1856

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1856 - previous year since tbe commencement of...
previous year since tbe commencement of operations. operations. - Affairs ix CakEoll Co-cstv. Co-cstv. Co-cstv. Wecopytha following from the "iVeslminster papers the De mocrat and the Sentinel: Real Estate Salts On the 12th ult , the real estate of Dr. E D. Eayne, deceased, situated in Woolery's district, was sold at public sale. The estate comprised 400 acres of land, improved with grist and saw mills, dwelling, &c, and sold to Mr John Shamburger, of Baltimore co , at Sll 50 per acre, amounting In the aggregate to SI. (KM). On the 6th, the estate of Tho. Taylor, containing 93 acres, -was-sold -was-sold -was-sold -was-sold in parcels, as follows:" follows:" No. 1, Home lot, to Mrs. Mary Taylor, for $500; No 2, to Jes.ie Magee, at 10 75 per acre; No 3, to Azarlah Oursler, at S3 25 per srre; No. 4. to Misses Catherine and Emeline Taylor, at Sti 50 per acre; No 5. to John Evans, at SJI0 do The real estate of the late Daniel Batson was sold on Saturday last, at public sale, for SCO per acre. David Grogg purchaser. The Almshouse Barn. The county commissioners commissioners of Carroll have awarded the contract for the building of the almshouse barn to Andrew Slonaker, ot Uniontown. Mr. S. is to receive $1,525 for the performance of the work. Appointment. Wm. A. Wampler, Esq., of Westminster, has been appointed bythecounty school commissioners clerk to the' board, vice Charles Denning, removed. Railroad Meeting. A large meeting has been held at Taneytown and measures taken to secure the construction of the railroad from Hanovei to Littlestown, so as to secure an easy communication communication with Baltimore. New Yore Domestic Mareets. The tendency

Clipped from The Baltimore Sun07 Mar 1856, FriPage 1

The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland)07 Mar 1856, FriPage 1
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