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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
iiiisiitiitj ,: - ,--"¦ ^, »- " : ' . - j -r-T ' -s rTiHE<ufe8cfiber- informei tlieV.pnbiib "iftat JLhe is proprietor of the Buss line-running dail y between Waynesboro', and Geencastle, heretofore run byiWolferslferger & Stoner. With jjdod horses and a first-class ' four 1 - horse Omnibus he is enabled to convey passengers to and fro with comfort and conve-His jjusi, yill leave Waynesbpro', at 6J A. J£, ' arrivirig at Gfeehcastle sS §,• making quick time and sure connection- with the first Passenger * train at 8 " ; A. M. Leaves weeitcastle-at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving ' at Waynesboro'at 0 45. • He is himself Proprietor, Contractor and Driver." Delivers Adains^xpressjnatterJ:o-and_irom_Greeit castle. All Express ¦ matter expressed the same morning and through_toJvaynesboro' th§ same day itTurrivei/TPersons' wishing to :se"nd goods b y Express will ' do-.well- , by giving him a call. Persons wishing to go to Hagerstown should ¦ take tliia rout. The Train !eav...
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
AITIETAM MARBLE W01U-! H. WARPER & BRO. MANUFACTrfRERS AND DEALERS IN . MonumcniSj^Tombs , Headstoncs^fSic. &e., WE call attention to,our assortment jpi tha ubovo, comprising the newest and most ' approvedjStyles. 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 J^iriotioTi, fifi th<^ Wayn^b^r^' fln<^Tfrm^^- .tftwn Turnjiiketwo miles from the former place. Post Office .address, Wayuesboro', "Psu ~ ; ; N. B. Orders can be left at .the Village Record (Mice and will receive prompt attention. .Auril3—tf. - H. W. &BR0.
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
P:UBLlC^Lf! WILL be sold at-Public Saje at-the; residence of the i undersigned, about .two miles West of Xeitersburgalbng.the road leading from the Hagerstowaand Wjurnes-•' bofo' TSamnifce td>JaeQlS$' ^WiV 1 .^: ; * ffi$A?,'jiJtYziSl? ,M, * - the following Valuable Personal Property: SIX HEAD of Heavy Draft HOUSES, . TEN HEAD OF HOGS, J^OTn^drtreatPvy^OONHhea vji)-1 pair Timber Wheels^ fc pai rs Breeching, 2 pairs Front Gears4 Blind Bridles3 Houaens. 1 'Wagon Saddle, 1 six-horse Line, Wag on Whip, 1 pair spreaders2 pairs Butt Traces, 1 pair Breast Chains(all Furley' s make;) 3^Fiy-Nets;-l-JockeyStick^Colkrs^alot ; ¦ ofAxes , aftd if o ' ¦ ¦ ' o^kffs^oip c ir-o ] b i> ' r
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
(CARPETS! C1BPETS S I. H. WH1TM0RE » has just retnrneil from the cities with tin largest and best assortment of CARPETS! Oil, CLOTHS! OIL AND LIKEN WHtsTIDOW SHADES; HUUGGET AND CUUMB CLOTHS UUGS AND MA'i-S, COVKULKTS, COUNTKltVANES&v.., &<-., evej" oifcrcdln Greencastle. LACE CURTAINS, with-all tl/e lixtnriw for putting up.. R A G- C A R P E T S conslaiitiy on liainl an<l made-to order CST Sx-lliii . !; lower than-any other lion: e in the county. JSSy-Cull ami dear prices. - Greimcastfe, Dec. 1, 1S70. .
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
¦Extension Tables per foot . • 2 to 3 ' o • ' ' '- '..CHAIRS. - - - M ' •--Windsor or Wood seats (1 doz) $5, G7 to 1C Cane seats (J doz.) 910.11J, 12J to 30 (Have over 600 of the above on hand,) Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,23 to 5 Cane Seat Rocking Chairs2 to 7 Willow Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to 10 Spring Seated ChairsTTpholstered--in Ilahr.Cloth, Brocatel, Rep and Terry, ranging in price per half dojsen'froin 25 to 75 Rocking Chairs uphol. as above 9 to 15 Tete-a-Tetes, iiphpl. as above, , (each) from , 20, •>% 25, 30 to 75 Box or plain Sofas, from 18, 20 to 30 Lounges upholstered in Hair Cloth, Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Damask. Spring Seats (eaoW '- - ¦ ; from ' ¦ - :7;!8; 9,40,11,12 to 30 ——— -WARDROBES. —
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
NtvK g:oobs; mm GMM if. i©f€_ 11111 THK subscviber announces to his customers and the public that he hasreturnui from the ICast with a fine stock of SPRIXG AND SlIMMKK DRY GOODS, • Groceries, Queenxwnre, HardwareGlasswareOilsPaintsIlat.s iuid Ca]>sBoots and Shoos, Notionsand other goods such as art Usuall kept iff well regulated country stored, nil of which will be fold cheap for the CASH! Persons in want of any article in Iiis line itrc invited to cull and " examine'his stock :m<! learn his prices., us his object istomaki 'quick sales at short i>rolit.« " H' s stock finbraces Drugs and 1'iitontJModiuiues, incluUing the celebrated Fahrncy I'annoea. Mt. Hope, ivtj U-ttf^WM.- II. BKOAVX.
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
BOW IS THIS FOR WH JOHN FORD in returning tharilcs to the public for their patronage 1 announces that lie intends removing his shop to the Basement of. Walker's - Building, (and not leaving town 'as is the belief of many) where he intends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS aS usual. AH persons knowing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle their accounts immediatelyfQgJ pay cash for my stock and - must : have my money. Don't want to see the face of that unwelcome visitor, the Deputy from 'FortFlctchor," prowling about my-shop seeking whom he may devour&e. ' , Customers will therefore iind me at the Basemtent refered to after the iirst of April next. ' ' ¦ •• ¦ •I.- !«¦ -i ¦ ,; jan20] ' ¦ • JOHN FORD.
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
FAXBYIEW MILL FAMILYFLOtJB , ETC. THE undersigned haying refitted and added all the latest improvements to his Mill, (formerly Frantz's) announces to the public that he is now mann&eturing a superior article of FAMILY VL0UR " which will be delivered to persons at market prices. He has also on handrt- supply of AlILL STUFF at all kindswhich he :will whole-Bale or retail at 1 the Mill, or deliver if desired: at the Iqwest market rates. -Having refitted his Mill with .the most improved machinery he feels that he is enabled to give general satisfaction. The highest market price paid for Wheat delivered at the Mill. • * ¦ COOPER STUFF wanted. mar 2-1—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
HEW TIN 8T0&E TH1E undersigned would most respectfully inform tho vitiiecnCof Wuynesboro' tuiu vicinity that he hits opened a ne * w r TiiiStoie oh Kast Alain' street, opposite- Stover- & WolflVDry Goods emporium, .and. keeps co-nsUmtly on hand a good supply of COOK & COAL STOVES, MORNING GLORIEScti-., at prices to suit the times. All kiiidH of wovk done in Iiik line with neatnesjj "aiiil" dispatch, such as roolilngspouiing and repairing. .-.You .-will find it to your interest, to give him a call before purehasing elsewhere. The,sign of tfui Big lted <^lflee PotAlways on the post.— Tliunkful for jiast favors he hopes fora c.ohtinuancu of the RUine, Your.-i Be:-pcctfully, nov 1!) CLAYTON M.-FUKY.
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
WJLY2ZE8BQBQ' SAESBW ¦ ' AND CONFECTIONARY! THE subscribers announces to the public that they have'opened a Bakery and Confectionary on Main Blrcot, ¦ Woynesboro', opposite the ''Bowden House"where persons at all times can be supplied with fresh Bread, RollsPretzelsall' kinds of Sweet Cakes, wholesale or retail. A full supply of Candies, Nuts, Fruits, etc., always on hand.— ICECREAM regularly supplied during the season. Having erected at coasiderable expense a first-class Bake House they are confident that in this department of their business they ran give general satisfaction.: They therefore solicit a share of public patronage. ' may 5—tf . SL13AMMAN & MORT.
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
ETVEBYI HTERTI FIJHE undersigned informs the public gon-A orally tluit iia.lias purchased the Iaverj heretofore, owned by Krank. Weagleyant] is fully, prepared.to meet the wants o£ the community in his line of business. ,. He has had all his carriages neatly re paired -and' refitted. and hisliotses are safe, gentle and fast travellers. - Parties conveyed to any pqintdesired, accompanied by n careful driver. •' ; Office at the Waynesborq' Hotelwhere an, attentive hostler will be in . attendanco ' at alllionraofthe flight and day. BSfc.No effort will be spared to accommodate all who may patronize him. . . - . , . Dec. 17. ts.. . . WM.. FUNK.
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
joseph ippxra-i^s, ATTORNEY AT LAW, .. v iVAYNESBORO' , PA. Practices in the several Courts of Frariklin and adjacent Counties. ¦ ¦ N. B.r-Real Estate leased and soldand Fife Insurance effected on reasonable terms. December 10,1871. JOHN A. H V.SJSOXCi, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ¦ » HAVINCbeenadmited to Practice Law nt the several Courts in Franklin County, al) business entrusted to his care -will be promptly attended to. Post Oflice address Mercersburg, Pa. . ' . .<?
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
ba ' r^: ¦wjk.is' nn iD VOLINEY& S( iNS will pay the highest market pi-ioo fir (?"(, iMirdsofRiiek and llhuk Oak liail; di-livi;n-.l :tt. tlieir Tannery in U'ayneslioio. .-UiJps am! Skins taken in nncj woijthcil :i( (lie collar of 0. Rut In*' Shoe ' Store, JTer>'/u< li the 1 liighest inai'liet. price will be inuvl. - April 21, . 1S7O... 7-3CHOBiAS j7tffiLEEK*7~ :mfr cha n t ta il ojt, AMI . ' .fiEST roll • ¦ • " il • . ni^C. r Eli'Si . .aE\VIX(5-?.LACIIFK.&3. :
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
ported---by the dozen " and half dozen. Also a large stock of common Teas and dishes. NOTIONS AND SUNDRIES.—Baskets, buckets, broomstubs, brushes, soaps-clothes s, -pins, pocWet bookses¬ sences/Barlow's 'blue, chewing tobacco and segars&c, &c. . I ask tlie public to call and examine.— Will always try to make the prices suit cash buyers. April 20,1871. • W.A.REID.
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
FOE- SALE A large Merchant Mill, situate in HaiTord County, Md., about.li niiles froifl VMgcwood, -on the I'hil'n. AVil & Bait. K. K., has 4 rim of Burrswith capacity of 20,0(10 barrelswhich with a liirnill outlay can be increased to :>0,000 barrels. Also, a line farm adjoining the niill^contaiiiiu^ :»H) acres200 of which is cleared nnd in a high state of cultivation. There are three houses on the farm, also, barn, stable,!q>rn honfo, &i: 1C. J. KNOW A CO.„ , No. 10 Spcxirs Wharf, Ualt., Md. Mav 4 3m.
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
QPiA-Qia:3^!iA.K:i3srG The'Eiilif Suriber ai^iionnres to Iiis friemls and the public that lie has purchased the Couch Factory formerly owned by Israel Hess, and is nqw engaged in tho above lm;--iuos-i, on Main Street, at the Kast end of Wuynesboro. Haying .a knowledge of the luisiness, anil employing none but tlie ' liest workmen, an<! liy MtrictiiKcntion to bn.^i iU'Ks lie hopes lo inorit a sharp of pulrouagc. All kind»uf new-wurkoii hantl orders filled inomptly. Jan. 1-rif. -" <iEO. IJ. HAWKER:
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
BEEF, BEEF THE subscriber announces to his customers and the public that he will coutinno to furnish a prune nrticle of Beef at the Sellar in the Walke Building on Monday evening, -Tuesday morning, Thursday evening and Friday-morningregularly durinp; the season. Customers also supplied with Veal and Lamb when desired. Thankful for past patronatto lu; hopes by selling nothing but the choicest nieiits to merit a continuance of the snrpe. " <C may 25—tf THOS. J. OUNKIXbllAM.
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
ASSIGNiEE"^ NOTICE, "VTOTICE is hereby that tho undersigned Xl baa been appointed assignee of George Lisinger df: Pikesyille; - Franklin Co., Pa., under a deed of voluntary assignment ' for the benefit of creditors. . All .persons indebted to the said Gegrge Lisirigor will make payment, and those having claims win present the same properly-autliencated.for settlement. , JJETER ROUZER, June l-3t -"^ ' -j-.'j Assignee.
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
Also at the same time and placeif not previously disposed of at Private Sale, A Portable Engine and Circular Saw; Mill, all in perfect order. TERMS:—All sums of and. above S3 acredit of six montbjs will' be g iven, thepurchasam givuiy their Alules toilh. ii[jpiGved"8eett—^ rity; all sums under $5cash. No goods to. ( be removed until settled for.' • •' JulyC-ts. JOHN MILLEEofJ. ;
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
IQISSOLTTTTOIN" THE . partnership heretofore existing between Miller & Beaver was dissolved on the 1stof March 1871by mutual consent. Tho Books aro at the old stand and will bo settled by J. W. Miller. All persons indebted are requested to call and settle immediately. . . - • _ The business will hereafter bo conducted by J. AV.MILLEK&CO: mar lC-tf