- G.20 KxproHs on the arrival of Trams from Xi-w York ncid llurtalo. coniwtlnn; with tlio Trains Kmt nml on tho X. Y. C. Through Tirkots to Klulirn, k? limy bo pro- cured at tlio olUco of llio Uniti'd ftntca Kxpn'w. Sintli Piihua stroot, nml at tho Ticket r.llicc, corner of Quondam aiirl Clinton strut'ts. 'jCdawtf .T. M. SrHKltMIiMIORN', Pi-i-iulolil. HOTELS. GGODRICH'S HOTEL, X. GOODRICH, Prtiprlclor, Corner Kiiyette and Clinton sti o.ots, Syracuse, X. r! HOUSE, (On tho Europer-n Plan.) N'o. 20 E.1SI Kailroml street, Opposite the Granger Block, Syracuse, N. Y. WARM HEALS AT ALL HOUES. P. HARVEY, Proprietor. 1110 KEVENUE HOUSE, OSWEGO, X. Y. This now first class Hotel is now open for tho reception of guests. Its location is central, anil directly opposite the Railroad Depot. Rooms are large, and furniture, us wcllas house, entirely new. Hot and cold baths can be had at all hours. The Hotel will be kept on both tho European and Ameri- oan S. W. LUSE, Proprietor. Oswego, July 30, 1S5S. au12 dlf HOUSE, -Ll (Kormerly Union NO. 20 EAST FAYETTE STREET, Between Warren and Montgomery streets SYRACUSE. The undersigned would respectfully announce to his friends and tho public at large, that" he has leased the above lumed House for a term of years, rc-modcled and re-fnmisheil the same, second to none in the city, for com- fort, safety andjConvonienco. Every attention will be paid to those who may favor me with a call. Good barns are attached to the premises. J. C. Syracuse, Nov. 2218BS. davrtf QT. LOUIS AND KANSAS. WABASH AND GEEAT WESTERN E.E. LINE. Tho most direct, ploasant and quickest route fi oni tho EASTERN STATES, To FortWayno, Lafayette, Logansport, Dccatur, Spimg- liold, Naples, Indianapolis, Pi.oria, Alton, Louisville, Bloomington, ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS. Express Trains loavo Union Depot, Toledo, immediately on arrival of Trains from theEast, and run directly through without any delay, except stvfllcieni time for Meais. Direct connections aro made At Fort Columbia, Plymouth and Chicago. At Peru, for Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville. At Lafayette, for New Albany, Torre Haute, Vmccmics and Evansville. FACT! Two loss changes by this Route than by others, and So miles in distance saved 1 READ! Do not be deceived by Bills :of other Lines, recommend- ing inferior and very much longer routes, hut secure pas- sage by this well-built and equipped line. It Is owned and controlled by Eastern Railroad is run with avicw to please the traveler and safely. All changes are made at Utnou Depots, and Baggage is chocked through and no charge for handling. Shippers of Freight will flnd thib line unrivalled for dispatch. TRY THIS ROUTE I Call for Tickets via Toledo, Wabash and Great West- ern Route. US- Through Tickets can be procured of all tho Railroad and Steamboat Ofllces in tho Eastern States and Canadas G. W. BARTLETT, GEO. R. WEED dl4 General Ticket Agent. General Eastern Agent, On the corner of Park Kow and Bookman street Opposite City Hall and Park Fountain, SEW YORK This Hotol is conducted on tho European Plan for the ac- commouatton of both Ladies and Gentlemen. 1'HICKS FOR ROOMS JIS FOLLOWS Room for one person, 50 cents per day Gentleman and Lady, 00 per day. Adjoining the Ladies' Parlor is A PRIVATE RESTAURANT For Gentlemen and Ladies, where Heals will be furnished at all hours, guests paying for only what they order v LLBBY, WHITNEY CO. Beware of a house in Greenwich street, called Lovejov's House, which is represented by hackmen and runners" to be ,1 branch of this house, itlinring no connection what- ver with that honpe. JOIEST COOK SOBfS' COFFEE HOUSE, Corner Washington and Warren strcoU, East end of R. R. Depot, Syracuse. X. Y. This Hotel, long and favorably known, is kept ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Wilh Barn, and sufficient accommodations for the countrv travel. This is the only Hotel in tile city where guests can be accommodated witb Meals at all hours of tho day. BUSIES' DINEfG ROOM, Separate from Gent's. Ladles and Gents will flndthis ver" convenient. The proprietors of this House roturn to their patrons their thanks for former patronage, and solicit a continu- ance of the same. JOHN L. COOK, JOHN L. COOK, JR. "la dtr AUSTIN D. COOK. TjlAYETTE JC S. D. POMEROY, Propnetor, No. 6 East Fayetto street, SYRACUSE This well known House is located in tbo central part of the oity, JUKI only six rods from the Now York Central Railroad Depot. The piopnetor of the Fayuttc House takes this opportu- nity to thank his friends and tho public for their patronage hitherto, and solicits a continuance of tho feels safe in guaranteeing satisfaction to all who may stop at bis Large, commodious, well ventilated and well-furnished rooms, and a good table, are characteristics of tho Favette House, accompanied by moderate charges. Board SI ner day. L Mr. L. BARNUM is retained as Assistant, whoso reputa- tion for politeness and attention to guests is well established Tho Stables attached to the Fayotte Honso premises aro targe and convenient, and second to none in the city The Stages from Tnlly Valley, Onondaga Hollow'u'nd On- onclaga Hill, stop here, and passengers bo dulv in formed of the time of Iheir depai turc. s. D. POMEROY. 1S5S-50. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1858-69 BUFFALO LAKE 1IURON RAILWAY, FOR DETROIT, CHICAGO, AND ALL POINTS WEST. Trains leave Buffalo daily, (Sundays excopted from Erie street Depot, on New York time, as follows CHICAGO KXPREtd. 3.05 A ;i at Paris 6.52 A.M., London 8.42 i M Dclroitl.30 p. M., and arrives at Chicago at 4.00 A.M., connecting with all lines West, North and South. All through trains connect at Detroit witb Detroit and Milwaukee Railway. ACCOMMODATION. 0.30 A. Paris and at Paris at 10.30 A. M., London atl.OO p. M. CHICAGO EXPRESS. 12.00 at Paris p. M. London 5 "5 p M Detroit 10.15 P. M., Chicago at 11.15 A. M. connecting with all line-i West, North and South. 12.00 Stratford and at Stratford at 5.25 P. M., Godcrich at 7.55 p. M. Trains arrive at on Xew York time as follows 5 00 A. M., 1.50 and 9.30 p. M. j8S" Through Tickets and all informalion can be obtained at 37 Exchange sti oot, and at the Erie street Depot J. MACKIRDY, President JOHN McKIERXAN, Gjjneial Ticket Agent, Buffalo November dl4 dtf WATEK.TOWN, ROME AND CAPE VINCENT R H WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and after Monday, November 29th, 185S, until fur- ther notice, Trains on this Road will run as follows, (Bun- days GOING NORTH. Leave Rome, No. 1..............S.OO A. M. Mail '-..............8.10 A. M., Freight. 3..............7.10 p. M. Express. Connecting lit Walcrtown with Potsdam imd Watcrtowu Railway, and at Cupe Vincent wilh Ferry Boat for Kings- ton C. 'W., and Grand Trunk Railway. RETURNING. Loavo Cupc Vincent.............7.20 A. Express. .............7.25 A. jr., Freight. .............2.30 p. Leave Watortown...............8.30 A. M-, Express. ...............9.25 A. M., Freight. ...............3.45 p. x. .Mail. Connecting at Rome with Sew York Central Railwav CARLOS DUTTON, Su BRIMTBfAM.'S HOTEL, Eight rods South Central Railroad Denot SYRACUSE. General Stage and Omnibus Depot for the places named below and immediate stalions: ARRIVALS AXD DEPARTURES. Arrive from DcRuylcr, Cazonovio, Delphi, Oran, Manilla and Fayettcvillo at 10.30 A. M. Leave Brintnall's Hotel at 3 o'clock p. M. for the same places. Arrive from Mexico, Pulaski, Central Square, Broworton and Cicero at 10.30 A. a. Leave Brintnall's Hotel at 3 o'clock p. M. for same places. t Arrive from Pbosnix, Three Sivcr Point and New Bridge by Steamboat and Omnibus, at 10 o'clock A M Leave Brintnall's Hotel at S o'clock p. M. for same places. Arrive from Bridgeport at 10.30 A. ir. Leave at S o'clock P. M. for same place. The Proprietors of Brtatnall's Hotel take this opportunity to thank tbeir numerous patrons fot their liberal patrouaKe heretofore, and solicit a continuance of the same Audio others, we say, Try us." .SS- Porters to convey Baggage to and from Cars and Onmibns, free. All packages or bundles for Omnibus or Delivery, will receive our prompt attention, if loft in our care w- G- SPRASDE k CO., J5'1' lltr Proprietors Brintnall's Hotel. T IBBY HOUSE, (LITE YCIOTTS, JLJ Xos. 64, 50 and 68 Warren street. NEW YORK. Proprietor, IRA A. LIBBY, Lite Clark, Libby Co., Merchants. This House, 30 well and favorably known as the Wvck- is pleasantly and conveniently located in Warren street, and but a few stops from the front entrance to the Hudson River Railroad Depot. It has been greatly boautifled and improved, under the direction of the new proprietor, who has rendered it one ot the most attractive, as well as tho most convenient first class COMMERCIAL HOUSE In New York, being in the verv heart of the Business Quar- ter of the city, and convenient to all tho Steamboat Land- ings and Railroad Dopots.. Travelers arriving by the Hudson Elver Railroad will please hand iu their checks for baggage lo the Clerk in the oflice, who will immediately send a porter for it. Carriages will at all times bo in attendance to convev guests of the Mouse to any part of tho city. The new proprietor is determined that "the old and well established reputation of the Wyckoff" shall not suffer in his hands, and he pledges himself to pay particular at- tention to the comfort and safety of his patrons The TABLE will at all times be supplied with tho best the market alVords, and in this respect, tho Libby House shall not be surpassed by any in New York. H. BKC.-K, Oflice Clerk with the former Proprietors, will remain with him, and will be happy to see his old friends Now York, March n23 dtf BOOK MJNBKRV.-Thc snbscriuer, flaring purchased the extensive BOOK BINDERY of L W HALL, and removed the stock and fixtures to NO. 1 FRANKLIN BUILDINGS, are now prepared to execute all work In their line with neatness and dispatch. Mr. MILLER was recently connected with one of the largest Bmderhs in New York, will rule Books to patteren.plainorfsncy, and bind the same in the moat workman like manner. UJUBL Mr. WHITTEMORJ5 has long been known to Svracuse- ans as a reliable and skilful wfrkman. They are now prepared to execute all kinds of Book- binding, as Magazines, Blank Books; Shelf Boxes, 4c. In the best and cheapest nanner, and on the shortest notloe-L. WHITTEMORE, J. TABKIJ HOU'LAXD'S IB tl.o pfci.-i. when- uhii-li i-.innn. 4 II I'll lll.ll II', ..K tMit ;ni.'..tn aivi a M. iiUiU'Mi i litiv iviiiir in .n.'iy ivsia.-i. AN.. f t.- any -nit .'I' T A'B E11 II 0 W L A N 1V s Is the place where tor -Tinling away in l.Mteis to TAT3EK HOW LAND'S m TEAS. II1AVK a v.-ry lii-g. and 
                            

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