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   Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 3, 1859, Syracuse, New York                                CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. HA1.STED CO. SYHA.CTJSE, VOLUME 1, NO. 160 UOIHilH' m-KY JtOUMSO, (UUSHAVS BY D. J. HAtSTED CO. -Oyii t.. o.YOKIUOA UuUirrt, X. T. VIVK imZTltS PKH AKSfWM. do do du du do t en Swaolc, I 60 2 60 1 mnnth 3 o" 5 600 0 ....to 00 Oue square nnollinv, aw in tho'ua'lly.uot llnOT, n advance, If soil Mail. pnulWisil Saturday, smt rirtrftlwwwlry SI Ihe olfce I Mir siibterlhoM at SI Wiwranhnm.lnodvonco. No wl by money. ______ BUSINESS CA11DS. Z. M. WKIOIIT, (1EN-EIUI. COU.KCTOR, Offl'C, tustablo Bloclc, gyragme. JOHN C. llt'MT, ATTORNKV ASD GOUM8U.MIR AT LAW, ,M if ItnK, Biocn, HOOK So. 10. Shades, ud Block LellerJ. ottlf raiut. H. BRF3S MAKER, No. OT Formerly MUs Sarah P. Biley 11. K. 4ROHITKC.T SUI'KRINTKSDKST. N'o. I'owiwciul 'Hlnrli. V. WK-AVSEM, ATrORNKT COUSSH.I.OR AT 2i Nomv SJ'-IIA srnwr, y. wMusua uuiama AND DOeiunc WMU AND LIQCOIH. yanufactuiers of cctobratvd nOHACIi BUTKRS. Agwu for Rnbarlm's OW KnMcsy Wheat Jkc. Coami VTavr Wina MB Cmaojr srsan, N T. dU cttf D. COATS, ATTOBNTf AND COCNSH.Ifltt. 0 WnmHa 19 Church at., 1 Y. JPORTBIB ATTOItNErS AND COCN8EI.I.ORS AT Over Norton, Bratllejr Co.'a Hardware Htora, No. 27 North Kslluei llreet, Sfracuso. WM. roans. jyl i WM. i. BDWAXD B. -WI10MT, ATlOtNBT AT LAW, laMwIoerlUe. OAM rrrntta, WEAK FITTING ANI> PLUMBING, No. UTowniud Blnck, West Wattr stravt. janfltf C. A. KRLUHKe, im.UAitn noons, So. a Wlellng Bloiilf, SyracnM Rome, A D. A A. T. MRUUXlCAL AND fCKSOOH Noi. 1 snd 2 Block, ______W.-1.COMW, y ACT 'COUNSELLOR AT ;i, Second i, S.Y.I D. A. ATTORrfEV AVD COUNSEU.OR AT LAW, No. 11 Wlolliuj niuct, gyracnss, N.  nrr.-.ii, DUiiJiBi in York. Ik-iT, S.nnkp'l Italrr Cheno, Bnltc. Unl, Wi-mlen "nil. CWor, Klnur, Kenl, >li-jl, 4c Korr'.x-.i ui'l "oraestle anil S 10 James itroet. ti X. FAinCaflTjD. MERCHANT TAILOR, Di-nlor In n.l.TIIKS, CAX-ilMKREfl ASP VrSTiNnS. n irarmenl ciittn ill with few net olt'Uflisre, would wi-u to call, it? he no superior f. dIO A BKKWBTEM, auil Retail Ptatarfl In J'OREICN AND DOMESTIC DRTf WATCIIKJ, JKWELBY, YANKEE IiOilONi, Ko. Xraiikhn Dull Hcncsw street, Syrecuee, N. Y. anil Peitlcra si K Jobbing ill dlf "STAll" n.ACK MAI.OOM. BY niFFORD. of cud James jlrrttn, Waggoner's sure. rtn Csllln and tcp. cio. w iNEWSPA'FERr J01IS TOU.IVAN, wa-ouuu Am uruu. raueu in I-ORKIGN DOMSSTIC CJIOARS, No. 30 WAKSSK snmr, Four Poors BolowSt. ClwrlM Hotel, M. OIUIWI IN OROCKRIES AND, PROVISIONS, Mulberry nt UnUsbn stistls. N. Y. l supplr of Sslt Fork. MMsr on bawl, at Ibt towtal msrKM srlcss. MotlD Ac WMOI.VAU! DUAJ.IOS IM and Domestic Uqtscn, No. M Kiev GKMSSn nun] f Myers tfyroouso N. Y, Till" tag Itavo to Inform the public thai Ik have opened the above for the purpose of varryl on the Liquor Business. Thoy have on. haud_pneof t largest and selected of WINK3 AND LIQUORS In tho market, comprising In part tho following FIXE OIJ) COGNAC BRASD1E8. Otard, Dttpny Co., Plnot, CastUlnneiCo., Salerno, DeFargo t Co., FINK ROCHEUJ2 BRANPIIS. A. SolgneUekCo., Ptllovoldln, Port, Madeira and Slurry Wines, Holland OIlM of various brruidt; Jamaica uud St. Crolx Rums; Irish Scotch, Rourbcn and Monongauela London end Dublin Porter, Scotch Ale, IK., Ao. MOFTAT  within two mlnulu' walk of tho yoitoflice. Inquire of ISAAC KAHN, at his I.outhor store-, JanS tf No; 94 Kelt Wntor ftlreel. OF SCHOOL. LOTS IX THE FIRST WARD. SCHOOL LOTS No. 1, House and Lot No. 2, Homo and Lot No. 8, in Iho First Ward, urn offered for sale. Perrons wishing to purchase can confer with 1UCIUEL E. LYNCH, II. CHILIIS. or Iho undersigned. By ordor of the Board of Education. B. F. STBVESS.'Ch'n Executive Com. Syracuse, April A HARE CHANCE. TJWH leaso and fixtures of a tini GrotSry _D Store, with a good Irado established.- Apply imme diately, at No. 43 East FayetU street. Sheldon Block Rent low. aptt lOd H. C. SHOIE3. FOR SALE OR HSKT. B1UCK HOUSE ANDLOT 170 UifforiJ street. Possession May 1st. Rent tS .r month. JAMES EOSKE3, apSB tf Bonnw's Market, Shelilon Block. FOR SALE, mHAKWELL KNOWN TAVERN STAND AND RESTAC JL RANT lately occupied by Josiab Tatker. on tho cor- ner of Market and Wator streets, Syracuse, together with tho slock, Ixiures.and will njipartitetag thereto Also, a Brick Bam now used a l.ivcry.Etcble cCjoinin the same, together with tho Horses, Harness, CarrltgM SK. The above property being in the m'ost business par oflhecily.eannotfailofdoingalivelytraJe. Too much other business prevents die present pronrie tor from keeping the lame. For further particulars, Inquire on the premiss B. or a' the otVe of J. ft O. Greonway Co., No. 10J West Water Street, ix H. abom property will be Bold separately or together, to suit purchasers, and if not told by tho irst of Kay the properly will be rented. JOHN Syrasgte, Marah AUCTION I fTlHE :1 -oil public Anction, al JL NO. WATER STRSET, Syracuse, N. Y., the followtag property, without ra 10 good Horses, 2 Doable Carrajrsw, 4 Open Bnggiea, 1 Pleatnre Sleigh, Robes, SCullere, Single HameES, 6 Whips. The auove property has til beon purchased ivitliin six months, and Is of the latest etjrle and in good condition To any person who has tho tasto for Livery, here is a rare chance, and to nerscus that wact any articio for their own family use, they will flnil everything f.s represented. My other business cccupics all niy attention-; and the above property most shall ba sold; on FRIDAT, Aprl The property can be sera at No. 68 Esst.VTa.ter street at any timo until Call and soe for yourself. TERMS OF sums under (59, easb. all oror 50, good nndoised notes, at e months' credit with Interest, payable ot one of our City Banks. Raolved, Thai the sum of tvrenty.five.dol- be, and the lame hereby appropriated to each of the wards for the purpose of tem- porary of streets, under the direction of (he Sup't of Streets and Alderman of the Ward. Adopted. Haihavay, Llstman, Geer, Gol- lins, Reid, Orark, By Aid. Clark: Resolved, That a plank side-walk six fee wide be conitrnotcd on the north aide ot Fay ette street; from the Onondaga Creek to Frank lln street, the plank to be two inches thick and laid orotswise on three itringers of hem- lock, 8x4 inehei, the Clerk to giVe the proper notiee and the Engineer the grade. Adopted. Hathaway, Littmsn, Geer, Col- lins, Field; Clark, By same: Senlvxt, That -warrants be drawn for the bilk reported by the committee on accounts from No. 60 to No. 82 inclusive, in favor of the several claimants. Adopted. Hathaway, LUtman, G-eer, Col- lins, Field, Clark, By tame: Betolved, That a warrant be drawn for (472, 44 in favor of the Gas company, for Gas for month of April, and for lamp posts, gas pipe and repairing from January S6tb to Hay 9tb, per bills rendered May aist, 1859. Adopt- Hathaway, Listman, Geer, Col- Una, Field, Clark, By same: Retaived, That a Bridge be built over the Onondaga creek, on Walton similar to the one on Water street, and that the Clerk ad- vertise two weeks for proposals for furnishing materials and building the same, according to plans and- specifications in the office of the City Engineer. Adopted. Hathaway, Listman, Geer, Col- lins, Field, Clark, By same: RsiolvtJ, That the StreetSup't be and is here- by directed to purchase a set of Halyards for the Flag Stiff; and bare the same rigged at an expense not to exceed Adopted" Hathaway, Listman, Geer, Col- lins, Field, Clark, By Aid. Hoyt: Ketolvtd, That the sum of twenty-five dollars be and the same is hereby appropriated to pur- chase stone to macadamize east dentate street, between Grape and Orange streets, under the direction of the Sup't of Streets and .the Alder- nun of the ward. Adopted. Hathaway, Listman, Geer, Col- Uns, Held, Clark, Hovti-7. Byiame: Retained, That H. E. Olmsted hare permia- sion to roof and build a wood addition to his house on the comer of Adams and Sail na streets, in accordance with the prayer of his petition. Adopted. By tame: Jtnohti, That F. V. Haver hare permission to take down wooden building on north Salina street, and build of the material a wagon on Lock street. Adopted. Aid. Clark offered following reflation: Jtaelnd, That Us Honor, the Mayor, re- quested'to stay proceedings, nssffl the .-next meeting of this Council, In tho matter of roov- the on SoirtbSoJJna street Adopted. By same: Ruoived, That S. W. Sqnisr hare permission to erect on awning in front of .bis store on South Salina street, similar to the one erected by Olmsted 4 Jonas. Adopted. Adjourned to HoBdsw, June 6, 1M9, at 1 1-2 o'elosk r. M. lUnmrs, Clerk. VAMJABMC F-ARMS, AND OTHER REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Tiio undersigned offers for gale the following Farms for- merly the property of .Totm'iraa Willtsm Haydeh t 200 aerea of In ml in the towu of two miles and a half from tho centre of Iho city of Syra- cuse, and within a hnlfir.ilc froih the'city lirolta llu acres of land arl.ioining the premises, ired ly- ing partly oa t.he Plank loading: from Syracuse to Jhe above pi raises are high of- cultivalisn: The land is us, choice as ran befound in Iho county .ofOn- oadaga, witii houses and outhouses oh the same. A "rore ileDir.-iblo property cmraot'.uo founil in ceDtralKew orfc. Will be sola entire, 01: drt.'de'il into ssvoral parcels: Also a Form acres of bad in tlijtownof good landundor a good state of pumvutioii.aiwut ten miles fromSyrncnse. V Also a Farm of 50 acres of good land In Ihe town.ofSa- hna, about three mitts from tlie centre ef tho city of Syra- cuse. This is an excellent Farm. Also tho Store latelyloccuuiel by HaydenJtLo Also tho House an.l Lot uow occupied by Wm. Harden on Burnett street, in the city'of Syracuse. Aiao a Brick Block in the village of Phosnix. Oswego county. 4V Foclurtlier inquire of the unaerslgned 2. James struct. LUKE COLLINS, Assign >e Syacusc, Dob: dlf ot J. i W. Hayden W PATKHT. PATENT RENEWED JUNE 1, 1857. S A L A MA N D K R S A F E S. THIS THOnOnSHLT FIRE-PROOF AI1TICLE Bos been Id use throughout the country for flftean years, and bai been ssTerely tested m upwards of TWO HCNDBED AND THIRTY ACCIDENTAL HIRES, And hu Uvrarlably malnlalnad Its fire proof qualities. Numerous eertlflostes from all potts of Ihe United Slates can be seen at our Ware Items; also, TESTED SAFES, with the books and papers, whluh haie passed, tbroogli the hottestSres. Thoyarenoweecuredby tho Celebrated Patent Which Is both thief and powder proof, with a small key, which can be carried m the, rest pocket. They are finished In a superior manner, with or without Inside Irou vaults, and CM be fltted with suah Ulterior ar- rangements as may be desired by the purchaser.. Upwards of of the Wilder Patent Safes are now use In all parts of the world, and erory test coaflrms good opinion the public have formed of thorn. For twelve years prior to Silas C. Herring made the Wilder Safe, but since that time he has made sa article eatiroly different. We invite tho attention of Merchants, Bankers, Profei aional Mon, Hotel Proprieters, Public OSteere and Kami faclnrers lo our extensire stock of Safes. mhlBtf NORTON, BRADLEY CO., No. 37 Nsrlh Baima street, Syracuse, N. Y Kf HAIR hu just returned from New York w _ alarge and elegant sssortmeiit of the latest styles goods for o GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, Which are now open for the Inspection of his.old customers and such new ones ss'cheoss msko him a call. Re continues to do TAILORTNG BUSINESS As usual, and warrants all garments of his make to St to 'air. SV Entrance to his rooms between the stores of :Raei-------J------------ and Wallace, G Syracuse. dlTdtf JOHDT m. sqw, CHEAPSIDE, BALTDIORE, MR, Wholesale Dealers and Agents for the salo of various brands of Old Rjre, Bmttbon We hare constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Old Whiskeys of various grades and qualities among which are some very OLD AND SUPERIOR, And which we ft-usranlM to entire satlsisctlon. A of which we offer to the trade oa liberal terms. Orde entrusted to us will receive prompt attention. fcbttwS QCPRKMK OT ONONDAOA O JosephBsrtmag'stByronOreen: SnmmansfbrMoney. To Byron Green, Defendant. Ton arc hereby summoned to answer Iho complaint of Joseph Barton, copy ofwhtch was Bled with the Clerk of OnondagojBonnly, Usrch 9Sth, and to serve a copy of your answer-on tho subscribers, Syracuse, N.Y., within twenty days after Ihe service of this summons, exclusive of the day of servtoe, or the plaintiff win lake judgment agomst yon for one hundred and seventeen dollars and' -eighty-five cents, with Interest from May Utb, ISM, besides costs. HOLLOT GRAY, mhlBwCw TP TOO WAST TO SirPPtV VOVBCSZ.TKSJ WITH BOOTS AND t HOES, TO Tha" SYRACDi-E ROOT AKT SHOE _ CITY HACK 9. BY JLT30N VERMILYEA. This Hack, when not in use, will be found from 7 o'clock i. u. to T p. M., either in front of the Svracuto House, Gav'p Alien Pfc-lri' Music the lie Messages lei: at p.tcrs will rewire prompt Henona desiring tbto Hack, business cr pltAi- cim UK same on favorable i-rmt. br irrtvlujr v> tbe proprietor. "d9 If BLO: g, Opposite .Syracuse House. sSdtf E. MAXUFACTURERS, JOBBERS XN BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AlTCrSHOES. Keep the Largest Stock, Keap_tbe Ijirgest StockJ The most Elegant Stcck The most Began: ttork; s" WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICEAJ WHJ. SEI.L AT LOWER PRICES, ANY OTHER HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK At the Sign of j fTHE BTG THE KO. 3d HOHTH SAXHTA 3TEBT .HO 30 HOBTH SAIUTA STEKET KO HUMBUG! IK C-nr MACK i. A-NEW AND SPLEOTH) CARRIAGE. subecrlbers havfog purchased a aaai Oarrlege.wonld CaU to their lahmsnt, -srhidi will be kept in Ihe belt style, anil a; rea- joaabli.priws, for tiw.cess or ptamre. in uioTrtllsaud In front of Globe Hotel, at all houn.fromt i. 10 9 T. x.. Sundays ccv enepwd. Persons deslrlnit this Back, either for Business or Pies. sure, can have the same by applying lo the Proprietors. JanBdtf ,________________K BROWX SOK. KSAT CLOSING OCT SAtE OF GEOCZSiX PBOVEIOSS, DRT OOOB6, JK. Oring lo 111 health the subscribers would offer their en tire awcfc of Goods AT COST. to rent, for a term of ycart, the well known Gro- cery corner James ind. Salina streets. >.s n-jr hcs been long end veil knovn, U n-.a.ices v. gcod opening for business ivho de- sire to Ui'A business. We would also ofler for sale the followlxg parcels of Vcur riciBt ku on Hawley and Burnet streeu. A new Kc-se tad Lot on Weat street. Trro vcctat on West Mroet. Fc-mera' Ectel, al the Junction of Salina and Lockltrtau cCgccd Lnntiin the northern part of Alt will be aoid on reasoliabie terms and locr pav. G. H. k P. WAGGOXFR. Feb. M, BAIJJ1. i THE GRKATESTT HTXtTRV OF I4TE. (Copyright s-riircil.) Once This new Toilotlc I.ni- uryfnr Clt-imintr the Teeth, Shaving, for Bath, the Nur- sery, for beantifying ihe cmnploiton, romovinc tnn.pim- ptee.frockles, healing all eruptions upon the skin, and all toilette purposes. This splendid preparation Is the finest article a lady or gentleman can It dora away entirely with all sraps Dili, pomadeE, fr.r toilette UEC, white "its iraluable dioinil qualities as a linimontand pain killer" are winning tor it a most en triable reputation. Ko traveler sfcculd bo without Ihe Persian Balm, as in a small compass may lie found all tiir necessaries fur LI com. toilettB; no perpon can suffer from or have Iliat unpleasant ronghnesa in the skin, while trav- and USD the Persian Bairn. Tor sale by all Druggfets at 25 and .10 cents per Iwulc. Be .sure that every bottle has the sifrnauire of f. S S. S. BIXJIXSETT CO., Proprietors. wholesale bv W. T. HAMIL- TON, W At'nfor Central Sew York. dlT dSm 500 PAIRS DAILY. Ho. 63 South Sstiim rtnet. oldeet and eelelillefceil n mam aa IN CENntAL NSW TOBK. Calif manufacture COO PAIE8 Of Genfi, Bars', Ladtas', lUstes; mt Children's M BOOTS AND 8HOK8, J E Which for leas money tban ofhsr Home. Onr facllltiel tor such that can a better article price than can be manufactured by any other Hcuie in the eitjr. .S3 Our Qooile, jron understand, ire of Our Own Mmnulaotare, And will be warranted tojerery cttiumer. 53 53 We are also nceirinf, dally, large lots from the. KST.EASTJB.V HANCFACIUnSRS, Which we shall offer to our oustomers when for, at price! which will defy competition. 53 Ererjr description of work MADE TO ORDER AND WARRANTED. CO-, KO. U SOUTH SAUNA SBUEET, majStf DILLAYE BLOCK ISAAC KAEDPSI I..EATHKR FINDING HOUSK NO. M EAST WATER STREET, SYRACUSE. As rhyming now Is all Ihe go, may try a verse or so. So Farmers, If you wart At M I'll oee you well- Water street, In Syracuse- Will pay yon cash, and no abuse.. Cow Hides, Ox Hides, every day I'll pay for them, and no delay. Ity business I do not conceal: Caah also for the Skins of Veal; Deacen Skins, Sheep Lamb Skin, also, Which nrico I never pay below. The hlgbeat price ia peW on hand, So given by me, Isaac Kabn. Cash for Wool I pay besides, And Cash also tor Horse's Once more I say where farmer! AIM on Water street. PiuTny more is of no A9 I'm well known in Syracuse. And now; kind friends, I have to tell J Red green and blue, To suit the genla aqd ladles loo; and moflan kails. 1 Far oe utesy there Is nothing I also sell the Edge Blackmg. Tha pablia ate, with sssBmf fOaes, Supply them with Boot Loess 1 ColUr.Harnwa and Bridle leather, Tho bort of any out together. Nothing m my trade Is The best Half Solee used for Tapping, Plated snd Bat Lsst, Which I have soli) lor years gone past Which sadsfaotion I have give I and Is the only way to live. Keep articles to oult folks oil, The surest way to got them, call. Other artfclea loo numerous to mention, But lo do business just Is my intention. So buyers and sellers onward dash J I'll buy and sell, my moilo'.r ash. I wsu my friends to nndenSMd-. Believe me theirs ever, mhU ISAAC KABif In tune of Peace Prepare for War." HBUUNB'8 caumOH SATK. ThebeMSafelnlheworld.wlthHalfsPowieraiidBursU. PrcofLock, are kept eowuaily oa head ud for se'.e at manufccturer-i priees.addlnf ttsnspnrsukis. ThoassMis of certlflcatM win be the imertentyof these Safes orer all other., of the nninlllssas aemenotinteirilyabdeleKlmt.iUsoeiieafthe at. arc on exhibition at our More: buxA.Kor.ia.UM. Mnsis. D. S. A 8. P AgSDts for Rorrlui's Champion Centlemen This Is to-cernrylhat Palsmt Champtoei Safe, Ho. which we bought of yoc October was btameA at the which occurred here on ths. maniac of the Sth thtt aid wae around the ftifs ths Safe ait derwent sod resitted the meet Intense beat, aad area EG) reraoTed nntil tho afternoon of the) nsssM In the fire one hundred the contents and. Taluable papers a Oral satsssMsc-i And we woold farther state tbat-vilsm the ntmosl confidence in jrour sat. shall s esaef yseg SJM shoaMts recommend to all buauiese ssai ia our optolonaa but- without one. Yours traiy, ATEItr i mTANI. The burned Sofa is on IhapahHearera queetid to oeJI.aw and examine ____ D. s. s. P. oxn Heohantes' Tools. House to., Amfcaav voice of.Spear Jackaon'sSawa for safe chaaa. No. IS North-Saline street. Corinthian Bttl BulliUngSt Syracuse. Sl.OOT REWARD will be p ikt to any person that can show lhat a Herring's Patent ChampM Safe ever miled to preserve Its contents In au occidental Ore OS T3X KOBAL 6O7EOTJENT OF j_j GOD. By Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., one Dwifht trrofessor of Didactic Theology in Yale CoUsjs. mtwo es sate by WTitZOOr 4 Dissoi.imcrj. TEE copartnership heretofore between thr suh- scriberA under the firm narre Xcrton. Bmdjev Ji Co.. ia this day ditto! ved X.ldcinsids duo to or from said nrm arc w be bvErs Par- shall ft Co., Triiooniy ere duly cso the name of said flrm la liqoidaticn. 5, Ai'.ril atl NOSIOX JOSEPF. L BRADLEY. WM. PARSHAIi. RANC3S K. SEARIi The nndoriigaed wili continue fce Hardware hualaess at the o'.d stocd. under the nine ud firm of Bradley, Far. shail Co., who wUI be ttppy see all the ratrou of the late flrm and as many ceir ones as see fit to favor the oew flrm with their Syracuse. April SSd, 1899. J. I. BRADLEY, TTJJ. PARSHALL. F3AKCS N.SKlJaLK. apJSlf. No a Korth SsKca street. i, n. O TA1TICEKT OF THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INStTR- EOB33T L. ?i-; ZH3SON, President. JGiu. W nnriT, Tlce FrcsMest. .-T3, j J. P. BIUEIST, Mt-Jie Extra risks ere tt' :2a ct tlie lowest rate. Robt. L. Hour- Andrew S. Sceiling, S. Meckaet. I. H. "rothirghano, Bancail R. Greene, C. Edwars A. EKOBJ, Joel W. Csndit, O. Low, Jcbj R. Weeka, Perry, Tale Company boa ecamUed with the uws of this State, and has depciiled tin CoBaptrollsr H F. T30WBRIE8E, Agent, apt) tf Courier Bulking. WHO WAim BTal W C A HIACeaU OR sTCTa OK great inducements offered by B.C. DUKBARt CO., Proprietors of the Boston Cmrrlmff Bfi Iho great demand for our celebrated CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES, Has cansed as to enlarge oar already Exteasivei Business, with a large force of Ihe And our.ajcflitleafbr ora Slock enables u Ts> aall sxttCT Csuslaies ttrltn Hemcyl Than any .other Maaafactanrs in the State. It wUlberesaeatbered that our Carriage look IHE FIBSP PBEtOCM AT THE LATE FAIR I Wo have also Diplomas for the First Premium from ovary other lair held in this eHy since tho establishnMit oTtasiursa. Our New Styles of Carriages and! Buggia ccEaistsof TabuUe oever before to the Trade, such os> Buggies draws without WbJSIetreea, Jtc. ilamembor that work at our factory is WAR- RANTED to prove as reoamsaeaded. A good cf Bemad Hand Work kept en hand tat sale cheap, or la exchange. IhajMblfe are Invited to call at .our Factory ard Large Work, sari enaaate our New alwaya with sampiea of our New Styles of Carnages and Bag- giea; elao, She saateria! which we are and Ware Isnosss, comer of Soolh EalSJS, Adams aael Warren atreess, 11.] iTOC. ISfHEHEAa.aCourtofOyeraad Teiialim W cuse, ia ood rer Ihe cooaty of Oaoodaga, on the thirteenth Jay of Juae, IMS, Prorismsltoa is therefore hereby made. m oonfarmlty lo a precept lo me directed and eMivend by tho District Attorney of Qpoadaga county, oa Ihe taeatk day of May, 1SSS, to all bound to appear at the said Oyer and Tarmlnar, by recognizance or otherwise, to appear thareat; and all Justices of Ihe Peace, Coroners and other oSsers who have taken any recognisance for the appearance of any person at such Cowl, or who have taken any inquisition or other eaamiiutiou of any priseoer or witness, ore reejuirod lo return ouch recognizance, iii- quiiitHei and euminattoa to the said Court, al Ihe open- ing thereof, an Ihe ftntdajr of Ha sitltai. Given under my hood, at the OaVe, ia tha cily of Syracuse, oa the aoveateenthdayaf Mav. IMS. OEO.L-MATNARO. daw sukfKriber, as Re- ceiver of Charles Leonard, duly appointed by an order of Court, bearing dole April S, 1868. win sell al pub- Ue auction, at IhoaSleeof J.R. Brand, the first to the city of Syracuse, on Ihe Kth day of Hay at S Iherlght, title and interest of tha ;aid Charles ueoaard, In to the real estola dtMribed u Mloirs: first. All that tract orparcel oflanaaftaate in the city of county of Oooodaga and State ot Kew York.db- part of lot number eleven, in block number nfty-oevesi.befinning at the south-west corner of said block, and ruining thence northerly one hundred and twenty-two feet on the rait line of Grape street: thence easterly parallel with Fayette street four rorts; southerly parallel with Grape street oiw hundred and twenty-two feet; thence westerly on tho line of Fayetto street four rods to Iho place of beginning. Second. All that piece or parcel of land situate on block number Gfiy- seven.tn said city of Syracuse, and described snbstuiiiain- os follows: Being about tliirty-uve feet front on Grape street, and extending back about four rode, end which is bounded on Ihe aorta by a strip of land one foot wide, re- cently convoyed to Lev! W. Comstccfc by saM Benedict and wife; oa the south by land belonging now or formerly to Charles Leonard: and on the east by land now or formwly ring to sold Comtttck. Atso, all the right, title _of tha said Charles Leonard m and to a certain de- ll a the bands of Burnett Fllkms, of about the scm of ...MS, subject to ths claim of sold Filkina thereto, aa surety for said Leonard, upon the appeal inacertrmas Hon. Also, all the interest of tho saM Charlea toe aeons of theSaltDealer Oosspoar. Doted April ST, ISMV apSBiU JAMES S. LEACH, Receiver, ic. the above sole Is postponed to Ihe ICth met., and than to be mode at the same place and honr of tfce day. J S.I.EACH, Receirer. Iks above sols Is postponed to the 4th of June next, at Ihe same easee and time of day. ISM. J. S. LEACH, Receiver. K smsaOsaa, mn., tntaoat ofLafic and WaerstryefaWabsrfh. rsrsaM OK METAPtTrejOS-by Sir WUiiun Lafic and rsaMby WmoOt t BRO. JNEWSFAPERf   

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