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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - February 8, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. J3Y J- HALSTED CO. SYRACUSE, TUESDAY, FEBIUJ-AJRY 8, 1859. VOLUME 1, NO. 64 CENTRAL COURIER, it muv MOHMXC. (ht- BY D. J. HALST.ET) l nilll'lii. CO. WOI.t.MlS 1'KIl AN.VfM. OK I, I M J Mi I "'I .U .'.'I 1 lllll.llll HI d .-0 00' '1 UIXKIV 9 HI L do 00 :i f.n A 00 u ....low ...............S fjO IW   ...........___il Oi) oo oiding'timr lined, rt.-.l mini f..rlii.l. mil charged exh billow, Cimri-rU, Kf i-.-nl In add'tliiii lo above rali il. .in i Ii irK'-d 'it ti." rnU-i by slalul Chi. i-o i.f loi-ntliin III thf .'.Him I" iiitri-Miii-iil Tin) I'rh I'wgo o( ji-.irly ad nnltiK charm il N. nriw. por lino fur flrsllj linn r.n- .irh hiwrtl WKAVEIl. ASII t-01'SSKI.UJR AT I-VW, 7 NOBHI Hilixv llnulli-y C" Won.-, X. Y. nm-rimiw JIM) wiinii-'ilic nnuKM IX l-UP.KKiN AS'I> IXrtllSTIC WlSEfl AMI UQUOIB. .Manuf.it. lurrri of Dnrkuu -I relobniled   (Ktltl, 'I WirrlM. 18 Clmreh Bt N" Y. _ PDHTKll WALLACE, ATOIRSKYS AN'I) AT LAW, in IT Siiili.n, llMdU-y fc Co 's lUirilwnio Sure, Xii Xurtli street, ATTDHXKV ASH COL'X.-n [.OK A'f 1 AW, In M.iiblo HiiildlliK, J> 1 tf _ D. h A. T. SMITH, MUKANlCAl SUUUIHN DENTISTS uiUiuNiH Innd'J JOSEPH W. A1TORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Nn. 7 Wli-ting Bluck, Sotond Floor, Syracuse, N. Y. JOHN 1H UKTUt DIULKB AND DOMK3TIO CUiARS, ilcltSilly 1S4S-9. WINTER ARKANOWIEM. LAKKSQOKE MICIUOAN SOUTHEllN HAII.liOAI) UNK ulng a direct and expeditious route from NIAGARA FALLS, IIUFVAIjO AND DUNKIRK, To I liiToIand, Columbus, Um.lnnall..Toledo, Chicago, Mil- waukee, Hock Inland, HtirliiiKlon, Ehlbutiue, tit Paul, Madison, Cairo, St l.ouls, luul all In tin- West mid SoulhwMtt. Until further notice, will U-avo Buffalo, from Exr cliange street Depot, an s, (Sundays KxntKW MAlt. 11.40 A. v at Dunkirk 1.40 r. x Erie I- M., Cleveland T.Uor 11 To- li-ilo (via Clyde) 12.30 A K., Chluigo 11.30 A. M., connecting with trains at Chicago for thu West, North and South. ACCOMMODATION AND 1.00 r x at Dunkirk 11.26 r. K., Krle U 00 r. Cleveland 0.00 i M., Toledo 3.16 P. H. connocting with Night Mall Trnlu leaving Toledo at 1W.60 JL x MGUT KXI-IIKM. t .it Dunk rk 4 40 JL. M., Erie J- Cleveland 11 Ol) JL. M., Toledo 4 Jfi r M and Chluigo 4 50 A. H., oon- nrallng with morning trains from Chicago by all the various lines. The above trains connect at Cleveland for Columtiui, ingneld, Diijlon, IndlalialMiliK, all points ViiiVoliiinliiis, al 11 JO A. M. nml 8 10 r Vi.i Clyde and D.ijUm, ntll.40A. M. inilS.OOp. M. Accoinmi'dation Trains lenvo fl'.and for Sandnsky at 1.30 r. x. Returning hsues --iindiiaky I 00 JL. x., and ar- rlvi-sut Cleveland 11.16 A. with Mail'lrata for llio Kiwi Connections are aluo made al Toledo with tho TOLEDO, WAUAHI AND WESTERN RAILROAD, t'oi Fort Wayne, Wnbiwh, Porn, l-ogiinsport, La Fayellc. Danville, Hprinstlcld and St. Loins, leaving 'loledo al A. H ami 9.00 p. M i fjf liangHfio Checked Through to Cincinnati, Toledo, Chicago, SI Ixnili, Milwaukee, and all principal poiula West and Boulhwwit. IJf Through Tickets by this route can be, obtained at tho principal Ticket Olives in thu United States, and In Bulfaln, at the Company's Ticket OfllLC, Exchange street Depot. Also, at tho> Ucueral Union Ticket Onlcc, 17 Ex- cliaiige street. WM. R. liARR, 1115 General Agent, Bunata. Below St. Oinrlw Hotel, 'US 'I JOHN' C. HUNT, AND (Ill'XShl I'll1. Al LAW, nil .Itf '.irlnililiin II-'H, Syrjin LAW OlTK'r t'-nt >1'l'' J. M. 11A1CK11, 1-AINTFB, nitniui: Ilio'K, ROOK No 50. Flnjjii mul lllock Ix-iti-ra. MKS. MAKKlt, No. (.7 Kant I1. Ullgy. dl.llf JIOI.T.OY GHAY, ASH AT LAW, iiKcr Illicit, Syrncnae, X- Y. HI. IV. X.OCICK, I AM) OFKICK, 1IOIMK AUKNCY AXU INSOBASCE OKHCK, No 0 I'oHliiflVo llml.UliR, Syracoso 1 iltf AI.fc'XAMDJSH HISarDKUSOW, VKTKWNARY SURHKOS. of Itiiwley and I.mll stri'ols Sj-nicini'.3S AIo House; Cluirch stioot. S .md UOK.H for sale. d3 illf un. ii. IIOYT, niYsiciAX Axn SIHM.KOS, No. 'i Convention Hall. I'nrtli iiUr ftttoullon iwiil to illauamM of tlio Kyo lillllDIC inalivctnicrf ami DeaWrn In TOBACCO, SNCFK AND CIUAUH, Illuo Store, 41 Wml VfulM street, dll dtr SyrMHiM, K, V- (Hitrcn-wrs to Kltolilo WMOUJAUi AM. KKT.UI, IX OWOUIiltllU, 1'nrlc Beer, Mi-nts, I'airy Cliccne, Unite.-, I-aril. Wwii on H.-ih, Silt, Cider, Vinegar, Hour, Iced, fcu. 1-iirelK-n and Domestic Wine anil 3 nml 10 James stioet DAVID 'HO 'Hf Joi..< JR. T. HOtiAK, TAILOR, Wuitid inroriu ilnilnhnhllantH of Syractuo that In- h v-, inndo upocinl iirraiigeincnts fur SCOUIUOT. PWiSlXO CABJfIanJa fn tlm liurft mnnnor, nt NO. 18 MONTGOMERY STREET, Opiwlln tlio Uloct, Wlioro ho Irf proparud to rcceiri all orders entrusted to liio ffff and done to order.  QU cin, buy old atoulcm any store m the city. Work miido to order and warranted Remember the place, Xo. 80 NOKTU Sinwrr, dclO dtf Vorlipcs Block, (fonnerly.Empire.) Y i Tomatoes, (in Brandy Puachrs, I'reaervod Peaches, Piuiorrud Pino EughahOnloui, Pine Apple Cheese, Sparkling Uelathw, Hooker's Parma. Baker's Broma, Baker's Sago, Tauloca, "i-rinacilla, tlaccaronl, Rice. Flonr, Oat Meal, Hominy, Samp, Dried Peaches, And everything else usual! found in a first-class Grocery and Provision store. Reaiombcr tlie place. ANDREWS PAIGE, if No. 41 South Saltaa street. floyer's Sultan's Sauce, Worcestershire Sauce, Tomato Catsup, Waluut Catsup, Mushroom C.-itsiip, C'urranlJolly, Francii Iliaphaue Mustard, Frnnch Ohve.s, Capers Horseradish, Irish GAS FITTING, STEAil KITTING AND I'l.tllBIXG, Xo. 2 Townacnd Block, Water sir-tt. CHEAP, FROM SEW YORK MVl UJS MOM. coDMantly rcceivuig at the CUKAP CLOT11IXG STORE. U Xorth dll dtf T. Sl'LI-lVAN, II.ACE BY CROWEI.I. i Coruor of Sallna aud streets, Tndir Waggoner'" Xj on hand Cud In an.1 wo ATVKE HOOK lor tlio twun Kiibooiul lliurcli Bultana Flgi, 1'runeB, l NEAV C1OOD8 The undersigned have this day formed a copartnership under the name of ANZXBEWS PAIGE For tho Wbolcealo and Kelail Grocery and Provision bufimugg. at N'o. 41 South Saliaa street,   have a full stock of Kox.'l. by Murg.iret M. The Scouring of the While Il> thr.i.iUi  i edition. The Ni-vr Prieit m While it was YiminiA F. Townstnil The Hook of 11. R. Apno! by TIIACHFK k 1 SALT SPB1SGS 1IOTEI.. Corner c.f Wolf and Salir.li i-VJu-i A. Ffc-KV, Ilioi-aiicrnit. Ihia conimudioiis Hotel I.OTV n'-flttui; furnished throughout with a MVW to tin- i tt outl gufatt. H; s located on fcahLa a few doors Uiv- Pittt Uflici-. A few Boarders tan be aetommodatcd wub .ILL Bnard, aK dwiirable. Tlie patronage of the public m rcslicctfully ritc-1 Good Stabling attached. Salina, Jan. VO, K B. c. (Formerly Union Hotel.) NO. 20 EAST FAYEOnX SSTREET, Between Warren and Montgomery streets, SYRACTJ8K., Tlio undors-gncd would respectfully announce to bis friends and the public at largeY.tnat ho has leaied the abovo named House for a term-of years, re-modeled and re-furnished the same, second to none in the city, for com- fort, safety ami cohvoiiicnte. Every 'attention will be paid lo those who may favor me witnacull. Good barns are attached to Hi.- tvmimit. J C. CUDHEBACK. 221858. -1 'f '_________ng! dawtf I1OFK CO., XO. 23 .SOCTH SAIJXA FTREET, Syracuse Would respectfully .-uinonnco to the- publ.c that tlir j l.c n-nt fJi Wheck-r and WlUonSSi-wlni; Miichlno. Machine stlti-liliig ilon" to iTrti-r. 1EN, To whnm will bo given GOOD PAY, BOARD, CLO- THING and MEDICAL ATTENDANCt: Pay from per month. Nuno but sohcr men, 5 fuot, t> Inches high, will be ac-r captcd. Apply at No. 60 West Water struct. W. A. WINDER, 1st It. 3d Artillery, Syracuse, Per. 185S. dtf llecruuing Officer. WATERTOMTW, ROME AND CAPE VINCENT R. K WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and after Monday, November 20th, 1858, until fur- ther notice, Trams on this Road will run as follows, (Sun- days GOING NORTH. Leave Rome, No 1..............8 001. 2..............8 10 A. K., Freight. ..1.10 p. M., Express. Connecting o. North Salina street, Connthian Buildings. Syracuse. P. reword of wfll be paid to any person who will produce authenticated proof that any of the con- teula of the Champion Sat? was ever injured by contact with nre. Bit. KUSSEI. J. TVHTTE And T. CLARENCE PRICE. Dr. R. J. White now fills, his appointments in person. ANALYTIC PHYSICIANS, Will be at their offices for consultation with the sick, ns follows: and loth of February. Auburn, Western. Exchange. Monday, 21st of February. Owego, Ahwanga House, Monday, 28th cT February Bmgbamton, Eicbanjc Hotel, Tuesday, 1ft of March. Cortland, CorUand House, of Januarj-, and Wednesday, 2d of March. Tully, Tnlly Hotel, Tlmrtday, 3d of March. Principal Ofllcc and Laboratory, No. 386 Franklin street, BoOato.V. T., where all leuersahould be directed. For years we treated all Chronic and locg standing s, of every name and nature, upon strictly Analyii- NEW YORK CENTRAX, RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Conimoncuig Monday, December 20, 1858. GOING SYRACUSE: S 55 A. Express stops at Chittouango, Oncida Dopot and Rome. 7.30 J.. Mail stops at all stations. 11.35 JL. and Now York Express stops at Chit- tenango and Rome. 3.10 r. M__Buflalo aud Albany Accommodation stops at all stations. GOING SYRACUSE: 5.15 JL. Road) New York Mail slops at Clyde and Falrport. 7.00 .1. Road) stops at all stations. 7.20 A. Road) Distributing Mall steps at ai] stations. 1.45 r. Rcud) Albany aud Buffalo stop-i at all stations 2.40 l'. Road) Albany and Buffalo Express .stops at all stations 8 35 r. Riwifl) New York Express stops ut Jordan, Port Byron, Clyde, Lyons, Newark, Palm) ra and Fiiirporl. 8.40 Road) Distributing Mail: stops at all stations 10.001'. Road) Emigrant: at Warner's, Canton, nnd Savannah. The only trains going Easl on Sunday, leave Syracuse at 3.5S ji M The only trains going West on Sunday, leave Syracuse at 5 15 A v. and 10.00 l' n. 'Ilic6.15i n. train will uot run on Monday mornings. C. VTBBARD, General Superintendent Syracuse, Nov. 20, 1868. dlf LIBBY -v i, Noa. 54, M and 58 Warren street, NEW Proprietor, IRA A. LIBBY, Late Clark, Ubby fc Co., Merchants.; This House, so well and favorably known as tho is ploaHQtly and conveniently located m Warren street, and but a few stops from the front entrance to the Hudson River railroad Depot. It bos boon greatly beautified and improved, under the direction of the new proprietor, who rendered it one ol tho most attractive, as well as the most convenient first class COMMERCIAL HOCsE In New York, being In the very heart of the Business Quar- ter of the city, and convenient to all tho Steamboat Land- ings and Railroad Depots. Travelers arriving by the Hudson River Railroad will please hand iu their checks for baggage to the Clerk in the offlce, who will immediately send a, porter for it. Carriages will at all times be in attendance to convoy guests of the to any part ol tho city. The new proprietor is determined that the old and well established reputation of the Wyikotl" shall not suffer in his bauds, and he pledges himself to pay particular at- tention to the comfort and safely of his natrons The TABU will at all times bo supplied with tho best the market affords, and in this respect tho Libby House shall not bo surpassed by any IB New York. H. Bum, Office Clerk with tho fornior Proprietors, will remain with him, and will bo happy to soe his old tnends. Now York, March n-2S dtf i UFKED (Lato with W. E. Fomeroy k Co, PLUMBER, GAS "AND STEAM FITTER NO. 75 EAST GENESEE STREET, Syracuse, N. Y. Pumps, Bath Tubs, Water Closets, "Water Hasina, Chanclo hers, Brackets, Pendants, Ac. N. promptly and neatly executed on the most reasonable terms. Work al-o done at reasonable rates for persons preferring to t'uniibh their own materials. TABER HOLLAND'S Is tho place whore DAGUERREOTYPSS are fer all those in want of Cheap Work. Taken low as THIRTY-SEVEN CENTS! AND WARRANTED any taken in the city. TABER HOWIVAND'S la the place where they EXCEL in copying every style- Picture. In most cases they will insure a copy superior the original Picture, TABEK HOWLAND'S place -where you see those beautiful Pictures injftli Revolving Cone. Compare the Pictures taken at ether Galleries beside them, and you will see at a glance the Uif. itrence between tho GENULVE MMAUC BACKED AMBROTYPES- and the Bogus ones sold by others. Remember I that TABER HOLLAND'S GALZERY NO.'4, FRANKED; BUILDING, EAST GEKESEE-STEET, JR., Dealer to GROCERIES, PKOVKIOSS, VEGETABLES, .FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, Green and Dried, hi great varieties, And everythfcH inthto'lioeotbnilMM. my location from No. 7 Franklin BuiMtogs, to NO. 60 EAST. GINESEK BTREET, Buildings For a more capacious store, 'and purebaabiE all of my SjaU article in my line at trade cheaper than csm bought elMwhare. I stadyito please, ana my naotto Is. Quick and Small Fronts. E 1-ve me a calL .'4 dtf eal princlplM, wttbout Uu barshand debilitating medicines, drags, nwrcurial or mineral Bubsuinccs. Oar maadiis me nnltrlr 1 Whrn the bonndle-a forest, preparol under oar nrn niperrWan, and given to reUrtber. WedvwitMibjectourpat.'cntsloan witbrnta raamablv-inpe of a cure. .Our opinions are 'All persons snBer. drj from any dMtcnlty Ibat will nolyteM to any other we ask lo call upon Such diseases treat and such illinslin we have treated for years, and mos to which UMify. We give par ieular attdnMon to all to wbicii women and ehil arc subktX. i. PBrTR SMITH, JR., >'o. ESGenMte street, Ooorier Buddings. OUGHT AMBRICAN1 SLAVERY TO BE PERPETUATED t A Debate between Riv W. G. Brownlow aud Rov. A Pryae. Foraalcby __ n8tf THAOHERSs LAWRENCE Jomr NEW C04Tu AND WOOD YARD Omcs, No. 36 WSBT GK.VCSIX Sraxsr, Nearly opposite the new Court flousef Tills Yard is established in a most favorable locality, di- rectly upon the tow-path of the Canal, and surrounded by bciMtes which enable the proprietor to assure the pubhc i that Kill Mt Ix animata by Yard in (oust. iBe keeps constantly on hand a larfe supply of er Magic Lotlou _ (or Hniiirnir. 'BhtMiatlim, Catarrh t-oothaeLeaodOBllls. If IsunedtaMreU.r It not return the bottle ani thisaoncTirlllbeRCnndtd. It will stop tf the directions on the bottle ar.e f el- lowed. FtMBMetoeijfct OSJMM warractad to core It wiu> top the Headache and Toothaflfce in a ftwmla- for 4 Church, No. 8S1 a Tdr street, and J. L, Thoopson, Sons A Co., 161 River Troy, and null by Druggists gentrally, KSNTOH, EOGKBS CO., Ageuta. Aprl SHAMOE1N, And BITUMINOUS COAL. Orilers-may.be -Wl at the well known Grewy Storo of B. JL 10 James street, or at the Yard as above. I am also extensively engaged m tho BEEF PORK PACMSG BUSINESS, And am prepared lo nllalUirdera "drop of the andstprcies that cannot JoUof Vy market IB conslaiitty su-iplied with ihe bostiof etrarything in the meat fainiliesmay aepcnion reesJiriim, a l FINE style of Penmanship is a very desirable, and, n the same time, aa exceedingly rare accompliih- mcut. ThogrcalerpartofthcpeoplocifeTecs-cxpunnmty ore poor writers and, hi too many instances, thcu- writing can -scarcely be deciphered, oven by the expe- rienced compositors of a Printing Office. Tlie fault principally from the little attention the subject reeoivet, in lur schools. A beautiful hondn-ritinp it now generally considered as giving evidence, not only of superior cbanteal BkiU, but of careful attention and untlrine indus- two elements lying at the very foundation of snccctm n ttrery department of education. To encourage those who are striving to accompli? b them seWes in this desirable branch, and to stimulate schools lo greater exertions, the Directors cf the Franklin htstitnta offer the following list of premiums to the Commeoflehoole of the county, for the best specimens of penmanship times, the best euts. dlO dtf I am not to be undersold. JOHN RITCHIE. SIGN nr IBB HSVOLV1SO COSK. ai dtr HAIR has Just returned from New Yd -k with a large and elegant assortment of the latest d .yk-a of goods for GENTJiMEN'3 WEAR, Which arc nowojien for the inspection of his old cos tomers and such new as choose to moke him .1 call. Ho continues to do TAILORING BUSINESS -Is uEual, and all garments of bis make to> fit to hair. 49-Entrance to his rooms between the itoronf Ha pkina- Rao Wallace, se. VAXTJABUB F-AKMS, AND OTHEB REAI, ESTATE FOR SALE. Tho undersigned offers for sale the following Fai-xtta, for merly the property of John and William Hayden 200 atrcs of land in. the town of about two miles and a half from the centre of the city of Byra- cuae, and within a half mile from the city limits. 110 acres of land adjoining the above premises, and )y- let Premium a Watch worth. il do Gold Pen and Gold Case 1000 3d do Gold Pencil Cose 4th do Gold Pen Case 3 Sth do Silver Froit Knife .200 do Volume Transactions and Diptoma. All the Common Schools of the county may compete for the Prites; and each school Trill- be to seed aw specimen wntinjj-book for exhibition. Schools of more than flftv pupils to aTCrage attendance, may send two books, and one extra book for every additional tweuty-nvo pupils. The books shall omslrt M pages of ordinary school writing-book sixc- The each. bVnxSId distmctly the outride with the name nnd aec of Oic pupil and the town and number of tfce disnct uf which tsvitooi is and uil'-v "5; ing partly on Bead, leading from Syracuse to b Vrom the teacher, showing the ofpupte during the months of aid that Iho wnttog was done botwvxu tlie KSth of book is sent from a they The above premises are in a of cultivaUeii. The land is as choice as con beJonnd In the county ondaga.wilh A. 1 more desirable York. Will be sold entire, or divided into Also a Farm of OS aerni of land in the town of CUy land under a good ttat-s of cultivation, about -en miles cuse. This is an excellent Farm. Also the Store lately occupied by Hayden c" 4 so the Houso and Lot now occupied 1 n in the citv of Ako a Brick Block in the village of L-cupied by Wra. Fboenix.OawtfO further particulars, Wnm should be fastened together. The sprchrwiw will be on exhibition from the 10th of February uma the close of the charge, may sent toWm. RTobcy, Syracuse, next door east of the Poet Office, or left at the Ubrary Boom of the Institute. No charge mode for exhibition. JaaVd4t By order of the Board of THrcctors- -sr tMrT from the p-cmiECE. Xiu 6 Bar J_jf rmtm on the 4th Cow. eight rears old. with knnb on one horn, left btp lower than the right. Information lefi with on the above preKmoi-, or with John Durclua, at the Yard, will be suitably rewarded. SvraenM, Jan. 11, GILES DBKSTON KKUES (HP PRA.CTICK of the CourC' Corrrel (IjtUe'a) ediucu. RecchreJ by THACBER t LAVTREXCEi   

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