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   Syracuse Daily Courier (Newspaper) - February 12, 1857, Syracuse, New York                                DAILY COURIER 3Y F. I, HAGADOR THTJRSDA.Y, 1857. YOL I, NO. no. PR ;CE TWO CENTS. LEGAL. Ji ha-i payment secured to be paid by certain T benriiiK date the twenty-third day one thoiuanil eight hundred and fifty-live, ii.il by Jnmei West, mortgagor, of the city of Syra- OnoiM'nfta unty, snd State of New York, to Milo Vh ckmnn, of the t..-.vii of (flay, In -.aid county, and ytll- I J. Marlell, of the city of Syracuje, an.l which 1 mortis.- was given to UK- payment of seven i hu idre I and n o e dollars and eighty-nine cents, and M M One iin.'rtlon.... 0 Two In- 1 (V) Three liuvrtioii'i- I M font In-.-tlions.. nn Six Invrtloni 1'v.o m (if) Tlirt-i- I Fmir i.nintha. niinthj. Wit inotuiid.. I ftf) Nine innnthK Tv.'elvu t. Id sum ..f ami lortj -av.-dol u.s and gi- I 'nine cent. t.. lie paid M follows, K. wit Two hundred on the 21th day of December, in each year, wltn I- le'ro-t on .ill H.iini unpaid pnyaWo at the ?iunij time prided duly re.-or.led in the Clerk's lu-c i.f th'- county of Ommdaita, on tin 12th da of Feb- iiiiKli-lnirrtion. A-lver'tsers is limited io their n, e liouae, In the city of Syracuse, on the day f March 1S5T, at ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day, ti.il will then and there ta such sal. LEGAL. _ MORTGAGE Lott Hamilton, Mortgagor, of the town of Cicero, county of Onnn- claw, snd State of New York, did by a certain Indenture of mortgaee bearing dale on the Hlh day of January, I'lMt, convey unto George F. Otlnnrll, Mortgagee, of On- ondaga Valley, in said countj, all that certain piece or pwcei of land known and distinguished as subdivision number eight In the division of lot number sixty-six, In the ton n of Olccro, according to a survey of said lot made by Fornnin, surveyor, on tlio Mth day of Novem- ber. 1823, bounded ai follows Beginning In the south line of s.'ld lot nt the southwest corner of subdivision number nine, her, iofore called the Hundred Acres; thence running ivcnt twenty-two i-halim and two links to the o uth-t.m corner of tiie survey ot nfly acres on saiu lot; hence north twenty-two chains nnd thirty-six links o tin- northwest corner of imld survey fifty thence west w-nty-two chains and thirty-six links to the northwest cor- IIIT of survey thence north nine chains and twenty- slx links lo a tree marked M, in the west line of said lot, U being the south-west corner of uubdlvlston number six; thence east forty-four chains and thirty-eight links to a stake five llaka north-east a tree marked E; thence south thirty-one chains and sixty-two links to the place ol beginning, containing ni.iety-tuo ac.es and thirty-two InindrulSis of an acre of land, excepting from the above described premises about one-third of an acre of lanil aold for u school >iouse lot, and also about two and two- thinU acres nol.l to Jonathan E. Pierce. And whereas, .lefiiult has been made lu the payment of said mortgage which aald mortgage was given to secure tho payment of Don 0.1 with Interest therein provided, and was recoril oil, mth the power of sale therein, In the office of the Clerk ..f 'he county of Onomlasa, in book 19 of mort- nurei oni.ageMl, on the 19th day of January, at 4 o'clock p. And whereas there la claimed to be due on odd mortgage at the date of the first publication of tins notice, the sum of 61-100, and interest on said sum from the ISth day of January, ISM, and there Is to become due on said mortgage, said sum of with Interest thereon from the 18th day of January, IbSlj, and no proceedings at law have been instituted to collect the Now, therefor.-, by virtue of the power of Bale in said mortgage contained, the above described premise-, will be sold at public auction at the Bynwrae House in the city of Syracuse the 1st day of May, 1857 at 10 o'clock A. M nf thatdav. Dated February GKOBSK P. GRINNELL, Mortgagee. SV.DCKVICE, ANUHKWS h KKSNEDV, Attorneys. 10 ISw MEDICAL. DISEASES, _ K READ A T H I N S DOCTOll C. B-GOfPltiV contlnuo to consuUed JEWELRY, OKOr.M! PFIUSCOPIC SPKCTACI.KS.-ln call'n? U.e ationtion to our GROUND PEIUSCOPIC SPECTACLES, MISCELTxANEOUS. NEW YOHK POLYCK No 5 Fraiee Block, Syrarcan-. Sew York. VKRXCJI C. JAMM, SlalM Deputy Mai the North.-rn Dbtric: of Near an.l HLPS Hit nflfnhr.ahAil nr. An CLOTHING. ESlf, SAVK t OUR MONEY by buying cioths at FAY BLOCK. Marshal of i vVe pride ourselves n having chtappit assortment o f ELL R. I food r.ch cloths nd SMslmwi !n city. class. No p their cvi'ushouM use an.v otli-r .irtu-le. ff We have them act in line frames, in pnn.' from and every plass warranted perfect. Pine gold frames from to Including aline mcul "Til persons who nro compelled to use spectacles, are earnestly invited te call anil give us a trial. consnl either personally or by mull. AM, CHRSS WAS RANTED PERMANENT. LADIES' MEDICAL AND DOMESTIC MIDWIFERY. sowing to the rapid sale of the former editions of the above work, the author his been induced to Issue a and Revised Edition, (bearing the above with such laws, no one caa deny, and it will be tht FMB WATCHES. FINK WATCHES. Among our assortment of fine watches can always be found Uio very best Lever and Duplex M.-ycmenta ol Ctal Son, watch second to none in use, one which has never been known to fail of being a CORRECT TIMK-KEEPER. E. D. Johnson, a Genuine Movement an-1 a perfect Princlo, English Dnplex.a perfect and runs ond. WILLIAM J. MARTiKTT, A C. GI.WWOLB, Att'y.-janSJtd. to Arm.. paid, V until you havi- go? rfosen more papers than yoabfcvepfcl'Jl fur. after tho TfiB LAW Of "or tf or.IWod the Su-eISoraremov'ing andVeavin; it uncalled for, Ui'i fario' ICCM it intentional fraud. ps; "WINES ..-ivVaOWaAlC UQDOR3TORE, 8treeU The sulwcrlher has taken tho ore for of carrying tho LIQt'OU BCSlSiSS. outli cast corner ofsanljlot, ami running thence northerly ml K line of saw lot twenty and! one-fourth (2eX) rod., lieMcc westerly on a line parallel with the track of sal. to the westerly boundary of said lot two hundred ,nd eighty rods; thence southerly on Uic i farm [lotf twenty and onf-fourth (20JO rods. jcr t., sell, whicn is it, and has been duly by UobertM. Klchardsonto Orl6en Vandenbnrgh, the saiil Orlgen Vandenhurgh re-aBsigiicil to said ichard- te sai Uohort M. Kiehwdnon ami by the said Robert M. Richard- son ami-nf  aid block, and runs thence westerly, on the southerly side of Willow street, ninety-nine feet; thence southerly, paral- lel with the easterly line of said block, one hundred and thirty-two feet: thence easterly, parallel with the northerly line of said block, ninety-nine feet; thence northerly, par- allel with the easterly side of uald block, one hundred and thirty-two feet, to the place of beginning. Said mortgage was given to secure the payment of three thousand dollars in three equal annual instalments, from the date of said mortgage, with interest from the date thereof ou all sums unpaid, payable at the time of each payment of principal as aforesaid, the same being civen for tho purchase of the said premises, and is recorded In the office of the Clerk of the county of Onondaga, in book No. 72 of mortgages, on[ page 61 on the 28th day of January, 1854, at 8 o'clock, P. M., and whereas there Is claimed to be due and unpaid thereon on the first publication of this notice, the sum of and interest thereon from the 19th day of Jan- uary, 1856 and no proceedings have been hadorinj atltutedatlawfor the recovery of the same or any part thereof; now, therefore notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the said mortgaged premises above described will be sold at public auction, at the Onondaga Temperance House, In Syracuse, kept by Wright A Miller, on the 22d day of April, 1857, at teri o'clock in the forenoon of that day. Dated Syracuse, January 21st, 1857. g GEER and SAMUEL P. GEEK, Mortgagees. FAIBCHILD Noxos, Attorneys._________t2wlwjii2d suc aws, no aim nf this work to Impart such knowledge in a p'leLan? manner, avoiSing everything of a vulgar ter, er which would offend ear of decency. BTliis branch wfll occipy a portion of the me C been flno gold and silver cascs.in a great va- 'eel charge. Charts module. _ RUSSEL B. LOWELL, No. 5 yraice Block. K Hon! nS the C. 8. BUtrict Court. The Hon. FBED. FOLLETT, Ilitavia. DZJ.IW UKWOLF, Kin.., OSWCRO. 5 B. GABVTS, U. S. District Attorney. J Ji. Morr U. S. Marshal. oltr co., AT I o. 17 NORTH SALISA STESET, FEATHEKS FOR Cook, m.innfac- turer of Furniture of all kinds, offers ii prin.u lot of Live Okese Feathers f.r sale, at No. 4J e riety of rich and substantial casings, and we 'eel we can please all, as regards beauty, durability, quality or families to gov PEICE SI neat to an j address, IMat free. KB. A liberal discount aUowcd to ttie trade. Speci- men copies sent on the i eceipt of Hie above price. OTBAItiHT MNE WATfllES.-We would call B particular attention of .ill persons who are m -want ol a low price First Class Watch, to our assortment of these SUPERIOR TIME-KF.EPKR8, which we have j nst had made expressly for us, anil bear- inz our name. We are confident there is no Watch (of the same value) which can compare with them for durability and irood service. We are glad to show them at all times com- parpen, with any watch ir the Have just returned rora Kew York, and are BOW rweiviafl and opening a splf did uf m: SCH AND GERMAN, BROAB CLOTI S, CASSIMERES AND T.TSTISOS ttTilch as to price ml quality can not be nirpanol. Thej would .-esnectfully ask. all to call aud examine for them- selves. We dec a pleasure to show our goo.U it ill "our motto is Qui nd im.ill pjofla. I JICS'ISHING This deportment SK ell filled wWh Scaro, rchief Ghnes, iiispendcrs. Silk, Merino and CcttoTi Wrappers and Bra .-era, UmbrellM, and !n fact evtrj thlr g oecciiary to fumis a gentlcaian'J wardrobe at a aiomer.t notice. Wcl.avealioa! rge assortracnt of JS MA RUBBER GOODS, Cloato, Whits and Slack Coats, LejrelniM, and Obr sSck of BI ADY MADB ClArlllNQ, l> noi. pl.te and we wou d rcspectfuily invite the attent.cn o. Country Dealers, t- call before porcho-iSng clsewnere. Also a large assortment of BOYS CLOTHING. N.B. Remember our address, Xo. SorthSallna street Oriei.UI Ballftlngs. M. C. PALHEB, oltf DR. OOPF'S FHIALE MONTHLY A safe and reliable remely for Suppressions land Diseases. Ladles should not use them as they will produce mis ;a.mage. Price addrei by mail, post frve. No letters l Gold Watches, warranted perfect, for only 420, makes a handsome litt'.e pros AND We have a new lotof tine C 6ameo and Painted setts, -Mnverj a _ S. M. Basset, Principal, Professor nf the Science of Ac- counts, Practical and Ornamental Penmanship, and turer on Commercial W. V. Perrine, Practical Accountant, raanship, Lecturer on Commercial Law, and Commercial C Tp.'BaSse't', 1'rofe.sor of the Science of Accounts and Lecturer on business Customs. MijsL. partment. s usoms. MijsL.JL Newell, Assistant Preceptress m Ladies Di- KOUHDPERISCOPIC SPECTACLES. just received a new lot of these superior Bl invite all persons to try who a" n2d We have we best thing !n use. oia'ffeACrE! Mortgagor, Hervey ilon The Savings Bunt of Knse dated January 2t, recorded In the office of S? Clerk of the Comity of Onondaa In Book M of Mort- gages, page 430 at H A. M. There li Slaliied to be due upon the said moneaire at thednte of the llrst publication, of this notice, the sum of 100 The premises aro described in said mortgage aa fol- lows, that is to -.-All that part of Blook number one hundred and thirteen (113) In the fourth ward of the City of Syracuse, bounded and described RS follows: Beginning at the north-east corner of said Block number one hun- dred r.nd thirteen tl.cnco running West on line of Fnyette street one hundred and two feet; thence South parallel with tlnlberry street eighty-seven feet; thence East parallel with the South line of Kayette street Default having been made In the payment of the moneys Intended to be m ecured to be paid by a certain mortgage made and exe- !K- li -ifccd 'luSicva, vm.i i.oi. incctf.-illyso- a rtAre of M" patronaijc-, whU.( 1 co-iilitof "Pure Juice "Burgund.- pi'-. n'Mtno-ll" and Golden" Sherry, 1 v.a- Dry and Spark- n Stores No. 118 Water street, Ho. lSOPear earl street, Neiv York -'il-ri thflr extensive -.toci: of lIQTOHS ce East p one hundred and two feet to the West line of Mulberry street- thence North on the West line of Mulberry street els'.ity-icven feet to the place of beginning. Now, there- fore, notice Is hereby given that by virtue of the power of wleconulneil In and recorded with the said mortgage, ana pursuant to the statute in such ease made and provided, tho 'mortgaged premises described In the said mortgage and heroinbefore particularly set out, will he sold at pub- lic auction at the Hotel known as the Syracuse the Cltv of Syracuse, In saW Onondaga the 18th day of April, 1357, at 8 o'clock P. U. Dated Dttca, Janu- ary IS, 1857. THE SAVINGS BANK opUTicA, KBitSAN, QOISN 4 KKBSAH, Att'ys for Mortgagee, Utlca, jl5-18w. N.Y. arc sole :.p-nti In tills city -up-ri'ir Creaming and Sparui.'g Chnmpssno, which tin- u.unc .iuu.ltics "iii im-iort-'l and is more i.crceaolotoUie p.ilate. 11 per basket. A or Table Ciiiret, (St. i" cases from count-y mtrchanU solicited, and shipn.'d 11SOHEIUAM SCHNAPPS in rtr.no jun and flafiUs; also !bo WS1XW COUD1AI. SON. having been made In the pnymentof the sum of secured to be bv a certain mortgage bearing date the first clivy o! May, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, (1352) ecutcil by James Johonnot and Sarah E. Johonnot, his wife, of the city of Syracuse, as IB Orvill W. Ohllib, as mortgagee, and recorded In the omce of the Clerk of the County of Onondaga, In Book No. 67 of mort- "iiL'es, on page 354 October at 9 o'clock A. M., of th.it day, and no proceedings at law having been had to collect the money so secured by said mortgage, and there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the first pulillci.tlon of this notice, the sum of and to be- come due thereon the. sum ef J541.7T, with Interest from MIIY 1, 1856: Now, therefore, notice la hereby given, thst by virtus of the power of sale in said mortgage contained, ,md thc.roirith recorded, nnd of the Statute in such case macln and provided, the lands described In said mortgage "All that certain piece or parcel of land known distinguished as the southerly h.ilf of village lot No. nity-ein-ht, .5S) of block No. 45, in the village of SElina, (now cll.v of Sjjracuac, Klrst in the Onondaga Salt lUierviition, ivhich southerly half of said lot IB to be made bv running a. line easterly and westerly through the contre "T lot, also thirty-three feet In width, ad- joining tho southerly sldeof the above described lot, being nnTn j tliea-une piece or jiurcel of laud with a barn K AND SCOTUi jtaiullii" and which lot was conveyed by tho heirs of Wm. Klrktiatrlck, latcof the town of Salina, deceased.Ho Na- illah M. Chillis by deed of warranty, bearing date Doc. 1851 anclJiy the said N. M. Chllds to Orville W. Ohildi; alsobr deed of warranty, March Will be sold ut public auction lit the Salt Springs Hotel, in the First ward o I the .-ityof Syracuse, kept by 11. li. Elderkln.on Uie llth day of April, 1MT, at 10 o'clock i. M. of that [lay. Dated'ftillnu, January 16lh, 18.17. 1 OKVIM.W. GUILDS, Moltgllgce. IL Blitsii, Alt'y for Mortgagee. J15 18w certain premisea hereinafter described, and which nwrt- gace is dated on the twelfth day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and was, together with the power of sale therein contained, recorded In the office of the Clerk of the county of Onondaga, on the seventh day of July, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, at elitht o'clock A. K., in Liber sixty-six of mortgages, at page four hundred and eighty-five, ic., and was given to secure the payment of the sum of eight hundred dollars, togeth- er with the Interest thereon upon which mortgage there Is claimed to be due, at the time of the first publication of this notice, (November 25, the sum of eight hundred dollars of principal, together with the interest thereon from the twelfth day of April, in the year one thousand eli-ht hundred and fifty-two, amounting in the whole for principal and interest, to the sum of one thousand and ttftv-elnht dollars and fifty one cents, and no suit or pro- ceedings having been instituted at law for the recovery of the said moneys and debts as aforesaid remaining secured by the said mortgage, or 'iny part thereof. Now, there- fore, notice Is hereby given, that pursuant to the power of sale in the above mentioned mortgage contained, and of the Statute in such case made and provided, thelsaid mortgaged premises will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, at the Globe Hotel, in the city of Syracuse, in the said county of Onondaga, on the nine- teenth day of February next, (one thousand eight hundred and fifty at twelve o'clock noon of that day. The mortgaged premises are described in said mortgage sub- stantially as follows, to-wlt: B JD I C A L aiOTIOK DR. WM. E. OLD ESTABLISHED PRIVATE HOSPITAL Bantable Arcade, oppjoite (north of) the Post Office, Sjracuse, S. Y. Where he will introduc e to the notice of those affllolrf with PDIVATB and SSPBIIJTIO IBB Piuracn STS- class of Complilntshe has made and to make a SPECIALTY, and the knowledge he has of Die- NEW METHOD OP TREATMENT, Now In operation in Prtnce and the Hospitals In this conn- try, warrants him in .ayliig that none of the fbrms the disease is wont to aslriine, is without a Sure, Quick and Permanent Remedy. Five thousand patients cured annually. The remedies employed by Dr. WM. E. HOYT, are free from offensive taste or smell, contain no mercury and require no change of diet, business or pleasure. Persons at adlstance can be cured at home, by ac dressing a letter to WM. E. HOYT. Recollect the name and place. N in want of a Pleasant and Safe Remedy for Irregularities, Obstiuctlons, can obtain DR. BTJSIA3' FREScJH FEMALE MONTHLY PHLS, At the Doctor's offlce In the Bastable Armde. Married ladles in certain altuatonn should not nseftein; for rea- sons see directions wlti 'each box. Price sent by Mail to all parts of the wo.-ld. Br. Wm. E. Hoytls Jheenly agent in the United Stivtes. Also for sale Doctor's oiicei TJM FJMAIJI PstwKOTJO tesnmonw, M nnMUng preventive of couceptl in, la Invaluable to each as thrtmgh seme phvslcal confomation or deformity, are Incapaci- tated for safe repodnclion. Orders from any panofthe United States, IncloaU g wUl Insure the return of the instrument. Remembtr that Dr. Wm. E. Hojt is the only permanently established and responsible Physician in Central New York, treats Private Diseases, and his practice extends throughout every State in the Union. Remember the place, I astable Arcade. OFTOH Hooss from A. M. to 9 P. M. Sundays from 8 to 6 P. M. olo'f E ALL _ PITVS.-We have a great variety, also plain and fancy Curb Chains of the best quality only, cheap. STONfc 4 BALL. clSO Hon. O. F. Comstock, Hon. E. II. Tyler, Judge Pratt, A. G.Hull, Esq., H. J.Sodgwick, Esq., P. M., and other., Lecturers on Commercial Law Commercial calculations, Political V. -onomy, Bunking, Railroading, rmancmg, 4c. This Institution Is unsurpassed by any similar establish- ment In the Unitcfi States in point of facilities for acquir- ing a thorough business education, a knowledge of Com- mercial flcienoe and Art. Twenty lessons in Penmanship simply, Ladii-i f and Gentlemen are most respectfully invited cU and visit the nev- College Kooms. Please send fora PALMCT. HAWI.EV, IN Wholesale and Uetall Dealers and Importers of WATCHES, JEWELRY.AND FANCY GOODS, HASUFicrnnmRS OF PEKMICH SILVEK WASH, And sole Agents for KURT'S CELEBRATED PERISCOPIO SPECTACLES, ;No. 14 Esat Genesee street, Syracuse. SILVER WARE MANUFACTORY. WILLARD HAWLEY Are the Manufacturers of the OELfcBKATED PRBIIUM SILVEK WARE. A good aasortment of Table and Tea Spoons, Eorks of all1 ktods. Cups, Pie, Cake, Ice Cream, Fruit and Fish Knives, Soup and Gravy Lsdles, Napkin Rings, fte., con- stantly on hand. Old Silver snd Coin made into new Wlre' BURTS PERISCOPIC SPEOTAOLE3. The subscribers are the sole Agents for the Gale of J. Burt's Periscoplc Gold and Silver Spectacles-the best g rfassls gronnd upon scientific principles, which not only strengthen the eyes, but give a larger field of vision than anyTther glass used. AU Spectacles are warranted to suit the eye when fitted by us. CiijTlon BY THS who would Hive the above named Glasses a trial, are requested to notice Sat the name of J. Burt" Is stamped upon the frames. a? r kSat published November 27, 1856. Creditors to -Sr before Hen B. Woolworth, County Judge, of said of Onondaga. at his office in feet of Alleghany White L ,mrTwed between October.lSSS and July, 1856, MEKCHANT TAILORS, CORM a Or iSLIXi ASI) JAUKi STBEirrS, -Would resp. itfolly invite ftelr friends and thepub- ic, to call and ej injine their Stock of FALL AND TER GOODS, con Isflng of tht FREKC I AND ENGLISH CLO1HS, RICH FA> CY CASSJMEEKS FOR PASTS, Ai elegant assortment of SILK AND VELVET NESTINGS, Comprising every rarietr of goodi to !w found In a FIB3T CLASS 1 ERCHAST 1AILOBJXG- ESTABLISH- MEST, which we lill make to order in the latest style. Please call and es unineour goods and prices. B. 4 F. have co utanUv on hand an assortment Gen Kurnishir 5 Goods. _ _ ?TCTf TH.OUSASB. WAR WITH CANADA. rcm Oir 'STAJI Bcli. or J. 4 H. TYLER. NEW GOODS A' ;D CLOTHING CHEAPBH AN E7EB H TYLEB hat Jutl retaraed from New Toik with all toe lateet styles aud patterns that can be found, making cur CASSIMEREa AKD TE8TISG3 the best everoffe ed in this market, nr West of New York. Our stock of Cio lingh notto be equaled. We hare largest and best jadestuck of Clothing to be found In Hie State. We do n t boa.t when we that all our Made Clothing i maOe by good, eiperiKnced while others are east, or half made with nsacnmtf, that stan. the test. Come in, we ay. We will show you and them cheaper th. n ofliera can bny UMBI. JIB. C. A. B. BROWS, from Boston, an ciperlenceJ and wcB known Joiter.wlU At jon to a charm, the ever In toil city- -ever ready and willing to attend to you in Custom Di parUnent. The obliging S t i. pleasure to see j >n and the same J. S. CCrCtlFFE tlist has waited on yi i im before, is always ready to sell Cubn, Allega anuary Syracnse, January 6, 185T.-tf. No. 8 Bastsble Arcade. PREBEHJIH! "EBS will pay highest rate of premium for the fol- and Half Dollars (coined before 1858 Spanish Dollars and Half Dollars. Mexican Dollars and naif Dollars. English Crowns and Hall Crowns. South American Dollars and Half Dollars. being pa 5Iarcellu3, bounded and described as follows to wit be- ginning at the soutii line of the Seneca turnpike road at the Northwest corner of a piece of land, on or about the first dsv of April, A. D., one thousand eight hundred ana wenty-eight, owned by Richard R. Davis, running thence West In the llneof said road four rods and five toks totand, at the date last aforesaid, owned by Jeremiah G. B. White, Ihence Bast fo the piece of land above mentioned e ae ence South twenty-six rods and nineteen, links, thence ast four rods and five links to the South-west corner of aa owned by Riehard te pece o a R Davis, thence North twenty-six rods and nineteen links to' the place of beginning j containing about three-quarters of an aero of land.be the samo more or less. Dated Novem- ber 24th, 1856. ipEAKKLIN Li SHELDON, Mortgagee. M. S. Mvsits, Auburn, N. Y., Attorney. ma Cle 1844, in boo claimed to be d NATIVE JJATAWBA BKANDV. AS THIS IS THB VVP.K JUICK, OF GKAl'E, j-roirn lu '.ho viuo-l ardt of uur great It. panic u- lur cl ilrn notiuo from those requiring u mulicliia. ji'mulant. It IIM bicn pronounco.l by .mulyzers a--' fcr to any of the imported Yrt) e- th-s th-.-e beinrf prob-ililv moru real Gr.lpe. Ju'ce In c.ie '.li n I.: of wlnvt !i linp.itled. It i'uri- J.noc c.t the and i.f p'lt up In bottiei n- it of c-.-il---11" uvol't silulu ration. The only aK-.-nL- in Centra! New York are JAYCOX GKEEN of i-Ity, sJ! it in easier of ench. J CDGNAt Thu ty bciSiip rece.veti Lie ageism, i- ft. AltnOT, Sol-: Agents, No. 47 Water street, New Yuri. is !.-r stil IIR ANDY. Cognac Stnin.ly is const..nt .asorted packhges by "ii'-cs, on il, 4c., February SS, an.l no eeedmi-s ;it law ha-. been hud to collect the moneys so wcuml by '.ltd mortgage, nnd there Is claimeij to be due saiil nun .it the first publication ol this notice, the "f ?6s.39. Now, therefore, notice IB hereby given that virtue of the power of sale In suld mortsagc con- talni-cf and therewith recorded, and of the statute in such ei.sc 1'i.ide nnd l.mds described in such mort- .i-i All that certain piece of block No. sevan- U-Miin thi-old village of tho rounty of Ononclapa an.l State of New York, described us follow Beginning In the southerly line of uaid block, at dlstnnci' "f one hundred and fourteen feet easterly ihu sonllieiiaterly corner of snl.l block; thence east- erly .11..ng nii'l line thirlj-one feet, six inches i thence northerly rijrlit anKlcs witli said soutii line one hundred ,unl ll.i.n feet; thence westerly parallel witk said south line tlnity.nno feet his inches thence southerly nnd t nuh. unjrlc'J .vAtl. fii.icl soutii line one hundred and tin i ty-'.H'i feet to the I-liire of beginning. Will he sold at puhlu- on tin; S.ilt Springs Hotel In Hie First ward nf o-ild city, kept by H. B. Kl.lerkln, on the llth day of April, I-V'H, ut HI n'et'.ck in the fotanoon of that day. Da- ted Jjinr. irv Kr-, 1W7. COKNKLIUS ALVORD, Mortgagee. II. BFHM-, Att'y for UUFKKXIK County of Cortland. Tn for miiiu-y. IMPORTERS, J IN FOREIGN WINES AND Mtjl. Whnlcsa'.e xnrt retr.H. AROABK SALOON, co Warren fsyracu-.-, N Y. East TH 2? infiy oe fonini f.t apt', A ALE, POKTKR f. apt', ut th 4 C A NO WHOLES .r.' !-n CiOAUN .m.1 Ml- Je.torv Of if rc- bv iltel W. T, SIAM1WO i. Kt.iton against William Pulton. Summons To William Fulton, the above named You are hereby suniiiHin.'U to atibwer the complaint of Thomas Kcator, tiie above named plaintiff, a copy of which was lilod in the office of the Clerk ot the county of Cortland, on tlio 15th 'i-iy of January, 1S57, and to serve a copy of your answer o'n the subscriber at Cortlandville, in the said eounlv, Tvithitit wenty il.iva aUerthe syrvlce of this sum- evincive of the day of service anil If yon fail to ansivor said complaint, as hereby required, the plaintiff jinlirnie-it against you for four hundred and fnun the 16th day of MOJKT4JAGK Mars Sear- ing and Moses Folger. Mortgagee, Elaa Ann Vroo- n Mortgage dated April 5th, 1844. Recorded in the Tk's Offlce of Onondaga county, on the 6th day of April, ik No. 49 of 'mortgages, page Ml. There Is the lime of the first pubHcs- tlon of this notice, the sum of one hundred and elghty- eicht dollars and forty-thrco cents. Default having been made in the payment thereof, notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a power of sale, contained In said mort- gage, the preicises described in said mortgage, to wit All that certain tract or parcel of land, being all that u.irl of Salt Lot number twenty-four, (24) in the village of Liverpool described as follows, viz: Beginning at the southwesterly corner of said lol, near the bridge over the Oswcgo canal.'and on the bank of said canal, and running northerly on the line of Vine street to a point fifteen feet northerly of the old building attached to the salt block on said easterly at right angles to the cast line of said lot, thence on mild cast line to the Oswego bounded by said canal to the place of beginning, supposed lobe about eighty-two (82) feet wide, together ivith all works thereon, and all the appurtenances thereunto will bo sold at public auction, at the Globe Hotel, in the city of Syracuse in said county of Onondaga on tlieSlsl day of March, 1857, at 10 o'clock In the fore- noon of that day. Dated December, ELIZA ANN VROOMAN, Mortgagee. R. II. MORKHOUSB, of Utica, SUJPIBBHIB H. Cook, receiver of the property and effects of Owen Daly, against Owen Daly and Dennis Daly. By virtue and In pursuance of the judgment and decree of the Supreme Court, made in the above entitled cause on the 17th day of December, 1856, the judgment roll wherein was entered and docketed in the Clcrk'a office of Onondaga county, on the 29th day of December, 185B, I shall wll at public auction to the highest bi.'.dcr at Ihe public house kept by Tinkham 4 Stebbins, and knoftil as Howe's Hotel, in the town of Ca- millus.said county, on the 5th day of February next at 9 o'clock In the forenoon, tho follouinidcscribed premises "All that certain tract of land In Onondaga county, deed- ed'by Eleazer Loomis to William Wheadon, by deed re- corded !n County Clerk's book No. 57, of deeds, page 74, Ac., and being part of lot No. 68 of the late- On- ondag.i Reservation, situate in the town of Onondaga and beginning at the south-west corner of said land deeded by Loomis to said William Wheadon; thence east on the fcouthline of said piece of land eighty rods to the cast line of said lot No. 68; thence north on said last mention- ed line, twenty-eight rods thence south-westwardly to a stake standing twenty rods directly north of the place of beginning; thence lo the place of beginning, containing twelve acres of land, now less one and a half acres, and being the same premises on which the said Owen Daly now resides. Dated December 28th, 1856. SIDNEY H. COOK, Receiver, J. S. BiHUETT, PlCPs Att'y. dM-6w TIIE cSKBATE ST MEDICAL DISCOV- ERY Of THE Mr KENNEDY, of Hoxburr, ass discovered In. one of our COMMON PASTURE WEEDS a remedy that cures every kind of humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common plmpie. He has tried it in over cases, and never failed ex- cept In two cases, both thunder hnmor. He has now in his possession over 2011 certificates of Its virtue, all within twenty miles of Bostoa. Two bottles are war-anted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two to three bottles will cure the system of piles Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst can- ker in the month and stomach. Three to live bottles are warranted to cure th i worst cases of erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humors in the eyes. Two bottles are warranted ts cure running In the ears and blotches among the iuir. Four to rii.botlles arewarrant ed to cure corrupt and running ulcers. One bottle wi cure scaly eruption oi the skin. Two to three botUed are warranted to curette worst ease of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst "T benenUs alwayi experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above cjuantlty 16 Reader, I peddled i.ver a thousand bottles of this In the vicinity of Boston. I know the effect of it in every case. So sure as water will extinguish Bre, so sure will this cure tamor! I never sold potUe of it but that sold another. After a trial it always speaks for Itself. There are two nines about this htrb that appear to me flrst7thatit grows in our pastures. In some places plenti- ful, and yet its value has never been known nntU I dis- covered it in 1840; swondithat it should cnre all kind of to give so ne Idea ol the nriden rise and great popularity of this wlttstate- that Tpeddled and sold nbout sij.bfles Per day In April, sold over bottles per It. Some of the wholeaOe in Manufacturers of Silver Ware, Syracuse, Oct. 14 East Genesee street. No. 5 Wall street, New York, Has constanily on hand a_large and splendid assortment Duplex and Lever Watches, __ Gold Magic Case Watches, Gold Independent seconds and double time Watches, Gold Enamelled and Diamond Cased Watches, Gold Watches which wind and set the hands without a key Silver Watches of every style and price. our silver ware is warranted equal to com ana REINSTATE AGENCY at the AncUon mission store No. 57 East Brr Bo22dtf Airctlon and Heal Estate Agent. COTIOS and COMMISSION STOBE No. 87 Ha g ever seen n nncurrent M n.y and Land Warrant, bought and sold and a general E xhange Business done, by H- A Genraee street, [Prazee W. Consignments solicited N. Auctioneer, consists in part of Silver Table Spoons, Dessert Sugar Preserve Mustard Table Porks, Dessert" Pickle Knives, Forks Wedding Cake Knives Fiah Butter Sliver Pie Knives, Dessert Ice Cream Soup Ladles, Oyster Gravy Cream Goblets Salt Cellars, Napkin Kings, Card Cases, Tobacco and Snuff, Boxes, Ac. uer Onr Jewelry is all city made, and warranted of best workmanship and material. STOVES. STOVES: STOVES: MCCARTHY, RADIGAN Dotm s, So. 29 East Water street, Syracuse, N. Y., hasien respectfully to Inform the public of the tion of their arrangements with the TKOY of this city, and other Eastern Poandriea of icknoiledged reputation, by which a large assortment of be2' COOK ASD PARLOR STOVES, Will be kept constantly on hand. Among the many Im- portant advantages claimed for our stoves maybe iMn- variety, beauty and excellence of our patterns. W2d. Ihe unsurpassed smoothness of the castings. The thorough manner in which every stove Is m4th.'lOnr ability to supply odd castings to repair nny 5tti to recommend no stove that has no stoves made from old and condemned pat- terns remodeled with new names, to mislead and deceive the public, but each stove bears its original name, and we alone are purNciPAt COOK STOVES: COil. COOK. Welcome, Minnesota Air Tight, Btar Air Tight, Exchange, Choice, City, Black Prince, lotus Air Tight, Western World, G NCLEA AND LA1OT KOt SLOWS ASD OA1MH1S CHBAHED IU IBM WMT POHBIW.Z MANNM, BY JOHN WAB.WICK, (Late of Troy.) NO. 50 JE1 PERSON STEKBT, COS. MCIJ3ERBT AH orders ieft t M. 0. Palmer Go's carehdly attended J.W. inform the public Uiat as soon as be can comil his arrangeme. ts, he will open his Silk, Wool, and Cotton Dyeing Establi hment. assortment of neat and liVsbio pa arns of fancy shirt.. r s of fancv shirti. ties, CE----- rec'S by Ac Merchant Tailors, 15 Vf. Genesee THE OH IGIHAI. CHET. be found t H T, rBANKLIJI BCILDISGS, where may be 'ound sll Vtods of CLOTHS, CAf 31MERE3, ASD VESTIKGS, A ID GZSTtEMEN'S FUEKIgmSG OOOB All garment warranted to Bt, DJ. MO IRIS Ik t ssff variety 3f FALL WJSTEK OOOB8 JOa JiM'a Of the t .-at qualities H And the Patterns, rThlch they fill make to order In molt appro ,-e d styles. 015tf 15 West the an- is a uni- ome o iness twenty and thi; ty years, say that nothing in nals of Patent Medidnes, was ever like it. There versal praise of it from all quarters. In m? own practice r always kept it strictly, for humor. but since Its tatrod jctiou -as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtue, have been fouad in it that we DTveSTceases-of epileptic tt.? disease which wa, al- ways considered incarable, have bean cured by a few bot- tles O what n, mercy, if it will prove effectual in all cases of awful there are but few wto have seen more "several cane, of dropsy, all of them aged peo- Cold Chatelaine Chains Snard vest Gold Crosses, Pln3' Earnings, Finger Bingd, Silver Thimbles, Necklaces, Pens, Cpencib, Studs, Sleeve Buttons, Vest Buttons, Watch Keys, Seals, Charms, and evey article which can be mentioned in the jewelry toe. DIAMOND PINS, KINGS, CROSSES, 40. The prices of all the above articles will be found lower when quality is compared than at anj other establisnment BWatches', Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted. oltf _ _ Black Knight, Wisconsto, elevated oven' Forrest BUI, Premium Air Tight, Western Dltmond, BO ym- esern Wa have also on hand a large assortment of Parlor Stoves, for Wood and Coal. In presenting this circular, we have eudeavortd to avoid the too common and disgusting practice of nonatlng. We desire only to state facts. We therefore invtte the interest or curiosity of a candid public to an eismtajtlon of our assortment, to test the accuracy of our insertions. WATER STREET, SYRACUSE, N. t. April. IS6C, tv -.Ufa cnsLs. HOItATIO BALLAKD, Attorney. fN f'ONI-'OKMB'rv tho Slat.rt concerning limited partnertliip, ivr, subscrilKirs do ccrl-fy that wo have formed a limited partnership, to be. conducted under llie name and firm of "T Isom, in the bufll- HC13 of buying and selling DrvGou.13, Oroocrlcs. Crockery, ure uGualiy dealt In cases of tho Kidneys, 4c., the discovery has done more cood than any medicine ever known. No change of aief.ever necessary aithe best you can turSed0by''Donald. Kennedy, Warren street, Agents, York, C. V. Clickner, 61 Barclay, Kcnvon Rogers i; Co., South Salina St., and Dr. Moore, North Salina si, ar J agents for Syracuse. G. W. Stoddard, Agent at Onelda, MadlsoE Co. Syracuse, oltf. __________ EVFUtY IWi'THBB SHOULV HAVE A in thehoise handy in of accidents to the children. Rronrao's Kussii It a Boston remedy of thirty years' stmdlng, and Is' recommended by phy- sicians. It Is a sure and speedy for Bnras Piles, Bods, a Chilblains, and Old Sores of every kind ions, Sore Nippl Sties, Pesters, Fl d les, (recommended by lta Bites, Cracked Lis ips, Bore Nose, Warts nablereniedy and es, ee, Bheum, Scurvy, and Cracked and Flesh Wounds, it is a most val which can be testlCed to by thousands wko hare used it in the city of Boston md vicinity for the last thirty years. In no instance will this sah-e do an injury or interfere with a 1 prescriptions. It is made from the purest materials, irom a recipe brought from Hussia-of and Hie rorietors have e anri .-inch other tinkles UN by country Merchants. The iwbscril'er, Thomas Isom, jt.nlot-, plsce of renSdencj Is In the town of Skaneat- cks, ct'imtv of Onomlaya and dtate     unrated our scorched the eat fire of ebruary lost, we are prtfcawd lo enter if confidui. w c rom Uading Sty! together with large jupriles cf Work: altog. ther nuking up most varied aad c stoekof BOOTg AND SHOES To be foond rest of New York, and will So offend So tkc Trade at ami 1 advance for cash or approved crwSlt. TTe oxtemilvi .y in the Manufacture and sale ef LEA.THIX STOCK, Comprising lemlock and Oak Sold Loatlicr, Common in 1 French Calf Wns, Patrat iaWMje 1 Mor taTlte tie attoition ol Dwlf-rs "very liberal patron.gc avoa tender ur grateful acknowledpncnli, 
                            

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