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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 7, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL, ELY COURIER- "3 BY IX J. HALSTED CO. SYRACUSE, FRIDA.Y, OENTRALM10URIER, ,Um.MlH' MOBSISU, BY D. J. KAUWK3 00. SI KXCHTTD) UN0.1IMUA I TMIMH OF TflK Y tOUKIKH Mall. country M by tin1 liioucy.' .....rBUSINESB CARDS. H. .WHIGHT, OESFRAI (Oll.rt'IOB, X... '.i Itii-tiibU- Uluck, Svriicn-'u dll dlf JOHN C. HUNT, ATl'tUlNKY AND COUNSELLOR AT nil tf Curlntlitan Hall, Syracuw, XV %V. LAW -bmCK, dtf Bantablti Block, fyra a. TH. BAKKK, PAINTER, UtsTAiiui BLOCK, ROOM No SO J ,il Block Utti'rl sras. a, M. So.- 87 WasUiliKtoll street. Formerly Miss Sarah P. Blloy. MOX.IAY GKAT, 'ATTOHXEYS AND COUNSKI.TORS AT LAW No, Oranger Block, Syrai-uaii, N V J4 itlf. __________ M. Vf. tOCKK, I.ASU OFFICK, HOVSE AOENCY ASH I OFFICK, No. 1-osloltko Syracuse, N. Y. 04 dtf -unirnVr of awl llreon, d3dU TOT. H. PHYSICIAN. AND SURGEOS, Xo. 5 Convention Hull. Vorlli-nliir allonlloii I" >ws "t tin b e and >J" .Itf _ _ ._____ M liiiirni'luryrii iuid Dtiiters Iu TIIHACCO, SSUKV ASP CKiAltS, Blno Store; 41'West Water .altetl, dlldlf S'JT. STORK, BY ORMSBY At riioli'Halo llonlefa in FOHEK1X AND HOMIMflC WISfeS ASD I.KH'OH :jli Fkiiitli Silliia street, ,111 dir SymciiM S, (IHS-KKAl, HOUBB AND KffAfK AIH.NCY Ki-nl f.ir WhfdiT and Wilson's Sowlni; Mat him- Mai 1m Sllldilug done to onli'r. i Offlco :i OmviMillnii Block, noncsco street, Syracuse, N Y CJCIWHAI. CITV NO. 2 COLLINS BLOCK. l-i.r tlio Sulii and Routing of Ti-iii-meuts and Unds n.llel of ailms, PwtluK "f Books In ixnible anil Kn try, aud General Inti'lllgi'ncu Oillco. Good ri-torencoalvcn. Olvo us a cull. U iroHllH Blocl, iltl dlf M. 11. CHURCH, wiiotnMu: ANII HKrAiL I MlHIRTKll UIGA1IS, TOBACCO, FANCY PIPES WHACCf llOXra, CUJAK OAOrS, So Sn. U Siliim stn-i'l. Hyracuse, tf. Y 1C. F. THOWBHIDOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "t U. S. Court of tldllus nisi, loi itale of Iowa, and Solicitor for Pensions Bounty Lauds aud other claims tho United States, land Warrants bought, solil or Oillco oil CuV'CtaiwiK street, Cl'TCMFPK "AXI) I'ROVWION'S, No 70 KMI atrcH Syracuse1, N. Y I'l.il. Tiiiwil Bi'i'f, Ilaiiw, SlunlliloM, Butter, Ur Flour. Fiml and lAioseSall. dlldlf HICK BARNKS. WhuU-ialc> and Ki'lllil IXvttr'.s 111 CAN AXD SHKII At lln'ii- Otslcr Hit' Riiilroail'llopot, Waritu stieet.SvTuuLW Hotels, Scr.. .supplliHl on ihort nulli e A frcH M. UIB1UIK, IK.S ASfl I'ROVISIOSS, fur. Mulberry and Madl.siHi Syriiciise, N. Y. A roii'ijiii snpi'lyofSalt Pork. KUnir.l'eris titid Wlnw mill ftlway uii li.ui.l, ill tlie IOWI-H market iirici dlO d3m OKO. ANlSttK'Wa, aiul Dealer in IIS AND oiuM, rorVinpc, Twiuu, Flsli, Kriiit, Nun. Ktv, Sunlli Kalliia Ht Sail ll. iiaid nil l.iiula ,if I'rndiiro. illl MERCHANT T.UI.OH, i.uri.i'i' i.l'Atliua and (Ovi-r IValiT i, n.HTIIKS, I.-ASSIMKIKS AND wulillui; a ijarinoiit cut to lit wltlinu would ilii Wi-ll tu vail, he ha.s no silpi'rli n line. dlu BHKWMTKK, and Ketall IValcru In KOHKUJN AVD nOMEf-TIt; DRY GOODS WATCHFS. JKWKI.UV, VANKEK. NOTIONS, Franklin Buildings, nlresl, tf Merchattu, .Mll'iiicrj and .IVdkTS York Jobbing PrkM) at Km dldtr AVBAVBB, Ar N'OHTII HTHxirr, Hi mil'1) Co 'i Uardwai rucilii .N Y vo UQUOKS, of Uiirkeiv's ctiU'liralfil' BITTERS fin Itulii'rl ouN Old hi iilurk> M lii'nt WhHkin .Vc X V 1118 dlf COATS, ATTOHN'rV AXn OK Umiit. WtBjein Bislileuiie, IS Church at. MV nu N Y _ Mon CITY NOTICES. OFFICK OF THK TREASUHKlt AVll TAX HKUmTB, HcclimberliiHi, 1868 i IHY 10UK Xotlco fe hereto} given ttial ttic laxltolls for for tile1 neutral ,jf the llv of memo, foi the tar 1958, itli Hie arrauui of tho attathcd, liicu uu hands Ini tolieclioil, null all pbrsDUi. uaincd llivi elu UK reciuircd Ir, mi ul in) i, nice, In Hie Gil) Hull, thuamouul ul Uieh t on or before the flrHt du> foi the thrtw weeks followlni; Hit date of llift iwtlcn, uut neriioi] inuy hci or tlinir and btalu ing oui cent f, M thpreon after IhtMox piratioii tlmti three com fues nlll lie cntlfn.u-11, up to-thelurst day of fcbrtiarj aftui which tho laxctircinaliilflKi iitifntidtwlll be placoil In thu halidit nf an ofni'or duly autlioriaad to collect the Mine, as by tbe clutter I J1ORAO; WIIKAION, i i i iTreuuror and TaxBwelvur. POHTWK A. ANTi 1.01W M LAW, lnu, llratlli'y 'i Ifiuilvtu STXnrlh ftillirt '.tiw I t-tiaciu Jsllf WM. v. munrjr, AI'lUKMiV AND COUNsSIIOH AT I AW, in Mm bli' Bullilfnfr Oppwllu Si rw n 1 It U. A. T. MH1UMCAI ANIl Sl'Rt.rON Klllcc H and '1 Ulwk w. tooans, ATlimXKV AN1> tOlNsEIIOK AF UVW, So 7 Willing I Inm V Y JOHN ttitorwm JIMI HRTiii i  Blot k, Where lie la prepared lo rei o all 01 mil i uilfil In 4VOlltlng and Making done lo order ,18 9 rOV WANT TO VOUBSBIiVKS WITH (BOOTS AND SHOES 1O 1Mb muuusc BOUT >VND .SUOK STORE P1.OCK., Opposite 51oiije YTBAUni .AND flRMFRS, LABOBERS tnd (.vcivbmlj in watt! nft.oo 1, Home i 'BOOTo VXQ SHOEd. >IIH TBF rALI ASD CITY CUtRK'B OKBVCK, SyractiM, Nov; 19th 1U8 No-i is herebi glveuithal tlief roll for Hag stone sidewalk on wnat   ilm' meutlnnod, Illov w ill Iw collected at prDVldi'd bv 'li. Kcv Knl rliarli-i1 IAMF3 (ill.lJCSl'lK, Clflk CITY OFKICE, gnuctin, N'ov No. Stone Sidewalk on llu> sldo of Saliua si rent from the Globe Buildings lo Ouondaira sll eel Is hcrub) given that us sessmmt roll f.n this abot e niotilUmcil Itnprovanont'has bei'ii Illetl In Huh nfleo, and Mill nmnm open subject to iiisiwctlon for ten days from the dale of this vililch timtv nn> As scHwi-. will imtf.1 at this affta on Tueftday j the 16th tost, it 10 o'clock A K to to -and ame- liieul, mill rori saini if meesaary lib tf TAMES 3 K1LLESPIE, Clerk C1TV CLERK'S OJTIC'E, Not 5tll or (iti is hereby giv en, Hint all accounts In rvcelv P ithe attention of this Bnuril, together with tho proiwr fin bti left vv itli tho City Clerk nn tir before the 15th inst Rv uidol of the Board JAMRJ S. GIU.raPIE. Clork DADORERH 1VANTBD I Immediately on Public Works Appl; to office No 4 Bantable 300 Arcade lf b Syracuse, Dec 28th, IMS illf P A. KING THK B. S..AHM1I-, ABLE-BODIEDi HEN, To wltoroiwill bejglven HOOD PAY, BOARD, CLO THIHO'and MEDICAL ATTKNDANCt Pay ftom 111 lo per month r iNone but >il feet 6 inchm blgb, will be ar I Applvl at No 80 West Wator street v land sober men ncepled "Applv Syracuse, ncc W AJWINDEB, i 1st M Ai Idler) till (HBcer CHINA HAI.I. r 1 'a SOW CHINA MALI, 1 )o 10 "OUTS' STKKT, otjR FALL TMPO.BTATIO'NS, llaknitf our Stock 1AHC.F, FULL ASr> COMPLETE; l r In all lt> Jrpurtniouts Our CROCKERYi, Are fi om ttte beat manufactories i' Oi Glasi Ware, UlUlj )v Plunbilieil and. Plated Mjlo Cutlery, La Lamps, etc tre from jllie best inanufactoi m ouabUng ns to soil flur ciwlomers qnnllly of goodi nt tho Irw w VU-, Vo 7 >ianklin Biillilingi, V Gonesco Tllo aland lui nisi il 01 Ullilwl b> McDougall, Fontnu 5. t o (licit of you an examination of the BEST AW) tHFAPKl' of Boots uud Slmrs oi offiTi d lo tin- lelall undo iu ruciine, comprising Hen's and Buss' Double f-olc l-renrli jll, Kill, tliltk and lltlbbn Btmts Udies' Calf, tiiat and Miiiocco, taw ami f ongrcss Boots, logoluer with a laigc uul varied as-'orlmoiit. Including cver> desirable stv lo and iuulll> of tuul lufaill'i HUOra AND RUBBERS Tliosc goods are almost exclusively of our ow u mauufac tun-, auil unriiinlcil 111 stjlc and qtialllv lo all others 111 the 'market. iNotwIthstamilttg.tlieilargC'advmice n tlie price 011 author wttiiro atill soiling ai the I OWMT' 1'ANft' I'UtelS' OK I AST WINTER, For (.'null Otil> IXi uot throw away >oiu money on worthless goods, when lor a irllllngatlvnneo jou can obtain an arilcln worth loublo Ihu itmotint Jtsf" Everydcscrlpllon of vvoik made lo order, in Iho nowt approved ut thu lowcul posftlblii llgures. Oealoia supplied with artlclo of Mcn'ji, Boys' nnd Yimllis' Kip uud UunHj Latllcd' nl our own the lowest rates 1 'I'HUlSDfLI, k WALLAW, Kn. 7 Kranklin UuiUlngs, r AMD SHOES, have also a large itock of 'I he most popular'Lamp of the times, a great variety of stylos We.are selling tlie Kerosene Oil. aud shall constantly auppBed t G tS F1TTINS AND MXTBBES arc the only Agents in this city of the celebrated Gas Fixtures of Cornelius It Baker, of Philadelphia We are prepared to run Gas Pipe into Dwellings, Stored, Churches, Sc by i competent workmen Also, i lo alter over old Lamps to Kerosene or Fluid On Klitures renewed in Gilt or at short notice FLUID 'GAS FIXTURES V wall selcclotl slock for the Loveless and Slaf o, patent burners HOUSE FURMSHISO GOODS u thh department wo cannot be excelleil Timimhlic respcctfullv mutod to call aud examine or 'themselves. S P PIERCE ft CO IS13-8 W1MTJH L k MICHIGAN RAll ROAD 1 IX> ning n illiiHt ami i lorn, horn MASURA BUrFATQ HOXKIKX 'lo CUrfekuil, Columbus linclnnali, lolulo, uankei tiulf.ua, Rock Island, Bill liuglou, ttubnquc, SI Madlaon Ittlio, SI l.ouh and all In the Weil wid mlliw Until furlhti Tiauw will taivo Buffalo, n (mi El clmngi) Mi-fet IX pot, as follows, (aundaj s 0 7, 1859. A 1 LROADS A3VT) SiVRACVSB IttlUtOAU VOL I., No. XXXYH. CRTS. r, mi? x  2S f (supuu rle S 00 H M- eland 8 00 si Toledo J xs i> v i ounacllnii wtth MRhl Mail Train luuMnl; rolc.tn al 12 SO A x tt MC.III i AnivlSkl nunkuk I JO M Frie B M i (bli'nUast) UlcvcHlliI 11 00 i ir (litne 'hil.'.lll 4 IS P M null CUnago J, JO i' u full inn tlug with moaning trains fruui CTnrago b> all lines Till! above trulMi i united Cleveland Cinimnali, 8nuth, leaving Cleveland at nd 6 10 On mid alui M 20 follow a ll-VU 9 'JO -umiHUS nt ill-titioti- lit v.it'1 IVnin- f-ul tiid 210 i M i im I Ii im t i imigal inn Lfiimui'tiiiij ii I H u-u u ilh tuns M-t Imd i-l' OOP v nt.il and l-i.Mll hum at nil Inn, uul liiliN insMlli fmilii-rtiin. nl luist ami I 1 Uh bVKM 1 M- r JU i Trull i imd n iglll insulin, 9anilTtlltiili 30 A iuid> iiiixlil Iriuu stoi'jiini. l-iim-ifm mid Hilton 4fi l u Irjui ill r u Via Cl) do and Davton nt 11 40 J X aad 8 00 F Accpmuuxtation 'Viams leave for at 430v n HUnmlng leaves M auilnr rivesakCleveliiifl 1110 A f connccllng Train foi HipEnH Cminections are nisi) made at Tolecld it TOCEDO, WABASH AVI) WEPTHSN KAltKOAD, Peril, Insiimtxirt. Danville SpinlKflo'il 8t >m ing Tolciliil Danville aritl 9 00 f 31 il 1 10 t n. and u 00 f ai i 40" Biijfgafrc Checked Through lo f incimnti, lokxlo, Chicago, St 'J.ouis, Milwaukee, and all principal' pomtd West ami Boutliwest ty Tltroiigh Tickets lij tins i oute can be obliiincil at all tlie principal Ticket Offices in and m Buffalo, at Ticket Olllcc, Kxrhangn street Depot at the .TJniim TuketOnirejl7 Ex chnngo street WM R BARRS, ill? fieneral Agent, Buffalo, I_____fr j J JA NEW YORK CENTRAL RAIUl' WINTFR VRRtXGl'MBST, Commencing Motulaj, November 2Q, 1! 3 Sfl A ai FxuriW stofri at ami nut) Roune. i r t i f r 7 30 A H Mail stops at all stations 11 '06 i1 H and New York Express slops jat Clilt s, i I Rome "S10 p null Albanv Accommndalirmr all 6 15 i i Road) New York Mail stops it Civile l and Fail-port v 1 00 A Accommoflmiun-'stops at'all stations j j i 7 SO A JC (Direct Road) Dlslributtiur Hail c slops at all i stations I i i 2 16 F a Road) Albau- and Biimilo Impress slop? at all stations s j 2 40 p M Road) Albany'-MI.! Buffalo _Esprcss stops at all stations 8 35 p Road) -New York rExpreas stops at Ionian. Port Byron, I yons, Newark, Palmyra'and Falrport I 8 40 T M Rood) Distributing Mail stops at all stations. 11) 10 00 F x Bead) Fmlgraiit stops at Warner's, Canton, Wecdsport and Savannah only trains going East on Siniflaj .leave Syracuse at 3 M A X I The only trams going Wi'st on Sunilaj loav e Syracuse at 515.1 M and 10 a' Thi-5161 x I rain n HI not run on Monday, morningl C VIBBAliD, Geuc.al Sl'.peniltoiHlciil i I.RATHKB-ANII S'L' I L, W 13 I, L'S NU JO MlRlll SAI ISA Miwk, (iiiiiuerU I las just reiiuivt'd KU'TY THOUSAND HOLLARS WORTH UOOTS AND SHOPS, llil'ftct fi'onV Fjistcru Miiiliiractlirers, Which they lire prepared to sell from 15 to 25 IICT ceut. lovvir than an> olhiir cstabliihtiiiut intbisclty The) taki'ii aih aiitagt' ol HIP hnrd limns and bought foi cash, Lonsvqnetilly tan nt prices tint deft competition Tlnir slock crwiprldt s over) thing in tlie line of LEATHER AND KINIHNGS. Thuy koepiioiisliiully on hand Kip, Illnok, Calf and t'aleni Of stjloand iiricT 4ho, tjitlles I'nlttclta, tuxcd Plain, aud I'xiee Goiters, Calf, Kip and Kniimcllcit Hcskloa n asisoi'tiiiciit of Hovs', Yolltlis', and Children's Work. Thtiy have -Just received n additions to tlwir aloslc of I nitliei Fi otiOU CWf M.IIH, KIpD iiiul even thing In the line   oftti alvr> low 'lho> will Hell Jon gotnt Frtsli woik of then manufacture, fjistern woik of tilt1 best qnnlitv nv low M you tnn old k In iuu stoic tu the itv Work umde to order mid warrniUeil, fiic plnuc, yit: 30 NOHTH SALIVA SrKKKr, ill 10 dtt Voiliocs (funiUTl) 1 innlri) HA1K Una Just retiirlieil'from Kow York will] n large anil elegant assorlinciH of the latest stylos ol gooiH for OFNlli-MrV1- iVhlcli lire iiowripfin for tliu hispccllon ol'tiix hlil uud .such new oliua na choose to make to do T A 11 o n i N B u s i v F a s As usiinl, and wiirrantu all gurinenls or lii.s iniike tn bulr hilratici. to Ills rooms between the stores of tlopkin A. and Iriisilill A. Wallace, (jsncite slrdi t, "-v nu use iIlT dtf OtlOUT AMEH1CAW Tf) US I'HUTrlTATHl" A Dcbalf) bfilwoi'll Rev. W. Bruwiilow1 and: Kev i'r> nt For ante llOtf J mllK Oflo'Thousand auil R X Amuseniynu, Charaden, Tahltfnti'C iV( bv author of the "Jtujftclan's Own Book." will] 300llluslr lions I'otkot Warli'S, all sires, Mr} low, wltnlmliror retail mil Dounls (iamta of KaHhlon and yanilne. Tile Jjimpllghtor, only Yaukcu Xotlonv, C'artui. Sic. For sale at PECK'S, 1. 7 But Gttieite MrtetJ MILLINERY. rRS. COOK, _ _L NO 27 fAYETTE STREET, Will be read) to sec the Ladies on FRIDAY, 12th inst, at whu h time Mlie lit diaplay her rich Block of MILLINERY Also, race Vi'ilu, Work, Chantllla Lace, Bridal Ac -VTE1V AMD K1.BUANT MIUUHERY. r Has just returned fioni York with a largo ami elegant assortment of M1LIINFIIY GOODS, Of the most ruahionibli) and Finest Quality. rhetall Styles aio pionounccd by tho Ladies vcrv becoiu ing, aud Urn Crittcnden's goods are greatly admn ed by all whu nee them They will be onoli foi inspection on THURSDAY, Nov 4, and Ladlen are respcctfull> im ited to call and examine the goods 030 d2tn KEJIOVAli. a the wiill-known UNDERTAKING ESTABUSHMENT tot CHARLES RUST SON, (ouueily ut 11 South 'siliuu been removed te he oiiigaut aud stoto iu the Pike Block, 56 SOUTH STEBET; fttly the first Pmbylmatt dtwrtti, WUcro can ulMays bo louud every thiug to ftie biislnecs, COFFINS- Rosewood, itahoganj Black Wnlmit Oak, Bittteimit, Cheriy, Pine ,aud Whntewood Ut EVERY STYU, QHLITY AND SHE ALSO, CJiJKE'S PATEST METALLIC BUSUb CASKET! Whlili for Htvle, durability and ttnisli, nro far superior la tinvtkimg heretofore used foi the purpose U 1858-9 WINTER AEHANGEJIENT '1368-9 "GREAT RAILWAY, VIA SOSPfiNPIOlX BRIDeB.TO TORONTO, DETROIT, Chicago, St Txiuis, ililvaukae, Rock Island, Bulling ton St Paul, Galena, Dubuqat-, Cairo, Quinci Miiili3o.utjLQluLdil ziU u tic WEST AND SOUTHWfST E Trains P the Sttspenfion Bridge ne fellows lt ACOOMMODA1IOX 0 i M Arm 03 nt Hamilton 9 05 JL t Toronto 11 36 AM s I L DAT, BXPHBSS 5 A v Vrm mg at Hamilton at 1 36 P n Toronto 4 Ori p M Detroit 10 10 v x Chi cugo 11 15.JA connecting aLt liues Wott, Nortti and South 3 45 r H An iving at Hamilton 5 p H Toronto 3 40 ix, Ixindon 9 30 p n MGHT EXPRESS 0 3 15 A M at Detioit at 1 30 p n Chicago at'4 00 A connecting with all lines as above 49- Trains tcai e Toronto for Hamilton 7 40 A n 12 SO x i Trains leave Detroit via Detroit and Milwaukee Rail wayraa.followa For St. Johns, 800 aud 300E x for Grand en and Milwaukee. 10 45 P !i ty for all points West and' Southwest can be obtained at the Ticket Office of the Ncn York Cen tral Depot, Erie street, and of Hilton Randall, Agent, Union Offlce, No 17 Exchange street, Buflalo JULIUS MOTIUS. C J BRYDSES, Gen'l Agent, Buffalo} NY Managing Director, Hamilton, C W VT. LOTUS AND KANSAS WABASH AND GREAT WESTERN K.R' LINE Tlie most direct, pleasant and quickest route from the EASTERN STATES To Fort Wayne, Lafayette, Logausport, Decatur, Spring UHd, Naples Indianapolis, Peorta, Alton, Louisville, Bloolmngtoii, SI LOUIS AND KANSAS, Express Trains leave Union Depot, Toledo, itnmediatclv on arrival of Trams from the East, and run directly thi OUR! without any delay, except BufBcicui time for Meals Direct connections are made At Foi t Wayne, foi Columbia, Plymouth and Chicago At Peru, for Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louist lite At Now Albany, Tetre Haute, Vincmuiffi and Kvausvitle i PACT' Tno less changes by this Route than by others, aud 8i miles m distance saved i READ1 s Do not bo deceived iby Bills of other Lines, recommend Ing inferior and verv much longer routes, but secure pas sage by this well mnltand'cquipped tine It 19 owned ant controlledvby Eastern Railroad is run ai to please the elcr and safetv tf All changes are made at Union Depots, aud Baggag Is checked through and no charge for handling Shipper of Freight will find this line unrivalled foi dispatch TRY THI8 ROUTF I 0f Call for Tickets via Toledo, Wabash and Gi cat West era Route Through Tickets can be procured of all the Railroat] and Steamboat Offices in the Eastern States and Canada.? 6 W BARTLEFP, GEO R WEED, General Ticket Agent General Eastern Agent form, aud nuisued iu imitation of Rosewood, elaborately ornamented the top of Irauy plate glaea, thua preBunlitig a full icw ot tho bodv, and tvhen sealed up u perfectly air tight, and tmucivious to w atei rendering H LiHAlii ible as A means of transporting the bodv of a de tensed friend to a distant part of tho country lor sepulture, as it prcv ems the spread of coulaglon, for a tbne ar i cats the progi ess of decomposition All that is lepulalve lus ittacarded iu its arraugemont uud shape, uud4 yet It retains 111 tile fullest exteut all the requlbilea uf an appro priuU for the (iead SHROUDS, Merino, Delaine, Mousllu, Ciunbl ic, Alsu, aud Handkci-cliicfs, kept cousUwlly on hand or made al short notice Handles, Plates, Boxes, and every ariely of Trlmuimgs in endless 49- splendid llcarnes iu rcailinitis for Cltv or Country live at all hours ol the 01 night yjf carriages furnished uud interments procured iu any Cemelerv. in the Cltv or adjoining towns 1'erdoual sen Ices m all casts fi hen required, and no palu-> will be bpareil to give entire latUfactioa, and re llese the friends of tin: uianv unpleHant dutiwi connected with the preparations for. burial, IT dREATCY REDUCED PRICES Offlio Open and Night j-gr I'lcase remember Uie iiumber, 49- lit, WCTH STR ET Kesitlencc, 110 S.iuth Sttliaa CHAS EU-Sl SON N H C RUST hat E tlio etcluiit c right for utlcg Ti nmp'H Patent Cortffle Presei cr Tor this ell) and county _ dcttl S Atlantic Monttih Tor Ja a new volume Harper's ilonlhlv for; Jauuary. Ttit American Catholic Almanac for .1869. Just rwelvf d and tor aih) Hi PECK'S, No, 7 Eut Otennee 1808-59 WINTER ARRANGEMENT 1868-5! BUFFALO LAKE HURON RAILWAY FOR DETROIT, CHICAGO, AND ALL POINTS WEST Tinns leave Buffalo daily, (Sundays eiccptoil from Erie itreet DcjHit, on New York time, as follows. CHICAGO KXPRE98 3 OS i v at Paris b 52 A si I ondon. 8 42 Detroit 1 30 p M aiu arrives at Chicago at 4 00 A v connectin with all lines West, North and South through trains connect at Detroit with Detroit Milwaukee ACCOXVODATION 0 30 A M Paris and at Pai is a ,b 10.30 A London atl OOP M I 11 CHICAGO EXPKK4S. 12 00 M at Paris 3 2S r M London 5 25 r a Detroit 10 15 p a Chicago a 111I> A M connecting with all lines and gonlh ,12 00 M Stratford and at Btratfon r at 5 25 P j Goderich at 7 66 r v Tiaras arrive at Bniflito on New York time as follows 5 00 A x 1 50 and 9 80 p M ty Thi ough Tickets and all information can be obtamei at 37 Exchange street, ami nt the Erie street Depol i .7 MACKIRDY, President JOHN McKIERN'AN, General Ticket Agent, Buffalo November 2B.186S_____________________ WATKRTOWIT, ROME AND CAPE VIXCFNT R R WINTER ARRANGEMENT On and after Monilaj Nov mnber 29th, 1858, until fur ther notice, Trains! on this Road will iuu as follows, (81111 d.v seated) leave Rome No 1 8 00 A M Mail i 2 3 10 ai freight J 710T a, Express Connecting at Watertown with Potsdam and Wntertow Rallnav and at Cape Vincent with Ferry Boat for ton, C W and Grand Trunk RETURNING; Leave Cape Vinocnt 7 20 A Express u 725A si treiijhl u a i 230P M.lUil 1 c Wati rtow n 8 30 A M Express 9 56 A u Freight 3451. x Mail ft Connecting at Home with Xow York Central Railway iCAMXW DUTHHT, rhi nl" ll i tii riiiiiluliinlv .unit 'ind -UihlfX UK1 tfj'-1 I'ffii I' J JHI till- i in M 41 oi1, ilni.i -vrnc illllulill t UlO stVFppniK at ill C FIX mil ill Nin 2rt 195S 1 'HOTELS. COODRTCII'S S' -avQtlf ami Umliiii d 10 dtf I'rnpl ii 11 j racjiae, 't JIOUSK, I r (On the ast A Opposite llu) (.juilKei m' Syntcnan S Y WiRSMlFAIS AT ATI. HOClfe t iBTUHVEV, R 1" tin. u lull lit HHilul X'LtaUc. Uack Hi iu ul 11 mi --U a ll uruil llu1 Flctiii I- ll x inf public i TABEK ci HOXVLASD'h ii t n. PHOtul.B uiiidc vUuthciuiio id it, this alid lit lolial Oil v r Ibis Hist chss JTotel is opin for Ihc f IW location is central, iuu. directly te iht Rooms 11 fmniluic, nslwellrih mtise, I'litueH law Hf't and cold ran ail urs 0 ,v The Hotel ill be kept on both the Fnropein .ind Amen an plans Proprtetoi JO, 1858 i 1 i XABEE are mailo aw iu liKtors ti> distant Irieudti TABER IS Hie place whei-o 11A61IERRIO1 VPM fot all tti vtttut of Pheap Work TH1K1 V r Tukcn 1 '8 HOTKIV, _ i I A On. the coi noi ofTark Row and BePkman atreat, H! RddiPirk Iqunnin, T H NEW YORK I This Hotel IsVonductcifon fltEnroiwan Plan for tlle'ai commoclalioix of botlt Ladies aud Gentleaien c T s f f, PftlCKI >OH AS >OLLOWH Room for one- person, 50! cents per' dav Gent leiuari -i, SlrOOpet day i iljommif the ladies'1 J j It! ,t, t Gentlejnen and Ladles, where Keals w dl be fin inched at all hours, guests pinn'gifnr they mder i r r I l w' ,i LIBBY. WHUSEY CO Bevvaro ofanousc in itreelj called Lovejov'tf louse1, wliEcli by'liackmcn iuid to ie a.branf.h of this house, it hav ing no ronncction what cr wltli that houso J J n23 dtt .TOHN 1.. COOK SONS' 1 COFFEE1 HOUSE, i I Jorner streets, j i il EaitniKlofR B StY TinsfHqlolnlong aud favorably knovvji? .Sjkept ri i I ON THE ,n j With Bun, andH'ufflcienl! accominodations for'tie country .rave! This is-lw on be w ith HealB at of the da'} r BOOM, j Separate fium Gent's Ladles aud convenient" j w L-'il1' The proprietors of tbls House return to heir lhanks'for to m the cilv Ol I K i Cin 'a A'ABER, S 3 wliere iiie) EXCEL in everv be TABEE ROWLAND'S' '-hi f' s the place you. see Pictures in th-' Hevolv ing "Cone at clha- Galleries beftttie at a glance ereuce between th? _ r f ft i O v 'i f ijj 1 GFNl'iSFllBTAl 1C BACKED jtMBROTYPES.'j J And the Bogus ones solj of the   The Stages-from Tally alley, Onoodaga Hollow and On oudaga here, ami passengers will be duly In formed of tho time of their depaxtm c S D POMEROY BldNTHAIfli'S Fight rods South Central Railroad Depot, SYRACUSE. General Stige and Omnibus Depot for tbe places named belovv ami immediate stations u Arrive from DeRuyter, Cazemnla, Delphi, Oran, Manhus and FayetievilleatlOSOA x" Leave BrmlnalPs Hotel at 3 o'clock P Jf i for the same places. Arrive from Mexico, Pulaski, Central Brener id Cicerov at 1030 A x f Leave Brmtnall's Hotel at1 S o'clock. P M for same places Arrive from Phoenix, Three Hiver Point and New Bridge, by Steamboat aud at 10 o'cluck JL. x Leave BrintnaIVs Hotel at 3 o'clock p v for same places Arrive from'Bridgeport at 10 30 i Leave at 3 o'clock p n for same place t i ThcTroprlctors of Brmtnall's Hotel take this opportunity to thaiik.tb.eir numerons patrons for their uberat patronage lieretofoie, and solicit a conlimtance of the parne And to others', we Try us tff- Porters to convey Baggage to and from Cars and Omnibus, fret? packages or bundles for Omnibus or Dchvciy, will receive our prompt attention, If left m our care A W G SPRAGUE fc CO dtf Propnetors Brlntnall's Hotel LIBBY HOUSE, (LATJS Nos 54, 56 and 58 Wan en street YORK Proprietor IRA A IJBBY, Late Clark, tabby Co Merchants Tins House, so well and favorably known as the Wyck is pleasantly and located m Warren street, and but a few steps from the front entrance to the Hudson River Railroad Depot. 5 It lias been gicatly beautified aud improved, under tiie direction of1 the now proprietor, who has rendered it one of the most welt us the moat convenient first class COJCtfERClAL HOTJSR In New York, beiog m tbe ver> heart of the Business Quar ter of the city, and convenient to all the Steamboat Land ings and Railroad Depots Travelers arming by the Hudson Bailroad will please baud m their checks for baggage lo tbe Cierk m tho office, who witt immediately send a porter for it Carriages ,wiH at all times be m attendance to ronvev gneats of the House to any part of the c5tj The now proprietor u deUrmmed that the old aud well established; reputation of the "Wyckoff1'shall not suffer m his hands, and he pledgee himself to pay particular al tcnbou to the comfort and safety of his patrons The TABLE will at all times be suppliedVlth the beat the market affords, and in this retpect tbe Libby House aliall not be surpassed by any in New York H1 BRINK, Office Clerk with the Former Proprietors, will remain with him. and will be happy to aee old friends New York, March u23 dtf B II c. now1 s "tTREET, 3 23 SOOTH SJracuse, Would announce to the public that they keep on h and a large aud choice assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Ccmpriting a great variety, both iu, style and., quality, to suit the different tastesand requirements of customers SILVER AND PLATED WARE, Of the beet quality, anil of the most beautiful patterns, wil be found at our establishment. .PLUsO FORTES :AXD JLELODEONS. Of very supei lor tone and touch, aud beautiful stj le anij fiuisli and utlicr Musical with a gen era! assortment or MUSIC, constanli> being replenished w ith new publica CLOCKS Cleaned and Repaired in the best, manner, by skillful aud experienced workaieu, and7, all Job "Work ordered. of will be promptlv done 49-Pel-sons wishing an> thing in our line will find it to their interest to call Nex! door to N. Y. Central R. R. Ticket Office. B dlSdtf o JAS HYDE. .Whicli tions. B OOK The lubicrlDera having purchased the extensive BINDERY of L W HALL, and removed the'stock and fixtures to NO. 7 FRANKLIN BBLLDINKE, are now prepared to execute all work In their line with neatness and dispatch Mr. MILLJ8K was recently connected one of the largest Binderies In New York, will rule Books to any patteren, plain or fancy, and bind the same in the n workman like .manner. Sir WHITTRMoms bai ilong been known to Syracuse ana aa.a .reliable and skilful workman. They are now prepared to execute all kinds of Book binding, as Magaalnea, Blank Booka, Shelf .Boxes, Ac in the best and cheapest manner, anil on the ahortea nutlce L. WfilTTEMORE ap6dtt J MILLE ODEY'S "LADY'S BOOK i'OK VHT Ijirge si70 and plate5, receded and for sal by B R PECK, NOT 20 Xc T Cast Gcue.co stroel) Hnnember I that. ft wioD t f is i _ T 'jOijjtfJOiI U O'j NO. 4, FRANKLIN BDILDIXS. dlodll Klolir. t i'i fin- n Hi ii us.. i p i-c tillil.iv I I .li i rvtli li tin srejiiv .ut i1 r All ii invi inn tn i t-tli uutlHti artH s J Mi TDI.tiNTO niHTb I vv in filial In r.i i ict. K'su t, u.in I HKkVtlU.tl >iul H. I .tiwlituuv u lutid mi Uln n liit'I'lii i I Mi'.V 11 nil! sts. l Ciaslll-D I'm'ii-i f nu lit..I aiil 1. mf No 1 nrto-Kk i> Tiiln H v.i T r "TjfTl a iiiv 1 .1.1! r t c f Ijri. UAII Kj.kl.a- iii irn ill 'i 'f i AMIKlttT! i. rAift 2, i I LOFKUiS j Jlrdw, Pw l-opnu .illnu-ICil uut tin 1 1 "tlic1- riujn 'AND !a< gallon il-o J S 41 South falina i TilbramtPilfe'iwash B-o-.n.- A. HoiuJaiuj Sugar Boies', tc ,_ 111? 1 SOAK T71AY" No 1 Bucliau'- Hull J. Son- uil t1 Houi'V all of Fane Soap- i ANDBEWt, PAIGF, f-r j, Salma street i.i'- 7 _ .i SVRUPS. O aibora. Porto Rico Cuba AXDRXWfc A PAIGE EASIXS. Primes, lemons Figs, FltWrU SA i afamn EAWI, i STONE JARS, Juga.Spittaoni. Ete.Platei anil a gtatnl asaort of PotWtT Warn at nrlne (.-j ]j ANTWEWSiA PA16E, ddifrr j v.-" r ALMOST everything in the Produce liucvtucli a: Corn Butter, Eggs, While Beans. La o 7 Franklin to NO. 59 EAST GENESEE STREET, 'Courier Btiildings, Fora more capacioue store, nnd purchasing all of uu for cash I am prepared to sell any article m uiv line of trade cheaper than can be bought elsewhere I sttnl} to please, ant toy motto te Sales and Small Profits Give me a call PETER SMITH, JR d4 dtf No. 59 E. Geuesee street, CourJerSBulldiiigs. LONDON colored aud plain of Nature ami trt Maganne the Phyateian a Hand Book of Practice ro7l85fl Pictorial papers, and all weekly miiaimea to the Tfev Year, jupplieil rsgntar Goncsoe si. iOaU Lard IVMii-'Bavpberrlea BlacK berries, Onions and t Turniw. for whefe we will par Caih ANDRinra WIGE, i w Syracuse, Jan JIPORTANT TO DRV GOOD DKAUHW. BEST ASSORTED STOCKS, i NEW FBESH ASDiLEGANT. JUST EECEIVED ABRITALS FEOM EUEOPE, .Is. now exhibition. aud foe W ABB BOOKS, NO. 80' AND 82 CBAXBER STREET, SEW YORK, TO WHICH WE SOLTCIT ATTENTION Having made extensive additions .to .our. stores, we c, wiUi great care, selected a A SPLENDID VARIETY OF DRESS FA.NCT GOODS __ _OP FUSJOCS FAJ3SICS, Such enable New and Appearance to their Stocka; aoiii aid Uieialin'retaUing their Trade in the" r face of all competition. WP bate purctasecl for cash ;AN KXTEKSIVK STOCK OF DOMESTICS, 'Which, we give to buv ers at prices bclott vvhlcb; none wilt care to sell. Bril portion of our stock, embraces tne LeaUmg Stylrs, J4ERRD1AC, COCHEOO, PACIFIC AND SPRAIGUE PRINTS MANCHESTER. PACIFIC AND HAMILTON DELJJN1S, Amotkeaa, Lontdalt, and and Starting Ill thil deparUnent will ba found HAND KERCHIEFS of our own importation, expreaely adapted to the wants of the Trade, witna choice line of EMBROIDERIES. SKIRTS of the mod approved make. WOOLEN" GOODS. and Vestmgs, Duster Cloths ic YANKEE NOTIONS; Comprising tbe latest and; most useful invectiou- SHAWLS. Broche; Stella UGd iu great variety .The principal on which we dabusuicgVis grounded upou. ACTUAL- knowmg tafctj'. unless our. Cuatomers. make tnouey outofua. we cannot make it outoCthtav. BE FORREST, ARMS1RONG. CO. Nifi.'SO and 82 Chamber sL. deaf i- York TOMA RITCHIE'S J COAL A y D WOOD Y A H D Otnre, No. -S6-. S Nearlv the Com t flouse? This.Yard is. established iita most- favorable locality, di- rectly upoh.the tow-pafJi of the Canal, and surrounded by facilitieVwhich-enabte the proprietor to assure the public tluit fe xfll iwiteumkncW Ity any Mtr I'to-il in lotat. Hi1 keeps coustantlv an baud a large Mipplv uf BIG MOUNTAIN. TIYORTON, SHAMOK1N', And BrTUlLtNOtS COAL Orders may left at the well known Grocery Store of D. J. Leslie, Nos. S audio James street, or at the Yard, as above. I am also engaged in the BEitF AND PORK PACKING BUSINESS, And am prepared to Bllall orders on the -'drop of the and. at prcies that cau.iot fail of su' ting the purchaser- market is constantly supplied with the best of everything in the niealflinc, and families .may depend on receiving, at all times, tli.e best cuts. 1 lo be, undersold. dlO dlf J1 JOSX BJTCHLE. TH.T, 'SPAPERl E. Pomeroy k Co, PLIFSfBER. GAS AND STEAM FITTER, NO 76 EAST GENE3CE STHHCT, _: Syracuse, JC T, Pumps, Bath Tubs, Water Closets "Water Sufis, liers Eraclett, Pcndanti, ic. JT B promptly aud ueath cxecutetTon most reasonable ternw also done at rales for persop preferring to ruruieii Ihcir owu matertato. SPAPFRf   

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