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Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
Alg^is^S y , Wap Sffity New classes put in oM frames. B©*"Clocks, Watches and Jewelry promptly and neatly repaired and warranted. ¦ ALEX. LEEDS. Next door to the -Town Hall, under the Photograph Gallery. ¦ July 31., Ifil ^ ^ liVU i ¦ li' Si? -1*-! 1 Has a complete assortment . LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S,/ ' , MISSES AND QqiLDBEN'S BOOTS, SHOES ll GilTERS. , Call and see goods and get prices. THO5IPSOyS-"GLOVE PITTIXG COESETS,"at • \ SMITH'S. • SCHOOL BOOKS AXD STATIOXARY, of all kinds at SMITHH IIA.T3 JLISTT) CJLFS, A full stock now ready, consisting of all the Latest tstyles, at SMITH'S. PAPER COLLARS, TIES, GLOVES, 3uBpenders, ' ovory thing in that line, at SMITH'S • Xov. 3,1870. ~~ —-Toa;n Hall Store.
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
¦ PBIVA^a SA^BEQ^/. fflHB subscriber offerstasrHOMESTEAD, X situate in Washington I'dwnshipj; Franklin county, Pa., ' two in iles South of WaynesboroV itlnngUie JKJte^lerfiing-frolaAVaynestoh/'to leiterSburg; confarinihjL - y more or less. Tlie improvements j;onsist' !jC. ajgood'-House^rpatt-titdnerand- part ^Loj?." Roughcast, ' one and a half story hi g h, with Basement. An excellent Stable' Hog Fen, (newly builtjJ-Wash-HbaserBafce^Gven ' ana -. Smokehouse, (ill incomplete order: , A SPRTNG OF EXCELI^STl^AIERlriear the house. Cistern at wash' house door, and all other necessary buildings. Also, a Fine Young Orchard of CMOICEAPPLJE TREES! About SIX.TY, PEACH TJJEES. separate from apple orchard; all;in tBriving and bear-1 ing condition. There iaalso, ;: A AVATEE-POWEE CQJISECTED with this property that could be turned into some account. ; ; ' ¦ .,.. '' : —Thfc is one .of ithe Quest tui<I ¦imoBt~desir5^ ble HOMESTEADS in the neighborhood.— Soil in> a high state of cu...
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
F3JM : m-AiJDSWcrTBESPABu 'Mpi^: IQhH Thou»nnds hnvofonnd rollcf. iinil WTb£jk —¦Hll31-lliouiuuidii-vrUUnm-to.thla_Mall^|WraSiB-^ ^MmII cln e,sftorexliaiutlngibelriiur«9 imm^m ¦ IIHHU and iiallcnco . !¦ OJddineH of the heartdullnaw of the rotaO. fit lid —breaihrCoatfiU-tonemvlosit^tappelUejlpainfl-and^'fcflS;- .^. neu In tbe siomacuenlaictmesc of llio liverwlloKnos»oftuo»klnconslantiovtr udi< ttalntMlrhatotal dlsrclbh Ibr butloesa. plcaiuro or Any kind or employ'nicnt. FAHRSJtY's Pasaciu, If tiUCcn and iietvovored ltvfor a lew dan*will remove tUH wholo clou ofsyrap-. tonfs. TUoflnldioftlio body Become pan!, and mind ¦ cleartbe atotnnch strenKtbenedthe tqagtic deanlha annutlto Improvedand tno wboM evstcn) po boneatcd tftatducudclnbaaveatbcr. Is lcssIIaWo toafilictyou. 1 Dr. P. FAHR^TEY'S f . ¦ Celebrated " Blood Cleanser or Panacea, AsazncdlcinQforcblliiren. thoPanAom is. In every Ttuvcolcalatod to take tbe plate of Uio endfoss vnrlotr of clraiw which are minually sold for...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
GOOD : CAJj BE IEAEDtIT N THE E ' WS m&.fa , "vr'iAJ.jk.. beid I have justbougHt in the .East a. choice stock of|^od8., ' rsA .?nJ ' l supply; of 1 — " • . ' ? j.^i... j* > ^ / - f* '^''^'f i ^j,*iiH i>^iiSif - y r*P l ^tQ'^** ~-^ '• c ' ' . : ;i fi.-?^CF,-^lTE-SF.G^RS7; '-,: . ' . " '• ^ _ (CoOfie;cracked.loaf apdp . nlYgii8Cd.) Pr ^t. and N. ~Oj Mousses and jSyjcxtpsT ^ Diieifl . In.the;>vay . of Pure Spices and baking articles " generally, and flavoring articles, &c., the quality stands unsurpassed. ' . .-. ' Do. not forge t to. look at,ourlOcent and levy sugars lam_prepaiedJ<tieep with the market^, ,CHEE$E.T-Thovery bestquality oalTaitd winter and summer. • , ¦ " • ' , CRAMERS W kU. KLIJilSI - ~~1 get my goods fresli from the factory of James _ Mason and Co. Have many different kinds. . The newest thing out is the
Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
coJ^oiainyiLAjgriiTO The subscriber announces to his friendi and the public that he has purchased the Coach Factory formerly owned byskmel Hess, and is nqw engaged in the above business, on Main Street, at the East cud of Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of tlu> businesK, and employing none but the bent workmen, nnd by strict attention tobw-iuesK he hopes to merit a share of patronu^*. All kinds of new work on hand orders tilled proinptly. Jan. 14 tf. GEO " E. HAWKER. BABK- -W^Z bTTEIX . . FOKXEY- & SONS will-pay 'the highest market price for- TmO t:onU< of Hock and Black Oak Burk doli vi-rcd at their Tanner}' in WaynesborrK •" Hidoa and SkiiiH-taki' .i in nnd-woiphpti nt tho colliir of CVKuthes' Shoe'Ktoro, f<ir which tho hijshoxt-market price will be r>aid. April SI, 1870. • THOMAS J. ETLBERT, MEli CJBA XT TA JL Oil, ' : AND ACF.ST Pilr. SINGER'S SEWING- MACHINES.
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
i5uSSK3-3STEtE3S^ S-AJEJE • ' ;' ¦ OF' ' ' ' ' ¦ ' " , . " personal 'mmmt, I^HE undersignedAssign ees* of Conrad . . Ruths, will sell at Public Sale OX SA TURDA r, JUL Y 22nd;, 1871, the following personal property l QJJE.Njay " .SPRING WAGON, 2 Fat Hogs, 1 Good Co*, ' l.Parlor Stove, 1 Cook Stove, 1 sett Chairs, 2 Rocking Chairs, 1 Bedstead, Lot Carpet . 'Ldt Feathers, 1 Copper Kettle; 1 Lard PreSS, 1 Brass'Kettle, 10 Corn Brooms, I Stand,-JJo ' wl and Pitcher, Feather Beds and Bedsteads, Lot Bacon, 120 lbs 1 , Lard; l'Wheelbarrowj Lot Cow-chains, I Corn Shelter, ' -1 second-hand. Spring Wagon, lot BoxesandBarrels. Also, one Side Boiiftl, nearly new; " and many, other article ' s not named.' 1 Sale to commence at One o'clock, when the 1 terms-will be made known by - •:•- ¦ \V:,S: AMBERSON, ¦ • ¦¦ ' • T: S. CUNNINGHAM, JulyO.. . ., ¦ ' " '' • Assignees.
Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
iiiiiiiiiii THE subscriber informs the public that _ he is proprieJpr^of4he-Buss4me-running dail y between AVaynesboro', and Geencastle, heretofore ruaby;Wolfersberger.& Stoner. With good horses and a first-class fourhorse Omnibus he is enabled to convey passengersrto-and-&trwittcomfort and convenience. His . Bups will .-leave. Wifcynesboro', atfi} A. M., arriving at Greencastle at 8; making quick time and sure connection with the first . Passenger train at8J A. M. JLeaves Greencastle at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving at Waynesboro1 , at '&, 45. He is himselfProprietor, Contractor and Driver, ' Delivers Adams Express matter to and from Greencastle. All Express matter expressed the same morning and through -to Waynesboro' thesatofe.day it arrives; Persons wishing to send goods by Express will do well by g ' ving him a calL Persons wishing to go to agerstown should take this rout. The train leaves at_ &15jnaking connection with bhe-Washingtqn^Gounty-E...
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
AM1J1AM MlfiBLEWORKS! ¦ BTWAETER & JdTKOT- MANUFACTURERS. AND DEALERS IN. • Monuments , ToitiBs , Headstones/' <£c. <tc, »l*/'E call attention to our - assortment of t» tha above, comprising the newest arid most approved styles. Having the advantage of Water-Power, and a long experience-in the , - —SIIISE ^ CFJKNXLBnsJSESS , we are-able to-fill orders at the shortest notice arid on most reasonable terms. —Gh-e-iiB-tt-caJl^atxiur^fardpnearAntietam-Junction, on the Waynesboro' arid HagersiPwjnTurnpike, itwojaille3_froni _ the^forjnet f lace. Post:Office address; WiCvhesborb 1 , 'a. -. , * " . N. BrOrderscanbeleftatthe Village Record Office and .will receive prompt attention. April 3-^tt H. W. &BR0.
Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
ABPETS! CARPETS I. H. WHITMORE has just returned from the cities with the Targeat nnd best assortment of CARPETS! OIL CLOTHS! OIL AND LINEN ¦VVI IsTIDCrW SELAJDES, DHUGGKT AND CRUMB CLOTHS RUGS AND MATS, COVERLETS, COUNTERPANES, &o., &c, ever oll'ered'in Greenolistle. —^ACE CURTAINS, with all the fixtures for putting up. RAG CARPETS constantly on hand and made to order J6S?*Sellins lower than any other hou<--e in the countv. JKafCall and liear price* Greencastlo, Pee. I, 1S7O.
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
HOW IS THIS FOR HIGH. - JOHN FORD in returning thanks to the public for their patronage announces that he intends removing his shop to the Basement <rf Walker'B Building, land not leaving town as is the belief of many) where he intends carrying on the BOOT AND tsHOE BUSINESS as usual , ' . . ; .'V 'All^pereons knowing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle, their, accounts immediately, for I pay cash formv stock and must have niy raonqy., Don't want to see the face of that unwelcome visitor, the. Deputy from 'Fort Fletchar," prowling about my shop ^ seeking, whom he may devour,. (See. .- • .' , : "Customers will therefo.rg .find meat the Basement refered to after-the first of April next.. ~ ~"~~ — T-v- — jan20] , ^ ; . .JOffirFORD. —
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
FABRVIEW MLL FAMILY FLOUR, ETC, THE undersigned haying refitted and added'all the latest, improvements t6 his Jlill, (formerly- Frantz'a),announces to the public! that, he,is now, manufacturing ft superior article " of FAltlLT FLOUR,- ,which wall ho delivered to persons at market prices. He. has also on hand n supply of MILL STUFF, tf all kinds, which he will wholesale or retail at' the Mill, or deliver if ' desired, At the lowest market rates. Having refitted his Mill with the most improved machinery he feels that he is enabled to .give general eatisfactiori. ' . . . " ¦The highest market price paid for Wheat delivered at the Mill. COOl'ER STUFF .wanted. mar24—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
WAYNESS QEQ' BAKERY •¦ ;•'.;• ¦ ; r ¦ > / \- ; i A»p ' - i ' • ¦ - , - oonfeghonary! • ¦ fTIHE subscribers announces to the public X thattheyhaveopeneda Bakery and Confectionary on Main street, Waynesboro', opposite tho."Bowden House", where persons ut all tunes can be supplied with fresh Bread, Rolls,'Pret2els, all kinds> of Sweet Cakes, wholesale .or retail. A full supply of Candies,-Nuts, Fruits, etc., always on hand.— ICECREAM regularly supplied duriug the season. .. ¦• • .' . '¦ ' ' Having'erected at.considerable expense a first-class Bake House they are confidentthat in this department of their business they can give general satisfoction: Thejr therefore Bolicit a share of public patronace. may6—tf SLEASMAN & MORT.
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
ATTORNEY AT LAW, WAYNESBpRO',, PA. " ; ¦ : Practices in tho several Courts of Franklin and adjacent Counties. ... s N. B.—Heal Estate leased and sold, and Fire Insurance effecteddn reasonable terms. December 10,1871. : '• .v..; ¦ ' JOUJV A. IIYMMO2VG, ATTORjnsrAT^tiW, HAVING been adnute^tirPrjtoice Ijiw at the several Courts .ur Franklin,County, all business entrusted tophi* caro will be promptl y attended to. Post Office address Mercer8Durg,'P,a.. . ' ' - . - '' " ' " v " ';;•: . , V , ':¦
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
PTJJQLIO SALE THE undersigned :WiJl sell at Public Sale at her residence ittfWaynesboro', on, $\-iday, July Sift., l$Ji; the following personal property, viz:. ; -/-• ' . 1 COOKING STOVE, with Fixtures, as good as new, 2 . sotts ChUirs, 1 Stand, Wash Tabs, Queensware. Crockery ware, Tinware, Iruit Jars, andother articles not necessary tor mention. Sale to' Commence at 1 o'clock on' said day when, the terms will be made known, ' ' & ' ¦"" . • , . MARGARET BOSSERMAN: July6-ts. ' ' G. V. MoNG . Auct..
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
PUW Timber Wbeeta. 2paiw Bre^cBih#, 2 pairs rront Gears, 4-Blind Bndles,,^Ho^b-: <ms,i??ragon^a4K?/l;Bii;-J»pi^otoe t^gl on>^ip,.l,pair1 8Rre^dera?_pftir8,?hitt;Tiv. ces,i pawBreastipttaipsi (i&.JmjSeVs, make;); 3 HyKot^^lJ^oy,^^: ¦6Gpyars ,;;ft^9 t il _ i _ f/;:.\'\'l ,q*=A^1''m d^r..jJ : ;i/,i; .y ;'; 'Also at the:aame :tttae and fringe, ifnot pre
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
BOOT AJTD SHOEMAKING THE subscriber would inform the public that he is at all times, prepared to make to order Gejiia CooJ30 ojr fine Boots, also coarse or line work: jforXadies or Misses, ineluding the lateatrStyle .of lasting Gaiters.— Repairing done ijtshort notice, and measures taken in private families if desired Shop on East Main Streetj-ia.the room formerly occupied by J. Elden, as a flour and feed store. • ' ¦ ,' ¦ ' ¦ .. . ' ' THOS. J. nOLLINGSAVORTH. july 23—tf ' ¦;. , ' . "
Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
BiJBP, BEEF ITnHE subscriber announces to hia custo-X mere and the public that-lre will continue to furnish a prime article of Beef at the Sellar in. the Walfce Building on Monday evenine; Tuesday morning, Thursday ovening and Friday, morning, regularly during the season. Customers also supplied with Veal and Lamb when desired. Thankful forecast patronage he hopes by selling nothing l>ut the choicest meats to merit a continuance of the same, may 25-tf THOS. J; CUNNINGHAM.
Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
We tho undersigned being- acquainted with A. K. Branisholts for the past year, can recommend him to the public generally to be a Dentist" well quaKfledrtb perform all-operations belonging, to Dentistry in the most skillful manner. / -DrsT-JrBr-AMBERSOSalrNrSNTVEtY; — e; a. herring, j. m. eipple j. j. oelliga. s. bonbrake, t. d. french. Pcpt 29tf ]
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
HDISSOXj-DTClOasr THE partnership heretofore existing between Miller «fc Beaver was dissolvod on the l»tof March 1871by mutual «#nsent. The Books are at the old stand aniwill be settled by J. w. Miller. All pewjns indebted are requested to call and isefje immediate}}' . The business will hereafter be conducted t}" J- "W. J4ILLEK & CO. mar 16-tf