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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

JJfiHSog killing has^ommenced. • J6€S"Jt., E. Meeting this afterncon. S®»Theman with a "brick" . in his hat has icft towa. S^Coagress meets four weeks from Mottddy last. ia@»Presh Oysters at Ecid's to-morrow (Friday) evening. - J&sirCranbcrries, first of the season, can traw .be had at,Reid's. . . . . JKafGet your smoked glass—not tin—xsaAy for tlic next total eclipse of the sun-It will- take place in June, 1954.. B@,John Wantz, an eld citizen of Hagerstown, died on the 24th ultimo, ag- , ed 60 years. ¦ ' A new German Lutheran church will be dedicated in Hagerstown. on Christmas. Fob Sale.—Jacob J. Miller, offers at Private Sale in to-d&y'a paper the Barnhart property, a valuable small farm. • BSfRumor reports several cases of small pox in this^county. Vaccination is the only preventative. Bg^- Thos. McAfee, Mercersburg, shot a wild turkey one day last week. Weight 20 pounds' So says the Spirit. % B5&»The man who is largely in arrears at this office was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

IBaptsftom' flllitjjc $ml-Thursday, Iffoveinfoer 9, *Tl J?sess fob S&LE.^: Wo sM/have for sale the Washington Press upon which the Jleeoad was-printed previous to its enlargement. Price, §100. '\^ fl©"Tmprisonineiit for debt Tstill exists in the State of New York. ¦ BSKNebraskans who " neglect to Vote are Tidden on a rail. _ h^ r r B®- Tb.e best coal sells in ' Hafrisbuis at §3,50 to §5,50 per ton. ., n m »i m ffgyA heavy mortality from yellow fever continues to be reported from Charleston S. C, a'ud from Yieksburgan ' d Natchez, Miss. ' . , BS-Mayof Wells, oi' Salt Late City, who is charged with- being concerned in the-tt*rders perpetrated by. the Mormons has been held hi-§50,000 bail- by . Chiei Justice McKean. m » ^ — — Bgifa.Mi'i. Tail, tho roan nuT^ T '" California, has been refused a new trial Tho argument on a demurrer comes uj in a few days, but there-is little hope foi the prisoner. —^8@^FrederJek-Doug lass r JEaa_on_Jatur : day unanimously nominated for the L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS. ' E®,Goods sold by the yard, cat free of charge, at Boemer & Waynanf s: > ESkChromos, Stereseopes and Views for sale at greatly reduced prides at the Diamond ..Gallery. . "., BSJpPersrins knowing themselves indebted to &, C, Brackbili will please call and seitldi. r- ."<- i- - .. ' .: ¦* ' ¦ ¦ • .. I25uBraokbiU~ia taking-the following nfi&fciyle tPhotpgraphs: Medallion Vtg. netted Merso Tintb; Cabinet and Victoria . Call and see specimen ts and have 'your >1ioto<rraph' taken. Two Dollaes Fine. —The rush for Dry Goods at the establishment of Caldwell & Co., (Right by the Cpurfc House) on Tuesday last, was bo great: that,, at times, it was impossible to gain admittance. >,'' " ¦ ' ••' During the daj.forty-five cases of New Goods were unloadened in front of the Store, and as all hands were busy 'inside, they remained there until night before being unpacked. Such an unusual arrival, of course,.attrac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

Nov — . ov >—u Attorney. public; sale OP ''j^HE undersigned will oflfer at public I sale—in front of Minter's Hotel in Wayboro', Penna. On SATURDAY 25th of NOVEMBER, at 10 o'clockA. M., all that valuable real estate described below, viz : No. 1—A VALUABLE FARM l y ing and being situated in Washington and Quincy townships, Franklin countyPa., along the Chambersburg roadabout three miles from Waynesboro'Pa.bounded by lands of J. H. Gordon, Samuel ForemamEphraimSnider and others. This farm contains 165 Acres and 20 perches, is one of the best in the aforesaid townships, being in a high state of cultivation. The improvements consist of a good, two story WEATHER-BOARDED DWELLING, a commodious bank barnweather-boarded, wagon shed, corn crib and all other necessary out-buildings. ¦ There is a well of never falling watT in the yardand the west branch of tho Antietam Creek runs through the farm close to the barn. The orchard is one of the finest anywhere^—all choice fruit. T...

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

- - ADJOURNED PTJBLIO S^. XJi E3 - OF . .. . REAL ESTATE ! HpHE undersigned will offer at Public Sale ? on Friday and Saturday, the 24th and25th days of NovemberJ.871on the premisesall that valuable Real Estate described below . Nos. 1, ? and 3 —Being three new tWstory LOG DWELLING HOUSES ¦ - (weatherboarded) and Lots, situate on west or Leitertburg Street, in Waynesboro', Pa., North of Main Street. Tho lots each "have a front of 41J feet and usual length—all of these lots have Cisterns and convenient outhouses—one of them an excellent well'of water. These dwellings have been erected within the last two years—are each large enough and especially arranged to suit two families,'are well plasteredceiled and finished up in complete style in every respect. Nos. 4,5 and 6— THREE BUILDING LOTS immediately adjoiningjon the South side of the above dwellings and lots—of the same width and length. These lots are nicely located, and ure as desirable building lots as any in the borough and...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

Piles.—Look at those features and see the agony depicted in the face. It cannot life helped while the trouble remains.— Thesufferingfrom piles is of a very aggravated decription. 1 You cannot walk with any comfort; you cannot ride in peace; you 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 comfort, in many instances increasing the difficultyto analarm'gextent. UseDr.Briggs' Pile Remedies accord'g to directions to cure internal, external, itchingorbleedingpiles. They are mild and reliable, and warranted a3 represented. •• Sold by Druggists. »gi-Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails and their attendant ills, have been, in years gone by, and will be in years to come, a course of much discomfort and unhappinesa to those who are annoyed with them. By persistent efforts and untiring .perseverencc, Dr. J. Briggs gave the suffering humanity his remedies—Alleviator and Cur...

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

On the 31st ult, by Rev. J. S. Kieffer, Mr. Levi Row and Misp Kate Wise, both of the vicinity of Leitersbtfrg. Jig ' A.S/BfETS. - „ WAYNESBORO' MAKKET. (COERECTED WEEKLY.) BACON 8c HAMS ~ ".14 BUTTER .:...„ 18 EGGS •: 1(5 LARD 5. 7 POTATOES ; ....75 APPLES—Dried ; 75 APPLES—Green 60 HARD SOAP. 5 Philadelphia, Nov. 6. FLOUR.—The flour market is quiet the demand being limited to the.immediate wants of the hoiue consumers, whose purchases foot up 500 barrels, including superfine at $5,25@5,75; extras at $5,874 0j}6,25; Wisconsin extra family at 87,25 mT,oO; Minnesota do. do. at S7,75@8,25; Pennsylvania, Indiana and Ohio do. do. at $7(2,7,50, and fanoy brands at $7,75@ 8,50, as in quality.. Ryo flour may . be <juotecrat$5..., GRAIN.—The receipts as well as the stb?lte'wf wheat sre licht. but tbs ciemand is quite limited; Sales:of penn 'a. and "Western red at $l,55@l,<50f ambeyat $1,-61@l62,and white at $1,65; Rye is Bteadyat 91c. Com attracts but little attention; sa...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

AsTHACHATf-SACQUES. —PureJ&strachan Sacques will last a lifetime. Prices this season are in sympathy with the low prices for Ladies Furs. Never within our experience covering twenty years in the fur trade have,we known prices so favorable to buyers. No article in Ladies' Wear affords more real comfort, or cost Jessjnoney^proportionately than Ladies' Furs or Genuine Astrachan Cloaks.— Come and see for^yourselves and look at our makeof ladies New Style of Dog Skin €Hoves^br-JV\cinter—ef-4S74 r-at—Cbd& gbaef's Hat, Glove and Fur factory, opposite Washington House Hagerstown Md., • • Nov. 9—4t. B@~If you want a nice suit of clothes got up in the most fashionable shape and at prices as low as ready-made clothing go to Boerner & Waynant's. ES&. A Sewing Machine .for everybody. Prices $15, $20, $25, sold on the easiest terms,. Also the celebrated Wilson New Steel Underfeed $45 Sewing Machine, at Boerner & Waynant's.

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

PUBLIC mLE rpHE subscriber ^ntendiiigiio quit farm-I ingWill sell at public saleou-Th/unday November the 23,1871, at his residence two miles from Wayneaboro', and ono mile from the Nuneiy, the following personal property, to wit: V ' .' ..'--• ' 2 Head Horses, one a No: 1 Family Horse, 1 Milch' Cow I Fine Durham Bull 3 yeariold, 2 Fat Hoes 1 extra New Two-Horse Wagon, with Bed * and Spring Seat, two inch tread, 1 Cart, 1 Rockaway Buggy and Pole-oneTroting Buggy, 1 Spring Grain Rake, 1 Hand Cart, 1 Three Horse Plow1 New Two Horse Gap Plow1 Double Shovel Plow2 Harrows, doublethreble and single trees1 Wheat Fan, shovels, rakes; forks1 mattock, 1 1 large wagon jack, Eminerts patent2 eet good plow gcarsj. 2 new nynets2 housins, 1 blind bridle, a lot of three bushel bags, 1 Barrel of Pure Sidor-vinegar, and ¦ many other articles .not .necessary to -mention.— bale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day ^w4jea-t«r-nis T w4U-be-ni^de-kBo-wn45V- „ " ISRAEL HESS. " Nov 2—ts Geo. V. Moko, ...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

PUBLIC SALE. • OF VALUABLE 3I _ 0llXTALUMDi r |' HE subscriber will sell at Public Sale 5 on Friday the 17th 0/ November, the fol- , lowing described lots situated in Washington and Frederick Counties, Md.} of a mile from Samuel Royer'a und sainu distance from Gennantown and the W. M. R. R., viz: ' No. 1, containing 10 acres and 33J -perches. No, 2, Adjoining No. 2, contains 13 acre» and 1371 perches. No. 3, adjoining No. 2, contains 11 acres and 140 perches. No-. 4, adjoining No. 3, contains 21 acres more or less. The above tracts of land are heavily set with thriving timber such as chestnutoak. and hickory, &c, the above tracts will be sold on the premises. Sale to commenfu at 10 o'clock on said day when terms will be made known bv da ' niel holsixger. Oct 26—ts Geo. V. Mo.vg, Aucfc.

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

©frKMSiVtE rpHE subscriber, administrated- of the I estateiof Geo. Besorclate ofWaynesbo-. ro', flec'd,-will sell at Public Sale at the residence of said dee'd, on Saturday, November 18th , the following personal property,- to 1 FAMILY CARRIAGE. 1 Fallinjc-top Buggy, 1 Spring Wagon, 1 Sud-*Her a-set«-UaT-ire. sa; ft Ten-plati»_i>lj ms< r _J_ Parlor Wood Stove, 4 Bedsteads, 1 Mattress, 2 33 XJ Tl 3E3 .A. XT S , 2 Dinning Tables, 4 Small Tables, 2 Pnrlor Erbtesr2=WTtslr^Hwti r 2-A\'riting=ia--ks ?=a Sofas1 Lounge, (i sets Chairs3 Rockhi" Chairs, 1 Centre Table, I first-rate Rifle1 Snot Gun, J Bgg k Cat»e with writingt-tablcT 1 Clock, 1 Sink, • ONE SEWINGMACHINE, and a variety of other articles no t-neci'ssary^to montion. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day when terms will bu made known. . " " A. H. STRICKLER , Adm'r. Oct 2G—ts Geo. V. Mon'u, Auct.

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

HOUSE A.\'D LOT FOB SALE '"F'HE followi»" property will be offered at I public Bale by the undersigned, Assignees ofConradRuths, on Saturday Nov. 11., 1871, viz. A HOUSE AND LOT, fronting 45 feet on Main St. in the borough of Waynesboro' Pa; and bounded on the 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 lafge 1 Brick and Brick cased Log House, suitable to . be divided for two families, ateo a good cistern, wash house and NEW FRAME STABLE . thereon. The property will bo offered entire or divided to suit purchasers. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock when terms will be mukc known by the undersigned W; 8. AMBERSON, T. S. CUNNINGHAM, Oct. 19-rts. ¦ Assignees.

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

REAL ESTATE FOR S1LE THE Waynesboro' Building Association will offer at public sale in front of MinteT > s-HotelHn-Wayflesbnro!-PaT--on_&&iE=_ day the 2d day of December, next, the following real estate, to wit: No. 1-Bcing a NEW TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE22x24 ft., situated on Uiu Bxtunsk)M-e>fMe«hanic-Sti ! e6t5-just = oufc= side the borough line of Waynpsboro'. Tho house is well plastered and in excellent repairliasTrei^tern-Tnid-aH-nrefcssary--otttbouses, and choice young fruit on the lot. No. 2-^ A HOUSE AND LOT lying in Washington Township, ¦ Franklin County, Pa., bounded by lands of heirs of Leah Barnes, Henry Brown, and others. The house is a comfortable two story log dwelling, lying on the Mtf'Alto Forge Road, and would make a desirablu home for any person of moderate means. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock when tenn« "'ill be made known 1 ov 9 GEO. V. MONG, Auct. "

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

A DESIRABLE SMALL PROPERTY AT Private Sale. 'I'"HE undersignedAttorney forthe heirs I of Elizabeth Barnhartdee'd., offers at Private Sale a desirable small farm, situated irt Washington townshipadjoining lands of C. Beaver," Henry Miller and Simon Lecrone, ' containing 21 ACRES AND 115 PERCHES, bast quality, limestone land. The improvements are, A COMFORTABLE LOG HOUSE, Tenant House, Frame Barn, Carpenter ShopSmoke House, Hog Penan excellent Orcharda Well of Good Water, &c. For terms, &e., apply to JACOB J. MILLER, 9tf i\i

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

^^^^^^fe ^^^'^^^ ^^P^^&f ^¦¦ft a^h^b ~^^m>_ _^__*. -. I »XJ33XjiIO S.a.Xj lES OF REAL ES T33L TET BY virtue of an order of the Orphans Court of Franklin County, Pa., the undersigned will expose to public sale, on Tuesday. November , 21st , 1871, the following property, viz: —Lot No. 1 containing — 1 -£Loor© iOJPeroli.es, neat measure, situated in the borough of. Waynesboro', bounded by the lands of J H. Clayton, o» the South " by South St., on the West by George Frick, on the Norrti by an Alley. —Lot-Noi-2—containing—-

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

THE subscriber intending to leave Ringgold 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 toolsWagon Maker tools, about 20 or 25 hundred pounds of old Iron, 2 Scape of BessWheelbarrowShovels, .ForkSjSpadeMattock,Household and Kitchen .FurnitureApple butter, jars of. fruit, and many other articles too tedious to ' mention. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. -wken.ji credit of 6 months will be, given on' nil snrhs of $5 and upwards. ' JACOB MOTZ. ' oct 26—ts., . * G. V. Moho, Auct.

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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

first .A.:e,:x-v.A.x. a* ins . MT.HOPI^STOREt r | iHE subscriber announces to his custo-X mere and the public generally that he has. just returned from thoEa3tern d tics and opened out a fnir assortment of new goods, embracing all articles usually kept by country merchants. He returns special thanlssto his patrons for tfist patronageand asks their attention and the attention of others to hia new selections. Call and compare styles and. prices. . . t W. H.BRftWX. Mt. Hope. Oot, 12.—tf.

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

SMALL PROPERTY FOR SM ritfclE subscriber offers at Private Sale a JL email Tract of limestone Land containing 20} Acres, situated 3 miles Southwest of Waynesboro 1 , Franklin ' county. Pa. The improvementseonsist of ONE AND A HALF STORYLOO BOUSE ^ and Log Barn , Wood and Wash House, a never-lailine well of water convenient to the house, witn two cisterns to the buildings; also a good Apple Orchard with a -variety of choice fruit, such as pears, peaches,- cherr ies, grapes, &c. :;-i2!-t<! ANIWE^ 1 " PESGEH.

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

6 ACKES ami 78 PERCHES; neat measure, situated in Washington Township, adjoining lands D. F. Good, S. Needy, Jr., and David Stoner, son. Any person desiring information or wishing to see the property will call on the undersigned. Sale to commence at 1 o'clockP. M. when=then;omlitioiit!-of=sale=wilkbe-inRde known W. S. AMBERSON, Adm'r of Thos. H. Wallace, dee'd. Nov 2—ts G. V. Mono, Auct.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871

8ENTS gii!fi§«a ®§« c Plain and Fancy CassimeresBlue, Black and Brown CoatingsBlack and Brown Beaver Cloths for Overcoats. New Style Paper Collars and Neck Ties. Gloves, HosieryCuffsandHandkerchiefc; 1 Suspenders, over and undershirts, Drawers, &c. ' • A FULL LINE BOOTS & SHOES, Ladies, Slissbs and Childrens Morocco Shoes . Ladiea and Misses Lasting Gaiters, Ladies and Misses Gum Sandals, Mens and Ladiea Artie Over Shoes, Men and Boys Custom-made Boots for Winter. White and Grey Wool Blankets, Coverlets & Spreads, Horse Covers, Lap Robes and Buggy Kugs. Groceries, Hardware, Queenswarc, Paints, Oills, Glass and Puttv. THeirjstock this season -will be found superiOT to any they have offered and o their prices will be reasonable. Therefore all they ask is an examination of goods and prices to be convinced Oct 10th 1S71 ¦ J.-W. MILLER & CO.-PATEKTE© SEPT. 21 1869 The merits of tl»is machine consist 5 ! in part, in the, attachment., o l* curved knivo-i t...

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