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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 11, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                C ENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY D. J. HALSTED CO. CENTRAL _ COURIER, H.UL1SUO) MOK.MM1, (MAHUi KXCH'll BY D J HAlSTED CO XL. PRICE TWO CENTS 1H SIXEbS CARDS i v i) fui on i i Noirrn v 'ii UTI s i l il j 1. I ii ti u lr, ft S 1 JVK OOLLAHS PEH 1 EI'MS 01 MtriSISI! rnrnuct JJJ.I.K .1 wiu uu II A 1 1 1 50 Ihlf I liv 1 00 U4 niutv 1 day tlo I da 1 muath u i I 1 50 2 I10J 0 10 JO flfll ill- itll ll 10 I 1 nock One on tin i wmki 1 tnontti i 1 ta i oo t ul) 00 I 60 j 4 00 10 00 M) Ti t 00 1 Jo J 00 00 1 00 in llio Dally, uoi oiLnoilina four liius n 0 per aanuut not ml il bjr wrlton dli 11 lions will bo Inn. I unlll fnrbl I nud Hi irxod Ad% l1 mom fir oxtiib .m, (.intorui, i to IN. 1 m I I '-tut In r 1 LI to th. o nuc i I IT. 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Until further notice limns II Buflil Uiangi btrcit is e MilL ri H 40 j mcs it IHinMik. 1 40 r n J P Olm oland 7 30, M lado (rk, 1230 all from r t P Mnllln i ill M it r VI I 1 L i U i V r list or TIIF mm cuimx tun UIVTIIU trrr UutTtot ninth puulnln level ln  shorter in.tlo.1 piyalilo I the. If k lit tilt, or In a.hnucj ir lout lij IUT publUliod u >rr au I niallviia my tot hocoiinlr) nr lo'lvwM it tlu nlllui to rojal-ir sub liors at ro per aimuni in uUan o mbsrrlpilou will bo ontoroil on Iho Iwilw unlwi, u (I D> too UK nuy POHTCU iV VM) rut oils VI I Our N rtji 1) iiilln H HurYHmh] rlh i s i- use IWTHI j III j V M till (on SX( J IHi u I I I lie t t 11 I t 1! UT j 1 A v. i Mil II VMl VI I I IN 1 Ml r (illlui s 1 id I i 1 d v-[ j I'll 1% lOOiHST', 1 I 1 i VM) LOLNvIfTOl VT N" K i 11 s I 1 I, s i n-_ II. MIUbHT, (l.Ninvl 1UII1C10K llulnblo Ulotl u i dlliltr TO tta Wi in   raciiae with Ti iu u, F i 1 Hid HuUlt Jiiin itoppiiu. u 1 ton Lmuion s i, 1 RiUh yi ilk i mi i i btruciiso w th Tialiis Kn l -ml t Iraiu T, _oi ami I ug] t lli.il Baldwins illo Unism .ml 11 It DSUi niillrcihbt rian ii ppnii. ball wmsitlle Ijirasou aul Iton 4 v x Train stopping it Jll (.10 SK1NN11 nut 1 Olwego No> 1858 H i. U lfU D QTHACVRK, A O WEtlEK rn th ,tl fin, i I, t m ol Umnoliu. (In, h t aw niij j xituino tbc ui.e lite As a I' o- I U "1% "WW-WOUS tJ Mill oils int imu ri a I In tVj b WILK-III dork i kfr must Kit llioCIU Clcrl (iioi hnfon tl.iawi mil id i nt tlio no.ni! 1U1D, f> Oloil ji and 8 10 1- nnilDiitin at 11 M M Vuonuuoi'ntiou rrilm leave dm eland for Sandug J 30 i Kcturnlnit 1 av os fcondnsky 7 00 v, Ou und afwr Sondaj- Decembei 6 follows oiceptod) JiATl. New York cf j wain" w tli the. Iv en Ihe AQW lork uul 1H i-> J foi Now loik ilul B iffxlo 410r tonuoumg tl N lit Trams on llio ik id 1 1 RoKt, last and West LAM1 iuiit A YASKEE BOWK SOUTH. ell T put up iwth a hrst rate good titt-J icliow tint 1 met a billiard table Ittcitm nd was to liis mie, B 'me 1 it as thouch she lived cnlitnn Kcc is iuU "ot fun Ai tct >i M d ta'kcil ibout mv j-irl uul iboiu the j-jruip t 1 aiout thi u c me or tojr cluldnsa muij as crickets that then tm -uuic oajrs in wh'ch I put i lot oi hngu fen children ai 1 Como hero bud I Ht It ro_uc Kre aud tell me jom lumc T'.c oikst came to me and sajb Mj )8 PeMj Smith -Uid -whatb nan t sir' Bob fcmilh Tho next Haul nauo .vas rnUl'' Com oet 01 s aie ano made nt Toledo wiUi tho TOliDO JOIIW C. X AM) COtTtSdJUR .U I UV, -_l i Ui-lnthlun Hill .N Y L -W HA uvw otnct, tmublo Illoclt, Syracaw J. M. BAKBR, UA.-IHBU Utixjii, BOOJI No 20] SBailou, FUga and Block Z. H. 1VRIC4HT, DRtS3 MAKtR, No 07 Knit stroet p AVU So 11 GRAY, AT IVW, V v M. W IMCK.K, (sn unit KHUiii! i (o It ".ft mr a i, u ItOfl II jj Ml nln JlHUi i bird Kiodcnnn lih b tour .1 M .1 U tir Ho i Vln imlllqtim-, Nn S nn 1 10 Miout Jivui. IAS.UI. .1101111 Ions liMin- lit can bo obtained at nil ftp vrmcipal lioket Offices in rt, Bnfelo UlfOl, Woulil itsiulfiilh Infoim llio inlmblt i Is 01 a> t u thin ll hti mud qpoiltl iiriuigcnuinli I i VMiriPMRlM. E A sac THE U. S. ARJttf VBIBBODIED MEN, lo nhom mil bo gHeuGOODlAY, B6ARD UIO 1HING and MEDIC VL ATTEND VNCF I'aj pionth None hot roodi and sober men o teat e Inches Web will be ac P Copied App> at 60 West Water Z W A---------- "Jvrac dti onimoiiung Monday, Noyembor igj GOIJ.G LEAVE SYKACCSE 7lOi touwtin? uit 11 BHU-vlo l audNcwTorkl.TDrQ.'son the Nm tral Riilroa 1 630 p 1 toning on till, umil r lip rrmns from York nii.lBnlrilo tin, with the! aina Tust ami on th N f A.em HOTELS eOODIHCH'S N GOODKICH Corner lavette aim Clinton ccK VBEB i HOWLAXD'S M 1st tt. 3d Ariillor, KeciQiting r 60LVG ITJCST-LKAVE SYRACCSB 6 U In tilt, best tniinno nt NO is SIONTOOWKY n Oppoolt. tuo Whirol ilsprupi otllordrto ill oidois trim loll his utting iiiul M (klnjf .loin to c rcl t ,i" i PMtofflu Si memo Y VLKXlVMUER VETERINARY ofHiwlo) nud atroola Syrnrinu u ijanandalijii.1 Ala llounj, UnrtU itiool _N_ n liu  Vust ttnloi stroot, 11 lllf _ _ icust. N Y A. In VNI) dOMIuillt U'INfc3 ANU I 10 fontb Snllim ill oil, Sir mim N i.FSl Ul UOUSt AND HEAL ESTU1, AOtNCV i nt fo- tt r iu i Sowing Machine Mathlno atltchlng dono to ordor Offlo.) N i j Ctmvonttou Block, Conoseo street dn "f .N Y T 1 OV 1VAMT 10 SITPPTA MV I 1 11 Hi o n 'i ,s v o JO If) TTIf JWIFTIMI PIOCii Plujiltl. 11, SI [lolls MAtI, 1 SOW OPFMM AT OHISA IIAIi 30 SOLXU i STIJEBT OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS, Jlaklng out Stock UVECE, FBU. AND COMPLETP Jnnll its departments CBOCEEKY. Ai e the best manufactories ra Enropo Our 'Brltlanla, Planbbed and Elated Ware. Cutlery, Uo fiom the best manufactories m l ld) .top. HARVKT HOT7SE, (On the European PI m No 20 East Railroad atroct, Opposite the Giaiigtr Block Sjnc 6 N 1 W VR1I MEALS VT AI r HOCUS Tarm SEVE.N caib AND WARRANTED to iu t iki.ii in the cilj TABEK b the place thej 1XCEL in cop} tor 3 htabS S V> t M fDirect Head) New Tork S 40 r f Eoad) B'Sbutlng Jtal stops mt N Y W'" kept botJ! lte iurowl11 TOd w-raw's- 3 M1! y g0lDft on Syracuse at o c also ci largo stodL of O 1 Vl'llllti MIU1VNICS, 1 In nnnt olOwd, Homo Mmlt Mntoi Pi oof BOOI'h F-IiQUS, 1 Tin I ui ISD H lsrtjl SLISON-, CITY AGKNC1, NO 2 COLUNS BLOCK tlon of Claims Pos'tlai; ot r jjKcn UK j.is a al No J UWlw B'ock II dtf ip pAnitI! M. II. CHURCH, HTOIIL DULKH jgvnnww, NO 1 1 South Sallna street, _ __ _ __ UWdJy H. F. TROWBniDGE, ATTOn.VCY AT N V A uiklln I f OIW-.QO struct, bv itoniu riiiHjsl i f joii mi iMiiuiuutloi ot tin IU.S1 AM) UfLAPBst block .if liooisnn l siiois mci f fluod to thu ictnii tuulii in liuTm' 8 ll01--' 1 onoh tail, thick nnu Hublioi ou Ladiua' Calf, t oat and Uu uuo Uico mill tottross Boots tcLothei lih all o nlll llu" V't'T1 tylc, Ulinlltj of f J.illm' and uoi.tli nun outl.-' nml tnlint s IS SHOts AVI) ItCTBHinS i.ouldimialiiKan.i.cItis.lvoH ofoui ovtiuhauufac lino, and numnlod st} lo mi.L qt ilitj to i.H hi tlio nun kol Notn lUistandiiij, ll.o ]S Inthtprrccoliciithci i nro itlll soiling at tlio IAN1C HUCIi 01 IVSr I 01 (-ash Onh I''6 "SS" times a .rrcat soillnt tht Oil GAS FITHM} AND FIXTUBE! We mo tire onlv Agonls In this city of tho celobratea b mures of Curnolhis J. Baker, of Philadelphia We a yicnaro 1 to run Gas Pipe into CliurclL it bv compolent worljmn Ateof to alter over o Lamps to Keroseno or Fluid Gas iixtarei roni Gilt 01 Broiizo, at short nolice TLUID GAS FIXTURES HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS In this department wo cannot be excelled tod to 18SS-9 WINTLP ARBtofrEMEM I8H8-9 UJiEVf TOESTBEGS B UIAVAY SUSPEiSION BBlDSr TO IQJROOTO DETROIT dti No OS Ooawo. MOVI.TBH, AXD PROVISIOVs, Nn 70 Eul atrwt, hyracuw NY" JM k lornod Boof, Butter i.inl ________tTour, mid Loaso jhll dti dll RICE A TCholMalo netall DoAlora to KErt, CAN AVO SHELL OlSTtliS A fro.1 disruption or mid lo o do, li th od sljM at llio lowcslptebiblo llinir. 'Kip S> luuisDiii X. r'lle Nu >ra ikhn _ Otiic'.i.o sti el, AMD SlIOEb, Ir Mil.Jv HNritNCS H b'l I I U KI L f. SONb.j NO 10 NOhlll S UKN V S1RH- i, "rlioo. Block, (f. i mcrlv rmplro BUCGANT MBS GOODS, Of llio most rashionabh) Patterns Finest Quality b3 Ladles very becon ho JJom ri, T bo for on THURSDAY 4 United to call and !t o30tt2m JBEPORTAWT SOfflCE t_RKMOVAli, I N J) I) 0 I I K t. 0 P r 11 noo-i Dllott fiom I astern Mi Liuxl lit U1BMV i HiltS VNI) I-KOVlilONb mi 1 MidKon SIIOI-S ILXU1LK I cipioiHtanih   JO SVLIM l 10 Uloo. Horn 'I It" (IP I LN fl s win   M- Toronto ll So DA} KXTBBSb 11 46 a Vm, hfc at Hanulton at 1 35 r Toronto etrolt 10 10 p C'xwer LOVKJOY'S HOTEL On ttw cornei Pwk How md Beckruan street OppoMteCit> Hall and Park Fountain NEW YOKE ilia Hotel 13 conducted on the Euiopcau Plan 101 the nr oommodation of both ladies and ecntlcmca Brv, F EOOJla TOLLOWI, Boom for one JO cents per dav tentlonnn and TABEE Adjoining n A f ta Inrn at nil hours, gneets for only uliat tliej order MGffP EIPRKSS COOK sosrs' COFFEE HOISE, (.01 uei Wiishmgton and Waritn streets, East cud of K R Depot, Sviacnsc Tins Ht ttl long uid faioribh is kept ON MT L0KOPEAN CENTIME JIETATJC BACKED 4KBROrYPB3 Vnd thu Bogus ones sola bv other? Itemeinber' thi TABEE HOLLAND'S GA1LSBY dl dlf 1 l o deal foi them foui bovt, ,f t had ew-the% wsobcwnfnlM.dBprghdj "Xo said sho lafcn 1 sot t jrood deal on em out we spoil em too mucL X0, no I the? ic veil behaved children and by fCiacious, bajs I, pietendmg to be startled by v stitk lesunblaacc bcUeen the bovs and the f uhei I looked at Mr Smith I uc% a did sec equal to it says I joui en es, mouth forehead and per- fect pictuie of hair bir tapping the old- ebt tiie I thot-ght Mrs Smith ould 1m c died 1 ilbn at that, hei arms fell down bj hei and she the hoiibe laJBn Do j ou think so Col Jones saul she, looking toward Mr Smith and I. thought she'd go off m a fit Tas says I I do Haw, hav, hav tays Mr' Smith, kind o' half j ou are tob hard on me now with your jokes'" I ain't jofan' at aU says I, the} are handsome children, aoid do look wonderfully like you." Just then a gal brought a light in, and whew if the httle biats didn t turn out to be even one of cm' ind their heads curlejalloier' Mr and Mrs Smith never any childien, and they sort o' petted them niggers as plaj things. I never lelt to sti eaked as I did w hen I found out howthineu stood If I hadn't fossed the things I could a got ON er it but kissing 'em ed I mw in earnest OF THB COVK e accommodated with Jleafe it aUhoir 01 Iho LADIES ROOM FAYEVrK t. D POMiBOY, Propuctor No filistFa-v otto street WIKES AOT) SPIBITS ,1S 20 i an awn and Mhrankee, 10 46 P JULTO9 MOVIUS, Mtatecuoa to all C J AND KANSAS WABASH AND GEEAT WESTERN K E LINE Tlio most direct, pleasant and Quickest route from the riSTERN STATES, louiarillo Bloomingtou ST LOH13 ASD ratoge, Wtttour tstrces ihe S 0 POMEROY B tid flransnllo changes by this Kouta than uy othws miteainciiatancoM-vod1 KEADt J9-AU changes are maJo at Union Dopola, and B anlt no cbarge for hmdline 5 f freight will flnd thie Hue unrivaled for dispatch THY THIS ROUTE! for Tickets via Toledo Eight rods South Central Bailroarl IKWI SYRACUSE General Stage and Omnibus Depot for the plucs mmea bolow and immediate stations AftD DBPARTLRKS to and from Cv TKE PEHLXB'S BABGAIK. One day a to-pedler with an asaortment ol knick-knacks, armed at a village, and call- ed at one of the houses, to sel} his -wares Alter disposing of a fev articles to the ladj ol the house, w ho seemed to live m the midat ot children, she decl-uredher inability to huy more for the aut of moncj But marm, ain't ou got any rags "None to sell, sir" aaidhe jou seem to have plenty of children Will yon sell me one for tii -nare? "What wiE you give, Ten dollars for one of them "In good Oh yes, marm, the best "Well, sir, it is a Ixtrgain She then handed one of the urchina to tiu pedlei, who, surprised that the oflervas ac- cepted jot confident that the mother would not part with her boy, placed him in the and supplied the ivoman with the taa Bntoi of ten was made up feiiaiS certain that the mother M -wd hei child, seated himself by the side of the boy, who yag much pleased with the idea of having a ride. The pedler kept his eye on thehouse, expecting to seethe vomanhasten to redeem the httle one, and rode off at7 slow pace Afterproceeding some distance he began to repentiis bargin and turn back. The woman had just finished ornamenting her dre-sser vnhtm, Well, I thmk the boj is too small. I guess you had better take him back again and let me have the ware "No sir the bargain was fair, and YOTI Apple ud Cherr, a Porter J'iTa) 6T Nort GREENTYAV3 ANB PORTER HOUSE. BEST ALES .ViSB POKtKR Surprised at this, the pedlar ejKlauned: vv ny. marm how can you think of "Oh, sir, we would like to sell all of oui PauPers fol Collars .1 head." mtri l rl at ae door, the tin rattled, and the pedler measured the ground 1 he Qeneral Eastern Agent. o SHROUDS ln "I' casoswhen rcqullcd and pa is bo ,p.rcd logno entire MtWaolfon and re "m ncwwanSr ctnd w 1th tlio prtporntlons for burial REDUCED PRIcn Olllco Opuii Ba> nnd i I k IM> i oniomlM r the number, 6t, bODTQ t S1UFT -ffin Ucsidoi to 1M South Sillim IrocL this citj and county dc9 tr UU mur Allaatle Monthl, fo J. tiari r inmenrlnj: a new wper's Monthls [ho Unmiiac for 1SS9 Jiit recoh ml anil to- snlo at PECK 58-09 _ TTOITEK AHBANQEMENT LAKE HUBQN RAI1WAT FOB DETROIT, CHICAGO, AND CHICAGO a London S 42 (breakfast Detroit 1 io r M f at Chicago withallU.es Weft, n- coimeot at Dctrolt Proprietor, IRi" A IIBET c INAKD UGUA'OLD STOCK, C VNADA PALE, PALE, LOMIOY POKTM! AM) SCOTCH 4LE In Bottles and on Draught 1118 U3tu JAUE3 n On and after Monday, ember 29th GOING WffilH c Rome, 1 SOOjl Connect nt at Watertown Potsdam andm and at Capo intent with Ferry Boil for nCW nud Grand TrunL Railway r U eCapeViiiceat TMi, ir Freight SILVER iSD PLATED PIANO TOMBS AND MELODEONS SHEET MUSIC, conalontly betog replomahod lih W ITCHES CLOCIvS will be promptly don. or 13 "ng lu Ollr to R T.cket Office HO M SOU5B STBEPT WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY and oflbi to the GROCERIES. HAVE JXTST HKCEIVED, Coffoe Sugars lot) do Crushed Powdered do lOOhbds Muscovado and P R do iOO half ohest 1 HTca Sil Powder and Imperial do rf Bfe.-f.st do es M E and Laver Raisins syuns> different qualities Mid Gto Bank Codflsh bls No 1 2and3JIackorcl oO boxes Scotch Horrinj; 400 No 1 and Scaled SOO do Jvo 1 aad.1 ile Sonp im Mo 100 butts Ca-v cndisb Tobacco 2oOdoz Broom" i 'Wholesale Grocers, rabo toftoo, J_, AXB Doinsnc racrre, C rcen ,ud Bned, ih great varleoes, Vml th ug in this hilt of buamcss Having chanced mj location from No Franklin Buildings, to NO off EAST GHiKBEE S3M3FJ, Courier Buildings, Tor a more capacious store, and purchasing all of oods foi u lih I am prepared 1 sell am artlclo in nil no of trade cheaper than can bo bought elsewhere I tudj tojltaiu nnilmj jnoltois Quick Sales and Small Fronts inomeacilt PETER SMITH, JH .14 dtt Iw 60 f Gcneire street, Courier iulldings A QTTAXXR COSHERED. Old Jacob J. was a shrewd Quaker mer- chant in Burlington, New Jersey, and like all shrewd men was often a httle too smart for himself. An old Quaker lady of Bmtol Pennsylvania, just over the river, boucht some goods at Jacob's store whes he wa. absent, and m crossing the river on her -war home, she met him Aboard the boat and a. was usual with him upon such 'he immediately pitchedinto her bundle of eoods and untied it to see what she had been buy- Oh saj s he, how much a yard did ou gn e for that, and that, and that T tat inf BP the several pieces of goods She told him the price without, howlver sajuw whei e she had got them. I could have soli those goods foi so much ayaid said he nentaoiung a price a great deal lower then she had paid You know I can underseU everybody in the and so he went on criticising and undervaluing the goods fall he boat reached Bristol, he was mvit- ed to.go toihe old ladj's store, and where there the goods were spread out on the counter, and Jacob as asked toeiamme the goods again, and say the price which he would have sold them at pel yard, the old ladj, meanwhile, taking a memorandum bhe then went to the desk and made out a bill of difference between what she had paid and the price he told her tnen, comme up to him, she said, 6 JTow, Jacob, thce is sure thee could havo sold thosa goods the price thee menfaon- Oh, now, j saj s he "Well then, thy young man must made a mlstake for I goodl from thy store and ot course. Inder tte Jacob being thus cornered, there's your mother c; r don't belong gentleman drops hu umbrella and apphes his gloved hand to his abdomen as though in great mental distress SPAPLR   

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