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MRS. E. M. BAKER

Would inform the public that she is prepared to execute every variety of PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORK. Wigs, Curls, Switches, Braids, Bands, Waterfalls, &c., kept constantly on hand and made to order.

HAIR JEWELRY done and mounted in the latest style. Orders sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and those sending can confidently rely on no other being substituted.

EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET,

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MOTHERS! READ THIS.

Are your children restless, irritable, wakeful, feverish? Are they cutting teeth? Are the gums red and painful? Have they diarrhoea? Have they fits or spasms? If so,

USE THE ORIENTAL SYRUP.

It is the only Syrup or Cordial, or CHILD MEDICINE in market free from Opium, Morphine, or Paragoric. These you can't give; or, at least, you ought not to. They destroy the functions of the BRAIN; the child grows pale; its eyes grow wild; its flesh becomes soft; it loses its mind; it becomes an Idiot. Mothers, these are facts! To be convinced, try it. The Oriental Syrup contains NONE of those poisons. It is perfectly harmless. It is soothing-quieting. The child sleeps sweetly, and awakes refreshed and lively. The teeth penetrate the gums without pain. It is good for aged and nervous people. TRY IT.

DR. G. T. TAFT & CO., Proprietors,

Seneca Falls, N, Y.

THE BALM OF GILEAD!

SIR ASHLEY COOPER, in one of his lectures to his class, says :-I have used the Balm of Gilead in my practice, in one form or other, for more than forty years; and for Old Sores or Ulcers, Eruptions, Rheumatism, Burns, Chilblains, Scalds, Piles, Chafes, &c., it surpasses every other known remedy.

Rosenberger's Balm of Gilead Ointment

Is composed of Oils and Balsams from trees and shrubs, and for all the diseases referred to by Dr. Cooper, we warrant it almost a specific. For Gall, Grease and Wounds of Horses, it has no equal. We warrant it; therefore do not hesitate to try it for every kind of Wound, Bruise or Sore. DR. G. T. TAFT & CO., Proprietors, Seneca Falls, N. Y.

LYON, SIMEON H., grape grower and far

mer 8.

Lyon, Simeon C., (S. C. Lyon & Son,) farmer 130.

MACUMBER, JAMES H., (South Bristol,) farmer 170,

MALTBY, CHAS., farmer 100.
MALTBY, JOHN, farmer 211.
Manahan, John B., (with Wm. T.,) farmer

42.

Manahan, Valentine, farmer 16. MANAHAN, WM. T., (with John B.,) farmer 42.

MARKS, WM., general merchant and far

mer 80.

Marsh, Stephen J., grape and hop grower and farmer 100,

Maxfield, Alonzo D., farmer leases 217.
Maxfield, Elias, farmer 116.

MAXFIELD, HIRAM, fire and life insurance agent.

Maxfield, Mrs. Jane, farmer 217.
Maxwell, Mrs. Susan, (South Bristol,) far-
mer 12.

McMichael, Geo., shoemaker and farmer
McNair, Judah G., saloon keeper.
MEGAFFE, STEPHEN Y., laborer.
Merrill, Henry K., carpenter.
MERRILL, SIDNEY, farmer 64.
Merrill, S. Jerome, farmer 40.
Metcalf, John, farmer 1.

MITCHAEL, THOMAS, farmer leases 52.
Monier, James L., farmer 3,000.
MOOR, ANTHONY N., (resides in Steuben
Co., P. O, address North Cohocton,)
farmer 77.

More, John, farmer 10.

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Peck, John, grocery.

Peck, Merritt P., (P. O. address Blood's Corners, Steuben Co.,) hop grower and farmer 188.

PECK, SILSBE, (P. O, address Blood's Corners, Steuben Co.,) farmer leases 178. Perry, Cyrus B., farmer 35.

Perry, John, (South Bristol,) carpenter and farmer 100.

PERRY, OREN L., farmer 6.

Perry, Seth, (works for James L. Monier,) farmer 400.

Pierce, Ashael, (with Otis,) farmer 110. PIERCE, JAMES, blacksmith and farmer

80.

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Pierce, Wm. H., shoemaker.

Pierce, Wm. M., grape grower and farmer 2,

POLMANTEER, JOHN M., farmer 60.
Porter, Chas., carpenter and farmer 1.
Porter, Edwin, carpenter.

Porter, Henry, farmer 2.

PORTER, JOSIAH, books and stationery and postmaster.

Porter, Robert T., carpenter, vineyard and farmer 3.

PORTER, WM., farmer 111.

Potter, Edward, farmer leases from Wm. Walker 10.

POTTLE, EMORY B., lawyer and farmer

350.

MOSHER, ELLETHER. (South Bristol,) POWELL, SHOTWELL, (South Bristol,)

farmer 25.

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Osmer, Ira, painter and farmer 4.

farmer 800.

POWELL, THOS. J., farmer 100.

Price, Joseph W., grape grower, blacksmith and farmer 93.

Proctor, Horatio, farmer 56.
PROPER, LEONARD M., (South Bristol,)
farmer 40.

RATHBUN, HENRY S.,, farmer 27.
RATHBUN, JOSEPH, farmer 58.
RECTOR, CONRAD, farmer 54.
Rector, David, farmer 73.
RECTOR, JACOB, farmer 74.
Rector, John, farmer 57.

Reed, Medad B., merchant tailor, vineyard and farmer 5.

Palmanteer, Martin V., carpenter and far- REESE, GEORGE, grape grower and far

mer 42%.

Palmentier, Wm., farmer 84. PALMITER, SETH, farmer 54. Parker, Joseph, (P.O. address Lima, Livingston Co.,) farmer 127. Parkinson, Thomas, grocer and saloon keeper.

PARKS, MORRISON, (P. O. address Blood's Corners, Steuben Co.,) farmer 736.

PARMELY, JAMES, physician and farmer

60.

Parr, John, grape grower and farmer 8. Parsons, Daniel, (South Bristol,) farmer 50. PARTRIDGE, JAMES M., (South Bristol,) patent roof mannfacturer.

Peck, Abram Y., shoemaker.

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PECK, DAVID, dealer in jewelry and mu- Salisbury, Alonzo W., (P. O. address

sical instruments.

Peck, Isaac N., carpenter.

Blood's Corners, Steuben Co.,) farmer 260.

Salisbury, Henry J., (P, O. address Blood's | THRALL, LEVI G., surveyor, grape grower Corners, Steuben Co.,) farmer leases

260.

SALSBURY, THOS. H., (South Bristol,)
farmer 100.

Sanford, Raiman C., harness maker.
Scott, John, farmer 70.

SEAMANS, ISAAC A., lawyer.
Seamans, Thos. W., (Fessenden & Sons.)
SEAMANS, THOS. W., box manufacturer,

grape grower (15 acres) and farmer 34. SEMANS, FRANKLIN, farmer 190. SEMANS, MRS. RACHEL, (South Bristol,) farmer 70.

SHERMAN, MRS. RHODA, (South Bristol,) farmer 62.

SIMMONS, HENRY A., farmer 40.

and farmer 5.

THURBER, AMAZIAH J., (South Bristol,)
saw mill and farmer 216.
THURBER, WM. L., farmer 86.
TIFFANY, LESTER, blacksmith and far-
mer 1.

TOBEY, L. & SON, (Lyman Sr. and Ly-
man Jr.,) general merchants.
Tobey, Lyman, (L. Tobey & Son.),
Tobey, Lyman, Jr., (L. Tobey & Son.)
TORREY, MRS. OLIVE C., farmer.
Tozer, Arthur, (South Bristol,) farmer 147.
TOZER, JAMES R., (South Bristol,) farm-
er 60.

Tozer, Wm. S., (South Bristol,) farmer 111.
Trembly, Isaac, (South Bristol,) farmer 230.

SIMONS, MRS. CINDARELLA, farmer 40. Turner, Christopher C., farmer 93.
Simons, Joseph W., farmer 23.
Smith, Benjamin O., farmer 14.

Smith, David M., (South Bristol,) saw mill
and farmer 103.

SMITH, E. RILEY, (South Bristol,) carriage maker.

SMITH, SIMON, live stock dealer and farmer 300.

SNYDER, JOHN L., farmer 112.

Snyder, Lewis P., farmer 204.

SPENCER, GEORGE, miller.

TYLER, ASEL W., farmer 122.
Tyler, Fisher W., farmer 120.
TYLER, HENRY F., farmer 165.
TYLER, HOLLIS, J., farmer 604.
Tyler Wm. W., farmer 122.

VANOSDOL, PETER, shoemaker and far-
mer 108.

VERMILYE, JOHN, farmer leases 40.
Waddell, James M., physician.
Wales, Samuel C., farmer 62.
WALTER, BERNARD, blacksmith.

es 59.

SPRAGUE, MRS. MARTHA J.,farmer 12%. WARREN, AMASA T., farmer 60, and leas-
Springstead, James, farmer 116.
Springstead, Wm., farmer 40.
Standish, Capt. S., master steamer Joseph
Wood, plying between Naples and Can-
andaigua, semi-daily.

Standish, Wm. R., (South Bristol,) prop'r
Woodville Hotel and farmer 70.
Stephenson, Caleb, farmer 50.
STEPHENSON, DANIEL, farmer 45.
STETSON, BARKER, mason and farmer

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SUTTON, MYRON C., music dealer, leader
brass band and farmer 100.
Sutton, Paul H., (South Bristol,) farmer 60.
Sutton, Scott R., jeweler.

SUTTON, SEYMOUR H., justice of the
peace and farmer 157.
Swarts, Daniel B., farmer 48.
Teets, Dan Y., shoemaker.

Tenney, John D., (P. O. address Blood's

Corners, Steuben Co.,) farmer 26.

Tenney, M. Henry, farmer 59.
TENNEY, SOLOMON C., farmer 6.
THOMAS, FRANK F., dentist.

Thomas, Frederick F., carpenter and

er.

Warren, Sylvester, farmer 3.
WASBBURN, ALVIN, farmer 22.
WASHBURN, CHESTER, farmer 62.
WASHBURN, ELISHA G., saw mill, fruit
grower and farmer 229.

WASHBURN, VALENTINE, farmer 25.
Watkins, Alanson, farmer 210.
WATKINS, JAMES W., stage proprietor.
Watkins, Ward, farmer leases from Alan-
son Watkins.

WATROUS, HENRY H., general merchant
and farmer 35.

Way, Joshua, allop. physician.
Webb, Henry, (South Bristol,) farmer leases

50.

Webb, John, carpenter.
Webb, Orsamus, mason.
WEBB, WM. A., shoemaker.
Weld, Harvey, farmer 118.

WELLS & CHESEBRO, (Elijah Wells and
James Chesebro,) iron founders and
hardware dealers.

WELLS, ELIJAH, (Wells & Chesebro.)
WESBROOK. HENRY, farmer 185.
WESBROOK, MRS. JANE, farmer 20.
WHEELER. CHRISTOPHER C., farmer 25.
WEST, DAMON, farmer 874.
WHITING, JOHN P., carriage maker and
WHEELER, SEYMOUR, farmer 200.

farmer 2.

Whitman, Franklin M., farmer 215.
WILBUR, EPHRAIM, S., farmer 126.
WILBUR, SAMUEL G., saw mill and far-
mer 2.

WILDER, ERASTUS, (South Bristol,) far-
mer 40.

Wilder, John A., (South Bristol,) farmer 40.
Wiley, Milo M., farmer 55.

WILLIAMS, EPHRAIM C., farmer 56.

join-Williams, Ira C., farmer 175.

WILLIAMS, THOS. R., farmer 333.

WILSON, MRS. ELIZA, (P. O. address | Wisewell, Henry F., wool carder and farBlood's Corners, Steuben Co.,) farmer

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mer 6.

WITKINS, JOSEPH H., (South Bristol,) farmer 120.

Wood, Joseph Rev., F. W. Baptist clergyman and farmer 80.

Wood, Wm. H., (South Bristol,) farmer 50.
Woodard, Mark, (South Bristol,) farmer 152.
Wright, Loomis B., farmer 164.""
WRIGHT, LYMAN, farmer 35.
Wright, Sanford, farmer 136.
Wright, Zenas B., molder.
YAW, DANIEL C., farmer 155.
Young, Stephen B., shoemaker.

PHELPS.

The post office addresses of the residents of the town of Phelps are Gypsum, Oaks Corners, Orleans and Phelps, in the town; Clifton Springs, Geneva and Seneca Castle, in adjoining towns; Arcadia, Lyons and Newark, Wayne County; and Junius and West Junius, Seneca County.

GYPSUM.

A post office on the line of Manchester. Tri-weekly mail.

BAKER, STEPHEN, farmer 91.
Bell, Joseph, (Manchester,) farmer 80.
Bixby, Sarah E., Mrs., farmer 50.
Bryant, N. S., Dr., (Manchester,) allo. phy-
sician and farmer 67.

Carr, W. H., (Manchester,) farms with Dr.
Ń. S. Bryant.

CASE, LEVI, (Manchester,) wagon maker.
CHASE, NELSON, farmer 42.
COBB, EDWIN D., farmer 180.
COBB, RANTSLER W., farmer 40.
Cook, Mahlon, (Manchester,) farmer 84.
EDSON, GEO. W., (Manchester,) thresher
and farmer leases 120.

Follett, Leonard P., (Manchester,) town
collector and carpenter and joiner.
Follett, L. P. Mrs., (Manchester,) farmer 7.
Gross, Henry, farmer 50.
Hand, Silas, (Manchester,) blacksmith.
Johnson, Wm., (Manchester,) farmer 163.
Knauss, John, Manchester,) (Thomas &

Co.,) Plainsville Mills and farmer 6%. Miller, John G., farmer 88.

MOSHER, SHERMAN, (Manchester,) farmer 2 and leases 55. Patrick, Richard, (Manchester,) painter and glazier.

PERSONS, MARCUS, (Manchester,) notary public and farmer 55.

REED, JOSEPH, (Manchester,) farmer 110.

Robison, Abram, (Manchester,) farmer 33. ROBISON, ANDREW J., farmer 140. Robison, Esbon, (Manchester,) farmer 21. Robison, James, Manchester,) mason. ROBISON, JAMES N., (with William H.,) farmer 96.

ROBISON, MATT. H., (Manchester,) far

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Mosher, Hugh S., (Manchester,) farmer Vanderhoof, C., Mrs., (Manchester,) farmer

120.

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Citizens of Ontario County will here find an Artist of

LONG AND SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE

In their own county. Mr. Ranger having fitted up rooms superior to his former elegant gallery at Geneva, is prepared to execute orders for his old friends, and hopes to merit the patronage of many new ones.

Gallery over Williams' Jewelry Store, Palmyra, N. Y.

AMERICAN HOTEL,

OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,

AUBURN, N. Y.

HIRAM L. SWIFT, Proprietor.

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