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( Republican State Tioket.
For Secretary of State,
JAMES 8. ROBINSON,
Judge of the Supremo Court,
MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS,
Clerk of the Supreme Court,
of Van Wert.
Commissioner of Common Schools,
E. T. TAPPAN,
Member Board of Public Works,
M. W. HAHN,
Member of Congress,
JACOB J. PUGSLEY,
Common Pleas Jndpe (lone term),
HENRY M. HUGGINS,
Common Pleas Judge (short term),
W. EDGAR EVANS,
Tndge of Circuit Court,
Republican County Ticket.
GEORGE W. LEFEVRE,
J. M. FOUST,
E. V. GRIM,
Hon. W. W. Curry, of Indiana, Hills
bo ro,' Monday, October 25.
Hon. A. Hart, Hillsboro, Monday, Oc
Gen. S. H. Hurst, Buford, Monday,
October 25; Rainsboro, Tuesday, October
20; Greenfield, Thursday, October 28;
Leesd'urg, Friday, October 29.
Hon, D. M. Barrett, Lexington, Mon
day, October 25; Lynchburg, Friday,
Hon. I.W. Quinby, Wilmington, Ohio,
Lynchburg, Friday, October 29.
Henry A. Pavey, Samantha, Wednes
day, October 27; Hillsboro, Saturday,
October 30; Hardin's Creek, Tuesday,
Hon. Madison Pavey, Washington C.
II., Lexington, Friday, October ??.
Judge G. B. Gardner, Sugartree Ridge,
Thursday, October 28 ; Boston, Friday,
John T. Hire, Hardin's Creek, Tues
day, October 26; Sugartree Ridge, Thurs
day, October 28.
Charles Bowles, Buford, Monday, Oc
tober 25 ; Boston, Friday, October 29.
Captain E. Carson, Sinking Spring,
Thursday, October 21.
H. D. Davis, Rainsboro, Tuesday, Oc
A. Harman, Samantha, Wednesday,
Hon. J. J. Pugsley, Sinking Spring,
Thursday, October 28; Hillsboro, Satur
day, October 30.
By order Committee.
H. D. WADDELL, Chairman.
B. W. FENTON, Secretary.
General Denver is growing cautious.
He never alluded to anything as "the
"He (the boodler) it a ecoundrel," re
marked General Denver in his little
speech at the convention last Saturday.
And then everybody applauded but
"I resigned from the army because
my juniors were promoted over me."
Another disinterested patriot. Of course
it didn't matter which aide won, so he
row to distinction.
"When you pay him his price," said
Gen. Denver, in alluding to the man
who would sell his vote, "yon don't
know whether be will vote for you or
ot. He may stick the money down in
kk pocket and then vote the other way. I
have bo use for tuch men." And Dittey
merely glanced down at the floor.
"If I bad gone on the siege of Vicki
urg would have been avoided there
weald have been no siege of Vicksburg."
Bate, General! Tell us about that in a
series of Century Magazine articles. It
'would look better on paper than it
sounds when speken, and if it is true
the Century will par yon big to tell
how "it anight have been."
i m s
"Ks," remarked a prominent Demo
crat, after it was all over and the mar
tyrs had been named and Denver had
said his little piece, "Denver's nioeold
gytbmtbo doesn't realise the strides
thai have heen made in political meth
ods siaee be was in politics. It's all
right to talk the wsy he did abeai boodle,
bat jsstthe saase, we can't get along
wMhstjtit is this day sad age-got to
svet,rekBow. MiU it wenleVt do,
iw faster, to 1st that we 4sa't thlak
(Ml 4oes abort If'-aadseen is
f . V
"Whoever attempt to corrupt (with
boodle) is a villlnn." And Robert Lo
Diablo never said n word,
Beauregard knows how tbu Coufcder
auy was lost. Denver could have told
Grant how to have avoided the selge of
General Denver ought to be a good
fighter if the parallel 1etween himself
and Gen. Grant is to hold out. He cer
tainly is not a talker.
m m 1
The only thins that could be dryer
than Denver's speech last Saturday
would be a boodle-less Democratic crowd.
The court room was crowded when he
began. It was very thinly peopled when
He talked along time nbout the tariff
and silver, and even about why he re
signed from the army, but ho neglected
to reiterate that he had been "in accord
with the Democratic party for more than
How strange it is that General Denver
"raised in Clinton county among the
Quakers ' never owned "a nigger."
How intensely strange, that amid such
encouragements, he never owned even
"a single nigger."
"Whoever indulges in corruption," re
marked the General, or words to that ef
fect, "is a traitor to his country." And
the Grand High Boss of Highland Court
ty Democracy pulled his mustache and
cast his ar.ure eyes toward tho stove.
If the Democratic party is running on
their morality, as Boss Bob (who thinks
it no excuse for others to corrupt the
ballot because he did) claims in his pa
per, why did they pass by Boies, Pearce,
Hope and Roush and select Mr. Gaddis,
of Texas, for Auditor?
He may have faced the guns at .Mon
terey or Chapultepec without a tremor,
but the old General blushed audibly
when his old comrade reminded him of
the soft spot he used to have in his
heart for the Southern girls. But of
course that has nothing to do with the
seige of Vicksburg.
"I belong to no church, and never
did; but I was raised in Clinton county
among the Quakers, and I used to like
to go to Quaker meeting. I used to like
to see the old Quakers and, in my
younger days, I used to like to see the
Quaker girls." General, you're a real
giddy old thing, so there. Hold on,
"This countv is so close that the man
who will use the largest amount of
money will be elected. This is a plain
statement of the fact, without any limi
"Lefevre, Foust and Grim, nominated
respectively for the offices of Auditor,
Commissioner and Infirmary Director.
A weak ticket that will Drove but a small
barrier to the entrance of the nominees
ot to-day's Convention in the Court
House." Mumoro Gazette, Oct. 16, 1880,
The conclusion from the above is ob
a m a
Our Democratic friends are in a sad
plight, four hundred of tbem having
been written up by Dittey, and called
all manner of names by Denver, and
none in the county or district competent
to fill the offices, so they had to select a
candidate for Congress from Washington,
V. v., and ono for Auditor from Texas,
one of whom resigned from the army
because he didn't want to help free the
niggers, and the other attempted to break
up the South by breaking the individu
als thereof, and is said to have succeeded
admirably as far as he went.
Denver went to a great deal of trouble
to tell how the navy has been misman
aged by Republican administrations, but
he never said a word about how Bu-
chanon's Democratic Secretary of Navy,
who knew that the South would soon be
in arms, was so careful to scatter the
navy that we had into all parts of the
globe, and where it could fall into the
hands of the rebels, virtually destroying
its availability as a help to the govern
ment Nary word. He didn't tell about
how "old Buck" approved all of this, as
did his Democratic cabinet and the
Democratic party of that day. Nary
word. But still he has been "in accord
with the Democratic party for forty
"I never owned a negro. No one of
my name ever owned a negro." Said
the gallant General. That's strange.
We thought all the while that everybody
up in Clinton county used to own slaves
and raise cotton and carry on the slave
trade. Funny that he should never have
owned a slave. Why didn't you, Gener
al, bring down your fist with an emphat
ic thump and say something like this:
"Slavery was an abominable, heinous
sin against God and man. I hated the
institution and fought among other rea
sons that the black man should enjoy
the freedom, that, in the name of Justice
and right was his." But you didn't say
that, General, you wouldn't lie about a
a little thing like that
Oar Next Gemuiisiiener.
John M. Foust is a native of New Mar
ket township, and was raised in this
county. He was a poor boy, and had
his own way to make in the world. By
his own exertion and energy he acquired
a good education, and was engaged a
number of years in teaching school in
Highland county. By his industry, fru
gality and (rood business capacity he has
accumulated a competence, and is now
one of the successful farmers of Clay
township. He has served one term as
Justice of the Peace, and, although urged
by his friends, be declined to accept a
second term. He has been a member of
tne Bcnooi Basra w us district for sev
eral rear, sad has served etaht yaara as
Mr. Foust is strictly a itmftndtt ssaa,
sad has been a member in good stoadlag
of the Christian Church abet ale ley"
hood. He served as a private soldier
daring the war of the ItobeUioa. Hole
a popalar mania his own township, aad
W Hs nWMV9y WsMMV DtlsWMew JMSbwb tjsW
a ssaa to wheat it will be sate to entreat
the bwsUoss of the ecmnty.
Men in Glass Honncs Shoald be Ca re
fill How Thry Throw Stone.
For n few weeks past the Uuitlte has
boon pretending lu mUocite Ihu luuso
of u puro ballot. This Ih h atibji'i-l that
should bo discussed by every thinking
man, every man who loves his country
and hopes for her success In the future.
Corruption is fastening herself upon us,
and without we as n icople unito and
say that the buying of votes shall lie
stopped, we will soon fall as other
Mr. Editor of the Uaziile, will you
plvasu tell mo how you can have the
audacity to say so much upon this sub
ject, and at tbu same time claim that
the Republicans are the ones nho have
been spending the money in Highland
Don't you know the Itepiihliiaus have
a imijoiity of at least one hundred In
the county, and that theie has not been
a Democrat elected in the county in the
last ten years, without the use o( money
to inllucnco votes ?
Do you remember jour campaign of
188-4? Do you remember anything of
your conduct that fall ? Do you remem
ber what you said lo the boys ? Did
you say anything like this : "Boys, take
this (fifty or a hundred dollars) and go
and do everything in your power for my
election. I didn't spend two hundred
and eight dollars to attend the .State
and National Conventions for nothing.
I went there to get acquainted with the
leading men of the country, and if I'm
elected my influence will bo as great as
Doctor Ellsberry's ; so go homo and do
everything you can to Becure my elec
tion and I'll remember you." Will you
deny it? Oh, no! for you said it so
often and to so many, that denial won't
do. Ditty, don't you know that "boodle,
sweet boodle" was all that saved you ?
Don't you know that the people know
that you gave out more in that cam
paign than any Republican did lust fall
to get his office ? Don't you think you
should be ashamed of yourself upon
this subject, when you take a retrospec
tive view of your past conduct? Say,
what went with that money that the
Gazette office left in Clay township last
fall? You didn't spend any money?
Such stuff is all nonsense, and but fit to
Dittey, taking your definition of a
sneak and traitor, if you would drive
them all out of the Democratic party,
how many would be left ? What would
become of tho Gazette editors them
selves? You say any man who voted
for a Republican, is one of that class,
and should be ruled out of the Demo
crat party. What in that case would
become of the Democratic party in
Highland county ? Many an old farmer
who has been voting the Democratic
ticket all his life, voted for men on the
Republican ticket last fall ; but accord
ing to your diction he must not be per
mitted to be any longer a member of
your party. -
Ob, what a wonderful man you are.
You have been so successful in leading
the Democratic party in Highland coun
ty to success. Dittey, I den't wonder at
your leaving tho Republican party. A
man possessing the characteristics that
you possess, should not and in fact
could not, be a member of such a party.
You remember well how yen have
talked about the Grand Army of the
Republic and Sons of Veterans, don't
you? You remember that you have
argued that they are institutions formed
by the Republican party for.cormpt
political purposes, don't you? But so
manifest Is it that you are a "Democrat
for revenue only" that it is not surpris
ing that you are so ready to charge ve
nality upon others. You may be sure
that yon have been weighed in the bal
ance by the soldiers and the Grand
Army and their sons and found want
ing. Hundreds of men are glad to see the
Gazette even by pretense opposing the
unlawful use of money in elections. "A
free ballot and a fair count" is a cardi
nal doctrine of the Republican party.
A DSDBRTER, ,
Dr. Bull'i Cough Syrup it flit taking the
place ot all the old fashioned cough remedies.
It never fails to relieve the moit violent cold,
and for throat diseases It ii invaluable. Price
30 centf .
Tuna I am doubly armed my death and life,
Mr bane and antidote are both before me"
Whether to alt alone Buffering with neuralgia
ur mj one ooiue oi narration uu. no
J. W. Henderson and wife vittted at New Vi
enna on Friday.
Mr. Holmes and wife were visitlnir Dr.
Holmei on Bunday.
Mri. Baby Banderion. of Pittabure. Pa., ii
visiting friends here.
J. B. Bizer and wife returned on Batnrdsv
from their western trip.
Andrew DUhlr is bullilinsr a brick winter
house near bis residence.
Mr. Barnhart. the photocrraDh artlil. faaa
moved bis family to town.
Al Hair bu moved to Mrs. Brodsriok's
property on Sycamore atreet.
The Ooancll are bavlnic a ouWert bnilt on
High street, near Or. Brofe's stable.
If you want to keep your cider tweet, get a
; oi inn uratr r-reaervative at u arret t
Nathan and Joanna Linton and their wiraa.
of Wilmington, were vialtlng W, B. Gaddia on
A brakeman, whose name we did not learn,
bad bis arm broken while counlins ciri here
Farmers, you can have your horses looking
nice andeleekby ntlna; the Condition Pow
ders. Bold by Garrett Bros., Hillsboro.
Jacob Holadar has moved to the Dronert
vaoatedby Mr. Sohermer. He will shortly
open up a restaurant ana uoarauig house.
Pence & Laadeas. stoae masons, of Dan.
vule, are building the stone work for the ex
tension of the cistern room at the distillery.
The Bayless Cornet band were out Saturday
night serenading. They gave the Nswa-Haa-
aid one of their eboloe selections. Coats
The Mite Society will aire an oyster sunner
and entertainment at the Town Hall on Thurs
day evening, uclober aist, Ail are cordially
Wso. J. Henderson, mall carrier from here
to Wilmington, lost a bore at Martinsville
last Thursday evening. Cause of death sup
posed to be oolle.
deed Semite Is Every Case.
, D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of
ChitUsosja. Tenn., writes that he was serious
krtjftleMwTih eeeTero cold teat settled on
Us megsi tod .tried many remedies wMeoat
awjssi aeewesn to try i. aasg's sew
ry fee-OemnWesi, did se sad was
esmto.assei a few totllis. Biaet
an to Ni seed M in kk sesalfar feral
eosefct sad esMs weak tost rieelts. TMsH
tee iiejrieessMltseeMaaii whose Mves toy
BMam flsWPes BT IMS rVssMsWVtN eUMJsFfMrTe BtM
betUe free at Beytort Oe,'s dreg store,
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and nholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold in competition with tho multitude
of low test, short weight alum or phosphate
powders. Sold only in cans. IIotal Bakino
Powdcr Co., 106 Wall street, N. Y. a29yl
REPORT OF THIS CONDITION OV THE
First National Bunk nt Hillsborough,
In tbe Htitte of Ohio, ut the close of. busi
ness, October 7th, 1180.
Loans and discounts.. 1100.120 a".
Overdrafts 7,192 36
U. H. Bonds to Ktcilre circulation...- 100,000 00
Otherstochs, bond" mid tnortages... 0,832 07
Due from approved leaerve aaents.. 1,843 SO
Due from oilier National Bunks 18.685 0.1
Real estate, furtllure,aud ttxlures. 5,888 is
Currcn t expense and taxes paid .... G20 12
Bills of other Btiiks 1,1485 00
Fractional paper rurreucy, nlckles
and pennies OT 53
Specie 17230 00
Legal lender notes 8,700 00
Heclemptlnii fund with U.M. Treas
urer Of of circulation) 4,300 00
Total 1351.605 42
Capital stock paid In 1100.000 00
Undivided profits....... 0,114 4
National Bank notes outstanding... 90,000 00
to check .195.811 87
Demand certificate of de-
, POSlt 9,508 05
Time certiorates of deposit 31.130 42
Total .1351.665 42
Statu ok Onio, County op Highland, ss
i, L. M.amltb, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that tbe above
statement Is true to the best ot my knowledge
and belief. Lvn 8. Burnt, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
win uu; ui uciuoer, loou.
"iD.. a ." P DAVlf. Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
U. C. BAHItETT,
H. A. WlAVKK.
John a. 8xith.
T. M. Elliott, ex'f. etc , vs. U. I. Ruckcr et al.
"!";" V. uul' .younoi uommon rieas.
.'' OJtDKK OF SALE.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court of Commoa.lMeaa within and for the
connty of Highland and Slate of Ohio, made
at the Anrll term thereof A. n. ittwt. rf
to me directed, 1 Will otter for sale at public
Jh ...., TC u uo tiouse, in
tbe town of 'HUlsborp, on
SatardBT, November 40th, A. D. 1880,
At one 0'ciocKp.m.of said day, the follow
Idb described mul &tt-trn,i i.
B.8.,.,"iMn. n .rLD 5iy . ! .h.e
- vmm.,uu pu wv hwddi ureenneia,
arid bounded and described as follows, vis:
Ail of oat-lots number seventy (70), number
seventy-one (71), number eeveuty-fonr (74).
number seventy. Ore (75); also part of out
""" "JtSf "tr " ioj ana seventy.
seven (77) ; tbe said two lots, numbers 78 and
77. contain fonracra and nn himriMi ...
fOrtV'SlX nolM- hllnv nnnnilMl nn !-...
Eliza T. Odell's pnroSaae. J
wSS-ff'.'Sffi' ooMotgKn at 1300; out.
of ontdotNo.7atl400; part of ont-lot No.
HfiJrm.i m12 ean n. "ea for '" than two
thirds of said appraisement.
Terms ot sale Cash on day of sale.
w n I.J,hr"r.H1bnnOoty.Ohio.
w. H. Irwin, Attorney. '
October 20th, 1880.
NOTICE Is hereby siren that the under
signed bu been duly appointed and anal-
toed as Administrator of the estate of Mary
Bofcb, late of Highland county, Ohio, de-
'- L. K. DUCKWALL.
"N PURSUANCE OK LAW, I, J,
,.. utca ut iuhios or vie year
nfw ijeaingion ............,...
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For the MenBoys 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 tho
VARIETY OP GOODS,
QUALITY OP GOODS,
LOW PRICES OR
I have as fine Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc.,
as can be 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 nten'H thoroughly made and
good-fitting Suits only $10 to $12. Fine ones at
$12 to $18. and elegant suits in every stylo In
for $20 to $25. Good Fall Overcoats, $0 to.$10.
Good Winter Overcoats, from $2 to 25. 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 in style, finish, fit or elegance in
Mn m ii Hats 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. FBIBBL
NOTICE is hereby Riven thst the under
signed hss been appointed end qualified
administrator or the estate of John Brown,
late Jot Highland ooontr, Ohio, deceased, by
the Probate Oonrt ot said county.
Sept. 38th, 1880. w3 Henby M. Bbown.
FABK FOB SATE. A Kentucky Blue
Urass Farm In Green eo., Ky. CQ0 neres,
with larce house. ood barns md llnnn.
vsnlenoes ot a well retnlateil (arm. Will
sell tor cash, or part cssfi or part trarie. For
nartloalara address RIIHHKI.r.. T.KWtH
WIBOBO, Wholesale Hardwood Lumber
Dealers, P. O. Bos 76S, Cincinnati, o.
OF TAXATION FOR 1888
TAX-PAYERS OF HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO.
M. HIE8TAND, TREASURER OP HIGHLAND
oorrectly given lo tbe following table:
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6-1014-10 12 9101910 8-10 2 810 7.10 610 MO 1-W 1-10 9 7-10 MO i-io' i stio ii W0
6-10 14-10 12 9-1019-10 8-10 2 8-10 M0 M0 4- 1-10 l-lflS'WO MO ; atloav'Tn sw.
-, 6-1014-10 12 9-1019-10 8 10 2 8-10 7-10 MO 410 1-10 M0 9 7-10 MO "T-IO ..9 M0 8 7-10 26 MO
3 mo 14.1012 9.101 mo 8102 v& r is is fissES as..."" as - " ll"
s ehsrged on the duplicate of last are required lo be paid on or before th. nth da at nuinw. ism .j ii,. . ,
ytnessN prepeny rmswiasa pasa attw Daeeeakw MHk, IMS, wtU ht pkseed to tftfaiMs cf Um ns.p.i atii.ililss te th
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J. X. HDB0TAKD, Tvmmurmr.
Kltle McUiktllnlar vs. James Waddlo et nl.
Highland Uouuty Court ot Common Pleas.
Case Mo. 4255.
ORDER Or BALK lit PARTlTSdtf.
In pursuance ot an order issnml from
the Court of Common I'leas within and
tor the County nt Highland ami Htattt
of Ohio, made nt the April term there,
of A, I). 1830, and to me directed, I will
offer for sale at pnblloanallon nt the door or
tbe Conrt House, In the town of Hillsboro,
Saturday, October 80, A. I). 1880,
At one o'clook p. m. of said day, the follow
ing descrlbfd real estate, to-wll :
Bltuateln the county of HUlilund, Ohio,
and In Paint mwntrhlp, on the waters or
Rockv Fork, part of JewutBiildwIn's survey.
No. tfil.il, belns: a tract of 7i acres ol limn
mure or lex, converrd to said James Wnd
die, deceased, by Ell PlKgnlt unci wile by
deed dated Augnt lit, 1831, nnd recorded In
decil hook Ha. 2, p. 470: llegluiilnR at n
beech 20 and n suiiar 24 a. e. corner to Ueorg
Warnta's tract In salt! survevnml In the linn
or John llnme'H survey No. :t06." ; thence
with tho line of said survey N. 72 K. 114J4
poles to a stako and sugsrtree one of the
original, corner trees n. e. corner nt said
Home's survey No. 30()jj tnenca with the
orglnal easterly line of ssld survey No. 8951
and the westerly line of James Waddle's
snrvey No. 13749 Nt 23 W. 10 poles to an ash
36 one of tne original corner tree. n. e. cor
ner of said anrvev No. 8951 ; thence with the
original line H.4D W.103JJ poles passing ft
dead poplar and a chestnut tree 20, marked
an a corner for the westerly corner of Wad
dle's snrvey No. 1.7749 at 58poles to a chest
nut tree 22 an original corner and n. e. cor
ner to ealdQeorge Warnts; theneewltb the
westerly line of said 75-acre tract and the
line of wsrnti 8. 15 E. 102 poles to the placs
of beginning, containing eighty-one nnil
one-half acres ot land more or less.
Situate In the County of Highland, Ohio,
and In Paint township, on the waters or
Rooky Fork of Paint creek, being James
Waddle's survey No. 13748, and also includ
ing two and one-fourth acres of land in
Wyn Koop'a snrvey No. 8023, north of said
survey No. 13749: Beginning at a sugartree
and stake n.e. corner of John Hume's snr
vey No. 8065: thenoe N. 72 E.8 poles ton
stone marked TUB In the line of Ben,
Wyn Koop' survey No. 3018; thence with
said line N. 17 W. 180 poles to an ash tree,
where It Is replanted S ashes formerly stood,
n.e. corner of said survey No. 13749 ; thence
to Include said 2W acres ot land in said sur
vey No. 8023 N. 1T W.S poles to a stone:
thence N. 88K W. 45 0-10 poles to a stone In
side of tbe field near a gate ; thence 8. 42 K.
20J poles, crowing the Greenfield and Cyn
thiana turnpike road at (center) six poles to
an ash and poplar. Original northwesterly
corner to said survey No. 13749; thence with
tbe original line of snld snrvey 8. 21 W. 78
poles to a dead poplar and a chestnut tree 20
M K D as a corner In the northeasterly line
ot Jesse Baldwin's sdrvey No. 8951; thence
with said line N. 49 E.69 poles to an ash
SO one of the original corner trees n.e. cor
ner of said aurvey No. 8951 : thence with tbe
easterly line of said survey 8. 23 E. 140 poles
to the place of beglnnlng.oonutnlUK thirty
Ave and three-fourth acres more or less, 33
acres being In snrvey No. 13749 and 'li acres
In survey No. 8023. (Note There are four
acres ot land in cultivation north of the
situate In the connty of Highland, Ohio,
and In Paint township on the waters of
Rooky Fork of Paint creek, Benj. Wyn
Koop's survey No. 3018, being thetruotof 02
acres conveyed to said James Waddle, de
ceased, by Jacob and John Benner, by deed
dated Maroh 21, 1840, and recorded In deed
book No. 13, p. 118: Beginning at a poplar
40 n.w corner of lien -on Head's, formerly
Thomas Head's, tract of land ; thenre with
aatd Head's northerly line N.79H E. 12fik
Fioles, crossing the Greenfield and bynthlauu
ree turnpike road at 107 poles to a stake,
formerly wo.sugand locust In Head's line:
thence N. 12& W. 72 poles to a loenst stump
of the tree living (north of tbe crest of
ridge) one of tbe original corner trees s. p.
corner to Joseph McCsgue's tract; thence
with his line B. 83 W. 181 poles to a chestnut
oak 24 one of the original corner trees, a
chestnut aak stump 10, a red oak stump 10
and a stone planted May 25tb, 1886,1 n pres
ence of Waverly Waddle, Henry Plummer
and Joseph MoCague and others, s. w. corner
of said Joseph UcUague's tract, called In J.
and J.Benner's deed "Henry rlummer's s.
w. corner," snld corner betas In the westerly
line of Wyn Koop's snrvey No. 3018 and east
erly line of Waddle's aurvey No. 13749:
thence with said line ot sold snrvey 8. 17"
B. ma poles, passing the stone HKDJW
at the s.e.oornerot survey Noj 13749, at ;!8K
poles, to tbe place ot beginning, containing
sixty-one and three-fourth (Sl) acres of
land more or less.
Bltnate In tbe county of Highland, Ohio,
and In Paint township, on the waters or
Rocky Fork ot Paint creek, being James'
iWaddle'a snrvey Na. 15654 : Beginning' at a,
Sugartree and ash (asb gone) .and stake n.e.
corner of John Hume's survey" No. 3065:
thence with the easterly line of Hume's said
survey a 20 E. 188 poles to. a stone In said
line and In the line, of .Benjamin Wyn
Koop's snrvey No. 3018; thence with thm
westerly line of said survey 'Nn. SOU N. 18K
W. 188 poles passing a poplar 40, m tri corner
of, Benson Head (formerly Thomas Head's)
at 144 poles to a stone marked I W in the
line of said Ben. Wyn Koop's said aurvey
No. 3018; thence with tbe south line of Wad
dle's aurvey No. 13749 8. 72 W. 8 poles to tbe
place of beginning, containing four (4) acres
and one hundred and twelve square percnea
more or less.
Said premises has been appraised at first
tract, 81Ji acres, at K.00 per acre, I107.50 ; aeo
ond tract, 85acree, at f 10 00 per acre, 1357.40:
third tract, 4acres, at 18 00 per aere.tiM;
fourth tract, 4jS acres, at 8 25 per sore, tas.is,
and can not sen for less than two-tblrds of
ssld appraisement. .
Terms of sale One-third casta on day ot
sale, one-third In-one yaar.anvriQM-tblrd in
two years, the deferred pay menu lo pear In
terest from day of sale and to be secured by
mortgage on the premises.
. .Sheriff Highland Connty, Ohio.
Bloane A Morrow, Attorneys.
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