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Central City Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 8, 1859, Syracuse, New York CENTRAL CITY DAILY COURIER. BY IX J. HALSTED CO. SYRA.CTTSE, WEDGES DA 8. 1859, VOLUME 1, NO. KM do du do tin dn il.> KVHIY (HONMWYS Ktt'KITM') BY 9. J. HAUMD AM.NU.Jf. I 1 01) W 00 il W n ....400 I-J i- ....IOOU MVK flMBKN U.1B A IMVil 1 mouth....-'' 60 3 H ....WOU wnMLT. ii a n li I 00 3 m ......D oo 00 Hug four lltu-H, to "ntn forbid, and for .ihluHkmi, l ilege o TFUJM OK TIIS DAILY COCRIKU. -bly In advance, Mall. Tun (M- uiiwI un nil ted any part of ifc" wuiilry or delivered the 7, il por la advance. No olwSpUon "III bo oulered on llw books untaw il by Uin numty. BUSINESS BOARDS.- ii. wiuciMT, OKSKUAI. inoj, So. 9 ILuUblo Clock, Hyraciiau. JOIIS HUNT. ATIORSKY AND COUrMKIJiUK AT LAW, If Cornitbuin Hall, Syrac'ijc, N. Y._________ n-17 dtf No L. W. IIA I.AMT OKTIUK, nr-Ubli- Byrnoiiso. J. II. 1IAKKR, PAINTER, IUHMIIIJ BtocK, Boon So. snadoa, unit Block v. H. MAKER, No. it" East Washington siroct. Formerly ________j CIHAY, ATTORXKYS AND AT LAW, No. 3 Granger Block, Syrscunc, S- Y. dlf ____________ 1 yf LAND W.'ICtt .MiKSCY AND INSW.ANCK umtE, UuUdluK, Syracuse, K. V AI.BXA.1UKB IIKNDKH90N, X. .od AI-J DK. ii. iiovr, SKHAM AXI) No. J Coiivfidl'iu tUU. ilou lo of lUu Hir. BVHVIO ali: ul than Iho market, by ia rnrn, i.r.AK i n .TUT. C.KIB VA.KL. At nnr ruiniiifr null, nil kindd of wurk done with proiuplni'jrt and Our utiick of Whitr, Yollow, und Xorwuy Pino, ll.-inlo.-k LUk. i licrry, lie. Ali.ii, Ulli, I'cwtn, 1'rrsonrt wuntlUK lumber will do wull to L til and rxmuiuu our tlov.k and pi itx-s. lIcCAKTIIY k TITUS April II. C11TV HACK NO. I. A NKW SPLENHII) CARHIAUr. Ttic nubiii-rlbcrs htvint; pitii'lin.Mid u nvw mid IlioiutPtnlon lo Ilirii: esliib. ll.iliinenl, wbk-h will be In the best style, anil at for or pl'-iusurr, In into will stand In front of Ihu lilobs llotfl.iit all liout's.froui 7. i.fM. tti 'j r. y.. Suu'.'ays uo( di-sirjiiff tHck, ettliir for or ,-iurn, cau bin.- Mine liy In Ihx Pronrlelors. -VJ R. BftOffN SON. IIOIJSK (Formerly Union Hnlri.) NO. iO KAST'l-'AYKPri: tTIll Warren and Montgomery SYKACUSK f The undersigned would ri.-.-iiM.-cli'iilly lo his, undi'tlio public nt Inrsi.-, thiit ho hits Itiwd tlir. abovuunnied Utilise for a'term of yi-.irs. ro modi.-li.-d nnd ro-fnrtitalicd llic annie, svconil to uono in (tie city, for crun- furl, Alftity und Kvi-ry Httntlion will be piii'i lo thosewho HIIIV favor inc wiiliit cull, lliiod iitirns iirr. sllacbcd lo Iho J. C. LWDKBAl-K. Syraciisu, 18Wi dawtt IIAKVKV IIOliSK, (On the Knrtnvoan No. 'JO KUBtllnilriiadsli-r-jl, Opposite tbo Gruiiui.t'.UIoclc, gyriwnss, N. T. WARM UEAla AT AI.I. HOUItri. J1W
their patrons their tliaukfl for former patronage, unri solicit ti coh'tiuu- anco of tbo same. J01IX COOK, I lllUdtf AUSTIN' OOOK. JJ KifhtroJsS'Jiilln'i'iitnil Bullroncl Depot, i 8Y1WCUSE. GonornlSinge and Omnibus Depot for Ilio pUiccs below and immudiato options .1RIIH.MS .1Kb IHtrAllTURtti. Arrive from DoRuylcr, Cawuovla, Dulphl, Ornn, and Fnyuttevillo nt 10.30 A. x. I.cnvc Brlutimll's Hotel at 3 o'clock r. M. for the sumo plnucs. Arrive from Mexico, I'ulnski'; ConlralScinnroi Urowertou and Cicero at 10.30 x. Brititnall's Hotel at 3 o'cloiik r. fur snmo places. Arrive from I'hcenix, Throo River Point awl Now Bridge, by Hlcambont and Omnibus, nt 10 o'olock A. M. Leave Brinhiall's Hotel at U o'clock r. M. for mimu plnces. Arrive from Bridgeport at 10.30 A. u. Leave at 3 o'clock r. H. for snmo plnuu. Tho Prnpristora of Drlnlnall's Hotel tnko this ntijiorlunlly hi thank tlnlr numerous patronx for their titiural patrouagu solicit HCDMtiiiuauco of tho And to wrH. wosay, i'Try us." 49r rbrtum to convoy to ami from Cars and Omnibus, free. All iiackagcs or hundlnn for Omnibus or Dollvory, our wompt attentlmt, If left in our citro. W. O.-BFBAOUE JylTdtt Proprietors Brlntniill'B Hotel. TPIIV: we.st hitlf tloiiblu bouse on the itorlhweul cornor X of JetToraon and iMina streets. Tiio bouec la lit good anil furubiheit gaa and city -water. Tlnvga.il half is mionpled 'by Orrln Welch Esq. apie tf A. TO L.ET-A WWHI.K BmCK HOUSK, ou the ciimw ofPiarland Willow It ii entirely new, and lias'all Iho modsrii ImproTcmanu.' .given ImiuMllauly. Hohtlow. nisidcnco i> wllhlu two minutM'1 walk of tho IfcitonVfl. Inuulru of -ISAAC KA1W, at hit Unilhw JsiiStf No. M street. RAILROADS VOBK CENTHAX RAILROAD SUMMER ARRANOiaiENTH, Commencing Monday, April 41h, 1850. GOING SYRACUSE: 3.45 A. Exiiress: etopi at Onolda alid Mall: stops at all stations. 10.36 A. and Now York ExprosB slope at Chit lenango and Rome. 'J.20 r. KxprosB at nllHtatlons oept Canaseraga, WampUTille and Evans' Corners. stops ut all stations. 11 30 Express stopu at Ciiltlouang'o, Onoida and Rome. UOINU .SYRACUSE 4i'8i. Slops a I For Byron and Pal myra. 6.48 i. Rood) stops at all stations. 7.001. Road) Stops at all stations. 12.46 r. Road) Slops at all stations. 1.10 Road) Stops at Jordan, Woodsjwrt, Clyde, Lyons ;md Palmyra. 4 la r. Koad) Stops at Port Byron and New- V 4.20 r. Road) Stops ut all stations 4.SO Road) Stoiw atnll stations 10.80 r. Road) Stops ut and Lyons. 10.45 p. Road) Emigrant., The only trains coing East on Sunday, laave Syracum at aud 11.38 p. ii, Tho only, trains going West on Sunday, Syracuse at a. M. and r. H. Tbo 4.-J41. H. train will not run on Monday mornings. C. Gsnsral Srrasun, April W. CITKAOUBB, BIKGHAKTON AND N. Y U R. O SUMMER AURAXGESIENTS. On aud aflor Tbumlay, April T, ISoV, Trains will run as follows (Sundays SYRACUSE. 8.00 A at LHngbaralMi with Kxprvu Tr.iini on tho Now .York and; Kfiu Itailroad for New York, Gunira and Corning. 4.80 r. arrival of Express Trains from Albany and Buflalo, aiiU'.conuecirng' with Xlgbt Kipross Trains on Now York and Erie Railroad, East and West. BINGIIAWrON: 2: C.UD i. u arrival of Clucinnall Kxprois Unnkirk, connecting with Gxprem Tralna ou Now York Central Railroad i East and West. r. nrrlval 'of Kxprcfis-Trams from New York and connecting with Night Ei- Trains on Now York Ceutral Itaili'oil, tint aud West. Through Tlukcts to Philadelphia, Elmirn, Corning, Ac., may bo procured at the oBcn of R. R. in tho X. Y. Conlral R. R. and at the Ticket office, corntr oj Onoudaga >adClinton utrools.Syracuse; -y r' :apl) 'HAVEN, OBWKdO AND SYRACUSE HAKUIOAD. r tta 'and, after Monday, May 2d, 1859, Trains will run as follows, until furthnr notice LKAVE SYRACUSE o.li A. Vassmgcr Train-: stopping at all elatjonn, uud connecting at Uswogo withSltamera for Kings- ton, Otfdonsburgh, Montreal and Quebec.. 1.UOP. M Accommodation tail Freight Train stopping al all stations, connootiitg at; Oswego'-witn Steamers for Toronto, which with-the Groat Wosleru Railroad for Detroit, Chicago -'.'and all jotoislwost. ft 4.45 Mail Train: Hopping alail'ttatloiis.arrlvhlg il' at 6.90. IJ5AVK pSWEGOj-' 8.00 i. Stopping at all stations: cunnenttogatSyracuso Kxprcss TriiliiB East and West on CcnlrulU.lt. il.'OOr PassehgBrTraln gtopping at allslaiioni, con- noctinK at Syracuto with Ezprom Trains West; ou tin N. Y. Central R. R.; also with S.vra- 1 cuac, Illnghaiiitoii aud N. Y R. R. (.OOr. Freight and. Accommodation Train: stopplugat Fulton and naMwInnvillii.connortlng at Syracuse with Night Kxpress Train on the N. Y. Control R. S., oast and west. TIIUOU01I TICKBIS lo Toronto, Detroit, Chicago and jiuiula West and South Want, also to Sackutl's Ilarbor, Kingston, Ogdnniburgh, Montreal and Quebec, can bo pro- cured of Ihu Coiniiany's Agent, R. R. LOWELL, at his oBko, north Bklo of Central Doiwt. ,mayl7 OKO. SK1KNER, Supoflntonilnnt. WATKRTOWN, ROMK AND CAEK VINCENT R. 1! 8UHMEH. ARRANGEMENT, 1869. Ou and Holiday, April 4th, IBM, vmlil fnrthiir notlco. Trains ou this Road will run as (Ullows, (Sundays GOING NORTH Rome, No. 1-----..........7.00 l. x., Mail. S..............1.10 i. M., Freight. n.-Ksprtas. Oiimccting at Walertowu with Votsdam mid Watertown Hallway, for Ogdonuburitli aud iulermodiatc places, and at Capo Vihcont wilh Fi'rry'Boat for and (irnud Trunk. Railway also with t-teatuers duwu the 8tJ I-iwrenco River. GOING SOIIT11. Loiiyed'ape A. A. Kroigul.. .............8.10 r. M., Hall. Loavo A. 11., Ejprtss. ...............8.S51. si., Freight. t'oinn'ctint at Rome with Express' Trains on New York' Central Railway, Eatt and West. >u21 CARLOS DUTTON, Superintendent. ET HAIK has just riMurnod Iran Now York w alargo and elegant anorllnfllt of Iho laluit styles goods for WEAR, Which arc now open for the iuspeclion of his inVl and such uuw ones utt choosa uiaku him u call. cuutiunes tu do T A I L O U 1 N 0 BUSINESS A> usual, and warraau all cariueuls of his luuku lo Ut to VAMFABLK AND OTMEK RE.U, The tmilersigticfl oK'rs for-aalc the following Karnw.ror- niurly the property of John and William Hay don 20I> nsrefl ol'.'land lu the town of about two inllcsand a half fromIhc'cohlre'-oT the city of gyra- withln.a-nair mile from tbecHy limits.. 110 acre; of lawf ailjoinins the above prduist'S. and ly: iug (tartly on- the Plank Road loadiug' from' Ryracuie; to The alwve promises arc In a high stoto-.of cultivation. The lurid is ns choice UK can bo county of .On. .oudagii, with 'good ,kouscs and outhouses oh thb'aanVc.' "A pioporty uinniH be found in central New York. Will be sold onllre, or divided into several parcels. Also a Farm of 'Jo acres ofland in the town'of.'Cluyjgoixi lanitnndor- a good :'stmto cultivation') about'-ten niiloa from Syracuse. j. Also Farm of 50 acres of good land iib'tbe of Si- Una, ubout-thrue inilfs from tho ceiitro of tho city of Svra- cujio. Tliis AUo th'odtorp Iflteiy occupied t.-n Also Iho House Ixit now occupied by Wm, Harden ou Bujriiettstroet, in tbocily Also a Brick Block iii of couiHy. rtrfurtboriparlicubirs, inquire of theiundorsigned; J.inios struct. LUKK Syaousoj Vea: dtf'" of J. Tf. Hayilon I T 11 liOOTS AXP R 11 OICS, JO Tu 'Ilir SVIlAOnriK liOOT ANC ssllOK STOItK IILti; K, Otipiwile pyriicuHO Mouse. oCdlf B. STILL WELL'S SONS, 1 MANTFACTL'RERS, if WILDBIl'S PATBKT SALAMANDER! Pniont1 Ilciivwcd June THIS, thoroughly Firc-Frool' arliolo, has been use country fortftaen years, and has been acvoFoly tested in upwards of J TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY iCCirJENTAL' FIRES, And has liivarkbly inataiattwd ItrflrbiiriKif NumcrouE ccrtlflcatos fruni'all parto of the: United Stnlce nitiM. IM lock, .Which Is both thief and powder a small key, which can bo carried in the Tott pocket. They'are nniriiod -in a siiporiw manner, with or withoct iusldo iron can be ullcd with such-InUrior ar- raiigsiiioms iis may he desired br the puicbaeoc. Upwardu of, Patent Safes aro now nso In all parts of the vrorld, uiid every confirms Ilio good opinion have fonocd of For prior to 1863, Silas made the Blaco Uiattlniehe has made ail article lihiiroly dilferent. v Wo'invlto IViiv a'4entlon of Merclianls, Banktrs, ProftM Men, Hotel. Proprietors, Public Officers itudMauu facturers lo our of-Bafes, NORTON, No. 'J7 Saliiia sU'wit, mhlQtr Syracinw', N. Y heretofore exlsliug between the sub- scribers tinder the firm name of Norton, Bradley Co.. is this daydissolved by mutual consent.' AHdomandB due to.or from said firm are lo bo seltlod by Bradley, Par- shall.fc Co., -who only are duly authorised: io uso tho name of said flnn in liquidation. Syractuu, April aed.lSW. c. JOHN D. NORTON, JOSEPH I. BRADI.BY, WM. PAR8UATX, FRANCIS: N. SEA RLE. Tito iindorsigtied-wlH coutinue tho Hardware businottB at Iho old stand, undor the name and firm of Bradley, Par- shall ft Co., .who will be happy to BOO all tho the lalo firm and now onesaisee fll to favor the new firm with Ihotr'patronagc. ap25tf J. i. WM. FRANCIS No North Sah'na strout. TU8T HECEIVBD, This Morning, CASES EXTRA CHEAP ,SHlKTIXG, at els. por yard. :'do 8 do ;do, .10. .'do FAST PIUKTS, at OK cts. per yard. MKnRIMACK and COCHECO PRINTS, 10 els. per yard HANDSOMK FINK DKLAWESi per yard; ;OO01> GINGHAMS, 10 els. With a fiiil supply ol'ShocllnjjB.TicktagSrfUHl all kinds of Houao Kccpiuj; Goods, LL VERY CHEAP. ;mhltr D.' McCARTnY ft CO. NewBooks, ClieapRsaduigr.MonthUes, Ac OK W 0. Peck. -Popular (Lecturei, kc.V-by Hugh Miller from the. els ,Tlio F.mpiro of S.Abbott: ravenport> Dunn, Charles cts." Tho Poor Young Man, the CIS. s The1 Pillar of Prince of tho House'of i ;Lovo me LtttlOi loye supply; ;llirp or Laughter fora Life-lime, :withruumorousJllustration8.'.': VL Tlio Kural Hand: in one Wells' late publications. .'flie Atlantic, Harpor'B.iGStey'a and all Henlhllos. Hank Note Music, R: R. Guides' aud Maps; Pocket PaDsri, etc. ana ...B. i ;mnyl9 i No. 7 Fast street. TJCTION AND undersigned, Auctioneer oily at Syracust .and Couiiiy-of Onondanaj- Isavo io'infDrai Ihe ofSyraoutclhatbestlUcontiuueethe i 'AUCTION AND COMMISSION AT 51 Kua UBNisnt STBIST, Orroars GKisuna BLOCX. .Uo iti propared to receives all kinds of properly to be sol on corauiissiou, on which be will mako ;lf ro nuiral-' 1'ursoiiB wishing to hive their Hountliold Fiirnilnro dis- .twod of, cau havo It done by Ihe subscriber .either it their O'UHOR or at hiK store. Tboso who with- 'properly wlHbo.8uro of qiilolc sties and promptrtturns. Dry. Goods Sales will bq Inndc, eitbtr at Ihe Storaa of the owners or at tbo Auction tore; 1 Particular, atlohtion pad to sale, of Slocks, Bunds Furniture, or any other property, will be bought at bil and the highest price paid for it. Hamilton Wlilte, Ii. J.. Garduer, Kso. Dennis McCarthy. Esj., A. Buller, Esq., A; Benedict, K. R. PRENDEKGAST, Auctioneer. PAPER HANGINGS, BORDKKINCiS, WINDOW PAPERS and F1KK BOARD PUNTS. Now supplies rtralved daily, at may 19 WYNKOOP'ft BROS POPUIiAR GKOWHJV i a Series ot Lectures read boloru the Philosophical Institution of Edinburgh. Hy Hugh Miller, with au introduotory resume of pro- Bress of Owilogiual Scioace within the last two years, by Mrs. Milliir. ME LITTLE, LOVE Thos.'Reado author of Ntver too Late to For'sale by W.raKOOP Ji SKO. rauov to his rooms the stores of Hopkitia ft RJH and Wallacn, liniiJ-'ilriuH. Syracuse. dl7 dlf llB UOMAiraB OF A POOR YOUNG latod front by Fenillet. From WallsWeot to journoy'of five years In Asia, Africa and Surope. By John B. Ireland, with one buMlred Illustiatlous by r or or Israel'in It.v. J. 11. lugrubam, author of IKe Pr'lnci of the House of David. A ucw supply. -For Mlt by may 18 Jt (JRO. JOBBERS BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. Keep the Urgest Sfflfe. Largcs! Stock. The tnosi Eicgaat Stock ,.t. Tin? most Kioxant.fclock, WITJ, SKI.I. ATfI.OWEP. WILL SEIJ. AT .I.01VKR. TOAN >KY- OTHKR HOUSE 1V1-ST OF SEW YORK THE BIG BOOT, THE BIG ;BOOT, NO. 30 NOBTH SAUKA 8TBEET- NO 30 NORTH SALINA STB1ET NO HUMBUG! XO HUMBUli 1 dSui- ISAAC. KAHtV'S FINliliStG HOUSK NO. B4..EAST WATER' STREET, As rhyming now is all the go, Surely I rnay.lrya'voreeorso. So Farmers, if you want k) sell, At 54 I'll use you well Water street, in Will pay and no abuse. Cow Hldca, Oi' Hides, every day I'll pay foe them, ami uo delay. My business I do not. conceal Cash also for tho Skins of ;i Deacon Skint, yhcep Skins, Lamb Skins "also, Wliich price I neyor pay bulow. Highest price is paid on hand: So given by Caih for Wool I pay besides, And Cash- also'for Uorfee's Hides: Onco more I Bay whiiri meetj PulTany ino'ro is'of'lio As I'm wi'll known in Syracuse. Aud now, kind friends, Ihave to What I myself have got to sell Red Cochinoiilf brown', greon and To unit the gents and ladlea too i. And every day so great's my salca, i For Zuiks, Ir.oo, Stool and Wooden Naila. OO irtesy there is notliiug 1 alto sell tho best Edge Blacking. Tbij public also, with snniling r Supply them with Boot and Shoe Laces Collar, Harnem aud Briillo leather, Tho beMt of any.-pot together. Nolbtng'ln my trade is Tho beut.Half-Solrai used for Tuiiuini, Plated Stub, MiSBos'and-Bat Lart, Which I havo sold for years gone past Which satisfaction I have give I find Is thoMily way to live. Keep suit folks all, Thy surest way to get them, call. Olhor'arliclcs.too uumoroiiB to monli'ju, But lo business just to my intention.. So buy.ers :ind sellers onward I'll buy and sell J my motto Vr I wish myfrlonds lo undorsthud. Bolinvc me theirs cvor, ISAAC KABN F1BKI FIHEt FIRE I In lime of Peace Proiwro for War." IlERBWO'S CHAMPION BAFE, Tho besl Safe IK tho world; with Hall's Powder and Burgli Proof LoclC, aro kept constantly, on for sate at mknufacinrnr's prices, Thousands of certlflealeB will bo shown, showing Ihe auporiorlty of these Safes overall otbersrby calttimon.us. .'.We glvo one of the many ocrtlflcates, .'is they aro known ciliseus as moinof Integrity Bomb of the conUnt- are ou exhibition at our atorc 13; ISBfli i llasma. Di S, ft for Horrlug's Putsnf Champion IB'to certify that Ins Herring Patent, Champion, Safe i No. which bought of you October i u-asburnoii at tbo'great fire vrhluli occurred hero on the morning or.lire 8th a lou of hard coal, which was deposited on the ilfior aliovcl fell and was consulted around the the gafo unj derweht and resistod Iho and..was hoi removed until the afternoon of the 12tli .liavlng romtlncd in the flro oim .hundred, and brought out tho coutents and 'valuable'''papers preservation. .And.we would further state that wo have the utmost conddouoo ,'ln your and siiall want an. oilier oflargorsizb as soou.as wo gotlocatMlyaudVowoald recommend to: .ajl..business moui to prqcnre' one of your ChamplnnsVfor-ili Olir'opinion no wilhoutone. ..-Yours truly, AVERY'S EVANS. Tlic burned.Safo quested to call, sec and examine for themselves: t Agents for8.C. Herring k in Hard-ware, Mcchtnics'Toote, Houm.- Trimmings, ftc.. A large in- voice of. Spear JacVuon'a Saws for sale North Sulma street. Corlnthian.IIall Buildinnu S .ON.THE. MORAL GOD- By'Kalhanici W. Taylor, D. D., late Ilwight Profcsaor IHdactic Thcologyiin Yalo. Cbllego.. In twr OK sale WYNKOpP.iJ; BRO. -QKCKIVBR'S tbo Re- ceivcr. of order of Court, bearing date April will sell at pub lie auction, at the (illlce.ol1 J. IJ. in tho First Ward in tho cily.of Syracuse; on thoWh day: of May aokl, at .9 4. M., all the right, title and interest ot. the said Charles ami to" First. All that the city of Syracuse, county ol'Onondaga arid Sitito of New-York .die; tlngulBhod.aii partof lot nnuilior ck'.ven, in southwest corner of said .block, aud; 'oup! buudred and on tlie cast'lino1 olV thence (MBtarly parallel with four rods; ;tbince 1 southerly parallel, with (irapo street obc bubdrvd and theiico westerly on tlie lino ot FJiyello stroot four rods to the nlaco of beginning. .Second. All that.piecC'Or parccllbf land-situate on'block: seven, in said city of described as follows: Being about 'feet front on Grape street, and extending back about four.rpds, and which is bounded on tbo riorlb by a strip'of liiud'ouc foot'wide, ro- coutly conveyed to Lev! W. Comutoclc by said Beuedict anil wife; oh the Bontb by land belonging now or formerly to Cliarlcii by land now or formerly belonging to said Couistock. Also, all the right, title and claim of the said Charles .Leonard lu and to a certain dc- podit iu tho hands of Burnett Fiikins, of about tbc sum of sulijcct to tbo .claim nf said as surety for said Leonard, upou tbo appeitl in accrtrin ta tlon: Also, all tun interest of tho'said Charles Lsouardu tho acconutii and assets of the Salt Deale.r Company. Dated'April jap28iltd ..JAMES S; Becoivbr, Tlic abovu'3alc is poslpoiiud to the IPth then to4 bo the sarno placcandhour of thfi day.' 'J.S.LF.ACH, Rcceivor. Tho above sulfr Is postponed to.lhs 4ihbf the 8amo place and time of May J. S. LEACH, Receiver. DIRECT FROM THE JIIANV qACTVRERS Premium ami brands of OIL, COLORS, VARNISHES, DRYERS; irect from.tho al.lbo lowtsl aSh prices, at No. East water slroel, Bigu of Morlar. uibll If (imuot. BOOKSFKOM TRADEHA1.8. maylS WVXKppP k KBO; .VOKK 10 HK AIMIIMl I. TII.V.-V 1MI: Richest Diadem EVEK II V KINGS K.MVED'iH.-. Wliatl VHiy, a Boaotifnl Heod of Hiur. BKi-.U.-srn i. Hi.- ti.r .ill I'.c.idor, ,v .'vi-r wi l.nwl.lly in Ilio iin iii in-n.i "f ,t fir "i iii-. or Ilir llllll I1? iiir'h KK.I ilry.nr rprmklrd .Mil Unit liaif li-T .-liaini.. iUir if nnvl two or tltri'c n uill nivl prrltialimnly lo ;ill an '.vmiin-i.t. Ibf Tin- u rili'r i-i1 iV Ursl llic PKUr.nl.'UinHn'rv': NfW- .Aj-ri! I'.i, Dlt. IVrinil me to i-xjir lo run UK I mil iiii-li-r 1'nr llm i-ntlrp n-.-'toritliiui niy I" migliin! about Ilio ihno 1 1 uiy in ihv I'liiti.-.! Sl.il.-s, it was rapi.l'y bi-l-onilnu fray. on tin- i-r your il n-rini-nM orkimil .lilt-. I your a vcrv ny wnll I am, dt-ar sir, OUTN ti nly S. TIIAf.HKRR. -yvh a'r Uwyih-ilydcl." ilrrfl, Aj-nl is, I Sit: Pltur. O. J. llrar Some tuoiiih.or six I :i of yonr Hair IVst.ir.-uive jravr it, to my .wife, who t'j try .1 on iier lliiiiktin; al Iho tiinu thai :l the pray Iwir lo its original but to her well my surprUv, nflrr a few weeks' Iritil il ;ltaj performed llnil wouderfuLeRccl liy turnluit'all lire gray hairs lo a dark brown, -at thoKime time and UtiukcutUK .the hair. I strongly i-e cotniiieudtlic abovo'Hi.'sloralivi- to all persons in want such KIIAH. CARDKW. York July "5, JSST. Pnor.-O. J. With confidence ;do- 1- rcccmmend your Hair ns the most efficacious article I ever saw. Since uiiiug your Ilafr Restorative my and whiskers, which were almost xvhite, have gradual v iirown dark: and I now foel confident that s few more ap- riistoro Iheni to' their untural color. It also iius relieved me of nil dandrulf aiid unpleasant io common. among persona wno.perspireifroely. C. KILBY. CHiacgo, 111., Shy! HnoK. Alwitt two years ago my hair cummsncul und fallinKoul ,aiidtm-nluggniy; I was fait becoming bald had tried many to no HTccl. 1 commenced UMinr oour ,in January last. A few application fastracil my lialr Hrmly. H bejjan to (111 up, grow onl and turned back lo'its former colnr, (black.) At it is fully 'mtornUo. original color, health and apticar- nuec, aud'J ctioorfully recommcud its use to til. f OK THIS Of M of IU Ihlilt j.u t.y S-vj.-i.-.rl Jv i JT.Vi I; l.liv :n III- i'ajv: :.v i MI Iri.in ih-.- tn -.vlf. n ij.-'. I lnw-l. -u 'rl- -I'j-i.lki- m II.-, M..I... it l-i- tJn-aiiM'iir-i-i ---iri. l'-. i. i nn'iith. .ii'lr-r tin1 if tin- ii, The Restoralivc iii put tip in bottles of thrcenir.es, vis .rje umcdium, and small. The xmalkholds one hair-piul anil retails .for ou'o dollar ijcr bottle; the niediuni'lioUls n: least uiorc ;in proportion I linn tho small. retails for two dollars per bottle; Iho boldi .1 ntiarl 40 per cent, morn in proportion, and retail for JS. O. J: WOOD .t to. Xo. afi Broadwav; New York, (in the groatX y. Wire Hsiliriif mabllBin'en'l.'i) ami 114 Market; street, St. l.ouia. Mo., and gold by. all good Druggists and Fancy Dealers. junrt dawSm. iv a COMPOUND EXTRACT OF ROOTS, FOR.MAKIM: BEKR APURET.Tvegetable tire Uedlci- ual and Aromatre of- the room from which it is Withy ind pleasant beverage. Ilactl a j a purifier, producing a gentle stimulation through- out Iho body, without the deleterious effecls oflimomcn. tary excitement. It peculiarly elHcacioiui in dinasK aruingftoiu jmpurilitB or the blcod, and- Is hiirblv rocom- racrtdol for tho use of familr.-s especially wherejrood water.canuot-bo ensily Prepared by Practical CbemiBlc, Westerly, U.1 r.ogcrs Co., Syracuse. THK SECRET IWMRMJTrES OF YOUTH AND MATURITY. TUST PCBUSHKI) GRATIS, Ihe Mth few O words on the Rational Treatment, without Medicine, ofSporraatorrheaor Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, (icuital and Nervous Debility, Premature Decav of the System, Impotency Impediments to Marriage gener- ally. L'Y B. DE LANEY, M. D. The important fact that, the many alarming complaints, originating in .the imprudence and solitude of youth, may be easily removed without Medicine, Is in this small tract clearly.demonstrated; and Ibe entirely new and hifbly sncccsKful Ireatmcul. as adopted by the Author, fully ex plained, of which cveryont Is enabled to care himself, perfectly, and at Ibe least DOS ible coat, thereby avbldtnrall the advertised nootrums ofthe day. Sent to an j-address, gratis aad post free. In a sealed en- vctotw, by rtmHling (po.t 'paid) two postage Dr. B.PE LANEY, Ho. M East Tbirly-Orst street. New York city. mhJS-ily Unparalleled Indnccmenti! BOOTS AND SHOES! If you wisa to obtain LADIES' CLOTH LACE OARERS For the nominal sum of Van CESTI; LADIES' FOXED COiiGRESS GAITERS, SlVKSIY-FlVB ClNTO; LADIES' FOXED CONGRESS GAITERS, WITH HEELS, AT DOLtAn, And every other article in onr line in like proportion, yac have ouly to call at the old and well known stand of TRTTE8DBLL A WALLACE, t Xo. T Franklin BntUdlngB, K. Gcncnt atrccl, SIGN" OF THE BICI BOOT. These aro all SEW aud FRESH not eld worthless shopkeepers. .We, manufacture largely, ouraolvcs, and obtain the balance of our stock DIMCT FROM THE BEST MAJroFACTURERS, At the East, thus saving to our cuslomerB one uroflt which- competitors, who purchase in New York, MUST PAY. Call and examine our Goods and Prices, tnd be con- MR: C. G. JOHNSON, go long ina favorably known lo tbo public, Btlll reinaais with ns.antl will be happy lo sen bin friends and show (hem Ihe. Beit Selected, mort Complete, and far the CHEAPEST ABSOKIKKirr OF QOODB, Ever diBpiaycd in Central Tfew 1 Every, description of: vrork made to order m the most approved styles; aad war, routed. Terms. oielualvely.caBhi i may28daw TRUESDELL fc WAI LACE. i O. t. WK8T [FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, No. Opposite Iho Syracuse Houao, Syracuse, :N. Y. SPSING AND SUMMER CLOTttlKG. ELEGANT OUTFITS! rc.are now iireparod to. supply., our customers-from ontof Iho bestselected and best made itoeks of W in Uie Stale, made from the latest styles of: and iu tlMvory best custom manner, expressly for Ik: retail whlcli wo will Sell lower than awy other HOOM In Syraciue. large-: assortment of. i GKNTS FURNISHING GOODS, Embracing', au. extensive and. complete stock ut Shir Umk-r-Sliirls, Drawers, (Jlovra, Stocks, CraiatB, i-varfs, Suspenders, Dressing. Gowns, Etc.. Etc., Elo. Together wilh a foil Block of hirts CLOTHING, .Which has luan.ufacturcd exprcssly.for OB, after the most approved stylesvof .the large Eastern' cities, ia cut, finish and 'design which we arc able to supply all 'sizes, .from four years and upwards, m i Snitt, XooniUJidntm, Fnnte, CLOTHS, CASIMEHES AND VESTINGS. Our Block iu thm lino ia .tall of recent Importations of Fruich, EuKlish and Gorman mauufarturca, togHber 'with tlii! best grades of American Goods, for the 'c. US-TOM' TRADE, Which are prepared to make up to oider, in the most fashionable manner, and upon ibort notice. def> competition In atjrk, uid A superior assortment of rubber goods, >uch >r coals leggings, Ac., also IruukB, carpet. niay atalllitucs be found at our store. JW Goods jobbed at New York prkes. Syracuse, April, 1I-, dawim. CITY- HACK NO. 5. BT JUnSON VERMILYKA. Hack, when not in use, will be found from 7 o'clock A: x. to 7 o'clock r. K., either, in' front of the Syracuse House; Vorbees House, Gay's Allen Pbelps' Muilu Store, or at .fee Da; ol.. Uflat oTUxabove plaars .will receive prompt atleiiUan. i dtsiring tbla Hack, either for bnsnim or ptsaa- ure, tut have the same en favorable terms by aaplylog to Ihu proprietor. dft tf a. Tlie remaining copies are hereby continued X of the regenls, to uswl for Hie puriH.-c excbangea. 3. Tte volmnni of the natural liislory of the flaw hereafter to be publiubcd, ahull, when sold, bo of at not less than dollars each instead of the irk-' now'fiswl by lav, all acajlemk-s, ecicutitlc InslllulioM.aa.i library awvcbiiccf' which own thu Talmnw already the grcoi. part'pf them, sh.tll'havc the rijbt to complete their sc's on Ihe terms herttofon wtabliihed for tbat pnriwK. All acts or parU.of acta IneonsiEteu! wilk'lhc visMns of tula are hereby repealed Pr"
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