J.H. Butterbaugh, Saddles & Harness, North Manchester

Source: The Manchester Republican, July 3, 1873

J.H. BUTTERBAUGH, bought the harness shop, belonging to the Samuel Wertenberger, three doors east of the Post-office, last winter; but shortly removed two doors farther east to the two story frame owned by A. Miller, where he is carrying on now. He works two or three hands and sells all his work at home.


Source: The Manchester Republican, February 19, 1874

J.H. BUTTERBAUGH, manufacturer and dealer in saddles, harness and whips. Although only established about a year is doing a good business. Everything pertaining to the business is well represented. Mr. B. has some years' experience, is a good workman and a square dealing man.


Source: North Manchester Journal, January 11, 1883, Ads:

Buffalo Robes cheap at J.H. Butterbaugh's.
If you want a First Class Harness go to J.H. Butterbaugh's.


Source: North Manchester Journal, February 8, 1883, Ads:

Sleigh Bells at Butterbaugh's.
Lap Robes at Butterbaugh's.


Source: North Manchester Journal, June 13, 1889, Ads:

Butterbaugh & Shaffer have moved their harness and buggy store one door east of Jennings' grocery where you will find them with a full line of harness and buggies. They are offering special inducements and will save you a good per cent in anything in their line. Save money by seeing them before you buy. ...

Our customers are taking advantage of the special bargains we offer since moving in our new room. We sold a nice carriage, two buggies, six sets of harness and a lot of fine dusters, nets and whips on Monday and Tuesday. Remember the place, G.A.R. building, Butterbaugh & Shaffer.

 

Source: North Manchester Journal, January 11, 1894

Dissolution. Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between J.H. Butterbaugh and W.E. Shaffer in the buggy and harness business was dissolved by mutual consent on January 1, 1894. Mr. Shaffer retired from the firm, his interest having been purchased by Mr. Butterbaugh, who continues the business. All books and accounts of the old firm will be found at the old stand for immediate settlement.
J.H. BUTTERBAUGH.
W.E. SHAFFER.

January 11, 1894.


Source: North Manchester Journal, January 11, 1894

To the Public.
Having purchased the interest of my partner, W.E. Shaffer, I desire to say to the public that I will continue the business at the old stand, keeping as usual a full and complete line of buggies, harness, trunks and all other goods in my line. Everybody will be given a warm welcome and I especially invite all our old customers to call and see me and as many new ones as possible, promising fair treatment to everybody. Lap robes and blankets will be sold at special low prices and an extra discount will be given on all lines of goods for cash. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance of the same I am,
Yours respectfully
J.H. BUTTERBAUGH.


Source: North Manchester Journal, October 8, 1896

See the new improved Solid Comfort riding plow at J.H. Butterbaugh's.


J.H. Butterbaugh & Son, East Main St., North Manchester


Source: North Manchester Journal, January 7, 1909

J.H. Butterbaugh & Son have the agency for all Syracuse plows and repairs.


Source: North Manchester Journal, December 9, 1909:

Saturday, December 11, at their store in North Manchester, J.H. Butterbaugh & Son will sell at public auction thirty buggies, all up to date rigs. Also a number of driving wagons, farm wagons, hay loaders, and a big list of all kinds of farming machinery. There will be a few second hand buggies and one general purpose colt coming two years old. Sale will begin at twelve o'clock.