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   Syracuse Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 14, 1857, Syracuse, New York                                BHW IKE TOST BAWHIKO OF EVEH7 AOTMOT TO ALtEHATK AKT PORTIOH OF OTJTR COUHTRY FBOM THE BEST, OB TO KCFEEBLE THE SACKED TIES WHICH MOW IISK lOGETHKE THE VARIOUS PASTS.- VOL I, NO. 162. PUCE TWO CENTS. TUESDA.Y, BY F. I, HAGADORN. MISCELLANEOUS. EVKBY MORNINO KXOSPTSD BY F. t. HAGADOM, Canrltr it, coanr, f. F1VK The Undersigned, proprietor, of the Mriral dally pa jxr.lt. nrrmx am SQUIBS. One 1 day, 8 1 week, A a i so! Half Kiuiril day.....I do do do do do do do One square one tjroe.. s weeks.. a 1 360 .8 00 6 .....1000 do di> do do do ilo 1 8 6 VJ 1 0 1 V 0 so BO 100 1- C 12 76 1 HO t s oo coo IS (A) Cards In the Dally, not exceeding four line AJl in IIMMi mi not aetJMapanled by written dlrectloni will Interted until fortyd, and charged AdVcrltoenwnn-fcr KxMbnioni, Concent, Ac., to rtarted cent, m to 1 LBiAt, Noncra charged at the flied by.rtatsta. Yuat.r Mtunmaa, occupying two squarH or over per flf location charget according to agreement. The PtMlen of jearlj aaverWr. taluSlteo1 to their own riguiir tTKtu. in addition to the advertising BCTIXHM oerllne for Drat iMCTtU and cents per lint for eaensubMonent Insertion. SUMMKR8 BROTHER. F. L. TEKM8 Of THE riAIlT 'CpTJRIEE Tire Bf juooiw ia'pobllsheil wery momln at tSjwr annum; orlWi-cenUperwee for any Hiorteripwlod, payable to the Carriers, If dellvere ,n City, or Invariably In advance, If MDt by.Mall. TERMS 0? THB.'WBIBKLY OOORIRR. TimWouLT CoDaiui publldied eyery Saturday, an mailed to' an'y' part of the country or delivered at theofflc U fubicrrtxn per. annam, In advance, No wbwrlptlon will be entered on the books onlew ac by Ihe money. ;jl Be sore to pir In advance, and thus have the prlrlleg of reading voitr oim Instead of the: If Touchaczeyourreslder.ee, Inform the pnblliher Imme Ulitely, stating name, the place you. and place you move to. aow TO tnJr A ririB. 'When the time has expired fer which yon have paM, I you wish to stop your paper, write a letter to the Publisher informing him of your wish, and do it not wait a lUEth or. two. until yon hare got a doien more paperi than you paid for. ora comet. We-oontlnM to lend to Uie nlMcirtben, after th time for which they first subscribed has expired unlatoib- oritrttt..: a paper until all arrear are paid up, or we are .anured that a subscriber i worthleia. It Is useless, therefore, for a nan of a order his paper (topped, while be owing anythmg for It tax uw 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con trary, are considered tu Wishing to continue their oubscrip 9. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their pa pera, the publisher may continue to lend them until al arrearafM are paid. ruBscrlbers neglect or Mfuse to take their papers fron th. office to which, ttty are- directed, they are held lesponilble til! they liaw lettled the bill and ordered the toother, places without Inform- log Uw publtthers, said paper to the former direction, they are held rapMulMe. have decided that refusing a paper Roil the office, or leaViag It uncalled for, ii jiialfirli nldenM of Intentional fraud. JO stock New Xork, and we can aell them al New York Olty prlcM, arid guarantee them as represented Ikey consist for Brandy of fullowlnr brands i y o uownr an "J.. Che Otard, Depuy A Champagne" Otard, Depuy A L. "itasleau Cognac" In iialt. pipes, quarta and .Caatilllon 4 mpagne" contlslof "Pure Juice Burgundy "Pale and Golden'.' Sherry, "Sidy and amT'Spark II "Gin's of Meder Cologne, and other brandf. Jamaica, St. Orolx and New England Rums. Bran London, Swtcb and PhnrtelpWa Porter. irorsaleby- JAYCOX 4 GREEN, No; 6T North Sslloaitreet. PVRB NATIVE CATAWBA BBANBV, AS THIS IS THE PORB JC10B OV GRAPZ, grown In the vine-yards of our gwai West, It has partlcn claim for notice from those .a medicma. itlmulant. It has been pronounced by-analyiew: ana as far superior to aby of the fmperted varle Ues, there being probably more.real Juice In one than in rive gallons of what Is termed imported. 1 1 Ii Pure of the drape, and !l pat up In bottles In stead of casks to avoid adulteration. The onlyagentlla Central New York are JATCOX eur city eell It in doien each. _______oltf PKIVA.TM have now on hand a quantity of small Kegs of. Ale filled ex pressly for family use. Their.alMhftve been long recom mended by the Medical'Faculty, of a gentle atlmulalhig character, and containe sufficient bitter .to render them highly useful to persona suffering from -indigestion -or Bottled Ale b satit to be far'preferable to the Foreign Ales nowln.use, and only cost halt at .much An orders can be left at thtlr offlce, Corner of Warren and Genesee streeta, March S6.u8m c-o s JV I. ROM I If COQNAa BRANDY. .This celebrated and favorite Oognac Brandy it constant ty being received and'It for sale In aworttd packages b? the agents, Ft the lowest market prices. WELLINGTON A ABBOT, Water street, KewYort. VHOMAN, (SlTCCKaOOKS TO JOHNSON 4KWGSUSV, Wholwale ana BeUll Deal- ers la Wines and Liquors, London Porter, Scotch Alt ant CljrarsVNo. MJaKttsktet.Syracwe.N.T. a.m. tana. 'ocl TM FAB- VAMED CANANDAIGVA AIiK may be fonnd at wholetale retaU, at tho urn utWIng lalt Ooaaty Clerk's Omce. oltf, MOFPAT i CO. A UtOOMB J0L. Dealer In AU8, >al RBCTlrRIt AND WHOLES' and LIQUORS, WlsISS >al OlGARg, ITo. Jame. rtttet. A KO. MS NORTH SAUNA street. Keeps constantly on hand a choice assort GRoonuisVuqcow, MUSICAL. O JULIJt-BASDa.-fl. H.SDTHKHlaND, and Director, would respeclaay.announce the readlntse of the Band to engage for Frlvata Parties, Balis, Concerts, tain, SewiadOf, Excursions, Military and wia any number of instrumentt, from gfteen. Brass or String. All promptly attended to. Uuslc arranged, for Bran aad String Binds on reasonable terms. Addvtu _, Ci BKA88 BAND. AMD XV. HBNSLSR'S Cotillon Band respectfully lollcit tte NOiNG am tamo LOVINO PUBLIC. Orders lert at A tmaft Music Store, or a Lock street, Syracuse, N.Y wlUHpronptly attended to. CANDLB FACTORy.- R8JUOVAL. I have removed Into my new factory. No. 105 Wert Water street, on the east bank of Onondsjs Oretk. I have now, and shall continue to keep a stock, Bade of tallow, always warranted, and for isle cheap.. Mj Soap apparatus Is being put np, and when Dn- a large supply of'Bard and toft will kept on hand. Syraraie, Feb. always be- ORCUTT. 9IDES, PELTS AND TALtOW wanted at 0 R 0 U T T S Soap and Candle Factory. I will pay the highest market price, la cash, for1 Hides PdH and.Tallow, at my Soap and Oandle Factory, No 105 Weit.Water street, on Bank of Oncedaga Ortek lyraciw. OUVEK ORCUTT hk-iwrylf.i8ST.dtf OF BZMOVAI..- hare removed their Office Into No. 1, UNION BLOCK, (or 4 WT- N 4, UHlvn J91JWJL, wnertuey art now ready to receive all orders In the line BIU, POSTING, DI8TRIBUTISO PKOSRAMMES '''r OIROCLARS. All left la their care will weelve prompt altenttaa i DOWN WITH jronr old FogyUui, and don't lie huuibiifeil any longer.) BWARTHOUT, !fo. SO Empire Block, that high prices are no go now n-dayi. S6, Umpire BIncK'; bns bid ile- !O Sance to all contpctliioa, any mnn to neli you good clothing so clicaii ta he can.____ Umpire' Blo.-t, has J9 larjut whuloale anil retail clothing eniablishuient in .ilie Btaie. 8WAKTHODT, No. !0 Kuipire Block, hai Hie l> itook of giaUy Olojhlnjrjn jByraciiae. __ S" WAKTItOlIT, Ko. !6 Kmplre BlocV, Is soll lilt clothing at i2u per cent thoatr. t town at cost. WAHTMOl'T, No. CO Kmplre Block, has fine blaok frock coati, all wool, fer ami the luit for DO. _ place, Wardrobe, No. SO Rmplre Hindi, North Sttlln at the of the Young Mnn wltlmii iJpeci. t. Proprietor. i MPKINC Klce t Smith bare Juilncelved a rare and choice auortraent of MEW 8PRINQ 9T.7LX9 OF DRRSS Rich Stock of BtACk'SIIKJS, FAHOY 'DRESS 811K9, FIOUREI> EMBR010EBIEB, EHBROIDERTKS, The largest and belt assortment ever before olTered In thli which will be joW at unwuitl lower, km oiovrs, of a lirjftf mortmer.Kjf Goods, ;r Linens, Table Damask, Irish Unerfl, NapkiM, Towelling, CtpTOS, CASSIMSRKS, TH3TIN08, Please call a'nij let as before purchasing elsewhere. N. A large aMo'rtfmnt of G.ntt1 Fancy Shirtings, (intlrtly new ptlterns. HICK SMITH. Syracuw, March ,MREAT SALE of DRY 6OODS at Auction dollars worth of desirable goods sold without remnre. The whole itotk must beiald out to close the business. J 0-0 SO Empire Block. Will commence en Tuesday, February 24, inclconllnueuntll the whole entire stock Is sold. All goods will be sold to hlgheet blddef, ai we must close cut weeks. The slock consists of Quilts, Linens, flannels, Jaconete, CombSt Mtrlnoei, Brilliants, Delaines lish Hosiery, aai) an immenM stock of first claw goods. The above sale offers a for Iho Indies Jo ob-; Ju bargains. The back ond of II -reserved excVusiveiy fort be LBdleatbattheymairJiave ia good chance to purchase. Sales rt retail In ilie feraooni' motion afterhonn' and ,J. Wi JAY Co. Empire Block. ADLBR, THAYER CO., Have 1 Have Resumed, Have Resumed, Cave Resumed, Retail Trade, Rctill Trade, Retail Traile, '.Retail Trade, OldBtsnil, Cor.ner of Salt Oeneiee Streets, Opposite the friends and ctHtomen can now examine entire New Stock if DRY Which CAN and WILL be sold in cheap.B9.al any other EtUblishment. Miey hart very handsome Due Shilling, One Shilling, Jiista Going nt (.One-Shilling, hope to tee One and ell of onr old customers, anil they will not Bnd It niccsskry to go to get OOOD BAHOAIN3. ID'LBR, THATKR t CO. Art DOW] to as good a stock of Cloths, Caiilmcrj, Cloths, Casslmcrs, Cassimers, Tastlngt, Yestinipi Vestingf, Cottonades, W Cpttonades, S Cbttbnadea, ti Jj  until the .Mitire stock H cleared out? A ift'Hei'iil .variety ot.ricli and arc Htill left, of wliirii I ntii aiisiouH to close up tlie uotlcc-rn In or- il-ir tlmt l.mav engage bu.-iliiess. Tim Mock con- sists In. purl the, followlnjj 'MarialllegQnllti; Satins, Muriiios, Linnen Goods, DiLainfR, Towellings, RawSnks, While Urnrha Shawls, Stoila Domestic Goods, Hosiery and Olovea, iiuiitcrpani'B, .....Carpets, M. S." PRICK, No..4 Waihlnnlon Sullnn are.-now...'opening n SIl.KH, C1IALLIS, DELAISES, KIGU 'CALICOS, MUSLTNS, Ac., Ar." V A larce lot of Spring Bonnet. Rihhohs, Dress Hosiery, and fiyo boxes of ALEXANDER'S'KID ;GI.OVES. Received this.day, ".I. R. WIIITI.OCK CO.-i .Mnrcli 2I.ilt'f BOOTS SHOES: TDOOTS AND Jfo.Sto NorthSalinaStreet, Syracuse, Have, now on'hand Thp largest stock of BOOTS, SHOES. LEATHER AS-D FINDINGS, To be'. lounfl in v the State." Their stock comprises; "everything in the'way'of Men's, Women's; Boys, .Children's iT -.Boots and Shoes. of th'e m'est def Irabie patterns, all' of which we ofTer.to the cit tons .1 j-.-. of Syracuse, ing Country, :at '-'prices' -that' .......competitions ,'r jjaye on hand Morrocos, -'Vi' WE ONE COME -ALL Wo will sell goods-'.than 'any other-house-in thiSrClty. -Our mostly of ourown manufacture and 5. Remember 30 North' Salina street, Empire Block, at :tho sign of the Big Boot. Aprils. Manufactnrers of Silver Ware, 14 East Gcmsree street. Fnraltore, ever .cfferipd In'Syra- Warerooms of gt THE 1A1MJEST BOOT AND SHOE Wife.' STORE '-M f D OU ff'A-t', F-BN T'O N Have recently opened' (Injconnection wfth their establishment on Geneaee a-Retail Boot and Shoe Store in the .DILLA.YB OOnNKR SAI.ISX ASD'rATITiE.aTIlESrg. Our Stock Is all new, (md mostly of mrcd work; consisting of every style, from a We areflqt itelljjrou ,we csa sell cheaper.: than any bth'e'r'house, but we will if. any pne.'seils lo.wer th'an-.we they, are wfllcom'e to we 'do 'not have to pay two profits to the Manufa'ctur.ers and-Kew York Jobbers. .W-E.-ARESBLLnia. Ladies all Cloth Lace Gaiters, for 75 Cents Cloth Fox Lace do All Cloth, Csncress Giiltera, ".OlothFoxed Morocco .Conjfress Gaiters, Hens'Kip and Thick Boots, custom make, Mens' do'.'- Boys' Kip do. (.do. Boys'Kip .do., (.do. Youths''eo'Uo'" do'" -1.S5- 160: S 00. S Ct 1 .SR toS. 6t .......____ ._. _. TOOto'lot Every and ..style Childrens' Mens" Boys', and Ypuths'.rBoots and Slioes, at the above Low Prices. .ED. ED. ROGERS ..j .Will havd'charg'e of our atore'bn'Sairna they will be happy to sae ell the world, "and rest'of man- kind." _ to order and warranted. eltf ON HAIMB AGA1 IV. AFTER absence fr6m theRKIAIL SHOE TRADE, I have returned to. I'.-i IN THE OLD. POST OFFICE ROOMS.: Ko. 16. JEAST occupied by-W Palmer 4 Co., where I can be fqnriil with a large anil :gen- eral'stoctof MT OWN MANUFACTURED WORK.: "Also, Eastern, Work, bought lowest from the manufacturers, which I am bound to .sell'.. CHEAPER Also, I have, as usual, the' best yoftmen in tow-ij a-id .-can get up Measure and Ladieb1 at short of as any other estabilshed of. New York, as my is f ft Nimble Sixpence is lietter than a Slow Shilling." A.ROOT. N. still havs the'iervlccB of Measrs. 'BLAUVELT 4.KENT, as Cutters.. NEW 1CORK POLICE .A0ENCY ;'Vj No." 5 Trazee Block, Syracuse, New York. VHRNCM C. United States Deputy Marshal of :the No'rtltern District of New. York, and RUSSELL .R. Deputy' Sheriff, -have 'established an 'Agency a Syracuse, N. Y., for of :a I DETECTIVE POLICE I .BUSINESS, .And wittattendperaonally to the investigation of deprefla- jtloha, frauds, and criminal offences generally, the detection iof offenders, procuring -the arrest and conviction', the ap- and return, of fugitives from- justice of ..ball itlie or stolen property, ferreting.out rail-' depredations on all roads 'in the State' of' New York !and other States, obtaining information, 4c., i From their experience.. in. civil. and. criminal "they flatter that entire satisfaction to all' who may. entrust 'business to their charge. Charges moderate. .Tnunrk' RUBSEL K. No. S Frazec-Bloclr, Ike Hon. HORATIO SuvHotja, The Hon. N. K. HAUL, Judge of the.TJ.S. District Oonrt. The Hon. FBJJD. FOLIBTT, Batavia, DELOa DKWOLP, Esq., 'Oswego.' S. B. GABVIJI, U. S. -DIstricfAttorney. v J. M. HOTT. U. S. Marshal. i oltf JITV CREEK JAMES BCKKE, are now.getting, out a new map of this city. By this association-ire can assure the public that .a map will be .produced useful. One the O and Engineer, assisted In the original laying out under John Randall, Jr., and has been familiar wilb. the wort for the last !0 years. The Map is to be smaller ami cheaper than the present CJtySInp, yet clear, distinct and correct its parts U will adapted to private and office 'use..' Itwul, b.fl forthcoming in a few weeks. Real-estate-holders are requested to send in alterations or.new.divisions of thele MoiieTty which shall bo properly inserted in sala'Map. City Survovor and, EnBlneer's office. GABI-MST8 CLEANED. body shtruld have their Carpets washed: rYou do not havo to rip your apartments are'more .n6t.hayo to sh.-ke or whip them, nor do I radii them, and it about 50 cents. Orders or. Oarpctfljlcft Dillaye Brothers, Druggists, No. -Iff South Sallna street, Syracuse, or at the Waponshopof Jacob taken aud returned In two or thrco days. Carpets left at the. store of J. L. Wlllard, in Orvllle, will be taken aKabnve. HENRY HUNGERFORD... i March 1 STEAM and 'Bteatn Fitting in all'iU "by'' experi- enced workmen.-and warantedfln all agents for Cornelius celebrated Gas Fixtures which .wo wlllscllatas as'can- be7 bad-in'New elsewhere, and no" charge .made for China Hall No. 10, Salina street. S, P, PIERCE. IV. K INC CHAIR jrANUFACTURF.RS. Nj. Urormie et.iwr, one Door Btoadway; iVe.w.York, Invite thiTiKaniiniitlrroai-. srsnvnirirty and superior assortment nt Chairs, mjnufaclureil at own IlshmiMil, and under their Immediate observation imil ilf- rectlon, including Pivot Revolving Sdr-Aciing Extension HecurobenVChalri, Improved invalid Chairs, Major Swirle's TravelingInvaild'.ciialr; Spanish'spring ami' Squab Miirumatlci'Spinal anil AilhpiaMc TnvalM Chairs! K mbrncing most -couple te eli.iicest kinds for Parlors, Ur'a'wliig Rooms, Cijuisbenf, tgbllctliuiltuilona, Dentists, together with ejcrj-.desirable sort adapted to Hie comDrtj anil the flit, the Infiruii.UieJaiiiBami In point of InKemtity of ity and of material, 'CftithfnllieM-of: execution1, durability nni cheapness1, tlwde" nnsnrpasHedi Far. them M. W; King Son. Unit and only Medal, and prefi-ralilo to b'eiia or for ItMlHlfl. aWcted' with' Spinal, Asthmatic or BrfUieliittlaavcllonv-ril' To arm of llie chair nrny be ..attached a.convem' icht reading or writing OJeskvand -Bny-Komblnntion ilc- sircd'ivill be manufactured r a-.' i A circular with explanatory-cutsVwill be sent by mail If requested, and orders; (witll promptly for- warded to any part.of v Kinj'B New An Arm combined convenience, 'as price.) In sickness or healthf this celebrated chair ".As You liiKe chair perhaps ever manufactured mithis or, varies from'fifteen to Thirt.yiBollars, accord-, ing to A -Jl 'j-'- i To I'liililio'InsMlnAjonsi as well as to any >-pulillo 'Institutions; as well as to inaivkluals, tht) ir fa avvery desirabW supplled.vir( unmbcr, en the most liberal -No. 433 W'ffJ. MAMIiKMI, .Wi at the 6W well 41 Sotitli-Saliha' o.. and dealer in j Hia stock Vonslsoi in !Ale iwantir1 Ail Setts .of Parlor BirnitMe Sfttogany aad BliicfWalnufin HalrClolh. Ornamented Bedsroom lai.esl'ilyJea. .-i i A large nssortmtnt ofi icdi.um furjllturs, 'trcrr, nShf StOSE i BALL, FKfE 'WATOKKS. FINE Among r.nr asaorlinent. of finu matches can always lie fonnd the very "best Lever' and Duplex Movements of Chas. Taylor Son, a watch second to none In use, one wbich has never been knottn to fail of. being a COP.RKCT TTME-KEEFKK. E. 0. Johnson, a Genuine Movement and perfect beauty. It. A. Prtaglo, English Duplex, a perfect iretch, and runs in all places tmd weather to a second. G-. Beealey, Morris Tobias, James Johnson, Robert Koskell, John C. Celachaux, John Campbell, and a host of good genuine have been carefully and thoroughly all JCound reliable in every situation. We have them' in fine gold anil silver great m- rioty of rich and substantial casings, and we confidant 56 ctm please all, as regards b'eauly, durability, quality or prices. CjT. AH are invited to examine our goods and see our prices. .niltf STONE 4 BALL. A (KSTABLJSETEB IH RTa, Wholesale anrl Retail Dealers and Importers of Edit W A T C H F. S JEWELRY, .A.ND TANO Y. GOODS, MAWmjACTDKERS OF f .StLVEH WAKE, S sole Agents for. BURT'S CEtKBRATRD PER1SCOPIC Ko. 14 East Geaesee street, Syracuse. SILVER WARE MASUPAOTORT. WILL ART) 4 HAWLEY Are the Manufacturers of the fCELtBRATED PREMIUM SILVER WABE. -W A good assortment of Table (wad Tea of all kinds, Cups, Pie, Cakerlce Cream, Fruit and Fish Knives, Soup and Gravy Ladles, Napkin BIngs, 4c., ami i stantly on hand. Old Silver and Coin made into new Ware.. BURT'S PERISCOPIC SPECTACLES. The subscribers arc the sole Agents for the sale of J. Sort's Periscopic Gold and Silver the best glass ever yet discovered. Tills glass !s ground upon sclenttnc principles, which not only strengthen the eyes, but 'give a'lairger field of vision than any other glass' used: .All Spectacles are warranted-: to suit the eye when fitted by OAOTIOX THE ABpersbnswhowbuld give thfcabovenamed Glasses a trial, are requested to notice that the name of "J.Bart" is stampedupon the frames. Old Gold and Silver SpectactSs taken in exchange. oltt -WILLARD HAWLEY. t; J. JIOMilS i Mercbant Tailors, from New York and Boston, Tltii a stock of Clotlid, Oassimeres, Sfen's an.l Eoy'i. ?lotblng, and Funiishinp Gno.ls, which.fnr ytytc an.l viat- ty.'cannotbe suriiassed. They woufd be to see all their old friewl f and anil as ninny new onf e is would be pleased to call, at tlitlr new Store, No.'CIJ South Sallnastfett, Globe Buildings. April l.dtf PBEiarCTTI! THE' ;SCBSCRI- BEBS will pay the highest rate: of premium for the foli lowing Silver Coin i United States Dollars and Halt Dollars (coined before Spanish Dollars and Half Dollars. Mexican Dollars and Half Dollars. English Crowns andHalf Soutt i American Dollars and Half Dollars. Francs, SAMUF.t, W. BENEDICT, No. o Wall street, New Hatf on hand a large and splendid assortment, of Clocks, Watches jewelry, IK. Gold Hunting-Case Chronometer-; Duplex] and Lever Gold Magic Case Watches, Gold-Independent seconds and double time Watches, Gold Enamelled- and Diamond Cased TJold Watches which wind and set the hands without t key. Silver Watches of every style and price. onr .silver ware is warranted eqnal to coin ani3 consists in part of Silver Table Spoons, Dessert" Sugar Egg Preserve Salt M Mustard Table Forks, Dessert" Pickle Biilves, Forks' Wedding Cake Knives Fish Butter Silver Pie Knives, Dessert Ice Cream 'Soup Ladles, "3 Punch. Oyster Gravy Cream Cups, Goblets Salt Cellars, Napkin Rings, Card Cases, u Tobacco and-Snuff, Boxes, Sx. Our Jewelry is all city maile, and warranted of Highest workmanship and material. ColdCrossei, Pins, Ear Rings, Fingsr Silver Thimbles, -fj j Gold Chains Guard Teat Fob Necklacesj Lockets, Pens, Pencils, Studs, Sleeve Buttons, Test Buttons, Watch Keys, Seals, Cliarms, and evey article which can be mentioned in the jewelry line. MANTLE CLOCKS, DIAMOND PINS, KINGS, CROSSES, 40. The prices.of all the above articles-will be fonnd lower. when quality is compared than at any other establishment In the city. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted. oltf .Kl HERTS 4 FAIBCH1I.D Are noir receivin.e; a I AKGE..AFSOKT.MEX.T or. FRENCH, ENGLISH ASD CEHMAS AKE DOESKINS.; _ Alsotliebestsiorlcof FAN'OY CAFE METIS, ?n.K-AND ever .offered In which we will to order 'in the latest style, Corner of Snlina antl.lames ?t reets. March 23 dtf BROAI> Clotlis of every in, I of the choice CASSHliaiES AKD Black Doeslcins, .so, n great variety funcy Cassimer's anil Testings, oJ the latest Myfcs, riclt ati.V liicli will be mai'rou, measure In correspond Ptvlf, l.y "D..J. MORK18 SON. No. S'i South Sallna btrect, April l.tf. RCODS FOB fMEK'S Q TIT C. CO., ill. AT So. ir'RORTHSALINA (Orienoil 3ave just New York, and are now receives nd opening a splendid assortment of. 1 FIENCn AKD BSOAD CLOTHS, PASSUIERES AND Which, as to price and quality, can' not be Surpassed. They would nsk all ar.d examine for tiiem" selves. We deem shoir our goods at al limes. Our motto is Quick sales and small pleats. i '1DRNISHINO GOODS. This deportment is well Ulleiwith Hand cerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Silk, Klerino aud Cotton Wrappers and Drr wera, Umbrellas, and In fact everything ue'ccasary to furak h a gentleman's wardrobe, at a m .meut's notice. We hav_e also a large of. K.DIA RCBBER.GOOES, Whits am'- Black Leggings, and Over- Alls. (0br aSckuonBEADY MAPS CTimg, !anow Country Bcas alarge asiortmci. tot BOYS K. B. Remembi r 'onr address, No. SortliSalina street' Oriental .1 M. C. PAIJISB, oltf W. PALMEB. FIFTY WARwrra'CAHxbA, HonRin! HmtuABil HuaaAi 11! nw Oir 'STAa or H. TTtZE.' NEW GOODS AIID CLOTOTNQ CHEAPER ANETIR H. TYLER has just returned from New York with all tie lateet styles and lattems that'can be found, making cut stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES ASD TESTINGS the best everoffered in. tbis market, or West of New .Our stock of Clotidngis not to be eqnaleu.. largest and best biade stock'of Clothing to b> fancd in llie State. We do not.-'bout when we Bay that all onr Made Clothing is made by good, experienced .vcrlonen, while others are laade east, or half made 'irith 'Kachines that do net stand the test. Come'in, weKiyJ-'v'We will'show yon'OooSj andse them cheaper tha.i can buy tben. .r MR. C. A. BA.IROWS, from Boston, an'experlenceil and well known: Cutter, will fit you to: a chum, the bei t. ever in ever ready and willing to. attend to yea 'in the Custom Department.." The obliging Sn lerintendent Is waiting at ,e01 times witk pleasure to see you; ,'and tlie tame-j; S. CDTCLIWK tnjt Has waited on you for yean before, is always ready to leu you Goods cheaptrthan'any other man "in the city.' Come all, and If It is-not .so. are not to be nn- dersold by any se: of men. The largest variety of CloUi. log ever seen in a iy .one In the State of New VTork.3 Dncurrent Money .and Land Warrants bought and sold, and a general Ex; hange Business done, by oltf r V. TTLBI..: B 1C. IN WATCHES, CLOCKS9 Jewelry and Fancy Goods, PIANO FORTES, JTIEtODEONS, SHEET MUSIC; Also a general assortment ot musical Merchs dile. Piano Fortes let. and Marking done at the shortest poni le notice. enesee ad 1 ENERAI< INSURANCE IT 4, Malcota Building; Syracuse._NiY. STODDARD 4 are agsnts following First Class Stock Companies, flio THE F IDIILrES and Builncsi Community JL of Syracuse Districts When going or seniling to 3Se" York for supplies, you are respectfully invited to make a trial of the.superior T E A-S hii ported expressly for the IMUESSI IIA wjxEiiorac OP v' CaRISTIANSON 4 CO., Dealers in Teas and Coffees exclusively. This is by fr r the greatest concern of the kind IN THE WORLD, affording the opportunity, at all times, c-fpfoci ring reliable, and choice variety of Teas anil Coffee, which .in quality and price, pres'ent nnrivaleil Inducements to both Dealers and Consiuners. The facilities iwwrwcl by this establishment aye of such a character aa to -rarrarit the proprietors thin cozuldently, and to abide the declaion of all who may te it their sincerity by a critical exanirna- tionof their stock and- prjces. This immenseestablishmeniis situated in Iho reryheart of the city of Net- York, at Uie corner :of the two-great thoroughfares, Broadway and Grand ftreeta, affording every convenient: of eary access, and In the mldft'of wt most extensive establishments of this jft.eat commercial metropolis. jS Holding oursei.-ea retnonstble for a truthful representation of all we Bell, and" with the assurance 16 cor customers th it unless snch to ha fully equal to onr reprt mentations, that the goods will be taken back and the mofi ?y cheerfully returned, we are s'uretbac our system or (loinj business must meet with the hearty approval of purchasers. In conclusion, ve resp'octfully renew 'our -Inritatlonj.to famiiies and dealers, believing tliat a trial will convince them of the great advantages which' we hold tmtto tomcrs in making their. purchases at .v THE BROADWAY: TEA, WAREHonsE, No. 453. corner of Grand street, Sew York. CHRISHANSON 4 March25.diy RITCKRE i: 1.KS1.1E, SOS. SAND IB JAM5S WHOLESALE AS 6-REiAiL bEALzas IN GROCERIES FLOUR, FEEE AND MEAt, WINES AND LIQt. OBS, RECTIFIED. WHISKEY, FRESH, SALTED AND SMOKED Ml ATS, PACKERS OF'PORK" AND BEEF, LARD, BCITER AJiD CHEESE, BROOMS, BAlS KE3S AND WOODEN, And all kopt IH a of tt. Peopie's Fire Insurance Co., of Firo Insurance Co., of Market Fire Insurance Co, of Ne Atlantic Fire Insurance Co, of BrooWynY., Phrcni, Co., of Brooklyn. New. Amsterdam Fire Insurance Co'rn Exthange, Tire and Inland Navigation Insurance Cash C8pit5l Cash capital and snrplna Mutual Me InMtance Co., of New Tork city, Early nothe of explriiHon losses promytly. adjusted. P. S. STODDARD, MarchS4.daw8m. ______E. 1. R'KAI. ESTATB AGESCY at the Auction anVI Com mteioMiore Ko. B7 East Block.] oWdtf sold cheap for drill, reooied ta nrln the timatlOB of public aentimenf appears to be confirmed by. t the patronage and while" we cherish the hop. that none-will find oceaiiott toregrefc; Mr acoualntance with: establishment, we rtall davorbythc'sainit perseveitng efforta that have tnated us to sustain the reputation of.sellinscjnm'.lo strve the notoriety ilso of furnistoiir errtxie- scrlptlon In our bra nch of business of. the purest anil moat ef wh U others may do, we clalm-iptaaly the the AJ ttrrr of disposing of ourgoeoi y, wlillc weTare. cheered with the com- oltf 1 March SPAPES.r   

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