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virtue of a decree of the Pendleton Circuit Court,
entered up at the last September term; in the case
of George C. Lightfoot, Administrator of the Estate
of Francis Chalfant, deceased, against the creditors
and heirs of said estate. I will, on the 22d day
of January next, on the premises, offer at public
auction to the best bidder a tract of forest land,
(as the property of said decedent) ling in Harrison
county, Kentucky, on the west sie of main Licking
River, and about three miles above Claysville, containing
by survey 108 acres.
- On the 24th day of January next, on the premises,
a tract of land as the property of said decedent,
lying in Pendleton county, Ky. on Stepston Creek,
about one mile from Foster's lower Landing on the
Ohio River, and two miles from the mouth of said
creek. This tract of land is somewhat broken, but
produces fine crops, and is very valuable on account
of Timber so convenient to market, about 70 acres
is under cultivation. There is also a good hewed
log dwelling house on siad land and other out houses.
The balance is well timbered; said tract containing
- On the same day on the premises at the mouth of
Stepston Creek on the Ohio River, about two miles
from the last described tract, (as the property of
said decedent. The reversionary interest in the dower
tract containing fifty acres upon which there is
a good hewed log dwelling house and other out houses,
and a store house. This is a handsome site commanding
a fine view of River Scenery, and in sight of Moscow,
Ohio. Said sales will take place between the hours
of 11 o'clock A.M. and 3 P.M.
months credit will be given, and bond and approved
security required, having the force and effect of
C. NAYLOR. Commissioner.
Falmouth, Ky., December 27, 1844. 24w3
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