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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
PUBLIC SALE rg'iHE subscriber, administrator of the I estateof Geo. Besore, late of Waynesboro', dec'd. will sell at Public Saleat the residence of -psu<1 dccM, on Saturday, November lSf/i, the following personal property, to wit: , IFASE2LY CARXSXA&S. 1 Falling-top Buggy, 1 Spring Wagon1 Saddle2 sets Harness; 2 Ten-plate Stoves1 Parlor Wood Stove, 4 Bedsteads, 1 Mottrass, S3 BUREAUS,, 2 Dinning Tables4 Snrnll Tables, 2 Parlor Tables, 2 " Wash Stanos2 Writing Desks, 2 Sofas1 Lounge, 0 'sets Chairs3 Rocking Chairs, 1 Centre Table, 1 first-rate Rifle1 Shot Gun, 1 Book Case with writing table, 1 Clock, 1 Sink, ONE SEWING MACHINE, and a variety of other articles not necessary^to mention. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day when terms will be made known. A. H. STRICKLER, Adm'r. Oct 26—ts Geo. V. Moxa, Auct.
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
PUBLIC SALE npHE subscriber intending to quit ihrm-I ingwill sell at public saleon Thursday, November the 23,1871, at his residence, two miles from Waynesboro', and one mile from the Nunery, the following personal property, to wit: 2 Head Horses, one a 'So. 1 Family Horse, J. Milch Cow, 1 Fine Durham Bull 3 years old, 2 Fat Hogs 1 extra New Two-Horse Wagon with Bed and Spring Seat, two inch tread, 1 Cart, 1 Rockaway Buggy and Pole-one Troting Buggy, 1 Spring Grain Rake, 1 Hand Cart, 1 XJiree Horse Plow1 New Two Horee Gap Plow1 Double Shovel Plow2 Harrows, doublethreble and single trees1 Wheat Fanj shovels , rakes; forks1 mattock, 1 1 large wagon jackEminerts patent2 set good plow gears, 2 new flynets2 housins, 1 blind bridle, a lot of three • bushel bags, 1 Barrel of Pure Sider vinegar, and many other articles not necessary to mention.— Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day when terms will be made known by ISRAEL HESS. • n:gt 2—Is Gro. V. Mow. Anct.
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
Piles.—Look at those features and see the agony depicted in the face. It cannot be helped while the trouble remains.— Thesuneringfrom piles is of a very aggrava ted decription. You cannot waLk -with any comfort; you cannot ride in peace; yon cannot sit with ease, and the suffering when attending to nature is almost unbearable, and causes such feeling of. dread that is put off at great sacrifice to health and comtbrt, in many instances increasing the difficulty to an alarm'g extent. UseDr.Briggs' Pile Remedies accord'g to directions to cure internal, external, itcnincorbleedingpiles. They are mild and reliable, and warranted as represented. Sold by Druggists. ; B®»"Corns, - Bunions, - Ingrowing Nails and their attendant ills, have been, in years gone by/and willbe in years to ¦ come,-.a sourse of much discomfort and unhappiness to thoBB'-iVha are annoyed with them. Bv persistent eiibns auu kUitiimg nyrcu- verenc^v Dr. J; BnggB gave the suffering huniar iity his remedies—Allev...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
HOUSE m LOT FOR SHE, nnHE following property willbe offered at public sale by the undersigned, Assignees of Conrad Ruths, on Saturday Nov. .1*., 1S71, viz. A HOUSE A:K£> LOT, fronting 45 feet on Main St. in the borough of Waynesboro' Pj. and bounded on the East by lot of Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, on the-West by lot of Daniel MicklySen., on the Sooth by an alley, and on the North by iast Slain Street. The improvements are a large Brick and Brick cased Log Hoese, suitable to be divided for two families, also a good cistern, wash house and NEW FRAME STABLE thereon. The property will be offered entire or divided to suit purchasers. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock when ' terms will be make known by tho undersigned W. B. AMBERSON, T.S. CUNNINGHAM, Oct. 19—ts. " Assignees.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
J. B. CROWELL. J. DEARDORPF. J. B. CROWELL &m, GREEN CAST L.|f4 " ; : would be pleased to call the attention of the public to their large stock of Hemlock and White Pine Lumber. All tho different firadeaof boards in the rough, together with ^*> * Hemlock Flooring, Palings, AV-hite^P-ino-ElGoring,—PJasteiiugiaUi! German Siding, '' Shingles, &c. &c. Also keep on hand or manufacture at. short notice SashBlindsDoors. Shutters, &c. &c. Walnut Newell Posts, Railing and Balustersand in fact everything connected with house-bulding. ' All who want anything in our line will remember the place, South end of Green Castle, Pa. , Oct 26—It
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
IT1HE subscriber intending to leave Ring-JL gold will offer at public sale on Saturday the 18 day of November 1871, the, following property, to wit: 2 new Wagons ready to run, one a three inch tread for 2 and 3 horsesthe other a 1 horse Wagon 1 old onehorse wagon1 new Cart, 2 Spring Wagons, 1-set Blacksmith tools-Wagon Maker tools, about 20 or 25 hundretl pounds of old Iron, 2 Seaps of BessWheelbarrow- Shovels, ForksSpadcMattock,Ho\sehold and Kitchen FurnitureApple butter, jars of fruit, and many other articles too tedious to mention . ' Sale to commence af 10 o'clock when a credit of 6 months will be given on all sums of So and upwards. JACOB MOTZ. oct 26—ts. ' . G. V. Mong, Auct.
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
==^orafie%dndVeS*K>fesnaia8Hari^= Sixty Cases of Flannels, below manufacturers prices. This is the musicand these prices thai crowd our Stores whilst other merchants stand in astonishment and watch the crowd go. by. We claim to be -working on the short tine—the right road—and have the inside track and intend to .keep it. The enormous amount of our business speaks for itself, and tells the tale of low prices in everything. CALDWELL & COMPANY, Eight by the Court House, HAGEESTOWN, MD., AND North East Corner Public Square, waynesboro', pa. oct. 26 *¦
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
On the 26th ult., in tne Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, by Rev. J. Agnew Crawford, Theodore McGowan, Esq., to Miss Alice Chambers, eldest daughter of William Chambers, Esq., all of Chambersburg; DEATHS. On the 20 th inst., near Mowersville, this county, Mary Buekholder, aged -T-T^ears. -S-monthSr-and-lO-days, In Chambersburg on the 23d, inst., infant son Benjamin. Metz, aged 6 years.
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
FIRST .A-IEtlELIT j^Hj AT THE • MT. HOP&STORE! THE subscriber announces to his customers and the public generally that he has jost returned from the Eastern dtiea and opened oat a fall assortment of new goods, embracing all articles usually kept by «ountry merchants. He returns special thanks to his patrons for past patronage and asks their attention and the attention of others to his. new selections. Callandcompare stylesand prices.' W.H. BROWN. , MtjSopvOct, 13— tf- CONVEX CNfcCAVE spectacles, at ALKX LEEDS.
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
©Gum and (ttowuirs Rail Road MEErma.—Weare reques ted to announce that a Railroad Meeting will be held in this place on Thursday the Qtli inst, at-2 o'clock P. M. Gov. Sbabt, Hon. Axex. . Boteler, of Va., and Others, are expected to be present and address the meeting. The public generaly are cordially invited to attend. •
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
TO THE AFFLICTED t DOCTOR JACOB FAHRNEY'S CEL E BR A T E D , ROOT AND SPICE BITTERS. HTsTBe^besTbittersojftbeTges For~the cure of Dyspepsia, IndigestionSick-headache, Lowness Spirits, Rheumatism, Cram . j , Cholie, Dia/rhoea,' Dysentery, and diseases of the systerii generally, many testimonials could be given by those, who have used it, but it is not necessary.: Use it and be con-Yifreedr—Itis-worth-atrial~to-lhe-affictedT Prepared by Dr. Jacob Fahrney, Waynesboro', JFranklm County, Pa. Nov 2—3m.
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
SMALL PROPERTY FOR SALE nnHE subscriber offers at Private Sale a - JL small Tract of Limestone Land containing 20J Acres, situated 3 miles Southwest of Wayneabpro', Franklin county. Pa. The improvements c onsist of ONE AND A BAlFSfes Y LOO SOUSE and Log Barn, Wood and Wash House, a never-failing well of water convenient to the house, with two cisterns to the buildings; also a good Apple Orchard with a variety of choice froit, such as pears, ' peaches, cherries, grapes. &c. au24—tsl ANDREW SENGER.
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
NOTICE TO THE LADIES:! NEW MILLINEBY.GOODS! MISSES. STICKLE & GORDON, announce to the ladies of Wayaesboro' and vicinitythat they have just opened out a full line of new Fall and Winter Millinery 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 steles, learn prices, &c. Sept 19-tf ' "
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
MMMliMIJii NMIGE. T ETTERS of Administration on the es-Jjltate of Geo. Besore, late of Waynesboro', dee'd., having been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having legal claims against the same will present themwithout delay in proper order for settlement to Nov 2—6t A. H. STEICKLER, A dm'r.
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
IFOIR, S.A.iiE TWO FINE MILCH COWSone was fresh in Augustthe other will be fresh in a few weeks; also two young mares, one a family mare. Enquire of the Sept 19-tf PRINTER. rpHE WATERLOO OF 1871 f THE GREAT FALL CAMPAIGN THE ADVANCE Iff DRY GOODS, A Grand Swindle f A Giant Fraud 1 NO REASONABLE CAUSE FOEITI f Then listen to the voice of reason - and trust to your own judgment. Buy.your goods where you can get the best value for the least money, Just think of the price for Buttons-Pins, Tapes, Spool Cotton, Needles, Shoe Stringsand Hooks and Eyesand remember that when you branch out into finer goods the waste is much heavier. Look at the SMASHING BARGAINGwe are now offering in the face of the cry of high prices. ' • • . . ¦ • Heavy standard Muslins atl2l quoted atl3J by bail JUenmack prints at lie, for which the agent asks 12; Splendid Alpacas at 30ciworth 45c; Pure Mohair Alpacas at 40c, wholesale price 55c; Rich Lustres and Silk Warps at 50c; regular price 75; Magnifice...
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
I. H. WHITMORg:.. Wholesale and Retail Dealer, and Manufecturerof ' - HOUSE FURNITURE AND TJPHOLST5BEB, GREENCASTLE, Pa., takes this method of informing his customers 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-THRE.E STOKE ROOMS, filled-with-every variety of Fumiturerfrom a plaincommon article, to the finest in use, he feels warranted in saying that he can please all tastes. • ' • • EXAMINE LIST OF PRICES. ¦BEDSTEADS. • Cottage—Imitation of Walnut $5, 6, 7, to 8 Solid Walnut ' 8, 9, to 10 Jenny Lind—3-Arch Top Panel, Walnut " ' ¦ " 14, 16, to 18 3-Arch Top Panel, ' • Imitation 1012, to 14 Round, Corner-foot3 Panels Walnut Carved 25 to 30 ' " " FootOval Panel Walnut, Moulded 30, 35, to 40 Antique—New Style 2530, 35, 40, to 60 Fine Antique Chamber Suits, Full Marble 130 to 175 Cot...
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
WOOL PLAIDS, EMPRESS CLOTHS . _ FRENCH MORENOS, _ Beautiful Styles long and square Shalls, GENTS tFQIMSBllNGI UW$ V Plain and Fancy CassimeresBlue, Black and Brown CoatingsBlack and Brown Beaver Cloths for Overcoats. New Style Paper Collars and Neck Ties. Gloves, Hosiery, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs, S. uspenders, over and undershirts, Drawers-, &c. A FULL LINE BOOTS & SHOES, Ladies, Misses and Childrens Morocco Shoes Ladies and Misses Lasting Gaiters, Ladies and Misses Gum Sandals, m Mens and Ladies Artie Over Shoos, Men and Boys Custom-made Boots for Winter. G&rpetittgs ssi QSi GtotbSt White and Grey Wool Blankets, Coverlets & Spreads, Horse Covers, Lap Eobes and Buffffy Rugs. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Paints, Oills, Glass and Putty. Their stock this season will be found superior to any they have offered and their prices will be reasonable. Therefore all they ask is an' examination of goods and prices to be convinced Oct 19th 1871 J. W....
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
OF BE AIL llflfl* r I *>HE undersigned as attorney for the heirs S of Solomon Shockey, dec'd.will Bell at Public Salein Ringgofdin front of John Gehr' g Store, at 12 o'clock, on Saturday the 4th November; the home fenn of the dec'd containing 19 ACRBS, more or less, lying and being in the county of-Washington and State of Marvland , about two miles East of Ringgold, and in sight qf the Western Maryland Rail Roadadjoining lands of Daniel Shockey, Geo. Barkdoll and others. The improvements consist of ALOG HOUSE, and TWO TENANT HOrSES, a log bam, & never failing springand a thriving young orchard of choice fruit. The 2d puft is a Timber Lot containing about 8 acre.-:, more or le^s, lying and being about 2 milen South of Ringgoldnear Abnn. Shank'sthis tract is well set with Chestnut and other timber. 2d part is a House and Lot in Ringgold.— This property is improved with a good Sto.-ry and a half Log lioui.0, and a OiV.eru and fruit trees. Tciims.—One third of th...