Frederick Town Herald in Frederick, Maryland
14 Jan 1832

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14 Jan 1832

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Frederick Town Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1832, Frederick, Maryland From a statement published we it will seen that within eleven Days barrels Lof flour have been transported on the Kail an verge of 357 per Dav. The luf. Irrer Cnoc in of sending flour to Market he Road intend of by wagons is about. Int per barrel making in a k tin r Farmers 1 is one Oft lie hippy results of cheapened transportation which we have often spoken. I meeting was held at Smi Lisburg Frede i v co. On saturday last for the purpose of Lul Init into consideration the expediency of l Turnpike company to construct a Etinine Tlle jlorlne1 " Section of roti Ity to the City of Frederick i lie his Nir by in organized a Solu Ivons were adopted deciding the of the measure and am Injo them the Ibl it Tilc committee be requested announce or. Samuel h. Lewis As a candidate to represent the 5th Ward in the Hoard of common Council. Mil. Will please to announce John l. Harding. A candidate for the next mayor of the City of Frederick and Many voters. Oblige Send. Is respectfully presented to the voters of the sixth Ward As a candidate for the common Council. A voter. Mit. Niles win. Fischer on worthy Fel i Low citizen will be supported As a candidate a r the Olliee of Alderman at the approaching election by Max Yotes. To visit Frederick Middletown Valley and i a. And Usei Tiu the enc our adj Vincnt Kwh the of those Pla Ces May be willing to Aii urd in constructing the said Road. Furnish the above abstract Lor the Eason that we have not room Lor the proceed at length. The supreme court of the United states commenced session on monday pre Seizu judges Thompson Mclean and in Aldrin. The Tilelli gender of tuesday says the state of the a oads Mim i Cully accounts for the non arrival of judges. Chief Justice shall we understand is expected to arrive to wards the close 01 the week. Justice John son is expected during the. Term but not so Early ing on the Road by serious indisposition. Justices Story and us Vall will perhaps be in attendance to Day. For the he Kald. Or. I have noticed in the citizen a statement that great inconvenience exists from the want of warehouses and that it has been suggested if the citizens do not go on to erect them the rail Road company must to the preclusion of Competition in the former. Now it is most obvious that the existing inconvenience does not result from the want of warehouses but from the want of transportation. How warehouses Are to remove such inconveniences it is dih cult to perceive. The following fact strongly illustrates the matter. One of the forwarding agents receives Neuil four Hundred barrels of flour daily and such is the Scarcity of cars that he cannot Send More than about 150 per Day to Baltimore. Therefore to remedy the difficulties if any arise from he want of Ware houses let Twenty cars be added to the daily train and the want of warehouses will idiot be Felt. The Farmers do not desire to place their flour on storage in this City but to have it promptly forwarded to Baltimore. Had the citizen Given the name of his Sug Gustor it would have been satisfactory As it might led to some comprehension whether enmity towards the warehouses erected is. Not at the Bottom of his motives. A Looker on. Commercial. Hail Road transportation. Ave have made arrangements to procure for publication a weekly statement of the flour and other produce and manufactures trans ported to Baltimore from our depot on the Tail Road. It will be care Fly made up to Friday evening of Eracli week and presented in a form will enable our readers to see at a glance the Quantity of articles sent to Baltimore. The statement below includes the transportation from the 3d and we Are assured that it would have exceeded the amount by nearly 2000 barrels if cars could have been procured. Tons. Gift. Or. Ii. Jan by. 2 39 5 0 24 390 "3 26 8 3 14 262 "4 17 1 2 19 167 5 34 11 1 331 "6 41 9 411j 7 44 6 4 4594 9 38 19 16 404 "10 37 11 2 12 352 "11 27 5 1 4 262 12 45 8 3 12 371 "13 52 11 2 12 511 miscellaneous. 37 cwt. Pork 8 bbl whiskey 16 boxes of candles a Lotof Carpi Ting Woollen yarn Buck skins 24 bids of tallow 15 Bales of of horns 21 bags of Rye 1 bbl. Of Brandy to Bacco 650 Bush of shorts 100 hush Corn with a Large amount of miscellaneous articles. The passengers transported from Jan. 1st to the loth inclusive excluding those in the employ of the company were 297. From the chronicle of yesterday. Baltimore Market. The supplies in How Ard Street by the wagons is Small and the prevailing1 Price see Stobe we understand that some Small sales have been made from store at 5.50 a lot of City Mills Standard was disposed Cash and the same description Isnow Heldart 5.50. The supplies of Corn by the wagons having been Good the article has declined to 55c. We quote wheat at a 1.05. Rye 80 a. 83c. Oats 40 a 45c. Whiskey has advanced in con sequence of the limited supplies we quote at 28 a 30c. From wagons and 33 a 33a from store exclusive of not brisk. The Rev. Or. Jones will preach in the Baptist meeting House of this City on to mor Row at 3 o clock p. M. Jan. 14. Board of Alderi Tex. The undersigned is grateful to those friends who have unsolicited placed him before the Public As a Suita ble candidate for Alderman but he respect fully declines the nomination. We. Ogden n1les. To the voters of Frederick. Return Yon my thanks for the assurances Given me whilst i was before you As a candidate for the mayoralty and beg leave to inform you that circumstances Render it necessary for me to decline taking a poll at the next election. Yours respectfully Jan. 14th 1832. John r1gnf.y. Candidates for Thomas Carl ton Lewis Fri Kraut John l. Harding. Gentlemen announced for Alder men and common Council shall have a place in our next. The following a Cut Lernon Are respect fully announced to the chief i of Fred Rick As can for Alik rms ii. Wednesday evening last by the item. Or. Wachter George g. Mender to miss Mary Ann i Cuver All of this county. On tuesday last by the k. Schafier or. Jul Hoisey East an t to miss Surah Ythi Hicl All of this county. On the same Day by the same or. Basil Lugenbeel merchant of this City to miss Billu Smith daughter of h. Smith Esq. P Liberty town on wednesday morning 4th inst. In the 64th year of his after a Long and linger ing illness which was borne with pious Forti tude and resignation. The deceased was one amongst the oldest residents of that his remains were followed to the grave by his widow and six children with other rela Tives and friends and interred in the Catholic Church burying ground on thursday last. Last week in Baltimore county mrs. Mary wife of heal c. Stinch comb Esq. And daughter of John Hamilton Esq. In the 35th year of her age. On the 27th Ultimo William p. Far Esq. Formerly a representative from his country in the legislature of Maryland. Transportation to jute me subscribers beg leave to inform the Farmers and Millers of Frederick and Washington counties that they have established at the rail Road depot in prod which town and have now ready for a Large and substantial w a rehoused for the reception of flour whiskey Grain Clover seed and Oiher produce which they pro pose to Pui Uliase or Forward Agie ably to inst oils on reasonable Leims. Meiichi Amnise of every description intended for the Interior received and Ibi warded at a moderate charge. Messes. G. H. Wilson 5c co., Baltimore will five immedi Ite attention to any goods consigned to this House. Heck a to w. Taylor Esq messes. Jacob Albert is co. Plaster key hops Charles Wilson is co. Frederick Jan. 14. V the convenience and More easy accommodation of the Public the Scriber proposes to a Linly Money in sums from Timbl Dib upon bunds or notes with approved Secu Rity upon approved mortgages or judgments or upon approved Bonds or notes on third parties left in pledge As May Besl suit the views and convenience of the Borrower. The interest on All Loans will be required Semi annually. Al Loans will be confined to residents of Frederick county. The subscriber May be found at his Law office in Frederick directly cast of the court House every Day in the week Sun Days excepted. The must inviolable secrecy v ill be observed touching All the operations of this institution. John ii. Far no. 8 in the English i re Hyie Nan Church. Apply this january 14. Hale. By virtue of sundry writs of the state of Maryland of Fieri facial issued out of fre Derick county court and to the Sherril of said county directed i will sell at Public Sale on Sattum Lily Day of january t. At 10 o clock a. M. At the House of Johnson near Frederick town a variety of household and Kitchen furniture consisting in part of one chairs one Secretary and Bookcase one writing desk one Bureau and two Large looking glasses one dining set Liverpool four Large Silver Candle Sticks and stands a Complete set of dining tables and one set of card tables with a variety of valuable books and portrait paintings. And aug on the same Day a1. Frederick county jail one Black Man late properly James lira Hame seized and taken at the suits of Jno. K. Kelso and others and for hirers fees. 1 Liliu bltf.nolf., set f. January Mth. Deposits. The subscriber Inri Ier proposes to receive i Tiney Deposit in sums of not less than one Al Pinili a l for which he will pay interest Semi annually at the rate of three percent per annul All deposits subject to be checked for at any time by giving tar tip Days notice. In every Case certificates of Deposit will be issued with the highest Security for the faithful performance of the Trust. John h. Mel flesh. January 14. For a Black boy aged 19 years to serve until he is o5. He has served the last two years in a Blacksmith shop. Apply at this office. Jan. 14. Of kick of the and Ohio Kail Road company Jan uary 2, 1832. The president and directors of this company have this Day declared a dividend of sixty be jets per share on the capital Slock thereof which will be paid to the stockholders or their Legal representatives at the mechanics Bank of Baltimore on or after wednesday the 1st Day of february next. By order of the Board. P. E. Thomas pres t. Jan. 14. Public Sale. He subscriber will ofter at Public Sale near Middletown on thursday the 26th instant the following personal property to 4 test irate houses cattle sheep and hogs Broad tread wagons 2 narrow do. 1 cart 1 harrows wheat fan ploughs and and farming utensils 6 b1sbs bedding 1 eight Day clock mahogany Case 1 Twenty four hour do. A Secretary 3 bureaus 8 tables 3 stoves a thirty gallon Copper Kettle entirely new variety of House hold and Kitchen furniture too tedious to mention. Truis of All sums of go and credit of six months will be give ii. Purchasers giving notes with approved ail under the Sale i Romm nip at 10 o clock a i and it i i will Montinne .l.ijv. To vol s. U. American rail Road journal. Ii1. Subscriber now publishing a weekly paper called the ambit can Uail Ruoai journal. A pain Rijal dict the proposed work to the Public is 1.0 diffuse a More general know ledge of his import Ait of internal communication which at this time appears to engage the to edition of almost every Section of our country. The american Kail Road journal is printed on a Sheet of the largest Mam Moll and put up in a convenient form Lor binding each number containing sixteen Large Octavo pages of there by Jinns each. The selections upon uie by object of rail roads and other works of internal improve ment will be from the authors both of Europe and America and will be Occa illustrated by engravings. A part of this journal will be devoted to the sub led of internal a history Oft he first hit to detion of roads inn England and their Imp rot Cine it s to the present Day. It will notice he meet Ings in the Dillhunt Sci ions of the coun try upon the i Becl of Lail roads. 1 he remaining part of the paper will contain the literary miscellaneous and news matter of the new Youknis fur unit him Ling All Filiti cat subjects except such As Are of general concern. The terms of the american i Railroad journal Are three dollars per annul blk. In add acc and will not he sent with out. Any person who will obtain sub scribers and remit the amount shall a copy Gratis and to companies often sub Seibers associate and remit Twenty five dollars it will he sent for 552 5u each per the journal will be for any length of time desired if paid in and Vance. It will be published on slur clan. Letters upon the subject of the Yanieri. Can Road journal May be addressed free postage to the publisher and part proprietor i k Minot no. 35, n York. Second mini Crol the journal will he issued on the. Of january Slid on the saturday of each following week. The numbers from the commencement will be forwarded to All the subscribers until the end of half year. V. Y. American tit i weekly. The new York american is now pub shed Tipke a Wekkin Addi Tion to the Jia Ify Tienyu Demy As usual. This arrangement made to accommodate a Large class of business men in the coun try who Are desirous of seeing the Lvi list Iii tits of the Day Yel Are unwilling Loen counter the the expense of subscription and postage of a daily paper. By i arrangement it will easily by perceived their wis res May be gratified Al expense of a daily paper As most of the and it i both of the i uhf and Sanii papers will appear in the v a Jeriean and the Reading Mailer As published in the daily paper. It will he issued on Tiff Silum j Filiti ii Tyx and a five dollars per annul in to subscribers out of the i to Floc City of new York and forwarded a chortling to their order and Tor any length of Lime. All levers relating to the Tri weedy Ani Iiran May be addressed to the pub Lis Herand put proprietor. I k. Min Fml. 35,. N y. I lie new Yak american is published i at Rio per annul Anat 554 per annul in air notice As heretofore at no. 35. New Yolk. I bos. Printers to whom Thev. I Ork american for the is sent will please publish the above proposals six weeks and Send their Bills to the office of the new York american. January 14. Office of the Chesapeake Ohio canal company. Washington Jan. 9, 1832. K ipos als will be received at Thi office As follows 1st. For the construction of a dam across the Potomac River near Harper s for the construction of a Stone arpiedtic1 across Cato tin Creek until the 31st Day of january instant. 2nd. For the excavation embankment and Walling of twelve Miles of canal extending from the 84th Section of the canal near to the Point of to Harper s ferry in sections of about a mile each and for the construction of four Stone lift locks and one guard lock and several Cul verts on the same portion of canal until the 17th Day of february. 3rd. For the excavation embankment and wailing of forty Miles of canal extend no from Harper s ferry to and for the construction of the necessary locks aqueducts culverts and dams until the 30th Day of March next. The plan and specification of the dam and Aqueduct will be exhibited Afler the 15 h instant and the contracts will be declared at the canal office in this City on 1st Day of february next. The plan and specification of the other work below Harper s ferry will be exhibited at the canal office after the 28t i inst. And the contract will be declared at har per s ferry on the 23d Day of february next the plan and Spe i fixation of the work i tween Harper s ferry and Williamsport will be exhibited it the canal office after the 10th Day of March next and the con tracts will be declared at Shepherdstown n Virginia on the 4lh Day of april follow ing. A link foim1 proposals will be furnished on Upah Califon to this office. P. Clerk Ohio Jubal in. Jyh. American turf Regmer and spouting Magazine. The january number of the above valuable work been received and subscribers Are to Call it the Herald office for their copies. January 14. M Blic Tiik nubs River will sell it Public on la Eil Nettnay the Sifi of t to Nury next at his residence six Miles from Frederick on the Jerige Tovin Road. Neoto the one Huvian g a child 12 months old and the other one of 10 of age who Mill be sold with hem them cattle one Wagon acid Cedis ploughs Glaitous a n. I sundry other running ulc Tsiu with a weavers loom and inns. Vorms. Credit of six months will be Kitten on All sums of five dollars and up wards the purchaser giving note with up proved smaller sums to be Cash. Sale to commence at Lvov Lack in the morn ing. Us All. J tie servants will not he sold to any person who will Lake them out of the slate. January 14. The Garan spot of county at trustees Sale by virtue of a it cite of Frederick county court Silling a court of chancery like subscribers will offer us Public Sale at tavern of Mathias Frederick on Friday the 17 the of february next at 10 o clock in the morning the us elks Tate. Of Jacob Hentz late of Frederick county deceased consisting of several parcels of land adjoining the own of Frederick and several lots fronting on the Turnpike in thai part of the town commonly known by the name of town. The first part of which was formerly the residence of the deceased and contains or 2oo of the first rate Limestone land about 3d acres thereof in Wood and a sufi Sicney of Meadow ground. The Woodland is very valuable and is expected will Cut cords to the acre and a person can haul from 10 to 12 loads to town in Day. It is All in a High Stair of cultivation id cd into eleven fit and possesses a great Many advantages by nearness to the Large and flour Ishing Lown of Frederick. It is bounded the town of Frederick about one mile on the West Side thereof and May be very and Laid off in building and grass lots. The improvements con Sist of a Large two Story log House rough cast Stone Kitchen bake House Spring House and a Well of Good within a few feel of the Kitchen door a Large new Frame Bain with a never failing Stream of we Turin the a Stone stable 60 feet to Iii sufficient for 15 head of horses and Iti head of horned cattle. I Here is also on the North end of the farm adjoining the Woodland a Small log House Willii Well of Good water near the door and a Large Fraine stable Tuc above properly possesses advantages Hong serous Aslo prevent them by Injo inserted in til advertisement Ami wiil be Otle Rcd us. Loge Lher Al the Lime and place. Above men lined if not sold will he offered in to Silil purchasers. The second part consist x of Bont 63 acres of Mountain Lund lying about five Miles from Frederick and join into i he lands of Jacob or. Wilson and others and will in divided into 10 or 12 acre lots and offered at the same Lime and several lots in Hal part of Frei Leivick commonly known by the name of Lown fronting on the Turnpike and adjoining the property of Daniel loner and Jacob Widrick. Or Luuy fronting on Lei ill Street adjoining tin Mill Pond of Lewis Fum Senri on one of which it Small tenement ism Clad. Also i he Iron ind it of a ii uni or of Lois in that part of Frederick Eal Leil he Ritz the tide is. Possession will lit Given on the first Dav of apr a xxi in i decl to the tenant s Light the crop. Persons wishing to View the property and desirous of further information Are invited to Call on either of the subscribe in one of whom is residing on the the terms of Stile of the Purchase Money to be paid in hand on the Day of Sale and the residue in two equal an Nual Palm ends with interest from the Dav of sule to he secured by the notes of the purchaser or purchasers and approved securities. Payment of All the Pur Chase Money conveyances will be made to the purchaser or purchasers. Idiot cd Daniel bknt2, january 14. Classical family Library no. Sallust translated by William Rose m. A. With improvements and notes Complete in one volume. Just received and for Sale by Geo. Mcdowell son Jan. 7. No. 212 Baltimore St. Reward. Ran away on sunday night the Lith ult. A negro Man belonging to the estate off the late Henry Koontz deceased named Charles. He is about 18 or 19 years of age 5 feet 9 or 10 _ Leigh Black complexion Dull and heavy countenance and rather slender form. He took with him a variety of clothing consisting of a suit of drab fulled Linsey an overcoat of the same a fur hat a Good Deal worn besides a number of waistcoats and other clothing. He is slow and Dull in his speech. Circumstances have transpired which Lead to the supposition that the said negro left fre Derick in company with a certain irishman named Waters who eloped about that time. I he above Reward will be paid for his apprehension and securement on Toft he state of Maryland or if taken and secured within Laid state and All reasonable expenses paid if Arough Thome. Samuel Young acting executor of a Koontz dec d Jan. 7. Jin 1to Tayka from the Deco in Wol Livilla on the night of the 28th of december a Hom-1 Ini Ait 12 years old about h or 15 enu uht Tail is rather Long. The Only Mark recollected is a scar on her thigh near the hip occasioned by the kick of u horse. Whoever will return said Mare to the subscriber in Wolfville Frederick co. My. Will receive a reasonable Reward. To ions Bulent. Jan. 7. Walter Crook or Pafch Hanger. 10-1 Market below uni Aloert Baltic Thorb. Respectfully inform the inhabitants of Frederick town and Vicinity that he would be Happy to nerve them with any article they May want in his line of business Viz drapes for and Beds silk and worsted dammit More ens silk worsted and Cotton fringe i p silk a allo Oit bind info tilt Cornice Onu uncut i curtain bands and pins other trimmings for curtains 1 curled hair and common Nat relies Feather Beds sofas and Loung is Patent rocking und easy Chain piano and footstools chair settee and Pew cushions und venetian blinds. Hangings suitable Foit j n rooms Parlours Ami entries i Annels i ire Board pieces quintile of Low priced suitable for retailing. All the above for Sale w Hole Sale and retail on Asil i Iii As they can be Jour Chism a elsewhere. Ujj Altimori Jan. 7. V virtue of a writ of the state of Luul of Fieri facial issued out of Frede Rick county court and to the Sherill of said county directed will positively be sold at pub Lic Saleon i he premises in Titt Erduy the the title and in Crest of Johanan Manson of in and 1iousk and lot in Whereon the said mans ii now late the property of the wind Lohi Iruin Manson. Taken at he suit of the a armers and mechanics Hank of Fred Erick county and for officers Cen. Jut Knolk j c. Ann in Jan. 7. By Irlue of a decree of Frederick county court hitting1 in u court of equity will be offered at Public Sale on us trility the 11 in february a ref Between thu hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 1 o clock the tavern of or. Nicolo Lan in Frederick town a valuable Farhi containing 105 acres of land Mure or less known and called by the Immy of Mucky Cut t lying and being1 situate about Oil mile nil a half Jym Frederick town formerly the pro Perly Jacob font deceased and by him devised to his daughter Sophia font and by her conveyed to the org Smith in Trust by a deed bearing Date the 27th Day of Fol Druary this farm is of the Besl Quality of Limestone land Well watered with improvements suitable for the residence of any Olla w h to Purchase a comfortable div cell it if House barn and out houses. All persons who May wish to Purchase this valuable Little farm Are requested to look at it Hud for Themi docs As to the Quality of the land and the pleasantness of the Silviu Tion for the residence of a family which real estate will he Shewn i any one. By the mib a or by the tenant who resides on the premises. Iff purchaser must pay one third of the Purchase Money to the trustee on the Day of Sale and the other two thirds in two equal annual payments from the Day of Sale for which two last payments the Pur Chaser Nusl give Bond to the trustee with approved Security with interest and when All the Purchase Money is paid the trustee will convey to the purchaser a Good title to said farm. George Smith trustee. Jan. 7. Stile will be sold at the late residence of Henry Koonuk deceased in Fred Rick Towli on Friday Ike january instant a part of the personal estate belonging to the said deceased consisting in part of a Wagon cart several ploughs and other farming utensils a Quantity of new hails 1000 shingles work. Loloi ses an excellent Riding Horsch five head of Slock three Milch cows one Breeding sow and a number of other articles too tedious to mention. Credit of six months will be Given on All sums above five dollars the Pur chasers giving their notes with approved be of and under Cash. No pro Perty to be removed until the terms of Are complied with. Sale to commence at 10 o clock a. M. Due attendance Given by Samuel Young. Acting sex r. Of Henry Koontz dec d. Jan. 7. For As committed to the jail of Fred _ _ Crick county is a runaway on the 5th of last a negro woman who Calls herself Susan or she is about five feel High 40 years of age. Had on when committed a Blue Domestic frock Blue Calico Sun Bonnet perfect Are severely frosted. She says 5s free and lived on pipe Creek Fred Erick county my. The owner if any is re Quested i come Forward prove property a id Clim gis Oichi Wise she will be re leased according to Law. J 7 a f e Patapsco hotel. Tiik i rope motor leave to i h lend that he taken tin of Liliee at the Dot g to the improvement and comport of the i a Tapsco Hoisl. Immedi. Upon the in Altimori and Ohio and traveller to the went will find it convenient stopping place Lor the night the. Passengers curs Baltimore every morning at 6 o clock and by Culfen Tel the i Tapsco hotel and who out eve ninja earn will be 13 on their. Journey Cudy to Start for Fredericcc at 8 o clock in the Mon Jinjr. The Home undergone nil every atle lion still Che rocked i jord Comfort to those who patronize a very respectfully Mclaughlin Jan. 7. Copert Netth in a subscriber Iwuh Thia Dity taken int cd partner ulip Framcis a. Crook. The business in future will be conducted under the firm of Selywn in returning thanks for the Liberal support received from my friends and the Public for a number of years 1 have to solicit it continuance of the same to the new concern and As it Desira ble to Settle up my old businesses speedily m possible request All persons having claims against me to present them for settlement k and indebted to make immediate pay a cult _ Jas. C. Sellman. Joule. Jan. 2. Crook no. 79, 1 met fit. Head a wharf Balti Iwone. Roil Salk bad Ito and Porto Rico Coffee 40 Hila. N. Or tins and w. L sugar do mqlj1sses 30 chests half chests Young Hyson Tea 150 bbl. No. 1 2 Herr Iris id. Cotton Seine twine at factory prices 3 luncheons old Puiul High Flavoured Jam. Rum 200 bbl. Ground super. Fine i Lour luncheons Kiln dried Corn meal together with in extensive of every article in the grocery line which will be Mold on pleasing terms. Hull. Jun. 7 t Safe by virtue of a decree of Frederick county court sitting As u court of equity i will Oiler for hate to the highest bidder it the Laic residence of i Lii Ubelli Croft dec Elised now occupied Ity or. Lumps in mid Delown about 2 Miles North of mid Del own. On monday the 1832. The Val Uible Zirul of said Deceu Sodl of the following described property Viz a valuable flour Mill with ten acres of land adjoining it an err la no barn u. Coit fort Hie dwelling with convenient out Loutit a which will he sold detached from what is commonly called the dwelling Plantation 190 acres of valuable land More or adjoining the said Mill fit land with a liar Jar and Cortyc Nicus decl ing House n Good Burn and Milia _ hic real estate is situated in a very Fertile part of the Valley and in a wealthy neighbourhood on the Large Road Ici Dinglo what in called the new Cut Road. Fhi.1 tract Luiu 15 Acron of Timber Laud. Aei is More or in ski of very valuable la Nuil Lund situate in a dimly in Middletown a Ulley the above property in very value ble., and worthy of the of form Era and Millers mid u line speculation fur men of capital which ought not to be neglected. Any pc Hon who May win i to Pur Chase Kail valuable property or any part there of is requested to Call on James Kin nov John Mcneil or the Subici incr who will the premises urn give any information in relation thereto which May be required. Jonnn or Purchas ers must pay one half of the Purchase Money to the Trusley. On the Day of Salo the other half in two equal annual payments from the Day of male without interest to be secured by Bonds and securities to be approved by the Ulun All the Purchase Money is Pii us the Trumure will convey to the Pur chair a Good title to said real estate. Jobu or Oft trustee. Jan. 7. I Ohio rail Road. Chas. A forwarding 1mmkdiatkly at tibi5 pm spot t or Derrick Vily my. To Orndortf co. Klias Shaw so Woodward win. Tiffany co. Stoggs Johnson co. Hopkins Liro hers Hugh win. Crawford Dinsmore Kyle american Baltimore will please publish the above 8 Herald a Williamsport my. Washingtonian Leesburg and fic publican win Chester a. Each four times and charge the Frederick dec. 31, 3 o Baltimore Ohio rail ii Oad company. Cars will Start daily from the depot of the company in Frederick for Balti More at a Quarter before ten o clock a. M. Cd for seats apply at the office of the depot in Frederick. Accompanies often or upwards can have a car or cars Al any Lime during the Day that will not interfere with the above arrangements a applying to the agent at the depot. Bushels Ophi s Waxtel d at the depot for which the Cix Willic

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