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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
new mmi mm UTE mfcE&l Wm PiUEIS I T>0ERNER & WAYKANThave just openl>ed at the Cobxer Clothing Stoke, a sqlendid line of FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICANGOODS embracing Clothes of various grades and colors. PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERS, latest styles and best qualities, Doeskins, CheviotsTweeds, Linen and Crape ftoatiugsstylish Vest Patternsetc. All of which will be made to order with the best Trimmings and in the best manner. A Good Fit Guarasteed in every case or no sale. - - READYMADE CLOTHING . Paper Coilars, Ties, Bows, Suspenders, Hosiery etc., always on hand.. ¦ ' Gahtlemen desiring stylish and good fiV ting clothing should give us a trial. BOERNER &WAYNANT ap27 ¦ ¦ > - S. E" Cor. Diamond. H^¥ RS lMStYF EMAMJ ILiGERSTOWN ,JJi>., ¦ Will commence its Seventeenth Sctfolastic Year, on Monday, Stpiember 4th. " It will continue to offer superior ' educational-advantageswith watchftl and earnest' care for the health and comfort of its- p...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
On ihe " 3d irist, W theEev. H. C.Lesh • er . Mi. BaHIELS. HAGEE,.toMissSABAE T. Bephee, bptih:df4he $*3Wty of.Shady ' •" <M»: ' : ^? i ^;:-^-^ .^, ' i - .' r : - ; - . :..:. - ¦ _. : jj*frjk- '3R ' "&?&*£s -'. • ; , WAY^ESBOEO' MARKET. - • ' • (cpigffieTEb WEEKLY.) " ;-..; N BAC6^-.....--"'"i"'7--v"»- " "».»v.»cl0 HAMS .; •,;*• «"« .i ••»• M BXJTTER.V ;,..«.. .......4.'.,' >...«'2O eggs.. .......;.:........;..,.....io LARD...... : •- 10 potatoes.-...;.:... .;:.. .....75, ^PPLES-r DEiBD........4 75 APPLESr^GREEN..... 60 v HARD SOAP. ......;.... .>......O FLpTJE^There is. mo spirit ;in th« flour market, all inquiry beiag confined alniost^entitely- to the^ante of the home - trade. About 100 barrels were .disposed , including superfine $.@ , .$@.}, spring extra family at $6.25@7,fjO, Pennsylva Bia do. $email@example.com. Qhio and other Western winter -wheat at -$firstname.lastname@example.org, and fancy brands at $email@example.com : . ~ GRAIN.—The demand for whelt is less activ...
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
ui; intelligeiei 33. IE±jDIE2iT, Has doav on hand a Full Line of GOODS JUST RECEIVED. Look at the List! JHATS-ibr-Men-and-Boys; All the Latest Styles BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS For Men and Boys Wear. Indies Surg Gaiters, ' At very low prices. ' Also, Ladies Shoes Latest and Best Styles. Misses andChildrens Shoes in great variety. Our Motto is not to be undersold. ( JFWELBY; WATCHES, CLOCKS, GOLD PESS, WATCH CHAIJiS Pinger Rings, CharmsBracelets, and a great variety 'of other things ' pertaining to the Jewelry Business. pApufi GiuAies im mm9 ¦ Neckties, Suspendersj*Driving . and Kid Glovesa large stock' of all kinds Fancy Goods and Notions. • Tobacco, Segars and Snuff. of all kinds and varieties. B@u WatchesclockB and Jevelrj' repaired at short notice and Warranted. Thankful for past favors he hopes by fair dealing to all to merit a continuance of public patronage. June 29,1871. *E. ELDEN.
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
ROSABALIS O The ingredients that COMPOSE ROSADALIS ate : pnbliilied onererypackage,tiiere-Fore it Is rot a secret preparation, ' coMoqaently " . ' • ¦¦ ' ' S PHIBIC1ASS PBBSCBip K It is <r certain cure for Scrofula, Syphilis in all its formsRheumatism, Skin Disease*, Liver Com* plaint and all (Uww"f of tha Blood. ' i .. ¦ ¦ ¦' • • . JL ONE BOTTLE OF BCSAIAItf - g m wil) do more good than ten battles W*E' of the Syrups - of Saisaparilla MM MM THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS ^^^_ ! ' haveused Rosadaltointheirpractica ^^^^ for the past threo years and freely V ondorse it oa. a reliable Alterative and Blood Purjfier. ' ' M DlLT.C.*tXGHof Baltimore, Wm^ DR,T.tBOYKiN, « Wk B. W. C AKB. " . Mk ; DB.J.5.SPAEK8, ofNlcholaiWlle, ¦ ¦ m^k' ' D& jT' l. McCAETHA, Columbia, ^C^^ >>B. A. B. NOBLES, Edgocomb, N. C. 7 vUSED AOTEHDOEBED BY t j. B. . FBEMCH&SONS,FaUElver, 1 Mm. . ' . * B. HALL, Um>Ohio. - CRAVEIT A CcLGordonarfflcTa. SAM'L. G. McFADDEN, ...
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
dOON«fc STOREHOUSE Respectfully, announce -to, thepublic that they- have Opened at their storo room, on the South-west corner of the Diamandin Waynesboroi'/avlargei and well, selected '"' -: ' ¦' vetpck of , . ' . ' . Dky ^ GQODi;-^' . -" -.- " • " ¦ ;. ; .'.yGR ' Q,eiERlES ' , :.'-, ¦ •. . .-: *. -, i ; ;.;ii^iii>wARs, . ' ; ¦" - : " ¦ ¦¦ ' ; ; 5 ,; h:; AN^UTLkRY,, Iron, Steel, Kails Coachtnakers Goods of every description;-. Queerisware, Cedatware, Shoes, Carpets;. Oil Cloths, Paints, Glass, OilsVarnish Brushes, Fish, Salt; and all kind of Goods kept in a well regulated store. Our goods are all new and fresh-and have beeivbought. for cash at the late decline in prices. $ We -flatter ouriselves that from our long experience in business, and a determination to sell-goods at small profits/ We shall offer unusual'inducements to buyers who desire to save money. . Please, call and see for yourselves. - ; ,¦>,.. We have a large and well assorted stock of staple and ..fa...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
A -WONDER OF MECHAN JIl ICAL SIMPLICITY. The Most Practical Sewing Machine in the t World. THE McLEAN ~ & HOOPER Elastic Xock-Stitch FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. "Warranted to do the whole range , of Family Sewing with more ra- / pidity, wjth more ease of / management and with / less fatigue to the / operator than any Ma- ¦ . / chine now in usr_ PRICE FORTY (40) DOLLARS! It requires no extra attachment for embroidering, Braiding and Gathering. It takes the thread directly from the spools, thus saving trouble and economizing time. It requires >ut one foot to move the treadle even in sewing the heaviest fabrics. It is mane of the best steel, and at all points of wear case-hardened. • Ite chief points are Unequalled Simplicity, '¦•*¦ '' Quietness of Operation, Ease of Management, -, - Rapidity of Execution? ¦ •, --, i-Non-liahility to drop Stitches or break thread. Having a straight needle and the shortest in use. Simplicity of tension, Ease of managing it. Smbroiden...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
a pin? ii^ii l» IS APEWWY -MADE! SAYS THE OLD ADAGE. . Wellhow and where is the place to do it ? wherever you canjiso your money to thebe^tjidvanlage;, and -; ^ poqular opin- , ion-has long since given the palm to STOVER & IP.OIjVF, for keeping the best and cheapest store; all they want is.for buyers to call and examine their stock and convince themselves of what they say. . Our stock consists of tho following articles: ]La«iicn Dress Goods—Such as Alpaccas, • Reps, Mohairs, Poplins.. ' /Armuns, Delaines, English Velveteens, Opera Cloths, • • Repellants, &c, &c. MEN'S WEAR. Cloths, - Doeskin CassimcresCordsSattinetts, Cottonadon, Linens, Tweeds, &c, .&e. ¦ LADIES CUSTOS-MADE SHOES, . in Lasting and Morocco, cheap". G-Sl.OOS3 ' £LZ£3S We have bought large, consequently cheap. All our goods have been bought at panic prices, consequently we are-enabled to undersell those who bought before the decline. BSk-Call and seo, and we will prove t...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
BOP^WELL MILL PROPERTY, situated 3 miles east of Waynesboro L -F-ranklin county, Pa., on the big Antietam, two public roads crossing each other at the Mill, The property consists of about 22 acres of first-rate land, upon which-are the following improvements: The well-known first-class Flouring Mill, known as the Hopewell Mill, with four run of stone, 3 pair bursand one pair chopping stones2 over-shot water wheels 17 feet high, with 22 feet head and fall, first-rate water power. • The Mill is in complete running orderthe mill house being built in every part, of the very best material, and in the most substantial manner. This Mill is regarded as ' one-of the best in the county, being located very handsomely and in the midst of a thickly settled neighborhood, commanding a large home .trade and in one of the finest grain growing sections in the entire Cumberland Valley, ' The other buildines are a eood TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING with Basement and CellarNEW BANK BARN 35x48 feet; Tenem...
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
A VALUABLE HOMESTEAD! AT . PHIYATE S-A-XjIE. PF1HE subscriber offers her HOMESTEAD, JL situate in Washington Township, Franklin county, Pa.two miles South of Waynesboro', along the Pike leading from Waynesboro' to Leitersburg/containiiH* — — EfcMVRN-AeRES-OF-lJA]% more or less. JhejLmprovements-consistof a, good House, part Stone and part Los. Roughcast, one and a half story high, -with Basement. An excellent StableHog Pen, (newly 1 built;) Wash House, Bake Oven and Smokehouse, all in complete order. A SPRING OF EXCELLENT WATER! near the house. Cistern at wash house door, and all other necessary buildings. Also, a Fine Young Orchard of -xtsxrrxrE-A-p^p-irB-TAbout SIXTY PEACH TREES, separate from apple-orchardall in thriving and bearing condition. • There is also, • A WATER-POWER CONNECTED ¦with this property that could be turned into some account. This is one of the finest and most desirable HOMESTEADS in the neighborhood.— Soil in a high stato of cultivation. . • Any person wan...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
FARM FOR SAXE THE subscriber offers for sale a Farm situate in Washington Township, Franklin county; ra., containing 75 ACRES—MORE OR LESS, of good quality of lana, with HOUSE and Barn and other. Buildings; there is good running water on the premises—a young Orchard of Aqnle and Peach Trees in bearing order. This would make a pleasant lome, being situated in a good neighborhoocL, close to Mills,. Churches and Store. Any person wishing to view the property can do so by calling upon Rodgers, living on the farmorthe subscriber . in Wayneeboro'. It will beofferedat Public Sale in Pikesville ON THE 2nd DAYOF SEPTEMBER, at 1 o'clock, if not sold prior to that date.-This property Vill be sold in separate parts, or in whole to suit purchasers. Terms will be made known oh day of sale. July 20-tt .CHRISTIAN STOUFFER. ABMIXISmATaR'S NOTICE, NOTICE is hereby given that fetters of Administration on the estate of Elizabeth Barnhartlate of Washington Twp., dee'd, have been granted to the nnd...
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
F3B| INVALIDSIXXN'TBESPAIRI BP^ ¦La^H Thousands t anvo fonnd reliefand ¦TiiSI ¦mKJI thousands will turn to 1Mb Mcdi- Jgffim ^ ¦ ¦ H cino, anor cxhnnstlng their ^ ¦¦U and naticncqjn»carch_ orlimlth..• ¦¦¦ GlddlneS/Toflho headdullness of the muii iffitld breath, coated tongue, loss of appeHtepains and ttoup ness In the stomachenlargement of tho llreryellowness of the Bklnconstant lever awl thirstwith a total dtsrellBh for bnrfnosa. plcasnre or any kind of employment. Fahbhby's Panacea, if taken and pcraovorea In for a few dnvswill removo tills ivholo class or symptoms. Thoflnidsoftho body become pore, and mind dear, the stomach strengthenedthe tongne cleanthe anpetlte improvedand the whole system so benefited that disease. In bad weather. Is less llablo to afflict yon. 1 Dr. P. FAHRNEY'S f * T Celebrated Blood Cleanser or Panacea. As a modlctno for children, tho Panacea Isin every trav, calcnlated to take the place or the endless var)ct> or drugs which are annnnlly sold for...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
npHEsubscriber informs ' the public that X he is proprietor of the Buss line running dail y between Waynesboro', and Geencastle, heretofore run by Wolfersberger & Stoner. With good horses and a first-class fournoise Omnibus he is enabled to convey passengers to and fro with comfort and convenience. His Buss will leave Waynesboro', at 0} A. M., amvmg.at Greencasue at 8, making •quick time and sure connection with the nrst Passenger train at 8} A. M. Leaves Gyeencastleat5o'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' thp same day it arrives. Persons wishing to send £Qods by Express will do well by giving aim a call. Persons wishing to go to Hagerstown should take this rout. The train leaves at 915 making connection with the Washington County Railroad. one 20 tf] J. B. WOLFERSBERGER.
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
PR1V1TU KALD The subscriber offers at Private Sale his House and Lot of groundsituated on the road leading from Antietam^Junction to the Uuion School House, adjoining land of David Ri MillerSimon Lecroneand 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 stone and pailing feneo. If not sold before Saturday the 2Gffi dqy of August, it will be offered at public sale on that day at 1 o'clock, P. M. Aug.3-ts SAMUEL BAKER. A FIRST-RATE MILL PBBEEBIL FORJSAIJE ! npiLE subscribers will sell at Public Sale, ¦I on Friday the 1st day of September, 1871, their
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 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 of Walker's Building, (and not leaving town as is the belief-of many) where he intends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS as usual. . ' Ali persons knowing themselves indebted tomeWill please call and settle their accountsimmediatelyfor 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 refe ' red to after the first of April next. jan 2G] • JOHN FORD.
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
FAIEVIEW MILL FAMILY FLOVR, ETC. THE undersigned haying reflttedand added all the latest improvemiSnts to his Mill, (formerly Frantz's) announces to the public that he is now manufacturing a superior article of FAMILY FLOUR, which will be delivered to persons at market prices. He has also on hand a supply of MILL STUFF of all kinds, which 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 STUFF wanted. ¦ • *nar24—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
WA¥M£8BQB&BAKEEW AKD . CONFECTIONARY! THE subscribers announces to the public that they have opened a Bakery and Confectionary on Main street, Waynesboro','oppositethe "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 Bake House they are confident that in this, department of their business they can give general satisfaction. They, therefore solicit a share of public patronage. , may 5—tf SLEASMAN & MORT.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
NEW TH STORE rpHE undersigned would most respec.tfnllj? JL inform, the citizens of;Waynesboro' and vicinity that he has opened anew.Tin Store on ' East l Main street, opposite • •'Stover & Wolff's Dry Goods emporium; and'keeps constantly on hand a good supply 1 of COOK & COAL STOVES, ^ MORNING GLORIESetcat prices trf suit the times. ', All kinds of work done in. Kb line with neatness ' and dispatch, such as roofiingspouting' and repairing!., - . -Y^ou will find it to your interest to give ' him a call before purchasing elsewhere.. The sign of the Big Red<3offee PotAlways on the post-Thankful for " past favors ho hopes fora continuance of tho same. Yours Respectfully, nov 19 CLAYTON M. FREY.
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
AT Private Sale. THE subscriber offers at Private Sale the FAIR VIEW MILL PROPERTY, situate 1 mile Southeast of Waynesbqro'. 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 Frankhri. For particulars address the subscriber at Pittston, Pa., or call on W. S. Amberson, in Waynesboro'. . 7^' July 27-tf. DAVID PATTEESON.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
BOOK FORGE Ml.HI\E SHOP f|1HE subscriber, announces to the public X that he colatiuues the machine business jit the Rock Forge, and has for sale Sider Mills to operate by hand or horse power; Spring tooth RakesCorn SheltersCutting Boxes , Motz and Self-sharpener Plows, and Castings of different kinds so that he can supply* farmers according to order.. .- All .kinds saws repaired. He has also for ¦sale all kinds of wagon-maker stuff part of which is seasoned, such as fellows, tongues, hounsaxels, p lankmailings. Building Lumber of all kinds furnished;at the short¬
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
The subscriber announces to his friends and the public that he has purchased the Coach Factory formerly owned by Israel Hess, and is nQW engaged in the above business, on Main Street, at the East end of Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the business, and employing .none but the best workmen, and by strict attention to business he hopes to merit a share of patronage. All kinds of new wort on hand orders filled promptly. Jan. 14 tf. -' GEO. B. HAWKER.