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THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT

OF THE AGE.

Having purchased the Right of ONTARIO COUNTY, to manufacture

W.H.Kelly's Cultivator,

I am now prepared to furnish this much desired implement for cultivating the soil, and one that I think will supply the wants of the farming public.

This CULTIVATOR is constructed with five small shovel teeth, with cast iron shanks and steel reversible points; so arranged that when one end gets worn, reverse them and you have a New Cultivator; all fastened together with bolts and nuts with large washers, so that no rain nor wet can get into the timber. Also two large wings for hilling purposes, with cast iron shanks and steel points eleven inches broad, and so arranged that you can set them deep or shallow, as occasion may require. One wing sets a little forward of the other, and it will be seen at once that it will not choke up, like the common shovel plow. It runs steady, holds easy, and cuts up everything in its course, and works to a charm. It answers the double purpose of a Cultivator and Shovel Plow; the wings fasten on the center beam with clasps, bolts and nuts.

Farmers, Nurserymen, Hop-Growers, Gardeners, GrapeGrowers and Tobacco-Growers!

You will find it for your interest to use this Cultivator in preference to any other now in use.

THIS INVENTION AND COMBINATION WAS PATENTED 1862-3.

DIRECTIONS FOR USING:

For the first time hoeing or weeding use the five small diamond pointed teeth, as directed above; make it any desirable width by means of a nut in the center of the spreader. For the last time hoeing, and wherever a hill is desired, take off the two rear teeth from the outer beams and put the two large wings on the centre beam, placing one a little forward of the other.

LOG, CHAIN, IRON AND STONE PUMPS,

SAW FILING AND GUMING,

Also the SQUARE TOOTH HAY RAKES, the best in use.

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE.

JOHN W. HAWLEY,

CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.

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All of my work is done in the best manner, and combines LIGHTNESS and ELEGANCE with

STRENGTH AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP.

REPAIRING

Of all kinds promptly executed, and in the best possible manner.

CORNER OF CASTLE AND GENESEE STREETS,

GENEVA,

N. Y.

CALL AND EXAMINE STYLES AND QUALITY OF WORKMANSHIP BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.

MANCHESTER.

The post office addresses of the residents of the town of Manchester are Clifton Springs, Manchester, Manchester Center, Port Gibson and Shortsville, in the town: Canandaigua, Farmington and Gypsum in adjoining towns; and Newark and Palmyra, Wayne County.

CLIFTON SPRINGS.

A flourishing village and station on the New York Central Railroad,(Auburn Road) noted for its celebrated Sulphur Springs, and extensive Water and Air Cure establishments. Population about 450. Daily mail, east and west by railroad, and by stage to Gypsum and Orleans.

AMERICAN HOTEL, James Moor, proprietor.

Andrews, E. A., Mrs., matron Clifton
Springs Water Cure.
Ansberger, Jacob, farmer 125.
Ansberger, Thomas, farmer.
Archer, Dennis C., farmer 126.
Archer, Ephraim, farmer 11%.
ARCHER, WATSON W., M. D., allop.
physician.

Balcom, Mary, Miss, boarding house.
Baldwin, D. A., M. D., physician Clifton
Air Cure.

Baggerly, Everett, retired farmer.
Baggerly, Harrison, farmer 110.
Baggerly, Mattie, school teacher.
Baggerly, Robert J., (Hopewell,)
117.

Ballu, Henrietta, Miss, milliner.
Bassendorf, Frank, billiard saloon.
Beden, John, farmer 32.

farmer

Beggarley, Barlow, (Phelps,) farmer 95. Bement, Wm. E., farmer leases 104. Bement, William, farmer leases 104. Benham, Sylvester, veterinary surgeon. Blanchard, J. B., (Robinson & Blanchard.) Bostwick, William S., (Phelps,) farmer

100.

BRADT, WILLIAM F., carpenter.
Brady, James, teamster of Water Cure.
Bridlin, Edward R., (Hopewell,) farmer
leases 180.

Brown, Fanny, Mrs., boarding house."
BUNNELL, CHARLES W., carriage mak-

er.

Burtram, John, (Phelps,) farmer 5.

Caldwell, James H., (Parsons & Caldwell.) Caldwell, Murray, (with Wm. Rockefeller,) farmer.

CALDWELL, WILLIAM, druggist and variety store.

CARR, WILLIAM P., town assessor and boarding house,

Case, Reese, patent roofing. CLIFTON AIR CURE, Jesse Cost, president; L. B. Ferguson, sec'y and treas.; W. F. Russell and P. T. Ware, managers; D. A. Baldwin, M. D., physician in charge.

CLIFTON SPRINGS WATER CURE, Henry Foster, M. D., proprietor and principal physician; P. H. Hayes, M. D., P. D. Peltier, M. D., Miss R. T. Speakman, M. D., Miss Mary Dunbar, M. D., assistant physicians; Wm. Foster, financial steward; Geo. F. Coates, house superintendent; C. L. Judd, superintendent of grounds, &c.; C. B. Linton, clerk; Mrs. Cornelia Thorpe and Mrs. E. A. Andrews, matrons; Miss H. E. Wells, gymnast.

Coates, Geo. F., house superintendent Clifton Springs Water Cure.

COATES, IRVING W., (Hopewell,) farmer 90.

Coates, James F., farmer 100.

COATES, JOSHUA R., (Hopewell,) farmer 180.

Coates, J. T. J., (Hopewell,) farmer 125.
COATES, WM. H., farmer leases 125.
COOKE, WILLIAM H., tailor.
Cooley, Justus, farmer 1.

Cooper, Samuel W., farmer leases 168.
Copeman, Edwin, farmer.

COPEMAN, JOHN R., farmer leases 125.
Copeman, Sylvester, farmer.

COPP & PHILLIPS, dealers in boots and shoes and groceries.

Cost, esse, president Clifton Air Cure.
Cost, John, (Phelps,) farmer 94.

Covell, Mildred S., Mrs., (Phelps,) farmer

3.

COX, WILLIAM, farmer 32. CRUTTENDEN, ALBERT G., M. D., allo. physician.

Curtis, Geo. F., carpenter.
Curtis, Samuel S., carpenter.
Dailey, John, farmer leases 50.
Devereaux, Edward, gardener.
Dewey, Edmund B., farmer 157.
DEWEY, SILAS J., boots and shoes.
Dunbar, Mary, Miss, M. D., assistant phy-
sician Clifton Springs Water Cure.
DURKEE, CHARLES D., (with R. R. San-
ger) farmer.

DURKEE, DANIEL S., farmer leases 63.
EDSON, W. B., REV., rector of St. John's

Church, Phelps, and pastor of the Episcopal Mission, Clifton Springs. Ferguson, L. B., sec'y and treas. Clifton Air Cure.

Ferguson, Levi B., solicitor and farmer 27. Fitzgerald, Evan, farmer 1.

Forshay, Abraham, (Hopewell,) farmer 100.
Foster, Henry, M. D., proprietor Clifton
Springs Water Cure.

Foster, William, farmer 96.
Foster, Wm., financial steward, Clifton
Springs Water Cure.
Fox, Wm. H., carpenter and joiner.

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GRAVE STONES, FURNITURE TOPS, Shelves and Mantles,

FROM THE BEST AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE,

East side of Franklin Street, WATKINS, N. Y., Also Water Street, GENEVA, N. Y.

Every description of work in our line, from the smallest paper holder to the largest and most elaborately carved

MONUMENT,

Done with neatness and despatch. Orders respectfully solicited from all sections of the country, and satisfaction warranted in BOTH PRICE AND QUALITY.

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