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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 13, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY D. J. HALSTED CO. SYRACUSE, THURSDAY, JAJNTTJ.AJRY 13, 1859. VOL 1., No. XLII. PRICE CENTRAL COURIER. I UllI HIIKI) MKHY MOR.NLXO, (HUNUAYS) HCQTIB) BY D 1. HAIKU) 90 JIIIUH BUUJIIU-COH KOfioommt iio COLXrV, SI T K1VK AH1TCM. Uuo J-iusro onoUmi J 1 mouth, WKAVKH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "7 SAUIA inner, .Nortou, Bradley Co, Hardwurn Sloru N Y MOKHMi FOX, WIOUBAUI DSALU1 IX IVRUON AND DOUKJT1C VTLNW AND 1 1QUOBS lUnufacmrwt of celtbratnl STOMACH Brrnuo! for OU1 Kanlucky TTbMt Whlakty, lie iferr WAimm AMD CLUTUX musfli Syraciuw, S Y dig dlf ATTOWntY AKD COUSMLLOH Oma, WanM U Cburth st OFPICK OF THK THKA9UREH. AMI TAX RKCQYIB, Stiuonui December 10th 185S PAY YOUB linrub; glim tuul the Tax RolUi for County Taxn for the marila of the oily of Syriuuae, for the J ear with the of Uut SupervUon attached tune been placnl In my luuute for collection and all persons named thtrein are required to pay al my ottke, In Uie Clt> llall, thu amount of Ihelr taxes, On or tho first daj Also, for the three weeds following tho date of HIM iiolit.., any person may pay his, her, or their Count> uud fctute laiM, by paying one (Njr cent fees taereou ul'iir tt plratlon of UK limn aforesaid, three pi r cent ftos vtll! he and cotltctud, up tn the niat da} of Fobruarj ufli i which the taxes ronuluing unpaid will 1m pluceil In tlio hands of an officer ilnl} anthorizi. I to collect the by tlu charur HORACr WHEATON, Treasurer and Tax RetoK i.r too eoe 1100 2S3RS.33SS.T.C: TERM8 Of THI DAH.T OOOTnB. Uall rd by BUSINESS CARDS. it. H. -wwaam, OKHDUL COUJCTOR, Bkxk, FOJH.VBK WAIAACB, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSaXLOHS AT I.AW, Norton Bradlny U 9lort, No a North n Mirm Jyl WALMC. V. BRVTM, ATTORJ1FY AND COON81XLOR AT LAW, In MarMo No IftwthDalluiMrMt, i OpposIM gyraciua A. it A. T. MOTH, ItKCHA-SICAl, AND BUKOEON DENTISTS No> 1 and 9 riko Bock, 'i JCMEPII W. LOOMIS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT No T Wlrttag Block, Second Floor Syracuse, N Y JOHN SUIiUVAX, mouuu tin nTAti. cuua roiuaoN DOMMTIC CIOAIW No HO WAJIIUBI snunrr, tour Doors Below 8t Charlw Hotel, Syracuse, N Y D. A 1. UB.I.IK, to Ritchie ft WWLSUtl AJD 1UTAIL IN OROCXRIES, n.4 tf dtf JOHM c. Hinrr, AND AT LAW, lasi Hall, ttnttiut, H T J. W HA1XJ LAW omci, t Bfcxk, Syraaues J. X. BAStAiU KO No n B Uta. Sarah r MUy MOU4nr ttKAT, ATtOHNEYS AXD COUJWXWM So S Ortaftr Modi, K d4dtf M. W___ LAVU OlHCk, HOUSE AOENCT AND OSTICM, So Poslomce Building, Syracuse, N Y iu dtr________________ VETERINARY 8URO1ON of Mawl.y Lodl Ale Hotm, Oiurch ilreet N H.MM and Don J> and u Nos and 10 Jaime street JOBM CITY" CbBRK'9 OFFICK, Syacuie, Nov 10th 1868 AssMinirr Xo J It) herebj glren that the sslismuent roll for flagstone sidewalk on the west side of Sallua street from the Globo Buildings to Onondafi street, has been left with the Treasurer and Tax Receiver for collection, to whom evnry person, corporation or assnrialton may pay his, her or their assessment for Hlxty daya from tho date of this notice as follows For ten days without fee for teti days thereafter at one pci cent fee, for twenty days succeeding at three per oi.nl .and for the remaining twenty da) s at five percent fee If any such assesements remain unpaid at the expiration of tin. time sbuve mentioned, they will be collected as prov. kled by the Revised Charter 1120 Clerk CLBRK'S OFFICE, SnuCusc, _ 1HM Ini il n on the west lide of SaluM from the fllobi Bullilings to Onondaga is gKcn that the as neasment rull for the above mentioned improvement been fllod In this offlco, and will remain open subject to inspection for ten days from the date of this notice, during which time an) person ma> examine the same The As- semors will meet at this office on Tuesday, the loth mst at 10 o'clock A M to hear anj objecttois to uaid ment ami correct the same If nooowary lift tf JAMES S GHLE3PIE Clerk CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, SvRACtTO Nor Mil 1848 or Crrv AUDITORS l! horobj glieii, tliat all atconnls to rccuKe the atttntlon of tills Board, togetbor w Ith tho proper for same rmiit bo left with the City Clerk oil or befoiL the 15th mst Bv order of thi Bouril If JAWEs S GHIESPIE, Cleik ,T. HOOAH, TAILOR, Would raspectfully Inform the Inhabitants of Syrai UBO that be has made special for SCOUKINO In the best manner, at NO 18 HONTGOMZBY STREET, Opposite the Myers Block, Where he le prepared lo receive all orders entrusted to hto Q A A LABOHJBRS W ANTED I Immoulitsl) OUU Public Works Applv to office No 4 Bsstable Arcade Syracuse, Dec MIL, 18S8 F A KING THE V. S. ARMY, ABLE BODIED MFS, To whom will be given GOOD PAY, BOARD, THING and MEDICAI ATTENDANCE Pay from til per month None bu t goodl sober men, 5 feet 6 Inches high, will bo ac f Apply at No 00 West Wator street W A WINDER, lltLt 3d Artillery, JJI Syracuse, Dec dlf Recruiting Officer WA.TTTO maw [BOOTS AND SHOES, JO TO THF SYRACUSEjBOOT STORE DR H HOYT, 1HYS1C1AS AND SUKOEON No i Conveutkm Hall luit culm mention paltl lo dlseaaes ot Eye and Kar BVRDIO HVOOIMV, MiinuriUururs awl Dealers Ul SNUHf AND CMJAKS, Blue Store, 41 Weal Water street, 111 dlf gyrenuee, X Y IWHTWG BLOCK, Opfnslte Syracuse Honso oedtf BY OnaSBY Ii ilMulo Donlurs In IOKHI.N kM> IXJMEsfflC W1NE3 AND UQVOH8, 39 Koulh Sallna atreot, dll dlf Syracuse, N, Y K. HOUSK AND REAI ESTAni AOKNCY Agent tor hoolor aud Wilson's Sewing Machine Machine Stitching dono to order Olllei. No 3 Convention Block, Ceuesee street, Illiltr Syracuse, N Y NO CKTY t BLOCK tor Uio ila nu I Itonliug ot Tenomonts and Ijuidt, Coltec lion of Ctainw, I'OHtlng of Books In Double and Saglo En try -mil (Jouorul OUce TTEA1.TH AHD KCOHOMY. lARUEHS, MKCHANICS, LABORERS, Anil everybody In want of Good, Home Hade, Wator Proof BOOTS AND SHOES, Till lALL A I) WlNTSB SHASOfl TRUE3DEIJ. k WALLACE, No T Franklin Buildings', E Geneoee street, fbo stand formerly occupied by lIcDougall, Teuton Co reepectfully rsquost of you an examination of the BEST AND CHEAPEST Slock of Boots and Shoes ever olbred to the retail trade In Syracuse, comprising Men's and Boys' Double Sole French Calf, Kip, Thick ami Rubber Boots Ladles' Calf, Goat and Morocco, Lice and Congress Boots, together with a large and varied assortment, Including every desirable style and quality of Ladles' aud Gentlemen's, Youths' and Infant's BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS ,_ These goods are almost exclusively of our own uuuiufac ture, and warranted superior In style and quality to all others In the market Notwithstanding the large advatue la the price of Leather, we are still selling at the LOWEST PANIC PRICES O? LAST WINTER >or Cash Only Do not throw away your money on worthless goods, when for a trifling advance you caupbtaln an article worth double the amount jeV Every description of work made to order, In the most approved styles, at the lowest possible flgurw Dealers supplied with a superior article of lien's, Boys' and Youths' Kip and Coarse Boots, Ladles' Lace aud Con Krees Boots, of our own manufacture, at the lowest rates For sash TRUE9DELL ft WALLACE, No 7 Franklin Buildings Gencsee street, Syracuse HALL! V> OPENING AT CHINA 10 SOUTH SAUNA STRUCT OUR PALL IMPORTATIONS jHaklog our Stock LARGE, FULL AND COMF1 FTE In all its departments Our Importations off] CROCKERY Are from the best manufactories iu Euiope Our Glass Ware, Briltania, Planished and Plated Ware, Table Cutlery, Lamps, Gas Fixtures, etc Are from the best manufactories m America, enabling n to sell our customers the beet quallt> of good? at tbe icwcs possible rates Wo have also a large stock of LAMPS, The KsBOSmmLAlir, the most popular: of tho times a great variety of styles We are selling the Kerosene Oil and shall ha constantly supplied GAS FITTING AND FIXTHRES We are the only Agents In this city of the celebrated On. Fixtures of Cornelius Baker, of Philadelphia Wo arc prepared lo rim Gas Pipe into Dwellings, Stores, Churches, aw., by competent workmen Also, to alter over old Lsmps to Kerosene or Fluid Gas Fixtures renewed in Gilt or Brouse, at short notice FLUID GAS FIXTURES A well selected stock for the Loveless and JJacc, i alonl burners HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS In this department wo cannot bo excelled The public are respectfully invited to call and examine or themselves U29dlap21 r S P PIERCE CO 868-11 WINfTH ARRAViiJItXT 1818-0 iw bOLTITERN RYILRO tD LINF ormlng a dii oil and expeditious i oule f i om MM.XRV t li, BUFFAIO VND DUNKIRK fo CliveUiml Columbus Cinclnna 1 Toledo Chicago, Jill wwiUi. b ill. 11 I nk Island Burl nglon Dub nine hi Uadbun Cain, St Louis ind til IKlili, ir llic Went mil South wort Lntll further notice rru M will o Buffalo, from Ex hangt Mrctl Depot Js lollowb, cxnplQil) KXPRK33 MA1I 1 40 J n at Dunkirk I W f M (dine Ei e J 45 r x Cleveland JO p X (supper lo kilo Chdi.) 1-JO A n Chicago 11 JO A 31 tomiLrtmg tiaiiis at CL csgo for the tat, N irth and ACCOMMODATION KMHSRANT 4 00 r u cs at Dunkirk b 25 r M (supper Erie 9 00 T K Chv (.land t! 00 A Toledo J Ii p u connecting Night Sfnll Train having ci Toledo at 12 60 t MOOT KXPRESo M Ai i h cs at Dui kn k 4 40 A a Eric o SO A M Cleveland 11 00 A lolulo 4 38 r and Cllicago 4 30 A. 1C ton ncUiug with moining trains from Chicago b? all the lines liic above trains connect at Cleveland for Columbus, Sprlngneld, Dayton, Indianapolii Cincinnati an] all points South UMU Ing Clov eland ns follows at H 30 A anlSIOr M Via Clyde and DaUon, at 11 JO A y -uidSOOr M Ti itnb leave Cleveland for SanduBkj al 4 JO p x Roturnii f, UaveB Sandusky 7 00 A x and ar rlv (rt at chml 11 Ib A si connecting with Mail Train for the East Connections aic ilso mide at Toledo with the TOIEDO, WABASH WESTtRN RA: Wayne, TV abash Peru Logansport, Dam illo Sprlngneld nnd St tarns loai ing Toledo at 116 K and 9   p H 4S- Baggage Checked ThrMifch to Cincinnati, Toledo, Chicago St louts, Milwaukee and all principal pomB Wist and tjouthnost Jftf- Through llckcls hj this route can be obtained it all tho principal Ticket OBicm in the United Staled and in Buffalo at tin. Compauj t Ticket Office, ixcbango street Depot Alsi> lit General Union Ticket Office 17 Ex Changs atreu WM R BARR General Igcnt, Buffalo OVWKGO SYHACtJSK I VlTlt VRR EilFN Ou tunl nlllr Moiidio Nin 2J IbM tnins will ran us folio AS 11 ObWFt O n Mi I Irani Moppmi, it ill Muti >ns coiuioct t ill bv i iclist iMth IrAiils 1-nst iu I ihl 2 30 y n Olid Fn Iqht Ti n n 91 pplnj, 1- ul ion I-imsor> unil ilk ounuuiiig 4t Sjr cub within i and West 600l si laooiifeer nnd i '-I ppink, at Fill ton Ijiiitoon ail 1 Unkhv n UP 1.1 mil. tto j, 11 i iciuu wltli rijjins h-ibt an I t SVIUCISI mA 7 '0 j u 1 rain J r ami 1 1 i. fclit I l II it BftliKv Illi- L.UI sun sill Hill 930.1 jc KiBieugei Hid Jriitl t Train su p lif, ut Ital 1 wiimllli. Lnnv-on -u U Hilton 4 45 l v Train Mapping lit nil itntiou CLO yvlNNhK -wiuml I km Omego _t> )S58 HOTELS GOODHICII'S HOTEL, COODU1CH Propncloi Cornel lnyLtlL iind( hnton sticcts, dlO iltf N HARVBY HOTJSE, (On tlii. bniopean Plan No 20 East Kailroiui streU the Block N Y WARM MEAI.S VT A1J 11OLRS 1) PiOjinelor REVKKUK HOUSE, OSWEGO, N TlilA now first class Hotel is now open for tho reception of guests Its location is ccnUol, and directly opposite the Depot Rooms ai ejflrge and firuiture, as liougi. cutirelv Hot imd told battle cnn be had it all hours r The Hotel will be kept on both the Furipcan and Amon can plans W I Dbl Propneloi Oswego, July 30 18oS dtf 1ORK. CKKTRAI. RAILROAD WINTER Commeuiiug Slondnj November 29, iSos GOKvC 3 5j A u Cincinnati Fxpress stops at and nudJiame 7 30 A M Mail stops at all station1: 11 36 A Vork slops at Ctut l tenango nnd Rome 3 10 r x and Aluanv Accommod it on stops at all stations liOING SYRACUSF 5 15 A si Bond) Ywk Mail at Cljdo and Fnlrport 7 00 A Road) Accommodation atops at all stations T 20 A J! Bond) Blstiibuliiig Stal stops at all stations r 2 15 P M Road) Albany and Buffalo Express stops at all stations S 40 p x Road) Albany and Buffalo Express stops at all stations 8 p >l (Direct Road) Nen York ExpreH stops at Jordan, Fort Byron, Clyde I yon, Newark, Palmyra and Fan-port "8 40 P M Boad) Dialr Ibntmg Mail stops at all stations i 10 00 p n Koad) Emigrant stops at Warner's, (.toton, Wt-odsport and Saiannah Tbo only trains going East on Sunday, leare Srracuae at 35aA M Ttae only trains going West on Sunday, leave Syracuse at 616 A M and 10 00 p The 5 IS A ic train will nut run on Monday mornings C VIBBAKD, General Syracuse, litii 1 UK 10 kncwi u b l th if bcui n u Th of It is I ill thi-i commun uj JO DHT GOOD due or thi T HOTEL, L I J On the corner of Piirk Row and Beekinan streot Citj It ill nnd Park.Fountain, 4 SiW YORK This Hotol s i onducttd on the European Plan foi the ac couimodntiou of both Ladies ami Gentlemen PRICES VOM HOOUi) AS TO1XOW3 Room fi i nno 60 cents per day Gentleman and Lady, per daj A VitrloV ts A PWVATE RESTAURANT For Gentlemen and Ladies, where Meals will be fimitelicj at all hours, paying for only -nhat thc> ordci t 1.1BBY" WHrTSiY S CO Beware of a lioiisc in Groenvlch street, called Lorejo) 's House, which u represented bj hackmeu and numcrs lo be a branch of this houso it having no connection vliat er with, thai house u23 iltf S. HUWLAND Is Ilu> place Ui i tbo I euutlful Mcul c Bucktd AiiliRO TYPES are niHOi. whi Ji ttrp m. Breath admired bv Plcluic i nbll TABtR 4. HOLLAND Sf Is 111., pi ice vitiate aru uuula wUi-hcuino be extelle 1 in Uns country and at remarkable I.ow TABER HOLLAND S Is llie platt whore are made expreeuly foi gLUding avtav in loiters to dutaut friends TABER HOWLAND S. Is the place wuere DA6L FRREOTY7E3 are exprcMlv for all those m u ant of Cheap Work Taken ae low u THIRT1 SFVEN CKNT3' AND WARJUNTED to taken in the cilv TABEH Is the place where they EXCEL In cttpyuaf Btyla Pictuie In most casea the original Picture PB-T NtW FKEhH AiDLLKGAM I ST RkCFrVED PER FEOM EUROPK 11 inhibition and f r i- -t v WAKE BOOKS, VO 80 bl CH4XRtK STHWT TO WHICH IlliVlllg WUI.I 13 ill 1858-S WINTER ARRANGEMENT 1868-9 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, VIA SUSPENSION BRIDGF TO TORONTO, DETROIT Chicago, St Louis, Milwaukee, Rock Island Burling ton, St Paul Galena, Cairo, IJuincv, Ifadlson, Fond du Lac, and all points in tho WEST AND SOUTHWEST the Suspension Bridge as Sundays JOHN L. COOK SONS' COrFEE HOUSE Coi nor Washington nnd barren streets, East end OCR. B. Depot, Syracuse N Y This Hotel long and kuonn, is kept OV 1HE PLAN, With Bacn, and sufficient accommodations for the country trai el Th is is the only Hotel in the city where guests can be accommodated with Meals at all hours of the day LAMES' DINING ROOM, Separate from Gout Ladles and Gents ill find this very convenient _ The proprietors of this House return to then-patrons their thanks for former patronage, and solicit a continu anco of tho same II dio dtf T JOHN L. COOK, JOHN L COOK Jx ATJS1TN D COOK M. H. CHURCH, wnotMuix AID aiuii. tmttm 11 IMI oim u cuuia, TOBACCO, FANCY PIPES, TOBACCO BOXK3, CTOAK CASK, No 11 South Sallna street, Sjrrattue, N T dl6 dly n. F. ATTORNKY AT 1.AW, inmuliiKniw of tlw V 3 Court of alio for SUtwi of towv Wbtoutlu and Oallfornla Stllctor for PjMloiu Houiity IJimtH and claims Uiii 1 VinrMuU bought, nold or locatvd d4 dtf OtuXo No kail utrMt CVTCL.1WS. A No 70 fcMt Gft Sill lurk toruod IlamJ BulWr, Lard, Hour, Find and Loose dll dtf RICK BAHNKN. W h Ni-iilo nnd Otaltri In CAN AND 8JIKLJ OYBTKR3, U tli iir Ojstor Dopol, to tiwH. CJtoarlMBIotk.Uirwuoofs nth of ilia lUllroad bepot, Warrta tunt, ayraeuw lanilllM HoteU Iu. nupplltd OB short A frtsh iilplj ivory day oM dawlf U il I M. OIBMN, iu t KtIS AND I BOVI91ONS, lor Mulberry and Mwlbton itrMti, STrtcuM, N T A COIHI i it supply of Salt Pork Ilams, Swuldtn, ButtH, 1. ud Huur Toon and Sugars, Wlnas and Uquori, always u h 1 1 1 at thi. IOWMI market prlcea dlO 41m CiXO. C. l iti. in I Kotall Dealer In uKocHura AND I >IU Uroonu Lordage, TwUw, flah, Pork, Salt, hrult Silts, III. tc 41 goutU Baluut MrcM, SynxuM.N Y 11 Uih for all kluili of Produce Ull dtr A. M. FA1HCUII.O, MERajASTTASIOil, l. ru rofsilina in 1 Jituus slrflels, (Over Waggoner'srtUne DtuWr In 11 irilfo t AND VEST1N03 I I'lINC' Hauling a garment cutto Dtwllheajm uould do woll to call, an hu hiw uo superior THPOKTAHT rue known TJKDERTAKINc'ESTABLISHMENT of CHARLES RUST SON, Fonnorty at 41 South Sallna street, has been roiuovod to the elegant and spacious store in the Plko Block, JWNO 56 SOUTH SALINA STREET, JXrwfly OpfiotiU Ott fmt Chimh, can always bo found every tblng appoitalning to the business, COFFINS- B K AND 8HOB8, IJtAfllEH AND STILWELL'S SONS, SO NOR1H S411NA STREET, Blotk, (foruurl) lluiijust received NO JVorh FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLtBa WORTH BOOTS AND SHOES Direct from Eastern Manufacturers, Whlvh they are prepared to sell fioui 16 to 2oper cent lower than anyotherestablishuieiitlnthisclty They have taken advantage of the bard times and bought for cssh, can sell at prices that defy competition Their stock comprise! everything In the line of BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER AND FIVDIVOS They keep constantly on hand Meus Black, Cnlf and Patent Leather Boots Of overy st> lo and price Albo Lndioa Prunella, Foxed Plain, Congress and Laio Qaltors, Morocco, Calf, Kip and Enamelled Boots a general assortment of Boys', Youths', and Children's Work They have just received Urge additions to their sloek of Bole Leather, French Calf Skins, Upper Kips, and every thing In the lino ef Findings, which they olfur at very low prices They will sell you good fresh work of their own manufacture, and Eestorn work of the very best quality, ai low as you can buy old itock In any store hi tho city Work made to order and warranted Remember tho plate, No JO Noinn SAUXA Snuorr dclO dtf Vorhees Block, (formerly Emplro Which for style, durability a anything heretofore used for Rosewood, Mahogany, Black Wahint. Oak, Butternut, Cherry, Pine ,and Wlutewood OF FVERY STYLE QUALITY ANTD SKI AUO, CRANKS PATENT MSTILLIC BURIAL CASKET! and finish, are far superior lo r the purpose It is oblong Iu form, and beaullfully- finished In Imitation of Rosewood elaborately ornamented, the top of heavy plate glass, thui presenting a full view of tho body, and when sealed np is perfectly air tight, and Impervious to water, rendering it Invaluable as a means of transporting the body of a de ueued friend to a distant part of the country for sepulture as It prevents the spread of contagion, and for a tune ar rosts the progress of decomposition All that is lepublve has been discarded In its arrangement and shape, and yel It retains hi the fullest extent all the i equisltes of an appro prlale receptacle for the dead SHROUDS Of Merino, Delaine, Mouslta, Cambric, 4c Also, Caps and Handkerchiefs, kept constantly on or made at short notice Handles, Plates, Boxes and i Trimmings In endless quantity Splendid Hearses In readiness for City or Country use Hi all hours of tho day or night ,O- Carriages furnished aud Intcrmentb procured iu any Cemetery In tho city or adjoinmg towns IO- Personal services In all cases when required, and no pains Hill be spared to give entire satisfaction and re lieve the friends of the many unpleasant duties necessarily Lounected with tbe preparations for burial, AT 3REATLY REDUCED PRICES Office Open Day and Night 4V Please remember the number, ty oO SOUTH SALINA STRET -Bft Residence, 110 South Sallna Ereot CHAS RCST S SOV N B C RUST SON have the exclusue right for using Tiump'u Patent Corpse Preserver for Ibis city and county dcOtl haud eiery Trams excoptetl ACCOMMODATION Arrives at Hamilton 9 05 A M Toionto 11 32 6 30 A A H DIV EIl'HBSS LI   n jeg- Trains leave Detioit viaDelioit and Milwaukee Rail way, as follows For St Johns, 800 and 3 OOP x for Grand Haven and Milwaukee, 10 46 p H XsT Through Tickets for all points West and Southwest can be obtained at tbo Ticket Office of the New York Cen tral Depot, Erie street, and of Hilton Randall, Agent, Union Office Ko 17 Exchange street, Buffalo JULIUS Movroa, C J BRYDGES, _ Gon'l N Y TTVAirBTTsTS HOTEEi, _C 3D POMEROY, Proprietor, No 6 East Fayetto street, SYRACUSE This well known House is located m the central part of the olty, and only six rods from the New York Central Railroad Depot The proprietor of the Fayette House takes this opportu iilty to thank, his friends and tho public for their patronage hitherto, and solicits a continuance of tho feels safe in guaranteeing satisfaction to all who may stop at his House Large, commodious, well ventilated and well furnished rooms, and a good table, axe.characteristics of the Fayette House, accompanied by moderate charges Boaid per   in- formed of the time of their departure s D POLTEROY TABER HOLLAND'S tbe place where vou see those beautiful Pictures In th evolving Cone Compare the Pictures taken at other allcries beside them, and you will see at a glance the dtf- erence between the GK3TO1NE META1JC BACKED AHBROTTPKa And the Bogus ones sold by others Remember' that TABES HOWLAHD'S GALLEilY NO 4, FRAXKL1N BUJLDDHJ, EAST SIGN or TK COM. Managing Director, Hamilton, C W ilU dtf T. IXHJI9 AND KANSAS WABASH AND WESTERN H B LINE The most direct pleasant and quickest loutc from tho EASTERN STATES, To Fort Wayne, Lafayette, Logansport, Decatur. Spring field, Maples Indianapolis, Peorla, Alton" Louisville, Bloommgton, ST EOUH AND Express Trains leave Union Depot, Tolodo, immediately on arm al of Trains from the East, and run directly through without anj delay, except sufflciem time for Meals Direct connections are made. At Fort Wayne, for Columbia, Plymouth aud Chicago At Peru, for Indianapolis, Cmcinilat) and Louisville At Lafayette, for "Hew Albany, Terra Haute, Yinceunes aud Evonsville FACT I Two leas changes by this Route than by and 85 miles In distance saved I EEAD1 Do not be deceived by Bills of other Ijucs recommend ing inferior and very much longer routes hut secure pas sago by this woll built and equipped line It is owned and controlled bv Eastern Railroad Men, and is run with aview to please the traveler and safety All changes are made at Union Depots- and Baggage is checked through and no chaigc for handling Shippers oTFrcight Hill mill this line unrivalled for dispatch TRY THIS ROUTE! 43- Call for Tickets Cm Toledo, Wabash and Great West ern Route Through Tickets can be procured of all tile Railroad nnd Steamboat Offices in the Eastern States and Cauadus G W BARTLETT, GEO R WEED, Agent G W BT, General Ticket Agent 18DM9 WINTER ARRANGEMENT a lar for HAIR has just returned from New i ork with large and elegant assortment of the latest itylti of WEAR, U10 mi I i Inn line -TlOSK'MHACK U liolcaale and Itaull Doalera In KOKhll.N AND DRY GOODS, W VTCHlii, YASKKX NOTIONS, lie o rrauklln II N Y Milliners and Ptdlorn at hew Which are now open for the Inspection of his old customers and such new ones as choow lo make him a call He coBHnuos to do TA1IORING BUSINESS As usual, and warrants all varments of hU make .0 at to hair f Entrance to bis rooms between the stores of HopLius A Rae unit Trusdell ft Wallace, Gcucsee street, S) raiuso dlf rplIE or Ono Thousand and ono Home _L Amusements, Charades, Tableaux Qamoa Air b} author of the 'Magician's Own with 300 illustra lions Pocket Dlarlna all sises, very low, wholesale or null Cheap these nnd Backgammon Boards Games of raahlon and Famine The Lamplighter, onl> 37 cents Yankee Nolknis Cards For sale at PECKS, Dec 1 7 Bast Gelieiee alreet G ODJCY'S BOOK 1OR DKCEMBER siie alul uitTH platue rucoived and for lale B R PECK, No l Uit strdt LAMPS FOR THE MIIOJOX. KEROSENF OILS Wl OXIAT Umi ICOXOXV I TEOilisuotexploshfi, nil! not gum up ns other oils and will not grease the flucst fabric spilhug the Oil on the same lo read 01 lo werk bv It is all that can be de The amount of light produced from this Oil is equal to IX SPERM CANDLES, anil. Ihe same light coals but one cent for three hours Call and for j ourselves and ou will be salieflcd Tho light obtained from this Oil exceeds in brllliaucv that of any other oil or lluul heretofore ered possessing the great advantage of being in losrvx, and remaining liquid m tho coldest and for Its great KCOTOMY with any other known light 8f The burner of this lamp, at a slight expet "c i ai bo attached to am ordinary lump D MCCARTHY ic co 44 and 40 South Sulina strcut, may-llf Sole Ageuto for the Kerosene OH m 3% rlcuee mHK Allanl c Monthl) fbi Ja i uar> commencing a now olume Harper s Monthly for Jommr> Tho American Catholic Almanac, for 1869 Just receh ml and for sale at PFCX'S Ko 7 LastGencsoestroolj PETK11SON'8 MAGAZINE FOR JANUARY with Exba Plates, Fashions A.C Church Almanao for 18SK Hecenodllt Deo M 7 Last facacaee. etrtct] 1866-CO BUFFALO A, LAKE HUHOjST RAILWAY. FOR DETROIT, AND ALL POINTS WEST Trams leaxe Buffalo daily, (Sundays exccptcd from Ei ic on New York time, as follows CHICAGO IIPRE6B 305A u nig at Pans 6 A jf London B 42 A Detroit 1 30 i H and at Chicago at 4 00 A if connecting all lines West, North and South connect at Detroit nith Detroit and Milwaukee Railway ACCOHMODATIOV G30A Paris and at Paris at 10 30 A M London atl OOP CHICAGO OPIUM tirrt rag at Paris_325P x, London 526 p a "I Chicago a. tfest, North 12 00 a Stratford ind u ing at Stratford at o F K Goder ch nt 7 65 p M Trains at Buffalo ou Now York time ns follows 5 00 A IT 1 50 and 0 30 P si and all information can be obtained at Si FxUiang? street, and at the Erie street Depot I MACklRDY President JOHV General Ticket Agent Buffalo November 29, ISoS dtf (dine Detroit 1015 r M Chicago at 1115 A si rconnecting with all lines West, North aud tiouth WATKRTOWW, ROME AND CAPE INCEVT P. R Vt INTER ARRANGEMENT On and after Jlondai Novembci 29th 18o8 until fur loir notice, Trains on Una Road run follows (8uu daj s excopted) fOING NORTH Rome No 1 800 A M Mini 2 8 10 A st freight J "10r si Express Connecting it Walerlown w ith Potqdaui aud Watertown Radial and at Capo uncut with Ferr) Bo.it for Klllg-> Vt anil Tiuuk Railnil KETURMNO e Capo inccnt Fxprtss 1 7 25A n Ireight 2 M T n Hail I cue Wateitonu 5 30 i x Expre s Q io A M ireight 1 3 40 r v Mail Connecting at Kome w ith New 1 ork Central (lit) CARLOS CUITON, BRHfTjrAUi'8 Eight rods South Central Railroad Depot, SYRACUSE Gcnei al Stage and Omnibus Depot for the places Lamed below and immediate stations AKHVAIS AHV DSFAKTCRES Urive fiom DcRuyter, Caxenovia, Delphi Orun, Hanhns and Favettoville at 10 30 A K Leave Bnntnall's Hotel a 3 o'clock F x for the samo places from Mexico, Pulaski, Central Square, Breworlon id Cicero at 10 30 A M Leave Brintllall's Hotel at 3 o clock p M for same places Arrive from Phcenlx, Three River Point and New Bridge by Steamboat and Omnibus, at 10 o'clock A x Lcav Brintnall s Hotol at 3 o clock p 1C for same places Arnvo from Bridgeport at 10 30A v Leav e at 3 o'clock p n for samo place f The Proprietors of Brrntnall's Hotel take this opportunity to thank their numerous patrons for their liberal patronag heretofore, and solicit a continuance of tho same And to others we say, Try us JKaT" Porters to convey Baggage to and from Cars and Omnibus free iff- All packages or bundles for Ommbns or Delivery will receive our prompt attention, if left in our care W G SPBAGUE b CO jylf dtf ____ Proprietors Brtntnail's Hotel Wyck LIBBY HOUSE, (LATS WTCKOW s NTos M, (6 aud 98 Warren street NEW YORK Proprietor, IRA A LIBBY Late Clark, Libby Co Merchants Ibis House so well and favorably known as tbe is pleasantly and conveniently located m Warre street and but a few steps from tbe front entrance to th H idsou River Railroad Depot It has been greatly beautified and improved, under th direction of the new proprietor, who has rendered It on of the most attractive, as well as the most convenient Irst class COMMERCIAL HOUSE IniNew York, bomg in the very heart of tho Business Quar the city, and convenient to all the Steamboat Land ings and Railroad Depots Travelers arriving by tbo Hudson River Railroad Wl please hand in their checks for baggage to the Clerk m th office, who will immediately send a porter for it Carriages will at all times be In attendance to couve guests of the House to any part oj the city The new proprietor is determined that the old and we established reputation of tho t( Wyckoff" shall not suite m his hands, and he pledges bmiself to pay particular a tcntion to tho comfort and safety of his patrons The TABtx will at all times be supplied with the best tho market affords, and m (his respect the Libby House sbal not be surpassed by any In New York H Bran, Office Clerk with tho former Proprietors, wi remain with him, and will be happy lo see his old friends New York, March T> C. HOFF CO., XO 23 SOUTH S STREET, Syracuse, Would respectfully announce to the public that they ke on hand a large and choice assortment of WkTCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Comprising a great variety, both m stjle and quality, to suit the different tastpsand requirements of customers SILVER AND PLATED WAKE, Of the best quality aud of the most beautiful patterns, w be found at our establishment PIto'O FORTES AND MEIODEON'S, Of very superior lone and touch, and beautiful st> le au finish aud other Musical Instruments, together with a gen eral assortment of SHEET MUSIC Which 13 constantly being replenished with new publ ca tious WATCHES AND CLOCKS Cleaned aud Rapan  location from No 7 Franklin Buildings, to NO 59 EAST GENEHEE STREET, Courier Buildings, For a more capacious store, aud purchasing all of my goods for cash, I am prepared to sell any article in my line of trade cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. I 3tud> to please and my motto is Quick Sales and Small ProflU Givi.mcai.aU PETER SMITH Jm., d4 dtf No 59 E Gcnesee street, Courier Buildings By the old esUbusbed bouse of D. MCCARTHY co N03. U GLOBE BLOCK, SALD.A STREET, Weil known, well reedy with THE BEST AND CHEAPEST GOODS To be found in this city or elsewhere We are now receiving dally Importations from Europe anc1 Asia from ttie large Package Sales alAueUon, and from tbe country at large, AN IMMENSE STOCK! lully equal, If not superior to that of hnt Fall, wtflrh generally as Cheap as m the days of the Panic. DRY GOODS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, TAILOBB'AND HOUSE TUHNTSHISG tOODB Of almost endless variety, large quantity, superior quaht> and onuswally cheap IVEKY MAK AND vTOKAX SBODLD GAU And examine for themselves. Our motto, ac pruned, on our bills and practically carried out hi our business and store, Ss LOW PRICES, INDUSTRY E11Y Wttiott parade, deception or humbif ITnder cheep eat rent and expense, for the amount of trade, to be found In the thirty years1 experience, constant attention and thorough hi our business we can and WILL GIVE AN HONEST TRADE AND CBF4P CCOI t At all times and under every cironnutance CROCKERY, CHINA GLASS WARE, CUTLERY PLATED WARE AND FAXCY GOODS nils cUpartment of IrkiJo it a man of great experi enct, and has all the advenUfw of being con necttd with our f and eirablea ns to o ISDIRSKLL THE TR Wl BAVX ALSO A CHOICE STOCK OF FAMILY GROCERIES On which we work for nothing and board 00K WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT Is now in full stock, and these who sav ikev ea do better wUh us than In New ork 10 delOdtfms Ta< sabecrtMn hevlnir JO nrehaeed Uie extensive BOOK: BtNDIRY of W HALL, and renoved the stock and flxbsree to 80 T f KAKKUK BUHJJLNeg, ue now prepared lo eieeuU all work In thtir e .ith akatoest aaddJspatch. Hi. KILLUt was recently connected with one of the e largest Binderies In New York, will rule Bock, to aiy T OKDOX colored and plain Woodsn I J of Nature and Art, (Juvenile The American Tallies Vagazmi. (new The Physician's Hand Book of Practice for 1S59 Pictorial papers, slid all weekly mifautue for the New Year, supplied regular at Peck s Bookstore, i I Gcuwee 81 They an now peepend to execute all kinds of Book binding, as Vafaxines, Blank Books, Shelf BOM, i7 tath. and supply The Wolf Boy of new Juvenile Kew Colored Toy Books, printed on Linen Phinney s Calender, anj other Almanacs, w PECK'S, d38 No 7 EMI GtfttSM street.   

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