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Gobb, Wm. C., (South Bristol,) harness STID, ELLET, (South Bristol,) farmer 30.

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HOLCOMB, WM. R., (South Bristol,) farmer 161.

HORTON JOHN, farmer 11.

HOUSEL, HENRY A., farmer 23.
Housel, Mrs. Caroline, farmer 125.
HULSE, HENRY, (South Bristol,) farmer

50.

HURD, HIRAM B., (South Bristol,) farmer 63.

INGRAHAM, CHAUNCEY F., (South Bris-
tol,) carpenter and farmer 173.
Johnson, Alonzo, farmer 100.
JOHNSON, JOHN,

Lewis, Wm. J., (South Bristol,) farmer 88.
Martin, Geo. I., farmer 82.
MARTIN, WINTHROP N., (South Bris-
tol,) farmer 25,

Martin, Wm., farmer 75.

MARTÍN, WM. P., farmer 123.

MATHER, ZACHARIAH, farmer 185.
McJannett, Mrs. Jessie, farmer 110.
McJannett, Robert M., farmer 75.
Morgan, James D., vine raiser and farmer
5.

MARACONG, JAMES M., (South Bristol,) blacksmith.

MARTIN, MRS. ELVA A., (South Bristol,) milliner.

Peck, Isaac D., (South Bristol,) shoemaker

and farmer 6.

PENOYER, JOSEPH S., REV., (South Bristol,) Christian clergyman and far

mer 130. PIERCE, DENNIS W., (South Bristol,) farmer 222.

Randall, A. A. & G. S., (Almond A. and Gaius S.,) (South Bristol,) farmers 101. Randall, Almond A., (South Bristol,) (A. A. and G. S. Randall.)

Randall Champlin L., (South Bristol,) farmer 80.

RANDALL, EPHRAIM, (South Bristol,) farmer 122.

Randall, Gaius S., (South Bristol,) (A. A.
& G. S. Randall.)
Rogers, Newton, farmer 85.
ROGERS, RICHARD, farmer 85.
ROPER, JOHN B., (South Bristol,) farmer

75.

SANFORD, JOHN M., (South Bristol,) far

mer 25.

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STETSON, ASIL A., farmer 31.

STID, HENRY. (South Bristol,) thresher. Stid, Mrs. Lucretia, (South Bristol,) farmer 38.

THACHER, LYMAN, farmer 118.
TRICKEY, JEREMIAH, farmer 75.
Trickey, Stephen, farmer 100.
Trickey, John, farmer 37.
Tuft, John, farmer 50.

VAN DENBERGH, DOW F., (South Bristol,) farmer 105.

Wood, Ezra F.. (South Bristol,) farmer 12. Wood, John G., (South Bristol,) farmer

125.

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CANANDAIGUA.

The shire town of the County, situated at the foot of Canandaigua Lake; an important station on the New York Central Railroad, and the terminus of the Niagara Falls and Canandaigua branch, and of the Elmira, Jefferson and Canandaigua (Northern Central,) Railroad. It is the seat of extensive mercantile and manufacturing interests, and has a population of over 5,000. Daily mail by railroad and tri-weekly by stages.

Aberle, Christian, furniture dealer, 118 Main.

ACKLEY, AARON C., farmer 97. ACKLEY, B. H., MRS. & CO., (Mrs. Benjamin H. Ackley and Miss Frances Decker,) milliners and dress-makers, 105 Main.

Ackley, Benjamin H., Mrs., (Mrs. B. H. Aekley & Co.)

Agan, Patrick, (Farmington,) farmer 38.
Adams, Win. H., (Lapham & Adams.)
Allen, Samuel, hair-dresser.
Aldrich, Chancy, (Wm. Richardson & Co.)
Allen, Wm. O., farmer 42.
AMBLER, STEPHEN F., boots and shoes,
138 Main.

Anderson, Geo. B., (Squier, Anderson &
Co.)

Anderson, David H., (J. W. & D. H. Anderson.)

Anderson, James W., (J. W. & D. H. Anderson.)

Anderson, J. W. & D. H., (James W. and
David H.,) livery.

Antis & Pierce, (Wm. G. Antis and Henry
Andrews, Harris, farmer 50.
8. Pierce,) hardware merchants, 164
Main.

Arnold, Denis, farmer 131.
Antis, Wm. G., (Antis & Pierce.)

Backus, Clinton C., (Cook, Van Tyne &
Arnold, Wm., dentist, over 179 Main.
Co.)

*BAKER, E. M., MRS., manuf. hair jewel-
Baker, Daniel J., farmer 116.
ry, show room near Baptist church,
residence 280 Main.

STETSON, JOHN, (South Bristol,) farmer Bank of Ontario, Main, Hiram J. Messen

112.

H

ger, president; Emory B. Remington, cashier.

MOSES TWIST & SONS,

Conveyancers,

CANANDAIGUA,

N. Y.

Real Estate, Insurance, and General Collecting Agents,

AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

DEALERS IN

Domestic and Staple Dry Goods, Men's Furnishing Goods, Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware, Drugs, Medicines and Stationery, House Keepers' Hard-ware, Baskets, Wooden and Willow Wares of every description, Brooms, Feather Dusters and Brushes of all kinds, Table, Floor, Door and Buggy Mats, Cordage, Rope and Twine, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps and Flavoring Extracts, Toys and Fancy Articles innumerable.

To

gether with an
endless variety
of

YANKEE NOTIONS.

Among the different articles we manufacture, is LOCK'S PATENT IMPROVED FLOUR SIFTER; one of the best things for family use. It sifts Flour, Meal, Sugar, Whiting, Pumpkin, Squash, Apples, Tomatoes, Grapes, Currants, Sage and Berries; and, in fact, will do anything that is required of a Sieve or Cullender.

Banks, John, carpenter.

Barnes, Hurdmon, farmer 93.

Barry, Richardson, farmer 200.
Bates, Chas., painter.

Bates, Frank, carpenter.

Bates, Geo. B., (Bates and Meek.) Bates, Hulbert D., (Bates & Stack.) *BATES & MEEK, (Geo. B. Bates and Wm. C. Meek,) booksellers and stationers, 190 Main.

Bates & Stack, (Hulbert D. Bates and John
Stack,) carriage manufacturers, rear of
Canandaigua Hotel.

BEALS, THOMAS S., proprietor of Thom-
as Beal's Bank, owns farm 80.
BEEMAN, ELAM C., lawyer.
BEEMAN, REUBEN, farmer 80.
Beeman, Seth, farmer 113.

Bell, M. W., Mrs., dress and cloak maker.
Bemis, George, village clerk.
BENEDICT, CHAS. S., farmer 39.
Benedict, Robert M., farmer 130.
Benedict, Stepper, farmer 22.
BENHAM, BOSWELL JR., (Hopewell,)
farmer 57%.

Benham, David C., (Hopewell,) farmer 90.
Benham, Douglass, livery, chapin.
BENHAM, G. GRANGER, (Hopewell,) far-
mer 100.

Benham, Thos., (Hopewell,) farmer 123.
Bennett, H. F., physician, Court.
Bennett, John, farmer 46.

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Bennett, Theodore N., watches and jewelry, 198 Main.

Bennett, Thos. F., lawyer.
BENSON, JAMES, farmer 134.
Benson, Peter O., farmer 70.
BENSON, THOS., farmer 20.

Berjon, Mlle. J., teacher Ontario Female

Seminary, and Canandaigua Academy. Berry, M., harness and trunks, Main. Billings, Bordwell, (W. & B. Billings.) Billings, Wm., (W. & B. Billings.) Billings, W. & B., (Wm. and Bordwell,) blacksmiths, Chapel.

Binks, Wm. H., hair dresser, 197 Main. Birdsey, E. P. (Hopewell,) farmer 128. BLAIR, BURTON H., vine raiser and farmer 7.

BLAIR, JAMES, farmer 90.

Brown & Friend, (Henry Brown and

Friend,) ready made clothing, 133
Main.

Brown, Henry, (Brown and Friend.)
Brown, Jacob, (P. O. address, Newburg,
Orange Co.,) farmer 95.
BROWN, JOHN, farmer 110.
BROWN, THOMAS F., commission mer-
chant, 135 Main, owns farm 3.
Browning, John N., (Browning & McKech-
nie.)

BROWNING & McKECHNIE (John N.
Browning and Wm. S. McKechnie,)
grocers and liquor dealers, cor. Main &
Chapel.

Brundridge, A. G., (Hopewell,) farmer 50. Brundridge, Geo., (Hopewell,) farmer 100. Brundridge, Joseph W., (Hopewell,) farmer

115.

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CALLESTER, JOHN, lawyer, Main, owns farm 378.

Camp, Curtis, (Farmington,) thresher and farmer 40.

Camp, Henry, (Farmington,) farmer 40. Camp, John, (Farmington,) farmer 16. *CANANDAIGUA ACADEMY, Noah T.

Clark, A. M., principal; Chas. S. Halsey, A. M., associate principal; Rev. C. S. Leffingwell, teacher of rhetoric and elocution; Edmund Clarke, teacher of English branches, algebra, &c.; MHe: J. Berjon, teacher of French; Geo. J. Chadwick, teacher of piano; Amos A. Keihle, teacher of primary department and gymnastics; Wm. C. Potter, teacher of drawing.

Canandaigua Gas Light Co., Allen Wood, superintendent.

Blakely, M. J., restaurant, basement 174 Canandaigua Hotel, L. B. & W. P. Gunn,

Main.

Blank, Samuel, owns farm 105.

Blessner, Mrs. Elizabeth, teacher Ontario Female Seminary.

Blessner, Gustave, teacher Ontario Female
Seminary.

Booth, George, farmer, leases 135.
Booth, John E., farmer 174.
Boswell, Daniel, painter.

Botum, Chas. L., (Hopewell,) farmer 73.
Boyd, John, farmer 30
Boyel, John, carpenter.
Boyel, Joseph, carpenter.
Bradt, Wm., cartman.

BRANDT, SAMUEL, (Farmington,) farmer 154.

Brigham Hall Lunatic Asylum, Dr. Geo. Cook, treasurer.

BROCKELBANK, WALTER S., farmer

92.

BROOKS, HENRY, farmer 50.
BROWN, ASAHEL A., groceries &c., 153
Main.

proprietors.

CANFIELD, WALTER N., farmer 170.
Carman, M, R., (Coleman & Carman.)
Carrington, John, farmer 5.
Carroll, Matthew, owns farm 35.
Carson, M. R., physician,

Case, David F., (Hopewell,) farmer 200.
CASE, HIRAM, farmer 62."

Case, Richmond, (Hopewell,) farmer 103.
Cassort, Chas., farmer 175.

CASSORT, CHAS. 2d, farmer 107.
Cassort, Frederick, farmer, leases 90.
Cassort, James, (Hopewell,) farmer 156.
CASSORT, MARY, MISS, milliner, 167

Main.

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D. W. BAIRD.

26 & 28 CASTLE STREET, GENEVA, N. Y.
Keeps constantly on hand and manufactures to order

LIGHT CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Shifting Top and Open Buggies, Elliptic and Platform Spring Family and Business
Wagons, Light Road and Skeleton Wagons, Road and Track Sulkies,

OUTTERS, SLEIGHS, &O.

The experience of fifteen years in the manufacture of Light Work, and the reputation for durability which it has acquired, is a sufficient guarantee to the public of its superiority. Having enlarged my business, and giving to it my undivided attention, it will be to the advantage those wishing Carriages to give me a call, and examine materials & workmanship

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Barber Shop and Shampooing Rooms,

LOUIS ZIMMERMAN'S

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y.

ALSO DEALER IN

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

Gents' Furnishing Goods

HAIR OILS, COLOGNES.

A large assortment of

market. Such as the Jockey Club, Night Blooming Cereus, and all other popular brands in the

PERFUMERY,

Remember the Place

Webster House Block.

Chadwick & Lewis, (Geo. J. Chadwick and Erastus B. Lewis,) music dealers, Main. *CHAMBERLAIN, FRANK O., proprietor Webster House, west side Main; proprietor stage route between Canandaigua, Rushville and Naples, semi-daily, and owns farm 8.

CHAPIN, CHAS., (Hopewell,) farmer 100.
Chapin, Geo. B., (Chapin & Tate.)
Chapin & Tate, (Geo. B. Chapin and Ste-
phen H. Tate,) liquor deafers 128 Main.
Chapin, Mrs. Laurania, farmer 20.
Chapin, Thaddeus, owns farm 38.
CHASE, HOMER, farmer 268.

Cheeney, W. Fitch, physician.

Chesebro, Henry O., lawyer, Main.

Croaker, Jonathan, farmer 67. CROOKER, MARTIN T., farmer, leases 140. CROSBY, J. CUYLER, deputy postmaster. CROSS, EDWARD, (Hopewell,) farmer 110.

Cross, Judson J., (G. W. Combs & Co.)
Crowly, John, flour and feed store, 200
Main, owns farm 32.

Cullen, Richard, carpenter.
Daggett, O. E., Rev., Congregational cler-

gyman.

Daggett, Mrs. O. E., directress Ontario Or-
phan Asylum.

Daily, Elizabeth M, Mrs., milliner, over
Ontario Bank, Main.

Chesebro, Henry O., (South Bristol,) law- Daily, John, carpenter.
yer and vine raiser.

Christian, Asbury, farmer 300.

DANZIGER, N., dealer in ready made clothing, 160 Main.

Clark, Miss, teacher Ontario Female Semi- Debow, Ansel, farmer 93.

nary.

Clark, John, farmer 93.

Clark, Miss Z. A., treasurer Ontario Orphan Asylum.

Clarke, Edmund, teacher Canandaigua Academy.

Clarke, Noah T., A. M., principal Canan-
daigua Academy.
CLOHECY, PATRICK, farmer 3.
Claudius, Charles, tobacconist.

Cross, Judson J., (G. W. Combs & Co.)
Coe, John S., lawyer and notary public,
No. 1 Atwater Hall.

Coe, Wm. W., insurance and real estate
agent, No. 1 Atwater Hall.
Coleman, A. G., (Coleman & Carman.)
*COLEMAN & CARMAN, (A. G Coleman
and M. R. Carman,) dentists, office
north of Court House.
Collins, James, farmer 95.

Combs, Geo. W., (G. W. Combs & Co.)
*COMBS, G. W. &. CO., (Geo. W. Combs,
Judson J. Cross and Charles W. Hoff
man,) spoke and hub factory, foot of
Main.

CONNALL, MICHAEL, farmer 15.
Cook, Corydon P., (Cook, Van Tyne & Co.)
Cook, Col, Robert D., (South Bristol,) vine
raiser and farmer 80.

Cook, Geo., president First National Bank of Canandaigua.

Cook, Mrs. Geo., president Ontario Orphan Asylum.

Cook, Van Tyne & Co., (Corydon P. Cook,
Henry K. Van Tyne and Clinton C.
Backus,) carriage manufacturers, Be-
mis.

COOLEY, ALBERT B., farmer 190.
Cooley, Francis M., farmer 68,
COOLEY, JOHN B., farmer 351.
Cooley, James S., agricultural implements,
161 Main.

Cooley, Nathaniel N., farmer 80.
CORSON, OSCAR H., agent U. S. Express
Co., cor. Main and Chapin.
COVEL, THOS. J., (South Bristol,) farmer

40.

COY, CHARLES, assistant assessor internal rev., harness and trunks, 157 Main. Coughlin, Jerry, cartman. Crandall, Chas. E., blacksmith. *CRANE, OSCAR N., undertaker, office & rooms, 116 Main.

CRITTENDEN, OREN E., farmer 120.

DeBow, Gerrit, (Farmington,) retired farmer 155.

DeBow, James C., (Farmington,) farmer 85, and leases 155.

Decker, Frances, Miss, (Mrs. B. H. Ackley & Co.)

DECKER, JOHN J., blacksmith 102 Main.
Dennis, Rowland H., farmer 10.
DENTON, MARTIN C., farmer 117.
DEPEW, JOHN, (Hopewell,) farmer 135.
Donivon, Kitty T., (Kinyon & Donivon.)
Douglass, Samuel, farmer 70.
Downing, W., paint shop, Coy.
*DRAPER, J. C., president of village,
dealer in dress goods and carpets, 162

Main.

Drury, Leander M., lawyer, Court.
Dugan, John, (Dugan & Sprauge.)
Dugan & Sprauge, (John Dugan and Lem-

uel Sprauge,) merchant tailors and
clothiers, 155 Main.

Dunkle, Geo., (Hopewell,) farmer 100. Dunlap, John, hotel proprietor, cor. Main and Buffalo.

Durand, Burrett, farmer 181.
Durand, Elias, farmer 300.
Durand, Luman M., farmer 180.
Durand, Rufus, farmer 225.
Durand, Wm., farmer 159.

EARL, JOHN, proprietor Union House, foot Main.

Early, Daniel, farmer 80. Edmonston, Ó., ticket agent for all western roads,

*EHRLICH, LOUIS A., dry goods, 170 Main.

Eighmy, Henry H., baggage master, N. Y. C. R. R.

Eighmy, Henry H., Mrs., dress and cloak maker, Phenix.

Eldridge, Austin, (Hopewell,) farmer 36. Eldridge, Austin, horse farrier, Chapin. Eldridge & Richardson, (Wm. B. Eldridge and Henry Richardson,) meat market, 124 Main.

Eldridge, Wm. B., (Eldridge & Richardson.)

Ellis, Albion, (A. & W. H. Ellis.) Ellis, A. & W. H., (Albion and Wm. H. jr.,) builders, shop, Coy.

Ellis, D. B. carpenter.

Ellis, James A., gunsmith, 117 Main. *ELLIS, WALTER H., watches and jewelry, 163 Main.

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