In the Railroad World. Railroad affairs are thickening up about Shepherdstown. Every option in Jefferson county necessary for the B. & O. cut-off has been secured except one, that from Benjamin Hartzell at Shepherdstown, and Major J. A. Hunter, right-of-way agent, is now arranging for that. This practically clears the way for the contractors, the amount awarded by the commissioners to J. L. Hauger having been deposited in bank and the privilege secured to go through his place. Mr. Hauger’s is the only unsettled damage along the entire line. The following are the sums agreed upon for damages by the land-owners named below: A.S. Reynolds $2,500 Heirs of D. G. Moler 2,800 Geo. S. Knott 2,000 Mrs. Ella Lamar 6,300 John G. Flanagan 5,500 Flanagan heirs 600 Jacob S. Moler and heirs of Martha J. Moler 3,200 Potomac Building Stone and Iron Ore Co. 1,000 James M. Engle 10,000 Charles Smith 9,000 […]
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