rW'WrWkY I1 11
AND GENERAL ADVERTISER',
TjtilMS OF THE GAZETTE.
WILL continue to exerciie his
prr annum. profefiion of cminft'I inanil attorney at law,
at Three Dolhrs and a half
those ciicuU courts
which he liasheretofoit
of appeals, am'
pnJ in a.lvance, orFour Dollars at the praclifed, anil in the court for the Kentucky
court of th United atates
end of the year.
Thofc who write to the Editor, mud
siioscnDcr returns nis
pay the foliage of their letters.
thi. to hi3 friends
.- 1- nolilirk. that be has later--.
, IT,,C.N7P :
al.o.isi- ot fc.N li.K.1
U1C 3'ti'l "
".'S&toxiv ASS. The ami boUcom
tract of LAflU for sale
aTNS ISTINGof 600 acres in the
i'fOh'0, fitiutrd on the
m Hiver ; the l.md is of the fiill quali-'-well rinibcrftl.'sV large bottom, on a
1'inall water couifealled Wolf creek,
.hat makes tin oiighVfie whole of it ; the
SATURDAY, APRIL xa, 1806.
r fu 17
ii in luc counrv or rtnuerlnn.
cl.uflyon the waters of Highland
and Trade Water. I will iVll the ahnwe
land very low for calli, horses. berf,
poiic winiKry or Hour.
wilhingtopurchafe, will please apply to
me, living near Kobertlon' Lick, in the
ha id su'totk
ttu:i, equji iu juv i'
Sine. FlfKNU'UREof t,he ICJI
'' hal 01 thi lluirtflt Mottoe
et cl t j1 in ai neit Jeil i"
i'l the Uiu
rs hi nlelf, tha-- fom the many
f,urcis f hifur.nati ti which he has
hai in, bis hue of uufinc-f- ; the
coil fpinJsncc which he.has
ksot with ''Uhe principal Cabinet
Iaktrs both in Philadelphia anil
N.Yotk tlrt he will be able to
give ge neral latiitaCUon.
L'xington, Die. 7 1S05.
U JIB RELL A
Co :a I,Iq .T.c
are requested to call and settle their acco'irU,
and those Imping demands agaiiut the fir.n trill
present them for settlement;
fubferiber ft i 11 continues hir
AfW rtnrv.iw.l.'. .Tit". "Prm,i rtfTi
j u...., n I.i.i.a lie !.
'F. Downing y'un.i
Leiington, March tHh, 1805.
UMtimore, and arc now opening at their
cOiai and Til ford, isth's iby dissoh til by
(lore, hi Lexington,
mut .1 cvisent, those indebted, .11 ereqi teste,
'1 Large, Elegant qnd Well Cbosen
to e..'il and settle thi-i- r accounts- Vitli Jame
M'CCOiin, awl those hiving de.nai-l- s agaiilit
t'le linn, w.U piesent them to him ior settle
HAS removejl htsjligp tn a fraaUred
house, on Main fjrec, tlic feennd dor above
Dry Goods, Groceiief, Iron 'MoiTgery.
Tilor Jun. mr. uaudeman s ; where he purposes cairymi' Cutlery, Saddlery,.
on his business as usual. Thofj gentlemei
Lexington, January Jlat ,806ami Glass Ware, Stationer
w'ho may oleafi; toi'av'ourhim'with their cof
torn, ma depend on hiving their woik done
and Medicine, warranted Coulrinp
K s'.bscnbtr has lust received .mm
in the belt manner.
Cloths, from No. 4 to 7 ;'and in adI
P:i,l..dilplna, and now opcti'rg at me
N. 11. He wilhes to
a' LOT d
dition, thry have a hrge quantity ol
lying on Mill lUeei, adjoining Col.
belt quality of Iron, cut and wrought
strrt, opposite the muktt house, an ex GROUND, is at present under gooj enclosure,
tnishc idd.tional surply of
and a buck house on it, that willnvke an ex . Nails, & a quantity of Man's Lick
Mevchmrlife 2c Stxit6narr,
Ail ol which were'ourclnfeil nt the lnweft
which will be sold at the most, reduced prices
N FLAX., SE K D
Cam prices, and will enable them to fclUhepn
the oil inj'l ill Lexington Also, ehber by whole Tali; or retail, very low for
may be had at faiil mill.
T "U1. 1'r"01. y' o'!'c
Madeira L. P.
n0ot b? Shoe Mcker.i
dies and ifiTitlemen of Le
on uie j.
ripfton, tnrt lie can-ie- s
hove b ,sims in ul its varous
h1 s old stand, Main
bi pclie ?, at
Cross street, onedoorfiTlin M.iin
str-tHe his on hand an ele.
gant yssiPtment of billies vKid &
Morocco Slippers, spapgled and
pU, l, c I d to anv imuortftl, which he Mill
si.1 at trie i vii iir-rf me assortment of chldrcns K.d, Morocco,
Feb. 26th .lSci.
a gle nr.
HE fuhforiber refpeclfully
nubbek, tlint he-ha- s
n 4 of Entertainment,
irmsTlie publick, thathe has latolyoncncd
HOUSE OF KNTKRiWINMENT.
0 that large, commoHious building, on Main
llreer, lately occupied by the Bank, anJ i.rir
ly oppodti the Com t house. in the town of Cexington, wliere heijpreparedtoaecWimo'date
travelK'rSi and others who may be so obliginu
as tocall on him, in the belt manner. He
conflantly fuppbed with the mod genuine li
nuors of different kii.di; his bedding Is exten
five, and attended toimhcare
and from the
size of his table, he it in hopes to render it
as commodious as any in the slate ; and as be
will always keep on hand .1 large quantity pi
hay, oats, and corn, together witn 1 gooJ
he flatters himself, that he will be enabled
to accommodate his visitants in every manner
thatinav fgit their convenience.
in that large and commodious brick ho.isc lataly
occnnied bv Mr John 'Instonc, in Frankiort ,
where he 'u supplied witli the beat of liquors
uvl proision3 of every kind, liis stabla is
vell famished with forage, uudi'.n attentive oit-'eFrom the arrsnrciT.enU made to accom
anlCilfSkn hes Heh.issmtlo I'hiUdcl miid.fe his visitints, and tile attention that wG
supp'y of leatlit-- of uY Jie paid thorn, he fiattcra himself he Mill share
cl,;a for an add
a constant the publics; laior.rv
fin.fi!,tv and intends
nr,K e -- r srr t,2-- ail fjll.
F.ankfort, October 21, 180J.,
ofi-!eCi.sicki a'id i3icks'r.ip Boots midunftlu
!ot import ,1 L"ati"T
s utintrt ot r'ne Hmk grain and c:,lf skir
ml G ntl.-n- i .iv' Mmitco I'i mp
m de in the ne est faih on n.J neatc.t U.ste
Payable to, lc uiilnrfed by James M'Coun, da
ShTs c t to
L?Xini;ton, Feb'ua'y, 4th, iKc6, at sits Lexington, April 20, 180$.
,. 'u. srt kV n mm ' e saopl'ed with
tor 1000 dollars, payable and'nejo
m tjie at daysilite, oliice ot tne Kentucky iniurancf
c'.;i, nearly as c!icp as
t'ie Ji vitiahle it the
1 nt c
'".omp nv. The public aie cautioned from
11, as payment has been slopped.
Pbysic and Siirpcry,- Tin-- v ? Ik .nid ?"'in, uidi
N B La-'.;"I he hncler will comer a lavpr on too mo
Lexing'on, and itj vicinity. He bre? his
o' r: o ". nirter'i to meiSMie. O'ders unc criher, by leai mg it at the dure of John am
(hop in the house lately occupied by Doctors
to ard reit'v eMoutid.
u aUe-deWilliam Jordan.
Brown and Warfield.
A.. J.e uraii'J.
Lexington, Feb. 19, 1806.
la;xin;ton, 6tli Feb. 180.
From mv farm, a sew dys fmte,
A SORRLL PI ARC,
about fourteen hards an-- l a half high, nr
fl,.- ill a o tie rr d to Mason Count'
15 "i up, Jid mfLrui; in'
fhecn 'i nl, or aihtcrs her to me, fliall
tVE. W. CRAIG,
T AS removed his store to
A supply of GROCERIES,
Uc. 'dl be
received from Philadelphia,
enable u, to funtish store keepei ,, which
h ch lie o'ic j to In fi 'fii'ii ami ii? pubhs at
'.e m st L' .11 .J'.i' redutet'pii' cc
m. THOMAS &
rQR SALE -- On long Credit,
ifeemngton, occupied by George Adams inn.
next door to George Norton, and the Ground
adjoining jonn noarns jun. A good House
Wench, a Waggon and Team of Five Horses.
well equipt for the road, two Brood Mares,
anu nx i.oits, two years old and yearlings.
I he above property is to be sold on, a, lone
credit, the purchaser giving bond with appro.
which will be sold cheap for Cafb.
Lexington, March 5, 180(5.
ON Satu rl5,yn evening,
fafliionetl SILVER WATCIIth'7
ownpr rnn ..,.
-- .. Iiitt
uy nnn vino-
Dec. 117th, 7Sjy.
20 DOLLARS REWARD.
RAN away on Chriumas last, a
Woman rtamed LETTY, belonging
Published, and for ale at
GEORGE ADAMS Sen.
i. comer white k ms'-- opposite Mr. Lei
where he has reccrudu.nl just npcncu,
tw s id Urt! assoitmcnt ol il,oi e
A NEW STORE.
10 do HySon Skin,
35 bbls. Coffee anil Loaf
liaisons in kegs.
The aboie articles trill be disnoswl
f .. .
moderate advance, by UiebaneW.rpaciaee
Cash or Negotiable Notes at 60
10 boxes Voung
to the fubferiber, she is about 20 years
of ace, of a common ffatnrr r.r- - ...
erect, fond of trong drink, and when
intoxicated very insolent Her cloath-in- g
'Doctrines of the Strictures
confined of two cr three white muf-li- n
drefTes, one of fancy chintz. faln,o
coloured linfev petticoat. s.V,;f- The Reply of Mr. Stoi,ie.
Rocrfings and good (hoes, with r.,ir,r
lother cloathing of good quality: I
By John P. Cam'pbjti.
Cluke county fc0.
..cc uiis urgro ras narUourecf for foinc
' JF ten up by William Wills, on Lit- - . Taen
Oafper Shrout.onSlate Creek,
and nc;r thispfacc, and ifremo-vetime in
neat the Iioa Works, one
no doubt is fumifhed with a pass
RED ROAN MARE,
to Clarke county, Baudftown or Dani.uir teen hand, one inch high, 10 or 11 ifprtll blaie in her face, three yearl old pjft
three white seer, natural trotter, abour t ville.
'c-- v old, hrr near eye out : appraised
hands high; appraised 10 50 dollars. Pofled
I will pay the above reward for
to 3s d dlirs.
negro delivered to
,-D. BuUKk. C. C. C, Mon'tont.'y -- oa; ty, STey. 8th, i3o5.
l.eiinjton, 3d Apt J, 1805.
takes this method which they willsclt so.- Cash,
at die most
Ced the Blue Dying business, next door below
(CT They have on hand an
Mr. Hufton, tte fiddler, Xvhere fbe will dye imported BAH IRON
cotton,' yarn, and thread, or apy kind of
home made clotb, which she will warrant to
(land its color, ii she dyes with hot dye.
1111.1 1C11.1.VCU nis btore to the sir,,,
will 'dye the above articles as cheap ai
they can be. dope any where in Lexinton, 'louie, qppolite bamutl 8c George T10
imd, receive produce in payment.
tusjiately occupied by McfiYs. Hart
T"ebruary 25, i8:6. ' uartiett : ana has lu.t leciv.l ;., ,i
dition to his former aflbrtment, a
50 boxes Sega, a,
1 case coMainim- Nutrr.cgs,
HAVE have inst rprv-i- nA iv !
Philadelphia, and are now opening!-- ,
flattetsbimfelf that from his liktely occupied bvmr.
long experience in the principal cities of Eu general assortment
rope, and being lately from Philadelphia, will
hirp to give general fatislaclion.
prefunies thata fpecim:nof his abilities will
fufErcforiny thing more hemip.ht say. LaDRY GOODS,
dies' habits and great coats made in
N. p. One or two apprentices, welhrecom
mended, wanted immediately.
OFTCRS his services to his friends
Main Cross Street. Lexinirfon'.BnnnCf
., Cain's new Brick House
Havejtir imported from Philadelphia
Just Rcceived by
WILrUNS &P TAN1SJF.HILL,
where he jpiQbeablelo furnisli Chairs of ever)
d.riMrtlon nnd ih1hr. naintp.1. iininnnl inH
gilt, wlnth has never ytt been done in this
LcMngton, February 12, 1806.
March 13, 1806.
hich, in addiUon to
those prmt d m my former collection, will foi m
.1 cmpleat body
of idl the general Laws in
Windsor Lbair Makintr.
irom iiaitnnore, in
formythe pubhek, that lie has
temoveillus rattoryto I.cmg-ton- ,
indebted to Maccoun
at the vgn cf the Umbrcl-1- ,
and Tiirord.arerccitieatnltn rnllatvlmi
next doorto'l'invellei-s- ' Hall,
where he will keep a constant ikiy lespcctiie accounts on or beforc-th-e
of March r.eit. All those thatfailtn comsupply ot
ply, must c.tpect their accounts ptlt into the
Urftbrell.u & Parasols,
hands of proper officers for collection, without
iiiished in thene;.test manner. Merchants and liscrimiliiilion.
raders may be supplied with Umbrellas at
Lexington, January C, 180G.
llus Factory on more advantageous terms than
bj impoi ting them.
st up the
In the 1'ress, and will shortly be Published
meet withaba-gain, and lands adjoining so, rale,
improve the traa -e- nquire
on the premises.
9r,ii, mwcVnher, 1805.
Lexington, April x
Partnerlhip of Mentelle
unT. or Fl
Iv led bv miilnulJownitiremisrnt
fr:ii.-- . iViorton efq,
March 17, lg06.
"scrt aie .is
v, ell bought, and v.
hich Cull and shall bv
soi.i ?s low as an i eftiii'on ght to the
Tlu-will rc-e- i e itSiDMn, cut cash,
henp, .or hog' lai iPHiun
but from thf
aie met ivithin
co'ietUngfor tlitir iSUJKLI 's sales, they arc
detumintd to credit ywieA
UOjSllIXJ'f IUO.IJ pSOJ 3ll UO 'SJIJUIIO)
IVLnkeu, jjjsXe.j ut iaed pun 'noj"s ni land
'his Shop to P'jej siij jiaiiuiq joj aSpnf puv puff
tlAS lately removed
01 irjtw pron. jv.i3ind oj 3v.
his nc.v brick noote, vviulii ik Al-K- lyi iv ui)j3d Aue pjoddnj se '.ukj).5u
un 3( pnovt sjtuiaad aii jo uopduijap
b'liU for the purpose, on Uank
ininedutely bide of the Bank, ijiianj ,u
'pu-- l iaqio jo s.uaj imy
iran tii"r thy houlc lately occu- - aj'iao p'ajvj put: 'pieipau ipcid pin:
Jones, and now side ub i uonG.ininj in ssuuoQl 1
P.-vwhere he has on !piEAdii qjuv 'sajon OSS inoqu iJUIUIEl
Jii-b .M r,
variety of the bell liquors his Bed
ding and other .lccor.unodatidiis will
he fumilhed equ-jto any in the
Wellcrii Country. His Stable is
well lupplied with Hay, Oats, and
Corn, and his Oilier particularlyat-tcntive- ,
and careful. Tliofe who
are 1") obligttr;as to call on him, may
rell alTured that they fiiall receive
the greateil attention, and every e'e
srtion will be-- made to make their
litiiition agreeable. Private rvir- ies may be accommodated with a
room undillutbtdby the bulUe of a
ajtlE aij uioi) 'f put: 'jjuuoi
oqt iuojj ?3iiu !) jnoqE 'n.vi;3 lo.if) 04
Pb- tnc ,a,r'e 53 feet 6
two OUT llOT55
" res cacn, on
ror further partaulan
In all the branches of my trade
So punctual I Will b?,
It never shall by one be said,
John Shaw has cheated ice,
onncKite the town ol
laud is du-Dayton ; tl - mofl remote corner not
nore than a mile and a half from the
GQOlbs. First Ouiilitr
town ; it v, ill be laid oiTin tracts of 200
Sept. 3rd, 1B05.
acres to suit thepnrchafers.
xi. v r. is
Fdr Sale for Cash;
ipply to Dort. James
V1 Hi, of the
town ns Dayton, or John Bradford of DOCTOR JOSEPH ROSWELL,
March TBtJi; 1806.
Lexington, vh are legally authorifed
o removed.to his farm, seven J
to diipolc ot th: laid land- - the trTte is
cast of Lexinrton. nur tl,,. nw a
c's; Vih;reheill nrar.tie- - Mnlirinp In THE FARM whereon r , 1:. .
3 dilfcrunt branches.
quantitvof Genuine MJlA. 1,;m, i, n Scott county, Witl,, o..c rode and a
iiTJonro PT?riT t i intorms 111s ..11.1,1.. wjiuic sale or retail.
iu jui Dy
ncji-fiuiruL"'. ""rgerpwn, on the main load
He also onrs for sale, two hundred" and six-t- ."' Lexington-- containing
friends and the publick in Tjenerul,
loo acres of
eight acres of first rate
.nu, rtuout 00 acres clrare a brick
tliCtTTcontinui-T-. to keen a house of
awclling house, two lories, 23 b
near Hornbeck's mill Claike cour.tv, a part of
eeta arge barn, Sc. for which 4,11
in that commodious frame house, on Col Nathaniel Gist's suncy. He Mill take
Main Street, oppofitc the Court Cash tfo Voting Negroes for it.
those whjrniy have any ramg
Fa ettccounty, 10th Feb. 180G.
w idi the
house, at the sign of
wi" be done, together
the most reduced
is, i.n. Heruuvii ni,iwii,...!iit
John R,- - Shaw.
where he s prepcred to acco rnmo- "- I in mercantile u. m
pc, ice he h u hi
H. II. I shall refuse to uork in flint roclc, a?
umjiu, I havebrcp
an' a uesue u
Jate travellers, and others wh omay Have lust imnortcsl and we nm
nn. ulnn t,i 'innen,
three times blown up
pleale to call on him, in the be ftm3k- o m bit a pa.t of th- - PuWte Pjrtronage.
Large and General Assortment of
SAMl. JANUARYHe is well provided witrMfr
'9081 'C 'Piei1
ME R C
I will dig ivclb yon all may know,
Good water I can find,
In spite of patent lau's I'll show,
For nought I will be kind.
a co rnoa.uonofuavclkvsun.1
savor him with a ca.L He
ruaj 'Junk piopcr to
,, ,v. .v.ded st'i 1 large """ convcuent W A. Rfi
for th- - leception of goodi, equal,
od lime I have always on hand.
Supph 'd xu all can be,
Howei cr t 18 the demand,
My frier.ds come unto me.
for the encourage
mettt he has received in h.s line cf busmesa.
In Lexington my
Mwofking :.t r f. raue.
ising stones to ut vour mind,
iicl digging with my spade.
T.l'.'EZN, STJSAGB V
A valutfD 'lc
THIS npfr'u published twice a week,
BY DANIEL BRADFORD, LEXINGTON.