THE KENTUCKY GAZETTE,
THURSDAY, August 29, 1799.
THOMAS HUGHES, son of John Hngbes dec
will ihank anv person who will give him information itj whit part of Kentucky his mother lives ;
her name is Mary Onrr, and is now the wile
A lme addreffed to the Prtnte
tins paper, containing the above information will
in Bourbon county, near Hutchcraft's mill,
Stoner's fork of Licking, a dark bay Mare, two
old, ,4 nand, high, has a ft- -r on her face, ha
on an old br II, Inanded on one side P B, and on the
other side 1 li ; appraised to 40 dollars.
At tha (lore lately occupied bv Mi. Robert Barr,
the following articles, VIZ :
Allum and Madder,
Kvfon Skin, &
and C n
All of the bed kinds.
I Ladies' & Gentlemen's
The above goods will be sold by whole sale for
up by the fubferiber, near
his appearance herein, agreeably to
law, and the rules of this court; and it appearing 10
our fatisfaftion that he is not an inhabitant ot this
commonwealth on the motion of the complainuit,
by hiscounfel, it is ordered that the said
do appear here on the third dav of our next
term, arid answer the complainant's bill ; that a
copy of this order be mlerted in the Kentucky
HE fubferiber being duly autlijorized
l. n. c.
to settle the estates of Tames and William
OF THE UNITED STATES,
arker, dec onre nioie rcqaeils all those indebted TERRITfJRY
Hi to either of them, by bund, note or book account,
N. IV. of the river Ohio.
Ross county, fct.
on Wednefdav the 2d div of October will
yJll tilt JJ Ulll IKUIU UI tJJLC II UC1 ilCAll &
mnft ftf?v tstYrA tuill haM
in rise of mMtA
be sold to 'he highest bidder, wit an one mile of
taken to compel payment.
Watson's mill, on Boon's creek, Clarke county,
W'uifltf jnurun ana
Po lAr ot
- Fireign attachment.
all mv Hock, among which arc foine valuable Hor
liertrand ir Jejje Euell,
fes, Maies ard colts ; also, lonie laige Bees Stears,
Lexington. Anaull 8fh. i7O0.
Cows and Calves, YounR Cattle, and a nuuibei of
W11, led outa of the of foreign attachment hath
Sheep and Hogs. Twelve months credit will be
Court of Common I'leas of
given, the purchasers giving bond with approved
fubferiber intending to start for the said county, at the sine of Meeker Cochran and
lccumy. a uc iaic iu uviu hl isiiw ...vbi
M A Philadelphia, on the 10th of September next, co agaitalt Bertrand and lefle F.well. nmrnnhl. tr.
Frcquelts all thole indebted to him by bond, note or by e alorefaid term, for five hundred dollars damage,
virtue whereof, the sheriff ot the said county
August 12, I799- book account, fco make payment by that day. A
proper regard to this request. will produce the belt bath attached sundry credits of the said Bertrand
and Jell Ewell, in the said county.
Notices U given to the said Bertrand and Jeffe
fnbftnber on fie night of the 14th
Ewell oi tfceir attorney, that unlets they appearand
I?ROMthe CATO, a negro man, about 2J 'year
give fpedial bail to the action, judgment will be en
of age, remarkably flira made, yellow complexion, Lexington, August 8th, 1799
tered agiinft them, and the credits afordaid dispoauoutofeet high. As he has lived five or fixve.irs
fed of agreeable to the law in such case adopted.
with Mr Craig at Georgetown, it is probable he
EDWARD TIFFIN, Proth'y.
He was lor
declined the mercantile business,
maybe lurking in that neighborhood
HAVING all those indebted to bun to corny
Counsel for plaintiff.
merly the propeity of Mr Thomas Wooltolk
and pay off their refpeftive accounts immediAVhoevei appreliends said ncgio, and delivers him
ately. Thole who are unable to pay at this time,
to me in Scott county, on MTonnell's run, or le
and whose accounts arc unsettled, are requested to
ones him so th.it I get him, fl'ill b amply rewarAM afttlrorixed to build BOOKER's PATENT
and dole the
THRESHING MACHINE, within the state of
i tall tail to comply fiune, by giving their notes. Ifl
with this request, by the Joth of Kentucky, which I am disposed to do on the moil
September nctt, they will be considered as unwilmoderate terms, the whole expence of one not
August tj, 1799
Vn ling to p ly t' eir just debts, and proper steps immeto more than one hundred and fiftv doldiately taken to. tin recovery thereef.
lars. ThetrutLllty and expedition in threshing,may
up by the li uicnbcr,
be known on viewing the one built for Thomas
Elkhorn, hve miles below GeorgeHait jun clq. near Lexington, ot which there is a
Lexington, August I Jth, 1799.
town, a lorrel mate, ele.en years old, imue .vl ite
ctrtihcate herewith inserted. Mr. Cuthbcrt Buiks,
of Lexington, will, on application of those who may
ha.ii in her t nehctd, fomc laddie spots, both hind
wi(h to employ the fubferiber, give
teet white, natural pacer, appraised to 91.
ition when and where he is to be sound.
Physician & Surgeon
RESPECTFULLY informs li friends and the
Scott eotintv, lulv 2Bth, 799- t
returned from the Indian
.oxiagton, August 13th, 1799.
towns tiom the Northwestern territory, with a fresh
WMEHKAS, an advertisement has appeared in supply of different kinds of herbs, roots, plants, &c.
ot the 8th inft (limed by Wil
I do certify that William Maine has built for me
used in the healing art
Ire continues (with the
ham Vauters, setting lortti the intended sale of se
a threfiiing machine, which he finished this day:
blefKng of God) to perform cares in an easy, safe
I think it inv duty to can
veral tracts of land
that in order to try it, I had some Rye hauled to
mu expeoitious manner, without the lead injury
tion the public against any purchales that they might
my barn, all of which, with one horie, wasthrefhed
o the constitution viz: Fevers, inflamations. e- be inclined to make
Tl e propriety of doing so iruptions, hcmoragesBuxes, sits, cramps, convulfi-ons- , out in
minutes, that we then cleaned it,
will appear, when the following particulars are rei
head ac'., sore ees, bleeding at the nose, colds, together with what mattered out in moving the
grain to the machine, which, when cleaned, nuafu-reNotwithstanding patents have iflued to some of tuugiis, pain in tne oreait, Ipltting ot Stood, pains
twenty seven bushels. I do also certify that it
in the ttomach, indigestion, night sweats, inward dethe repiefentitnei of ones & Mav, vet they can
bilities, low Ipirits, vapours in men, hysterics in was threshed as clean as have generally had it
not claim tiiofenCntlei any equitable title what
women, difficulty of making water, bloody urine, done with flails.
ever. It is cftailiUat a contract was made be
costiveness and rheumatism, effectually destroys
tween me and those persons, for the conveyworms, cures
and wandering pains ar ding in difance of one fourth of said lands,
14th March, 1799.
their ferent parts of the "body,
the effects of the improper
agency in the management ot the affairs of those
use of mercurv, green wounds, old foies,
lands, was deemed satisfactory. Bjt nothing hav
burns, scalds, cankers, scald head in children.
AWAKEN up by the fubferiber, living
nig been done, they ncvei having discharged rhLir
and fiilulas, the whites in WoineB, and all feminaW
riser, near the mouth of
duty as agents, no claim in either law or cquitv,
ISupar prert . n ....... 1. Cnr ...a. ... anr1 u.qrtin. sit.
wsaxneues m lotniexes, and all venomous biteseil
O" - ", nf.t.t- JW..b. ir .mu 7.u l.l.K ..
can be nnue to compel a conveyance, or to jiiltify
Jey; the mare eteht vears old. hind feet white, some
any step? fiat they may take
li a former adver
yearV saddle spots, no brand oerceivable. has on a five
tifement is attended to, it will there appear, that I part, which willcures performed within sour
Aniline bell, marked EK. the colt, chefnut forte, a
sully appear (to any gentlernan wfifi
have forewarned all peifons from purchasing under will please
star in her sorehead, appraised to 61, 10s.
to call upon hnn, being too lengthy'for
alignments Irom me This furelv would not be this
paper) by papers acid vouchers of cures performdone it the unsettled affairs appertaining to the lands, ed
his hinds pioperly.attefted, and whole auI will, however,
did not justify furh a mealure
June 2fith, 1799.
thenticity cannot be denied
leive the business to be truly represented before
N. B. He has taken an elegant large commodious
Is it should appear on a settle house on Highftieet,
THE CREDITORS OF
mahealry part of the town,
ment, that any money D10 .Id be dae to the above
for the reception of persons who are affected with
GEORGE NICHOLAS, deceasep,
named leprefentatives, I will discharge the amornt.
diseases, (and reside at a distance ;) they must find
by bond, account or
It it mould also appear that they are entitled to any
ptrt of the lands mentioned in the agi cement beg their own bedding. hisSuch as may depend proper to put
are requested to tranf-m- it
on the great
tween myfelfaud the said Jones and May, I will for'' est
to the fubferibers copies of such
attention being paid to them in the faithful
ever rulinquilli any fuither claim to that part. Bus
of hii duty, and the raeft reasonable chare-gebonds, accounts or other eidence of
until this lettlement takes pi ice, I am in duty bound
None need apply unless they
to protect that property which I consider my ow n, property to pay for the medicine have money or their demands, with the credits, &c. bereceived, or can
by every legal titk:, that can be attiched to it. Mr
longing thereto, as soon as pofiible.
give approved fecunty, payable in sour months.
I ewis, and the representatives oi May &i Jones, are
Lcxinirton. I4th AntrnfK noo
The fubferibers have been appointed
t icrefore forewarned from selling any lands whate.
Executors of the last will of laid deceasi
(and purchasers are alio cautioned) that have
ed, and having not yet qualified, cannot,
b"i i lfligied by patent from me to those reprefen
tattves. I am, however, much aftonilhed that Mr
appointed by until that is done, pay or receive anv
Lewis (houldhave those lands advertfed when he well
court of Bourbon, will meet on monies due by
or to laid deceased, but
knows Mat I hae disposed of a pait of them, and the 10th day of September next, at the house of Rothat the purchafcis arc now in polleflion. These bert Rayburn, on Hingftons fork ot Licking, and are desirous to acquaint themselves sully
lands surely would not have been disposed of,
proceed to take the depositions of fundrv witnefTes.
with the amount thereof, that measures
less I had lome title to do so
That have thisti ito perpetuate their testimony refpefting an improve
may be taken to settle them as soon as
tie, and that it has not jet been doubted, those who ment made by Jonn martin, in a lettlement and
polfible aster administration of the will is
are acquainted with the business ate willing to tef, Dre emotion ot fourteen hundred acies of land cran
But not vithftaading, I have made innumei
fted to John Calloway, and patented in the name of granted.
ble efforts to have it placed in a fair point of views laid Calloway, and John M Clure, and do such other
and to bring about an equitable settlement, yet afts as may be deemed neceffary to perpetuate
J. H. DAVEISS, Danville.
steps have been taken that cannot sail to make an
August 1, 1799.
unfavorable impretlion on the public mind. I ap
Flanders Calloway, &
peil to Mr. Vauters, whether my propofitionshave
The fubferiber will attend at the office of
not all been fair and honorable j whether I have August
said deceased, on the 10th of October next, and
isth, 1799- not frequently endeavored to bring the business to
from thence until the end of the month, for the
an nine, and finally to determine it to the mutual
puipofe Ol'dellverins out the oaners hplnrxrino. in
up by the labfcriber, on
fatisfaifhon of all parties concerned.
in which ne was employed
Garrard countv, two horses, one a yaiv-suitFrom thfe repiefentations the public will see
01 an nis clients, in the above time is requested.
the reatons by which I havr heretofore been govern
bay, about fourteen handi high, seven years old,
JOSEPH H DAVEISS.
ed in this business. They cannot ul to
randed JO on the near buttock, two saddle spots,
ne on each side, a white soot near his lest eai,
mai juuiic, ...1 L every man is entitled to, wnn
I he othei a lorrel, about
acting unaer tne influence of right which he clea;
apprailert to sit.
'five feet high, five vears old, branded E on tne near
ly connoers as nisown.
LSUB5CRI3FR HAS A QUANTITY Of
moulder, both hind feet white, a ftai in his
some saddle lpots, apprailcd to 18I.
one thousand acres of land
Poages creek onathoufand acres on Plea- ant run, and hve
and fiftv six acres on
Highland creek, all in Cogan
of Francis Brooke. The object of the.e leases
to put the land, or a rvirf ni ,r ,n i
ti iiaic r run- .- -.
nuvantageous contracts may be made by
anted to purchase, a quantity ot L mb's
IN the Mercantile line, Accomptingroom, private
f NFORMS bis friends and the public, that he haj
I removed to Lexington, and taken the im.r,. f.-- merly occupied bv Mr. Jacob Kner, black
on Hurhftreet, next door to MelciorMvei
be intends profecutinp hi? Infinre in
I hose who u II pWie to f a nr - n- ith
their custom, may depen
on wing t.ieirwo, k
done in the neatest and belt
nn.iner, ana on the
he will sell on moderate terms for
Lexington, June 12th, i''99.
To be Leased.
J7 OR a term of years,
HAS just received from Philadelphia, a geneial
iho. Bodley,. c.
mediately aster divine lervice, at the door of the
Prefbyteriafl meeting home m Lexington.
Gazette or Herald, according to law, another
polled at the door of the court house for Fayette
county, and that tins order be pubWberf on lome Sunday immediately aster divine service, at the door of
the Prefbytenan meeting house, in Lexington.
Henry liannels, fen.
defendant, Berry, having sailed
July term, 1799.
ThMius WfrClanaban, complainant,
B,nji,nm Berry, and Marattis Cabnes yan. defendants.
sailed to enter their appearance herein, agreeable to
lawjknd the rules of this court, and it appearing to
uuaiiion mat tney are not innauitants ot thl
on the motion of the complainant,
.ir - K
tin uy t-Lilt,k
umpi, it it ordered that the laid defendants
in Garrard county, 9. yt.lfeftlre, 4 soars "Hi 'gJfciV
c Mac en the tMfd dv of our net Odb- hand 5 inches high, vtitt ll
Ur in her tore
bef court, and answer the complainant's bill : that
head, branded with I) onlier near shoulder, and R a copy of this order be mlerted in the Kentucky Ga
on her near buttock, a good 9s bell on, with a leazette or Herald, accoidmg to law ; another polled
ther collar and double' buckle; appraised to ial. 10s. at the door of the court house for Fayette county,
and that this order be published on some Sunday ttn
rHE MBnde, and Jamts M'Bride, havingI
STATE Of KENTUCKY.
Lexington Difhift Court
of Dick's river, a roarr Mare a- bout 14 hands hijh, appears to be old, branded on
e near inouiacr u; apprauea to 31.
STATE CF KENTUCKY.
Lexington District Court July term, 1799.
Marh (' complainant,
James M'Kride, Henry M Br lie, William M'Brlde,
Jrme Birules, Sirab Bouhs, and Elizabeth Boulej,
heirs at law cf J imrs Ml Bi ide deceased, and Clemait
Bell ani Margaret bis utft., Brice Steele, Ami Steele,
Jenny SteJe,Jtbn Steel,
Steele, and William
Steele, heirs at Iru of Andrew Steele deceased, dt
August 17, 1799.
recehed, and for sale by
price Fifteen Shillings per Annum.
by JOHN BRADFORD, (On Main Street)
"TTAKFN up by the fubferiber, living
A TOUNG MAN.
Acquainted with business in the above capacities,
ano wno can oe recommended to the latisucnon
puit paid, directed to T. C. L at the
Office of the Palladium in Frankfort, or Ii.ni B.
Bient's tavein in Lexington will Le duly attended
Jufif 10, 1799- -
Thomas Hart jun.
Blank Deeds for sale at this
- Which he
will sell at
Lexington, July ift, '99,
Chi, V Lorumur, in M-- j
houle, High ftreqt, on the 19th inft'
be opened by
at the reasonable rate of sour dollais per quarter.
one halt paid in advance, and the remainder at the
expiration ol the quarter.
Lexington, August 2th, 799.
up by the fubferiber, lh irg
of Stoner, in Clarke county, z black horse, 14 and a hail hands high, a (tar in
his sorehead, both hind feet and a part of his leg
i hite, branded on the near (boulder and buttock
S, sour ears old j appraised to 15I.
w. Mackbean, Sec.P
ns fltpru mpmluii- - it iiartir.ilnln X.
ay oracr oi mc vice irenuent,
is to forewarn any person or persons tfront
for a bond given by me to a cdrtun
Spencer GrirSn, of Lincoln countv, and state of Ken-tack- y,
for tue bundled pounds in horles, whicllfnd
bond was given the 20th dav of Apul, 1799; Und
which bond I have have paid, and will not puv i
without compelled by law
Cnen under hiy
hand this 19th day of August, 1799
01 Mr Robert Megowan's tavein, winLeSington, fj
on gaturday the 31ft inft at 4 Vclok
fTAVE jolt received and How opening
a. A tor tale, at their Hoe oppoute the
maiket house, I eslngfon, a veiy larjje
and elegant ailortment of
fnitable o every season, v bich t'iey 'v .P
certainly fell'low for cash tnc iiom tl ?
vtiy low prof.t they now sell it, no cremt
can be given.
TUOTTEJl ir SCOTT.