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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 10, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY D. J. HALSTED 00. CENTRAL COURIER SYRACUSE, MONDAY, JA3STTTAJRY 1O 1H59 AOL 1.. to. AXX1X. PK1U BUSINESS UABD3 ..BUSIIU. JWRMM, BIT D J KA1STED LAW, ZKBUIXMf O.D SUtm .r S iclon Co J Hardware Slore lyracum, N __ MOHH1M FOX, iwraa WHOLBHUC wututl 11 VM> -rtUNFS AND LIQUORS of STOJIAUI DITTtHS for 1 jiborli w i 011 K Whhkev ft nr AVI> tUNTOv uac.N r __ dlSdtf rUHISOl tr KW ev roles Mall d by Ih" Tn null t ATTORNEY AVD tOUNSlLUIR L U WiraTO 15 Chureh si qyraciiHQ, N Y________________ VOHTBK 41 WAM-ACK, COUNSEL! OR3 AT LAW, Over .Sorlon, Bradley to s Hardwaru Store V l 8" Vorlh Pall OFF1CB Of THK TIUEAHVUEH INQ TAX KKCHVER, Sriucta, Deeomber 16ih. 1868 YOUR Notice il uereb) tliat till; Tmx Rolb fur County the un cral wards of the city or STTQCIMC, for the j mr 18W, tlir of the ButMrv bom atuu.hou tutv e been pluefHl In mj iuuils for cuilcetlon, and nil named therein are required to pa) me at my office, lu the Clt> Hall, the amount of ttuiir hum on or Iwforo llin daj of for the throe weeks followinK Ike date of this notie an) person ma) her, or thilr Count) aiul laxod, by paring ono tier cent feeu tin reon after the ux plratlon of the time aTorooiiil, three per eonl vvill hi added and collected, up to thit unt day of February afu r which tho taxes remaining unpaid will bo In tho hanilM of an nmuor duly authorized to collect the eamu -ui d by the charter I10HACT V IU.ATON, TremM ;rer and Tax rrr CMCRK'II OFFICK, MVTII. v. A1T011NI-Y VND COUNbEliOK AT I. In Uubio Building, No h eoulU street, iluusi, tyracme C IXXUL AnBmnurr No Notice i? herrb} o, NOV 'VHNnP HOIAM EMCA T 1363-9 MICHIGAX 1HLRN r HI ROAD 1JM nlUk u (IlitU and Lxpuillilous rmitti Irum liLI-H BLP vro DtXKlBK tlevf liind Lnhtrnbtiy niiiMti' Icledo Clileago, ilil olomi RurL Itlind Burllnston Ihiljuqut Iftui Mwilsou, tuho unit all RAILRO MlM'LLLAiM Ol S10KI 09WEGO AITO UrMI U Oi aiut ift Morilu v IKAW T liaxe I 1- m ttj name  or ten dayit wltliout for ten thortartcr nt ono por cot t for twenty days succoAilipg ut three per cent itid fur remaining twentr HI th o por cent feo If any rtnutln uniwlil nt llpe oipiration of the time above uienlkined Ihey will he cotlrUoa as provided by (ho Itoviiml Charter nJO JAMfo S OILUBPIE Cloik 9 i 2 oO f W o at, ul Jyllf D. A. A. T. SMITH, MLCHAN1CAI. AND SUBbVON Sm 1 and Pike Dl( tk DOj .10SKPII W. I-OOMIH, moRM.v AND COUNS-FJJXIR AT i i N tt otlng Block S.ooud Floor JOHN SDUiTVAJf, wnwHwtJi XNU iv VOUMON AND UOMESTtC ClfcAKS, N 0 WAimrs DtKWT, Vcnr limwsBolowBl CtarliM llolul eossors lo Ritchie I AID ROAM IX bKOCUUKi, Pork, Mean, Diilr) Cheese, Butler, Lard, Wooilcn Ware, Hh, Stll, Ci ler Lingiir, Hour teed, II. il, ie lorilgu mil [Wniemlc and CKBRK'8 OPTPICK, STHiCUMt, Nnv Olh on the aide of Salnm street from the Hlolw 10 Onondaga utteet Is hereby given that the as aevmont roll for the abo> e mentioned improvement has neon Illed In this offlco, and atll icmain open subject to Inspection foi ton tfayi from ttic dale of this nolico during which time an> porion may cintnino the Mine 1'lic As auieon will meet nl this omcoim Tuesday, the 16tU mst at 10 o'clock JL M lo hear any objections tn Haid ramit rorrfi.! Hie same If necessary If JAMBS S GIirERPIF Cleric CLKIIK'S OFFICE, SIKACLSB 185S OF Crrr Aunrroaa IB hoi n the an I Until fullier hotlci1 Tuna will IIHU i Buffalo tioutit huuge Miift D n H is follows 4 n vcooti1 i j 1110.1 u Dunkirk 1 Ml i (tlln trio :4ii M Mr (bupimr To 1) (viu. Uvde) USD ChcagoUao A st connecting v ilh trims at Chlowj for lilt West, North ai il Soutl AND KSHGHfsT 4 DO i M Vn iyws at Pi iikirfc. 6 25 p if (supper Ti ic C 00 1 land 6 00 A H Toledo .115 p M ein in llnf, will? Mglil Mail Irani luivmif fol( do nt 12 SO t MGHT KTPIIE5J UMI ut Jlunklrk 40 A u Jjlu H (bi mVPtpt) eland 11 00 i M (dino Tolulo 4 181 M finil Chicago 4 ?0 A M on v, ith mo i nlng inUni from Chicago b> all UK t anous lines The nbi vo trtins connect nt for Cohiuibus. Dayton Indianapolis, Cincinnati iuul 111 polntfc tjoatb, as follows ia Cohimbns at il jJO i and 8 10 i i N in Clyde ami Dayton ut 11 A a a.nd 8 00 p M. Accou nvodnilon Tiahs CJoitl mil for bandxrX> nt 4 10 r Tttiurnmg Sinthisky 1 00 w mirtar it C'eM.laiul i M t with Jfmllnin for tho JuiHt Cfi ur ttioits ai o also nnde a Toledo vv th llio roLitDo, v YBASH AND iiviuuno, Foi t ID, Wabtisli Pmi, Jdigaj spoil, La Fajetu PumL.c Spi ngflold and 61 locum? rdotlo Jk M and 9 OOP M j 43" Baggage Cfiotkul to Cmcimnt.. Toluio, niiififi St loins, Milwaukee and all pnnc.pal ooluts West unit Boutin est iu ut with Tr v i-wei fcc-r nnd Fn I mil ton, I.iniioi 4 aul JUUUunovill si, n th Ti i] i Loa (in t KC id i1 11 t, i tii T atus SV U U i V> pit K u i I 7.0' _____....., IAII on n 11 f It tr 030 A iRlillmi M it II. 11 wlnsvllle Ijinvsnn 4 it IFillon 4 4a M from n t nil s jit 11 I rO SKI vM I I uu u I Nov -0 HOTELS J A 111 I! I V N I c. Ail t 1 tl em lu VTmnl f gooO fr e wluio braulllut ijetjtlte Ltiekad m-vde whi li an so ulu r IIIVTON 1 1 t' I ihli. Persona HOW LAX 1) bj given that all aceount-S to lecture the attention if this Hoaiil, together with Uu proper TOitehore 101 a-vme_, must be loft with thr fit} Clerk on or bcfoi e the 1Mb Ubl Bv nf the Boar 1 nl, tf IAVES S GILLESWB, Clork Through Tiekcts h> th s i >ut all the princ pal rii I ot Office n th can ho oht 1 Di ited Sti at BuOulo nt the Complin) s lieket OOii i, kxchnnge street Depot Also il tl (on nil Un on Tleket Ofhco 17 EC ehai go street Vt M R General Agent, BuWalo Nos 8 ami 10 James street illiiiltf TAIIOH, Wottl 1 i cspoelfiillj inform the iuhabitaiita of bv t lei sttlhat he hiw muile special arrangements for PBBWNI, Immediately on OUU Public VSorka lo ollloc No 4Ujstahle Nrcadc Syracum Doc 28th, 1858 E A klNd WANTKD-FOR THE IT. S. AKM1, ABLE-BODIED MEN, lo whom will ho giv on GOOD BOARD t THE.6 and MEDICAL ATTENDASCV Pay from to per month None but goodl nobur men, i feet 5 inehes high be ao r cepted Apply at No 60 Water slreel W A WIXDFR latU 'sjraciue, Dot, dtf Recruiting Office; JAN1> omcL, 9 Bull lint, SymetMO, V In tbo manner, al SO 18 MONTGOMERY STREFT, Opposite tlw Myers Block, Whol e hi la proparod to rci elv M enters imtrulted t j and Making done to order d8 BOOTS rp YOU WANT TO WWmW YOUIWB11.VK8 WITH {BOOTS VND SHOES, bYKlUUSE BOOT AND SHOE STOBE WLKTIVO DIXJCK, H HOYT, AND bUW. 2 Com enllon Hull l... attoutlon PaU to dta oC tho r ye ud liousf ottdtf TTBA1.TH AM> ECOJTOBITl 1VRMERS, MFbHAMCS IABOBIB9, M ,mifa  WlStHK SXAHOI IRUEfeLlfcIL Nj T tnnklln Hulliltafis, t (.untaoo The sltttid forinorly ocrupicil by Metougall, Toulon Co ruapaeifiillj roquosl of you au osaminatlon or tho ia urea VXD CHHAPEST btock ot BooU bhooa Syracuse, comprising Mun's and Bojs HALL.! NOW OPES1NO W CHINA HAI1 1 -in 10 Soera SILOJI STMTT F-vLL IMPOK'I Making our   A M jiiil Vew "iork Express stops at Chit teuango an I Konif d LO l and Mbnny slops at ill st itions 001NG H SYJJAOjoF lrt A Read) New Mail al Clvde and Fairport 00 v M Auburn Roul) n in at all stations 7 20 it Rund) Dislribntint Mn I slops at all 1 stations 21r i Auburn Roitil) Bufialo stops nt all stations 2401 Albanj and Buftalo Fxpies3 stops at all stations 8 J r Jl Now York Express stops at Tordau, Foi t (Byron Clyde I v ous, Xewack, Palmyra and Fairpoi t 8 49 F M rn Pond) Distributing Mail slope at all stations j 10 00 p M Roact) Emigrant stops, it Wan ei H, Canton Wcodsport and Savannah HOTEL, N tOOIJRIUJ PtoirieDl Cornoi a> etto iml Umlon bti eel? dlO dtr raciif S HAB.VEY (Ou the European 111 No East Itailroivd itrp t poiite the tjra gyi Block Syiaeusf N A WAKM MI us vr hoijiis dlOilir D HARVETi lio! let >r HOUSE, OSWEGO N 1 now first elnss Hotel ii i ow n loi tho ree ption ofguesls Its location la reiitral, and dn cctlv nppf1 IP the Railroad Dopot Rooms aro large an 1 fur nturp is v ell liotiae entirelv ni vv Hot and i old ball b i iu lio had nl all houis The Hotel wilt kept on hotli the Furope in anil can plans S W l-rouriitoi Oiwego, July to c dtr lathi plan wheroPUOTOGHArHiiaroaiiile bo ntoolle t in countiv and at ruuinrkablit Ijjw 1 VBLR IhAS Oil t.ROCERJJ-h O' Mil Ut will da ocll till lar mv stock aiid i-vcnUnng n tl i uitre J rjml H NFn.anl wi-raut >d n> reprcs ntc 1 or tin rr i-PAIGF Mut i Saline Oppo-iw Oiobe Hotel L.UUK 4 LLUios' Jlfli iiltrii iiJn lu. goo >T OI can find en at 01 r itorv OROUND 1ROM TOBONTO VTiniAi And in evor> Cbmmou and ILOtR ConsUiith on 1 ajul ami dchx Prod n am part r f tne of i hnrgf Is Iho plaet wbu a.i> foi send i g n lotten to ti nUint tV en I ABEH A HOWLAND S Is tho i ueevcha o DtGl laaJe Tot "ill in want of Cheap Ti ork aa low OU.SHU> Coflee bugarn SI irannlit W te an 1 VlsoIortoHco Cuba and Orleinn Hugarit and vill be cbpap -s horetc 4 PAIGK Si'ma street TEAS Wl have a largo and seleet -lock vr Green aid PtoeLTeai which arc all and Trwh, and be MM low and will gn v n 41 th a T OVKJOA'S HOTEL, Xj On cornor of Park Row and BeoUmnii ftr et OtnwsitcCity Hall and Park Folmtain NEW YORK This Hotel IB umducted oil tho European Dan tor the lie comniodation of both Indies and (Tentlemon 1 m-SS TOR ROOMS AS FOIAOW8 Room lor one person, 50 conts per day Gentloniau and 00 per us}   nhtt order IIBBY TVHTTNEY CO Benarc ot a houBp m Greenwich itraet callcVl House which m roprewuitcrl by hackmcn and runners to be n branch of this liouse, it mg no connect on whit v er with that hoilfle n23 dtf Th  convenient The proprietors of this House return to their patious thoti thanks for former patronage, aod aoUcil a_continu ance of tho aume to am ukou n the 1ABER A Is thi, pluiue whuo thej iu copying Pictuic In most cases they trill insuro R copy tho oiisinal Picture J VBPTC ROWLAND 8 tbt plate where you sac beaulifuJ Plctarea lu th Revolting Cone Compare tht Picture tmken at clbcr Galleries beside them, and von will a g'wice ihe (orrnco between the t-ENLINh MFTAI 1C B iCKFD n Bngus oiifs sold bv othem Remember! thjt O1 COFFEES v orumcul Java Mocha .pdfani Ground Coffees ot Rio Lagv h-a ill kind' i PUGE, 41 South us street S FLUID AND CAJIPHEXT UPERIOR Burning Fluid at Four Shilling galloo Also Camphccf and Aleahol on ilralt cheap ANDREWS PAIGE, 41 Soi tb Flib of PBOVISIONS B OTTER Lard. Hams, Poultry, Fork F various kinds, Ac ic tNPREWb PAIGE 41 South Sftlma WOODEN WAKE All. kindjE Tubs and Paus, Wash Boards Mops Breoms Flour 41 South street D dtf JOHN f COOK, COOK, COOK TABER HOWLAND's OALLEBT Trains v. tor tor WINI3 AND South Sallna street HUb St ANI> RRAI ESTATE AOtNCl me. r blltehlng dono to order j nv ontlon Ul' ck, Oencseo strut byraotwo, CITY AGKMCY, COLLINS BLOCK N Y it, in I M. W. CHWKOM, tB AND nrrAIU DKAIKK IS TOBACCO BOOTS, hllOU RUBBERS lliesc goodii aro almost oxclush ely ot our own tare, mid warranted superior iu stylo and quality to all others In Iho market Notwithstanding the large advance In Iho prleo of I e-uthor fto nro still soiling at the LOWLSl PANIC VttiCia 01 H3T WINTfcF tor Ciuli Only Do not ttuow yotlr mono} on vvorlhless gooilH whou lor advaneo jou ran obtain an artielo wortn rvory ilescrlption of work to order, m the mmt approved styles tit tho loneil possible figures IMilei s snppllcJ a artlolo of Men's, floyi' and-ioiithi, Kip and Bools, Late and Con Rnn Uootn, ot our own mgjjggg., Jt rale, No 7 Irauklln Buildings, MILLINERY. -piTRS. COOK, 1YL NO 27 FAYETTE STRBaBT, Will be ready lo see tho Ladies on rRIDAi, 12th inat at which timu she will display her rich stock of MlUINtRY Also, I-ace eils, Cbantilla FionchWoik, Bridal Howers M tor e-ilh illl dim n. street Syracuse N H. F. TROWBR1DOK, ATTORJiKV AT I-VW, ljuid Wnrr ints bought solil or locale I ,14 Uf Offlel No 63 East Genesee street B OOTS AND SHOES, ICATIIUt ANt> ST 1 LAV K L L fe ft ON AND KLKQAKT MRS CRITTENDFN Has Just i eturuod from Now York with a large nnd elegan assortment of M1IIINEKY GOODS, Of the most Fashionable Patterns and Finest Quahtv Tho Fall Styles aro pronounced by tho Ladies ver) becom ing aud Mrs Crittenden s goods are greatly admired b> who see them They will be open for inspection on THUMSDAY, nov 4 and Ijuliea are rospeetfully invited to call and examine th goods NO 00 SA11NV STREET t 'ITMSTK A MOU1VWSB, 0( H1FS 1'ROVIBIONS 0 tjrai Qenewo slicot N Y Halt I'ork toruul UeUf JlatiH, Butler Uril, Hour anil Loose tail UICK and Refill Dealers In Kfr AND SHELL OYSTERS, n then -e ithe iallroLl timlle. II 4. suppltol ipl ly ev i rv dftv _ M. G1BI.I.V 1'UOVWONb, Mulherrv mil Mvllson lui  SHOtS Direct fiom faaleiu W hleh Ihej are prepared lo --ell from 15 lo Ji per cent lower than any other tambllshmenl In Ihls city The) have taken advantage of the hard limes nnd bought for cash, consequently can sell al prlcel lhat defy competition Tlirir slock comprises ev er) Ihlug lu Ihe line of BOOTS SHOES, LEATHER AND FINDINGS Ihos keep comlivntlv ouhaml ikm Kip, Black Calf and Patent I eathtr Boots Of ov erv si) lo and priee Uio Ijtdles I'ruliolla, V.oxcil Plain Uee (loiters, Morocco, Call, Mp nnd Enamelled Boots Besides a general assortment or Bovs YouthB', unil Cliildrcn's Work rtiey have just received large Ailditton.i to iheir of Sole leather Ironeh Culf bklna, Upper Kip? anil every thing iu the line Hmlhujs, whleli the) offer at verv low prices The) will sell von tooit fresh work- of their own iiinnufaeturc anil Kastcrn work of tho verj beat quality, ns low as v ou can bu) old stoek In an) slort in Ihe citv "W ork made lo order ami win ranted Homemtior Ihe No 30 NoilTll "AUVV bTKUCT, dtlOdlf (formeilv Llnplre -raiPOR'pAirr MOTICB: REMOVAI.. The sell known UNDERTAKING ESTABLISH1IIN1 of OHARLES RUST SON, lormerly at 41 fcouth Salina slicot, has been removoil the elegant and spaeious store m the Pike Blink, JO-NO 56 SOUTH SALINA bTREET, Dmctty Oppotitt tlic Ftnt Preibytavw Chareh, Where can always ho found everything appertaining the business, iz COFFINS Rosewood, Mahogany, ck Black Walnut, Oak, Butternut, Cherry, Pine ,and Wnitewoocf Wili QUALITY tlic Bridge aa follown iCCOJlMODATIOt at Hamilton 9 (Ij 6 SO A M e" at Hamilton 0 Oo AW 17H u'o 11 3S AM p FXPBHSa A M nv ing at Hamilton at 1 SD i M Toronto 405p M Detroit 101011 M Chi 1115 A u eonuceting with all lines West, North and South ACCOMlIODAnOV 8 45 r u ing at Hamilton 5 45 r M Toronto 8 40 p M London ff dO p M MUHT kXPRBSS. riving at Detroit nt 1 SO F K (dmnp- Chicago at 4 00 v M connecting with all lines as abov e 49r Tiauis loav c Toronto foi Hamilton 7 40 ArM 12 20 nil 415 r 31 Trams leave Detroit aDetrott and Milwaukee Rail ay, as follows For St 3ohnb, 8 00 and 3 00 P M for Grand Haven nud Milwaukee, 10 45 r H 49- Through Tickets for all points West anil Southwest an he obtained at tho Ticket OlDco of the New York Cen rul Dopot, Krio street, and of Milton Randall Agent, Union Ofllce No 17 Exchange street, Buffalo JeTTIUSMOVIU'', C T Gon'l Agent Buffalo, N Y Managing D rcctoi, Hamilton, C W dU dtf FAYBTTK HOTKL, "i D FOHEHOX, Propnetor N'o 6 East Fayetto street SYRACUSE This well known House te located in central part of the oitv, and onlv six rods from the Jtswlorlc Central Railroad Depot The proprietor of the Jravelte House takes this opportu nlty to thank f rlenda and Iho public for their patronage hitherto, a continuance of tb.0 feela safe in guaranteeing satisfaction to nil who may stop at his House Large, commodious, well ventilated and vv ell furnished rooms, and a good table, are characterises of the House, accompanied b) moderate charges Board per dav Mr L BARtniU is retained as Assistant, whose roputa tionfor politeness and attention to guests is well established The Stables attached to the Fayctte House premises aro largo aril convenient, anil second to none in the city The Stages from lully Valley, Ouondngi Hollow and Un ondaga Hill, Htop here nnd passengers will'be dul) in formed of tbo time of their depat lure S D POMEROY FAY S No 1 Buchan l Hull Sens' Chemical, Honey and all kinds of Vine; Boapa ANDREWS PAIGE 4i South Salina 8YBTJPS Double Extra Huvenjmiger and MoUtt, Kal euhorn and BungM Syrup. Alto Porto Rjco and NO 4, FIUNKUN Bl HOTE1., 1 ight rods South Central Railroad Depot SYRACUSE General Stage anil Omnibus Depot for the places below and immediate stations AKRIVAIA AMD DKPJkl A MOORE, RECTIFIER AND WHOLESALE DEALER In Foreign and Domeitic LJQUORS, WiNmB, AU, and CIGABB, No 80 James street BASINS, Frunea, IxaMm, Figi, Almonds, Pea 41 South Salina STONE WABE. JABS, Jugs, Splttoooa, Pie Flaus, and a (tcenl aaaort 41 South Salina WANTED A LMOrr everythioi In the Produce anchaiOUi, A. Corn, Potato.., WhU. Beam, lard, Hun, BMmz, Dried Ampin, Grata Ajptei Cap for whtehwuwffl pay Cuh. ANDittWS PAKH, 41 gbuth Salina Oppoatte Olobt HoteL Sjracue., Jan. 1. _ TOHW H. MOHIUS, dealer rj in Foreign W1XE3 LJQUOR3 aud C1GABS, Ve 3 Townf- BLil Block Syracuse N Y jeSOdtf IT. LOUIS AND KAXSAM AND GEEAJ? WES1ERN E K LINE Ihe most thrcf t, and quickest roule from the tVSTKRN STATES ToloitWayno Lafayette, Dccatnr Spring lie! 1, Naples Iiiiliannnolis, Peoria, Alton illo, Bloommgton Sr LOUIS 12vD JExpiesa Trams leavo Union Dopot, Toledo, imineiliatolv on al rival oi Trains from the East and run diree-tl} throttgu any delay except sumeieui time for Meals Direct connections at e rnado At Fort Wayne, for Columbia Plymouth aud Chicago At Peru, for Indianapolis Cincinnati and Louisville At Lafayette, foi Now Uban> Tone Haute, Vinconneu and Ev HQSV ilk- FACT1 Two loss changes bj this Itoutc thin bj others md 89 miloB m distance sav ed I P.EAD Do not bo doeeived b} Bill's of othei Lineb, recommend ing inferior and -verj much longer loutes, but secure pas gage hy this well built and equipped line It is owned nnd controlled by Eastern Railroad Men and is runwithaview to please the traveler and cafetv 49- All changes ai e made at limon Depots and Baggage Is checked through and no chaigc for handling Shippers of Freight will find this line unrivalled foi dispatch TR1 THI3 KOUTF Call for Tickets iti Toledo, am! Great West- ern Route jEy- Through Tic-ketb can he procured of all the Raih oad anci Steamboat OIDces in the Eastern States and Canadas G W BARTLETT, GEO K WEED, General Tiekot Agent General Eastern Agent Arnvefrtfm Delphi aud Fayettevllle at 10 30 A K Leave Brintnall's Hotel at 3 o'clock F v for the same places Arrive from Mexico, Fulaski, Central Square, Brewenon and Cicero at 10 30 A M Leave Brintnall s Hotel it 3 o'clock r x for same places Arrive from Phoamx, Thi ee Riv or Point and New Bridge by Steamboat and Omnibus at 10 o'clock A x Leave Hotel at 3 o'clock r M for same places Arm e from Bl iiigeport at 10 30 A M Lc ire at J o clock F u for same place The Proprietors of Brmtnall s Hotel lake this opportunity to thank their numerous patrons for their liberal patronage heretofore, and solicit a conlimmnee of the tad to others we say, Tr> us Porters to comej Baggaae to aud from aud Omnibus All packages or bundles for Omnibus or Deiiveiv, will roeeive our prompt attention, if loft n our care W G SPBAGUE ft CO jj 17 dtf Proprietors Brintnall s Hotel__ T IBBY MOUSE, WTCKOTr a It Nos 54, 50 ami 58 Wirrcn street NEW Y05K Proprietor IRA A IIBBY, Lato Clark, Libby ft Ci> Merchants Tills House, 60 well and fav orably known as the Wvck off is pleasantly and conveniently loeated ra Warren street, and but a few steps from the front entrance to the Hudson River Railroad Depot It has boon greatly beautified and improved, under the direction of the new proprietor who has rendered it ono of tho most attractive, as -well as the most convcniput first class COMMERCIAL HOUSE In New York, being in the verv hoarl of the Business Quar ter of the city, and convenient lo ill the Steamboat Land ings and Bailroad Depots Travelers arriving b> the Hudson River Railroad will please hand in checks for baggage to theClcrk in the office, who will immediately send a porter for it Carriages will at all times in attendance to coinev guests of the House to any part of the citj The new proprietor is determined that Hie old md vv ell established reputation of tho Wvckofl 'shall not suffer m his hands and he pledges himself to paj paiticnlarit tention to the comfort and safety of his patrons The TABM will at all times he supplied with the best the market aftords, and in respect the Libby shall not surpassed by any in New 1 ork H BBOT, Office Clerk with the former Proprietors, will remain with him, and will happv to see his old friends New York, March 11 1868 nM dtf a CAN A A MOFFAT HA3T1E, Agenta for the Celebrated Oanandaigua Alo. Office next door Jtott of OK County Cleric's Ofu, WOlour StncL ___ A fcupenor article of SCOTCH and ENGLISH PORTER ou hand, and supplied to customers at FlYE DOLLARS PER BARREL. The Canandaigua Ale is the most popular beverage in the countiy, and la net cr allowed to depreciate in quautv Moffat Haatle have been the Agents for a number of years, and hundreds of customers can he referred to, to prove tho merits of the Ale and the clever quaii ties of tlie owners JSJ- Ale delivered to any part of the city or country on the shortest notice Lenvo your orders at the Canandaigua Ale Office, naxt door east of tbe County Clerk's office Syracuse, Dec til, 1SS8 dtf MOFFAT HASTES. BRANDIES, WMICS, AC.JIHE LARGEST stock m Western New York, and we can sell them at New York Cilv pricce, and guarantee them as repreaentfld Tttev consist of Brandv of the following brands 'Pinet, Castdhon 4 Co "T kF "J Che Champagne" Brandy, Co Marriou Basteau Cognac m half pipea, quartera and eights Our Wmes consist of Pure Juke "Burgundy t" "JIadein Pale and Golden" jaiorry, "SKily Mufcnt Longworth> s Dry and "Spark Mill CaJawba Gins of Medor Cologne and other braada Jamaica St Croix and Kew Eughvnd Rums Irish and Scotch Whiskies "Blackberry Apple and Cherry" Bran dies London ,Seotch and Philadelphia Porter For sale by JAYCOX fc GREEN, dcliitf N'o 67 North SaUna street i nil l mi 1 J uiw SLrvCts, (Over i-tore Deal r lu I 1 HTHli- I AM) 11 ITTNC. naniini, n girmeut cut to tit withe lie uperi hW llni -p OS BACK A. BRKWSTKH, Uliolnule ind Ritill Dealers In AND DOMESriC DRY GOODS, VV MCHKa, JHVHJIY, So s FriinUm HulWingl Oeuesoc N Y jtf Slerdnnls, Milliners and supplleel at aum from New York with a nnd elegant assortment of the latest stj les of kooda for WEAR, hlch aro mnv open for Iho Inspection of his old unit such HUM oned elioosv to mnka him n cill He eintin WA to do t 1 VII ORINO BUSINFbS As uaiial and vuu rants all garments of n iko to nt to Inlr Iff kntranee lo hh rooms between the stores I Ran and Trimlull Wallace, denesee itreet, or One Tlioutind and one Homo i Am CbaradM Tableaux Gamou by author of tho "Magieieu'M Own with 300 illuslra llixn Poiktt Diaries, all slum, very low, wholesale or retail Chroi and Baelcgammoii Boards Uames of and famine The LAUipliRtitor, onlj 37 cents Car U Dec 1 fATJSXT METALLIC SVRUL CASKEft Whleh (or style, durability and Hnlsh are far superior lo anything heretofore used for tho purpose It is oblong iu form nnd beautifully finished tn imitation of Kosewocs) elaborately ornamented the top of heavy plato glaaa, thus presenting a full view of when sealed up is Berfcclty air tight, and Impervious to water, rendering it Invaluable an a means of transporting the boilv of a dc ceased friend to a distant part of Ihe countrv for sepulture, oo il prevents the spread of contagion, and for a lime ar rests Iho progress of decomposition VII that Is repulsive has ucon discarded to arrangement uud shape and vet il retains In the fullest all the requisites of an appro prlate receplaele for Ihe dead SHROUDS Of Merino, Delaine, Mouslln, Cambric, Ac Also, Caps anil Handkerchiefs, kept on liand or made al short notice Handles, Plates, Boxoe and every varlctv of Trimmings In quantit) Splendid HeWscs in roadmen, for Cit} or Country mo at ail of the day or night Bf furnished and Interments procured lu any Cemetery in the city or adjoining low DB services m all cases when required and 1858-99 WINTER ARPANGEHLENT 1858-59 BUFFALO LAKE HURON RAILWAY, FOR DFTR01T CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS WEST Trams loav c Buffalo daily (Snndaj s exceptod from Erie street Depot on New York turn follows CHICAGO EXPRESS 3 06 v sl iving at. Paris 0 52 A si London 8 42 A at Detroit 1 30 F M ani arrives at Chicago it 4 00 A n connecting w ith all lines West North and South All till ough trams connect (it Detroit with Detroit and Milwaukee Railway Gtnoiiec street BOOK TOR DECEMBER VT anil txtrn plales received anil for by Nor B R PECK, No T Eail Gtnatet itrtel] nopttinswill bo spared to giv e entire satisfaction aud re llev tho friends of the man) unpleasant duties uetenarlla connected with the preparations for burial, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES OfBce Open Day and >igbt tar Please remember Uio number 0- 66 SOUTH SAUNA STRFT 110 South N B C RUST hav e the collusive right Tor usmg Trtimp s Patent Corpse Preserver for Ihls eltj and nniis uuunic Mouthiv rpr ia I uary, commencing now v olume Harper's Monthly for Janunr> The American Catholic Almanio for 1859 Just received and for slle at PECK'S 420. No 7 Eut GeaMoe B iO v M Palis and ai Pans at 10 30 A sr London atl 00 P M CHICAGO T5XPKZSS 12 (X! a it ing nt Faris 3 26 p M I ondon u 2o r a Detroit 10 1ft F x 111 A M connecting vv ilh all lines West, North and South i 00 M Strttforcl anil ing nt Stratford at 'i 25 r M Godcnch at 7 r M Trams jrrive nt BnlMo on New York tune as follows oOOA M ,150and9SCIt a jO-Thronghlickclb and all information can be obtained at J7 Exchange street, and at the Erie street Depot J 1IACKIRDY, Plcsillenl JOHN HOMER'S AS, General Ticket Agent Buffalo November dtf JJfPOBTAJTr TO DRT GOOD DEAXXRB. Oueofeb. JU3T AS9OSTED STOCKS, AJTD ELEGAlfT, JTFST BECEITKD PER BECENT ARBXVAM FBOM ETIEOPE, la now on exhibition and for sale at our WABI ZOOMS, IfO 80 AlfD 82 CBAMBJSS STREET, TDKE, TO WHICH WE SOLICIT ATTEJ.TIOS Havtoi elteonve additions to our Mom w hare, with greet care, selected a A SPLENDID TARIETT OF DRESS AND FANCY-GOODS tW TTABIOVS KLBBIGS, 8uch aa will enable our Cotomera to five a New and Attractive Appearance to their Stocks, and akl them in retailing their Trade in the face of all comprtil.cn We have purehatcd for cub AS tATHtSVE STOCK OF DOMESTICS, v Which (Iv e to al prtcn, below which, none will canto selL ThuporUn of our stock nibncca the Leading- SylM, MERRTHAC, COCHECO, PACDTIC AND SPRAIGCE FRISTS HANCHESIER, PACIFIC AMD HAMILTON DELAINES LoKTOKt, CaM, Aaotteag, York B. C. HOPF CO., NO 23 SOUTH SALINA STREET Hjracusp, Vt ould respectfully announce to the public that they keep on hand a large and choice assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Comprising a great v arielj both in style and oualilv, to tuit the diflbrunt tastes and requirements of customers SILVER AND PLATED t Of the best quality and of Ihe most beautiful patterns mil he found at our establishment PIANO FOKTES AND MELODEONS Of superior tone and touch, and beautiful gtvle anil finish, aril other Musical Instruments together with a gen cral assortment of Ml SIC Whieli I51 ronstaullv being replenished with new pubhca llona WATCHES AND C10CK3 Cleaned and Repaired in the beet manner, bv skillful and experienced workmen, and nil Job Work ordered of us will be promptly done jijy Persons wishing anv thing hi our Hud it to their interest to call Next door to N 1 Central R R Ticket Oraee B C HOFF dlSdlf JAS HYDl- GREESWAY'S ALE AND PORTKR HOUSE. It is with pleasure lhat the proprietor of thii old hahod House informs his many patrons that he has DOW a largp Ftock of the BE3T iLES PORTER That are manufactured in the States and IJquors the belt in the world, of -which he inv ites all to call and try Among the best Ales are the following GREEN 4Y S SX and XXX, CVNTAND.SetJA OLD STOCK, PALE And JtOFFAT S PALE, Alliecommended bv the Medical Faculty as healthy bev erases LONDON POUTER AND SCOTCH ALE In Bottles and on Draught dlS d3m JAMS It MAVN GROCERIES. E HATE JUST RKCKHTED, and to the trade, bbls Coffee Sugars 150 do Crushed Powdered do 100 uhds and P R do 200 half chest YH Tea, 200 do Old Hyson, Gun Powder and Imperial do J 100 do Oolong, Souchong and English Breakfast do SOO boxes M R and La} er Rainns, loO bbls Svrups, diflerent qualities, SOOqtls Grand and Geo Bank Codfish 100 bbls 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel oO Scotch Hcr-ing 400 do >o 1 and Scaled Herring 300 do >.o 1 and Pale Soap, 200 bags Kio Laguura and Maracabo Coffee, 100 butts Cav endish Tobacco 250 do? Broom1' JAYCOXkGREE., Wholesale Groceri, n2B d2m North SaUna slnet. LauitU, md Wanuuttal, Shalaff and SHartatyi WHITE GOODS In thia department will be found UXEKB and KEKCHIEFSofoorown Unportation, adapted to the wantaof Trade, witiiacboice hue of EUBROOEMEb and LADIES SKIRTB of tbe mott approved make WOOLEN GOODS, Cloths Canimerea and Duster Clotht ic YANKEE KOTIOSS, tbelatectand most useful mvenuons SHAWLS Broehe, Stella and Woolen in great The principal on which we do buaineai (rounded upou ACTUAL UrrSREBT. knowlnf that, unless our CoitODun make outofnl, w cannot make it oat of them DE FOKRIST. ARierrEOSG, CO Ko> M and K Chamber at., deM New York TlTATBKTO'WTi, RO Jffi AND CAPE Tl> CENT R W WINTER ARRANGEMENT On and nftcr Mondav, Nov ember 29th, ISoS until fur thcr notirc, Trims on Una Road will nil] us follows (bun dajs excepled) Trnvc Borne No 1 8 00 Ji M Mail d 7 10 p M Express Connecting at "ft-xtertovvn iv ith Potsdam and Watertown Rnllwav ami ut Cape inecnt with Ferry Boat for Kings ton I uud tninil Irunk Railwa> BKTURNING Icate 20 t Ji Expre 5 7 2o v M 1 rcight Z 30 P x Mai! e W atcrtovvn S 30 t ji Express 9 25 JL M 3 -lo i n Mail Connecting nt Rome with Now York Central Railwav die CARLOS DOTTON, SuperintefOant BOOK subicrinerj having purchased the extensive BOOK BINDERY of I, W( HAlX, and removed the stock and fixtures to NO I IRASKL1N BUILDINGS are now prepared to execute all work ID their line with neatness and dispatch Mr MILLER was recently connected with one of the largest Binderies In New York will rule Books to any or fancy, and bind the same in tne moat workman like manner Mr WB1TTSMOEI has lon( been known to Syracuse- as a reliable and skilful workman They are now all klnrti of Book binding, u Magallnes, Books, Shelf Boxes, ic In the belt an rder> on Ihe' drop of the Booka used in the JCj avening schools new supply just recervod and alibelowest prloot it PECKS, DM It 7 Eaet Genem strict Ito st alllimM dlOdtf familiea may depend on recaivtac, at 1 am net to undtnoid JOHN RIKETE. TH.T, (Late with W E. Pomeroy 4 Co, PLU1IBER, GAS AND t5TEAJI nTTER, NO 71 EAST GENTSE STRUT, Syracnat, S Y Pump. Bath Tab., Water ClonM WaUr BaakJ. N B.paln Mm. Uera, Bracken, Ftndantt Mallr ork alao PWSPAPFRI   

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