William SWAYNE opens blacksmith shop
Posted By: Joey Stark
Date: 6/5/2006 at 13:29:43
"Fairfield Ledger", May 12, 1864, Pg. 1, Col. 1
WAGON & BLACKSMITHING SHOP, First Door East of Jordan's Store, WILLIAM M. SWAYNE hereby notifies the farmers, and all others wanting work in his line, that he has opened a Wagon and Blacksmithing Shop in Fairfield at the above stand, and would respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage.
WAGONS KEPT FOR SALE or made to order, and workmanship warranted. Blacksmithing in all its branches done with neatness, dispatch and durability, and as cheap as the times will allow. Patricular attention given to Horse Shoeing. Remember the place and when you want Blacksmithing done call on WM. M. SWAYNE.
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