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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
The cavalcads entering town in grand procession will bo .preceded by the £ GREAT DRAGON -CHARRIOT, The most magnificent specimen of art and elaborate workmanship ever paraded before the public, splendidly caparisoned and driven by 0. P. Hart/the champion whip, containing • Professor Mautz's NEW YORK OPERA BAND. WILL EXHIBIT AT . B©-WAYNESBORO', PENN'A,«®a ON SATVEDAY, AUGUS9 12th, 1871. Admission «..S0centsJ Children under 12 years Jf.25cents. - Doors open at 1 and 7, p. m. Performance 2 and 8 p. m. 8@=Bemember the day anp date. . August 3. .
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
GOj&JO33ZMLA.J£.T2<r< The ' subscriber ^ announces to. his friends and ' the public that' he has purchased the Coach Factory formerl y ownedby Israel Hess, and is njiw engaged in the nbove business, on Main Street, at the East end of Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the businessand employing none but the best workmen, and by strict attention to business he hopes to merit a share of .patronngs. All kinds of new work on hand orders filled, promptly. Jan. 14 tf. GEO. B. HAWKER. :b.a.:e?,:k: ¦w .A.rfcTTiszDT FORNEY & SONS will pny the highest market price for <?50 cords of Rock and Black Oak Bark delivered" at their Tannery in Waynesboro; . Hides>and Skins taken in and weighed at the cellar of C. Rntb.es' Shoe Store, for which the highest market price will be paid.
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
BOW IS THIS FOR HIGH JOHN FORD in returning thanks to the public'for their patronage announces tliat ho intends removing his shop to the Basement of Walker's Building, (and. not leaving town as is the belief ofmany) where he intends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS as usual. - All persons knowing themselves indebted to .me will please call and settle their accounts immediatelyfor 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 'FortFletchor," 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. jan26] , - JOHN FOED.
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
"P URVIEW MILL V FAMILY FLOUR, ETC. fTHHE undersigned having refitted and ad-I ded all the latest improvements to his Mill, <formerly Frantz's) announces to the public that he is now manufacturing a snpcrior article of FMTILY FLOURwhich will- be delivered to persons at market prices. He has also on Hand ' a supply of MILL STUFF'of all kindswhich he will wholesale or retail at the Millor deliver if desiredat the. lowest market rates. Having refitted his Mill with the most improved machinery he feels that he is enabled to give general satisfaction. The highest market price'paid for "Wheat delivered at the Mill. COOPER fcTOFFlrantod. mar 24—tf] -—DXVID PATTERSON.
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
WAY aESBQBQ* BJLKEEY ' ¦ > ANO ' . CONFECTION ART! npHE subscribers announces to' the public X that they have opened a Bakery and Confectionary on Main street, Waynesboro', opposite the "Bowden House"where persons at all times can be supplied with fresh Bread, RollsPretzelsall kinds of Sweet; Cakes, wholesale or retail. A full supply of Candies, Nuts, Fruits, etc., always on hand.— ICECREAM! regularly supplied during the season. Having erected at considerable expense a first-class BakeHouse they are confidentthat in this department of their business they can give general satisfaction. They therefore solicit a share of public patronage. mav 5—tf SLEASMAN & MOET.
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
5TEW TIN STORE rg^HE undersigned would most respect fnlly JL inform the citizens of Waynesboro' anil vicinity that he has opened a new Tin Store on East Main street, opposite Stover & Wolff's Diy Goods emporium, and ke?i>s constantly on hand a good supplv of COOK & COAL STOVES, • MORNING GLORIESetc.at prices to suit the times. All kinds of work done in his line with neatness and dispatch, such as roofiing, spouting and repairing. You -will find it to your interest to give him a cull before purchasing elsewhere. The tign of the Big Red Coffee Pot, Always on the post.— Thankful for past fiivors lie hopes for a continuance of the same. Yours Respectfully, nov!9 '• CLAYTQN ' M. FREY.
Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
A' BfStRABILE-. PROPERTY / '•••'. AT ; ; j^xHLxrRto Sale. ^ THE subscriber ofibrs 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 tho subscriber at Pittston, Pa.; or call on W. S. Amberson, in Waynesboro'. July 27-tf. DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
PRIVATE NlLfi. . The subscriber offers at Private Sale Mb House and Lot of groundsituated on the road leading from Antictam* Junction to the TJuion School House, adjoining land of David R. MillerSimon Lecione and, others.— The lot contains about one' acre. The improvements are a one-story Log House, new Fram Stable, good CisternHog Pen, new Bake-Oven. About forty fruit trees on the lotapples, peaches and pears. The whole is enclosed'with etone and pailing fence. If not sold before Saturday the 26th day of August, it will be offered at public sale on that dav at 1 o'clock, P. M. A«K.3-t3 . SAMUEL BAKER.
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
BEEF, BEEF THE subscriber announces to his customers and the public that he will continue to furnish a prime article of Beef at tho Sellar-in the walke Bnilding on Monday evening, Tuesday morning, Thursday evening and .Friday morning. regularly during the season. Customers also supplied with Venl and Lamb when desired.. Thankful for past patronage he hopes by selling nothing out the choicest meats to merit a continuance of the same. may 25—tf THOS. J. CUXXIXGHXM.
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
JDTSSOTJurrxoisr rgnllE partnership heretofore existing be-JL tweun. Miller CcTiwiver was dissolved on the 1st, of March J871, by mutual consent. The Books are at tho old staml and will l>o settled by J. AV. Miller. All persons indebted, are requested to call and settle hruneu;:.-toly. X'he business will homifter he condnctod by • .7. W. MII.LKiroi CO. * " mar lfi-ff
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
KUSSOjlLUi TliQiNJ, THE co-partnership which heretofore existed betweean Rouzer & Frantzat Pikeaville, was dissolved by mutual consent on the 1st day of March, 1871. The books and accounts of the firm are in my hands. All persons indebted are requested to call and settle immediately. PETER ROUZEE. April 13th,3m.
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
LUMBER,- LUMBER, &c, The subscriber ha:, for sal». Chestnut Shingles, Piiiliii<rs, pliisii'rfiist . Lntlis, fc'hii!^- ling Laths,Pine l.umbor l ' roii uhautoono inclj> All other gisses^of Lumber iVimishetl to order. Also, Oak, Fine on<FC'liostnut Wood'by the loud for saio on the ground. #2J-He has also Ico for ejIjj. April JStf.* ;Wl A.«. MOXN".
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
; . KOTIOE THE undersigned has appointed Frederick Dullof Quincy townshipagent to collect his accounts and transact other business pertaining to the snme. July fr-tf JEREMIAH HESS, 31. D. flTHE subscriber informs the public that JL he is proprietor of the Bubs line running dail y ' between Waynesboro', ,and- Geencas tie, heretofore run; by Wolfersberger &:St6ner. - With (joodhorses anda first-class foins horse OmmbuB he is enabled to convey passengers to and fro with comfort and conveniences t-His Buss ¦wjll leave Wayncshoro', at C} A. M., arriving at Greencastle at 8, making quick time and sure connection ' with the first Passenger train at8£- 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 AVaynesbpro' the same day it ' arrives. Persons .wishing to send goods by Expre...