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Baker, E. M. Mrs., Canandaigua...........176 Garretts & Beard, Syracuse...

Underhill, Dorchester & Bro., Geneva.....136 Fraser, J. & Co., Rochester and Buffalo....190

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SYRACUSE

BOOK BINDERY.

JACOB H. MILLER

Respectfully informs Printers, Publishers and the public generally, that he is prepared to execute all styles of

BOOK-BINDING

IN THE BEST MANNER, ON SHORT NOTICE, AND AT LOW RATES.

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTURED TO ORDER.

Music, Magazines, Newspapers, &c.,

Bound in every style of the art. Particular attention paid to First Class

RULING

In all its branches, Old books re-bound neatly and substantially. In short,

EVERY BRANCH OF WORK

Connected with the business, done in the best manner, and at reasonable prices.

Orders Solicited, and Promptness and Satisfaction Guaranteed.

JOURNAL BUILDING,

23 & 24 WASHINGTON ST.,

SYRACUSE, N. Y.

E. G. Cone, dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Stone, Willow, and Wooden ware, Fruits, Nuts, &c., at 34 Seneca street, Geneva, publishes a very attractive card on page 126. The "Chinaman," at the top of the page is symbolical of the purity of his teas; (call at his store and see the veritable man, himself;) farther down in the page is to be found a picture of an assortment of Wooden ware. These articles are all warranted to be made of superior material and well put together. At the bottom of the page we see Mr. Cone's "Grocery Express Wagon," loaded with all manner of goods in his line, for customers; an every day scene in the streets of Geneva.

Finally, we would recommend Mr. Cone, as a "live groceryman," who keeps constantly supplied with good goods, a full assortment, at the lowest market prices. Go and patronize him.

The Geneva Courier, now published by R. L. Adams & Son, at Geneva, was established in 1830, by John C. Merrill. It has since passed through several hands. It was published as a daily paper for a few months in 1845-46. The present proprietors purchased the establishment in September of last year, since which time they have added new material and presses, making it one of the best offices in Western New York. Their motive power is an improved caloric or hot air engine, which together with their other facilities enable them to execute the neatest and most difficult styles of job printing. During the present summer, the Messrs. Adams have commenced the publication of a Monthly Magazine, entitled, "The Busy World." It is chiefly devoted to literary articles, miscellaneous matter and advertising. The enterprise is meritorious, and if the citizens of Ontario County follow their best interest, Smith's Drug Store, at Geneva, it will receive a very liberal patronage. has become one of the most popular stores In speaking of "The Busy World," we of its kind in Western New York. The must not forget to also notice the advanta proprietor, Willard N. Smith, Esq., under-ges presented to advertisers in the columns stands just how to conduct his business to the entire satisfaction of his customers. For more than thirty years, this establish ment has supplied the good people of Geneva, and to a large extent the citizens of Ontario and Seneca counties, with Druge and Medicines. In addition to the Drug business, Mr. Smith has the agency of the celebrated Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines; the only one we believe to which was awarded the gold medal at the Paris Exposition.

He also represents the Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New York. This company has a cash capital of $22,000,000, and is the heaviest company in America. Another important feature in Mr. Smith's business, is his connection with the Great United States Tea Company, for which he is the exclusive agent in this section. Everybody is, or should be acquainted with the advantages offered by this Company. We would recommend a personal visit to Mr. Smith's store, where particulars may be more fully explained. See card, page 117.

Garretts & Beard, Successors to the firm of J. & F. B. Garrett, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Printing, Writing, Wrapping, Tissue, Roll and Fancy Papers, Printers Supplies, Shipping Cards, Blank Books, &c., at No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse, have built up a heavy trade in their line, extending from Harrisburgh, in Pennsylvania, to the Canadian border. We have dealt considerably with this establishment, and have invariably been gratified in having our orders promptly filled, and always with just the article required. See card, page 206.

John C. Draper, Dry Goods dealer at Canandaigua, advertises on page 20. His stock is large and comprised of all grades of goods suited to the tastes and wants of his customers. The finest articles of Lace, Silk, Worsted, Woolen, Linen or Cotton goods, or the more common grades, may be found at his store at the lowest prices.

of the "Courier," whose well-filled pages find a welcome place in the homes of its large list of subscribers. Success and long life say we to the Geneva Courier. See advertisement, page 164.

Falls, publish a card on page 176. They are Dr. G. T. Taft & Co., of Seneca proprietors and manufacturers of the celebrated "Oriental Syrup," "Balm of Gilead Ointment," &c. We would call especial attention to their card; by so doing, many suffering ones may discover the means whereby they may be relieved from much pain.

International Hotel, Geneva. This house under the management of H. L. Suydam, the gentlemanly proprietor, has become a favorite resort for travelers. The rooms are neat and clean, and "mine host" looks after the cravings of the inner man, with commendable generosity. Call at the International when you visit Geneva. See card, page 172.

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J. S. Robinson, Proprietor of the Canandaigua Iron Foundry and Machine Works," publishes a card on page 3. Mr. R, is largely engaged in the manufacture of Agricultural Implements, Mill Gearing, Steam Engines and Machinery generally. His large and successful experience should entitle him to the custom of many new patrons. He advertises to do work promptly and at reasonable prices.

Smith & Gaylord, Carpenters and Builders, at Geneva, are prepared to take jobs for building of all kinds. They are the oldest firm in their line of business in Geneva, and their long and large experience warrants us in recommending them to the notice of all who desire the services of competent and responsible parties. Messrs. S. & G. are also agents for "Bradstreet's Rubber Moulding," for excluding cold and dust; a profitable addi tion to every house. See card, page 196.

NEW DINING SALOON,

AND CONFECTIONERY,

CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.

The subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Canandaigua, that he has rented the building known as

MAXWELL'S INN,

In Hubbell's Block, west side Main street,

Which he has fitted up for a Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dining Room and Confectionery, where he will keep on hand

FRUITS, NUTS & GANDIES,

OF EVERY VARIETY IN THEIR SEASON.

WARM MEALS

Served up at all hours, and in the best manner. Boarders by the day or week accommodated on the most reasonable terms. Every effort will be made to please customers, and to make this what we have so long needed, a First Class Dining Saloon. Ladies' Entrance, Second Door on Chapin Street.

T. C. TOWNSEND.

W. T. SWART, M. D.,

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,

OFFICE, MAIN STREET, HADLEY'S BLOCK.
Residence, Main St., a few doors above Chapel St.,

CANANDAIGUA,

N. Y.

OFFICE HOURS 9 to 11 A. M., and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M.

DR. J. B. VOAK,

(SUCCESSOR TO DR. O. S. WOOD.)

HOMEOPATHIST,

Office and Residence in Bemis Block, CANANDAIGUA,

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A. H. Matson, Dealer in Music and Musical Instruments, at Geneva, publishes a card on page 206. He is exclusive agent in this section for several of the most celebrated instruments in this country. He pays particular attention to tuning and repairing. We advise those in want of musical merchandise, to call at Mr. Matson's rooms in Linden Hall Block.

His

T. C. Townsend, at Canandaigua, keeps the Restaurant and Confectionery, cor. of Main and Chapin streets. rooms are pleasantly fitted np, and he takes pride in serving his customers with oysters, Fish, Foul, Game &c., of the best qualities, and in the best style, in their seasons. See card, page 18.

H. M. Boardman, near Rushville, in the town of Gorham, is a breeder of pure Spanish Merino Sheep. We would advise those wanting to improve their stock to purchase of him. Mr. B. also grows Grape vines quite extensively, and will supply those in want of them on favorable terms. See card, page 208.

Anson Titus & Son, Plow makers at Phelps, advertise on page 238. For more than 30 years this establishment has been noted for the excellence of its manutactures. They make Plows a speciality, | and have, by the combination of the best points in all others, produced a Plow that seems as near perfection as it would appear possible to produce. Farmers will undoubtedly find it to their interest to choose from their large variety and styles.

J. W. Smith & Co., Dealers in Dry Goods, Carpetings &c., at 28 Seneca street, Geneva, have built up a large and successfnl business. Their store is one of the largest in Western New York, and is at all seasons of the year kept stocked with full lines of all fashionable Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, which they offer at the lowest prices. A visit to their store will fully satisfy the purchaser, who will receive every attention from the gentlemanly proprietors and their attentive salesmen. We would call the special notice of those about to furnish or refurnish their houses to their rich stock of Embroideries, Lace Curtains, Elegant Carpetings, Oil Cloths and House keeping goods generally. See their advertisement page 201.

The Syracuse Business College, under the management of J. H. Warren & Co., is one of the Bryant & Stratton "chain" of Colleges, and has been eminently successful in fitting young men for conducting business successfully. For further information we would advise the reader to peruse their advertisement on page 203.

B. F. Webster, Liveryman at Geneva, publishes a card on page 202. He has recently purchased, at great expense, a splendid hack, which, together with numerous other first class rigs, with horses to match, renders this establishment a favorite one with pleasure seekers or travelers.

W.T. Swart, Physician and Surgeon at Canandaigua. See card, page 18.

The Ontario Citizen, now published by A. V. Cooper, was started at Vienna, (now Phelps,) in January 1831, by C. H. Lowre, and A. Kilmer, as The Vienna Republican. It has since passed through several hands, and assumed various titles. The present Editor, though a new aspirant to Editorial honors, is, we believe, meeting with favorable success. His paper is well ter and news, and seems to meet the wants supplied with local and miscellaneous matof its numerous subscribers, as a local paall job printing left in his charge with neatper. Mr. Cooper will take pains to execute ness and despatch. See card, page 200.

Geo. W. Combs & Co., at Canandaigua, are largely engaged in the manufacture of Spokes, Hubs, and Bent Work of every description, from the toughest and carriage makers are such that it must be best quality of timber. Their terms to for their interest to purchase of them. The order, and they keep all kinds of oak lumfirm are also prepared to do resawing to ber on hand for sale. See card, page 239.

E. R. Norton, Designer and Worker in Marble, at Canandaigua, employs experienced and skillful workmen, and is at all times prepared to execute orders for Tomb Stones, Monuments, Tablets, &c., in the best manner, from first qualities of Marbles." Home industry should at all times be patronized, and we believe it could be no more favorably or satisfactorily bestowed than by dealing with Mr. Norton. See card, page 194.

W. C. Dutcher, Grape Vine Propagator, at Naples, publishes a card on page 196. Persons desiring choice vines will do well to examine his extensive stock and large variety. Mr. Dutcher also grows all the choice varieties of Grapes for market, which he puts up in first class style for winter, or for present use. Parties at a distance can be supplied at favorable rates with this most luscious of fruits.

Co., Importers, Jobbers and Retailers of
Burke, Fitzsimmons, Hone &
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Woolens, No.
53 Main street, Rochester, publish a card on
page 2. This House was established in
1849, since which time its success has been
uninterrupted, each year increasing its
amount of business. Their annual sales
amount to the enormous sum of near
$1,500,000, their trade extending from the
Eastern portions of the State to the "Far
West." Occupying as they do, fully 25,000
feet of flooring in actual business depart-
ments, every portion of which is crowded
with immense piles of goods from foreign
countries, as well as of domestic manufac-
ture, renders the facilities of this house for
Jobbing, equal to any in the country. The
firm are also proprietors of the "Genesee
ture 100,000 yards of goods annually.
Falls Woolen Mills," where they manufac-

vision Dealer, on Water Street, Geneva,
G. C. Dorsey, Grocer. Wine and Pro-
keeps an extensive stock of choice goods,
which he will be glad to dispose of to all
who choose to patronize him, at astonish-
ingly low prices. See his card on page 202,
and when you are in want of goods, call

and see him.

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