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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 15, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                C ENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY D. J. HALSTED CO. SATURDAY, 15, 1859. VOL. 1., No. XLIV PKICE TWO CENTS CENTRAL COURIER. BY D. I. HAinXO F1VK Ono Jo fKIOIH OF A1IVKBTI9IHO. rinxxN uiw MAKK A AJVASS. IIAILT. 50 Ifilf wjuaro 1 1 00 'I'S 'lo "2 50 ..3 50 ..0 00 10 00 1 3 f uumlh J '...20 00 lit! do  T. TAILOR, Weuld respectfully Inform tho Inhabitants of Syracuse that lit feu special for SCOUH1NO, PRESSING AND REPAIRING OBITS' GABXENT8. In tho but manner, at NO. 18 MONTGOMEBY STBEET, Oppottte Iho Mjreri Block, he 11 prepared lo receive all orderi cart W Cutting and Making done to order da Mm BOOTS AND SHOES. TV YOV -WANT TO YOCTUK1WKH 'WITH [BOOTS AND SHOES, dO TO THE SYRACUSE BOOT AND SHOE STORE (WIEHNO BLOCK, Opposite Syracuse House 08 dlf TTBALTII AND KCONOKY. FARMERS, MECHANICS, LABORERS, Ami everybody in want of Good, Homo-Made, Water-Proof BOOTS AND SHOES, Kon THI FALL AXU WIXTIB SIASOXS. TRUESDEuTaT WALLACE, t No. T Frankllu Dulldinga, E. Goneeoo street, 'Iho stand formerly oscupled by McDougall, Fenton fit Co.. pactftilly request of you an examination of Ibe BEST AND CHEAPEST Stuck of Boots and Shoos over offered to tho retail trade in Syracuse, comprising Ken's and Boys' Double Sole French Calf, Kip, Thick ami Rubber Boots Ladles' Calf, Goat and Morocco, Lace and Congress Roots, together with a large and varlud assortment, Including every desirable style and qtullty of Ladles' ami Gentlemen's, Youths' and Infant's BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. These gooda are almost exclusively of our own manufsc- lure, and warranted superior In style and quallly to all others In Iho market. Notwithstanding tho largo advance In the price of Leather, we are slUl selling at the LOWESTT PANIC PRICES OF LABI WINTER, For Cash Only. Do not throw aw.iy your on worthless goods, whon for a trifling advinco you can obtain an article worth double the amounl. Every description of work made to order, in tbe iiionl approved styles, at the lowest possible figured. Dealers supplied with a superior article of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Kip and Coarse Boots, Ladles' Lsee and Con- gress ihiou, of our owu manufacture, at the loweet rates for cash. f TRUESDELL k WALLACE, .No -I Franklin Buildings, dim Geiieew street, Syracuse. AND LKATHER AND FINDINGS. R. STIL WELL'S SONSj NO'. 30 NORTH SALINA STREET, iVorhecs Block, (formerly 1 Ins Just received FIFTY THOUSA-ND DOLLARS WORTH HOOTS AND SHOES, Dirool from Eastern Hwufaclursrs, Which they are prepared to sell from 16 to 26 per cent, lower than any olher oalabllshmenl lu this city. They havo taken advantage of the bard times and bought fer cash, consequently can sell at prli.cs that defy competition! Their slock comprises everything in Ihe hue of BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. They keep constantly on hand Siena1 Kip, Black, Calf and Patent Leather Boots, Of every style ami price. Also, Ladles' Prunella, Foxod Plain, Congress anil Lace Gaiters, Morocco, Calf, Kip and Enamelled Boots Besides a general assortment of Boys', Youths', aud Children's Work They have Ju.it received large additions to their stoek of Solo Leather, French Calf Skins, Upper Klpa, and every In tho line ef Findings, which they offer at very low prices They will sell you good fresh word; of Iheir owa manufacture, and Eastern work of the very best quality as low as you can buy old stock In any stare In the city! Work made to order and warranted. Remimber tho placo, No. 30 Noatu SAUXA Srun, Vorhrw Block, (formerly Empire I HUT HAIR has just returned from New York with a large and elegant assortment of the latest etvlea of goods for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, Which are now open for Ihe Inspection of his old customers am! inch now choose to make him a call, lie continues to do TAILORING BUSINESS As uaual, niul unrranla all garments of hit nuke lo at lo hair JO- Entrance to his rooms between the storesof Hopkins Rai and Trusdell Ic Wallace, Geiiesee street, Syracuse _______________________________ dlf SOCIABLE, or One Tboaaand and one Houa JL Amusements, Cbare.lt., Tableaux, Games bv auihor of tbo "Kaflelu's Own mo IHusl us PECK'S, 7 Eut Geuesee street LADY'S TOOK FOR DECEMBER- Large silt and extra plates, received and for ssle B: R. PUCK, -1 No. 7 Eau tieatsea CITY NOTICES. OFOTCK OF THE TUBASVKKK AXD 1AX RaCEIVER, ariuCTiai. December 15th. ISiS. PAY YOUR TAXES la horeby given Ill-it Ih. Tax Bolls for County Taxea tor Iho several warila of Uio cHy ef 8yracnsi5, for Ibe year 1848, with Ihe >tarrante of the Riipervisors attached, been placed lu my hamls for collection, and all persons named therein aro required lo pay mo at my Iho City Hall, tin amount of iholr luxes, on or before tho llrst day of February next, ensuing Also, for Iho lliroo weeks following Iho ilato nf thla nollco, any person may pay his, her, or their Countj and Slate laxix, by paying one por cent fees thereon after the ox pirallon of tho time aforesaid, thrco per ujnt fuca will bo artdeil anil collected, up to Uio ttrat day of Kobruarj aflet which tho taxes remaining unpaid will bo plated hi the hande of an officer duly authorize.! lo collect tho vum. ab required by tho charter. WIIEATCN, ____ Treasurer anil Tax Rrxoii or CLERK'S OKFICB, Syraouie, Nor AnsianuWT No J is boroby given tliat tho awcsameut roll for flagslonu siilewallcon the west side of Salina street, from the Globo Bniiiliiigs In Onoodaga itrcot, bas boon loft with the Treasurer and Tax Receiver for collodion, to whom evnry person, corporation or association may pay his, horror their assessment foi slitT days from Uio dale of this nolico, as follows. For ten days without fee for ten claj s thereafter at one por cent fee, fortnculy dajs succeeding at threo por cuut and for the remaining Iwonly clays al live per cent fee If nnj such assessments remain unpaid nt Iho cxpiralion of tho timo above mentoncd, they will bo collected as provided by the Revised Charier JAMES S GILUSI'IE, Ckrk ITT CLKRK'S OFFICE, Nov Bib, AsmsmnrNo on Iho west SKlo of Salina street from the Globo Buildings to Ouondaga strcot is hereby given that tho ns Hcasment roll for the above mentioned Improvement has been tiled lu this office, ami -ulll remain open subject to Inspection for, ton da) s from the clalo of llih notice, during which time any person may examine thn same The As scssors will meet at this offlco on Tnesdaj, tho 16lh insl at 10 o'clock u lo hear any objections to said assess- ment, and correct the same If nocefisarv JAMB3 S. GILLE3PIK Clork CITY CI.KItK'9 OFKICK, STKiCTOB, Nor 6lb 1858 OF Crrr Arnmnra Is horoti> Klven, tliat all accounts lo receive Iho attention of this Bosrtt, together with the proper vouchers lor same, must bo loft with the City Clerk on or before tho 15th mt. By order of the Board no tf JAMKj S GHJfSPIE. Clork Qflfi11-ABOHKRS -WANTED I Immediately on Public Works Apply lo office No. 4 Arcade Syracuse, Dec1 Z8th, 1868 E A. KING WAWTBD-FOR THOE U. 9. ABMT, ABLE BODIED HEN, TO whom wUI bo given GOOD PAY, BOARD, CLO- THING and MEDICAL ATTENDANCE I Fay from to per month. None but good! and sober men, a foot 0 Inches high, will be ac-( copted. Apply at No. 60 West Water slrcK W A. WINDER, latLt 3d Artillery, iuse, Dec. dtf Recruiting Officer II ALL t NOW OPENING AT CHINA HALLJ Ho 10 SOCTH SAUNA STKBBT, OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS, JMaklng our Stock LARGE, FULL AND COMPLETE In all its departments Our importation! of CROCKERY t Are from the best manufactories in Euiopc. Our OlaM Wire, Brittaam, Planished and Plated Ware, Table Cutlery, Lampg, Gas Fixtures, etc. Aro from the best manufactories In America, enabling us to sell our customers Uio best quality of goodB at tho lowest possible rates. Wo have also a large stock of LAMPS, Tho KntosENi LAW, tho moat popular Lamp of the times, a groat variety of styles. Wo aro soiling tho Kerosene Oil, and shall be constantly supplied. GAS Fmrsa AND FIXTURES. We aro the only Agents In this city of tho colebrated Gas Fixtures of Cornelius k Baker, of Philadelphia. Wo aro prepared lo rnn Gas Pipe into Dwellings, Stores, Churches, by competent workmen Also, to alter old Lamps to Kerosene or Fluid. Gas Futures renewed Gilt or Bronze, at short notice. FLUID GAS FIXTURES. A well sslocted slock for the Loveless and Mace, patoot burners. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. In( this department wo cannot be cxcolled. The public aro respectfully Invitod to call and examine or themselves. nMdtapSl S P. FIERCE k CO TMPORTAHT The (well-known UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT ot CHARLES RUST SON, Formerly at 41 South Salina street, has beon removed to the elegant and spacious store ia the Piko Block, X 56 SOUTH SALINA STEEET, Directly OpfxtiU the Firii PreHrytcrum Ohanh, Where can always be found overy thing appertaining to Ae business, viz COFFINS: Rosewood, Mahogany, Black Walnut, Oak, Butternut, Cherry, Pine ,and Whitowood- OV EVERY STYLE, QUALITY AND SIZE. AISO, PATEftl XEXALLIO CASKETI Which for stylo, durability and far superior to anything heretofore used for the purpoao It is oblong in form, and beautifully Onlshed m imitation of Roeowood, elaborately ornamented, the top of heavy plate glass, thus presenting a full view of the body, and when sealed up is perfectly air-tight, and impervious to water, rendering it Invaluable as a means of transpoiting tho body of a de- teased friend to a distant part of Iho country for sepulture, as it prevents the spread of contagion, anil for a time ar- rests tho progress of decomposition. All that is repulsive has been'dlacarded In Its arrangement and shape, and yet- it retains In the fullest extent all tbe requisites of an appro- priate reoaptscle for the dead. SHROUDS, Of Merino, Delaine, Moiislin, Cambric, ic 4c Also, Caps ana Handkerchiefs, kept constantly on band or made at short notice. Handles, overy variety of Trimmiogs'io endless quantity fjf Splendid Hearses in readiness lor City or Countrv nse at all hours of tho day or night. ty Carriages furnished and interments procured in any Cemetery in the clly or adjoining towns Personal services m all canoe required, and no pains will be spared to give entire satisfaction, and re- lieve the friends of Ihe many unpleasant duties necessaries connected with the preparations for burial, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Offlce Open Day and Night Please remember the number, JUT SOUTH SALINA STRET Residence, 110 South Saltna EreeL CHAS RUST S: SON N. B RUST fc SON havo the exclusive right for uung Trump's Falont Corpse Preserver for this cily anil county. dcO IT LAMPS FOR THE MILLION. KEROSENE OILS son CHUT BitiLLUXOT nrra BCOXOSTY 1 T E Oil is not explosive, will not gum up us other oils, sad will not grease the finest fabric bv spilling the Oil on the same To read or to werk b> it is all that be de- sired Tho amount of light produced from this Oil is equal to IX SPERM CANDLES, and tbo same light costs but one cent for throe hours Call and see for yourselves, aad you will be satisfied. Tha light obtained from this OH exceeds m brilliancy tbat of any other oil or fluid heretofore discovered, potaessmg the groat advantage of being XO.V-KXPLOSIVK, und remaining liquid m the coldest weather, and for 118 great XCOMOMT with any other known light burner of this lamp, at a alight oxpeliao, ran be attached to any ordinary lamp. D. MCCARTHY t co 44 and 46 South Sftlma street, luay4lf Sole Ageuts for tbo Keroetmo Oil in Syracuse. mlUS If Atlantic Monthly for Ja i a now volume Harper'a Monthly for January The American Catholic Almanac for 1S59 Just received and for sale at PECK'S tl'-iB No T East Geueiee street] MAGAZINE: FOR JANUARY, with Extra, Plates, Fashions, tc Church Almanao for 1SW Received at PBOKJ3 East itrtiet] 18M-8 WINTER AWIASOEMEXT 1856-0. LAKE, SHORE MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINE c Forming a direct anil expeditious rotile from MAO IRA. FALIS, BUFFALO AND DUNKIRK, To Cleveland, t'olumbua, Cincinnati, Toledo, Chicago, Icil- waulceo, Galena, Rock Island, Butl'igton, Dubuque, St Paul, Mwllsim, Cairo, St Loins, and all In tbe West and Southwest. Until furtlicr notice, Trains will leave Buffalo, from Ex- change ulreel Depot, M follows, (Sunday? cxcepted) 11 40 A x at Dunkirk r ,M Brie 3 15 r n., Cleveland M To- ledo (via Clyde) 13 30 l Chicago 11 90 A x connecting with trains at Chicago for tho Went, North and South 4.00 r a iv cs at Dunkirk 6 26 r u Erie 9 00 r x Cleveland 6 00 JL n Toledo 3 15 F H connecting with Night Mail Tram leaving Toledo at 12 60 A H M eft at Dunkirk 4 40 x Erie fl fiO jk M Cleveland 11.00 l M Toledo 4 as p. M and Chicago 4 30 x., con- necting nltb morning trains Chicago by all the variotia llnefl. The above trams connect at Cleveland for bpnnglloltl, Dnyton, Indiiuiapolia, Clncinnali, and all point! South, leaving Cleveland M follows Via ColnmliiiB, a.t 11.20 A. and 8 10 r x Via Clyiloaucl Dayton, at 11 40 J x and 8 00 r X Accommodation Proms leave eland for Sandusky al 4 SO p x Returning leaves 7 00 t and ar rh cs at Cleveland 11 16 jk H connecting with Mail Train for the East Connections are also made at Toledo with the TOLEDO, WA1USK AND WESTERN BAILBOAD, Tot Sort Wnync, Wabaah, Peru, Loganiport.Xii Fayette Danville, Springfield and Bt Louis, leaving Toledo at 11! i M and 9.00 r x JW Baggiffe Checked Through to Cincinnati, Toledo Chicago, St Louis, Milwaukee, and ait principal point: West and Southwest Through Tickets by this route can bo obtained al) tho principal Ticket Oftlccs in the United States, and in Buffalo, nt the Company's Ticket Office, Exchange ttree Depot Alao, al Iho General Union Ticket Office, 17 Ex change street. WM B. BABB, (115 General Agent, Buffalo NKW TOBK CENTRAL RAILROAD WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, Nowabfcr 30, 1868 GOING 3 Cfi A. Express stops at Chittcuango and and Homo. 11 35 JL and Now York Express slops at Chll. tenango and Rome 3.10 p x and Albany Accommodation stops all stations GOING SYRACUSE: 515 A u Road) New York Mail: stops at Clyde and Fairport. t.OO J M Road) Accommodation: stops at al stations. 7.20 A x Road) Distributing Mail: stops at all stations. 2.16 p Hold) Albany and Buffalo Express stops at all stations, 2.40 P. Road) Albany and Buffalo Express a stops at all stations. 8 36 p. Boad) New York Express: stops a Jordan, Port Byron, Clyde; Palmyra and Fairport. 8.40 p. Boad) Distributing Hall :'stops al all stations. 10.00 p. Road) Emigrant: stops al Warner's Canton, Weodsport and Savannah. The only trains going East on Sunday, leave Syracuse 3 56 A M !'j The going West on Sunday, leave Syracuse 515 A n and 10.00 T. x. Tho 6.15 A. H train will not run on Monday mornings. C V1BBABD, General Superintendent. 1868-9 WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1868-g GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, VIA SUSPENSION BRIDGE TO TORONTO, "DIT Chicago, St Louis, Milwaukee, Rock Island, Burling- ton, St Paul, Galena, Dubnque, Cairo, Qulncy, Madison, Fond duLnc, antl all points in Ihe WEST AND SOUTHWEST Trains leave the Suspension as follows, Sundays oxceptcd ACCOMMODATION. A M. Arrlveo nt Hamilton 9 05 A M Toronto 11 35 11.46 A M nt Hamilton at 1 38 v. x Toronto t 06 p. x Detroit 10.10 r. K Chi cogo 11 IS A H connecting with all lines West, North and South. AOCOMIKUJiTKKl. 3.45 P. u at Hamilton 5.16 p. x., Toronto 8 40 p x., London 9.30 f n S.15 A. x at Detroit at 1.30 p x., (dinner Chicago at 4 00 i. x., connecting with at) Ibis as above 49" Trains leave Toronto for Hamilton 7.40 A. x 12 20 and 4.16 p. x. Iff Trains leave Detroit via Detroit and Milwaukee Rail way, as follows: For St. Johns, a 00 and 3.00 p. M fo Grand Haven and Milwaukee, 10 45 p x. HO- Through Tickets for all points West and Southwest can bo obtained at the Ticket OIBco of the New Yort Cen tral Depot, Eric street, anil of Mtlton Randall, Agent, Union Office, No. 17 Exchange street, Buffalo. C. J BRYDGES, Gon'l Y. Managing Director, Hamilton, C. W dtf OT. LOUIS AMD KANSAS. WABA8H AND GKEAT WESTERN B.B. LINE. Tho most and quickest route from the STATES, To Fort Wayne, Lafayette, Logansport, Deeatur, Spring field, Naples. Indianapolis, Peona, Alton, Louisville, Bloomlngton, ST LOUIS AND KANSAS. Express Trains leave Union Depot, Toledo, immediately on arrival of Trains from tbe East, and run directly through without any delay, except sufficient time for Meals. Direct connections are made At Fort Wayne, for Columbia, Plymouth and Chicago. At Peru, for Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville At Lafayette, for New Albany, Terre Haute, Vincennes and Evansville. FACT I Two less changes by this Route than by others, and 85 miles m distance saved! 0 READ I Do uot bo deceived by Bills of other Lines, ing inferior and very muoh longer routes, but secure pas- sage by this well-built and equipped line. It la owned and controlled by Eastern Railroad Men, and is run with a vie to please the traveler and safety. All changes aro mado at Union Depots, and Beotaco is chocked through and no charge for handling. Shippers of Freight will find this hue unnvalled for dispatch. TRY THIS ROUTE I W Gill for Tickets via Toledo1, Wabash and Great West era Route Through Tickets can be procured of all the Railroad and Steamboat Offices m the Eastern Stales and 6. W. BARTLETT, GEO. R. WEED (114 General Ticket Agent. General Eastern Agent 8-60 WINTER ARRANGEMENT 18S8-M BUFFALO LAKE HURON RAILWAY, FOR DETROIT, CHICAGO, AND ALL POINTS WEST. Trains leave Buffalo daily, (Sundays excopted from Erie street Depot, on New York time, as follows: CHICAGO I 06 A, H at Paris 9 52 A x London 8 42 A x Detroit 1 SO p. n., ano! arrives at Chicago at 4 00 A M. eoimectnic with all lines West, North and South All through trains connect at Detroit with Detroit and Milwaukee Railway. ACCOXMOIXiTlOR. 0 30 A. x Parit and at Paris at 30 30 A x London at 1.00 p. x r CHICAGO axrnsB. 12.00 ic at Pans 3 25 T u London S 25 p x Detroit 10.15 r. x Chicago at 11 15 A n connecting with all lines Went, North and South. t 12 00 x Stratford and at Stratford at 6 26 r K Godench at 7 55 T x Trams arrive at Buffalo on New York time as follows 500A M ,150and930f X Through Tickets and all information can be obtained at 37 Exchange street, and at the Erie street Depot. J HACKIHDY, President. JOHN MoKTERNAN, Genera! Ticket Agent! Bnflalo November dtf WATBRTOWN, ROME AND CAPE VINCENT R. B WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and after 29th, 1868, onlilfar- ther notic.0. Trams on this Road will run as fallows fttan clays otcopMKl) v GOING NORTH. Loavo Rome, No 1 .........8.00 A M Mall.. "2 ..........8.10 A. x Freight. 3.........7101-. Couuectlng at Watertown with Potsdam and Watertown lailway, and at Capo Vincent wllh Ferry Boat fer Kiiun-' on, C W and Grand Tronic Railway r Leave Cape Vincent............720A Express ........7S6A ............J30p. Leave Watartown.............8 x Expresa A. Freight' ..............346p. x. Mali; ConnoUrng at Rome with New York Oantrsi Railway CARLOS DUTTON SWKGO 8TRACUSB H.AILROAD. WINTER ABBAXGEMEXTC and after Mondaj Xov 1868, Trams will run M follows LEAVE OSTTKiO. tially crowded wilh Cnsloiuere Tbe reaaon of this is, their Pictures bave been well leeled in this aro known lo be durable K Syracuse with Ewt and woai 6 00 r II Paawmgcr and Fl eight Train slopping at Fill ton, Lamson's Bnldwiuavillo, connecting al Sj racuae with Trains and West LEWE SYRACUSE A Train, PasMoger and Freight slopping at Baldwinsvillc, Lamson s and Fullon 8.30 A M and Freight Train stopping at Bald winsville, Lamson's and Fullon 4 45 T X Train stepping at ill stations GEO SKTNNEB, Superintendent Oincgo, Nor 20, ISiS STKACVME, BDfGHAJnTTON AITO BT Y.R R WINTER ARRANGEMENTS On and after Monday, December C, 1S58, Trams will rnn i fellows (Sundays oxcepted) LIAYE SYRACUSE 0 40 A. York Rxpress connecting with tbe Ex preen Trains on the New York and Erie Road, for New York and Buflklo. 4 10 r M Express connecting with tho Night Express Trains oa the New York and Erie Road, East and West. LEAVE BINGHAMTON 7 10 A x Express connecting with the Buffalo and New York Express on the New York Cen- tral Railroad 5.30 7 Express on the arrival of Express Trams from New "York and Buffalo, connecbng with Ihe Trams East and Weal on Ihe N Y C R. R Through Tickets to Elmira, Corning, Jkc nay be prn- cnrecl at Ihe office ef the United Slates Kxprees, South Saliua itreet, and at the Ticket office, corner of Onondaga aid Clinton streets lie dawtf p II SCHHSMBRHORN, President. HOTELS. N GOODRICH, Propneior, Corner Faycttc and Clmloli streeta.  will be taken by R D. KL ri 1Y, Agent IX, will UKVU Jl II. JitjH J1 J Al bis Ale Depot, as above, or orders left willi F prlelor of the Brewery, will, in all rrrmrtlj tended to. Msl deer JW 4 iriOw A superior article of aOOIGB tad WOLEB FOBTDt' DOLLAB9PXRBABJOL. at FT The Canandaiena Ale la lie moat popular beverage in 1 country, and la never allowed to deprecMe iuqoelltv atoflatetHaitieliaTe bean IheAfenU for .umber years, and hmidreds of easterners can be referred lo.tc prove Ihe merits of the Ale and Ihe clever liaaliiess anidl lies of tba owners. door east of Ihe County Clerk's offloe. arracate, Dec. dlf MOTFA7 HABITt LARGaBT stock in Western New York, and we eaa sell them at New York CMy prices, and guarantee them aa reprsaanlliil They eenalM ef Braadv of Ihe following brandT! CastiHiom k "T- kF. "J. Cbe- Champagne" Brandy, Co." "L. Rasleaa in half pipes, quarters aad "ftuVB. Onr Wines consist of Pure Joke "Durnrndr "Pale and GeMsn" dkerrr, Longworthy's Pry and "Appleaad London, Scotch and Philadelphia Porter OT by JAYCOX ft GRBBT, NO. North Salma o GRKENWAYT9 AM Aim FORTKR ROVIK. ra that the proprietor of this old aslab- i BWT ALEE AND PORTKR That are manufactured Is the Slataa, and Liquors tha best m the world, of which he invitee all to cajland Irv Among the heat Alee are the following braaoa XX and XXX, CANAHDAIGUA OLD STOCK, CANADA PALE, And MoVrArg PALK, All reoemaended by the Medical Tacuhy as heattky bev- erages _ LONDON FORTDt AM) SCOTCH ATX, i Bottles and on Draught dto JAMB K. MAJW. BOOK neeamart Ba BOOK BIND1EToTU HAli, aad reawred OH slack aad Brians to NO. 1 nARKURBBILDItreB. Mr. HUll'PIHOUhee lone; keen xnewnu uaaareltaMeaaa-akllralwertaM.. sow prepared to exeemle all klada ef Book- ion rice A DIVOSCE CASE. BV jonv u poL'.rrvw Jfr. II.TC aski j. king oi Ms t-aiul-iluru as she i-rl- ted herhcli at tlio clerk's, Uctk iu tlit- she me slig r icpiicd. I..) and Lk.n't j uli kiiuu father That tm- iumu, nnul. up boture Oh, how do jou.Jo, ili. piesentcd her hand. __ F mil th.it pleasure that h Ellcu Spindle I had not. We had IVme ht but Jb h n rich and iniue jrooi vie It. ome intimate. She bel.intred to <-.i sh At eigiiteen U.r. tolerauiy good lookjag giil, but what JHtle beauty she had then, had long ugo ia.icd uui she tweutj-one, her fatliur had met with some reverses, though at lnj, acme five yeaib later, he luid left ty thousand dollars In the ineantunc lu motlier ajid two sisters deceased, so that the was the cole Her pretensions were large for a millionaire. She refused several good oilers of marriage, and continued single till she was thirty, when probably the fear of dying- an old maid induced her to accept the ham) of a second rate lawyer, by the name of Winkle, who had taken a fancy to her fortune. _ Though I had not seen her foi man v 3 ears, I had kept posted in relation to her historj She spoke of the past for some time, with the evident desire to conciliate me, though for what purpose, I could not imagine. But at last she opened her business, by desiring me to call at her house on the following fore- noon. At the appointed time, I was seated in the back parlor, not a little nervous to know what she wanted of me. Ton may think, Mr. Rawlin. as you look at me, that I am a happy woman von are greatly mistaken. The heart its and ihe sighed sentimentally. I made some foolish remark, which 1 for- get now, and she proceeded with her ead story. When I was married, Mr. Rawlin, I thought homtf would be heaven but. would yon believe it, home is niiserv That is bad madam.'1 Oh. very bad sighed she, passing her handkerchief over her eyes, tho' I am sure they were as dry as a toper's throat at quar- ter of eleven o'clock. I hope you have not been unfortunate in your companion 1" Very unfortunate He does not love me, I know he does not. I can not speak a word to him, bnt he snaps mo up. If I tell him -what he ought to do, he flaies nght up and wan't let me say a word." I suggested that she had better let him manage his own business then to position utterly refused to assent. She had married him she felt an interest in hire and hig affairs, and it -was right that she ohould a voice not only in the domestic matters, bnt in his husineBS and professional affairs. In a -word, I learned from what I saw of her, that Wirji3e was an out an out grumbler one -who Trould not have been satisfied if tho Kingdom of Heaven had been outspread. He does not love me now." she wailed bitterly. Good reason I -wanted to say for no man in his senses could have loved inch 1mco mfortable woman, as she had takeinbe pains to demonstrate to me that she wag. I'm going to tell you. a secret, Mr. Raw- hn, and I -want you to assist me. I am sure my husband is false to that he loves another." I guesa not, fiJadam." "I know he is._I know the lady, and I know that she goes to his office." Perhaps she is a "He pretends she is hut I tauxw better exclaimed she and her grief was suddenly metamorphosed into hate and anger. He leaves me here in the evening, almost every and goes off. Sometimes he don't come m till twelve o'clock. He never stavg at home. you make the house too hot to hold nun. I was on the point of saving; but my desire to be civil choked off fte words. The girl's name is Preston. Mv friends have taken steps to procure a divorce, and all we -want is to prove his infidelity I know this girl goes to his office. Now if I could get you to drop in there some evenine and catch them there of the d. 3frs- "Why It ia not within my line of duty." Are yon not a policeman t" am but auch jobs have to be done br punpe and replied, indiganf- ly. "If you want your husband and the ladv arrested, get out a warrant, and I wiU arrest inem. I am a constable." But I don't want to do that yet." I am no spy. The Boston police don't do any one's dirty work." "phthey don't! But I called friend t" Can't do it madam." __ It ia only to drop into the office. I am ure you find them Something occnred to me just then and I consented to call the office of her husband. was convinced that he was an injured man hat he had been driven from his home by icr wiry temper, and. l meant to put him on nia guard against any plot she mignt devise. I agreed to go to Mr. Winkle's office that night at ten o'clock, and I went. The door waa not locked, and I walked in without mocking. Mr. Winkle was evidently astonished at my intrusion. My badge was OD, I walked round the room, peering into all tho ornera, in search, of Miss Preston. As I lad anticipated no lady was there. The lawyer was seated at 'liis desk whieli. aa covered with-books and papers. He evidently been hard at work -when I en- ered. Miss Preeton ia not here, sir T I began with a little aly humor. "Who I" Mies Preeiton." She is not here; I have not seen her for J am nPon r- She was in here the other evening, sir rnmnUv evening." replied romptiy. "She does not like to come in he daytime, and I invited her to U.T to "Toar wife didn'tlike I added. He looked at me with astonishment, might Hwghedjorlwasnotdi.- matter of an explanation, and I bun of all that   

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