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Mad Known en Application.
Republican State Ticket.
For Secretary of State,
JAMES 8. ROBINSON,
" of Hardin.
Judge of the Supremo Court,
.MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS,
Clerk of the Supreme Court,
t - ' URBAN HESTER,
of Van Wert.
r Commissioner of Common Schools,
E. T. XAPPAN,
' ' of Knox.
Member Board of Public Works,
M. W. HAHN,
Member of Congress,
JACOB J. PUGSLEY,
Common Pleas Judge (long term),
HENRY M. HUGGINS,
Common Pleas Judge (short term),
Judge of Circuit Court,
Republican Couty Convention.
The Republicans of Highland county
are hereby notified to assemble in con
vention at -the Court House in Hillsboro,
Monday, October 11, 1880, at 10 a. m., to
nominate the following ticket, to be
voted for at the November election:
Auditor, Commisssioner and Infirmary
The Republicans of Highland county
are hereby notified to meet in conven
tion at their respective voting places in
the several townships and precincts, on
Saturday, October 0, 1888, between the
hours of 2 and 5 o'clock p. m., to select
delegates to the County Convention.
Basis of representation of townships and
precincts, 1 delegate for each 60 votes
and fraction of -5 or more additional
cast for J. B. Foraker for Governor in
The representation of townships and
precincts will be as follows :
BnuaerMk, N. P 2
jnusnerees, o. r a
Lieerty, N. P 8
Liberty, R P. 9
Madison,,...,., . 10
KarshsU '. ..'... "'."..'" 1
Nsw Market 3
Paint, N. P. S
Tf eMUUIglaB mmiiiiiimimiiihi e
By ardor of the Comaaittee.
B. W. Fajrroif, H. D. Waddell,
' Secretary. Chairman.
Sherman's Portamotth speech crowd
ed' out this week, bat will appear next
Every school district in the oeuaty
should be represented at the Conven
tion. Cleveland slapped the soldiers in the
face, and Denver is a supporter of the
Administration, Oh yes, Denver is a
friend(T) of the soldier.
Every voter should read our supple
mant this week and see there the unan
swerable arguments in favor of Repub
licanism, a free ballot and honest gov
ernment. Tana of thousands of Republicans and
Democrats in Ohio don't believe in
fraud and bribery reigning ampremc in
omr State executive department, and
will heartily endorse every effort nude
to overthrow it. .
The Gazette in its last issue ruled out
ot the Democracy Boss Sloane aad ewjr
otkar P loot who vote against theta
lajHsas, nnlesa they bow before '.tots
DiUsjr art kf Wf pudon, and aie i-fll-
iaf to now toe sucemyot weir re
lay a tens of probatios).
i daaaocaliied and dis-
cewageil, tot BsyrtHannahoaM be on
tirr jaattheaasM. Tbalidica
tioas point to Wttay taUac a back seat
V tWa to ike ease every eCortaboold
bo pat fern to theTOMakly organise aad
atotaurtrafrToaW'stkL Undo now
liaisrskip tho doausies may revive, at
Htiaty as their CongraasioBal candidate
has a ataaaafd oil tank fall of shekels.
Iko leUowiat is' a Ust of township
: Brasboreek, N. P., John
; Braskerook, 8. P., not yet
aapotatoi; Coaoatd, Ed Hetbariactoa;
OUgr.aVbBtaol Moon: Dodoos, J. K.R1-
sor; FabiaU, Wesley Da via; Haaar,
J at DoekwaU; Jaeaaaa, Si. Oaatia;
W4sBis"Bf M4 efBPBPBJ JsHHawUt Jbm !
rnaai, , r., UW. Wmmu;
Mr..B. F. Cox, of Whiteoak townsliip,
di'slrca us to announce that ho will be n
candidate for the Office ot County Com
missioner, subject to the decision of the
Republican County Convention'. ,
Mr. J. M. Foust, ot Clay Township,
authorizes us to announce him as a can
didate for tho office of County Commis
sioner, subject to tho decision of Repub
lican Connty Convention. .
Mr. David Workman, of Salem town
ship, authorises us to announco him ns n
candidate lor the office of County Com
missioner, subject to the decision of tho
Republican County Convention.
Don't forget tho pritnaihis next Satur
There will be no traitors or deserters
in the Republican Convention. It is
not necessary to caution the people.
There is no danger of the Republicans
making mistakes and selecting traitors,
cowards, boodlera and deserters as dele
gates to the Convention. The party is
made of different stuff.
Candidates for Congress, backed by a
platform that endorses fraud, forgery
and ballot-box staffing, will find out
they can never succeed. Many honest
Democrats will not vote for them.
After J. Benson gets through with the
exposure of the skinning by the Demo
crats, it will bo the leaders of that party
who will be sorry that Mr. Newell did
not let him drown in the mill-pond.
Denver is not shelling ' out the
"boodle" fast enough' to suit the
"boodle organ" on the corner, and there
fore it is attempting to scare him by the
allegation that Pagsley is buying every
voter in the District.
The first meeting of the Congressional
campaign was held by the Republicans
at City Hall in Wilmington, 0., on Sat
urday evening, Oct. 2d. The meeting
was addressed by Hon. J. J. Pugsley
and Hon. R. E. Doan.
Senator Pugsley began the campaign
in earnest last Saturday evening at "Wil
mington. He will be engaged in mak
ing speeches in Clinton county from the
1st to the 8th of October, speaking every
day in different parts of the county.
Tho Blaine Club at Cincinnati moved
into their new quarters last week, and
on Thursday night held an enthusiastic
meeting, at which they were addressed
by Governor Foraker, Hon. John Sher
man, "King Bob" Kennedy, and others.
Pugsley voted to restore Ohio to her
original and proper Congressional Dis
tricts ; he would not support the Cincin
nati election frauds; he introduced and
voted for a bill to prevent the repetition
of such frauds, and Democrats don't love
him for it.
"Before he will be admitted to mem
bership every Democratic committee
man will be required to make affidavit
to the effect that he has not sold his vote
since the election of Graver Cleveland,
and also give bond that he will lock him
self up in his cellar during the campaign
to prevent Republicans from corrupting
him." B. M. D.
For the benefit of the Gazette, which
seems very solicitous about it, we will
say that Foraker's speech, which ap
pears this week, would have been pub
lished last week had we had the room.
But still it is not too late to carry con
sternation and dismay into the Demo
cratic ranks, and the howling that is in
dulged in by them is evidence that
more than one of their number has
been hit. Evidently "truth does hurt."
The Oatelie says that Mr. Denver .will
spend no money in corrupting the
ballot-box. Perhaps not, but every
voter must remember that he is on a
ticket, the platform of which endorses
tha ballot-box stuffing of last fall, and
that the main issue of his party is that
the Republican party shall be defeated
for not allowing the men elected by
that crime keep their seats. If Mr.
Denver is not a supporter of fraud, for
gery and ballot-box stuffing, he should
have. the courage to leave the party
which openly endorses such crimes and
is very indignant when these crimes are
brought to light.
"And honest Republicans
will not vote forever for men whose
popularity is measured by the length of
The above is from last week's Gazette,
and may be marked down as one of the
few truths to be found on their editor
ial page. You are right, honest Repub
licans will not vote for such men, and
you might have added with equal truth
fulness, that they would not support
fraud, forgery, and ballot-box stuffing.
Aad that, with the additional fact that
hoaaat Democrats ;will not eltherj will
result in such a victory for every .Repub
lican caadidaio' the like of which has
not been heard of in years. Yes, Mr.
QaxttU, yon are right this time.
The Democrats have in Gen, Denver a
atatosiasn who is known from one end
of the coaatry to the other, a lawyer of
profoand learning, a'aoldier who fought
nobly in the Mexican war and in the
warofthoRoaeUionfaad in addition is
a gentleman of the' old school, and a
politician who believe it Is dishonorable
to bribe voters and seek office with
Tho Geasral's war exploits are hardly
done justice. Instead el two he was
the hero of three wars. The bloodiest
aght ia which he participated is entirely
ignored by his eulogist. He shot aad
killed a newspaper editor ia Sacremento
early ia the Iftles, and so far as known,
this is the only Mood which ha shed in
all his noble agbUng. He believes it is
diahoaorable to bribe voters aad seek
osaoo with money, bat ho oaa give his
vig seoas aapaort to ana who, as ho aad
vary oh kaowa, war eleoted to'osao
hy tho Baas'; kssaiassd treads aad tho
admitted as of coal ail boodl.
WHOA, FAN !
Boss Dlttoy 011 the War
Path Colls Democrats
Trnltors, gplon, Iiccclien, Hood-
Icrs, Deserters, Cowards
Fonr Hundred Democrats, One In Every
Seven, on the Black List His
Committeo Tainted with
Spruit ot UrmnrrnlR Sellliti; Thotutelvc
ns n Fnrmnr.SelllllR Ills UnR, aoMuch
lr 100 Four U unit ml Alrcmly In
the dnaril.houfte All the Kent
on the Stool of Itenentnucr,
nagging Forglvaneta nt
tha Hands of "King
Bob." Lo, nnil
A UOItD TO DE.MOCIUTH.
Tho Democracy of tliia county owe it to
themselves to wipe out the disgrace ot the de-
it 01 11s iicxei last Ian.
Every man in tha party knows how the work
was done, bribery and corruption the most
shameless, open and bold alone could defeat
such men as McMnllon. MeConnsnnhnv. niia.
cook and Boles.
Democrats were bought by the hundred to
vote the Republican ticket.
Others, not satisfied with corruptly selling
their birthright, played traitors and spies, and
gave open aid to the Republicans. This year
let there be none but nnfaltering Democrats
placed on guard.
See to it that no man who is tainted with
corruption secures a place on the Committee
or on the County Convention.
Ne trust can be placed in men who have onoe
played the traitor either for money or for spite.
If they are repentant, welcomo them back
with kindly hands, and let their past offenses
be forgiven, but not overlooked. Modcstv will
better become them than arrogance, and' they
should be placed on a low stool until they have
uuwn wuras meet ior repemancu.
Only by keeping the line well dresved can
victory be won. Deserters and cowards rhonld
be sent to the guard-house or driven to the
enemy, for when tho tug of war comes they
will nmen ana. ir possible, create a panic.
See to It then. Democrats of Hiffhlund conn.
ty, that you put 110 man to the front who re-
insea to vote ror drover Cleveland: nr who
voted against any part of tho county ticket last
YOU know thorn in vuur own tnwnaliina
Their names havo a black mark in the poll
uuu&b vs. me cunniy.
If you send them to the Convention to make
a tioket for you, tbey will If possible nominate
the weakest candidates. If you place them on
the Committee thev will sell vonr secrets to the
opposition. Aeep tnem at homo.
Brother Dittey, it seems, can not get
over his humiliating defeat last fall. He
made that campaign a personal one, a
test of his popularity with his party,
and of his ability as an organizer. When
overwhelming defeat came, caused by
distrust of the candidates and leaders of
his party for each other on tho one hand,
and the Republicans pulling together as
one man on the other hand, then he
consoled himself by calling his follow
ers traitors and accused them of all sorts
of treachery. Last week he breaks out
again, and his paper teems over with
abuse. Truly, brother, you are in a piti
Peace, harmony and confidence is our
motto this year.
Hon. John Sherman speaks at Wil
Distrust, discord, discontent and dis
grace are the watchwords of Boss B. and
his party this campaign.
All the township and school district
committeemen are requested to be pres
ent at the Convention next Monday.
Everybody is especially invited to the
Republican Convention. No tickets or
pass-words necessary for admittance.
Gen. Denver is worth $1,500,000, but
thinks 80 cents a day for his tenants is
enough on which to support their fami
Col. Allen Miller, the renowned Irish
orator of Ohio, will be present at the
County Convention next Monday and
deliver an address.
To Provide for the Sealing of Weights
SSCTIOX 1. Be it ordained bv thaCnnnnll
of the Incorporated village of HlUabotongb,
Ohio. That, nnlesa otherwise provided by
statute, ordinance or resolution, the duties
and liabilities of the Village Healer ot
to ciguis ana Measures snail, witnin me vil
lage, be almllar to thoae prescribed by stat
ute for connty sealers.
8kc. 2. The stamps and copies of original
standards used by the Village Sealer for com-
Krlng or testing weights, measures and
ama In the village shall be those furnished
for the uae of the village by the State Sealer,
according to law, or those furnished by such
Bute Bealer for the use of Highland county.
Ohio, and In the possession of the Village
Bealer by authority of the Connty Bealer;
ana such copies of standards aball be secure
ly kept by the Village Sealer lu such public
place in the village aa shall be provided by
resolution ot Council.
Sac. 3. Whoever, either as prlnolpal, agent
or employe, uses any weight, measure or
beam for weight or measureln the purchase
or aale of any commodity or article of trafflc.
oniiH suou weigat, measure or oeam snail
have been aealed or marked bv tha VIIIsh
Bealer, aball be fined not more than flfty
Sac 4 Wboever.eltberasprlnclpal, agent
or employe, alters or changes any weight,
UBMUnwUHW,,!!! UT HIfJU VT IOC
Village Bealer according to law or ordlnanoe,
so that auch welabt. measure or beam aball
five falae or abort weight or measure, or
nowlogly uses, or permits the uae of auch
weight, measure or beam, so altered or
changed, for weight or measure lo tbapur-
odms or aaie 01 any gouBioaiiy or article or
trafflc, aball be nned not more than fifty
Sao. S. The provisions of Use two preced
ing sections shall not be enforced until the
expiration of three months from the date on
which this ordlnanoe shall take effect
Bxo. 0. The, Village B-aler, on demand,
may, at cny time between the hours of eight
o'olock a. m. and six D. m..on sir dav.Ban.
day excepted, enter any premises within the
vmue wucre m weigui, measure or oeam is
kast for use. and have aoeesa to anen. watiht.
measure or beam, and ahall have access to
aueb weights, measures or beams at all times
wnen me same are neiog osea, ior me pur
pose of inspecting the asms or ascertaining
wuvvuvr w uvtmuf wnsu. UIIHUn DfnNi
conforms to the legal standard. Booh ofBoer
ball, for the performance of bis duties
under the ordinances, as Village Bealer, have
the qualifications ot a polloeman of the vil
lage, and whoever resists, obstruots or abuses
aaohoffleer In the lawful diesfaarae of aald
duties, ahall be fined not more than arty
dollars for the first offense, aad not more
than one bnndred dollars for each repetition
01 we vBfDH,gr aaau uv uapnsoaea doi
more than thirty days, with or without hard
labor, or both.
o. 7. Tbta ordinance aball take effect
and be in force at the expiration of ten days
iw lis puuiieatroa raeeroiag to law.
Passed October , IsM.
PJPJpjpjpjBjajpjBJ reiiehiag aUdsBaer.
Reaaires ne csoUaa:. Saves alsae. laser aad staasT.
Givss Trey leaadfy Salsa aad glass. Eqaalieevsr
f P Jii'W.af geffT "V' Ask year green for
Dittey seems to be full ot indignation
because some of tho Republicans are in
the hnbit of calling Democrats hard
mimes. He wants A monopoly of this
1 e 1 e
There will be a lively contest for Com
missioner. All tho candidates are intel
ligent gentlemen, eminently qualified
for the place, and no mistake will be
made in the nomination.
"Every new Democratic committee
man is requested to bring a certificate of
his moral character, signed by at least
three Republican residents of his town
ship. Recommendations from Demo
crate will not be considered." R. M. D.
Hon. J. J. Pugsley is devoting his
time on tho stump, discussing the issues
of the campaign. The Democrats are
leading their Jumbo around with a ring
in his nose exhibiting him, but jagging
him with an iron hook if he attempts to
It is understood that no one will be
allowed to enter tho Democratic Conven
tion who can not give tho pass-word.
The boys are requested to call at tho
Gazette office, and if it is found that
their names are not on tho black list the
word will be given them.
Gen. Denver's fortune is estimated at
ten times that of all the Republican can
didate's that were before the Chillicothe
Convention combined, and yet the Hills
boro Gazette raises the cry that their's is
a campaign of the poor against tho rich,
statesmanship against boodle.
THE TEAR 1887
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Obio
It is Ordered, That the terms of the Cir
cuit Court or the sevenil oonntles In said
Circuit for the year 1887 he fixed us follows,
Oil the 12th day of January mid the
... . aa any oi Bepieraiiur.
On the 17th day of Jitnuai v and the
zum uay ot Hepteinut r.
On the 21th day of January mid the
in uay 01 ucioner.
On the id day ot February and the
om uay oi uciouer.
Ou I he 8th day of February and the
ma uay 01 uctooer.
On the 17th day of Frbrnnry and the
iHLn ubt nr unmnpr.
un ine isi day or narctt nnil tho
zin a y or uctotwr.
Ou the 15th day of March and the
Slst dnv of Octnli.'r.
un 1110 zia uay or amrcn and the
10th tlav nt Nnvimhnp.
un me am uny or April and the
uii fiMV nr n lu.mn.,.
un the nth day or April and the
zisi uay 01 novemuer.
On the 2tb day of A rll and Iho
zatn iihv nr NnvflriinAr.
uu tne un a ay or .May and the
5th fliiv nf llppAinhnp.
un tue iziu uay or May nnil the
fith day of Uecemhpr
uu tne ia uay or May and the
Kith duv nf nuMmtwr.
uu tne ist uay or June and the
20th day of Deoetuber.
Hald terms to begin at 9 o'olock a.m.
J. P. BRADBURY, l Judg 8.
MILTON J. CLARK.J
Htat or Ohio. 1
HieRIAMD COUHIT. "
I, J. H. KscoH, Clerk ot the Circuit Court
within and for tha aforesaid nnnntv ann
Bute, do hereby certify that tbe foregoing
Is a true and oorrect copy nf tbe original
now on nie In aald Clerk's ofBe.
uitamagsr wuebbof, i nave Hereunto
set my hand and afflsed tbeaeal
seal of aald Court at Hillsborough this
25th day of Beptember, A. D. 1888.
J. H. KKECH, Clerk.
RATES OF TAXATION FOR 1886
NOTICE TO TeAX-PAYERS OF HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO.
N PURSUANCE OF LAW, I, J. M. HIESTAND, TREASUREH OF HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, DO HEREBY NOTIFY THE
L rates of taxation for tbe year 1888 are correctly given In tbe following table : "" w nr.nc.oi nuxir i litis
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. All dellnquenolee and ane-bslf ot all other Uxescban
before the 39th day efJaae. 1887. Exsepl Free Turnpike lax
Real eatata mb wktak tka lax of VHB iiislm niiinlil
tea Mr aaai. ahall be aWs to all aaaaM tax
sw aweejiHssji asarewanseiaesis laajf
For the Men Boys Too.
My matchless stock is ready and amply suf
ficient to meet all demands whether in
Shoes or Furnishing Goods.
I want the people of this vicinity to realize
that for everything worn by men or boys,
and Shoes for ladies and children, there is
no other store that offers the same advan
tage in the
VARIETY OF GOODS,
QUALITY OP GOODS,
LOW PRICES OR
I have as fine Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc.,
as can he made to order, but I also have
medium and honestly cheap qualities, and
EVERYONE INTENDING to BUY
Shoul first look at these. Splendid Child's
Suit for 75c; splendid Knee Pants Suits for
$2, and the same can be said of my Long
Pants Suits from $3 to $5.
Boys' Shoes, Hats, Waists, &c.
Just as good and proportionately as cheap.
Misses' Excellent School and Ladies' Finest
Shoes. Rich Novelties in
Men's and young men's thoroughly made and
good-fitting Suits only $10 to $12. Fine ones at
$12 to $18, and elegant suits in every style In
for $20 to $25. Good Fall Overcoats. $0 to $10.
Good Winter Overcoats, from $2 to 35. Most of
these garments -were made to my order, and any
examination (which I respectfully solicit) will
quickly prove that there's nothing that will com
pare with them let style, finish, fit or elegance In
Gaflis Ste i Hals i
Latest Shapes! Most Fashionable
Styles! Lowest Prices!
The BEST way to KNOW whether or not
I HAVE what you WANT is to
Come-Look-I Have the Finest
Everyone is wecome at my store, whether
you want to buy or not.
I. A. FBIBEL
NOIIOE is hereby Riven tbit the under
timed has been SDDointed and tinalirled
administrator of the estate of John Brown,
late lot Highland connty, Ohio, deoeased, by
me rrooate uonn oi saw oouniy.
Sept. 38th, 1886. w3 Hixby U. Bnowx.
FABM FOB SAI.E.-A Kentucky Bine
Grass Farm In Ureen oo Ky, 050 aores,
wun large nonse, gooa uarnx and all con
veniences of a well reanlatoil farm. Will
aell for eaabi or part cash or imrt trade. For
partlealars address HUBUKLl, LBWIB &
WIBORO, Wholesale Hardwood Lumber
Dealers. P. O. Box 766. Cincinnati, O.
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Hlghlaud Onnuty Court of Common Pleas.
Case No. 42S5.
ORDKR OF BALK IN PAllTlTtOtT.
In pursuance ot an order Issued from
the Court of Common Pleas wltbln and
for the County of Hlghlaud and State
of Ohio, made at the April term there
of A. O. 1888, and to me directed, I will
offer for sale at publlo auction at the door of
the Court House, In the town ot Hillsboro,
Saturday, October 80, A. D. 1886,
At one o'clock p. m. of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wll :
Hltnote fu the county of Highland, Ohio,
and In Pnlnt township, on the waters of
ftnokv fork, part of Jesan Baldwin's anrvey,
No. 8931, being a tract of 75 ncrex of land
more or less, conveyed to mild Jnmes. Wnd
die, deceased, by Ell Plggott and wife by
deed dated Augort 1st, 18M, and recorded In
deed book Mo, 2, p. 470: Beginning 'at n
boecli 20 and a sngar 21 a. e. corner to George
Wornts'a tract In said survev nnil In tbe line
of John Hume's survey No. 3063: thence
with tbe line of said survey N.7STE. lHj
poles to stake and sngartree obe of the
original corner trees n. e. corner of said
Hume's survey No. 0006; thenee with the
orglnal easterly Una ot said survey No. 8851
and the westerly line of James Waddle's
survey No. 18749 N. 23 W. 110 poles to an ash
88 one ot the original corner trees n. e. cor
ner of aald survey No. 8081 ; thence with tbe
original line 8. W W. 10SJ poles passing a
dead poplar and a chestnut tree 20, marked
as a corner for the westerly owner of Wad
dle's survey No. 18719 at 6vMpoles to a chest
nut tree 23 an original corner and n. e. cor
ner to said George Warnti; thence with the
westerly line of said 75-acre tract and the
line of Warnta H. 16 E. 102 poles to the place
of beginning, containing eighty-one and
ono-half aores of land more or less.
. 8ECOMD TBACT.
Situate In the County of Highland, Ohio,
and in Paint township, on -the waters of
Rooky fork ot Paint creek, being James
Waddle's aurvey No. 18749, and also Includ
ing two and one-fourth aores of land In
Wyn Koop'a aurvey No. 8023, north of said
survey No. 18749) Beginning at a sngartree
and stake n.e. corner of John Hume's sur
vey No. 8066 : thence N. TFK.8 poles to n
stone marked TUBIn the line of Ben,
Wyn KoonN survey No. 8018 ; thence with
said line N. 17 W. 180 poles to an ash tree,
where It Is replanted 8 ashes formerly stood,
n.e. corner of said surrey No. 13748; tbenco
to Include said 2)4 acres of land In said sur
vey No. 8023 N.l? W.2U poles to a atone:
thence N. 88M W. 46 6-10 poles to a stone In
side of the field near a gate; thence 8.42E.
20J4 poles, orosslng tbe Greenfield and Cyn
tniana turnpike road at (oenter) six poles to
an ash 'and poplar, original northwesterly
corner to aald survey No. 13749 ; thence with
the original line of said survey B. 21 W. 78
poles ito adsad poplar and a chestnut tree 20
M K O as a corner In tbe northeasterly line
of Jesse Baldwin1 survey No. 8951 ; thence
with said line N. 49 E.69& poles to an ash
80 one of the original corner trees n.e. cor
ner of said survey No. 8951 ; thence with the
easterly line of said survey 8. 23 E. 140 poles
to the place of beglnnlng.contatnlng tblrtv
five and three-fourth aores more or less, 38)1
acres being In survey No. 18749 and 'A acres
In survey No. 8023. (Note There are four
acres ot land in cultivation north ot tbe
Bltuate In the county of Highland, Ohio,
and In Paint township on the waters of
Kooky Fork of Paint creek, Ben, Wyn
Koop'a survey No. 3018, being tbe tract of 82
acres conveyed to said James Wuddle, de
ceased, by Jacob and John Banner, by deed
univu raniuu ,i inui.uil cvurueu IU deed
book No. 13, p. 118: Beginning at a poplar
40 n.w corner of Ben-on Head's, formerly
Tbomas Head's, tract ot land ; thenoe with
said Head's northerly line N. 79H E. 120VJ
fioles, crossing the Greenfield and cynthlaua
ree turnpike road at 107 poles to a stake,
formerly wo, sue and locust In Head's line;
thence N. 12, W. 72 poles tJ a locust stump
of the tree living (north of tbe crest of a
ridge) one of the original corner trees s.e.
corner to Joseph McCagne'a traot; thence
with bis line 8. 88 W. 184 poles to a chestnut
oak 21 one of the original corner trees, &
chestnut oak atump 10, a red oak stump 10
and a stone plauted May 25tb, 1888. In pres
ence of Waverly Waddle, Henry Flummer
and Joseph HcCague and others, s. w. corner
ot aald Joseph UoUagce's tract, called In J.
and J. Benner's deed "Henry rlummer's s.
w. corner," aald corner being in the westerly
line of Wyn Koop's survey No. 3018 and east
erly line ot Waddle snrvey No. 13749;
thence with said line of said survey B. 17
E.82)j poles, passing the stone MKD J W
at the a. e. corner of survey No. 11749, at titoi
poles, to the place of beginning, containing
sixty-one and three-fourth (81) acres of
land more or less.
Situate in the connty of Highland, Ohio,
and In Paint township, on the waters of
Rocky Fork of Paint creek, being James
Waddle'ai aurvey Ne. 16664: Beginning at a
sngartree and ash (ash gone) and stake n.e.
corner of John Hume's survey No. 3006;
thence with the easterly line of Hume's said
survey H. 20 E. 188 'poles to a stone In aald
line and In the line of Benjamin Wyn
Koop'a survey No. 8018; thence with the
westerly line ot said survey No. 8018 N. 18X
W. 188 poles passing a poplar 40 n. w. corner
of Benson Head (formerly Thomas Head's)
at 144 poles to a stone marked T W in the
line of raid Ben). Wyn Koop'a said survey
No. 3018; thence with tbe south line ot Wad
dle's survey No. 18749 8. 72 W. 8 poles to tbe
place of beginning, containing tour (4) acre
and one hundred and twelve square perobea
more or less,
Hald premises has been appraised at first
tract, 8l)i aores, at 85.00 per aere, 1107.60 ; eec
ond tract, SHjaores. at tio 00 per acre, 8857.60;
third tract, MJJ acres, at 18.00 per aore.494;
fourth tract, 4 aores. at 18.25 per acre. $39.18
and can not aell for leas than two-thirds of
Terms ot aale Ona-tblnl mh n H. nr
aale, one-third In one year, and one-third In
two years, tbe deferred payment to bear in
terest from day of sale and t J be secured by
. H.O. DAWSON,
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
Bloane 4 Morrow, Attorneys.
Beptember 29, 1880.
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