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Yeager, Christian - 1881

New enterprise: Lewis Murr and Christ. Yeager have engaged in dog-farming.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Murr, Lewis - 1881

New enterprise: Lewis Murr and Christ. Yeager have engaged in dog-farming.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Young, Henry (Mrs,) - 1881

Mrs. Henry Young, who buried her husband on Monday, was presented with a twenty dollar note by one of our liberal citizens.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

You can visit the memorial page for Henry Young..

Hertz, Lincoln - 1881

Sunnyside school, Millport, opened on Monday with 27 pupils.  Lincoln Hertz is the teacher, and this is his first attempt.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Eschbach, Horace - 1881

Mrs. L. Eschbach, residing on Main street, received some cotton seed from her son Horace while he was in New Orleans.  It was sown in her garden, is now in bloom, while it also contains a number of pods.  It is worth seeing, and the owner is proud of having grown so rare a plant in this section.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2


Personal.--
Mr. Horace Eschbach, formerly of this place, is in the employ of Mr. L. C. Rutledge, in Kingston, Jamaica.  Mr. Rutledge will open a large confectionery on the 8th of October, and the Jamaica Dispatch speaks highly of the new enterprise.  We wish friend Horace abundant success, and hope in course of time to see his name used in connection with the firm.
~ The Lititz Record, 30-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 4

Eschbach, L. (Mrs.) - 1881

Mrs. L. Eschbach, residing on Main street, received some cotton seed from her son Horace while he was in New Orleans.  It was sown in her garden, is now in bloom, while it also contains a number of pods.  It is worth seeing, and the owner is proud of having grown so rare a plant in this section.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Gantz, son of John - 1881

A two-year old boy of John Gantz, of Lexington, fell from a gate the other day and fractured his right arm at the elbow joint.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Brubaker, Edward - 1881

Wallace Meiskey did some good fishing with hook and line at Ed. Brubaker’s dam last Saturday.  He caught seven pike, the largest measuring nineteen inches in length and the smallest eleven inches.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Meiskey, Wallace - 1881

Wallace Meiskey did some good fishing with hook and line at Ed. Brubaker’s dam last Saturday.  He caught seven pike, the largest measuring nineteen inches in length and the smallest eleven inches.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Chohick, Daniel - 1881

Horrible Railroad Accident.—
Henry Pickel, a resident of Lancaster city, met a horrible death on the Pennsylvania Railroad at Lancaster on Friday last.  He was caught by a shifting engine which dragged him twenty feet, then hurled him head-foremost under the wheels, cutting him completely in two.  Mr. Pickel was a cripple and was compelled to walk with crutches.  He was wounded at the battle of Bentonville, N. C., in 1865.  He was married to a sister of Daniel Chohick, of this place, and paid him a visit just three weeks before the accident.  He was 40 years.  He was the father of three children.  He was interred in Lancaster cemetery on Sunday.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 1

Pickel, Henry - 1881

Horrible Railroad Accident.—
Henry Pickel, a resident of Lancaster city, met a horrible death on the Pennsylvania Railroad at Lancaster on Friday last.  He was caught by a shifting engine which dragged him twenty feet, then hurled him head-foremost under the wheels, cutting him completely in two.  Mr. Pickel was a cripple and was compelled to walk with crutches.  He was wounded at the battle of Bentonville, N. C., in 1865.  He was married to a sister of Daniel Chohick, of this place, and paid him a visit just three weeks before the accident.  He was 40 years.  He was the father of three children.  He was interred in Lancaster cemetery on Sunday.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 1

You can visit the memorial page for Henry Pickel.

Whitecraft, John - 1881

Real Estate Sales.--Eleven acres of woodland, situated near Millway known as the Sheaffer estate, was sold at public sale at $250 per acre.  Kalbach & Rude, purchasers, of Lebanon county.
The property of Jacob Spickler, situated in Penn  township, was sold at public sale on Wednesday to John Whitecraft for $700.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 1

Spickler, Jacob - 1881

Real Estate Sales.--Eleven acres of woodland, situated near Millway known as the Sheaffer estate, was sold at public sale at $250 per acre.  Kalbach & Rude, purchasers, of Lebanon county.
The property of Jacob Spickler, situated in Penn  township, was sold at public sale on Wednesday to John Whitecraft for &700.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 1

Fieles, W. R. - 1881

Thanks.—Our friend W. R. Fieles, of Baltimore, Md., sent to us a box of White Heath peaches, which came to hand on Wednesday.  That they were the largest and and <sic> best we have ever seen we do not hesitate in saying, and our office employees join with us in returning hearty thanks for the same.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 1

Enck, William H. - 1881

Wm. H. Enck, Undertaker, Main Street, Lititz, Pa.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 1

A Good Idea.--
Mr. William H. Enck, the undertaker, keeps a record of funerals attended by him, with the name, age, disease, place of death and burial of deceased.  During the past twenty-three months Mr. Enck has borne forty-nine persons to their final resting place, and, singular as it is, the greatest number of deaths were caused by diphtheria.
~ The Lititz Record, 07-Oct-1881, Page 3, Column 1

Enck, William H. - 1881

Wm. H. Enck, Undertaker, Main Street, Lititz, Pa.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 1

Coldren, Hannah - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Coldren, Abraham - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Miller, H. E. - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3


Mr. H. E. Miller, of this place, on Thursday morning of this week fell off a step ladder at his residence and fractured his nose, besides sustaining other injuries.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Pfautz, Joseph - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Hoober, Matilda - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Krafft, Washington - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Gantz, Jacob - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3


Real Estate Transactions.--
Ritter estate: Lititz bakery to Dr. J. Shenk for $2750.  Meadow lot in Lititz to Benj. Lutz, for $660.  House and lot near the railroad, to Emmanuel Kauffman for $1430.  Six acres of timber land situate in Penn township, to J. Ritter for $60.25 an acre.  Lititz mill, in Rome, to A. W. Shober for $8035.  Farm of 63 acres, to John Evans at $210 an acre.  14 acres of land with improvements, to Jacob L. Stehman for $4000.  One-third of 840 acres of Iowa prairie land, to A. F. Hostetter, of Lancaster, for $251.  One-third of two lots in Webster City, Iowa, to A. F. Hoestetter, of Lancaster, for $76.  One-fifth of 69 lots is <sic> Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Graybill  Baer for $104.

Assigned estate of Michael Behmer, in New Haven, house and lot to Tobias Martin for $1800.

The farm of Jacob Gantz, deceased, of Pine Hill, was sold to Benj. B. Lehman for $75 an acre.  The farm comprises 90 acres.  Another lot of land, 5 acres, was sold to Frank Gantz for $2080.
~ The Lititz Record, 30-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 4

Gantz, John H. - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Behner, Michael - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Maischnee, Ambrose - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Sept. 27–In the village of New Haven, two acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Ambrose Maischnee, assignee of Michael Behner.
Sept. 28–In Warwick twp., two tracts of land with improvements, by John H. Gantz, administrator of Jacob Gantz, dec’d.
Oct. 1–Near the village of Rothsville, a tract of land, cataining <sic> 14 acres and 36 parches, with improvements thereon, by Washington Krafft.
Oct. 1–In the village of Neffsville, a tract of 70 acres of land, with improvements thereon, by Matilda Hoober.
Oct. 3–In Warwick township, a tract of 9 acres of land, with a mill and other improvements, by Joseph Pfautz.
Oct. 4—In Lititz, 2 horses, wagons, and a large lot of other personal property, by H. E. Miller.
Oct. 5—In Lititz, a one and a half story frame house, by Abraham Coldren, executor of Hannah Coldren, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Leed, Henry - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Eberly, Jonas - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Brubaker, John H. - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Erhart, George - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Enck, H. S. - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Edwards, Levallan - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Wechter, Jonas - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Wissler, Levi H. - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Wissler, Benjamin - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Bingeman, Samuel - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Risser, Reuben - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Buch, Urias - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Kauffman, Jacob - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Burkholder, Daniel - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

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Kryder, Joseph - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3


Joe Kryder, living at the eastern end of town, will be prepared to suply <sic> a goodly number of our people with turkeys during the winter.  A flock of sixty-nine comprises his stock, and they are fine looking, too.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 3, Column 2

Griosh, Reuben - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Bowman, Daniel - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Buch, David - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Gable, William - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Hemple, Charles - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Buch, Franklin G. - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Leib, Alphus - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Badegum, John (Mrs.) - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Wolf, John - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Zell, Silas - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Heffner, Levi - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Ressler, Manelius - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Lutz, Addison - 1881

The Tobacco Market-
The tobacco market continues active and without abatement.  Some of the buyers look at field purchases as being rather premature, and would not at first listen to such a way of doing business.  Now, however, they are beginning to see that unless they, too, enter the field they will be left behind and will not be able to procure any choice crops.

Our half-dozen or more buyers are all active and anxious to secure a certain share of this year’s growth and not a stone is left unturned to secure choice crops if they can be had.  Teller Bros. representative is out from morning till night and is making purchases right and left.  Fry Bros., who had discontinued for a week or so, are again out, besides a number of others.

The following are some of the crops sold in different parts of this township: Addison Lutz, one-half acre at 22, 8 and 3; Manelius Ressler, 3 acres at 12 round; Levi Heffner, 1 acre at 10 round; Silas Zell, 1 acre at 10 round; John Wolf, 1 acre at 10 round; Mrs. John Badegum, 1 acre at 10 round; Alphus Leib, 2 acres at 25, 10, 6 and 3; Frank G. Buch, 2 acres at 11 ½ round; Chas. Hemple, 1 ¼ acres at 20, 10 and 3; John Wolf, ½ acre at 12 round; Wm. Gable, 1 ½ acres at 30, 16, 8 and 3; David Buch and Daniel Bowman, 2 acres at 29, 10 and 3; Reuben Griosh, ½ acre at 15 round; Jos. Kryder, 7 ½ acres at 15; Dan’l Burkholder, -- acres at 27, 8, 5 and 3; Hiram Brubaker, -- acres at 30, 10, 8 and 3; Jacob Kauffman, 2 acres at 30, 12, 8 and 3; Urias Buch, 2 acres at 25, 8 and 3.

Menno M. Fry & Bro. have made the following purchases: Reuben Risser, 1 ¾ acres at 27, 10 and 3; Samuel Bingeman, 1 ½ acres at 30, 12, 6 and 3; Ben. Wissler, 2 acres at 25, 10 and 3; Levi H. Wissler, 1 acre at 24, 10 and 3; Jonas Wechter, 1 3/4 acres at 28, 10, 6 and 3; Levallan Edwards, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 1/2, 6 and 3; H. S. Enck, 1/2 acre at 25, 12 and 3; George Erhart, 1/4 acre at 25, 12 and 3; John H. Brubaker, 1/2 acre at 23, 10 and 3; Jonas Eberly, 1/2 acre at 25, 10 and 3; Henry Leed, 2 1/2 acres at 25, 10 and 3.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 3