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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
HE 1\D LOT Fill! SALE J-'HE folio-wine property will be offered at public sale uy the undersigned. 'Assignees of Conrad Kutha, on Saturday Nov. 11., 1871, viz. A HOUSE AND LOT, fronting 45 feet on Main St. in the borough of-^VaynesboK»L_Pa^-and-boiinded-on—tho—East by lot of Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, on tho West by lot of Daniel MicklySen., on the South by an alley, and on the " North by East Main Street. ¦ ¦ The improvements are a large Brick and Brick cased Log House, suitable to be divided for two families, also a good cistern, wash house and NEW FRAME STABLE ' thereon. Tho property will bo offered entire or divided to suit purchnsers. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock when ' tcrnis will be make known by the undersigned W. S. AMBERSON, , T. S. CUNNINGHAM, Oct. 19—ts. • Assignees.
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
All Goods for Sale by D. S. Smith, —D. S. Smith has in his line, some Boots and Shoes that beat the Jews, and all of them are good, so fine, they^fit your feet, are very neat, all good, and strong, will last so long, that you can wear a pair a year or two. They are neat and sleek and will not leak—some are of Kip and will not rip. The price for those that are of Kip is just the same as those of Calf—only three dollars and a half. For women too, he has a Shoe: they're just the thing to wear till Spring, and if you buy a pair to wear whenfjjt is wet they will not let the water through. They are made of Morocco and Kip and at the price don't hang your lip; for the price per pairjs ^ very fair, at one dollar and fourty cents..
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
In this place, Oct. 12, by Rev. J. Donahue, Mr. W. F. Bbawneb, to Miss AMAXDA C.HORNER. , On the 10th inst, in this place, by Rev. H. Stonehouse, Mr. Charles S. Shult, to Miss Catharihe MgLain, both of Frederick Co, Md. On the 17th inst, by the same, Mr. K. J. Febgeok, to Miss Mabv E. Gordon, both of Adams Co. In Lancaster, on the 1st inst, Mr. Geo. Cook, of this «ounty, in the 58tb year of M9 lCEV
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
Fob Sale—A Morning Glory Stove, large-siz^nearljniew.^—Enquire~of the Printer.- . Facts foe the People.—The Wilson New fiffipl nnrlar.fppf| Sewing mnrhing has only 79 'parts while the Singer has 207. The Wilson sells nere at $45 in England $40. The finger sells here at $60 and $65, in England $32,50. The cost of making the two machines is about the same. The Wilson is warranted for 5 years the Singer for three. Draw your own conclusions. Call and see the Wilson at Boerner & Waynant's clothing store.
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
PIBST.ABBIVAL AT TBS MT. HOPE STORE! THE subscriber announces to his customers and the public generally that he has just returned from the Eastern cities and opened out a fall assortment of new goods, embracing all articles usually kept by country merchants. Ho returns special thanks to his patrons for past patronageand oaks their attention and the attention of others to bis now selections. Call and compare styles and prices. W.H. BROWN. Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—1£
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY THfi subscriber informs the public that he has the agency for the sale of Mother Noble's Healing Syrup, in Washington anc* Quincy townshipsfor the cure of diseases of the Bowelsand Stomach, Female Diseases, RheumatismDropsy, Dyspepsia, &c. He has also for sale the MO . SS OIL, a cure for Consumption. These remedies have so far in all cases given satisfaction. Best references given if required. P. O. Address, Qaincy, Ea. Sept l ' 9-3m J. C. LOHMAX, Ag't.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
S®,Smith of the Town Hall store is selling Men's Boots at $3.25 " calf boots . 3.50 Ladies custom, mabe Shoes 2.00 ' ' , « calf 1.50 ~~LaSIe s ~ Rubbers; . 45 ; Hosiery, Glove3, Suspenders, Collars, Ties, Scarf Bows, Cuffs, School Books; Stationery, &c. at prices correspondingly low.
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
NOTICE!-TO THE T.AT>T BtS: NEfW MILLINERY GOODS MISSES. STICKLE & GORDON, announce to the ladies of Waynesboro' and^vicinity—tbat they~have^jus t~ openea out a full line of new Fall and Winter MillineVy Goods. They return thanks for past patronage and invite all in want of any article in the Millinery line to call and examine the latest styles, learn prices, &e. . Sept 19-tf .
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
OF WME REAL ESTATE! PTHHE undersigned. Agents for the heirs of X Joseph Garverdecrd.. will offer at Public Sale, at the Conrt House, in Hageratown, Maryland, on THUBSDAT, OCTOBEB 31st, 1871, at 10 o'clock, A. M_ the following tracts of land; . NO. 1.—THE MANSION FARM Situated about 1} miles South east of Ringgold. "Washington County, Md.adjoining the lands of John Welfy, Daniel Rowe, Jacob Stoufier and others* CONTAINING 266 ACRES and 120 PERCHES, 70 ACRES of which are in Timber, some of the finest Chestnut in the County. The improvements consist of a Large and Convenient Two Story * BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, containing 9 Rooms and Kitchen; ONE TENANT HOUSE, Bank Barn, 90 feet long, Wagon Shed, EOS PEN, CIDER PKES3 With SHED, WASH and smoke house, wood house, BLACKSMITH 8HO?, and all other necessary out buildings, a thriving ORCHARD OF CHOICE FRUIT, a never failing well of water- near the house, and a Cistern near-theJtitehenjdoort-a^coJi^ slant stream rnns through one end of...
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
BUREAUS. Im. Wai. 4 drawers, with glass, wood top 14, IS, to 16 Im. Wai. 4 drawers-with glass, Marble top 17,18, to 30 Solid Wai. 4 drawers, with glass wood top 20j 22,25, to 32 « " Marble top 25, 30, 32, to 60 Imitation Walnut 10,12, to 14 TABLES. Dining Table, six legs, §7,50 to 9 Breakfast do., four legs, ' 5 to 6 Mar. do 20 diff. paterns, 9,10,12 to 15 Extension Tables per foot 2 to 3 CHAIRS. Windsor or Wood seats (} doz) $5,6, 7 to 10 Cane seats (A doz.) »1011}, 12fr to 30 (Have over 600 of the above^n hand.) Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to 5 Cane Seat Rocking Chairs2 to 7 Willow Seat . Rocking Chairs2 to 10 Spring SeatedChairs-jUpholstered in HairCloth, Broeatel, Rep and Terryranging in price per half dozen from 25 to 75 Socking Chairs uphol. as above . 9 to 15 Tete-a-Xetes, uphol. as above, (each) from 20, 22, 25, 30 to 75 Jox or plain Sofas, from 18, 20 to 30 Lounges upholstered in Hah* Cloth, Broeatel, Rep, Terry and Da- - mask, Spring Seats (each) from 7,8,9,10,11,12...
Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE Warranted to do the whole range • of Family Sewing with more rapidity, with more ease of management and with . less fatigue to the operator than any Machine now in use. PRICE FORTY (40) DOLLARS! ITrequires no extra attachment for embroideringBraiding and Gathering. It takes thn thread directly from the spools, thus saving trouble and economizing time. It requires but one foot to move the treadle even in sewing the heaviest fabrics. It is nianeof the best steel. and>t all points of wear case-hardened. Its chief points are VnequalUd Simplicity, Quietness of Operation , Easr. of Management, -Aapidtiy of Execution , Nonliabi lity to drop Stitches or break thread. Having a straight needle and the shortest in use. I Simplicity of tension, Ease of managing it, Embroidering by a mere chance of spools. Braidinggathering and embroidering without attachments. Making the best stitoo for strength and durability. Making tho only stitch sufficiently elastic as not ...
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
siiisn uai- npiHE subscriber informs the public thai J. he is proprietor of tho Bus* line running daily between Waynesboro', and Geencastlp, heretofore run by Wplfersborger & StoneA With good horses and a Jir. <t^clnss fourhorse Omnibus he is enabled to convey ]i:i>- sengers to and fro with comfort and convenience. ' llis Buss will leave Wayneshoro'at 0} A. M., arriving at Grosneastlo nt 8, iivikiug quick time and sure connection with the lirst Passenger train at SJ A. JI. Leavo.i Greencastle at 5 o'clock, P. M., urriviiij' :;t Waynebboro'at 6 45. He is himself Proprietor, Contractor and Driver. Dclivnrn Adams Express matter to and ironi Greeucastle., All Express matter esprotved tho samo morning and through to. Wr.yiierboro' the samo day it arrivoa. Persons wis-hinc; to send (rootw by ExprosK will do well by riving him a. call. Persons wishing to go to Hagerstown should take this rout. Xho train leaves at i) 15 loakin,: connection wilh the Washington Cou...
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
PRIVATE SALE TO HE undersigned, Executor of the Estate * of John Lnntz, Sr., late of Guilford townshipdee'd.offers at Private Salethe following described Real Estatebounded by lands ofJacob StoufferJJohn Metz andBenj. Sietz being situated on the Falling Spring road and'Chambersbnrg and Gettysburg turnpike' and containing \ SETSTEJliT 4.OE/ES. , of first qualify limestone Land. The improvements are atwo story Brick Dwelling Housbaving 12 rooms2 basements and 2 eelare; wash and bake houses under one roof; Frame Barn with barn floorwagon shed attached ; hog pen, buggy shed and all the necessary out buildings. There is also on the premises, an orchard of choice fruitandcherriespears, peaches, plums, grapes, &c., in abundance. The Falling Spring runs thro' the end of this propety. • Also, at Private Sale, a Valuable Tract of Land being situated in Greene township, adoining lands of Robert Black and John Crawford, on the Gettysburg turnpike, about one mile South-East of ...
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
WATNESBORO'llTIILJ pire ' insueance company, WATNESBORO; JPA., INSPBES AGAINST LOSS OB DAMAGE BY Finn On all safe class propertyatreasonablerates OFFICERS: W. S. AMBERSONPresident. Simon Lbcbok, Vice President JOB. DOCOLAS, SSCBETABY. Jos. W. Mn,LEB,,Treasurer. DIRECTORS: W. S. Amberson ,, Simon Lecron , Lewis S. Forney, Jacob Hoover, Jos. DouglasJob. Pr ice, Jacob J.Miller, Jos. W.Miller, Beni. E. Funk, D.B.Russell, Len Sandew, Jacob Good. DAVID M. GOOD, Agent, inne 16, '701 Waynesboro', Pa.
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871
. GREENCASTLE, Pa., takes thia method of informing his custom ers and the public that he has BEDUCED THE PRICE OF FURNITURE from ten to twenty per cent. Owing to the advantages he has over other manufacturers -^A-nnn-nnA-Tyill BflH Viirpit.iirt> ft* a, LqggjKTgfi than any other Manufacturer in the State. HAVING THREE STORE ROOMS, filled with every variety of Furniturefrom a plaincommon article, to the finest in use, he feels warranted in saying that he can please all tastes. —EXAMINE^,lii^OF-PRICES BEDSTEADS. Cottage—Imitation of Walnut $5, 6, 7, to 8 Solid Walnut 8, 9, to 10 Jennyjyndr^A*chTop_Panel,