orlando wright 5-7-1857 alton weekly telegraph
T AND FOU SAI,E.-Sin ? •»»«>«'« 1 ? Li acres of land for sale, hy private contract, ' consisting of the following lots : under cultiva- 'omile. Eightv acres of land now under C tion with house, stable and corn-crib, twi "one^ar^'compVising 22i .«* 125 of which are under cultivation, and the balance Omber.— There is on the farm a commodious dwelling housl containing seven room., kitchen, wood-. Souse, cellars, closets, ic. A fine young bearing "chard, five wells, springs, gooJ lime rock; also n tenant house, ic., two mile; and a half sbutnwest of Carlinville. Also various lots of timber land adjoining and contiguous to the Chicago, Alton and St. Louis Railroad, and in the iimediete vicinity a large saw-mill. All of is situated within three mile, of the Also, a farm of 200 acres of prairie and 23 eras of timber, situated on the Alton and Terre Haute Railroad, quarter of a mile from the Clyde Depot,' Macoupin county, 100 . acres of Vhich is under cultivation, and has on it a fine wo-»torv house, stable and corn-crib. . Potparticulars of advantages of situation and cS^Vo&^e^bntt ^he^Sm^i^r^feplSuvS T SLOiUer, Chesterfield; Samuel Welton and John A Chesnut, Carlinville; Orlando Wright, Zanesviile; Thomas Hohson, Carrollton, Greene Jlne-third cash and the balance in two e^ual in-nanmen , Carliuville, 111., February 26, 1857.—worn.