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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 14, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY D. J. HALSTED CO. FIR DA. Y, 14, 1859. VOL 1., No. Mill, IMtlCM ITYLs CENTRAL COURIER. Ittlll-llrl) MOKMSU, BY D I HAUrtTM fiO (.HUM, ,uimvi-aiK no noomuir iw HYlKCtMK OXO-IU4UA COUVTt T I IVK innn 1 UK nlti II A I L Y t .'.oil. I Oil I M i 60 0 00 10 00 -HI 00 UKXKLT I I 1 moiltb, U Ji M 1 UO 1 M a ou 60 I 00 10 00 1 II1U1 Ul llus.m In U..  inu at ray offlco, In too City llall, the amount of Uiel ou or before the Unit day of Kbruary noxl.onsulnr Atoo, for tuo Oiroo wetka following tho date of into iiotkl any nwy pay hbi her, or their Count) and Slate Uxw, by paying out per cent ftoa thereon aftel Iho ex plmUon ot tlie tiino aforcealil, llu-ee per conl foc> Ix aildul aud collccttd, up to Ihu Brit day of fcobruarj afto wtk.h the renialuinR uupalil will be placed (i lianiln of aa r ilulv authorlu. I to colleit the name an by Uie Uiarter I10R I, Treasurer and fax Ketch or Crrr CLBRK-S OFVICB, 184S AKHHimiT No a U hereby (h 1.11 that Iho aMOMUient roll for fiag itonu sidewalk M WMI aide of gallna Itrout, from Globo Bullduill to OllonJasa street lias boon left with the Treuurcr and Tax Receiver for collection, to whom evory person, eorpnraliun or nmj hla, or their aaaoairaeut fo sixty dayi from the dale of ttili notice, an follow! >or lei days wlllioul fas for ton dayi thereafter al ona per con fee for twenty days succeeding at three por cent ai d for the remaining twenty da> s al Bi e per ceul fee If any nncli anciiwienui remain unjiald at Iho expiration of Uin timo meutiwieil, Uiey will be collected as provide J by Ilia llevlacd Charter aM JAMEa 9 Clerk deadly JOKKPH 'W. IMOMM, ATTOIlNkY AM> AT iJ No T Wkllug Block, Second Hour, Syracuse, V Y nXI JOHN SULUVAN, I AMP HBTA1I, IHUUW IM tOHHOV AND DOHRtmC CIGARS, No 30 Wuuw musir, >our Doors Below CharlM Hotel, M Y__________dH dlf --------------------D. alt J. LfeCUB, (SuocMieon lo HHchia t Leslie WHOUBUU AMD mtTAJt saunas IM GUOLYMKI, I'urk, Uevf, Smoked Heats, Dairy Cnaena, Butter, Lard, Wooden Ware, lleli, Sail elder. Vluagar, rlour, Feed, Ilaal I oriUjn and Wine aiul Liquors Noa 8 and 10 utrotit DAVID IMUS dtf Join Laaui, J. If. BAKKSR, ,1'AINTLR, BlJX-H, No Sluulu, anil Dlock Uttoni St. II. -WHIOIIT, UAkKK Si OT Kasl Washington ItrHl Rlloy 1 OKAY, UIOINFYS AND AT LAW N J Or inter [Hock, Syracuse, Y T. HOGABf, TAILOR, Would reoueelfully inform Ihoinuabilunliiof he has made special arraHgeinenla tor 9COURINO ItlfciSlVC AND REPAIRING (1KNTS GARMKNTS In the bast manner, al NO ID VONTOOMIHY STRCBT, Opposite Hie llyort Block, Whera ho Is prepared to receive all orders oatruited to hit tf Culling and Hiking- done lo order d8 J3m OKFICK, STHACUDk, Not 6ill MicrrNo ou tlHi wwt side of utronl from the Hlube Bnllclinp lo Ououdaga street is hereby thai Iho ns sewimeut roll for Ills abova monllonod Inipiovemont luw bueu Olxl lu thin office olid will remain open subject to Inspection fcr ten (lavs from iho date of this notice, during whlcn lime ail) person owniluo the saiiio Tlio An auMors will meet at thin olllco   ruer of llawley and Lwll in Ale HOIMO, Church sliect N II UursiM iiiul Dogil fur dS iltf DR II HOYT, IIIYSIUVN hUHGtON Si J Convention Hall 1 n l il ir itto illoo paid to dtoean of tho Fyo mid U Uf Ul'HDIC A 111 ilutt ner-i mid IHalwrtt In SNUrf AM) CIGARS, Illut Siore 41 West Water Klroet ill Syracuso, N tlVUVVATI UdVOR STORK, BY OIIMSDY h 1 HJOOS Wholosalo Dwilori In FORUGN AND DOJIBfllC W1MS AND IJQUOlta, 39 gonth Snlimi Htroet dll dlf N, Y K. RO1IBINS, Ofc.Nt.RAt HOUSP AND HKAI. ETUll AC1KSGY Agout for Whcelur and Wltoon s Sewing Mnchliw Machim Stitching (tone to orilur Ulnce No 3 Convention Block, (ItmLseo street dUUir ayrMiwo, N Y fV YOU WANT TO 8UPPI.Y YOURgKLVBN w i r H (BOOTS AND SHOES, v-o TO rttt SYJIACUSK BOOT ANDftSHOE STORE IWIETINO BLOCK, Opposite Syraeuaa llouac 06 dtf the CITY AOKSCY, NO 2 COIUNS BIOCK il MI I Hinting of leiKiuicnts and Ijinds, Collcc II ,1 irUiltus Double and 4uglo Irv md (leiierrtl OIQce lOHlreroreiiie.ivuu (lleouiaull No C illllix DIIH.L dll ,llf Ut.KllUl PALMUt M. H. CHURCH, WBOLMUUC AtD XMTJIt. MUUM IX !M''ORTfD CIGARS, TOBACCO, FANCY 101HCXX) BOXW, 11 South Syraiuso, N Y illy R. K. THOtVUHIUOK, i vw, i IH cr of Uie U S Court if Claims aluo for plates rl m Solicitor for I'unalt us limit) I n h in I oilier cl unis against the Unllcd I ut I vt irnnU U Hold or located II III oin e No U bull (enMoe street Ct MOULTKH, AND I'HMIBIONH, .N'j 7U Uil slfcel Syracuse S Y aniii dlioulderv Butler, Ijird, irno I I tof, r lour toed and UJ.MO Salt dll dir HICK A mil KuLiil Diiilers In AM) Wlhll. ir iu the M CUarka Block, Uireedoors ith HI u lUdroid Uepoc, M irren street, Uyracufte IU Vc supplied on short notice A freah tvtry dij U t nul TTKAsYrH AMD KCONOHY. rAKllUIS, M10HAN1C3, LABORERS, Aud everybody In want of Good, Homo llade, Walcr Proof BOOTS AND SltOES, TUII 1ALI WltlHH HUISSDlJlT WtLLACS, No T franklin Mulldlitus, E Geueaoo alrccl, Tlic nUuil formerly occupied by McDougall, Feulou b Co rwiHurully rixjuinl of you an clunlnatlou of Iho ta AND CHEAPEST of Uools uuu Slioea over offeicd to tho retail trade lu Syracuse, eimiprlsliu; Son's and Boys Doublo Sole t ranch Culr, Kly, llilok and Rubber Ijoots tallies Calf, boat and Morocco, Laco and congress BouUt, logolher with- a Urge and varied uiawrlinont, uvery desirable style and qualily of Ijidlm and Uonlluinon Drouths and Infant's BOOTrf, SIIOK8 AND HL'BIJUIS Tluse oicluslvoly of our own manufac ture, and warranted suoerlor In style cud auiUlly to all othelil In Ihe tuarkul NolwllhaUndlug Uie largo advance lu tho uriio of toalhor, we are still aoHmg al Ihe LOWWIT IAMC, PWCtS Ot LAST WltiTlR, tor Cash Only Do not throw your money un worthless gooda, when fur H Irlllli KaiUaiico you eanobUtiu an artlclo worth doubEu tlio amount Iff Kvory ilesorlplloii of work made lo order in the most approved stylo, at the lowcwl poaalbki IhEUroa Dealers supplied with a superior article of Ken's, Iloys> and   Ware, Bnttanla, Planhshod and Plated Waro, Table Cutlery, Lamps, Gas fixtures, etc Are from the best manufactories lu Amorica, enabling us to soli our customers the best quality of gooiU at the lewcal Wo have also a largo stock of LAMPS, Tlio KDoeiM LAMP, Iho most popular Lamp of tho tlmcn, a Kreat vnrli ty of st> les Wo ai o soiling tho Kerosene Oil and shall be conalnntly supplied, GAS 11TTINO MXTHHES We aro the only In this city of tho colebiatoj Gas Futures of eornellua fc Baker, of Phihdolphiu Wo a prepared lo run Oas Pipe Into Stores, Clmrche Jre by competent workmen Also, to altor ovur o Lampa lo Kerosene or Fluid Uos Hxtures renewed Oilt or Bronze, at short notice FLUID OAS FIXrURKS A wall selected slock for the Loveless and Maco raloi burners HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS In Uila deportment we cannot bo oxcollod The public are respoclfullv llod to call and oiamln or themselves u-.-ftltapil s P PILRCh t CO KAIL UOA AlUi 1 1SM-U LAKE SHORE JIIG'HIGAN bOU'lllBKN RVHJ10AD Aormlmj a ItrLetanil expeditious route Trimi Nl tAIXS, HOKFAU) DV.NK11JK To Clmclant, Columbus, Ciue nmll lulwlo Uiieiu, i Mil waukee Oalena llueklliuuul llurluiKtoti Dtibuiftuo St MailiikMi, Culr( Si iui I ail poinlfl in tile Wewt HII t Until furlhcr notlet Tralnu will leavo Dulfali) from l_x chitnicu eel IUI follows, (Slllldn) H excu) t 1) WKfTKHX KXFHJKH H ,11 11 40 A at Dunkirk 1 40 i K (dine I rli 1 4f, r n Clcuilatld 7 Chicago 11 JO toi 7 JOv (vta Clyde) U.JG A 11 A 11 tomietUiitf wftlj tinju.i tlu. Waal, North ami ijouUi ACODMHODAT1OV hHluUAJI 4 00 r it lM.9 ut Dunkirk li 2ri r a Erin S 00 F oUiul B 00 j v 1 lo I M coutHiUhitc ilh Mall TrHmKavUii' 1'oluttox U W) j M n An h en Hi IJuukirk 4 40 A 11 14 Io B A H Cleujluml 11 00 i ic (lino) hilwlo 4 Jtl r M mid 4 TO M ton uccllng murnlng truiim rmui ChraiBU bv nil thr Hues lliu above trains cmmect at GlMitlHtuI lor Ccl nibus it gllulil, I3uj ton, IiicliaMpuus, Clnchuwtl nil South ltR> tun Clui dnml HB follow R Viu (.oliinibiis, at 11 30 j ic nul 8 10 i x Vlii Clydii mid Ita) tou, at 11 40 j X S (HI p u Ac  SIliACllSK 11A11.UOAU WlMhK AltlUM.UIL.MV On an 1 nft r Mun laj N n _) follow1! 9 20 A ill Train bl n Inn nib tin IMIIIUOI, s an I lUtduii lie., nnwclii fc tl M riieuBU willi lriiii-i in I Wlnt oOOl- 11 1 awu.lu.oi and li ii.ll h III I pi it ut I- 1 lull IjtliLldi all 1 HiillM 1 villi i-v ill il raeiiHU wilh ti ill M kjisl und 11 VM. SMiVCLhl 7 OA I ram 1 un.eiih i an I V iolkl I 1 l Hal IwlllsMllL s n u i U u 9 .Mi u I uuu tl 1 am i, uv li-i! I wiiHMlle lJtnif.oti 1 and lull u 4 L l i I Tl 111 IMK it ill s '-KISNI'Jt lull Vo> M 1858 i n K will run STHACt'SK, BIWCIIAMTONANDlir WIMElt On and nrtui MoniUv Dei unilmr A 1S5S rrHiii folli WH (Hundaj s oxcupttid) 340i M Now York i t, mill tli kx prtcH trainM on UK it IHjit-Kmil lor Now "iork and BuflWIo 4 10 v M Kvonint, kjcprtsit tonnetln t, wllli iho >iight Traini (H the New and lilt Eut and eat YORK CHOTKAI. ItAlr.ROAU W1N1KK ConiinoiithiB Monday, Novombei 29 1858 GOING LEAVE SYRACUSr 1 05 A jr tiprtss slopn at Chitluniimo anil and Komo J SO i M Mall stops ut all Hi ilioi 3 x BuDTaln and Vow ixpro-s stu] s ut Lull 11 30 tcnango anil Koine 3 10 p M Buffalo ami Albauj Accommoilatif all stations iiops at GOTO} SYRACUSE 6 U i Road J New York Mail slops ftt Clj ID andFairport T 00 A ic Koad) Accommodation stops at al! fan A li Roail) Datrlbuttng Jlail stopB at all 5 16 p n Road) Albany and Buffalo Eiproes stops at all stations 2 40 r M Hoad> Albany and Buffalo Eipross slops at all stations 8361- Hoail) >fow York Eipiesg slops at Jordan Port Byron Clyde, Lyone, Newark Pahnyrn and >airiiort 6 tO T v Road) Distributing Hail slope at all stations 10 OOP Road) Emigrant stops at Warner's Canton, Woedsport and Savannah trains going Eoal on Sunday, leave Syracusn at The oniy Irtins going West on loave Sy 5 16 A 11 audio 00 H llioSlSA it train will on Monday mornings Syracuse, Not 7 10 A n nilug connect lit will) the BuHalo fti 1 New on tie New tral Hailroad 5 JO v on tie minal i 1 rains fi m Vow York and Duttalo eoiiMUuiK wilh the tiams mid esl on Ihu N C K R IhimiKh riekuU lo klmlra, Corniui, ma> lie pro i ill 1 u thu oHle of Iho Unlli J Mules Ijtpi oil voiilh Stlina slreat and al Uto ricket i tltuc cornel of Onon laga nail Clinton HUuolM lie dKwir j u scuiatUkBiioRN t HOTELS. QOODRICH'S V GOODRICH, Piopiiele L uiei IHJ ollc iindl1'uton sUcots, llf Syracuee N T IAHKK In dallv tnmiltd with (.ut-loiiiti Ihoir Pitluiti. huun wtll It-jl art k lyvntobw lurablo li ut ll i I In i f A B L U H 0 L A N D' b IH tho platu wl tit ll bi Ul Ka an n H 1 i h I Picture lounfc utjllt lUtilul MiluUi Bailad t tail) itduiii nil I VND S{ Is Uie place e PHO1 IXiR tpllb HI 111 uinno be excollc 1 in Ihut counli> alii! at vciiuiikablo 1'r IIVKVKY HOUSE, (On thu European N i 0 1 Haiti street Opposite the Gi anger Block, 83 rucuso Y fl 1RM VF A1J HOURS 1110 I) UARVK, Pioimuloi N Y HOUSE, Xl OSWltO This new Itm Hottl is now open for tho reception of guouls lib local on is ctnli nl, and ilu tcllj oupoailo the luili OHd Dei ot Rooms aro and Cm nitui e. as welliui lonsc onlirclj ntn Hot and cold balhs can bo had al all honis Ihc llolel ill bt kept on both the 1 uropean ami Auiuri can plans' w j 1-roprletor Oswogo Julr 30 1S68 1868-9 WINTER ARRANGEMENT HOl'SE, (Jormeriy Union NO iAST yAYETfE STREET, Bolwaen Warren anil Montgomery streets bYHACUMS Tlio undursignod -Mild respectfully announce to his fi lends and tho public at laige, that he has leased the e named House- for a term of yfars i e modeled and ro furnished the same, second to none hi th  tt SD b T t L AV E L L S S O N S ,1 NO 30 NOltlH SAlINt iVoruiHH Ulmlt, (I'oiiiiLily tui THOUSAND DOI1.AR8 WORTH iioora AND suot.s Ut ik r In ROCHttL3 AND 1'ItOVlSlONS, cor Xulkorry am! Madison stroll, Syracuse, N T comlant siipjiU of 1 ork II inn, bhouldert, Duller, Lard Hour, ftai ami Surf ua, W Inu mid LJ always on hand, ut the lowest markot prlciln dlt) GKO. C. A.VUUKWM, ilo and Kelail Dealer In UHocEium rnovisio.Nb 1'nlla, Broctm, Cordite Mali, I'ork Stll Vrnil Nuts de le II South 4aUna slrcM, S Y N 1 I f r ull chills of Produce dll dU i n r TM II iriM -ri 11 I rt m INT TAII OK, i in I Jameu slrciLi, (Over a Dealer 111 I AND kiJflSOS w luting a karuitnt etillo Kt il I ilu well to e ill as ho IIM uo ____ dlO 1IUK1VM1KR, v Hbi I suit and KtLill IVaUrs lu DOMESnc DRY GOODS, MtliM Jfttl-UU, YA-NKtt NOTIONS it, Ni II lilii Genesoo blrcct, ayracuw, N Mircliii ti Mitlinor? aad Pwllors suppUnl at New i urk Jobbing 1'r t ja ill dtf Direct fiom taaum ii Whloli they ara (ireparid lo sill froni 16 lo 26 iier etui tlian any oliisr lu thla Lily They have taken advantage or Ilia bard times and liotmlil for Lash loiuequaitlly utn Hell at prlcoi. that defy iompclltlou ri oil mock LoinnrUwe ovorylhlng lu Ihe lino of BOOW, SIIOSS, IJvA'lllkR AND HXDMdS Ulov keop LoiiHlantly ou luwd Calf and Patent Leather Voita Ot every ityle and price Atoo, Ladkw' Prumlla, Faxed Plain, Confrms and Morotco.Calf Kipuid Enamelled BooU a general aaaoruueut of Youths', ud CtuMrtn'i Work ncolvcd large additions to their iuxt of eolu UaUior, rrcucli Skins Upper klus and every Ihuurlil tlio Hiiu .f which they oAVrnt very km They will sell you tfooj fresh work of their own uianuhtcltfro and fiaaUn: work of the very best quality, as low as you can buy old mocj In an) atore In the clly Work wade lo order and wa. ranted Kemembor the plate, Xo 30 Voura SJU.IA Snurr dglO dlf urheeit Ukxk, (formerly Empire Hie hualuewi, vU Rose wood, COFFINS HAIK has Just returned from New wilh a and aaortaont of tbu latest of UhNTIJuJltVa WEAK, Which aro IIOM open for Ibe inspection of his old ciuilumers and such new ouu as choow to make him n He eoatiuuM lo do r A 11 O It I K 0 BUSINESS As usual, and warrauw all (armenla of bki make to nl to hair tJilrance to rooms between the sloreaof Hopkhu Jia. and 1 rusdell A V, allace, Gentsee strwl Syracuse Mahogany, Binck Walnut, Oak, Butternut, Oheuy, Pine ,and c White-wood Oi STYLK, QUALITY AND ALSO, CKAfftl, PATSAT METALLIC BURIAL OAlAKt Which for aljlo, durability and finish, aro far superior lo anything heretofore used for tho purpose It is oblong ia form, and beautifully finished In imitation of Rosewood elaborately ornainnnlod, Ihe top of heavy plate Klass thus preeenllng a full lew of tho body, and when up Is porfectly air tight and impervious to water, rendering i Invaluable aa a means of transporting the bodv of a do ceased friend to a distant part of the c rantry for sepulluro u It preTonli the spread of conlagion, and for a time ar rests tho progress of decomposition All that in lepnlsiio has been discarded in its arrangement and shape, and ye It retains in tha fullest extent all the requisites of an appro prialu receptacle far tho dead 'p SHROUDS, Of Merino, Delaine, Mousiin Cambric Also, Caps and Handkerchiefs kept consuuil y ou ham or madoal abort notice Handles, Plates, Boies andlovorv variety of Trimmings in endless quaullu Ovor3r Mr aplendld Hearses in roaclluees for Cily or Counlry use at all of tut day or night euuuiry Hf Carriaiicii fumlshcd and inlermonls procured hi an] Cemetery hi cltj or adjomuijf towiw tO- Personal In all cases when required and no pa us will bo spued to give entire and re Hove the friends of the many unnleuaat dulion connected with tlie preporations for burial, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Office Open Day and Vighi 49" Please remember Uio number, tO- 60 SOUTH SAL1NA STRE1 Residence, 110 South fraluui N B -C RUST 4 SON- have the for'nita. Trump's Patent Corpse Preserver for this cily and county dc9 If LAMPIt FOR THE MILLION KiKOSEM OILS SOX OOBBiyiXO (.1UUI IIHIUJAVCT WITH t T E Oil is not oxpkMive will not gum up ae othor ami will not t-reaao the linrat fabric bv epillim the Oil on the same To roatl 01 to werk hy II w that win be aired The amount of light produced from this Oil ia eoual in Ut SPHIM the same .light Slo, o ami for three hours Oill and see for j ourselves and j ou light obtained from this Oil exceeds in brllliaucv that ofanj-olhtroll or fluid heretofore dtoixnored posaeagnur 111. great of being HPUISHE and imnainine liquid la coldest weather and for its great waxen rplIK KOCIABI.K, or One Tuotuaud and Homo X AmusMiiwili OiaradM Tablaaul Gwiea, fc. by autlior of tlie Own wUtl SOQ Illustra IBXii I'ockK IHari.., ill rim, v.ry low, or luul Backgammon Boards Uamas of (uhloii and famine The only cssils Yaukn Notlow, Cards, kc. >or Mje at 7 Ikut Ceudwe ODEY'8 Ijtrgo alz OT HOOK FOR WCCSMBIX- and evlra received and for aaja B R rBCK, No 7 Oaosiii omparod with any other known light The attached to The burner of this lamp, nt a alight oiponso, can bo ed to an} ordinarj lamp D MCCARTHY it co 4i and 46 South batma street ioay4lf Solo Agents for Iho Kcroiono Oil In Synclue MOirniUBfik-Tue Allantic Monthly for Ja ry, eommeocing a now volume A. uar, Harper's Monthly for January The American CklhoUc Almanac for I860 Juiit received and for at F'ECK's ll-9 Mo 1 East Gen street] DM U 7 flurt GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, VI V MJSPENSIOtf BRIDGE TO TORONTO, DETROIT, I-onla Milwaukee, Rook Island, Bulling ton St Paul, Galena, Dubuque, Cano, Qiitacy, Mndlsoa, lond du Lac, and all points in Ilia WEST AND SOUTHWEST Trulns Icavo Hit Suspension Bridge nt fallows Sundays co 1CXOMKODAT1ON xcopted S 30 A M rives at Hamilton S 00 A K Toi onto 11 36 A H DAY 11 46 A B at Hamilton at 1 35 p Jr.loiomo 4 06 p x Delroit 10 10 l 11 (suptiii Chi cownecting wilh all Hues West Noi th and South ACCOXIIODATHIV 3 46 p K Vri iving at Hamilton 5 46 p x Toronto 8 40 r I ondon 9 JO p M ETP1US3 116 A M nt Detroit at 1 30 p n (dinner Chicago at 4 00 A as above P leave 1 01 onto foi Kiuntllou und 4 15 P connecting wilh all lima 1220 Trains o Doll oil v lu Detrort and Milwaukee Rail ay as follow a >oi ht Jolma, 8 00 and 3 00 r x for Grand Itav ou and M Iwauket 10 46 p Kg- llirongh noketa for ail points West and Southwest onu bo obtained at the lieku Office of tho New Con T OVKJOY'S HOTBL, _Lj On the coi nor of Park Row mid Beckman street Opposite City Hall and Park Fountain, NEW YORK Ihis Hotel is conducted on the European Plan for HID i commodalion of both Ladies and Gentlemen PBICSB TOR BOOHS AS FOLLOWS Room for one person 60 corns poi day Gentleman and Lady U 00 per day Adjoining tho Ladles' Parlor ia A PRtVlrE RESTAURANT Gentlemen and Ladles, where Heats will be furuishod lit all hours, guests paying for only what Ihoy oidei L1BBY, WHITNEY ft CO Beware of a house iu Greenwich street, called Lovojoy'a House which is ro presented by 1 ackmcn and runnoislo be a blanch of Hi s lit UKO, it having no connection what vcr-n Ith that house [ilf JOHN t. COOK COFFEE HOUSE Coi nw Washington and Warrcu slreots East end of K R Depot, Syracuse, N Y rius H6lcl, long and favorably known, is kept ON HIE EUROPEAN PLAN, Wilh Barn and sufficient accommodations for tho conntrv tw ol rhis is tho only Hotel in Iho cily whore guwrts can bo accommodated with lleals at all bom s of the day LADIES' DINING SOO1I, Gouts will The proprlolois of Hi a House rctiiin to their ]Hitrons their thanks foi forme! patiouaso and aohut a coiitmu TABElt ic HOLLAND la Ilia whoiu LTlTERGRAPUh ait made, e for sending aviai in lulluis to distant TABEB HOWLAND'S Is Iho place where DAGUERRrOrYPEs ai o m ulc eii i for all those m want of Cheap Work luVui in, low IHIRrY sEVKS CtNTS I   in 1 suiU Ui tu Ih hu_ UL01Ilia JOHJf H. MORRI8, deakv WINES UQUOdS and CIGARS, No end Block, Syracuse, k Y jeSOdlf anco of tho same J15lilf JOHN L COOK JOHN L. COOK; JK AUSTIN D COOK OT. LOUIS AMD KANSAS WABASH AND GREAT. WESTERN E B LINE Tlie most du ect, pleasant and quickest i oute fi om Ihe LASTfERN STATES, lo FoitWajno, Ufavotte Logausport, Docatiu, Spring Hold Naplos Pool la, Alton Louisville Bloomlugtou, ST IOU1S AVD E-tprees Trams leavo Union Depot Toledo Immod ntely on ari ival ofTialus from tho East and run directly UiroiiKh wlthuutanydoliiy onespt sufflciem lime for Meais DU ect connections aro made At lort Wayne for Columbia, Plj mouth and Chicago At Peru, for ludlamipolis, Cincinnati ami I ouisvillo AtLnftyitte, for Now Albany, louo Haulo, VinotmiM T71AYKTTE HOTKI., 1? S D POMEROY, Proprietor No eEasttayetlcslrcel, SYRACUSE fli s well known House IB localed in Uie central part of iind fr FACT I Two less changos by this Route ihan by others nud 86 miles m distance aavod I READ I Do not bo deceived by Ellis of olhor I mes, recommend ing Inferior and >my much longer routes, bul secure pas by I his well buift und equipped line II Is owned aifd controlled by Eastern Railroad Men and is run with aTlcw to pleaso tho tl avclcr and safety All aro made at Union Depots and Bummee through and no charge for nraduiu, Sliliinots of Fi eight wilt dud this lino unrivalled COT dispatch TRY THIS ROUTE I TOHouto" f0r Vta loledo Wabasl> Gl Ml Wost jXS" Through Tickets can ho procured of all tho Railroad and Momnboal Offices iu Iho iaalern SUUa and1 Canai a. fr W BARTLE1T, aEO H WEED dt4 Gonoral Ticket Agent General Eastern Agent Mio propnotor of tho Fayoltt House tnkoa thw onporlu nity to tlumk his friends and Iho jiubhc for then palrmage h thorto, nud solicits a continuance of the and feels HOUM B satiilaclion lo all who may slop at his Mi I BIRNUM is retained as Assistant, whose reputa tion foi jMihtcncssandatteulton lognesls is wcllesuiblishod Tlic btoblcs allached to the Fayotte House premiseTaro larto and convenient, and secon 1 to none m the citv i Tully ondnga Hill, stop here and ime of their departure Onoudaga Hollow and On will bo w" D0 S D POMEROY B Ai in e ft om DeRuy lei Caasnovla Delphi, Oran Manllua HOTK1., Eight rods Soalh Contral Railroad Depot SYRACUSE General Stage and Omnibus Depot for the places named below and Immediate atallons iHIUVJLg HKKUfWAY'S CELEBRATED ALES GREENWAY CO Ara now manufacturing four grades of Ala, comprising XXX, XX S and LAGER, Put up m hudB bbls bfs and qtrs and delivered to anv part of the city at the following rates XEC huda bbls hfs K 60 qlra T6 XX hhds 12 bbls 8 hft, 3 00 utrs 1 60 X hhds 10 bbls 6 hfu J 60 ntrs 1 it LAGI8, put up iu quartan only, aud sold at Orders through the Postofflce, or at Greonway Pet o nJHiui _i___A i- tCo a offloo, 10S Weat Water su-oot i- ROCK SPRIMQ AI.R DKPOT, R H HOWRY, Agent fur tho sale of the ROCK SPRING ALE, XX AND XXX, Will be happy to recelvfrordera for this Celebrated Aio al his Depot UNDER CORINTHIAN H NORTH SAIJNA STREET, The Brawery la located ou tho Split Rock. Plank Road Just above the gate jW Or den will bo laitn J' II his Ate Da pot, as M itdus It-It mil 1 H X p prlolor of the Brtwcr) In nil eim It i ninth landed lo CAMAHDAIGVA MOITAT 4 HASI1E, Agents for the Celebrated Canandaigua Ale Office, ncri door  OR DETROIT, CHICAGO, AKD ALL WEST Trains loavo Buffalo dally, (Suudajs exceptod Erie sli ect Depot, on New York time, as follows cmcAoo Bipaiw 3 06 A H at Pani 8 62 A s Ion 8 42 A n Detroit 1 so r v .dinner and arrives attChloago at 4 00 A M eonnecUnir with all lines West Noi th and Sou'lh "-------conuott at Detioit with of Brintuall's Hotel take this opportunity nk their num hank their numerous from mmw JB- Ail packages or bundles for Omnibus or Delivery will receive our piompt attention, If loft in our carV W G CO, Proprietors Brtatuall's Hotel Paris and at Paris nt 1030A M .London at loop M at Paris 325r x London 5 K i Detroit 10 16 p K (suppi 1116 A connecting with all lini and South Chicago at West North 20051 "M an'. S Y0lk "mC and all information bo oblaiueil t 37 Elchanto sti eel and at the Eric sti eel Depot J MACklHDY Prcni.lf.Mi JOHN KoKIERNAN, GeuoialTcUt Agent Bumtlo November U14 dtr T IBBY HOC9K, -Lj Noe B4, M and as Warren street NEW YORK Proprietor, IRA A LIBBY Laid Clark, Libby k Co Merchants Tlus House, w well nud fav orably known as the Wyck off, 'is pcilsaally conveniently tocatod lu WarVen 'hC The Caoandalgna Ale Is tha moat popular beverage lu the country, and ia never allowed lo depreciate in quality UoOal Haitw have been Ibe Agouti for a number of years, and hundreds of customers can be referred lo, to prove the merits ofthi Ale and the clever quail tics of the owners Mf Ale delivered to any part of Ibe city or coualry ou the shortest notice Leave your orders at tbe Canandaigua Ale Office, next door eaat of the County Clerk's offlee SyracuM, Dec 3, 18M dtf JfOfTAT 4 HASTJE. BBANDXBS. WXNKI, LABOE3T stock iu WeMnm Sew York, aad wa can Mil them at New York (Sly and guarantee them They caoskit of Brandy of the following brands Plnel, Oasumon i Co "T "J Che "Champagne" Brandy, Otard.Dspuy Co "L. Rwtecu Cognac" In half pipes, quarlart and eiCutSL Our Wines consist of "Pure Juice "Burrundy "Pale and Golden" Soar" the eoniluits ot I'll Liiilnn ue tlie ii torn ie I ill mil i uf-, pc 11 inee ,1 th it d llu vi is ID 1 v (.1 leiuchclit it istUMUu 111 llllOllCllCtl IM lilies it-, diup inoi isses tin! Us lltl nti i ith tieeb inste til ui It i-, eiioii'li to that piojeciul ihe pUu upon ibe lie ot centiiucb mil ihiUiino CllOlyh lelliuns to fill ille HieiMiieoi Ins gieit coiieeptioit Tins benati coi ti n td to tlie n uili w ng Hid tlic House u' KepUBonluiM, til south MIIIJ, tit the ijiiiol unlil the 2-Jih ol Jbll, I'.tittsh iim> tho ett) >nil binned llic jnl lie Thiiocuureildii'itig uidthe Tie- idont mnnetluteb coineiied tile' ton .cs-, Both houses met in a buck building as BloJget'a Hotel, which occupied i pail oi the squaicnou co-veicdlv) the Oenonil I'ost Olheo But the accoinniodalioiis in tiiAt house Oe'ing quite iiisnfticient, i number ol public spirited citwens euctec! a more com moclioiM building on Cipitol Ililland edit to Congress tlie ofki vas and both houses continued to OCCUPY it nn h! tlie iMiigs of the now Lipitol -iveie com pletcd This (Ju the atioct oppoatto to the not tho coinei of the Capitol equal e, mil 1m since been easionallj occupied peisons employed it. difleient bi mcheb of thepublic ser> ice On the 6th of Dec Ibl9, the Senate as sembled ioi tlie Jiibt tune in tlic charabei has been the theatre oi their dehbei stion loi more than tliutjMime j ears, and now the strite and uncertainties of the p aie finished, we sec around us on hide the proois of stability ,uid enient, this Capitol is ot the Eepubhc, noble piiDlic bnildmgs meet the lew on en hand, treasuies of science and the arts be- gin to accumulate As this flounslung cib enlarges, it testifies to tne wisdom and fore- cast that dictated tho plan of it Future geneiations will not be distiubed with ques- tions conceimng the centre of population or of territory, since the steamboat, the rs.il- load, and the telegraph e made commuin cation almost mstaiieous The spot is sacred by a thousand memoiies, which aie so many pledges that the citj of Washington, found- ed b> him and bearing his revered name with its beautiful siteTboundcd by pisqures- que eminences, aud the broad Potomac and lying within view of his home and His tomb shall remain foi the political capit.lot the United States It would be interstmg to -lote tho gradual changes which have occouied in the piacb- cal woiking of the eminent since the adoption of the constitution and it nm be appropriate to the occasion to lemaikone of the moat stalking of them At the organ ot thegoveiument.the Senate toi seemed to be legaided cbiefij as an ex ecutive council The President often iisit ed the chamber and confeued personally with this body, most of its business was transacted with closed doois, and it took compaiatively pait m the legislate e debates The rising aud i igoi oils intellects, of the country sought the -uena of tlie House of Eepresentatives as the appropri- ate theatre foi the displaj ot their powers Mr Madison obsencd, on gome occasion that being a young man, dcsiiing to in- crease Ins reputation, he could not attord to entei the Senate and it will be remember ed, that BO late as 1812, the great debates which preceded tlie war and aioused the country to the asseition ol ita right, took place in the other bianch of Congress To such an extent was tha idea of seclusion car ried, that, when this chamber was complet ed, no seats weie prepared for the accom modation of the public, and it wisnotim til many years afterwards that the seim- circulai gallery was erected which admits the people to be witnesses of jom proceed ings Hut now, the Senate, besides its pecu- liar relations to the cxeeutne depaitment of the government, assumes its full share of duty as a co-equal blanch of the legislatuie indeed, from the limited number of its mem- bers, ond for other obvious most important questions, especially of foreign policy, aie apt to pass fiist under discussion in this bodj, and to be a mcmbei ofit is iiibt lyrcgaided aa one of the highest honors TvhicL. can be confeued on an Ameiican statesman The progress of this popular movement, in one aspect ot it, has been steadj and At tlieougin of the government maiked II has been gre-ally beautified and improved, under Ibe d reetion of Ihe i proprietor, who his romtercd It of the most allractwo as well as the meal i class COJIMhRCLAI HOUSE In York, boiug in Iho heart of tlio R Mf W INTER AKKANGEJUiNT On and after Monday Win 1868 until far ler notice Trains on this Rond will run us follows !Saa aj s excoptcd) GOING NORTH o Rome Sol 8 00 A M HIM) I, 510A "freight S 710 r M Kxpfess Cxnnfcllngnt Wntirtown with Potsdam and Walerlown illsra) aud ol CupeMueent with terry Boat for Klnm. n C W and Urand Trunk; Railway gs BETDKNINe Leave 7 7 20 .1 2S 2 JO p ]t Mail 8 30 A u Exuress a is A Leave WaUrtown Mall Connecling at Rome with New York Central RaHw die CAHJ08 DDTTON, office, who will uumeiltotel} send "porter for it Cameos will al nil times ba In ittcadaiieo lo coavev guejla or the HOUM lo of Iho city y The now proprietor is determined that the old and woll MtHbtehed reputation of Iho Wytkoff" nrt.nfter m hia hands, ami he hlmielf to pay tendon lo tho comfort and of lia pitroni Tho TiBis will at all Umu be aupnUedwilh tha 1ml the in rapect the DbbySouMshaH not be sarpuMd by any In Saw York H BRIM otBce dark with tlw former will Glm of Keder Colo.nt and other brands I Croli and Haw England Rums Iriah and Scotch Whiskiea Apple and Cherry" Bran. London, Sootoh ud Phjladalphia Porter For aale by JAYOOJE k OMEN, No CT North aaliiia atraat. GREErTWAY'S ALB PORTKR HOUSE. It is with that the proprietor of this old Q1.1TB AND CABLED HAIR JOHN F. ROTHOANOAL, MAHUPAOTUHKR or OLUJI AND CDBLID HAIR, Rooiiana, N Y. A supply of the above arllotes nonatantly on hand, an I wan anted free from adulteration CASH PAID rom Diia guiap Sjiwa CT All orden thionih the Port ODce attend mrttlj BEST ALES AND PORTIR Thai are manufactured In tha SUUa, and Llguon the bast to Ihe world, of which ho ln> ita. all to callaid tov Among the beat Alei ue too following brands QREENWAY'S XX and XXI CANAKDAIGUA OLD ETTOCK, CANADA PALfe, And MOITAT'8 PALI All recommended by the Meuical Faculty as healthy bar LONDON PORTER AND SCOTCH ALI In Dotilo, anil oo Draught dim JAKES MANN BOOK The uurehued the extenriv. BOOK B1NDKRY of L HALL, and removed the stock end Dxtnra to NO 1 FBANKLIN BUILDINGS, are now prepared to execute work la their neataeM dlsfiatch. Hr. MILIiIB was recently connected wilh of the largest Binderies In New York, will rule Books to any palter en, plain orfancj, and bind the same In Ihe moat workman Ilia manner Hr WHITTlMOUhM long bean 
                            

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