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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 12, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY D. J. HALSTED CO. SYBA.OUSE, 1859. VOL i.; No. Ill, PRICE TWO CEKTS CENTRAL COURIER, I'LTBUSIUB rVBlY MORMX. (SbS'DArS KXCWTKU) BY D J HA1STBD QO Mnn LII HOTTOOHIIHT Afo OH.MHU sis OSOXBiOA C011TY, t T I 1% K DOLLAHjT I'KK ANNUM. ItKMS AUVBKTI4IJ.O ia VAKIIA Osa I l'Lj du Ono s 1 monlli U 1 00 I 60) i 60 3 SO I! 00 10 00 do do do do A i t 1 month, 8 a :o 0111 lliiu, 1 inunth, J I) WttlLY 60 1 00 1 60 2 00 3 60 6 00 10 00 t 60 76 t 00 1 2S 3 Ot 00 U 00 bo Umuiixs CwU In Inn oxcxxllugfour not iccompanlwl by illrocUom Till bo liaorlixl unUl lorblil, mil Cor einlbltloM, Conc.ru, IK W rharlwl V> iwr win, to addition lo tine I.uci.it. No-raw charged al the ram hy "tatitw LV occupying two or Sli Choice of locallcn In lho coiumnii ctorged   publUncxI every morn ng (SimdiYS oscoptud) at por annum or 10 conla per KOOK for any shorter porloil, payable lo the Carrlora If de llvcrod In tho City o-Invariably In luUaneo, If (tent by Mall Tnr Wc-xtY touiurn la published every Saturday, and mill K! to 111} p il i of tho coinlry or delivered at the onUo to reeul ir subscribers 60 per annum, In auce No ntlbscrlptlou will bo on tlie books accotnpaii d by the taouoj BUSINESS GAUDS. Z. II. WRIGHT, ObNtKAL COLLKCTOK, Offlou, No l> biutablo Block ilia illf JOHN C. HUNT, ATTOKNtY AND COWNStU-OB AT LAW, nSl tf CorlntUIan Syracuse, K Y I, IV LAW OFHCr, n37 dtf Vo Ikistabla Block, J. HI. BAKJBIt, I PAINTER, BASTAIIUS BLOCK, ROOM No 20 Shades, Hags and Dlock Hits. 2. II. WRIGHT, DRES3 1IAKRR. No 01 Gut Wiublngtov street Formerlj Ml-s Saralj 1 Bllcj dU (lUf MO1.JLOY ft OKAY, ATTORNEYS ANT) COUNSSLLOB3 AT LAW, No 3 Orangor Dlock, Syraonie, K Y M. W 1A3CKX, on-nt, aocaE AS-D orncs, B Poatofflco Oulldioj, AI.KXANDEK. VBTERIS'ART 9URQEOX of Hawloy antl Lodl dinan lalniia Alo Home, Church llrMl nad Dog3 for Halo (13   Orer Kortoa, S, do 'M Hnritnara Start, No 27 Korlh M romx Jjrl u j V. BUtTVJV, iTTORNFY AVI) COUNSELLOR Vt I W In Murblo Bulldtar, Vo 3 bjilinn Btroot, Hoim, bj IACUBU J> 1 !l D. A. A. T. SMITH, MKdlANItAI AND SURQFON DESTTSTo OOlco NOK 1 and J Piko Block, Syracuse JeSSJIy JOSEPH IV. LOOMIS, AND COUNSEJLLOH Al I So' Witting Block, J 1 >or N Y JOHN SVUJVAX, irnOLBUUI AXD NrTAlL DIUUItt IV JTORHQN AMD No 30 WAHHI.X nnxr, Four Doom Bolow SI Charlen Hotol, huacuso.N Y dlSdtf D. (Succc.iaora to Ritchie JL I V1IOLHUUI AHD HTtJUJ. DKJILK119 IN GBOCtBIES, Fork, Smoltwl Choeeo Butter, Lard, Woodon Waro, Fish, Salt, Cider. Vlntgai, Flour, load, Utal, Ac KorolijU and Domestic wluo ami Llqnori Xofl 8 and 10 James street LaLOt die dtr Joirv IJHUB, JK (T. HOGA9T, TAILOR, Vfould respectfully Inform lho Inhabitants of Sy ill) hM made special arrugcramU fur BtOUttJTNO PRESSESO AND RSPA1IUNO In tho boot manner, at NO 18 MONTGOMERY STREET, Opposite tho Block, a ho la prepared to rrcolva nil orders entrusted to lilfl rCutUng and Making dene to order ilg >S3in F YOU -WAITT TO SVPPI.Y YOWBSEI4VHS 'WITH fBOOTS AND SHOES, TO TUS SYRACUSE BOOT AND SHOE STOEE IW1ETING BLOCK, OppoUo Syracuao llxise oOdtr TTKAL.TTI AND KCONOIUY. FARMEBS, JUIdlAMCb, And oxsrybody In want of Good, Homo Ifodo, Water Proof BOOTS AND SHOES, Fox TUK FALL AND WIVTJJR TRUE3DELL WALLACE, >o 7 Franklin Buildings, Gonesce streol> TUo stand formerly occupiod by McDougill, Fonton k Cu reniiEKtruUy request of jou examination of tho BEST AND CHEAPEST btock of BooU and Shoes IH er onorctl to tho retail trade in SyrnuaHo comprising Mon's jnti Cull, Kip, Thick and Rubber Boots Udies Calf, nnd Morocco, Lace aoil Congress Boots, together with a large and varied Including deatrable style uml qualit) of Cddlos' aud Uflntlomia s, Youths'and lulfaut s B0013, SHOK3 AND RUBBERS goads m o ulmoat cly of our own manufnc lure, and warranted aupertor in and quality to all others in the mat kit bolwHhstaudlng tho In tUo price or Ix.alh.or, aro stiU selllug at the LOWHJT PANIC PBJCE3 OF LAST WIMEP, For Cash Only Do not throw away your moncj on worthies'! goods when for trifling advance you can obtain an article isorUi double the amount JW description of Mork raade to order, to tho most od styles, at tho lowest poMible ugurea Uealera supplied witli a superior article of Men s Boys' and Youths' kip anil Coarso Bools, Ladles' Lace and Con gross Boott, of our uvm manuraUure, at (ho lowest rates for 1Mb. jrUUBaDFLL TVALLACE, No Franklin Buildings, dll dim Geueaoo street, Syrubuso TJOOT8 AND SHOKS, LE.ITHEK ANU FISDIiNGS U. S TI L W L L' a 8 0 N 8 NO 30 SORTH SALINA bTREEl, lorhocs aiock, (tormoily Una just rocolrwl HITY THOUSAND DOLL IBS flORIH DOOTS AiND Direct from Eastern Moaufuctnrors, Which they are proparetl lo sell from 15 to 2ft per lower Ihau any other uilablljhmiint In tlila city Tuny taken luhantaga of the bald times and bought lur cash con at pricea that doly computltion TuoU' stock comprises or) thing m tha line of HOOTS, SHOtiJ, AND HNDE.W tlioj keep eonstnntl) on hand liens' Lip, Blnck, Cnlf and Patent Lealhei Boots Of ei er% BI> lo and prtgo Atao laaiw1 Prunella, Joxed Plain Congress (Jailers, Morocco, Calf, Kip and Lnamollcd Boots a general assortment of ant! Children's Work Thoy have Jual rowlvod UvKO additions lo tho t of Solo Loulher, >reneh Skto, Upper Kips, aad every thing in lloo Hndings, which they offer prices They wlllscll you good freah work of then- manufacture, and Bulumwoik of the best oMilits- ax low as you can buy old stotk In an> store la the Work made to order and warranted Re member tho place, N'o 30 NORTH aiuvi Snuscr, dclO dtf VorlMOT Bloek, (lorn Empire CHKTHAHlhasjustTeuirnetl from NnwYorkwIil a large and assortment oC the latest styles o GENTLEMEN'S TVlilch are open for lho inspaction of'hw old customer and siieh now ones na ehoose to iaaV.o him u call Ho to do TAIIORING BUSINESS and irranls all garmonts ol hm in ike lo ill lo iiuu irtigiiuu i Wallace, GcuNiec racuso ill? dtf 000 Hoi I Amu..-------; v lu loouwini anu onti itotno liuilior of Tablesil't, Gnmoi, 4c Iky reull Clwan Tor> or reull of PECIv'S, BOOK ultra pluu.6, r eUetl and for B R PUCK, No 7 Eaw Oenesoo Hire nt CITY NOTICES OJPFlGn OP THE TKJS YSU1U2R I) TAX niCUVEK, Snucun, beccmbir 16tli, 1868 1AV Is that -ho Tnl Holla lor Counl> TUUI foi Hie sneral nrds of tho olu ofbJiHcusi) lor tin MJOT IboS wlllithv warrants of Snpon Iwri aiuclui 1, bun plnuM mi hands for callcUlon, nnd nil pnrsons nama 1 llmrehi ar) iiqul od to ml. at my afllto in Un. City (lull, Uia amount ot (heir on or before tho llrsl d ly of Ftbi uai} usulni. for the iliitu wr-oks following the dan of tula uotlco. mis person pa> lit- her or their tauiur and Suilo toxas, b> pttjiny one LCUL TLDS LhoiiKin allor tbo plrntion of lira tinm aroriiald, thriw per rent toua will be adttod md collictod ui to the lirst of tcbruary after utikhthi, unoi i Milling unpaid will i" the bund.-, of in otlli or dulv uulh jruul to t-olltct llm Homo at requlri d by the charter HOR4CF TVHEATON, Trohaurftr uuil TM Keccl ur CITY CLERK'S Slrniuso, Nov 19th 18S8 Locu. AwxsaxiiKT Vo Is hen by given tbat tbo asstwment roll fnr (Ing stonosldowjlk on llwiiests It, or ill-oat from tbo Globe Bullllngg to street, has been loft with tho Treasurer mtl lai. ReccUor foi collu tlou, to whom iniiry person corporation or asjjocHtiou may paj his, htir or lljoir assessment fo! Hlxt) from tho dato of this notice, as follows tor ten ctaj a w ithout lor ton daj a lliLM caflm at one per cent fuo, for twenty tlais su  cmont bus been Qled m this ofllco and will lomain open subject to Inspection for ton days fiom tlio (Into of tins llotite, duilng which time auy poison inaj examine thu sumo Tho As stasoiq uill meet at tlilb oIUco on Uio 16th mst, at 10 o clock J M to hear an> obJLCtiOJB to said assess tuotit, uud coi rcU tho 51 no If nceeasan aOtf FAMfS S riTIPBTtr fllcrk CITY CnKRK'S OPFICK, Snucroi, 5th Crrr la hoieb> giioil that all ntcounti to ictolvo llin attonlion of tills lloftril, toguhor with Ibo piopoi vouchers s-uno, must bo loft w Ith tho CIl} Clerk on or before tba lotb mf t B> ord n ol tht Uum tt JAMES fc Uerk O A LABORERS 'WANTED I Imnuicllnteh ou OUU Publli, Works Apply to ofilc.8 No 4 Eaitablo Arcade Syracuse, Boo 28lh, 1863 E A KING THE U. S. AROHY, ABIJ5-BOB1ED HEtf, Tow-horn will bo RhonCOODPAT EOAKD, OLD THBiC and MEDICAL ATIENDANCE Pay from to per month but good! id sobor men, 5 foct fl Inches high, will b ao Apply at TSO 60 Woat "W-Uer stroot W A WINDER lit LI iMArUUciy, Sj-racnae Boo 1, ISoS dtf Keuuitlng OfBcor HAIXl sow OFE-TOG vr ansA 10 SOUTH SAIIWA OUR TALL IMPORTATIONS, Making our Stocl FULL ANB COMPUSTIi In all Itfi doparttnonta Our impoi tatious of CROOKEEY t Aro from the boat mauufactoi loa Ut Euiojw Our Glass Waro, Hrlltania, Hanlbhoci nntl Plated Waro, Table Cutlory, La Gas Fixtures, otL Arc from the best manufactoi ics In America, cnabltog u1] to aoll our customoi s tbo host quality of goods at tha lens ost possible rates e baTO also a largo stock of LAMPS, LAMP, tho most popular Lamp ot tho times, a'froat vai lety of styles Wo ai e soiling tho Korosonc Oil, aud ihall bo constantly OAS PUTIN G AND HXTERE3 Wo aro tlio only Agents in this city of tho celebrate! Gas. Fixtures of Cornelius S: Baker, of Philadelphia We iro prepared to run Gas Pipe into Dwellings, Stores, Churches fcc by competent -woikmeu Also, alter over old Lamps to Kerosene or Bluid Fixtmrc3 renewed in Gilt or Bronze, at short notiee TLTOD GAS FIX1UMS A well selected stock for the Loveless jnd patent burners HOUSE FUKMSinNa GOODS In this department wo cannot DO excelled rho public are rcspectTullv invited to call and ovmuuo or tboinsolves n29dlap21 S p PIEECC CO MlbCELLANEOUb WINPEB LAKBSHOEE imliig n cliroc! uiul route from NIUURA TALT-S BXTF1AIO UO) ULfQliwd, Columbus, CuicltmnU, TaleOo, Chicago, 1U1 aicna, RocL Island) BurlUujVcm Dubiiquo lAiil Cairo, St Louis, and ill poluW in the AYest uul Until Turtbor notict Trains will BuflkJo fiomEx chaugt, btreet tis iollowa, (biiudttjs 11 10 M VrrKca at Dunknk 1 40 T M Eiio 1 45 P M eland 7 JO" To kito Clvdo) 12 30 y Chicago 11 30 A u wllh Ualus tit Chicago for tho Horlh and South oN miGRjurr 1 00 i u at Dunkirk B.25 v M (supper.) Erio (l 00 P M ClG-velaurl C M foletio 3 26 p it coniKLtmh NigUt Mai! TTJUU loavmg loluk at 12 60 4 11 u An cs at Dunkirk 4 40 A ic Ijic 0 fiO A u 31 00 t M, mine folodo i 33 r y. and 4 30 A M ton ULoUng with morning trains from Chicago b> nil tho -various ncs The trains connect at lor Columbus, IndionujwliB Cnicinuati ni d till points Sonth, Joa'v ii g Clo'volancl as follows ia Columbus, 11 30 A M mid 8 10 t> ac Via Cl> da and ton at 11 40 A M aid S 00 r M Vrcoii modntlon Tinins li avc Clevolanil for SanduBk> at 4 JO i M Ri turning Icavet SwiUusfcy 7 00 A M nnd ar i ivce at olund 11 1C A conuocling with liuil Train for tho East Connections ai o also made at Toledo fs tth tho TOT EDO, -VVABASH AND WESTERN BAILROAD, lot lort Wayne, Wabash Pciu? Loganaport Fajettc DanviHo, Springfield and St Loma, leaving Toledo at 116 A M and 9 00 P M jKg- Bagg igo Checked Through to Cincinnati, Toledo, niicajfo, fct Louis Jlthiaukee, and nil principal points West and Southwest jOQf Tickets b> this ronto can he obtained at al! tho pi nit pal Ticket Ofilccs n the United Stalo, and iu Buffalo, at tbe Compan> s Ticket Offloe, Excbaogo street Dopoi Also, ut tho GoHcriil Union Ticket Office, 17 Ex thauye street "WM R BVRR (116 Qonaral Agent, Buffalo YOKK CENTRAL KAILnOAD JM WTNTER ARH Commencing Monday, Noveinbor 29, 1868 GOUNG SYKACOSE 3 60 A M 1 si, stops at Chitteuango and and Homo 7 A s stnbitting Mail stops at al! stations 11 36 i and Now York Express stops at Chit and Rome J 10 l M and Albany Accommodation stops at all stations GOIN'G SYRACUSE 6 16 A si ect Road) New York Mail stops at Clyde and Fairport 7 00 A M Road) Accommodation stops at all stations 7 20 A M Boad) Distributing Mall slops at all stations 2 15 p u Road) Albany and BtuTalo Express btups at all stations 2 401 M Road) Albany and Buffalo Eipross 3tops at all stations S M i M Road) Now York Express stops at Jordan, Port Bylon, Clyde, Lyone, Newark Palmyra intl Fairport 8 40 r it Road) Distrlhnbng Mail stops at all stations a 10 00 p H Poad) Emigrant stops at Warner's, Canton, Weedsport and Savannah Tho only trains going East on Sunday, leave Syracuse at 365 A M Tbo only trims going West on Sunday, leave Syracuse at 5 16 A n and 10 OOP n Tbo 5 15 A K tram will not run on Monday mornings C VIBBARD, General Srponntendent Syracuse, Iw 1 St te me tl s al It i LisLarilW t JO i M 1 itssct fcLi i 1 1 re Pi i blu[ at 1 ul ion I iintot "Hurt VUllttmsulK. en n eting at wilh Irn s i-A--t t ul I OOP mtl I lit stoipmi, it I nl ton Uuiison s and IMliiMtiM illf1 contiectn bvr iciise Li ilj-i I isl ml Lot U Sil M I Irain 1 an 11 i t. p i r it BaUlw illSTlll s and 1 ull3 i 9 JO i ind 1-reigbt Fnin si n ing tRiU winsvillo Ij.ituaon i and 1. till i j f illi stopp it all still in GLO SLD M U illiMi tend lit igo Vm K Sow oik SYRACUSE, BlftOH T WINrER AM> On mid after Mondij Dccembo: 0 180b Tr ins 11 i n follows connettini, Lbo on tlio Ntv> "ioik inU 1 iloPwil, Tot NLW 1 oik and Bufliitu 4 10 i M TVening Expieeh connecting th Ciprcea Trims on the V> 1 in I Ij-to Road tJist and West LEAVL BINGHLM10N 10 A si Morning ess connecting b the Butrjilo And Nuw York Lspro s on tlK Yoi k Co i trai Railroad 6 20 i M TJXeninp: Csprcss on tlio u n il Of IjtproKS Plains from Nuv "ioik and Buffalo i onuecting w itli Uio Ira ns Cast and "Weal on the is Y C K R Thiongb Tickotb to Flm rn Corn ng, ic bo pro curod at tho ofllcc of tin United fctatts coi th 5alina street aud at the olficc comor ol Onomligi ,iul Dili ton stroota dCdawtf J M TIUPORTASTT ?f OT1CE HEBIO V At. Tho well known UNDERTAKING EEfTABIJSHSiEira: of CHARLES BUST SON, tormoily al 41 South cihna cet, has been i emoted to tho elegant and simcious store in the Piko Block 56 SOUTH SALINA STREET, Directly Opposite the Tint Prabyltnaa Ctnmlt Where can alw bo found thuit appoitmnint, to the buslnecs, viz COFFINS Rosewood, Mahogany, Black Walnut, Oak, Butternut, Chony, Pine ,and O> EVERT STYIA QU 1IJTY 4NTD SIZF CRAKE'S PATENT METALLIC BUBllZ, CASKET! Which for durability and fur superior to any tiling heretofore used for tho put pose It ta oblont, iu boantitully umshod in Imitation of Rosewood, elaborately oruajnentod, tho top ol heavy plato glass, thus presenting a full view of the body, and when sealed up Is perfectly air tight, and impervious to water, lendormg it invaluable as a matins oC transporting Hie body of a de ceased friend to a. distant part of the country for sepulture, as It prevents tho iproatl of contagion, and for a time ir rests tho progress of decomposition All that is repulsive has been dlscuded in acrangemont and shape nnd jet It retains iu the fullest extent all tlio requMtep of ui apmo prime rcceptaclo foi the (lead SHROUDS, Of Wei ino, Dalmuo, Cambric, to ir Also, anil Hnndkcrcbicts, kept constantly on huml or made al sho> t notice Handlcb Hates, Boxen, antl cnory variety of Tnmmmgs in oudlois, iniantitj Splendid iu readiness lor City or Cc-unti v UBQ ut all hours of tin da> or night Carriatos furnished and lutoinientfa piocurod in any Cemetery In the city or adjommr towns jgf I ersomil In ull cases when required and no piiins will bo sinied to 15179 entho and le lleve tho Irlouda or the m.iny njjpleasant cotmcclod ith the preparations for burial GMjVTLY REDUCED PRICIB Office Open Day and Night 43- Please lemerabei tho number, JO- He SOUTH SAL1N4 STRTT Residence, 110 South balina Ereet CDAb RUST it SOff RLS1 A. faON the etclush o right, for using li-ump'3 Patent Corpso lor IMs city nnd county tlcO tf 1808-9 WIN1ER ARRjUSGEMEST 18S8-9 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, VI V SUSPENSION BRIDGE TO TORONTO, DETROIT, Chicago, St Milwaukee, Kocfc Island Burling ton Paul, Galena Bubnquti, Cairo, Qulncy, Madison, Foud du Lac and all points Iu the WEST AND SOUTHWEST Trains tho Suspension Bridge as Iollowa, Stindaya ACCOMMOnATlOV C 30 A M Arrives at Hamilton 9 OB A M Toronto 11 05 M BAY EIPRBSJ 11 45 A ii ing U Hamilton at 1 35 F Toronto 4 05 P Detroit 10 10 r M Chi cago 11 15 A Jl connecting with all linos Tvest, North aud South ACCOMMODATION 3 45 p H Airiving at Hamilton 5 45 r M Toronto 8 40 i 31 London 9 30 i v 3 15 A M Ariiviug at Detioit at 1 30 M (dinner Chicago it 4 00 A M connecting with all lines as abovp tef Trains leave Toronto for Hamilton 7 40 A M 12 20 and 415PM Ti ains P Detl olt la Detroit and Milwaukee Rail way, as follows Foi Johns, 800 nnd SOO? M for Gmnd Haven tnd Milwaukee 10 40 p M JUS- Through rickets for alt points West nnd Southwest can bo obtained at the Ticket Olhce of the Now Iork Con tral Depot Erie street, and of Milton Randall, Agent Union Office, No 17 Exchange Buffalo JULIUS MOVILTS, f J BRYDGES, Gcn'l Agent, Buffalo, N Y Managing Dn ectoi Hamilton, C W dtf QT. LOUIS ANJD KISS AS WABASH AST) Q-BEAT WBSTFUN R B LINE ThA most direct, pleasant and quickest route from tho LASTEKN ST4TE3, lo Ijtfajelte, Logansport, Decatnr, Spring Held Naples Iiidianapolib, Pooua Alton Louisville Bloommgton fcT LOUIS KANSAS ExiircsoTiainslc-nc Union Depot, Toledo, immediately on armnl of iiains fiom the East, ami run du ectly through without any except sufflcioni time for Meals Direct connections are imtie At Fort TVajne, for Columbia Plymouth and Chicago Peru, for Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisa illo At Lafayette for New Albany, Terro Hauta, and Evansville Two less changes by tha Route than by others, and 85 miles in distance saved I Do not be deceived bj Bills of other Lines, recommend ing inferior and ve-'j much longer routes, but secure pas sage by this well built and equipped line It Is owned and controlled by Eastern Railioo.il Men, and is run it ith a view to please the cler and safety fST Ml changes aie made at Itnion Depots and Baggage is checked through and no chirge for handling Shippers of Fi eight will find this hue UDmallod for diapatch TRY rana ROUTE i J8SJ- Call for Tickets via Toledo "VTabasb, andGreatWcat em Route JO- Through Tickets can be procured of all tho Railroad and Steamboat Offices Iu the Eos torn States and Cnnadas G W BAKPLCn GEO R WEED ntU4 General Ticket Agout Genra al Eastern tgent LOBPS FOR TUB KEROSFNC OILb CIHEAT imu i-coNOsn I TV Oil is not explosive, Mill not gjni up a_ olhor oiks, and will not gieiso tho lineal fabric liv iillllng tho Oil on the aame To read or to vreik bj ll is ull tint can bo de sired H The iimonnt of light piocluced from tins Oil is equal to IX SPLH1I ClNDIEfc anil tlio sumo ligot costs but one eent for three houis Cull nnd seo iur and you will be -satisfied file light obtained fiom this Oil -iubrilliunc) thit ofanj other oil or fluid licrotoforo disco-vorcd. posHujs the gi eat mh intage of being BIPLOSI n and i emaif liquid in tho coldest weather and for ife "Olnpiircd with other known light burnci ol 11 is Innip at a slight can bo litac hed lo nnj ordunrv lamp D MotABIBY i. CO 14 md 4bbouth i. ptrtel umy-Uf Solo Agents for tho Kerosene Qll in 1868-09 WINTER ARRANGEMENT 1368-60 BUFFALO LAKE HURON RAILWAY, FOR DCTKOIT C0ICA.GO, ALL POINTS WIST Trims leai o Buffalo (Sundays eiceptcd from Erie street Depot on fcew Yoik time, as follow3 CHICAGO 3 0'> i Jl VrrK mg at Paris 6 52 A M London 8 42 A A Detroit 1 JO p K and" arrives at Chicago at 4 00 A M connecting Lh al! lines West Noilh and fcoulh All through trains c-onuect at Dotrolt with Detroit uid Railway 6 ao i M Paris aud lua at Parts at 10 oO 4 a London all OOP M OniCAQO IXPKBSS. 12 00 M at Pans p M London j 26 p it 101WPI M (supper 1 Ohicato at 11 15 A111 connecting wltti all lines West, North md South 12 00 M -To Stratford and at Stratford at 5 25 P M Godcrich at 7 65 p M Trains arm o ut Buffalo ou New "i ork time as follows 5 00 A M 1 50 and 9 SO P M J03-Tbiough licketa and all information can be obtained al 37 Exchange Btl oet and at the Erio street Depot J UACKIRD1 President T01IN McKILRNAN General Ticket Agent, Buflalo No1, embei dtf rpKE Atlantic jlonthlj for Ja I uar} commencing a no olumo Harper's Monthly for Jnnuai> The American Catholic jMmauac foi 13CI h si ml oad for sale at FBCK S d-9 No 7 iast Gijuesee street} PETERSON'S TI AG .VZUTE FC R J w ith Kxtia I'latea, lasUons, Jic Church Almania for 1859 Received at PECk b Dec 14 7 Diat Gwieaee gtieet CAPE v IN CENT R B TV INTER ARRANGEMENT On nnd after Monday November 2Bth 1868, until fur tbcr notice, Tramb on this Rond will inn as faun s exccpted) GOING NORTH Fome No 1 8 00 A M Mai! 8 10 A M Fro gilt 3 710P Emfeas Connei ting at. atcrtown with 1 ousdam aud Watortown R-iilwav nud at Cnpo Vincent with Ferryboat for ton fl und md Trunk Railway RETURSIflG c Capo Vincent Leave TTttortown 7 20 A Eipress 25 A M Freight 2 30 p M Hail 8 30 A Express 9 25 A K Freight 3 46 p a Mai Connecting at Rome with Now York Cdatrai Railwav U18 CARLOS DCTTOJi, guperialwdUwt S HOTELS GOODRICH'S N GOODP.ICH, Iioprktor Corner 1 aj ette and Clmton streefs dlO dlf bi i acuso N T, i j c Jcil wiih ecto I L ie.uou ol tt !b 3 their I..% boeti ell I Sled Ui tL a communit, md ar" Liiow u to be tuialile TiBLK S Is th bomnful ilt-tulit BeiiAed n HHh aru mnde which tire so g eatl> admired b) Picture lit, pubi L HARTET HOUSE, (On lho Ph i i No 20 East Railroad streot, Opposite tho Gi auger Bloc Syracuse, Y WARM Al ALL HOLES dlOdtf D HARVEY, Piopnotor 1ABLE Is tiio piiioo whei i aro nrule. which.cuno be OSCL! t.d m thiH couutrv md at rt.nuirkiiblo Low TABJDR HOWLAND S Is tL plaoe wheio LFTTERQRAPES ale made loi sending away in letters to distant friends TABEK ii HOWLAND S Is tno place -n here DAGUCKRFOTYPE3 aro made expressly for nil those in want of Clieip laken as low is THIRTY SE7EX CENTS' iND TV iNTFD I Lto anv tnkon in tho city TABEE EEVKNTJE HOUSE, OSWEGO N 'V i'hla new first class Hotol is now for tho reception of guests Its location is central and directly opposite tho Railroad Depot Booms art large and furniture, as wellaa houso, entirely now Hot and cold baths can bo hud at all hours The Hotol will bo kept on bo.h tho European and Ameri emplane S W LUSF, Propnetor Oswogo, July tltf T OVEJOY'S HOTEL, _Lj On. tho corner of Park Row and Boekman strost Opposite City Hall and Park Fountain, NEW YORK. This Hotdl is conducted" on tho Furopean Plan for tho ac commodalion of both Ladies and Qontlcmen FBICBS FOR BOOMS AS FOLLOWS Room for one peraon, 50 cents per t ay Gontlornan and Lady, 00 per day Adjoining tho Ladies' Parlor 13 A PRIVATE RESTAURANT For Gentlemen and Ladles, who] e Meals will bo fin nlshcd at all hours, guests paying for only what they order LIBBY WHITNEY i. CO Beware of a houso in Greenwich strcot, called Lovojoj a House, which la represented "by hackmen and runners to bo it branch of this house, It having no connection what vor with that house n23 dtf JOHN t. COOK SOJVS' COFiEE HOUSE, Corner Washington and Warren Btroets, East end of Depot, byi acuso, N Y Thia Hotel, long and favorably known, is keift ON THE EtJKOPEAT PLAN, With Bam, and sufficient accommodations for tlir country Tnifi is the only Hotol In the cit> where guests can be accommodated with Meals at all hours ol the ua> LADIES' DINTING ROOM, Separate from Gent s Ladles and Gouts will find this very convenient Tho proprietors of this Houso return lo their patrons their thanks for former and solicit   us JS- Porters to com ey Baggage to and from Cars and Omaibui free 93- All pickages or bundles for Omnibus or Deln ery, will receive our prompt attention if left m our cure W G SPRiGUE CO JylT dlf Proprietors Brmtnall's Hotel LIBBT HOUSE, (.UTE -ft Soa 64, 56 and 53 Warren street NEW YORK Proprietor, IRA 4 LIBB'S; Late Clark, Libbj it Co Merchants This Honsc, so well and favorabh known as the ek 13 pleasantly and comementh located in ITarlon street, and but a few steps from the fiont entrance to the Hudson River Railroad Depot It has beon greatly beautified and improved under the direction of the new proprietor, who has rendered it one of tho most attractive, ni, well as tho most convenient ii'st class COMMERCIAL HOUSE In New York being in the v er> luMrt of the Business Quar lei of the city and convenient to all the Steamboat ings and I ailroad Depots Tialeleis arriving by tho Hudson River Eai! oad will please hand iu their checks foi baggage to tho Clei 1 m tbe office, who will immediately send a porter for it Carriages wll! at all times bo m attendanee to com or guests of the House to any part of the eltv Tlie new proprietor is determined that tho old and vi ell established reputation of the W> ckofl shall not suffer in bis bauds, and he pledges himself to pay particular at tent ion to the comfort inci safety of his patrous The w ill at ill times be supplied with the best the market ajforda, and in this respect the Libby House not be surpassed bv any In New "iork H Burnt, Office Uerk with the former letors will remam with him, anJ will be happv to cee his old friends tiewYori Msreh n28 dlf B. co., NO J3 SOUTH STREET Byracuao Would respectfully annonnro to tlio public tbat they keep on hand a largB and choice assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY CompriBinp a great both m style nnd quality to suit the different tastes and requlroments of customers SILVER AND PLATED "WtRE Of the beat quality, and of tha beautiful patterns w 111 be found at our establishment PIANO FORTE3 1ND MELGDEONS Of Tory superior tone and toutli and beautiful tj Is and Qnish, and other Musical Instruments, together ill a gen eral assortment of SHEET MUSIC, Which 10 coobtanUv being rooloniehod -vith new publica lions WATCHES AND CLOCKS Cleaned and Repaired In tbo beet manner bv skillful and experienced wojkmen, and uH Job Work ordered of us will bo promptly done Persons wibhing ai.j thing lu our line will find it to their interest lo call >oitdoor Y Control R R Ticket Office E c HOFF> jAg HYDE. dl3utf Is He ptaco whore they EXCEL hi copying ercry Picture In most cases they TV ill Insure a copy snjicrior tho original Picture TABEK HOWLAND S s tho place you SLO thosa beautiful Pictures m th Revolving Cone Compare the Pictures taken at ttr-er Galleries beside them, aud you will see at a glanco the dit terenco between tho OENTJINE METALIO BACKED AilBBOTTPBH An i tho Bogus ones sold by others Romombor I that TABEB ROWLAND'S GALLEKT NO d, FlUWtUN BUllflING, EAST GEKFSEE-BTEBT, Of THE WINES AND SPIRITS 4 MOORE, KECTBTEK AND WHOLESALE DRJI.ua in Foreign and Domestic LIQUORS. WIMS ALE TER and CIGARS No 80 Jamee stree' dlOdtf TOHW H. CTOIUUS, deatei tl In Foreign TVINES, LIQUOES and CIGAHS, Iio 3 Towns end BlocL Sjraeuse, N Y jeSOdtf MCANAKDAIGVA AUB_ MOFFAT HAST1E tho Celebrated Canindiugua Ale Office door East of the Cmntjl Clerk i Office, on Wtttcw Street A superior article of SCOTCH and ENGLISH PORTER constantly on and supplied to customers at FIYj DOLLARb PER BARREL The Canandaigua lie is the most popular beverage in th  Ior Muscat." Longworthy'a Dry and Spark and Gins of Moder Cologne inil other brands Tamaica, St Cron and New England Rums Irish and Scotch Whiskies 'Blackberry Peach Apple and Charrv Bran die? London, Scotch and Philadelphia Porter For sale by JAYCOX GREEK, doldtf No 67 Norto Salina street GREENWAY'S A1E AJTI> PORTER HOUSE. It is w ith pleasure that the proprietor of this old hshed informs his many patrous that ho has now a large s'ock of the BEST ALES AND PORTEK That aro manufactured m tho States, and Liquors tho bw in the world of which IIP Invites all to call and trr Among the best Ales are the following brands GRrENWAY'S XX nnd X.1X, CANAND OLD STOCK CANADA PALE, And MOFFAT'S PALL recommended by the Medical Faculty as healthy bev erages LONDON PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE, In Bottles nnd on Draught d3m JAMES R MAMi GROCERIES. HAVE OUST JRECBJtVjBjD, and oObr to the 1V trade, bbls Coffee Sugars, 150 do Crushed Powdered do 100 hhds Mu'scovido and P R do 200 half chest Y H Tea, 200 do Old Hyson, Gun Powder Imperial do J 100 do Oolong, Souchong and hnghah BreaVTost do 300 boxes M K and Layer Raisins, IjO bbls Svrups, different qualities 500 qtls Grand and Geo Bank Codfish, 100 bbls No 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel, oO boxes bcotch Herring, 100 do No 1 aud Scaled Herring, 300 do No 1 and Pale Soap, 200 bags Rio Lagmra aad Maracabo Coffee 100 butts (.asendish Tobacco doz Brooms J t GREEN 1126 d2m Wholesale Grocers, 6" North Sauna atreot SMITH, JH, Dealer In] GSOCEEira ISJONS, TEGETAJBLES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC rRUlTS, Grcea and Dried, in groat varieties, And ervthing in this line of business Having changed !ocitloil from No 7 Franklin Buildings to NO 58 EAST GENESEE STREET, Courier Buildings, Tor a more capacious "tore and purchasing all or m> gooclb for cash, I am prepared to soil articlo m mv lino of trade cheaper than can be bought elsewhere I to please, my motto la Quick Sales and Small Proflts One mo a call 1'ETER SMITH JB d4 dlf No 59 E Geneaco sUrcct, Courier Buiklings T OlNDtON colored and pUUn Wonders JU of Vnlurc ind Art (Juv enile The JUurloa Ladies Ma0az no (new The Physician's Hand Boole of Practice for 1S5B Pictorial papers, and all weekly magazines tho N cw Year, supplied rtgular at Peck'sBootatore, 7 E Et THE ElVIL'S TEA-KEHTE lierp is probablj no. portion of lho Conti lent ifFordba. Celd for gi cal rebeaicb thxn the Great Basm of De- soiet 01 Lull In thatsuliTaij unciplored e-jjion ate main >us saltlakos ,the ;i_s of 1( si i elii. wa'c-b of which are o m u't.giiatod with sahno matter hit vie little Icis tli m immenhe reser- o1 sxit m hoHition t rnera mtssn tier lor hunuicclb ot throciijh bterilu tiiilob md it Icng'h i dibajr- m In debuts Imuieribe de- >OMts> ot --oux LiiibC tho -niter m ocafn ns to stethe ind et.ce like boil- LUiMions of milphur, and ot hot stei tnouptaips ot snow md burning pi x smiling A s ist deposits of Mibtemi LIU ice thebe aud a tkous nd othci ire to be n in :hc Crreaf AirfCT an U sin Liouttnat'tSvw- tolle ot the 10th Infxntu vrhilo on the ic- tntmaich xoiobs tiie continent it a point xbovitloitj nuleafiom route hibt bOikes tbe lluinbolt, ba.wd'vcrv gul xi natmvl ci'riobttj >_oa ph-" ment, tno" dcMl t, kettle', On the A er} xpex ol comc-xl shaped luound pbont feet in height, -xn unfath- omable nnniiti ic lake ot water liacl no appaient outlet or inlet Tbe watei was quite tepid and perfectly translucent and its surface as nearly on a el tho top of the cone -which contained it Various ere made to fathom this curious basm, but no bottom could be found At the distxnce of foiti feet fiom the base of the mound x number of gushing fountans, the watei of winch was mtenselj bot Can one PipUm the mjslery ot tea-kettle wile Democrat TOKOETTING XAMES have a ery uncer- fcun and nurehable memoi} of naaiea, says an exchange Meeting t-sv o friends the other to each tve wished to introduce e could not, had it been to save oui editorial existence, remem- bor theu names' A rather awkward posi- tion for all pames A fuend of oius once to call upon a young lady, hose name entirely lamsbed from hismemoiythe moment the servant opened the door Robinson's cousin Baul he, coughing and scraping A 30img man -n-ent to be married for- got his ov, n name at trie-most important part, and the ceremony had to be delaj ed, until ne could remember it Fancy bun whispering, afiiighted, to the jouag "What is it, Sarah? Oh' I The following case is authentic: A gentleman of our acquaintance in W------met a young fellow, a day or two after the mony had taken place So, Tits, they say you have been getting married So they responded Tite. Who did you marry, Tite Why, I married a girl on the hill here said Tite. PSALMS OF D ID annexed eloquent extract is from a lectme by Henry Giles: Great tas been their power mthe world. They resounded amidst courts of the taber- nacle, they floated through the lofty and solem space ol the temple They were sung glory in the Halls of Zion, they were sung with sorror, bj the streams of Babel. And when Ibarel had passed away, the harp of David was still awakened in the Church of Chi ist In all tiie ages of tbat Church, from the hj run which it first whispered m an upper chamber until its anthems filled the paith, the inspiration of the royal prophet has enraptured its devotions and ennobled its rituals Choruased by the winds of heaven, they have swelled throughout God'a own temples of skies and they rolled over the broad desert of Asia, m the matins and vespers thousand hermits. They have lung through the deep of the Alps, in the sobbmg voices ot the for- lorn Waldenses through the deep es of the Scottish Highlands m the rude chant- ings of the Scottish Covenanters through the woodo and wilds of primitive America, m the heroic hallelujahs of the early pilgrims.' man, going a i daenars to an ORIENTAL young journey, intrusted a hundred old man. When he came back, the old man denied ing had any money deposited with him, and he was bad up before the Khazee. "Where werejou, young man, uhen you delivered this monej Under a tree 'Take my seal and summon that said the judge "Go, young man, and tell the tree to come hither, and the tree will obey you when you show it mj seal The young man went in onder After he had been gone some time, the Khazee said to the old, man, He is jou think he has got there yet'" said the old man it is at some distance he has not got there yet." How kngwebt thou, old cried the Khazee, "where that tree is'" The young man returned and said the tree would not come He has been here, young man, and given his money is thine." or THE a Judge in the Blue Bidge circuit, Georgia, named Brown, who not only administers justice in a dignified and impartial manner, but is like- wise a bit of a wag m bis way, as witness the following manner in which he done brown a juror While hearing a case, recently, the attor- ney stated in liis plea, that he believed one of the jurois was intoxicated The Judge, addressing the man alluded to, said Sir are you drunk The juror straightened himself and up in bold, half-defiant tone, said No, sir-re-bob 1" said the Judge, I fine you flre dollars for the and ten for the The juror wilted ___ Deal said a delicate little girl, I have broken your chuia -vabe "Well, jou are a naughty, carelesa trou- blesome bttle thing, always in go up stairs until I send for ou." And tkun-M a Christian mother B answer to the tearful little culprit, w ho had struggled witfc, and conqueried the temptation to tell and screen a fault With a disappointed, dis- heartened look, the child obeyed, and in that moment w as crushed in her the sweet flower of truth perhaps to be revived in life Oh' what thou- sand vases in comparison 1 correspondent irom Northampton is rebponsible for the following A sub- scriber to a moral-reform paper called at our post office the other day, and inquired if The Friend of Virtue had come replied the postmaster, there has been no such person here for a long time was an impertinent fellow -who said of a daguerrotype minature of a lady ac- quaintance that it was not so natural M a painted one be SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!   

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