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AND GENERAL ADVERTISER;
muiu jAmm i 'jjgm
the place whereon I now Jive,
450 acres well improved, and
generally given up to he as liandfonie a place
publiftied weekly, aThis rcaoer is
any in Fayette countv the dwelling house
itof brick, two (lories high, 46 sees long by 23
per annum, paid in
JVhedott in a neat plain manner, and
emflcellary out houses: there lsllkewifc a
Tliofe who write to the Editor, nuift
Are grid mill with two pair ofilones,one
pay the pottage of their letters.
the said null, dam, and all
were built anew abodt twelve months ago
the dam and all under works are lociitt timber,
atleafl. fifty years Without he
THE MILLINERY STORE. which will (landtliereisaboar 130 acres ot clear
ed land, springs andftockwater that was never
I will sell the whole together,
orthe mill with foor 100 acres with it, ami
give a considerable credit for half, the other
half being paid dov11. Forfurtlmr particulars
return her fmcsre thank' to byapp))ingto the fubferiber, any pcrfon may
AJEGS leave to
a, generous I'ublic, for the
be informed and Ihcwn.
has axnenenced finer '.er commencement,
(he has removed from mr
and inlormi them,
Favctte county, Davy's ForVof ?
Bogg's, to th- - house oppnfite to m'. H.adford's
Elkhorn, April 16th, 1804.
Printing Office, where she continues to have
rWO S ILLS I' OR SALE.
an txtenfive and elegant afl'irtment of the
most faminnatle'Viillinfy?,)0ds,i7 :
ONE holds laT gallons, the other 60
Silk and Straw Scoops, Old Ladie-- ' KJiriefSjj gallons. I will sell them low for all
Feathered Velvet Hit- - veivecapencei",oBi
Oa'.h. ror trie, H!o,
tin and Node Cloaks, Lice and Gauze: Veils,
Tbe Noted Thorough Bred Horse,
and Muilin Cap Oltnch Tea
thers, & Artificial 1'lu.ters, stum, $ fcCra LAMPLIGHTER, which is equal in
vits,Suipcnders,BlK-- srd KedAlorocco La-be- r blood and beauty to any horl'e in the
Hate, and his colts the same is not fupei
N. B- scojp.aad (5j mats made, and 6m rior. I will take one thousand dollars
lor him he is eight years old. J. K.
lf Mrs. White,
Banks & Owings,
Have imported from Philadelphia, and
are opening for sale, on the lowed
terhis, in the house lately occupied by
Meffrs. John Jordan jun. & co. next
door to Mr. Seitz's,
JBritiflnndpinifhfu- - Saddle'y and hainefi
perfine and common
Shoe makers' and cor.
VonillCUlun aim wiij
y Allaflbrted, hard ware
Cotton cards, No. 8,
V & to.
Jaconet, tsmboreoVSc China, glass& queens
India shawls, silk and Young hyfon,
India, silk and cotton Coffee,
Cbintxes and calicoes Wines,
of the newest pat- Brandy,
Irilhlinent, whol- - and .Hlpice, '
Wildboris, &c &c.
Men's and women's j Muttard, &c.
cotton hose 3c locks, Cuperjs, madder, in
jihto una jlluin
An allortmer t ot im
ported Ihot oi the
A complete aiTorOhent
OCTOBER 9l 1804.
A M authorifed, by power of attor
WHEREAS by an aft ot
nt v, from Simon Gratz, of the citv
AND pofTeflioti given immediate
pafTed on the 3d ol March
ly h ik acres of land,
on the of Philadelphia t sell one moiety of a
"An ad further to amend an ad, entiw4trof Cane Run, and immediatetled," n id to lay andcolled adiied
ly olytha road leading From LexingConp-ref-
yTract of Land,
tax, within the United States," the coU
ledors of said tax are direded to tranf
nnt:to the Supervilor, corred tranlcripts
of lists ot all lands or lots whiih they
U.. I" IJ I0r ij,e
tax And it is further proided. that
any person making payment to the Si
pervilor ; ol the tax colls and interest ud
on any trad of. land or lot lb sold, fhoitld
be permitted to redeem the same. 110- vided such pament or tender of 1. v.
ment-bmade within the period preferred" by law which Ih thrs (late will expire generally in January and Ftb uary
puriu,nceot the provilions of
the abovr rented ad. nnhli
herby giver, thdt I am in nnflVfi, ., ns
all the colledors, ftsollapds ,,d
which have been sold for, non-p- a
ot the said tax, nitliin'this flan',
two which are exneded daily) and that
any person wilhing to redeem lands
lots witicn haveoeen foldj may do so by
applying to the subscribe inLexinpen.j
Lexington, July 16th, 1904,
There is tole- Containing two thonfand acres, tituate
ton to Georgetown
rable good improvementr, with about ontlie head waters of Fox run,abran.hof
Bidlhears's ereek ; which ltnd was con
00 acies of the above land cleared, .
l' Uk.l .,1.1 17".ll.
it y, iu
encloled ,with a good fence, phia, to Joseph S iviiii
mons, 01 Lancaller,
o. pennfyVanla and by him to the aforc- -J
l.,e l,u?, '"""I1""""-i'ale will be made known by aplica said Simon
Gratz. Any person inclition to the fubferiber, living on the ning to purchase said lauds, may know
the terms (which will- be moderate) by
I will also sell all my stock, at applying to me in Lexington.
reduced prices for calh or short cre- WILL. MORTON.
Attorney in lest for S Gratz.
ht Among my horles 1 have two
thorough bred MareSj brought from June 4, 1804'.
Virginia last spring, one was got by
the noted horse Quicksilver out of
be sold to the highest bidder
Pilgrim mare, three vears old
Friday the, 19th days Oc
thisfpring, now in Foal by Albert, tobef next, at the late dwelling house
the other was got by Fitzchews no of Jacob Ryman dec. on South Elk-
Black gauee for:yeils,'
silk gloves, afforted and
Silk and cotton hosiery.
Fancy and conflitution
Complete cases plottinginftruments,
Kid, morocco and (luff (hos
Englifii & Gertnan fcvtliL-Spanish fegara by the' box.
White and red lead,
Spanish brown, yellow oker,
Vermillion and Pruffian blue,
Indigo and fig blue,
Coffee, loaf sugar, teas,
Wines, &c. &c. &c.
Which will be sold unusually lowfor
Cadi in hand.
I will sell the remainder of that va
luable trad oT mflit'ary land, lying an
Ohio, jult above the mouth of the
Kp4k"ucky river, containing 431 acres
at veiy reduced price for cash- - It con- luTs ol bottom ot the firlt quality, enn
frntly calculated for farming Stc. com
manding a view several miles above and
below of the Ohio river, embracing a
complete prospect of the Town at the
mouth of the Kentucky river.
P. S. Those who wouldv prefer
a part of the traft may be accommodated A General warranty will
HAVE just received, in addition to
their former aflortinent,
Blue ground callico and chiuues,
Cambrick, jacontt, and tamborcd
ted running horle Old rreoenck, horn Fayette county, the personal
out of a full blooded mare, and now
of said dec. confilVmg of horses,
in foal by Medley.
cows, (heep, and swine, household
Tbos. I. Garrett
furniture, and a valuable set of
Faj ette, July 9th, 1804.
and joiner's tools. On the
same day and place, will be rented
TO BE SOLD,
BY a power of attorney from the ex- - for a term of years, the Mills and
ecutoit of Patrick Henry deceased, a
plantation, confiftingot an excellent
and Grilt-Milwith two
IACT OF LAND, pairof (tones, one of w.hich are burrs,
On Mill creek, near Drennon's Lick, and cloths for merchant work, the
about 18 miles from the mouth of Ken
on a separate wheel for
tucky, and 40 mil'" from the Falls of cowMry ivork ; Also a new Fulling- Ohio, containing 1500 acres, by survey Mjflfi' complete
order for business,
made in 1784, and (s a moiety of 3000
oppofitc side of the creek ad;
acres, patented to mr. May and mr.
ioii)K a small hud and home for the
Hunry, and accordinglv divided.
jacomfft odatian of a fuller.
Alio 500 acres on tne Rolling fork
months credit will be given the
of Salt river, by survey in '1784, patent
on giving bond with aped to mr. Henry.
I underltand these lands are valuable. proved security for all sums above
but a rtirchafer would chufe to iudcre sour dollars, all sums under that for hinifclf. The terms may be known mount to be paid down, & the terms
by applying to the fubfcribei, living in of rent to,be made known on the
day ef sole by the
BY virtue of a decree, of the FayT
ette Circuit Court, will, be foId,(at
Fayette Circuit Court,
September Term, 1804 public sale, on a credit .ofninV
Ambrose Young, Abner Young and He months front the date, a tradl of
zekiah Harmon and Jane his wise.
vuAVlLL color cotton and linen late Jane Young, John Young, bwlna Containjng.i ip acres, lying on the
with a hot dye, which I will warrant Glover his guardian, Polly Piodor East fork of Hickman Creek, where
John.Prodor and Chas. Prodor, by James Hawkins now lives. ,rL'he
to itand, or return the money, and on
1000 acres Military land, on the wa
an ab Vnce of neafly twelve
ters of RufTell's creek, Green river.
months from h.s old (Un in
ezekiah Prodor their sruardian, sale to commence at 1 2 o'clock, on
325 acres, Jcflenou county, Kentuc- as reasonable uerms as any dyer in
sort, near the Terry and Ware-liouC- -,
his friends and the public ky, about sour miles froni Louisville, 40 Lexington.
the aoth day ofOclober next, on the
I will dye wool a deep
acres of this trad is cleared.
ihlt hfthas refumcu his old place of
prtmifes. Bond with spprqvedfe- blue at is. 6d. per pound.
acres, Fra nklin county, Kenicnaru 1 ayior executor, ana aaran
mriiy, pnyaoie to jonn i rice,
Beard, Robert Campbell, James
tucky, on the North fork of Elkhorn,
for Samuel Hawkins, will be requVy
At the, fien of the Golden Boot &
Charles Simms, Richard TayYhtre those that may please to call on about six milles from Frankfort f on thi
Shoe, in the old court-houslor, W lliam Elliott, and Philip Ross, icu ui puii.iiaiers.
him. mav relv on nieetinpr with every
Uez. Harrison. T
corner of Main & Cross-streetwell improved Lot ii
and Charles Megowan and Elizabeth
A House and
attention, both as to theinfelves and
his wise, late Elizabeth Beard, Joseph
the town of Paris, on Main flreet, ant)
horses, that this counny
September 13th, 1803.
Beard, Robt. Tohn Bcaid, and Wil
Private parties may have roomi undif-turbe- d adjoining Mr. Hughes's tavern.
Asa 1 bsmp'san.
N. B. Is you want to have your
liam Beard, heirs and devisees of
An Inn and (Jut Lot in laid town.
with the buflle of a Tavern ; and
Sept. 29 1804.
Also a House and well improved Lot cotton coloured-ireeiroipots, tye Jrhfl Camnbell, dec. def'ts.
gentlemen disposed to have private
your cuts loose.
boarding, can be accommodated to their in this place.
THE PIT ! SBURRH
defendant' James Millifan, Charles
1 he above defenbe d property will be
William Ell ott, Philip Ross U.
sold low for
Frankfort, Feb. M, 1804.
having fai'd toentertieir
co, or on giving bond with good fecuri-ty- ,
L those indebted to the late aDtiFarance Beaid, agrceabla to law, and the
HAVING been in fuccefstul operstr:
a confidcrable credit may he hd
& Lauman, rules of this Court, and it appearing to the
firms of Scitz
STATE OF KENTUCKY.
For further particulars enquire of An Jon A. Seiz, Seitz 11 Johnflon fati'faflion of the Court, that they are not on for some time pxft ; tha proprietors
fMpntgomcry circttit,Jiy term 1804 drew F. Price, attorney in t.icj ipr (01
On the are induced to inform their former
CJrChfirtian Keener, complainant,
John A. Sciw & Co. John Jordan inhahitants the this Commonwealth. counsel,
and others, that they kae now
complainants bv their
to the fubferiber.)
& Ca. and motion
Jun. John Jordan Jun.
Againtt i t is ordered that the said defendants do appear
JOHN JORDAN Jun John St William Jordan, are request-e- d hereon the third day of our next March Court, on hand a large ailortment of WIN
GLASS and HOLLOW
and tuat a
to come forward immediately, and answer the complainants bill,the Kentnckv WARE of a superior quality to any hinvDupuy, hei.ry Payn, Henry
copy of his order be inftrted in
and pay off their tefpcclive accounts
roune. lohn rowltr, aines Orav
according therto manufadurod in
TAKEN tin by Damrl Wools, on to Avnp.nw F. Phice, who is here- Haiette or Independent Gaitttcar
and thatthey hava determined to reduce
Basil Holmis di
road leading from Mount Sterling
tbe prices this season as follows;
by duly author'i7ed to receive tin.
toijtS: Slate Fnrnse, nnr
TIOs, BO n LET. C. T. C, C.
fanit. Those .who do not avail
BAT MAKE-7 by 9 at 11 dollars a box.
Henry Yoiire, tamt-- urv 6! ichn IJupu , noM.
theinfelves of this ifotic-j- , ma rest 'iCj- NOTICE TO DEB10RS.
fo'ir years old, aboui th'recn ind
hTv'ngeiiter d tl'iir ap; ararce herein ijreudo
.illttred that fui's will be instituted
yiTrlf-iiaudhigh, no brand ptrreivns
able to law ind the ru'e'! ot this Com rand
10 by 12"
LL those indebted to the fubrcriher, are
ag,iinll them without tufcrimiuation.
to t'le fatl fution of the Court, jble her lest "hind soot white ; appraised
it ?ppe'-inreouefled to make payment by the firrt
and larger sizes in proportion.
John-JordaJun. of November, to JONATHAN HOLMES,that they are notinhahients ot this omtnon-wealt- to P- HOLLOW WARE,
of the complainant
or (jive their notes. Those who do not enmLexhigtei, Sept- 4, 1804.
Gallon bottles 400 cents a dozen.
bv h'j councl, it is ordeied that the fa'd de
pW, may expect compullory meaiures to De
Half Gal. do 540 :
WHER FAS 1 purihjilcd a tiaft of taken.
fendantsdo appear here on the third diy of our Atiguft 6th, loOl.
nextOOob-- r term and answer t.'e complain
do 160 :
Bciiurl Moore, on the 16th of
George l egarden.
HAY MARE, taken up h)
auts bill, that a copy of this order beinferttd
do 120 .
pry last, as i ' 's I now recolle&, and Augnl 7, i8o4- in one of the pnb'ic papers of this slate for PifU Teeter, living one mile bclo.v
Porter & Claret da 133 5
iiaTWV bond therefor, for the fuai ot
I WI5H TO SELL MY
thr'the mouu; of Paint Lick, on
April 27th, 1804.
Ninety Dollars payable in Match nfu-- j
a- Kentucky river, Garrard couptv,
jiitr ; and a hrreas the laid trait is in dil- 21. Harrison. C. M. C.
buiit 5 years old, 14 hands and a half
pute, by wmen 1 nav ionic reaions-iN this place the price will be modente, WILL BE PUBLISHED
iDrs. BROWN 6? WARFIELD, high, with a dent in the lest side of believe I may lpfe tha said trad upon
and the oavmciits unite easy to the purcha
her head, from which proceeds a an ultnmre aeciuou luciciure, t fr, on be'uic fa'isfiAotaly secured, and the
"T EG leave to inform the public that the
running sore, some white on her lest forewarn all and every pet sans whatever tirtereft punctuallv paid.
WILL. AlUK 1 JiN
hind soot, with a liar in her sot rhead, from taking an aflignment 01 the laid
MEDICINE &? SURGERY,
etinctorr, 4th- - utte, l8c4.
In partncrlhip, in the townol Lexington and, and branded on the near 'loircer bond, as I afa refoNcd not to pay it un
v For the year
of our Lord
r- the vic.mtv.
my pyre hale.
thus, HS ; appraifcd to 50 dollars, til I ar better secured in
Dr Brown rcqiietts tim'p wh a'e irdebted'
700 acres Military Land, lying on
Brush creek, N. W. T. where the road
crofles from Limeftonc to Chillicothe ;
this trac contains about three hundred
acres of rich bottom, the remainder is
well timbered; has on it a good mill
seat, and is an excellent stand for a public house.
500 acre ditto ditto, lyintf on Clover
Lick creek, a branch of the East fork of April 17, 1804.
the Little Miami, Is. V. T. in a good
ALEx. PARKER & Co.
neighborhood, about three miles from
Dunhams-- L own, leven irom Williams HAVE jult received from' Fhfladel
phia, in addition to their former
burg, and elevn to twelve from the O- aTOlrtment,
1000 acres ditto ditto, lying on Brush j Boolamuflin, plainind figured cam- creek, a sew miles from New Market,
Chintzes and calicoes, afforted,
5000 acres, lying on Bank Lick creek, Bine hair plush, & brown Hollands
Kentucky, part of two trafti, contain- Conuitutnn and fancy cords,
ing 6000 acres, surveyed and patented Extra long lilk gloves, afforted,
for William Jones.
Morocco slippers, afforted,
They keep a constant supply of bar
4000 acres, Clarke county, Kentucky, Loaf sugar, coffee and fresh teas,
(hcet iron of the
rdn. fleel. eaftinxs and
part of a tiaft of eight tlioufand acres, Copper in sheets & still
Lest qualities, afforted, and Dry Mann's,
surveyed and patented for Richard Chin
Which they will sell on the most mohck ialt.
Millers can be iupplied with boulting
3332 3 acres, Mason county, Ken derate terms, for Cash.
different nunibei-,- .
sloths of the
Lexington, July 14, 1804.
tucky, part of 5000 acres, surveyed and
Lexington, April 7th, 1804.
patented for George Underwood.
RED, GREEN, YELLOW
1200 acres, Malon county, Kentucky.
sc BROWN DYING.
lurveycd' and patented,-fo- r
BY DANIEL BRADFORD, LEXINGTON.
TERM'S OF THE GAZETTE. FOR
or gw i.ofas fsr the amount.
Lex'.ugton, 3itK Sept. 1304
Fpr Sate at this Office.
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