". BKADFOKD, Editor.
. ,,BY THO. T. BRADFORD,
(Sire of Eliza Bailey, Mary M'Farland,
Publisher of the Laws of the U.States.
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son, which has commenced, and will end
the 30th June , at the
Forks of the George
town and Henry's Mill road in Lexington, (at
piice of 4,30, payable by
the close of the season. Good pasturaga for mares
sent to him will be furnished without any charge,
Separate lots for
and grain at cost is required.
All possisuchs may be sent before they foal. escapes, but
ble care taken tqyprevent accidents or
no liability will be Incurred for either.
black legs main and tail full sixteen j CHAS. MORGAN, RICHD. PARKER,
JAS. HARRISON, B. W. THOMPSON.
hands high, uniting in one form more
of. I certify that Eliza Bailey by Columbus, dam
beauty and trancendant comeliness
face and countenance than any horse 1 by Stockholder, was loaled on the 20th day of
have ever seen of his strength, solidity ;April, 1832. Given under my hand at Gallatin,
'and Herod like stoutness anil fibre, was Ten. tins an day 01 uecemDer, ihjj. REESE.
got by the much admired and distinguishSrENCER'i Choice, Ten. Sept. 13, 1831.
I have this day been called on for my opinion
he by the celebrat-!ed4mil- e
ed race horse Oscar;
horse"Wilkes' VVonder: he by of the celebrated stallion COLUMBUS. I saw
the old imported Diomed. Wonder's dam him runhe is a race horse andthe firstno hesitation was
was Col. Lppes'gray mare; she by
at all timet badly managed, and in the worst pos
(he by Linsley's Arabian) by sible condition to run, when 1 have seen him start
Brimmer by Valiant; Valiant was out of and do not think, properly managed, he would
Osstarted for his
have ever lost
a full blooded Jolly Rodger mare, bp- - car, was ooe ofany race hehorsesevar ;raisedsire
pes' gray mare was also the dam 01 Oren. in Europe or America; his blood is as pure as
virgin gold, and his powers as a race horse have
Jackson's Pacolet, Palafox and othprs.
Oscar's da'm the distinguished and very been rarely equalled not this or any other countrya
believe, Oscar ever had
by the on earth and in the days ot Childers . I am told
superior brood mare Rosey Clack,
mported, Saltram, he by O'lvelly's lv the eeutlemen. Mess. Thompson and Bledsoe, the
clipse (who was able so give any horse Ipresent owners of Columbus are about to remove
1 leel no Hesitation in recommending
him to Ky.
111 .LjiiL'iuiiu au stance in ins uav ;i juuse
of the bfood horse, in this or any
by Marsk, he by Squirt, he by Bartlett's' otherto the patrons1 think he will suit well to cross
Saltram's dam Virago, by on the blooded stock of Kentucky, as he possessSnap; her dam bv Reji'uuis;he by Go- - es uncommon stienglh, with great purity of blood,
as will be seen upon examination of his pedigree,
dotp.hin Arabian) out of a sister to
of the purest English crossthat his veins run
Rosey Glack's dam Ca es, such as Diomed, fullSaltram, Flimnap, Eclipse,
milla ; Camilla by the old imported TVild- - &c.
We were present at the fall races over the
air; her grandam Jet, by old imported
Flimnap, her gr. grandam the famous Hartsville Turf, when Colonel Elliott's Pacolet
beat Columbus, both three years old. The
brood mare Diana, by Claudius; her gr. Jerry of the first heat of the two miles which they
gr. grandam Sally Painter, liy Serling; ran, was recorded, we believe, 3ni 484s; second
her gr. gr. gr. grandam the celebrated heat in 3m 47s; that of the third in 3m 51s. Is
imposed mare Silver, by Bellsize Ara- - we are wrong the entry ofere won by can correct
The two last heats u
biHri, in England, as was also the above it.
LUMBUS was badly rode the first heat, which
he by he won, however with apparent ease. Our opinnamed Sterling. IFildair by Cade;
Godolphin Arabian' Claudius bv the old ion was at the lime, and now, had he been well
muorted Janus; old Janus of Lngland ode the first heat he he lost it onlywon one length.
by Godolphin Arabian.
The dam of also; and as it was- trained that (all by Captain
Claudius by Sterling; he by Bellsize A- - Haney. We witnessed and timed the trial on his
rabian. Columbus's dam was got by the turf before he was taken to Hartsville. With a
bad start, and in his training shoes much worn, he
imported horse Dunganon, he by
We do not hesitate to
of England, he by O'Kelly's E- - run his mile that lm performance at Hartsvllie,
cupse, ne oy iviarsK, Oic. Jjunganons and.tnp"mariy evidences which he gave of both
dam Aspasia, by King Herod; his gran- heels ahd'bbttom in the training at Captain
entitle Columbus to rank among the first
dam Doris, by Blank; his g grandam Hel
running horses in Tennessee.
en, by Spectator; his gr gr. grandam
ANDKEW J. UUiMiLaUiN,
Daphne by Godolphin Arabian.-- . ColumROBERT DESHA.
Lexington, March 1st, '36 I0-- 3t
bus's grandam by Merlin ; his, g grandam
by the celebrated race horse rlagot
Truce. Merlin was raised by Stephen Twelve years old this grass a
Smith, of Virginia, and was got by John
bay, DlacK mane ana tail,
Merlin.' Young Merlin's dam
was a splendid marc got by Old Quick
silver, and he by the old imported Med- f S3 1HIS distinguish
SL. ed racer was"brell
ioy; Holmes' Merlin by Celar, Janus,
by Samuel Purdy Esq
&c. Flag of Truce b imported Gold-findof New York and foal-shis dam by Flimnap; grandam by
ed in May, 1824 ; he
Aristottle: g grandam by Old Fear was got by Duroc, sire of Eclipse: his dam by the
nought. Flag of Truce was the sire of imported horse Light Infantiy, his grandam by old
many distinguished racers, among them Messenger, his great grandam hy uasnaw, hisg.
his g. g. g. grandam
Colonel Taylor's Jamous running horse g. grandam by True Britton,
Leviathan, and First Consul, who won
races from 3 to 7 years old,
averaging 100 guineas each.
On the Union Course, L. I., when 3 years old,
Sir I.ovell ran a match against a Dinwiddie
Colt of C. R. Colden's, three mile heats, and won,
Burnt Tavern, Ky. Feb. 17, 1836.
distancing his antagonist: when 4 years old he
In offering'ffo the breeders of Kentucky for a third time (lie services of this
distinguished Stallion, who has- - already
been so liberally patronized py mom, j
cannot, sujipress an expression 01 tnc
iLongerones in proporton. When mseited by satisfaction and pride winch 1 leel, at
,theyear,suhjecttoa deduction of 15 per cent.
the fact that all my prophecies in regaid
to the performance of his get, are 'in a
fair way to be sully realised and that the
liberality with which this distinguished
HHE subscriber respect-- horse of a renowned and unequalled
- his old
fullv informsis likely ifl.,oe
3customers,and thepublicgen- - Sire, has been patronsed,
flerally, that he has removed more than compensated in'a stock of
his CABINET SHOP and horses possessing game and speed and
Jti!IH: Sg iJnwellina occupiedto the stand beauty rarely equalled. There is no
Jw'"! '"'''' Tn fjformerly
by J. J:
horse on the continent of America, known
SSheridan. on Main Street.
seaimmoHlfifpIv nnnnsitH the Masonic Hall, where to me, native or imported that in a
line of business can be had on son of restricted serviSE has produced
"all articles in his
so much stock likely to prove first rate.
ehort notice and good terms. He invites all wishing to purchase to call upon him.
It is a remarkable fact that in the searANNOY'S PATENT BEDSTEADS son
Eliza Bailey &c,
made to order on snoit notice.
Columbus Was-- ' suffered to serve but a
Lexington , Dec. 12, 1835
limited numb6r of mares, and out of that
number not one that has been triNEW AND POPULAR BOOKS, ed, has disappointed the expectations of
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"W" 1FE of Sir James Mcintosh, 2 vols
and run, of the produce of that seasJLi Life or Sir Walter Scott, by Allen
I have said on a former occasion,
Poetiy of Life, 2 vols
Theulston Tale, 2 vols
and I here again repeat; that the breedPaul Pry's Comic Sketch Book
ers of Kentucky have not paid sufficient
The Partisan, 2 vols
attention inlftoiUne&s in, their course of
The South West, by a.Yankee
Slight Reminiscences of (he Rhine .
breeding. Thisis a great error. .No
Miss Sedgwick's Tales and Sketches
stallion of Euiopor-.AmericRambler in North America
of racers to
Letteis from the South,
much extent; who had not this quality.
Hall on the loss of Blood
Blaze and Herod
Those uniform-breeder- s
,Beauty of Female Holiness
of England, and Sir Archy and Eclipse
.Chronicles of Gotham
of America, are cases in point. Give
Ros?Hill, or tale of the Old Dominion
an ancestry without blot
Remarks on Homopathy
Clark on Consumption
or blemish, and then give me stoutness
Gerhard on diseases of the Chest
indicating a perfect constitution, and you
Good's Study of Medicine; new ed.
cannot well sail to have a race horse.
Mcintosh's Practice; new ed. "
It is not to be expected that a thin slat
light boned skeleton
sided, bandy-IegeDr. Uoit's Uible.
shaped animal, is he even have soot-'caYoung Ladies' Book
Young Artist. Magnolia
?v three repeatedyears old, nor run itlater
to be"gx- or sour'
Lan"uaee of Flowers and some others.
peclerl mat a stallion ot tne aiscripuon
named will produce.stock other than like
Cheapside, Lex. Ky. Jan 22, 1836
Beingxalled on by Mr. Ihompson
him. It has been regretted for two
won the two mile sweepstake, over the Union
the stock produced
years past in our state by the breeders COLUMBUS, tohave no hesitation in by hisnorse Course, L. I. beating five good horses. In the fall
,nrJAKEN UP by Hallet M. Winslow, living of the blood horse, that our stock were his colts are equal is not supeuor to those produ of the same year he was trained again, and ran
or the S200 purse, two mile heats, over the Pough- in Lexington chesnut sorrel Horse, about growing too much of this
ieii wtc u.nh civ I'pnm nld. a .email star on the flimsy character; our in and in course ced by any horseand the state possession verymore keepsie course, which he awon with ease, beating
size and color,
number of other cele
Hotspur, I imoleon, and
sorehead, two or three small wh.te spots
I of. power and higher form than any set of colts I brated horses. The night following, his groom
neck near the ieusnuuir.er, aim a iuhu wmio of breeding has injured our stock.
seen. I tiained two of his colts last foundered him notwithstanding, on the last day
spot on the inside of the ri,jhtarrn near the breast ; ter them in (Jolumbus a cross wlncn fall, and although they were quite too low in or
of the same month, (October) he won a sweepno brands or other marks perceivable.
will be more remote; and a form best cal
dernlionl took them, they exceeded all'my stake, 3 mile heals,over the New Market Course,
doby John Love and John Ingles to thirty-fivI lan bliza Bailey at Crab Urch
culated to remedy the very defect alluded expectations.
L. I., beating Grey Koman (out of Ariel's dam)
llars, befoie me this 9th day of Februery, 1826,
to: In regard tothe get ot (Jolumbus, 1 lard two miles and lepeat, won the first heat in 3m and manyotheis. In the winter following, he was
JAMES L. HICKMANfj. p.
54s. notwithstanding, by a manoeuvre in the start sold to a gentleman ot rennsylvama, and was to
J. C. RODES, elk.
,A Copy Att.
would add in addition to what I have said, ' she ran more than a mile before she started for
him on the
by WALLER RODES, d. c.
that his colts are more uniformity like (the heat, and was then in five minutes, compelled ing delivered to the contract 1st or April, in cover
not having been made
him. than those of anv stallion I have to go for the heat; the second heatshe was 80 good on the part of the purchaser, he was again
sine size smooth 'yards behind at the start and lost ihe heat by one put in training and commenced walking. On the
dm bus. ; the tnird heat she Jost again bth of April, at the time he commenced training,
wide bone richness of coat, and in an em- length
sad- he was very fleshy notwithstanding , on the lath
undersigned, from inent degree that peculiar beauty of 80 oraO yards) at the start, but carrying the
idle and rider 6 miles on her neck; was too much, day of May following, he was entered for the $400
unshe lost the race, but was quite able to have won puise, three mile heats, which ne won with ease.
countenanee which to be properly
cated themselves in Lexing
derstood must be seen. Three of them lit. Tne same evening I ran Mary M'Farland carrying 122lbs. beating the famous mare Ariel,
ton, respectfully invite the atmile heats although she was running under the Bachelor and Yankee Maid- - time, first heat om.
jy ijjjjjjyj!j tention of the Ladies vicini only have been exhibited at any fair in iaw at the time with the distemper, she won the 47s. second heat, 5m. 53s. Taking into con
llernen of the city and
the state they all got premiums, nt 'fiist heat in lm 48s and lost the the second heat sideration the very short timo he had been in train
ty to the examination of a
In regard to the performance by five feet in lm 50s and was drawn. The next ing (five weeks; wis lace was considered as one
small assortment of their man Danville.
rtjfacture now on hand. A general assortment of of Columbus on the Turf, a list of his week I took them both to Richmond, but did not of the best ever run on Long Island, and at once
run Eliza in cqnsennence of a severe cut she re
stamped SIR LO.VELL as a first rate race horse.
all articles in their line, will he kept, and ot as races and of the races run by his colts,
ceived on one of her sore legs, inthe second heat Inthe ensuingiweek, he ran with Arielfpr the
Of the quali
.good materials as can be procured.
this bill to too great a at the Crab Orchard race. 1 stalled Mary
S500 purse, sour mile heats, at Poughkeepsie ,
ty ol their work, they deem it unnecessary to say
mile heats (although still running with where he won the first heat in great t:me, 7m.
length; I will just add that in all his rasmuch, preferring that their friends should call
ces between eighteen and twenty in 'distempers against seven othernags, and won the 50s. considering the state of the course, which
and examine for themselves.
first heat in lm 51s (and lost forty yards in the was very heavy
the second heat he led the mare
are prepared to attend to Funeral number he lost but two, he was beaten
start, the second heat, and the heat also by one or
in those for the want of condition, (as two lengths, 1n lm 51s,) The third heat she was three and three quarter miles, when she passed
him and won the heat he was then withdisiwn.
An arrangement has been made fof a supply of testified by his
trainers,) and befoie and pulled up. Two weeks afterwards I took them There was no jockeying at the time; it was owEastern made PIANO FORTES. l
to Lexington, and ran Eliza two mile heats
Afterwards beat both the nags by whom
ing to his want of sufficient training that he lust
six other popular racehorses:
THOS. W. POWELL,
he was thus beaten. By a reference to first heat in 3m 50s without running she lost the the race. Two days afterwards, over the same
a jump for course, he took the $200 purse two milelieats
HORACE E. DIMICK,
his pedigree it will be seen that there is the heat; the second heat . she won easy in 3m
Hunter, Maryland Eclipse and
Jordan's Row, 5th door from Main st.
not in his veins one single drop of blood '54s; the third heat she won without a struggle in Malton time, first heat 3m. 51s., carrying 1211bs.
Lexington, March 26, 1836 12-- tf
that is of doubtful character. He is ,3m 57s. In alitliis race she carried her saddle This is great time, considering Lovell run eight
more nearly related to thejgreat English and rider on her neck hundred whole six miles she miles two days previous, but it was soon forgotten
yards fijtheclose of
made i'runofa sew
Eclipse than any horse in 'America, na- last heat that astonished every body, and induced in his superior heat almost unequalled time, time
IiHE residence of the subscriber is offered for
which was contested inch by
of the second
is nleasautlv situated on the
tive or imported. The "performance of some to believe that she was 4 years old, which I inch in the most spirited style by Sir Lovell and
Mr. Thompson has pioved satiscity of the two Alleys brought by me from Tenam glad to learn
Curd's road, just within the limits of the
Lady Hunter, and won by Lovell in 3ni. 46s.
the city ol Lexington, containing about 40 acres, nessee last spring, is given below in the factorily not to be the case, at the same place I When 11 is known that the course is eightfcfeetover
ran Mary M'Farland mile heats against six other a mile, and that the horses carried
'statement of Mr. Dunn thenf trainer. of the best nags in Keutnckv ; he won the first
BRICK DWELLING-HOUS- E,
jweights, this heat will doubtless be recorded as
feet; 'five rooms and an en- The arduous duties of a station at a dis- - heat nil m 51s the second heat she blunder
one of the quickest in the annals of racing.
sour rooms above stairs ; taut quarter have rendered me unable ed alter getting "within 70 or 80 yards of the stand the following week, he ran a Match Race of two
try on. the lower floor, and
"d 'osjher rider and ran out second best in lm mile heats , over the Union Course, L. I.,"for
and to procure, n due form the performance
Brick Kitchen; Brick
wpk I InnbhArlMarvl tn UnirHs.
Water, of several other of his colts, one Butler's five
with the well known roaie Ironelte, in which
Dairy, &c. ; a well of
town and ran herjwo mile heats against a
ential. is not superior in quality, to anv in the
he won the first heat in 3m. 45s. and in the next,
colt that has been running last falfin West Jar horse
Bertrand; she won the first distanced his opponents in 3m. 45s. - Thus runcity, and situated within 12 set of the House.
Tennessee successfully J several races, heat in 4m 14s, and the second in 4m 61s very ning sour races in the short space of two weeks and
Any persqp wishing to buy can have an oppor
tunitv ns dninc so. bv earlv antilication to the sub also one owned by Mrt'Tompkins of easy, track heavy. Given under my hand, this only losing a single heat further comment is un17th Feb. 1836.
Possession will be given by the 15th of
Summer Co. Tennessee,ithat was trainJAMES DUNN.
April, is sold before that day ; is not, on the 1st
Puffing has become so common with persons
ed and run in the south, and some oth-rs- ,.
I was present and witnessed all the races spokof September next.
Horses, that I deem it a disgrace to a good
JAS. L. HICKMAN.
At Lexington "last fall the evi- en of in the above .certificate, that ivere run by who havesay
more than what is recorded in the
Match 33, 1836. 12 is
dences that Eliza Bailey gave in her Eliza Bailey and Mary M'Farland, except the Sporting Registers concerning them, for which, as
three two mile heats of game and spccO, raceMr. Bairdstown, and know the facts set forth to Silt LOVELL, the public is relerrett.
Given under my
Dunn to be correct.
RENOVATING, SCOURING AND induced some to question the age for by
will stand at my stables on the Tates' creek
n tts tjvf.ks
-- wATinnj Arn
Iroad in Jessamine county, 8 miles from Lexington
which she had been entered; sundry cer
Rvp frnm N irhnl a svil Jr. Owinr tn thp. prpat
bay silly by
HE "undersigned would 'inform the citizens tificates will be sound below, settitig that) er, The raised by Columbus, givea by Stockhold 'onrl
at about six number of horses in Kentucky , Lovell will he let
.imn'iw ...u. v
cnw... BP.iMnv-4'nNi-, J...... u , matter in its proper light. She is again months old soldmy nephew Mr. A. W. Reese, n0 mares at the reduced price of is30 dollars,the n
ne nas uugugu
hompson, who ''can be discharged by 25 dollars
SCOURING and TAILORING BUSINESS, in Kentucky, andunless bad luck befall and her him Lexington, Mr. Davis Imile
heats, was pson. The season will commence on the 10th of
on Main street, opposite "BTrinnan's Hotel. He hcrygcnllemen may be made to think she three years
old last spring and no more, which canMarch, and end the 1st of July. All possible
assures thojie whrfmay feci disposed to palionize is older still than they did last fall.
be attested by ja number of gentlemen in this, care taken with Mares from a distance, but no
will spare no pains to give Salisfar-tioAre.
3 insertions $100
SForl square orlessl 3ormonths
do 12 months
in all cases. His work will be done in the
verv best manner, and on the lowest terms.
COLUMBUS is .a deen r
Given under my hand at Galla- this 20th of November, 1835.
bility for accidents or escapes.
CeA at a small nrir.
P. E. TQDUUNTER
Jessamine County, Jan. 30, 183G
raiucuiaia Jr. .,J
known indue time.
Pedigree in a concise form.
Messenger Uuroc, by uuroc; aim vinrcnm,
by Messenger; Slender; Lath; Wildair; True
Briton ; Joseph Anderson's imported mate by
Marske; Starling; Partner; Smiling Tom Tra
veller's dam by Almanznr; Bay liolton's sister Dy
Grey Hautboy; Makeless; Biimmer; Diamond;
r a tUPS SHV.
January 10, 1836
is the largest Jack, (,!"" 10
and has proved
11.. 1,... ail nvcr.
Shimself to be the surest and bestbreeder now known
in the world. His colts have more man lusuneu
public expectation, not only in size, but in form
u: M..t.. ...its. at weanlne time4
-i- Myers, of'Garrard County
last fall, to Col-W.
ior $uueach, cash in nana, anu uuicia
V ...... nrt,; Tnrk rnlts ROW Ontf
year old, can be bought for $500. The sum of
has been offered for either of two, and
1000 for several others. Does not thisjustify th
price at which Warror stand's?
AND TIMOTHY SEED
of Lexington and
RE hereby informed that their notes will fall
due on the 4th day of March ; and that as
claims against the estate are numerous and pressing, no indulgence can be given, but payment must
be made at maturity.- E. K. SJ.YRE, Adm'r.
Lex. Feb. 18, 18367-- 3
VERY Fafmei. .perhaps, has some ground
Bijtgo rich for most vegetables. This is the
verytbesl Kind lor growing tne common smu
"black mustard. A dung hill, is well rotted, is
not too rich. It grows well where old builJings
have stood. A quarter half an acre of this sort
of ground would be well worth cultivating. This
"much, the feeblest families, perhaps, could do.
It would probably, from the experiments I have
made, produce at the rale of thirty or forty bushels an acre. It should be sown as early in the
spring as the ground can be worked, and when
ripe, reaped and laid in hands, and two or three
day's sun will dry it sufficiently for thrashing.
This should be done on a sheet laid on some
plank or on a thick sod of grass. Care must be
taken to sift the trash out before it is put into the
wind, or it will carry the seed away. When well
cleaned and dried, it will meet with ready sale at
about S3 a biiieLby applying to
be sold at Public Auction, on the
premises, on Friday the 8lhdav of April,
1836, at 11 o'clock, a. m., the cityipropeity purchased of R. Higgins, esq. situated on,Maincrpss
street, between the lots of Frederick Norwood
and the heirs of Moses Hall, dee'd. laid out into
beautiful building lots.
The plan of the lots may be seen with the City
Clerkjand will be exhibited .on the premises on
the day of sale.
Terms. The lots will be sold on a credit of 6
and 12 months, the purchaser giving negotiable
notes with good and approved security. Possession delivered on the day of sale.
M. C. JOHNSON,
I J. B. JOHNSON,
CITY PROPERTY TO I,EASE
AT GROUND RENT.
City Propeity on each side the
will be leased for ninety-nin- e
with a claim of perpetual renewal, on Friday, the
8ih day of April, 1836, at 10 o'clock, A. m., at
public auction, for ground rent, payable
Brick buildings of not less than two stories high, will he required to be elected on tht
premises, and the punctual payment of the rent
secured by the usual claims of forfeiture.
property will be divided l.Uo lots suitable for business houses.
The situation is admirably adapted to every
species of business, but especially to the larger or
M. C. JOHNSON,'
J. B. JOHNSON,'
and purAVING formed a
chased out the Stock and Tailoring concern
of Messrs J. T'Frazer Si Co., are now ready to
execute all orders in their line.
They will constantly keep on hand a complete
assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and
VESTINGS, andrrespectfully solicit a continuance of public patronagg.
HUEY & FROST.
Lex. Feb. 16, 1836
BUILDING LOTS FOR SA.LE.
vicinity, that he
the entire stock,
&c, of Mr. John
R. Shaw, and
will continue ths
above business at
the old stand, on
Short street opposite O. Keen,
psn.. wheie" he
be happy to wait on all who will give him a
March 5, 1836 9-- tf
a meeting ofthe President and Council of
City olLexington, Feb. 16, 1836,,
Resolved, That the President of the Council
advertise in the several newspapers in the city,
until the 1st day of May next, that the citizens of
the city will be required to comply with the city
ordinances, in furnishing their houses with FlrB
Buckets, by the first day of May next.
Resolved, That on the 1st day of May next,
the Marshal and Day Watchman of the city shall
commence visiting every house in the cityyand
make a return to the President of the Council, as
early as possible, of the number of Fire Buckets
which belong 10 each house in the city, which return shall be made fiom his own knowledge and
from actual examination ofthe Buckets.
THOS. P. HART, .ftwt!.
A copy H. I. Bodley, Clk.
Lex. Feb. 20, 1836.
WEEK or two since on the Rail Road, a
pair of GOLD'SPECTACLES, wfiich the
owner can have by describing them and paying for
thisadveitisement. Call on
proposals for leasing, at perpetual ground rent, or
purchasing, the City Property on Main street, extending back to 'fater street. The property will
be divided into five fionts on Main street, of 20
feet 6 inches each,'and as many on Jfaterstreet,
and each running back 110 feet. Proposals may
be for any number of these lots, extending through
from street to street or only going back halfway,
as may suit the bidder. The proposals must be
lest with the Clerk of the City by the 15th day of
M. C. JOHNSON,
J. B. JOHNSON,
Y WILLIAM LOGAN, living near Beth
.1 lvioBiWiohmisB a BROWN
supposed to be thtee years old last spring, about
14J hands high, small star and smip. both hind
feet white, some white on the lest
apprised to $45, this 23 Sept. 1835.
or two steady, industrious Journeymen
will meet with constant employment, is immediate application is made at this
riexington, marcn o y- -ti
HAVE FOR SALE, a large quantity of
TEXAS SCRIP, in Leftwick's grant, ad
joining, and immediately above Austin's Colony,
including tne Hrassos and extending to tne voiera-d- o
river. This is the most fertile part of Texas.
Any person wishing to emigrate to, or engage in a
speculation inland in this delightful region, would
do well to apply to the undersigned, who will give
a first rate Dargain in an respects to sun ine
"Apply to Mr P. Scott at Dr. Whitney's
in Lexington, to the subscriber, or u.Kj. uver-toat the late residence 'ofVJValler Overton,
five miles from Lexington, near the Boons- boro' road.
JOHN W. OVERTON.
Council of the
THE President andreceive and consider City of
CITY PROPERTY ON MAIN
5 miles from Lex . Leestown Road to Frankfort.
PURCHASERS AT THE SALE OF
THOS. OUTTEN, DEC'D.
Feb. 20, 1836.
for sale by
Lexington, March 5
of Lexington, that he has returned to
the City, and may bo sound at the PHD3NIX
HOTLL, (Room No. 6) where he will be happy
to receive the calls of such as may desire his professional services.
He will remain in the city fof
March 4, '36.
a sew weeks only.
BUSHELS Clover Seed.
100 do. Pennsylvania Timoti.j
for a man with a small family, well Qualified for business, either as a
Clerk or Superintendant of a Hemp Factory. SuitCall im
able recommndations can be produced.
mediately at thisorhce.
Lex. Jan. 19, 1836 3-- 4t
learn the Art
TOboys between theofages of 14will betaken
and 16 would
ONE OR TWO APPRENTICES.
Winchester, feb. 20. 1836
JUDGE MAYES &associated themselves in
the practice of the LAW, in the Fayette Circuit
Court, will attend to all business entrusted to
their care with zeal and promptitude.
Lexington, March 4, todb
I HAVE not sold Warr-- e
or. I beg leave to caution thi
public against falsernmors,
in relation to him, during lh
year. Is any change takes
place in his health, Or abiliti-- .
furhirh have never been
itefirlivt in his life.) I will
notify the public through the newspapers forthwith
He will remain during the present season, at his
tir: Uncar TIir mice'will be m33
the season, or $52 to insure Jennetts. Pasturage
A BMAf.r. RAN! RIT.I. iv.is sound about
xSL two weeks since, near the University, which
the owner can have by applying at this Office, describing the same, and paying for this advertise
Lexington, marcn j, iouu j- -"
stand the ensuing
season at my stables
No. 13. Vol. 51
on the Lexington
LEXINGTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1836,
THE TURF HORSE
he comes, the Herald of a noisy world; News from all nations, lumbering at his back.''''
" True to his charge,
LAND FOR SALS.
THE Subscriber of LAND foronsale on the 25th
which he lives
containing 100 ACRES, 14 miles south of
Ky. on the Turnpike road leading
from Lexington to Danville and Lancaster. Also
ALL HIS STOCK of Horses, Cattle,
Sheep, Hogs, &c. Corn, Oats, Hay, Sic. Sale
to commence at 10 o'clock, a m. Terns made
known on the day of sale.
Jessamine county, March 7, '36. 10-- 2t
N. B. There is another tract adjoining the one
offered for sale, which can be had is wanted. S D
NEW SPJRING GOODS,
now receiving at the old stand of J.
No. 49, Main street, a large and splen
did stock of MERCHANDISE,
Dry Goods, Hardware, Shoes and Boots.
To which they invite the attention of Wholesale and Retai) Dealers.
Lex March 8, '36 lU-- tf
NORTHERN BANK. KENTUCKY.
,he fourth instalment, of $10 on each share,
huanierinc on the 127th ultimo.
Lexington Match 6 t