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WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN

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PROVISIONS

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Gunn, L. B. and W. P., (Lucius B. and W.
Porter,) proprietors of Canandaigua
Hotel, own farms 100.

Gunn. W. Porter, (L. B. and W. P. Gunn.)
GUNNISON LEVI B., farmer 88.
HADLEY, CHARLES W., hair dresser 198
Main, owns vineyard 20.
HAIRE, JAMES, farmer 100.

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Halsey, Chas. S., A. M., associate principal Hudon, Oliver, (Hudon & Griffith.)

Canandaigua Academy.

Hanna, John J., farmer 500.
Harrington, John, farmer 5.
Hart, T. E., owns farm 75..

HATHAWAY, EDGAR, farmer, leases 170.
Hawley, Asa, (Pierson & Hawley.)
*HAWLEY, JAMES A., M. D., eclectic
physician.

*HAWLEY, JOHN W., manufacturer of agricultural implements, 111 Main. Hayes, J. Byron, physician. HAYTON, WM., harness and trunks, 169 Main.

*HEMENWAY, AVERY, lawyer and justice of the peace, Atwater Hall, Main. Henesy, Bridget, Mrs., boarding house, 94 Main.

Herbert, A. C., meat market.
Herrington, Earl P., carpenter and farmer
15.

Herrington, Elijah, farmer 120.
Herron, David, (Herron & Hubbell.)
Herron, Frank, Miss, music teacher.
Herron & Hubbell, (David Herron and
Walter S. Hubbell,) lawyers, No. 5 At-
water Hall.

Herron, Joseph, lawyer over 102 Main.
Hibbard, F. G., Rev., M. E. clergyman.
Hickey, James, carpenter.
Hickox, Geo., farmer 202.
Hickox, Geo. S., farmer 115.
HICKOX, HENRY B., farmer 71.
Hickox, James S., farmer 71.

HICKS, EDWIN, lawyer and dist. attor

ney.

Hicks, James E., (Mattice & Hicks.)
Hicks, Stephen C., constable.
HICKS, WM. H., (South Bristol,) farmer
106.

Hill, Abraham, boots and shoes, 185 Main.
HILL, FRANCIS A., (Hopewell,) overseer
of County Poor House.
Hill, R., watches and jewelry, 140 Main.
Hills, Frederick D., (Willis & Hills.)
Hillman, Reuben, (Hopewell,) saw mill, car-
penter and farmer 5.

Hinman, Gertrude, Miss, music teacher, cor.
Main & Gorham.
Hitchcock, Muson, farmer 97.
Hodgson, Samuel, farmer 63.

Hoff, John, boots and shoes, 109 Main.
Hoffman, Chas. W., (G. W. Combs & Co.)
Holcomb, James S., paint shop, Coy.
Holloran, Thos., farmer 45.
Holmes, Mrs., recording secretary Ontario
Orphan Asylum.
*HOLMES, E. B., homeopathic physician,
Town Hall, residence 20 Bristol.
Holmes, E. S. Mrs., (Holmes & Jackson.)
Holmes & Jackson, (Mrs. E. S. Holmes and
Miss J. W. Jackson,) residence Main,
own farm 30.

Hopkins, Melford, farmer 168.
Hough, Richard, (estate,) farm 137.
Howell, Alexander H., lawyer and justice
of the peace, Hubbell Block.

HUDSON & BROTHER, (Miller B. and
Jacob G.,) stove dealers, 110 Main.
Hudson, Jacob G., (Hudson & Bro.)
Hudson, Miller B., (Hudson & Bro.)
Hunn, Nathan S., farmer 300.
Ingraham, Martin, cartman.
Jackson, J. W., Miss, (Holmes & Jackson.)
Jackson, Seymour H., owns farm 100.
JAHN, JOSEPH, undertaker and cabinet
ware rooms, 108 Main.

Jansen, A. & Co., (Arend Jansen and Ma-
ry J. Seymour) dealers in groceries
and fancy goods, cor. Main & Chapin.
Jansen, Arend, (A. Jansen & Co.)
Jewett, Dr. H., allop. physician and lectur-
er on physiology, Ontario Female Sem-
inary.

JOBSON, CHAS., job printing office, 2nd story Bemis Block.

Johnson, A. B., (Hopewell,) farmer 57. Johnson, A. L., (Hopewell,) carpenter and farmer 10.

JOHNSON. CHAS. P., farmer 188. Johnson, Daniel C., carriage maker, Chapel.

Johnson, John, lumber yard, R. R. Ave

nue.

Johnson, Robert E., farmer 145.

JOHNSON, MRS. SEYMOUR V. R., farmer 140.

Jones, Sarah A., teacher Ontario Female Seminary.

Jones, Solomon, ticket agent and telegraph operator Northern C. R. W.

Judivire, Wm., superintendent of highways
owns 59 acres in village and farmer 147.
Kane, James, farmer 68.
Kavany, Patrick, farmer 30.
KEAR, JOHN, farmer, leases 187.
Keihle, Amos A., teacher Canandaigua
Academy.

Kelly, S. J., (Hopewell,) farmer 11.
King, Hugh, builder, shop Chapin.
King, John, carpenter.
Kinsman, Nelson, farmer 106.
KINYON & DONIVON, (Mrs. E. A. Kin-

yon and Miss Kittie T. Donivon,) ladies hair dressing room, over 194 Main. Kinyon, E. A., Mrs., (Kinyon & Donivon.) Kitchel, Lewis, carriage maker, Main. Lamport, Albert G., (P. Lamport & Son.) Lamport, Polly, Mrs., (P. Lamport & Son.) LAMPORT, P. & SON, (Mrs. Polly and Al

bert G..) iron foundry, Clark. Lamport, Wm. H., owns farm 40. LAPHAM & ADAMS, (E. G. Lapham and

Wm. H. Adams,) lawyers, 7 and 8 At-
water Block.

Lapham, E. G., (Lapham & Adams.)
Latting, Henry D., (Hopewell,) farmer 40.
Lawrence, T. A., auctioneer.
Lee, Mrs. Polly, farmer 115.

Lefever, Daniel, (Lefever & Sheldon.)
LEFEVER & SHELDON, (Daniel Lefever

and Levi T. Sheldon,)groceries and liquors, Main.

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WOODEN WARE,

FOREIGN & DOMESTIC

FRUITS AND NUTS,

CANNED FRUITS AND JELLY,

KEROSENE, PETROLEUM, FLUIDS, LUBRICATING AND CRUDE OILS.

CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.

GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE.

NO. 34 SENECA ST., COR. LINDON,

GENEVA,

N. Y.

Gunn, L. B. and W. P., (Lucius B. and W.

Porter,) proprietors of Canandaigua
Hotel, own farms 100.

Gunn. W. Porter, (L. B. and W. P. Gunn.)
GUNNISON LEVI B., farmer 88.
HADLEY, CHARLES W., hair dresser 198
Main, owns vineyard 20.
HAIRE, JAMES, farmer 100.

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Halsey, Chas. S., A. M., associate principal Hudon, Oliver, (Hudon & Griffith.)

Canandaigua Academy. Hanna, John J., farmer 500. Harrington, John, farmer 5. Hart, T. E., owns farm 75..

HATHAWAY, EDGAR, farmer, leases 170. Hawley, Asa, (Pierson & Hawley.) *HAWLEY, JAMES A., M. D., eclectic physician.

*HAWLEY, JOHN W., manufacturer of agricultural implements, 111 Main. Hayes, J. Byron, physician. HAYTON, WM., harness and trunks, 169 Main.

*HEMENWAY, AVERY, lawyer and justice of the peace, Atwater Hall, Main. Henesy, Bridget, Mrs., boarding house, 94

Main.

Herbert, A. C., meat market.
Herrington, Earl P., carpenter and farmer

15.

Herrington, Elijah, farmer 120.
Herron, David, (Herron & Hubbell.)
Herron, Frank, Miss, music teacher.
Herron & Hubbell, (David Herron and
Walter S. Hubbell,) lawyers, No. 5 At-
water Hall.

Herron, Joseph, lawyer over 102 Main.
Hibbard, F. G., Rev., M. E. clergyman.
Hickey, James, carpenter.
Hickox, Geo., farmer 202.
Hickox, Geo. S., farmer 115.
HICKOX, HENRY B., farmer 71.
Hickox, James S., farmer 71.

HICKS, EDWIN, lawyer and dist. attorney.

Hicks, James E., (Mattice & Hicks.)
Hicks, Stephen C., constable.

HICKS, WM. H., (South Bristol,) farmer 106.

Hill, Abraham, boots and shoes, 185 Main.
HILL County Poor House.
FRANCIS A., (Hopewell,) overseer

of Hill, R., watches and jewelry, 140 Main. Hills, Frederick D., (Willis & Hills.) Hillman, Reuben, (Hopewell,) saw mill, carpenter and farmer 5.

Hinman, Gertrude, Miss, music teacher, cor.
Main & Gorham.
Hitchcock, Muson, farmer 97.
Hodgson, Samuel, farmer 63.
Hoff, John, boots and shoes, 109 Main.
Hoffman, Chas. W., (G. W. Combs & Co.)
Holcomb, James S., paint shop, Coy.
Holloran, Thos., farmer 45.
Holmes, Mrs., recording secretary Ontario
Orphan Asylum.
*HOLMES, E. B., homeopathic physician,
Town Hall, residence 20 Bristol.
Holmes, E. S. Mrs., (Holmes & Jackson.)
Holmes & Jackson, (Mrs. E. S. Holmes and
Miss J. W. Jackson,) residence Main,
own farm 30.

Hopkins, Melford, farmer 163.
Hough, Richard, (estate,) farm 137.
Howell, Alexander H., lawyer and justice
of the peace, Hubbell Block.

HUDSON & BROTHER, (Miller B. and

Jacob G.,) stove dealers, 110 Main. Hudson, Jacob G., (Hudson & Bro.) Hudson, Miller B., (Hudson & Bro.) Hunn, Nathan S., farmer 300. Ingraham, Martin, cartman. Jackson, J. W., Miss, (Holmes & Jackson.) Jackson, Seymour H., owns farm 100. JAHN, JOSEPH, undertaker and cabinet ware rooms, 108 Main.

Jansen, A. & Co., (Arend Jansen and Ma

ry J. Seymour) dealers in groceries and fancy goods, cor. Main & Chapin. Jansen, Arend, (A. Jansen & Co.) Jewett, Dr. H., allop. physician and lecturer on physiology, Ontario Female Seminary.

JOBSON, CHAS., job printing office, 2nd story Bemis Block."

Johnson, A. B., (Hopewell,) farmer 57. Johnson, A. L., (Hopewell,) carpenter and

farmer 10.

JOHNSON. CHAS. P., farmer 188. Johnson, Daniel C., carriage maker, Chapel.

Johnson, John, lumber yard, R. R. Ave

nue.

Johnson, Robert E., farmer 145.

JOHNSON, MRS. SEYMOUR V. R., farmer 140.

Jones, Sarah A., teacher Ontario Female
Seminary.

Jones, Solomon, ticket agent and telegraph
operator Northern C. R. W.
Judivire, Wm., superintendent of highways
owns 59 acres in village and farmer 147.
Kane, James, farmer 68.
Kavany, Patrick, farmer 30.
KEAR, JOHN, farmer, leases 187.
Keihle, Amos A., teacher Canandaigua
Academy.

Kelly, S. J., (Hopewell,) farmer 11.
King, Hugh, builder, shop Chapin.
King, John, carpenter.
Kinsman, Nelson, farmer 106.
KINYON & DONIVON, (Mrs. E. A. Kin-

yon and Miss Kittie T. Donivon,) ladies hair dressing room, over 194 Main. Kinyon, E. A., Mrs., (Kinyon & Donivon.) Kitchel, Lewis, carriage maker, Main. Lamport, Albert G., (P. Lamport & Son.) Lamport, Polly, Mrs., (P. Lamport & Son.) LAMPORT, P. & SON, (Mrs. Polly and Al

bert G.,) iron foundry, Clark. Lamport, Wm. H., owns farm 40. LAPHAM & ADAMS, (E. G. Lapham and

Wm. H. Adams,) lawyers, 7 and 8 At-
water Block.

Lapham, E. G., (Lapham & Adams.)
Latting, Henry D., (Hopewell,) farmer 40.
Lawrence, T. A., auctioneer.
Lee, Mrs. Polly, farmer 115.

Lefever, Daniel, (Lefever & Sheldon.)
LEFEVER & SHELDON, (Daniel Lefever

and Levi T. Sheldon,)groceries and liquors, Main.

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PAIN EXTERMINATOR I

AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY

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LORENZO SACKETT.

Johnstown, Sept. 3, 1861.

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