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avou 1 ipiqA no QSJV1 J
HE Partnership of Mejitelle &
iwning, or F. Downing k. Co. h thislav
HE fubferiber till continues his
opposite mr. Pope's office, ivhere he has
ddition to his other business, set up the
SJOLEN nrftrayed liom the pallure
Tthe fubferiber in Millerlburg a se
days ago, Soirel Mare', lour years old,
sc large white blaze on her face, retrurk-abl- e
large feet, not (hod, and a nev,
rand on the lest ,shoulder M. Whoso- 'ever will bring her to the fubfciiber, or
give hiin the means to have her again.
vill be generously rewarded, by
March 24, 1805
BE SOLD, on Tuesday, the
th of April, at the house of Samuel
BeeUr sour miles tiom Lexington, on
the road leadintr to uen. Henrv's mill.
the following articles':
Cows and Calves, Young Cattle--, Hogs,
Sheep, tvo excellent Stills and Vtlfch,
Bedding, "and (undry othtr hootehold
'l'veKe mouthb crtdit
be given ; binid a.ij i(pioved lecuru
due atttiiCui.Cf; wil
v. til be lequirtu
.e paid by
ding and other accommodations will V well boutlit, and vvhieh assa-- are as
ran nn,l.t,ii 1..
to any in the sold as low as any ever brought to the state.
Western Country. His Stable is They will receive in pa) ment cash, tobacco,
well supplied with Hay, Oats, and hemp or hog's lard in hand; but from the
Corn, and his Oftler particularlyat-tentive- , collecting for their hst thtyhave met vi ith in
ear's sales, they are
and careful. Thofetwho dtta mined to credit r.one.
so obliging as to call on him ma)
26th November, 1805.
reil allured that they fijrtll receive
Im tjfje Pi ess, and will shoitly be
the greatest attention, and every ex
n. collection oj the
ertion will be made to make their
situation agreeable. Private parAWS OF KENTUCKY,
ties may be accommodated with a comprising all those of a general nature, pass- room unthlturbed by the bustle of a
those pr.ntcd in my former collection, will form
fust Received by
WILKINS 6? TANtfflHILL,
And daw opening in the atoie
cup'.ed by mr. John Jordan, rear theeoait
house, and for sale by the packatre. vi?
uul3- " prooi
body of all the general Laws in
ioree 111 tins state.
Lexington, FcLiuary 12, 1806.
T UKE USHER,
' from Bsltimore, in
l5 forms the publick, that he has
CLEAN FLAX SEED
Dry Goods, Groceries? Iron Monkery,
Cutlery, Saddlery, China, Queens'
and Glass Ware, Stationery, Paints
and MedicArte, warranted Boultmg
Cloths, from No. 4 to 7 ; and in addition, they have a large quantity 01
bed quality of Iron, cut and wrought
Nails, 8c a quantity of Man's Lick
Allot which wcie p'urchafed at the lowed
Lexington, March 8, 1806.
case containing Nutmegs, Clare!,
Mace and Cinnamon,
10 boxes Young Hv son, ? ,,
$T-A10 do Hv son Skin,
35 bbls. Cofiee and Loaf SugVf
Raisons in kegs.
The above articles will be disposed of at 9
moderate advance, by thebantlofpackcge, iii"
Cash or Negotiable Notea tiiDiivs.
A supply of GIlOCERICi, Etc? will be regularly received from Philadelphia, winch wilt
enable us to furnish store keepers, or others,
upon the lowest terms.
A NEW STORE.
HAVE have just received from
Philadelphia, arid are now openingin the home
lately occupied by mr. E. Craig, a Urge unel
general assoitment of
50 boxes Segai,
I C E.
removedhis Factory to LeVinjr
len' at tne S1n 0l Ule Umbrel- - FHjOSE indebted to Maccoun
and Tilfoid. are rccuestedtn rail nmlmvl
la, next doorto Travellers' Hall,.
where he will keep a constant uieir respective accounts on or before the first
ia ot Marclinest.
All those thatfailto com
pry, must expect their accounts put into the
Umbrellas &. Parasols,
uaiHis 01 proper othcers-io- r
col ection. vv tliout
finished in the neatest mariner
traders may be supplied with Umbrclhsst uisciimuiauon.
Lexington, January 2, 1806.
this Factory on more advantageous terms than
uy miporuntr inem,
He lias al) an assortment
ME D1C FN E.
Maia Cross Street, Lexington, opposite Mr,
vVlnch he vyilfVell vei-- Jow and on which c.
Bain's new Brick House
credit will be ghcS-Ui- tf
226 lb. SaTGIaubef SSlb. Sena Met.
OEPERS his services to his friends
Ciem. Tart-yPulv. Rhai
jnifthe publick flattershimfelf that from his
Sal Nitie oura long experience in the ptincipal cities of En
4 Cantharidc-- rope, and being lately from Philadelphia, will
Rad RJfai opt.
24 JW Pulv. Cort. Pe-- enable him to cive ceneral fatisfaciion. He
X ruv. opt. presume's thata 'fpecimenof his abilities will
28 SiV.Gljcuihi? loiEceforany thing more he might say. La
GuArabic dies' habits and gieat coats made in the first
6 lt-jE'di- cr
N. B, One or two apprentices, well recom
mended, wanted immediately.
LEAVY & GA
Have u!t imported from Philadelohi and
Haltimore, and are now opening at their
those indebted to the fubferi
wore, m Lexington,
A Large, Elegant, and Well Chosen berfcy bond, note, or book account, will
please make payment to mr. Jos. Gray,
who is authariied to receive and receipt
tor tliem, during" my ablence.
Lexington, April 29
oIed bymutim consent; tho3e indebted
are requested to call and settle their accounts,
and those having demands acrainst the firm v. Al
present them for settlement.
mill in Lexington
vicinity, are YelpecUuIIy
still continues, and that
that said school
may be had at said mill.
scholars will be admiffible all the yeai
Feb. a6th i3jfi.
The school is kept in ths private
house built by Wm. Dailey, 'and lately
occupied by Mr. Porter Clay.'
ESPECTFULI.Y informs his friends and
the.publick, that he has opened a
The third quarter will begin Saturday the 22d inft, Days of school on
vuse of Entertainment r
Wednelday and Saturday afternoon, in that lai sre and commodious brick house lttdy
occupied by Mr. John Instone, ic Frankfort j
nheiehe 13 supplied wiui the best 01 liquors
fC7 Terms same as beTore.
and provisions of cvciy kind. His stable is
March 11, 1306.
General Assortment of
oj be furnilhed equal
HAS removed his fliop to a final! red
houft, on Main street,the Tecond door above
mr. Laudeman's where he purposes carrying
on his biifinefs as vfual. Those gentlemen
who may please to savour him with their cuf
torn, may depend on having their work done
Merchandise 8c Stationary,
N. K. He wilhes to sell a LOT of
which will be sold at the most reduced prices
GROUND, lying on Mill ftraet, adjoining Col.
ljart's It is at present undergonri encloi'uie,
ana 2 brick liouie on it, that wiUmikc an ex.
Lexington, March 3, 1806,
THE inhabitants of Lexington
'cqaJEjr ner. He "is well provided with a
variety of the bell liquors his Bed-
E sub'criber has iust received from
Philadelphia, and now. opening at the
store lately occjrpied by the above firm, on
Main street, oppoitc the market house, an ex
tensive additional supply ot
Lexington, March 6th, 1806.
Lexington, January 31st, 1806.
ot Mac- - where he will be ableuoair Mae.iiig,of every
to furnish Chairs
day dissolv ed by description and color, painted, japanned
and Tilford, is this
gilt, which has never yet been done in this
to call and settle their accounts with James country.
Maccoun, and thdse having demands against
Oie firm, will present them to him for settle- -
John Tilford Jim.
not dioieiaitt county.
Sept. 3rd, 1805.
B K 41. Y E R
acrjs to suit ;hepurchafcrs.
For Sale fof C:wh.
apply to Docl. Jrtine, Wellli, of the
town of Dayton, 01 John Bradford of
QTOR JOSEPH HOSWELL.'i Slartjli IS'h, 18C6.
Lexington, who aie legally authorifed
Ifto removed to ins farm,
Supply fd you all can lie,
to dispose of ths said land- - the title is nnrweast of I.cxineton.
neir hc Rev. A
However great is the demand,
Dudfv's; w here he will Dmctlre M!;rine in
Tllr Ulmr .vniciron t now livc-- j
My friends come onto me.
all its different branches
ile I.35 nn baud . in Scott County, within one m.Ir .11 x
larg-quintity of Genuine Mnlicinc, which he halt of Georgetown,
I will dig welb you alljnay know,
on the ni.nwill sell by w hob sale or-- i ctail.
RESPECTFULLY informs his
trood water I can iincl, .
He also otters for sale, two hundred and six. o L.eximrton, containiii! 100 atir-- , ,,t
friends and the public!: in general, ty eight
In spite of patent laV3 I'll Show,
land, about XO arrcs
acies of it rate
For naught I will be kind.
that he continues to keep a house of
inveiiiiiy uuiiie, two llt'rics, 23 bv.0
near Hornbeck's ni',11 Clarke count), a part of teet, a large barn, Sec. for which I ,!!
In all tli&branches of my trade
in that commodious frame houTe, on v."i nauiawei
So punctual I will be,
lie will takv takecalh or negroes Any
Main Street,' opposite the Court Cash orYountr Negroes for it
It nei er stall by one be said,
ned to purchnlV, may meet'v.nh a bartto
rayettccounty, lath Feb. 1806.
John Shaw has cheated me,
gain, and lailds adjoining for f,.lt, which
at the sign of
would much improve the ti a Jl
John R. Shaw.
of the fubferiber, on the prcnulV-r- .
urt.it 1 Jtii 1 .
wrtre he is nrencred toaccommn.
flint rock, as
N. B. I sljsll refuse to work-i' date Travellers, and others who may tff&i just imported and are now oprnmr, a March
hnvebecn tlu'ee times blown up
please to call on him, in the bed man
Cabinet-anHA"S lately removed his Shop to
nis new brick house, which he has
built for the purpose, on Bank Alley immediately back of the Bank,
and fronting the' house lately occupied by Mr. 'Jr-- Jones, and now
by Mr. Pew .ind where he has ori
hand a ftockof stuff, equal to any in
this State. FlJRNI I'URE or the
newest and mod: elegant "faihiohs,
may be had on the lhorteft notice,
executed in as neat a manner as any
where in the United States. He
flatters himl'elf, that fiom the nrany
sources of information wTiichhe has
had in his line of business ; the Tegular correfpondsnee which hehas
kept with all the principal Cabinet
Makers both in Philadelphia and
New-Yorthat he will be able to
Lexington, Dec. 7, TS05.
Me working at my trade,
At raising stones to suit your mind,
digging with my ipade.
in his'lme of business.
moie than a mile and a half trom the
; town ; it will be'laid off in
In Lexington my friends may find
tr.icls of 20C
traSt of LAND for sale
Ali ronier LO , oppuftte th- - pub.
ING- of 600 acres in the
lie Iqu.ie, hontin ; uiu
VfT.T. rnntinue to
f" YlNG in the county of Hcnderfon.
uiehc-ipro'feflion of counsel and attorney at law, in Pi.w-j niiib ut 'w'l.i'j u.iidw; d on tlit- Min
TT .1 1,
..!.!.. I).. mi 111c
vaters 01!' nufiiiauu two OU and bniit 100 bic!
inn 15 or the fitfl tniali and
those ciicuit courts inwhich he lias heretofore mi itiver : ti
;cre each, nn
Trade. Water. I will sell the above
practifed, and in the court of appeals, ami '.y, well timDeied, a
Vur turtlr n.rurnl.i
laud verylovv for ca Ui, 'horses. bc-f- , urols Kr ft.
court of the United States, for the Ksntuiky linall water cotrle calledifWolf
ci.iiuiie of William Morton efq.
ihat makes through the jvjfoleo&rttfrif pork Uhifeey or flour. Any per Ion
wiftiirigtoujiTliafe, will please auuly to
Walker Etn lor.
returns "lik rand-i- s directly oppolTte ttle town of me, living near RobirJfonSr Lict, in till WariJli 17, IflOG. '
HP HE subscriber' for
D.iytou; the molt remote corner
V COMMISSION. ment he has receded
informs the public, that he has lately
opened a house of ENTERTAINMENT..in
11 ;.Qtniiel at the siern of the
snirAHK sc COMPASS. The house is com-- '
modiolus, the stable ctfensive, and both are
tiling necessary for the
accommodation of travellc-- and others, w.ip
may think proper to savor him with a pall. He
i provided vv ith a large and convenient
HOUSE, for the reception of goods, equal, is
not superior to any in the place. He will also
m,v. sai.RS ntvin COMMISSION, for
those who miv have any tiling to transact in
that way, which wiU be done, together with the
charges for storage, upon the most reduced
ternw. He flatters himself, that from the experience he h.is had in mercantile transactions,
attention to business, anu a utsue- iu
o merit a part of the public patronage.
iTGeo. M, Bibb,
w.rrv. .,.--at Three Dolhrs and a half per annum,
BY DANIEL BRADFORD, LEXINGTON.
TERMS OF THE GAZETTE,
- yww u
BOOKS 6? STATIONART.
which they wiUsell for Cash, at tire mo t
(Jj Hiey Iiavc on hand an assortment of
importel BAR. IRON.
HAS removed hU Store to the Cone
houle, opposite Samuel &
Ti, - C
cupifdby McfiVoHaii Jc 7
liartlett ; and has uilt icreivtd. in : , --f
dition to his former aflfomneui.,
Knisnu, takes this method elegant supply of
of informing the public, that (lie has commen
ced the Blue Dying business, next door below which will be sold chfnp for Cnfl-- .
Mr. Hufton, the saddler, where flic will dye
erviopton, JVLnrl, .;, lno6.
."..u.i, ym, ww u'.nu, UI ilMJf XinU Ol
liome made cloth, which Ihe will warrant to
1' O U N. D,
ON Siiturday evening, an old A
Cadi prices, --.nd will enable them to sell them, 1m is color, as flie dyes with hot dye.
will de the above articles as chaap ai.
either by whole sale or retail, very lOvV I01 they
th c 1
can be done any where in Lexington, talliioned bLLVER.WAJ CH
well furnished with forage, and an attentive
owner can have it by appMng tfir
.uiu receive proemce in payment.
ler. From the arrauecinuits made to accomFebruary 5, 1836.
JNlr. S. Ayres.
modate his visitants." tnd the attention that w ill
March 24, 1S06? PyVr""
be paid'them, he flatters himself he will shai,
FOR SALE -- On long Credit,
in- THE liulcriber refpecVuIly
Uie publick lav our.
two story B n 1 c k House.
rms the nubbcl;, that he Ins Jatolvooened a
October 24, 100 J
Lot of Giound, on tne Limeftont
Boot & Shoe AL'ker,
in that large, commodious buildinp, on Main soil, atJjie e(,(.e of town.
lireet, latelv ot ciipied lv the hank, and near
the ladies and gentlemen of Lex- Lexington, occupied by Georne Adarrn inn
ly opposite the Com t heme, in the town of Lex
Ln GitAND'3 NOTE,
a- ington, that he cari-jton
iext door to George Norton, and the Ground
ington , tvncre lieispieparcdtoaccommndate
Payable to, Iz tudorfed by James M'Coun, dai tioyc busmt in all its the
travelers, rind others who nny be lii ubllcinn u'jaiii.ng John Adams jun. A good House
ted, Lesinptotf, februa'y, 4tb, 1806, at fittv ?s to call on tin, in the heft manner. He
branches. lie lias on
wenen, a waggon and 1
of Five Horses,
days date, lor looo dollars, payable and nego. rondantly fupphed with the moll
assortment ofl dies Kid
penuine h weil equiptfor the load, two Brood Mares,
at the office of the Kentucky InTurance quorsof difterent kinds; his bedding
& Morocco bluinvi-srwr.L1' i
lsexten .nd six Colts, two years old and yearlings!
Conipin). The public aie c'iutionpd from five, and attended towitltcare
jdain, equal to any imputed,
he nbove property is to he (bid on a lone.
takin'gii,aspamcnt has bten llbppsd.
sue of liu ilabTe, he is in hopes to icrder
wliiclihc will sell at the lowest
credit, the purchafcr giving bond wifhappro- The finder will confer a savor on the fub- as commodious as any in the date; and ashir
likewise a hai.cVome ftsscitniert of
'tu iteuiuj, uy jne,
bv leaving it at the (tore of John and will always keep on hand
a larce quantity o
GEORGE ADAMS Sen. clnldiens' K.d, Moiocco, andCrlt Sk Shoes.
hay, oats, and corn, together with aeood oft
He has icnt to Philadelphia for in rdejucnJ
rDec. 17th, 1805.
A. Le Grand.
supply of leather of the first qiahtj, and
jet, jib ji.titcr5 mmjeii, tnai ne win oe etiablctl
Lcxirgton, 6th' Feb.
to accommodate his v uitants in evtry nnnner
receiving a constant supjdv cen pr.i'g
tliatiuav luit tneir convenience.
sale at aftd f.dl Gentlcmens' Cosbucks and B..ck
E Jl O V A L.
strap Boots made; of imported Leathe
black grain and calf skin Shocf Moioeco
n At n.
ii. lV. WWlJV.r,
Pumps made in the newest Lsh.on anil .u
manner Boot Leg., and Miens in to t .ittern
fJf-fi-remote d his btofe to the
Tor s le
v .'h anv
Merchants i)i.tv be s ;.!
a CviiiHi v. hue luHi'i ', upp j.te ?!.. Lc.i
Doctrines of the Strictures
of tlic aoove crtieles, nc,'' as ehe
as ui the
v't,, viln-n- . liL lub ia i ' i.u )int o; encd, 3
ufPbysii ami Surgery,
ill uitic it.lcs.
.lw i d Uii" :.ioi i.. "it :' c'h it
and its vicui
He keep'' Irs
AC UK ST
O U D .?,
lately occuiej by botlari
F R Hi S H
N- B. Ladies' Fancy Silk and Suun.
Tbe Reply of Mr. Stone.
huh he o'ILt. to Ins ft lent'u) aivd tlk public at Bu j d Var.M
'f t'i"T o,,n paltein to mccuic. 'OriU s.fuiu-V- i
Vila P C.
''..sc. kill- . i'.i'I1'