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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
Astrachan Sacques.—Pure Astrachan 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 less money proportionately than Ladies' Furs or Genuine Astrachan Cloaks.— Come and see for yourselves and look at our make of ladies New Style of Dog Skin Gloves for Winter of 1871, at Updeoraef's Hat, Glove and Fur factory, opposite Washington House Hagerstown Md.. Nov. 9—4t
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
FOR SALE.—A choice farm of 183 acres in Chester Co., 30 miles from Philadelphiit. Address JABEZ BAILY, Marlboro, P. O., Pa. E ^~ H£APESTADVERTISING WTHK \V«« » .M! Fok $84 per Inch per Month, we Will insert an Advertisement in 150 FII1ST-TLASS PA.NEWPPArCBS,ISClUniSO FOITR tkes Dailies. Proportionate rates for Rmaller advertisements. list sent free. Address GKO. P. ^OWr.LL A' i <».„ 40 and-*1 PARK ROW, NEW YORK. 830. Wo -orill Pay . Agents S20 per week to our great and valuable discoveries. If you want permanent, honorable and pleasant work, applv for particulars. Address DYER & CO., Jack" son, Michigan.
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
For Atthma, Sose ColdBay JKever, etc. "Nothing so successful." —T. BIETCAT.T, Druggitt,SotUm. BecommendortbyDr.O.W. Holmet. It always rcliaia. J03.BtJE»Zir*C0., Boston, Host, sold by all drugglsta. 1?ARTH CLOSETS.—Get tlte best: Earth JEjCloset Co., aio State St.HaktfokdOr. Sole U. S. Proprietors of Moule'sMoxde & GMleslon'sLut' icr's, Waritijfs, Xewtou's and Doolittle's Patent's. The only Closets that have proved effective. The Earth Closet, by its disinfection of faces, ia the most valuable means of preventing spread 'of cholera and other contagious diseases. Send for circulars. At/tnts wanted everywhere,— Salesrooms:; 19 Doano St., Boston; 096 Broadway, N. Y.; 1221 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
ers and tne pu Dnc ne nas 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 THREE STORE ROOMS, filled with every variety of Furniturefrom a plaincommon article, to the finest in use, he feels warranted in saying that he can please all tastes. EXAMINE LIST ~ OF PRICES. BEDSTEADS. Cbttage=^Imitation-of-Walnut—$5,-6,-7, to-8 Solid Walnut 8,9, to 10 Jenny Iind—3-Arch Top Panel, Walnut ' f " 14,16, to 18 3-Arch Top Panel, Imitation __UL12,_taJA. Round, Corner-foot3 Panels Walnut• Carved 25 to 30 " " FootOval Panel Walnut, Moulded SO, 35, to 40 Antique-^New Style . 2530,35, 40, to 60 Fine Antique Chamber Suits, Full Marble 130 to 1,75 Cot. Chamber Suits 35, 38,40,45, to 60 Solid Walnut Suits 60, 75, to 85 BUREAUS. Im. Wai. 4 drawere. with glaaa ^^ wood top 1371576516 Im. Wai. 4 drawerswith glass, Marble top 17,18, to 30 ...
Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
TABLES. Dining Table, six legs, $7,50 to 9 Breakfast do., four legs, 5 to 6 Mar. do 20 diff. paterns9,10,12 to 15 Extension Tables per foot 2 to 3 CHAIRS. Windsor or Wood seats (j doz) $5, 67 to 10 Cane seats (I doz.) 9. 10llj, 12} to 30 (Have over 600 of the above on hand.) Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to 6 Cane Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to 7 Willow Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to 10 Spring Seated ChairsUpholstered in Hair Cloth, Brocatel, Rep and Terryranging in price per half dozen trom 25 to 75 Rocking Chairs uphol. as above 9 to 15 Tete-a-Tetes, 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 ' 7, 8, 9,10,11.12 to 30 WARDROBES. Imitation "Walnut, for $10,12,14,16 'to 30 Solid Walnutfor 15182025 to 60 BQ^-Also, side Boards, Wash StandsMattressesand in fact everything in the Furniture line. The limits of an advertisement is entirely too narrow to g...
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
( ADJOURNED ASSIGNEES SiULE. THE undersigned , Assignees of Henry Besore, of Washington townshipFranklin county, Pa., will expose to Public Sale, on the premisesOn Friday the 15th~day of December, 1871, at 10 o'clock, A.M.,that valuable ¦ ,1 • - and Water Right appurtenant, with" two Tenant Souses;. with about # .. ¦ 10 ACRES OF LAND, situated in Quincy township. Franklin Co., known as the "Wharf Mill Property" being midway between the Turnpike and Mt. Hope. Thiais a splendid.property. The Mill is lar£# ftad nearly new, being three stories hign, Having three pairs of Burrs and one Chopping Stone.' It has fine Water Power, an Overshot Wheel of 12 feet high. Everything in the Mill is in complete orderhaving the latest improvements the forbey and flood gates just new. It is an excellent location lor a MBRO&.AEJT MILL, and its custom work is unequalled by any in the neighborhood. BQL.Persons wishing to view the premises will please call on B. F. Burger, at the Mill, or...
Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
PRIVATE SALE ' jp HE undersigned, Executor of the Estate " of John LantZj Sr.late of Guilford town shipdee'd.offers at Private Salethe following described Real Estatebounded b y lands of Jacob Stouffer, John Metz andBenj. Metz being situated on the Falling Spring road and Ohauibersburg and Gettysburg turnpike' and containing SEYEK AOBES of first quality Limestone Land. The improvements are a two story Brick Dwejling Hous . having 12rooms2 basements and 2celars ; wash and bake houses under one roof; Frame Barn with barn floorwagon shed attached ; hog pen, buggy Rhed and all the necessary out buildings. There is also on the premises, an orchard of choice fruit and cherr iespears, peaches, plums, grapes, Acin abundance. The Falling Spring runs thro' the eud of this propety. • AlMtyat Private Sale, a" Valuable Tract of Land being situated in Greene townsnip, adjoininglands of Robert Black and John Crawford, on the Gettysburg turnpike, about one mile South-East of Greenwood, cont...
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
ADJOURNED ASSIGNEES SALE. • « HE undersigned, Assignee of Geo. Leisi inger, will sell at Public Sale, on the premiseson the 7th of December, a House and Lot of Ground, in Pikesville. The improvements are, a two story Log Shop, good Stable and other necessary out-building.-); good fencing, and a variety of CHOICK'FRUIT TREES. Terms—onethird cashremainder in two equal pay? ments. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock 'on said day.' Nov. 23—ts • PETER ROUZER, Assignee. At the same time the undersigned, Assignee of Samuel Gonder, will sell at Public riale, (Hi the premisesin Pikeavilla, a lioHMHHld-U *" T» r "' firimnri. • Thf> im¬ provements are, a one and a half STOR Y* NEW LOG HOUSE, Frame stable and other necessary out-buildings Good fencing and Fruit trees thereon Terms—one third cash, the remainder in two equal payments P. ROUZER. Assignee. Nov. 23—ts Geo. V. Mong, Auct.
Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
JEUOJL&IZEiT) ALIVE The following record of one day's accidents, all from the same causeviz: the use of inferior Coal Oil, is taken from the Philadel phia Ledger of a recent date: "The alarm of fire, last evening, at 7 o'- clock, was caused by the burning of the dwelling, corner of 16th and Poplar, resulting from the explosion of a coal oil lamp.— Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story of the dwelling had retired to her department, a few moments before the discovery of . the fire. On entering her roomshe was . found lying on the floor-wrapped in flames." "About 7 .o'clock yesterday morninga coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexan¬ der, who lives on Cowslip St. near 16th.— She was severely burned. "Margaret Colliganresiding in the rear of 618 South St., was burned by the explosion of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, while attempting to extinguish the flamewas also severely burned. Two of the above named victims have since died of their injuries." All such fearful acci...
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
V. Stoutfer, David Lohr and Samuel Needy, sen., containing —49~&cnres; cood quality limestone land. The itnprovmentsare a TWO-STORY LOG DWELLING HOUSE, and a one story and a half Log Dwelling Hou.seWash Huuse, Stone Bank BarnWagon ShedCorn Crib, Hog Pena line Orchard Choice Fruit. A stream of water runs past the buildings—an excellent spring in the vard. He also otters for sale a tract of Mountain Land situated in Frederick CoMd., adjoining lands of Yost Hiirbaugh, John W.Hoover, and otherscontaining 82 ACRES , nearly all of which is well set with thriving timber. The improvements are A STORY AND A HALF LOG DWELLING HOUSE, Log Barna Good Hog Pen, also a variety of choice fruit treesFine Spring and Spring House close to thedwelling. Persons wishing to view either properties will call on the subscriber Nov 18—ta JACOB C. STOUFFER.
Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE THE Waynesboro' Building Association will offer at public sale in front of Minter's Hotel, in Waynesboro'Pa., on Saturday the 2rf day of December, next, the following real estate, to wit: No. 1-Beinga NEWTWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE22x24 ft.situated on the extension of Mechanic Street, just outmde the borough line of Waynesboro'. The house is well plastered and in excellent repairhas a cistern and all necessary outhouses, and choice young fruit on the lot. No. 2—AHOTJSE 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 nt 10 o'clock when term "ill be ma.de known i OT 9 GEO. V\ MONG. Auct.
Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
BOW IS THIS FOR IMH JOHN FORD in returning thanks to the p ublic for their patronage jfnnounccs that be intends i - emoving his shop to the Basement of Walker's BuHding, (and not leaving town xsis the belief of manv) where he intent's carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS as usual. All persons knowing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle their accounts immediately, for I pay cash for my stock and' must have my money. Don't want to see the face of that unwelcome visitor, the Deputy from 'FortFletchar," prowling about my shop seeking whom he may devour&c. Customers will therefore find me at the Basement refered to after the first of April next. jan 26] JOHN FORD.
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
A DESIRABLE SMALL PROPOT Private Sale. - HE undersignedAttorney fortheheir. ' of Elizabeth Burnhartdee'd., offers at Private Sale a desirable small farm, situated in "Washington townshipadjoining lands of C. Beaver, Henry Miller and Simon Leorone, containing 21 ACRES AND 115 PKECHES, 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, &c, apply to JACOB J. MILLER, Nov 9—If Attorney.
Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
k DESlEtAiLi PRBPiSSTY .AT £?j?± xrm.*;& Sale. rpHE 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 found in the county of Franklin. For particulars address the subscriber at Pittston, Pa7or call on W. S. Amberson, in Wayueaboro'. July 27-tf. DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
WAYSESBOSO' COACH FACTOR! GEO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn from the firm of Adams & Haxyker the subscriber informs the public that he continues the Coaehmaking business in all its branchesat,,the old stand. He will at all times have a supply of new Buggiesdifferent kinds, on hand ; also second-handed vehicles. Repairing "done at short notice, lie uses the beht material and employs good mechanics. He returns his thanks to the public for their liberal patronage* and by attention to business and a .disposition toaccommodate hopes to merit a iiberal share of the samo in the future. Jan. 14—tf JACOB ADAMS.
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
til iliW" WIL133 UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and SEWING MACHMS! $25 cheaper than any other. For SimplicitvDurability and Beauty, they stand unrivalled. ForStitching, Hemming, Tucking, Felling, Quilting, Cording Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering & Sewing on gathers, they are unexcelled.— Warranted. A.;K. WAYNANT S. E. Corner Diamond, • Mar. 30,1871. Waynesboro" Pa.
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
FIRST .A.IR,:EL:E"V .A. ID AT THE MT. HOPE STORE ! fa'MAE subscriber announces to his custo-JL mers 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 patronagoand asks their attention and the attention of others to his new selections. .Call and compare styles and prices. W. H. BROWN. Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—tf.
Id=224 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
THE, GREAT FNPUSILBEMEOY 'PIIE t-nbscriber informs the pribiK thnt * he has tho agency for the sale of Mother Noble's Healing Syrupin. Washington iinti Quincy townshipsfor the cure of- diseases of tho Bowels ;;nd Stomach, .Female Dir<e:u i P». Rheumatism, Dropsy, Iiynpepoia, dec. He haw al&o for sale the MOSS OIL, a cure for Consumyition. The;-e remedies havo wo f;tr in nil enc-ep r iven Kilij-fadjon. JJo^t references f;iven if required. P. O. Address,, Qninov, IM. .Sept liK>.n J. C. LOlfMAN/AR't.
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871
ri^HE subscriber informs the public that X he is proprietor of the Buss hne running daily between Waynesboro'and Geencastle, heretofore run by WnlferahBTgur & Stoner. With fjood horses and a first-class fourhorse OmnibuB he is enabled to convey passengers to and ,fro with comfort and convenience. His Buss will leave Waynesboro', at 6} A. M., arriving at Greencastle at 8, making quick time and sure connection with the first Passentrer train at 84 A. M. Leaves