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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
FABH JM>'B SALE rpHE subsicriber offers for sale a Farm sit-, J. uate in Washington Township, Franklin , . county, Pa., containing 75 ACRIS—MORE OR LESS, of good quality of land, with HOUSE and Bam and other Buildings; there ' is good running water on the premises—a young Orchard of Aqpleand Peach Trees in bearing order. This "would make a pleasant home, being' situated in a good, neighborhood, close to Mills, Churches and Store. Any person -wishing to view the property can do so by calling upon Rodgers, living on the farm, ortbe aubscriberin Waynesboro'. It will be offered at Public Salein Fikesville ON THE ' 2nd ' frAY OF SEPTEMBER, at 1 o'clock, if not sold prior to that date.-This property will be sold in separate parts, or in whole .to suit purchasers.. Terms will be made known on day of sale. July 20-tf. CHRISTIAN. STOUFFE&—A&wmam AmR's notice NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the estate of Elizabeth Barnhart, late of Washing...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
^HE undersigned will sell Public Sale, I ON TcEsnAV THE 26TH DAY OP SEPTEMBER, 1871the following described Real Estate, situated on the old Hagerstown road4 miles from Waynesboro' and 7 miles froni Hagerstown, half mile from the Marsh Store, kno>vh'as the John Gipe property, to wit: '. I P AO^ES AND 90 PERCHES of best quality Limestone Land. The improvements consist of a two story . - &&ICK DWELLING HOUSE, 25x4o, cpntaioing 7 rooms and basement; a goo&jSWITZER BASNa Wood Shop20 by 2* with Basementsuitable for cabinet, carriage or wagon-maker; also a Blacksmith Shopy a one and a half story T E~ N ANT HOLSE, the tenant house and shop ' s being wcatherboarded. There are also an Orchard of choice Grafted fruit on the premises, principall y apples and pearsand a neverfailing well of water near the buildings.—: The situation for a good mechanic! is a desirable one, and such have always met with liberal encouragement from the neighborhood. • Sale to com...
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 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 the Sellar in the Avalke Building oh Mondaj evening, Tuesday morning, Thursday evening and Friday morningregularly durinj the season. Customers also supplied -with Veal and Lamb when desired. .Thankful for past patronage he ' hopes by selling nothing but the; choicest meats tc merit a continuance of the snmo. \ m^ 25—tf THOS, J; CUNNINGHAM. 2T O B/ Q A..XJ IE . % THE subscriber offers for sale MORTICED CHESNUT POSTS for Post and Rail Dr Failing fence. Also Locust Posts for either kind of fencing; Ho is also • qrepared to supply the public with burnt Lime and Corn by tho quantity. ' may 11—tf ¦ ALEX HAMILTON
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
mm TM SXOBE. THE undersigned would most respectfnlh inform- <;the . citizens of AVaynesboro ' , arid vicinity that hehas opened a new TirtStore on (East Main street^ opposite -Stove r & AVoltPs Dry Goods emporium, and keeps constantly on hand a good suppmof- ¦ " -' ;. CQQK &COAL STOVES, ( MORNING GLORIESetc.at prices to miit the time ' s. ' Alt kinds of work'done-' in hi$ line with 'neatness and dispatch, such as roofiingspouting and repairing.' . You will find it to your'interest to give him a call be-^ fore purchasing elsewhere. The' sign of .the Big Red Cofiee ,f otAl ways on the post.— Thankful for - .past favors he hopes ford continuance of the same, ¦ •" * ' - ', ; ,;¦ Yours Respectfully-. - nov 19 CLAYTON St. FREY.
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
HOW Ems FOR MH JOHNfORDin returning thanks to the public for their patronage announces that he intends .-^noving-his shop to the- 1 Basement of Walker's Building, (and not leaving town js is the belief of many) where he intends carjying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS asuinaL • , All persons knowing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle their accounts immediatelyfor X pay'cash for my stock and must have. my money. Don't -u-tfnt to see the face of that tiiiwelcome visitor, the Dejuty 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. r > n2ff] JOHN FORD.
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
WAtNE SSQmSAESBZ \ya CONFECTIONARY! fiiriE subscribers announces to the public X that they have opened a Bakery and Confectionary on Main street, AVaynesboro', opposite the "Bowden House"where persons at all times can be supplied with fresh Bread, Rolls, Pretzelsall kinds of Sweet Cakes, whplesale . 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 the'ir business' they can give generaf satisfaction. They therefore solicit a share of public patronage. may 5—tf SLEASMAN & MORT.
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
FAIRVIEW MIL FAMILY FLOUR, ESC. THE undersigned having refitted and added all the latest improvements to his Mill, (formerly Frantz's) announces to the public that ho is now manufacturing a superior article of FAMILY FLOURwhich will be delivered to persons at market prices. He has also .on hand' a- supply of MILL 8T0FF of .al\ kinds, which he will whole-Bale or retail at the Millor deliver if desiredat the lowest market rates. Having refitted his Mill with tho most improved machinery he feels that he is enabled to give general satisfaction. The highest hrarket. price paid for AVheat delivered at the Mill: COOPER STUFF wanted. mar 24—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
LIVERY! UVERY JL erally that he has purchased the liverv heretofore owned by Frank. Weagley, and is fully prepared to meet the wants of the ¦community in his hne of business. He hasjuutatl his carriages neatly rel>aired and refittedqnd his horses are safe gentle and feat traTcllers. Parties conveyed to any point desired, accompanied by a capeiul driver. Office at the Waynesboro' Hotelwtere irn attentive hostler will be in attendance at nil hours of the night and day. BgUXo effort will be spared to accommodate ail who May patronize him. Dec. 17, ts. _ • - W5I. FITNTL
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
A DESIRABLE PROPERTY AT Private Sale. THE subscriber offers at Private Sale the FAIR VIEW MILL PROPERTY, situate 1 mile Southeast of Waynesboto'. This property is delightfull y situated, the improvements unsurpassed, and the land in a nigh state of cultivation. A more desirable property of its kind is perhaps not. to be found in the county 6f Franklin. . For particulars address the subscriber at Pittston, Pa,, or call on AV, S.. Amberson, in AVayncsboro'. "' ' July 27-tf! DAVID PATTERSON.
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
liAHT NOTICK. N A LL persons indebted by.notc oraccoiSS xvto the estate of llenry.Besoroaro boreby notified to pay their indebtedness without delay to the.uad.crj'igiicd and kivo costs. ' ,' )t K KUh'rfl'XI., • , •' 'OLIVER .BR-OKK aug 3—3t] \ - 'A*wgrc<."< Q T'I T M"F>. IB-AJ^IR^IEjIjSIF von -want good, iron-bound 'barrels for cid^r or ' vinegar, «ill at the laboratory of DR. P. " FAHRXEY'S BROS.-& CO. aug-17—3t ¦ : ; . -. ¦ -\ ¦ '¦:- \.
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
iBlYATJE SAIiJK The; subscriber offers at Private ' Sale his House and Lot of groundsituated. ' on ' the road leading from AntietamJJuniction to the tJuion School House, adjoining land of David R) MillerSimon Lecroneand others.— The lot contains about one acre. The improvements tire's 1 one-story Log House, new Fram Stable, good. Cistern, • Hog Pen, new Bake-Oyenl About forty fruit trees, oji the lotapples, peaches and pears. ' .The whole is enclosed with stone and paib' ng fence. If riot sold before Saturday tite 2iith day of August, it will be offered at public sale on, that day at 1 o'clock, P.-M/ ; •!¦ ,.!. Aug. 3-ts SAMtTEL, BAKEE.
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
nn A fiTT'M' a TTTTTfT- The subscriber announces to his friends and the public that ho has purchased the Coach Factory formerly owned by Israel Hess, and is rijiw engaged in the above business, on Main Street, at ^e East end of AVaynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the businessand employing none but the best workmen, and by strjet attention to business he hope . 8 to merit a share of patronage. All kinds of new work on hand orders filled promptly. Jan.l4t£ GEOB. HAWKER;
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
3 THE partnership heretofore existing- lie: twecn Miller & Beaver was dissolvedjon the 1stof March 1871by "mutual -cons^nTb The Books are at tho old stand and will' "be settled by J. AV; Miller;.AU-persons.indeb"ted are requested to call and settle immediately. . . Sift-*-* 1 - " The business will hereafter bO'CoHductcd by . J. AV. MILLER & CO. ,mar 16-tf ' . ' ¦
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
LUMBER, LUMBER, &c The subscriber has for sale Chestnut ShinglesPailingsPlastering LathsShingling Laths, Pine Lumber from a half to (mo inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnished to order. ' Also ¦ Oak, Pine arid Chestnut AVood by the load for sale on the grounuVBSyHe lias also Ice for sale. ' *'.•• J April 23 tf.' ¦ • . .'Av-e.-'MOSS.