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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871
MILHNEKY QQQBSi TO THE LADIES! MRS. C. L. HOLLINBERGER has just received a full supply of new Millinery goods. Ladies are invited to call and examine ter stock. - " aiir20. ¦ ' ' -new MituNiiif srratEt TVyTRS. KATE G. STOVER announces to JUKIthe ladies of ,Waynestew8*€nd vicinity that sho has commenced the Millinery business in front room nej^t door to the Hardware Store of S. B. Rinehart, and has opened out a full line of Spring and Summer Ladies are invited to call- and examine her coods. , May 11-tf
Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871
in iiw wiiiii HXDERFEED SHUTTLE and SEWING MACHINES! $25 cheaper than any other. For SimplicityDurability and Beauty, they stand unrivalled. For StitchinR,-Hemming, Tucking, Felling, Quilting, Cording Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering & Sewing on gathers, thev are unexcelled.— Warranted. A.PS. %VAYN ANT, S. E. Corner Diamond, Mnr. 30,1S71. Waynesboro', Pa. tf^ONCAVJJ CONVEX ppcctacles at \J • ¦¦ ALEX LEEDS
Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871
BOOT AND SHOEMAKXNG ryHE subscriberVould inform the public I that he is at all times prepared to make to order Genta Coarse or fine. Bootsalso coarse or fine work, for Ladies or Missesincluding tho latest style of lasting Gaiters.— Repairing done at ' short noticeand measures taken in private families if desired Shop on.Eaat Main Street; in the room formerly occupied by J; Elden, iasa flour and feed store: ' ' , * . ,-. " THOS. J: H OLLKGSWORTH.. july S3—tf "¦'' ¦ ¦• B BACON^oTStfFBideTf^ R b|^
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871
WAYSiESBOBO' COACH FACTOBV GEO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn from the firm of Adams & Hawker the subscriber informs the public that' he continues the Coachmaking business in all its branches, a£the old stand. • He will at all times have a supply of new Buggies, different kinds, on hand " ; also second-handed vehicles. Repairing done at short noticed—He uses the best material and employs good mechanics. He returns his thanks to the public for their liberal qatronage, and by attention- to business and a disposition to accommodate hopes to merit a liberal-share of the same in the future. Jan. 14-tf JACOB ADAMS.
Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871
gUmHS-AlB COMEYiWG rrffiTE undersigned having had some ten JL years experience as a practical Surveyoris prepared to do all kinds of Surveying, laying out and dividing up landsalso all; kinds of writing usually done by Scriveners* Parties wishing work done can call on, op address the undersigned at Waynesboro', Pa. feb 2—tf ] ' A. B. STOLER..
Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871
B .A. K» IB E-iR, I IN" Q- FfiHE subscriber informs the public that ho JL continues the Barbering .business in the room next door to Mr. Reid's Grocery Store, and is at all times prepared to do hair cutting, shaving,s hampooning etc. in the best style. The patronage ofthe publicis respectfolly solicited. ' _ Aug23 1871. W.A.PRICE-
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
Circumstantial Evidence About twenty yeard ago there was a case in one of our Eastern 1 States where*a man was tried, convicted and executed for murder. - It was known that he slept with a friend who had some money—several hundred dollars—in bills which had been paid him a few days before. In the night the friend disappeared; there was blood ou the billow and traces of it all the way from the door to the river which ran near the house; a bloody kerchief belonging to the suspected man wag found near the river, and the marked money was in his possession. He could not account for the other's disappearance, and turned both red and palo when accusedof the ^nurdeiv-Could any stronger proof be needed? But after the < execution thelnis'sing man wrote to his parents announcing his safe arrival in California, and as soon-as he learned .what had happened he explained all the unfortunate circumstances. He had determined to go to California, but kept his intention a secret except fr...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
. " From the Clinton (Iowa) Herald. ",'.. A SPUNKY GIRL MARRIED. • Siniix fiittf lust winter had an Old Maid's Society, and they had a dinner, and speeches, and a general vowing all around that they would lead a single life, and eschew, the naughty men forever. But it is said there is generally a black sheep in the flock, and so it seemed there was one in this.' While vowing vengeance on the male sex, these decaying sisters were dumbfounded by one of "their number, Hiss Panthea L. Kennedy, who arose and most charmiugly flung into their midst the fol¬ lowing bit of treason to celibacy : ''Sisters in, waiting—all for husbands—we have met. because we can't help ourselves, to. celebrate this as a day of thanksgiving, as appointed by our Chief Magistrate. But tellfme, is it to us really a day cf thanksgiving? No, sisters; rather should we call it a aay of. mourning—and for what ? For husbands! Yes, sisters, for husbands, which' we feed we need (at least I do), also much desire. T...