The Hagerstown Daily News says that Mr. Slaymaker, chief engineer, with a corps of assistants, arrived in Hagerstown on Monday, reported to Col. W. F. M. McCarty, and in the afternoon proceeded to Shenandoah Junction to survey the site of the future Antietam City, and to locate a mammoth steel plant and other works to employ 3,000 people.
The syndicate that has purchased the land at that place intend to build a model city. The streets are to be 100 feet wide, macadamized and sewered. Electric lights will be put in and it is said that the Holly system of waterworks will be used to be bring water from the Potomac for all purposes.
The prospectus of the place, with maps, etc., will be issued at an early date. The first sale of lots will take place early in January, and those who are interested are confident in their assertions that Antietam City will have the largest boom along the whole line.
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