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Id=242 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
J. W. MJXLEB. G» O. WTT.T.ttlF J.W.MILLEB,&CO Have lately incroased their stock by the addition of a large and handsome assortment-of-Fall-and—Winter-Goods-and-are no.v prepared to supply their customers with every thing in the way of Dry Goods, &c In thpir stooV will be found all the- loadstyles of Dress Goods, 6uch as BLACK & COLORED ALPACCAS, FRENCH POPLINS, SILK FINISHED MOHAIRS, POPLIN PLAIDS, WOOL PLAIDS. EMPRESS CLOTHf, " : FBENeiHfeKENOS; Beautiful Styles long and square Shalls, ©Eil§ mMIM SQQSS, Plain and Fancy CassimeftsBlue; Black and Brown Coating3Black and Brown Beaver Cloths for Overcoats. New Style Paper Collars and Neck ' Ties.. Gloves, Hosiery, Cufls and Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, over and undershirts, Drawers, A FULL LINE BOOTS & SHOES Ladies, Misses and Childrons Morocco Shoes Ladies and Misses'Lasting Gaiters, Ladies and Misses Gum Sandals, Mens and Ladies Artie Over Shoes, Men and Boys Custom-made Boots for Wintor. Gzrpe...
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
HE WATERLOO OF 1871 TSE GREAT FALL CAMPAIGN I XHE ADVANCE IN pEY GOODS. A Grand Swindle! - A Giant^PraudT! NO SEASONABLE CAU SE FORITI Thea listen to the -voice,of reason and trust to your own judgment. Bay your goods where you am (jet the best value for the least money. Jusi think of the price for Buttons. Pins, Tapes, Spool Cotton, Needles, Shoe Stringsand Hooks and Eyesand 'remember that wben you branch, out into finer goods the waste is much heavier. Look at the SMASHING BARGAING ' we are now offering in the face of the cry of high prices. . . ' . - - Heavy standard Muslins at 12} quoted at 13} by bail Merhnack prints at lie, for which the agent asks 12; Splendid Alpacas at 30c, worth 45c " ;-Pure Mohair Alpacas at 40c, wholesale price55c; Rich Lustres and Silk Warps at 50c f regular price 75; Magnificent beauties in Dress Goods 37}, wcth 60; Handsome Dress Goods at 25c, case price 37}; Auction Bargains at 12} and 2i). The ignorant country merchant cries out against Au...
Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
TABLES. Dining Table, six legs, $7,50 to 9 Breakfast do.four legs, 5 to 6 Alar, do 20 diff. paterns9,10,12 to 15 .Extension Tables per foot 2 to 8 CHAIRS. Windsor or Wood seats (J doz) $5, 6, 7 to 1( Cane seats (J doz.) U1011J, 12i to 3C (Have over 600 of the above on hand.) Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to £ Cane Seat Rocking Chairs2 to 7 Willow Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to K Spring Seated Chairs, Upholstered in Hair Cloth, Broeatel, Hep and Terryranging in price per half dozen from 25 to 7£ Rocking Chairs uphol. as above 9 to 15 Tete-a-'i'etes, uphol. as above. (each) from SO, 22, 25, 30 to 75 Box or plain Sofas, from , 18, 20 to 30 Lounges upholstered in Hair Cloth, Broeatel, Rep, Terry and Damask, Spring Seats (each) from 7, 8, 9,10,11,12 to 30 WARDROBES. Imitation Walnut, for §10,12,14, 16 to 30 Solid Walnutfor 1518. 2025 to CO B@»Also, side Boards, Wash StandsMattressesand in fact everything in the lurniture line. The limits of an advertisement is entirely too narrow to gi...
Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
tlie^e lots have Cisterns and convenient outhoufes—one of them an excellent well of water. These dwellings have been erected within the last two years—are each large enouah and especially arranged to suit two families, are well plastered. ' ceiled and finished up in complete style in every respect. Nos. 4, 5 and 6— THREE BUILDING LOTS immediately adjoining 'on the South side of the above dwellings arid lots—of the same width and length. These lots are nicely locatedand are as desirable building lots as any in the borough and will be sold separately. All of tho foregoing real estate is subject to the dower interest of the heirs of John Gilbert, sen., deceased. No. 7—Being all of that excellent tract of land, lying and being situate partly in Washington township, adjoining Borough of Wayneaboro' and partly in said borouph—North side—on Mount Hope road to Chambersburg, containing ABOUT ELEVEN ACRES, which will be sold in tracts to suit purchasers, either a3 building lots or ' for...
Id=219 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
PRIVATE £A.E f HE undersigned, Executor of the Estate • of John Lantz, Sr.jlateof Guiltord townshipdee'd.offers at Private Salethe following described Real Estatebounded by landa of Jacob Stoufler, John Metz and Benj. Metz being situated on the Falling Spring road and Chambersburg and Gettysburg turnpike' and containing aqres of first quality Limestone Land. The improvements are a two story Brick Dwelling Houshaving 12 rooms2 basements and 2 celars ; wash and bake houses under 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 fruitand 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, containing ...
Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
'pHE undersigned will offer at public I sale—in front of Minter'a Hotel in Wayboro', Penna. .. . On SATURDAY 25th of NOVEMBER, at 10 o'clock. A. M.all that.valuable real estate described below, viz: . No. 1—A VALUABLE FARM lying and being situated in ^Washington and Quincy townships, Franklin county, Pa., ' along the Chambersburg road; bout three miles from Waynesboro 1 Pa.bounded by lands of J. H. GordonSamuel Foreman Ephraim Snider and others. This farm contains 165 Acres and 20 perches, i? 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-boardet wagon shed, corn crib and all other necessary out-buildings. There is a well of never failing wat r in the yardand the west branch of tho Antietam Creek runs through the farm close to the barn. The orchard is
Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
iiiiiis lias i rfHE subscriber informs the public that JL he is proprietor of the Buss line running daily between Waynesboro', and Geencastle, heretofore run by Wolfersberger & Stoner. With good horses and a first-class fourhorse Omnibus he is enabled to convey passengers fo and fro with comfort and convenience. » His Buss will leave Waynesboro', at6J A. M., arriving at Greencastle a.t 8, making quick time and sure connection with the first Passenger train at 8} A. M. Leaves Greencastle at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving at Waynesboro'at 6 45. He is himself Proprietor, Contractor and Driver. Delivers Adams Express matter to and from Greencastle. All Express matter expressed the same morning and through to Waynesboro' the same day it arrives. Persons wishing to send goods b y Express will do well by riving 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=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
one of the finest anywhere—all choicelruit. The Wharf Flouring Mill is only about one hundred yards distant from the premises. No. 2—BEING A LOT OF MOUNTAIN LAND, lying on South Mountain along the turnpike road between V. B. Gilbertsand M.Qnteiy_Spring3propfixty-^-and _flear_the Toll Gate, bounded by the lands of H. X. Stoner, George and Elias Snowbergercontaining 22 ACRES. This lot is well'set with splendid chestnut timber. No. 3—BEING A LOT OF LAND lying Roadbounded by lands of John Gehr and P. Wiesnerwell set withjjood-Pine, Oak and Chester tirnbeJ*-— ~~ —No-4=ArMOUNTAIN- LOTcontaining 16 acres and 110 percheswell set with ChjBtnut and Pine timber, bounded by lands E. MillerNich. Bonbrake, and others. The above tracts of land can be seen by applying to Simon Lecrone, Samuel Nicodemu8-or-<jreor-J>-Balsley-< Terms made known on day of sale LEVI SANDERS. Nov 2—ts G. V. Mono, Auct.
Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
HAVING THREE STORE ROOMS, filled with every variety of Furniturefrom a plain ^ cpmmoiLarticle, to the finest inuse, he feels warranted in saying that he can please all tastes. EXAMINE LIST OP PRICES. BEDSTEADS. (^ttag^=Iinitatroiinof-Wahnit—$5r6 r^rto-8 Solid Walnut 8, 9, to 10 Jenny Lind— 3-Arch Top Panel, . Walnut " " 14,16, to 18 3-Arah. Top Panel, . Imitation • 1012, to 14 Round, Corner-foot3 Panels Walnut Carved - 25 to'30 " " FootOval Panel AValnut, Moulded 30, 35, to 40 Antique-TNesv Style 2530, 35, 40, to 60 Fine Antique Chamber Suits, Full Marble 130 to 175 Cot. Chamber Suits 35, 38, 40,45, to 60 "SoTid'WalnuTSults "CO, '/5, to 85 BUREAUS.
Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE THE Waynesboro' Building Association' will offer at pnblic sale in front of Minter's Hotel, in Wayne=boro'Pa.on Saturday the 16. day of December, next, the following real estate, to wit: No.l-BeinguNEWTWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE22x24 ft..situated on the extension of Mechanic Streetjust outside the borough line of Wayn«tboro'. The house is well plastered anil in excellent repairhas a cistern and all necessary outhouses, 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 Brownand others. The house is a comfortable two story log dwelling, lying on the Mt. Alto Forge Road, and would make a desirable home for any person of moderate means. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock when term" will be made known 1OT9 GEO. V. MONG, Auct
Id=244 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
FAXRYIEW MILL FAMIL Y FL 0 Uli, ETC. TIIE unrlerrignod having refitted and nddp' 4 nil the JntCKt improvements to his Mill, jbt ncrlj Franlz'n) announces to tho public tiiat he is c"w rnnnofactnrinz 'a superior nrtielc of FAMILY FLOUR, which will hp delivered to persons at inarkat price:. He has also on hand a etroplj- of MILL STUFF of al! kindswhich he -.rill trholcpalo or retail at the Mill, or deliver if dc-Fired, at the lowest market rates. Havir.3 reStted his Mill with the most improvod machinery he if-fls thai hc-ie enabled to gi\« liberal sjTincclion. • •' ._, Tbiui'nwt markotj>rice sr-d fijpWhent leliTs-rtI at fbs Mill. :' - ¦ • ' •'.iPERS'vFG-SP-ranted. ' •« " .•, ' - .nnrSS—tfj J>AVJTVP4fl£fcSOX:
Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
ADJOURNED 3P-T7 BIiIO IS ^k. X* EJ • OF REAL ESTATE ! *T*HE-nndersigne4-will^ffer^P4ibH<^! 3 'J« ' on Friday and SaturdayIhe24lhand2oih ¦irtys of Nornmber1871on the T>rpin? i "(". all that-valuable-Real-Estate-described-below Nos. 1, 2 and 3 -Being three new two story LOG DWELLING HOUSES (weathrr'-ioarded) and Lots, situate on west or Leiter.-b ire Street, in Waynesboro', Pa., North of Main Street. The lots each have a front of 41i_feet and usual leneth—all of
Id=234 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
ft GOUi&BII PROPERTY AT S s 3tri"«ra.t;o ®ale. T'HE subscriber offers at Private Sale the « FAIR VIEW MILL PROPERTY, situate 1 mile Southeast of Waynesborp'. 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-t£ 'DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
PIBST -A.E/K.I'V^.Xj AT THE MT. HOPE STORE! * - - ¦ -——. . - , rjlHE subscriber announces to his custo-J. mere and the public generally that he has just returned from the Eastern cities and opened out a full assortment of new goods, embracing all articles usually kept by country merchants. He returns special thanks to his patrons for past patronageand asks their attention and the attention of others to his new selections. Calland compare styles and prices. W. II. BROWN. Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—tf.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and SEWJTO MACHINS! $25 cheaper than any other. For Simplicitv Durability and Beauty, they stand nnrivsuled. For Stitchin", Hemming Tacking , . V eiling, Quilting, Cording, Jinding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering & Sewing on gathers, they are unexcellei-r-Warranted. A.'E. WAYNANT S. E. Corner Diamond, Mar. 30,1S71. Waynesboro" Pa.
Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
THE GREAT EKEUSH REMEDY ^"•HE subscriber informs public that I he has the agency for the sale of Mother Noble's Healing Syrupin Washington anc" Quincy townshipsfor the cure of diseases of me Bowelsand Stomach, Female Diseases, RheumatismDropsy, Dyspepsia, &c. He has also Cot sale the MOSS OIL, —- --a cure for Consumption. These remedies nave so for in all cases given satisfaction. Best references given if required. P. O. Address, Quincy, Pa. Sept 19-3m J. C. LOHMAN, Ag't.