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   Syracuse Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 23, 1857, Syracuse, New York                                aiij rt: '--rJCVno Fl to iE uo.ii'Oi- v.-. j i If AH? 170. -.PKJjGL.TWO-GENTS. .t. iUOOD ClLOCK.S t BO Day have iust oitgnada Inrgg lot of .t'llJO'l: Tn'. '-i To be (ouud In N'o. 'M Emplri) Illock, 3nva that high prices .'i. Stt, rf. r. plc-te ro-any person-ran- -rt them ran D r {5 He tcijel 1 iiay, '6'otliK; f 2 guod clothing BO as he 'i'i lifu J sisiii aCu 1-j.wv; ;-.so> 007 has, itook of Ready Ma'de Clothing In gyraeuse.-.- i; No.'BC. cent. ond Office 1 Time plecea 1 25 to 2 00. OrnamenMi rer on Commercial Comspondence; _ .th'e way of j day....it do: i 1 ilo ilo 't 1M ewelle-4-and will run accurAle.ln any position. U. SXVABTHOUT, No Wacl; fo .....a w 8 50! s a t." 13 .....ao w: __of tliejnestdesirnble f, i. .Ijmul'n ayrncuse, VHieslir.'of' llic' Ipida W' fifWAHTBOUf, Prtprleior. ._ (EBTAJJLIS8H) .'-WliolosaltiDdiKlilimBetacra antlnporten til JKWEURY, AND, FANCY flOODB, JL Ills large slock of. va cye'fy t.: jtj f p J jiriet'B not accompaniea written will oo jnwrtcd irntll -Advertisements -IV general Fltfk 411 of ajoaff ooncej- n Jn 01 4s raoela la many dialr nerlmni-cTir. nUtffiVAKtA In advertisers Isllmited to their tvrenty-uvc Innildltlon .U.v'fcf or Fioncitisf ftp4i aiftfir Sa .aWiiuuitari'biiwtfeai ,'u; K; 7 upon fcientmc principles '.Merchant t'-i a Spectacles are otl Uiv Ji Jnii: No. ipS Braomo street, pieVaoor.JEast of'Brbaawayt _ COMB ONE! .COME ALT. J! We" self ffliiti T CO. arc now opening I -fliol Clotijimr, and Wy.'i Ulihtir_________ Sou Gold and Silver Specta .H. uiniin .bes.mfi gnjp ill pay tbe highest rate of.premluin for the fc niKilli ti il flavejutTeliinied from A iiVg'e'iotiirySpYins boxes jj J o. S3 East, Oenesee. street, between the Myers. Block tl'JIl Vf i fi'.'j am South American Dollars and'Holf Dollars. -n i WILT.ARD ft Our Stock is all new.-and moitly of ured work, consisting variety and -style, from wilirnT. Easy chairs, large and 1 frhicti.'aa to priceacdquatirrcannot'besurpueeUr They stees; Divans, We are not going op We deem it i sho w What-Nots, Piano Stools, ,JIaho 'op BrcssinB Bureaus and jStand the I ManutwhuVehi undljS "Ou.f'T.Jbtto iVQiicir telei liirxe Bad, just rpoelred a rare'aad of .'i _ this depornientii Tell AirOletW, Kip and Boots, custom MJim PHT.'doin dttji every our silver ware to warranted equal to bbln consist! In part of Iiiolii i ilavt; :.-thciatUjltiosj, of inb. .A. All dangers of the sea-, lakes ana flre at places of tan 'shlpmentj at the risk of the owners' of- property. ;.M-" N. B. Kememter oiir oddreas, Nei ON AOAIN. repute New York, and we .or State, at the (Table Porks, Cream i'' ?o. 18 EAST GEHISM STMWT, lately-j SIW.fiWOT AND :M> vKnlTurtj -isi; l.ftf Ksh .Tobacco <-.i i city, made, and warranted of tlia new atyJjBj ..TUB STKiOO (Sundajseiccpted) at4 for anv shorter purlod, [Is Uie'Olty, or lii TH BMS OP T U'K .W fiKK P 9 i TMWwBLfCoBMiw' mallei lo aw part the-conntry'or-'uellycred: at.the ofllte S tMular iuSscribers I 60 M adYancL.. No will be entered unless afc- by..the v. Hum to nav In advance, and thus have the nvllee of reaJlSi .'-M If Infoontoe.prtll dHttly. When the'lime has paldjlf you w'lsfi to stop yburpaperi Informing him of your wish, and pralt a month or got a dozen more papers thitf you haya paid for. oim j ''Tfe cbhtlnuot'b'scn'd papers to the 'time for whlc.h thcvHrut aubicrlbed haa expired enelMOfierid.'. nntll e.nef'- ages are paid up, or we are assured that'a sobacrllior 33 therefore, fora'manof "mean: Uls o order lils paper stoppedi whllU'he Ing anything for '1. Subscr'lbertSsrho'do rial trary.'are'eonslderod.as wishing to continue.thjMr, subscrqi-. 3. if bf 'their 'pn- jers, the publisher to send'iuiem. untn all arrearages are paid. V i., j i .If subfcribers.uegleof Of, take their papers onTce toiwhloh U-.ey arc directed; they are held-: responsible they hafi teaed Mil' and' ordered' the discontinued', i ili'i l.m: :ilng'uiiet jubljshem, and.the paper' Is "sent' direction, they are held I 8.' Th'e Conrtli have 'de ng to take a papjer; wo. The ConrtH nave'ttecraea tnac roiuimg w a or removlng.and leaving If uncalled is .prlma faole, jn rilHE FAK-KAMED JL. ALE may be found.at jv This celebrated Slid tv being received and Is for sale In assorted packages! ty thaaireuta, rt Shu lowest market prices. tne ageuw, M trABBOT, Sole Agents, J P' FAMIfclES.-Greenwaya'have iow. on hand ft duanHfy of small Kegs of Ale filled (ele- familV Se. Var luSl by, character, and contains sufficient bitter [o reniler'wqm highly useful to persons suffering' fronr'ln'digestlonj or ayGPreenways' Bottled Ale Is said to be far the Foreign Ales now triMse, and only cost half as much. Ail orders-canbe left at their oWce.Oprner.iof Watren and Qoneaee streets. j. March; 20.d8m   Orders left Mua. ft JIusIe Store, or a Hmsi.sa'8 Residence, Ho. 62 Lack street, Syracuse, N.Y will be promptly attended to-... t. J OfFIOB OF TSC.190T.BR AXO T13 HBOilVEn. SytBCUM, April "til, 18ft7. '1 STREET SE1VEK: IIE- Is hereby glfcn'toall persons Interested, that the Aiisessnicnt Roll made by City. As. lessors, in pursuance'of'the act of tho I.ojrislarore for the relief of James Ley ft passed Fcb'y. 5th 1S5T, rc-aaacswlng those persons bcoeflttvd by the Catherine Street to the amount of has been left with jhe under- lined, at his oflice In the Hatl, where payment may be made for theteriuof sbty days as follows f Jrom date, for'the first.ten without chjuve; for ttn dayg thereafter, at one per cent, fee; for tbe twenty days succeeding, at three p.or cent. and for: Uu at flve per cent, fee.: Attieexpl- bVSS Uxes :wlll the hands of a constable for collection nsrc- tjulrertbjr the charter. aiOta U. WHEATOS, Trcoiurer and Taj: Recelrer. 1E WSPAPERfl I C H 1 V E __ his city, ALEXANDER'S KID ''I i.-n 'ENGLISH HppIBB-XJ Of, i' -TaWeDamask.i CLOTHS, OASSIHERES, "B large ttsaortratint! of intlrelynewpattevM. 'Syracuse, Match ju leiwura.Wbrkj-DOui' uroiujciiicu t short ther established west of New York, as my ;J .-.K ,ij Have Resumed, J .......Have i Have Resumed, Retail..TraileV Retail Rslall -J trade 'iAtTfiel Stand, I Kast Genesee i.t u and Warrsn Streets, the Vj Post Office, Where their friends entire New D R .Which'CAN :ii; .be so.l.d.as .i'.VJ'.i cheap as.flt :i .i' i any other I...'.-. handaomft D'elnlnes OneShHHng, Jiiita -j' Going at hope One arid all'' i of our old oustomers, and.friends, ......Iain i. ,..they.wlll not 1 II heccsn'ary'td go elsewhore.teget i ADLElt, THAYKR-4 Are now to show as I gooiVa stncli of Olotlis, ClnliiB, Cottonades, Oottonades, Cottonarioa, Cottonadt-B, Teatiiigs, Vertlngi, Casaimers, Oasulracrs, Airo Brown ?liet from I March 2S.dtf Tickings Tickings, i "Tickings, Tip Trip BtEAOTlKD SHIRTIXOS, Down, ]inwh, Down, Down, To the Lowest, Lowest, Lowest, enable Msortment of Also; We eShlbll'at th'dirWiow.roBnis.oh1 Ke'aslohiihebVana sf n her. rooms; must be pleased, as the. grcsent (ash 'Coto'e'anii see.'1 .Aprll'16, T ABIES, ATTENTION of wh oh are now roady and oBered'Wthepuriric'for. their tlon and kind patronage..tiMbreipe'sfe.ctfbiijN.'Bpja'or_, variety, elegance, desirability, as.well..as-cheapneasS price, has never before Tieen oflcrei in'thiS'State. cans.nrc i N. B.- Fresh supplies of Parfs patterns, recelyed.wei Wiring the' U, Bleaching anApressins. done. with dispatch, of nil .JXIL. fr.oin .assortment of which she will show to her.numerous friends' anif' pat! rkv-.iin Mrs., .0. pay, particular attention to .Mourning furnish'.fam'iUes tajlhe shortest-rioticeJ H. l.-. Attentive lady clerks will always be In attflhilancelo upon customers. A ffHV ..HerSecond Summer opening.of iDrcss her residence, No.4l Fayetto street. 'The thr Syracuse, eet. 'The thnfeiO j NEW VKRNUM 0. JAMES, United States Deputy Marshl ,the_Northern District, of New and RUSSEEI have establWheiianiA'gerii Syracuse, N.'Y., for tiie transaction of. a.generat r DETECTIVE And will attend of jlepi tions, frauds, and crimiual offences dVte of drfcWdersj procurtag prehension and return of fugitives from justlce.or -at or stolen propertyV'ferVafng-'oiJt POLICE AGEJJC1 -li tloh the recoyery of lo; ___D___ road'depredations on iall QfjKew and other obtaining iufprmati9n. Ac7, "Fr6m Buii they flatter themselyes that they.willbe able to giyj aails'faciibn to" all' charge. Charges moderate. VERN0M 0. JAMES, 1 RUBSBL SFrai ,.i The Hon. N. K. HALL, Judge of the U. C DKLOS DnWou, Ksq., S. B. GAUVM, U. S. District Attorney. 1 J. Ml Mow TJi-S. 'Marshal.. M less itirt ''fA' urt, BURKK9. now getting out a new map of nils' cffy. 'By this association we We" public nupwill .Qiiffl! (he parties (Mr. is well known to- be an ether of Uils city, has been and now is City Siirv ;yor John RandaU, and Mi been familiar iWjth .Uie'wort' the last 2Q years.: ThffMap is to'be'smaller.'.andvcHeapei-Wan.toeVpri City Map, yet clear, distinct and correct In all Its parts it will be well adapted' to 'private and office uso. Ii be forthcoming In.4.Tew weeks. Real estate 'holder; requested to send lir'aHeraHonif'or new division! or h'ele property which shall; be properly inserted In saii .ir'-'' City. Enijlneer's office. n1 to thff rt, Heavttst, Heaviest, Best. CABFETS CLEANED. Reasons why body should have, washed: You tlo ndt have to rip them, your'apartments are more healthyl UIL carpets will Wear d> whin Uiem, nor do I fade only costs aboiM.R> Brothers, Druggists, No. street: Syracusjf or at the Wagon shop of Jacob will be tarn ;ln oUte March at lovrerpricas th CHEAP PABLlJE ricss than over b'btore sold In tiffs mil j 1 from SScents to nnd a large stock of well itantial -t'ff CHEAP J t our Ware, Booms. wWj Mr. the only'p irtfioritedUtfficelvuqdleAfoasiK-. JJtifi.i .rsi! >S Gage Cc., removed their pttce }o the Furman Blockjone tfoor VaJt of'the Weigh tock, up stairs. Syracose, VT plaster is now on hand and for D. BonU, M i P "in Cor. of Bioadway and Broome streets, Neiv York. This splendid cstahllshment.was opened to the'inspec- tion of the public on Mp'ndViy the of March, and wa': throBgeil wlfll re; quested to call and give it a thorough inspection whenejr- ihdSth stories, of -1 riiiT .us II I us and I offered'to the public It has stood the test of twen- r.'ni u-.ty1 rbuti of tue.many. hundreds of iin'ita- wlUi'i'Vi.1 S, and- boautlfvlng ln  rat to cul- .WHOLESALE AND, 1 "STD MEA ntol agntjable and OouilfMientHOUtlleil SPAPERf   

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