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The Citizen
The Citizen
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Description: Advertisements - Page 3

Date: December 9 1831

Newspaper published in: Frederick, Md.

Page/Column: 3/6

Advertisements - Page 3

Books, Books: The subscriber, wishing to close his business, will sell at reduced prices (at the office of the Herald), a large collection of valuable books consisting of family bibles (various sizes and prices), sermons and other religious works, history, novels, architecture, miscellany, &c. &c. &c. Greek, Latin & English School Books, together with Pocket Maps of Maryland, Virginia and Ohio. Catalogues furnished gratis.

N. B. All persons indebted to the subscriber for Herald, for advertising or otherwise, are once more requested to make payment.

John P. THOMSON, December 9.

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Fresh Fruit: Oranges, lemons, prunes, managa grapes, raisins, almonds, figs, currants, with, as usual, a full assortment of t4eas, wines, groceries, and liquors. Also, Superior Family Flour, very fine and fresh - just received and for sale by Basil NORRIS.
December 9.

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Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company. Cars will daily start from the Depot of the Company in Frederick for Baltimore at Half Past Nine o'clock, A. M. For seats, apply at the office of the depot in Frederick. The above arrangement commenced on Saturday, the 3d instant, and will be continued daily hereafter.

December 9, 1831.

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To the Public: [Unreadable - possibly reads "I shall attend"] the session of Frederick County Court, at its next February Term. During my absence, at Washington, all who have committed professional business to my care, will please, if they need counsel, call on Richard H. MARSHALL, Esq., who has politely authorized this reference.

Francis THOMAS
December 9.

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David J. Ruddach, No. 51 Pratt, near Sharp Street, Baltimore, has just received and offers for sale -
- 4 Pipes of Superior Cognac Brandy, the vintage of 1823 Otara, Du Pe & Co's brand
- 6 puncheons of Jamaica Spirits.
- 4 Pipes superior Gin.
- 2 half pipes Madeira Wine - with a choice assortment of wines and other liquors, all warranted pure and sound.
- 40 barrels Old Whiskey.

He has in store:
- 30 hhds. New Orleans and St. Croix Sugar.
- 30 hhds. New Orleans and W. India Molasses.
- 60 bags Rio, Java, and St. Domingo Coffee.
- 40 bags heavy Pepper.
- 40 bbls. Spermaceti and Common Oil.
- 10 boxes superior tobacco.

With a choice assortment of Fresh Teas and other [unreadable] which he will sell on pleasing terms.

N. B. Being on a line of the Rail Road, he will receive Goods either to forward or on consignment; and will pay the highest cash prices for produce of every description.


Henry PAYSON & Co., Baltimore.
William LORMAN & Son, Baltimore.
George SALMON, Frederick.
David BOYD, Frederick.
John BRUNNER, of J. M. E. BARTGIS, Frederick.
Mason PARSONS, Woodsborough.
Thomas SIM, Woodsborough.
Jacob WELLER & Son, Mechanicstown.
William CREAGER, Mechanicstown.
John HERRING, Middletown.
Leonard PICKINS, Graceham.

Baltimore, December 9

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Frederick County Bank, December 5, 1831. The president and Directors of this institution have declared a dividend of three per cent on the capital stock, for the last six months, ending this day. And payable to the stockholders or their order on or after Monday the 12th inst. By order, George BAER, Cashier, December 9.

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The subscriber offers his services to the citizens of Frederick and its vicinity, in the capacity of an auctioneer. He will be ready to attend all sales at a moment's notice. He also takes this opportunity to return his thanks to those who have entrusted him with their business, and trusts, by the exertion of his best abilities, to merit a continuance of their favors.

Patrick Street, nearly opposite to Stuart GAITHER's store
December 9.

Submitted: 11/20/07 (Edited 11/20/07)

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