Pendleton County News


C O V I N G T O N  J O U R N A L

New Series--Vol. II, No. 32         COVINGTON, KY., SEPTEMBER 18,  1869                Whole No. 84


SALE OF

L A N D

-And-

S T O N E

ON LICKING RIVER

The undersigned Commissioner appointed by an act of the General Assembly of Kentucky, (Approved March 15, 1869;) to sell

The Lands and other Property

Of the State, on Licking River, acquired for the

Purpose of building Locks and Dams thereon,

Will sell to the highest and best bidder.

 

AT BUTLER DEPOT

On the Kentucky Central Railroad

At 1 o’clock, P. M.,

On the 7th day of October, 1869,

 

ALL THE

LANDS and STONE of the State

-AT-

Locks Nos. 3, 4 and 5,

And at 2 o’clock, P. M.,

On the 9th day of October, 1869

 

 SELL THE

 LANDS OF THE STATE,

  -AT-

Lock No. 1,

 

At the Court House at Newport, Ky.

 Most of the above stone is sand or freestone,

And a considerable portion of which is hewn and

Dressed ready for use – other in crude state.

All very valuable and suitable for building purposes,

 Either for houses or bridges, or any other works.

 ALSO 

A large quantity of Limestone,

Suitable for stone fence, turnpike or lime. The

Land at Lock No. 1; contains (8)

EIGHT ACRES,

Lying in Campbell county, and conveyed to the

State by Jas. Taylor, Jr. and wife. There

Is about (8)

 

 EIGHT ACRES OF LAND

At Lock No. 3, lying in Kenton county, and

Deeded to the State by J. B. Casey. At Lock

No. 4,

 

FIFTEEN ACRES OF LAND

Lying in Pendleton county, adjoining Butler

Depot, on the Kentucky Central Rail Road,

Which was condemned for the use of the State

Under and by virtue of a writ of ad quod damnun.

Opposite this and on the East bank of the River,

 

 THIRTEEN ACRES,

 Obtained from Yelton, At Lock No. 5, (15)

 

 FIFTEEN ACRES,

Lying also in Pendleton county, which the State

Bought of Thomas Rush. On the West bank

Also (15)

 

FIFTEEN ACRES,

 Obtained of Martin P. Marshall.

 

Terms made known on day of sale, when

Lands and titles will be more definitely described

And explained.                         CULVIN SANDERS,

                                       Commissioner.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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