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Session Laws, 1890
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ELIHU E. JACKSON, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

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east thirty-four and seven-tenths perches; eighteenth, north


thirty-seven and one-half degrees, east twenty-four and one-fourth


perches; nineteenth, north three and one-fourth degrees, west


twenty-four and fifty-four one hundredths perches to a point on


west side of said creek north of the county road bridge over said


creek; thence, twentieth, north fifty-six and one half degrees, west


fifteen and one-fourth perches to a point in bed of old furnace


railroad and with it; twenty-first, south forty-three and three-


quarter degrees, west fifty-five and two-tenths perches; then


twenty-second, south fifty-nine and three-quarter degrees, west


sixty and three-tenths perches to a large rock; then twenty-third,


north sixty-six and three-quarter degrees, west sixteen perches ;


twenty-fourth, north forty-three and one-half degrees, west twenty-


two and one-tenth perches near a white oak tree on west side of


Koontz run, then across Koontz' run; twenty-fifth, south fifty-


six and one-half degrees, west nineteen and one-tenth perches to


a post in front of fence of Charles Weisenthal's house; twenty-


sixth, south sixty-nine degrees, west ten and seven-tenth perches ;


twenty-seventh, south thirty-five and three-quarter degrees, east


forty-two perches to a point in fence of Castle school building ;


then twenty-eighth, south forty-five and three-quarter degrees,


west twenty-four and one-half perches to the southwest corner


or Samuel Barber's sr. fence on Church hill; twenty-ninth, south


forty and three-quarter degrees, east fifteen and four-tenths per-


ches; thirtieth, south twenty degrees, east twenty-eight and


eight-tenths perches to south side of county road; thence across


George's creek and Cumberland and Pennsylvania railroad; thirty-


one, south twenty-nine degrees, east thirty-one perches; thirty-


second, south thirty-three and one-half degrees, west ten and nine-


tenths perches to the corner of A. Jackson Clark's fence; and


with it thirty-third, south twenty-one and one-fourth degrees, east


twenty-eighth and two-tenths perches; then thirty-fourth, north


sixty-nine and one-half degrees, east seven and eighty-eight one


hundredths perches to southeast corner of John Ricker's lot ;


then thirty-fifth, south seventeen degrees, east sixteen and one-half


perches to the place of beginning.


SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That the male citizens of the age of


twenty-one years and upwards who have resided in the town of


Lonaconing six months preceding the election, and who must be


registered as prescribed in section five of this act, shall on the


first Tuesday of April, eighteen hundred and ninety, (1890,) at

Elections

such place as the judges of election shall designate, within the


corporate limits of said town, and at such place for all succeed-


ing elections as the mayor and councilmen of said town shall


designate, elect one person residing in said town, mayor of the


town of Lonaconing.


SEC. 4. And be it enacted, That the persons qualified as re-




 
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