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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
I. H. WHITMORa, Wholesale and Retail Dealer, and ManufaC' turer of HOUSE FURNITURE AND TJPSOLSTEE-BR, GREENCA3TLE, Pa., takes this method of informing his custqm-1 ers and the public that he has REDUCED THE PRICE OF FURNITURE from ten to twenty per cent. Owing to the advantages he has over other manufacturers he can and will sell Furniture at a less price 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 LIST OP PRICES. BEDSTEADS. Cottage—Imitation of Walnut §5,6, 7, to J Solid Walnut 8, 9, to 1( Jenny Lind—3-A.rch Top Panel, Walnut 'r " 14,16, to II 3-Arch Top Panel, Imitation 1012, to V. Round, Corner-foot3 Panels Walnut Carved 25to3( " " FootOval Panel Walnut, Moulded 30, 35, to 4C Antique—New Style 2530, 35,40, to 6C Fine Antique Chamber Suits, Full Marble 130 to 17E Cot. Chamber Suits 35, 38,40,45,...
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
E/OJLSTEX) ALIVE The following record of one day's accidents, all from the same cause, viz: the use of inferior Coal Oil, is taken from the Philadelphia Ledger of a recent date: "The alarm of fire, hist evening, at 7 o'- clock, was caused by the burning of the dwelling, corner of 10th and Poplar, resulting from the explosion of a coal oil lamp.— Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story of the dwelling had retired to her department, a few moments before the discovery of the fire. On entering her room, she was found lying on the floorwrapped in flames." ' ¦ 'About 7 o' clock yesterday morninga coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexan-Stlbtn der, wno Uves on cowBUp . near .— She was severely burned.. "Margaret CoUiganresiding in the rearof 618 South St., was burned by the explosion of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, while attempting to extinguish the flamewas also severely burned. Two of the above named victims have since died of their injuries."' All such fearful accidentsresult...
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
Alleb M. Good. Mathew Metcalp sash and boor ra6tbr v JUST WHAT YOU WANT AND At Prices to suit Times and Quality! WORK WARRANT ED Motto :¦—Quick Sales and small Proffits. We will furnish anything wanted in our line of business, SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, MANTLES, STAIRING, &c, WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. We also contract for continued Rail Stair Ways, Newel's BaUusters, &c. &cfurnish to order or put into buildings by the best of workmen; Sawing, Chopping, Poast Boring, Grinding, Turning, &c'&c. In short anything you want call for itif not on hand we will make it. As reference we can show you buildings in the country or in Waynesboro' where you can judge for yourselves, (we can't recommend material, it must recommend itself) also see the quality of our material as compared with that of other shops. TO THE PUBLIC Thankful for past favors, we ask you for a continuance of the same. Factory 1* miles South of Waynesboro'. Pa. GO.OD & METCALF, ma...
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
PRIVATE SALE "in HE undersigned, Executor of the Estate P of John Lantz, Sr., jate of Guilford town shipdee'd.offers at Private Salethe following described Real Estatebounded b y lands of Jacob Stouffer, John Mete and Benj. Metz being situated on the Falling Spring road and Chambersburg and Gettysburg turnpike' and containing SEVEUST JLOI2/ES of first quality Limestone Land. The improvements are a two story Brick Dwelling HouB . having 12 rooms, Abasements and 2 celars; wash and bake houses under one roof; Frame Barn with barn floorwagon shed attached ; hogpen, buggy shed and all the necessary outbuildings. There is also on the premises , an orchard of choice fruitand cherries, pears, peaches, plums, grapes, &cin 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, adjoining lands of Robert Black and John Crawfordon the Gettysburg turnpike, about one mile South-East of Gre...
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
TtnitiniriifHi FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WAYNESBORG.PA., I5SUBES AQA1N8T LOSS OB DAMAGE BT ' " PIRH On all safe class property at reasonable rates OFFICERS: W. S. AMBERSONPresident. Simon Lbcboit, Vice President. Jos. Douglas ' , Secbetaey. Jos. W. Milleb. Treasurer. . DIRECTORS: W. S. Amberspn, Simon Lecron, Lewis S. Forney, Jacob Hoover, Jos. Douglas. Jos. Price Jacob J. Mirfer, Jos. W. Miller, Bern. E. Funk, D.B. Russell, Lev! Sanders, Jacob Good. DAVID M. GOOD, Agent, iune 16, '701 Waynesboro', Pa.
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
iiiiifi turn i THE subscriber informs the public that he is proprietor of the Buss line running dail y between Waynesboro', and Gtfiit-as tle, heretofore run " by Wolfersberger & Sterner. With good horses and a tirst-cluas fourhorse Omnibus he is enabled to convey passengers to and fro with comfort and ' convenience. His Buss will leave Waynosboro', at ftl A. M., arriving at tireencastle at 8, iuakiu^ quick time and sure connection with -tho first Passenger train at.Si A. M. Leavvn Grepncastle at 5 o'clock, 1\ M., arriving at Waynesboro'at 0 <I5 N lie is himself Proprietor, Contractor and Driver. Delivers Adams Express matter to and from Greencastle. All Express mutter expressed the same morning und through to WaynesboTO' the same day it arrives. . Persons wishing to send goods bv Express will "do well by giving him a call. Persons wishinR to go to Hagerstown should take this rout. . Tho tniin leaves at 015 making connection with the Washington County Railroad. ...
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
OTIETAH MARBLE WORKS! H. WALTER & BRO; MANUFACTURERS AST) DEALERS IN Monuments , Tomb» t Eieadstones , <tc. etc., WE call attention to our assortment of tha above, comprising the newest and most approved styles. Having the advantage of Water-Power, and a long experience in the STONE CUTTING BUSINESS, we are able to fill orders at the shortest notice and on most reasonable terms. Give us a call at our Yard, near Antietam Junction, on the Wayneshoro* and Hagerstown Turnpike, two miles from the former place. Posi Offioo address, Waynesboro', Pa. , ' N. B. Orders can be left at the Village Record Offer anfl Tvi'.! rceeirc rsrdmpt attention. April a -tt ' H. W. & BRO.
Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
BOOT AND SHOMAKXKG ' iHE subscriber would inform the public I that he is at all times prepared to make o order Gents Coarse or fine Bootsalso coarse or fine work for Ladies or Missesincluding the latest style of lasting Gaiters.— Repairing done at short notice, and measures taken in private families if desired Shop on East Main Streetin the room formerly occupied by J. Elden, as a flour and feed store. ' THOS. J. HOLLINGORTH, ^ July 23-tf OIiUiV Ju±t. SJESXSZD 2000 Bushels Clover Seed wanted, ELDEX. STOYER & WOLFF. Sept 21—3m.
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
HOW IS THIS FOR llll.K JOHN FORD in returning thanks to the public for their patronage announces that he intends .•emoving his shop to the Basement of Walker's Building, (and not leaving town is is the belief of many) where he intends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS as usuaL - - ' All persons knowing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle their accounts immediately, for I pay cash for my stock and must nave my money. Don't want to see the face of that unwelcome visitor, the Deputy from 'FortFletchar," prowling about my shop seeking whom he may devour&c. Customers will therefore find me at the Basement ' refered to after the first of April next. jan26] JOHN FORD.
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
FAIRYIEW MILL FAMIL YFLO UR, ETC. r I">HE undersigned haying refitted and ad-I ded all the latest improvements to his Mill, (formerly Frantz's) announces to the public that he is now manufacturing a superior article of FAMILY FLOURwhich will be delivered to persons at market prices He has also on hand a supply of MILL STUFF of all kindswhich he will wholesale or retail at the Millor deliver if desiredat the lowest market rates. Having refitted his Mill with the most improved machinery he ieels that he is enabled to give general satisiaction. The aipnest market price paid for Wheat delivered at the Mill. . ' >OPEB STUFF wanted. nar24—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
NEW TIN STORE rjiHE undersigned would most respectfully JL inform the citizens of AVaynesboro' and vicinity that he has opened a new Tin Store on East Main street, opposite Stover & Wolffs Dry Goods emporium, and keeps constantly on hand a good supply of COOK & COAL STOVES, MORNING GLORIESetc.at prices to " suit the times. All kinds of work done in his line with neatness and dispatch, such as roofiingspoutin? and repairing. You • will find it to your interest to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. The sign of the Big Red Coffee PotAlways on the post.— Thankful.for past favors he hopes fora continuance of the same. Yours Respectfully, nov.19 CLAYTON M. FREY.
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
LIVERY! LITERY FTTHE undersigned informs the public gen-JL erally that he has purchased the Livery heretofore owned by Frank. Weaglay, on5 is fully prepared to meet the wonts of the community in hisline of business. He lias had all his carriages neatly repaired and refittedarid his horses aie safe, gentle and fast travellers. Parties conveyed to any point desired, accompanied by a careful driver.. Office at the Waynesboro' Hotelwhore an attentive nostle ' r will bo in attendance at all hours of the night and day. 8£&_No effort will be spared to accommodate all who ' "ftZTt ™"" WM.FUNK.
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
AT 3Fri"Cr a,t© Sale. THE subscriber offers nt Private Sale the FAIR VIEW MILL PROPERTY, situate 1 mile Southeast of Waynesboro'. This property is delightfully situated, -the improvements unsurpassed, and the land in a high state of cultivation. A more desirable property of its kind is perhaps not to be found in the county of Franklin. For particulars address the subscriber at Pittston, Pa.or call on W. S. Amberson, in Wayuesboro'. ! July 27-tf. DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
oo a q--m- a i?"nsr<?r The subscriber announces to his friends and the public that he has purchased the Coach Factory formerly'owned by Israel Hessand is npw engaged in the above business, on Main Street, at the East end of Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge .of the business, and employing none but the best workmen, and by str ict attention to business he hopes to merit a share of patronage. All kinds of new work on hand orders filled promptly. Jan. 14 tf. GEO. B. HAWKER.
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
BEEF, BEET flTOE subscriber announces to his custo-X mere and the public that he will continue to furnish a prime article of Beef at the Sellar in the Walke Building on Monday evening, Tuesday morning, Thursday evening and Friday morningregularly during the season. Customers also supplied with Veal and Lamb when desired. Thankful for past patronage he hopcB by selling nothing but the choicest meats to jKerit a jfintinuance of the sane. may 25-tf THOS. J. CUNNINGHAM
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
LUMBER, LUMBER, &c rjihe subscriberhas for sale Chestnut Shin-JLglesPailingsPlastering LathsShingling Laths, Pine Lumber from a half to one inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnished to 'brder. AlsoOak, Pine and ' Chestnut Wood by the load for sale on the ground. D37*He has also Ice for sale. April 23 tf. A. S. MONN.