Hickok & Cantine (Harrisburg, PA)
Hickok & Cantine
Bookbinders & Paper rulers
1.(1841)"The undersigned have the gratification of informing the public, that notwithstanding they were so unfortunate as to have their bindery burnt down, in March last, they have opened a very extensive one, in Locust street, in the new building directly opposite Gleim's Hotel, and are prepared to execute all work in their line with despatch, and in a superior style. Their Ruling Apparatus and other Machinery are new, and of the first order and latest improvements"... Sunbury American and Shamokin Journal. February 6, 1841.
2.(1848) W. O. Hickok (Successor to Hickok & Cantine) Bookbinder and Blank Book Manufacturer, Harrisburg,Pa.. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public that he is now carrying on the above business in the old stand, formerly occupied by Hickok & Cantine. As the building has for the last eight years been conducted by him, he flatters himself that, by care attention to business, he will merit and still receive a continuance of the patronage so liberally enjoyed by the old firm." paper ruled to Pattern. All work warranted.
Lancaster Intelligencer, Tuesday January 25, 1848.