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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
iHEWSTERDooJOirisrit^ ":r 7JCE GREAT PAUL CAMPAIGN! THE ADVANCE IN DRY GOODS. ¦ A Grand Swindle! . I " A-GiantFraud! , If O EEASONABLE CA V SE FOB IT I Then listen to the voice of reason and trust to your own judgment -Buy your goods where you can get the heat 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.-Lookat the SMASHINGBAKGAINGwe are now offering in the &ce of the cry of high prices. Heavy standard Muslins at 12} quoted at 13} by bail Merimack prints' at lie, for which tnVagent asks 12 ;Bplendid Alpacas at 30c, worth 45e '; Pure Mohair Alpacas at 40c, wholesale price55c ;.Bich Lustres and Silk Warps at 50c; regular, price 75; Magnificent beauties it( Dress Goods 37 J, woith 60; Handsome Dress Goods at 25c, case price 37 J; Auction Bargains at 12J and 20. ' The ignorant country mercnant cneFeuTa^ g...
Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
Dining Table, six legs, ' $7,50 to 9 Breakfast do., four legs, 5 to 6 Mar. do 20 ditf. patents9,10,12 to 15 Extension Tables per foot 2 to 3 CHAIRS. Windsor or Wood seats (i doz) $5, 6, 7 to 10 Cane seats (J doz.) 9,10; 11J, 12} to 30 (Have over 600 of the above on hand.) Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to 5 Cane Seat Rocking Chairs, - 2 to 7 Willow Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to 10 Spring Seated Chairs, Upholstered in Hair Cloth, Brocatel, Hep and Terryranging in price per half dozen from 25 to 75 Rocking Chairs uphol-as above 9.to 15 Tete-a-'i'etes, uphol.as.above, • (each) from 20,22, 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 (each) from ,2,8, 9,10,11,12 to 30 WARDROBES. Imitation Walnut, for $10,12,14,16 to 30 Solid Walnutfor 15182025 to 60 8sa.Also.side Boards, Wash StandsMattressesand in fact everything in the Furniture line. The limitsof an advertisement is entirely too narrow to give a....
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
from ten to twenty pttr <iem. uwmg me advantages he has o . ver other manufacturers he can and will sell Furniture at a less price than any other Manufacturer in the State. HA3EESfi=3£HBE£rSIQ£Er3JQeMS; filled with every variety of Furniturefrom a plaincommon article, to the finest in use, h€4eels-^w«rranted-Jn_6aying_JhalLhe_ 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 r 16 r to-l& 3-Arch Top Panel, Imitation 1012, to 14 Round, Corner-foot3 Panels Walnut - Carved 25 to 30 —« fi—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. Chamber Suits 33, 38,40,45, to (SO Solid Walnut Suits 60, 75, to 85 BUREAUS. Im. Wai. 4 drawerswith^lass, ; woo<Ltor> 14,J.5,Jto-16 Im. Wai. 4 drawerswith glass, Marble top 17,18, to 30 Solid Wai. '4 drawers, ...
Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
PRIVATE SALE ?T*HE undersignedExecutor of the Estate " of John LantzSt.late of Guilford townshipdee'd.offersat Private Salethe following described Real Estatebounded by lands of Jacob Stouffer,JohnMetz andBenj. Metz being situated on the Falling Spring road andChambersburg and Gettysburg turnpike' and containing SEVEN" ACRES of first quality Limestone Land. The im" provementa are a two story Brick Dwelling Houshaving 12 rooms2 basements and 2 eelare ; wash and bake houses nnder 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 fruit and cherriespears, 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 Crawford, on the Gettysburg turnpike, about one mile South-East of Greenwood, containin...
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WAYNESBOR ff i PA,, IKSCB& AfiAJSST LOSS OB DAMAGE BY FIRS On all safe class property at reasonable rates OFFICERS: W. 8. AMBERSONPresident. Simon Leoeou, Vice President. Joa. DouglasSecebtaEv. Joa. W. MttiBB, Treasurer. DIRECTORS: W. s; Amberson , Simon tecrori , Lewis S. Forney, Jacob Hoover, Jos. DouglasJos. Price Jacob J. Miller, ' Jos. W. Miller, Bern. E. Funk, D. B. Russell, Levi Sanders, Jacob Good. DAVID M. GOOD, Agent, june 16, '70J Wayneaboro', Pa
Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
ililiiS tlitl THE subscriber informs the public that he is proprietor of the Buss line running dail y between Waynesboro', and Geencastie, heretofore run by Wolfewberger & Stoner. With good horses and a first-class fourhorse Omnibus he is enabled to convey passengers to and fro with comfort and convenience. _ His Buss will leave Wtiynesboro', at 6} A. M., arriving at Greeneastle at 8, making O j Uiek time and sure connection with the first Passenger train at 8-1 A. M. Leaves Grcencastle at 5 o'clock, E. 31., arriving at Waynesboro'at G 45. He is himself Proprietor, Contractor and Driver. Delivers Adams Express matter to and from Green' castle. All Express matter expressed ths same morning and through to Waynesboro' the same day it arrives. Persons wishing to send goods by Express will do well by giving him a call. Persons wishing to go to Hagerstown should take this rout. The train leaves at 915 making connection with the Washington County Railroad. aug 20 tf] J. R. WO...
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
& quality; Four Hundred and Fifty peices Cassimere, in one lot for ten thousand dollars. A QUARTER OF A MUaJONBLANKETsT^ fe-oire-mntctretl thousand dollars: SLzty Caseaof Flannels, below manufacturers prices. This is the musicand these prices that crowd our Stores whilst other merchants stand in astonishment and watch the crowd go by. We claim to be working on the short line—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 Tow prices meveTything:— CALDWELL & COMPANY Right by the Court House, - HAGjaBSTOWS. MP.. AND Sfyrth East Corner Public Square, WAYNESBORO' , PA. oct. 26
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
J. B. CBOWSLL. J. DEARDORPF. JLB.CROWEMi&CO., ^^R-E-EJi^aA-S^i-Er-FA^—woultfbe pleased to call the attention of the public to their large stock of Hemlock and White Pine Lumber. —All-the-different-grades-of boards~in the rough, together with fTcmlnpk Flnnrimr Ealingfl- Whitc Pine Flooring, Plastering Lath's German Siding, Shingles, &c. &c. Also keep on hand or manufacture at short notice SashBlindsDoors. Shutters, &cl &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 2G—It
Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
1STEW TIN STOKE IHfiHE undersigned would most respectfully JL Inform the citizens of Waj'nesboro' and vicinity " that he has opened a new Tin Store on East Main street, opposite ' Stover & Wolff's 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 hit line with neatness and dispatch, such asroofiing; spouting and repairing. You will find it to your interest to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. The sign of tho Big Red .Coffee PotAlways on the post.— Thankful for past favors he hopes for a. continuance of the same. - Yours Respectfully, nov 19 >' CLAYTON M. FREY.
Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
LIVERY? LXVEKY- FT1HE undersigned informs the public gen-JL erally that he has purchased the livery heretofore owned by ifruuk. Wcugiey. - ntl is fully prepared to " meet, tlm wants of the community in his line of business. He has nad all his carriages neatly repaired and refittedand his horses aio safe, gentle and fast travellers. Parties conveyed to any point desired, accompanied by n eureful driver. Office at the Wa3'ne?borq' Hotelwhere an attentive hostler will be in attendance at all hours of the night and day. BS&,No effort will be spa ' red to accommodate all who i nav patronize him. Dec. 17, ts. - W3r. FUNK.
Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
A DESIRABLE PK8PEI11TV AT Private Sctlo. THE subscriber offers at 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 bund in the county of Franklin. For particulars address the subscriber at Pittston, Pa.or call on W. S. Amberson, in Waynesboro 1 . July 27-tf. DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
I BBW Wlilfl UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and S Ell ] KG MACB1KS! $25 cheaper than any other. For Simplicjtv Durabilitv and Beauty they stand unrivalled. ForStitching, Hemming Tucking, Felling, Quilting, Cording Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering & Sewing on gathers, thev arc unexcelled.— "Warranted. A.;E. * WAYNANT S. E. Corner Diamond, ; Mar. 30,1871. WavnwhnrrV Pa.
Id=224 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
THE GREAT FNPLJSH RJMEDY HpHE subscriber informs the public thai I he has the agency for the sale of Mother Noble's Healing Syrup," in Washington am ' Quincy townshipsfor . tho cur_e of diseases of the Bowelsand Stomach., Female Diseases, RheumatismDro]>f.y, Dyspeptfin, ¦&c. He has also-for-sate-thc- - . MOT3S ' OIL', a cure for Cbrisuinpliaju-... TheEe remedies have so for in all capes given satisfaction-, '..Best-references triven if required. P. O. Address, Quinev, Ph. ¦ septum : ¦'i.vcmss&s^e 'tr
Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
NOTICE TO THE LADIES NEW MILLINERY GOODS} MISSES. STICKLE & GORDON, announce to the ladies of Waynesboro' and vicinity, tbat 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 styles, learn prices, &c. SeptlD-tf .. •
Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
BOOT AND SHOMAKOTG T^HE subscriber would inform the public 1 that he is at all times prepared to make o order Gents Coarae or fine Bootsalso coarse or fine work for Ladies or Missesin.-cludinf; the latest style of lasting Gaiters.— Repairing done at short holiceand measures, taken in private .families if desired Shop on East Main Streetin the room formerly occupied by J. Elden, as a flour and feed stqre. , . ' . THOS. J. HOLLTNGORTH. SW
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
M»Nl!lOTAyraNJ NSTIitiEt LETTERS of Administration on the estate of Geo. Besore, late of Waynesboro', dee'd., having been granted to the undersigned. AH 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 i Nov 2-6t A. H. STKICKLER, Adm'r.
Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 9 November 1871
LUMBER, LUMBER, &c The subscriber has for sale Chestnut ShinglesPailingsi Plastering LathsShingling Laths, Pine Lumber from a half to one inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnished to order. AlsoOak, Pine and Chestnut Wood by the load for sale on the ground. 6Sy*He has also Ice for sale. April 23 tt A. S. MONN.