kentucky gazette (lexington, ky. : 1789). (lexington, ky

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7i ft t 1 T Purftictit to en AS of the Gentnl Af-fem- bly of Kentucky, WILL BE SOLD, On Tuelday the $thday of March next Qt IVoodford court houjt to the highefi bidder, on twelve months credit, about fifty valuable unimproved half acre L O T S N the town of Versailles; Bond and approved security will be required from the purchasers- - Tne balance of the UnJOia LtOts in jam town win or join ui Waodfard court Aoril and Mil next. . . ,T , v . ' llichard cer a gray mare, neither aocjteaj t I finnr about a tut John Watkins ) Cotri. WISH to inform my Clients, thst ''I hive wrttten to them all, gv ing them an account of the present slate 'tf ther bufijiefs committed to my care; such of them as di not receive my tel- lers; will be pleased to inform me of their tnifcarriage, that I may repeat the info's motion they contained, ntirinr the continuance of the present arrangement of the Courts, I shall attend the Court Appeals conftantty. and will Ton proper applications m cases which I like) go eceafionajly tonhe Coutt of and Terminer, or to any Court of krtCHOLAS. IP- - & Fe io, 1793- - 3 fubfcriberi take this THE of informing the pub-- r rhat thev have erected a A Hirlftnan five r 11 i ;.il AlToriment A 6 to fulling - . rrjiles Uexmgton, on road 1 SiW kg-- 1 where falling dyings 0ppflU Loviand j..: . down, will be 7 opened tavern Lexingjon 1 - A' 1 b to thy, Hav'of Fayette , , . h j.WAntd to delivered the following vThgfe please to savor them with their custom, depend en having their work done in the neatest best mannerby t - John Morrifcsn 3 ' , . Wiliiam Allison.- - "TU B L I 5 hereby given, ttiat a the lots in4 the- - established by law Shejby county Court-hous- e, com- mence on the third TuePay in February next, the balance those on 'tfiat 11 .Ji j day, will expoieu iu iaic un us'the mourns . adii .aiiu 'inay nn-i- w.., "i ,ji ' be twelve months credit given on purchasers giving bond approved security. ' David Standiford, Joseph Windlock, Jplin Knight, Thomas Gwin, Abraham Owen. ) I T. WANTED by fubfeMber, r A NUMBER of able men ti r leans,' good will given, who,lfi Cd 'ome vroiided, and afufiici- - tnt quantity 0 aiiowea-;- , who engage depend on t; application to Lexington. &BRYSON. The inhabitants of Kentucky hereby informed that they willfave their house afbes, clean and that' will purchase all that the of neyt Summer a generous as sue setting up ifb manw factory : Publtc will given suture the different places State, ajb:srwilh e rrceivcd, I & B. LtKingUitj Tth.i, is JAMES H. SfEVARtf, now openir.p, at the lately occupied by Mr. A. M'Greocr, of GOODS. GROCE-- . DRY &c. will be sold very Cash.. sew-barr- els of Com, will be received: a!so,, Butter and Cheese. Lexington, Dee 12, j792. rpAKEN up by fuefcriber living Youn, county, aid. imrs of of fett 5 or and appraijed to Dec 12, 1792 C A be taken Town Ftilling in be ,tr be in ve be in in Is j an in ah J. or It at v r N Thornbiry "LINEN at the ing Cloth, by - CRAIG & LOGAN. . T Hereby to mv, chenls. I returned to the commonwealth of Ken-tUc- l'y ahd former- ly did in the town of Lexington. CK William Mi'rrav 7 want a IVench, sit rnufl feme-thin- of cooking . and slh a 17 and 21 age. 26, "V.. . CHEAP G D S. A. M'GREGU-H- , uiiii.m the vQ leading tq ates removed his Store the is car- - ,ure :... br.inches. vtm.-ttd- a rinh received at mr. .1 HERE b? ba, in;ad; ? rj riitiAti ia hit ill- - M'Na.r'8 at the gn or , fi the bifffaloefn the ft. H jj ifpitable . and Ml court who may and' ana -- tt C NO T-U- C Vi along btijy safe at will and lots sold , ir..r De court slays Rinrrn. will the and bodied wages tkj wmsKy inojt good made thjir Store field dry, offered give (rice, intend notice be throughout where i7P3, Store whicli hrandiif. inches high, paces trots, LE )? Will Thomis rrtill, give notice that have reside where jun, hiii good know &$? 'ether house work lt-twi- en years Nov. 179?. from creek frtht and Stent's u'ifJniiR duors lower raaa every couit. IRWIN course j j 1 - - , et mol reduced prices for casa. WAN George fordrelT- - T To RENTED 'A qudntily Butler and Corn. , I TAKEN up by th,fubfcriba in county or O'ar creek, a TAll n.ifi ffitlf h&9it sir c vifr ..mi... jr it . .t. j fi . u. w. 1 ifc nu tne vl old, white tlieMioci, the of tow of not fianlts.witte, ajwaypwforK tne j. T. the provijions may ari is and may and Pot the low for the, lad of 6 O. Ta tnrtr.tr the of .iiUi.e list n - ana ttic wit 11 1 'i the right ear and a crop in the lest, nas neen at tne piace aooui 3 years, ap praifedto 2. JVttliam Oetrard. November iS, 1792 purchased of Horatio IHgve afl his books in 'this which books hs name wrote irr them ; therefore any person having any of fa'irj books in their" poflefrion will to infoYrtf me thereof, ani dblige trfeirhumble ' John Touitt. 1 rf-- T- JUSt E IT ED', And now opening at the fnb-- r A is ftdre Lexington at corner ot nigh and cro(s reds', a gocid affertmem WHich he will sell on the loveft terms for caff), to- bacco, rye, corn, pork, bees, butter, cheese, and furr of all hinds. Afl thbfe "indebted to the fubferiber, are requeflcd to' make lmmediafe payment, a$ they need expedl no further in- dulgence. tf Christopher Kifer. rpAKEK up ly tin fui'fcrHer Seott X county Millers run, a branch of North Elkh'orn, ajorret horse, 12 years old, brained on the near fboulder IV, some Jaddlt Jpots, 14. hards high, a blaze on his face,, off hind soot white, branded on the cufbion C, appraised t 7. James White. TAKEN up by til! fuhferiber in county, one black Jlonc I celt, 2 years old nextfpring, no perceiv- able brand, both hind feet, white aid half 'of the off'sore soot, appraijedio X3-Joh- Moreen. pec 1,5, i7gi. r g bcoteti and Rappee S NU F l Made and sold by EDMUND PUR S E LLi At his SjtUHf-MiL- L, in Baird l own, JSetjon County, HERE gentlemen ftorfe-keepe- rs and others, may be Supplied by the large or frnall ,Qfluantity on low,er terms than at ,' rhiladelohia nr Baltimore. Dack- - yr l ed in kegs, bladders or papers offpoundt half ppund, 18J. and Igd. papers! (, Clean linen Rngs will be taken in payment for snuff at the mill. Snid Snuff to be had also by he quantity ,',at Mr. John Molari's ?tore in Lexington. WANT D, .Nurohsr of hands to work my boats down to Oilcans; none need apply but such as can.be well recemmend ed, and thnfe will be preferred who have been already down the river Generous wages and good'ifeatment will be given to luch as ma.y be emip!oed bY, JOHN MO'YLAN.' E-- be SOLD -- or For have please servant. ii one year, .HpHE tract of land whereon I now reside. containing three hundred and fifty acres, tuat$ in Lyicoln county, on the hanging fork of Dick' river and on the main road Isading froTDanville to Lincoln Court- - houfff.about six miles from the former and five frorp the latter, on which is a convenient dwel- - ing house, two stories hignV with tvvo rooms in each and a sire place in each room, together with o'ther convenient houses, theVe is abpur forty acresof it cleared and in' good order for ralfirigithe enfuFng crop. The convenient fituatibnof this trac"): art'd i(s being yelt watered must '" be a sufficient recommendanon to any person vvho wishes to htmfelf "comfortably; Por terms, apply to THOM .. 1 . f i TODD. T W E N T,Y D O.LLARS Reward, Vtw New- - set- tle AS lost or embezzled be- - MERCHANDISE' nmeiione and this place, a keg. contain "V t . I - - i . " i , , . . ing Allspice, Nut megs, Cinamon and Cloves ; any person who will give infor- mation to the fubferibcrs. so that they, may obtain the same again, shall receive the above reward, or forty'dollars shall be paid to any person or persons who (ball prosecute the person that may have embezzled the same. SEITZ & LAUMAN. fiexingtcn, Dec. 179 LL persons arc hereby re- - queusd to guard against purctiafing lots in the town of Frankfort which have become forfeited to me under the terms of sale. ' , JAMES WILKINSON. t)eh 10, November 1, 1792. 3. j F O R SALE, "plVE hundred acres of first . rate land on the waters 'of Tick creek a branch of P:a-fhier- s's' creek,- - in Shelby rohntv, fourteen miles from Fra.n'cfort' adjacent to the great road from sir thence to the Fall?, fait-wo- rk 8 &c.- - William lh!l living o'nthe creek will fhew the prennles A part cash be required, e balance in good trade for further particulars apply to the fuWcriber eight miles from Lexington on the Hickman ' ' i '" ' Tlorr-- t Jahafoti. iV. U. It would bedivididto suit purchasers. tf Alf WANTED TO PURCHASE, ; Ind OrFrcs MrtiTAstr w and Ta ,u LAND WARRANTS. ' DtVmZL WEISIGEft Lenngton, Jan. i, 1793. li-- J HUGH M'l L V & I N, Has juil received and ,.o.v at his store, cppofite the coiirt-nnT- e. GENERAL flnV,rr,,n;Qf X DRY GOODS, books, stationary, china, qjt ens wa.re, glass vvae, lead, 1kj', gun-powd- castings, hn ito and fieel, which he will 'i in for cafli, fur, pork, co tiij h-- . nen, fuqar and bear fl.inj N. B Hi has also a qu.u t, ', upper leather, calf sl:tns, r ionr legs of the first quality, for r Lexirigton, December io, 1791, JUST OPENED, J 0 HN M 0 T L I ih S'T OR ft r A cpnflderable quantity of Me "chaw, disk, fuirable 40 the appr i;ch;'.g season ; Confuting of DUI'FILL, Indian and Roe LegKin ftufF, coarfeand fuperne Broidclorh?, ns' groa Cottons, woollen. Imfe &c AU which with a vaiietf of o her articles, l(i hard Ware, Grocenes. Queens and, glass Vj,e,, tc whole tormipR a very general afloTme V, he, is determined to sell on reaoiiabo terms for cash, old tobacco, or tobacco of th.is years crop He also wants 3 quantity ofcountr fugar,bmter andchesfe. WANTED to hire A Good huule wCrn.h, and' small girl for a nurse, for' whjch good wages will be given by ARCHIBALD BROWN. Lexington, Feb. 2, 1703. rp AKEN up by thefubja tier, near 1 Lexington, a red CO VV with a white face, lefty legs and ta-l- , bcred with aiimhhtin the upper part ofeach burn, a crop off" the right tar, about six years old; appraised ta I SAMUEL GLASS. Jan. 27, 1793. 'A 8

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Page 1: Kentucky gazette (Lexington, Ky. : 1789). (Lexington, KY

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Purftictit to en AS of the Gentnl Af-fem-bly

of Kentucky,

WILL BE SOLD,On Tuelday the $thday of March next

Qt IVoodford court houjt to the highefibidder, on twelve months credit, aboutfifty valuable unimproved half acre

L O T S

N the town of Versailles; Bond andapproved security will be required

from the purchasers- - Tne balance of theUnJOia LtOts in jam town win or join uiWaodfard court Aoril and Mil next. . . ,T , v

.

' llichard cer a gray mare, neither aocjteajt I finnr about a tut

John Watkins ) Cotri.

WISH to inform my Clients, thst''I hive wrttten to them all, gv

ing them an account of the present slate'tf ther bufijiefs committed to my care;such of them as di not receive my tel-

lers; will be pleased to inform me of theirtnifcarriage, that I may repeat the info'smotion they contained,

ntirinr the continuance of the present

arrangement of the Courts, I shall attend

the Court Appeals conftantty. and will

Ton proper applications m cases which Ilike) go eceafionajly tonhe Coutt of

and Terminer, or to any Court of

krtCHOLAS.IP-- &Fe io, 1793- - 3

fubfcriberi take thisTHE of informing the pub-- r

rhat thev have erected aA Hirlftnan fiver 11 i ;.il

AlToriment

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to

fulling - .

rrjiles Uexmgton, on

road 1 SiW kg--1

where falling dyings 0ppflU Loviandj..: . down,

will be 7 opened

tavernLexingjon 1 - A' 1 b to thy,

Hav'of Fayette , , .h j.WAntd to

delivered the following

vThgfe please to savor them

with their custom, depend

en having their work done in

the neatest best mannerbyt - John Morrifcsn

3 ' ,

. Wiliiam Allison.- -

"TU B L I5 hereby given, ttiat a

the lots in4 the- -

established by law Shejby

county Court-hous- e, com-

mence on the third TuePay in

February next, the balance

those on 'tfiat11 .Jij day, will expoieu iu iaic un

us'the mourns .

adii .aiiu 'inay nn-i- w..,"i ,ji 'be twelve months credit

given on purchasers givingbond approved security. '

David Standiford,Joseph Windlock,Jplin Knight,Thomas Gwin,Abraham Owen.

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WANTED by fubfeMber,

r A NUMBER of able men ti

r leans,' good will given, who,lfi Cd'ome vroiided, and afufiici- -

tnt quantity 0 aiiowea-;- ,

who engage depend on t;

application toLexington.

&BRYSON.The inhabitants of Kentucky

hereby informed that they willfavetheir house afbes, clean and

that' will purchase all thatthe of neyt

Summer a generous assue setting up ifb manwfactory : Publtc will givensuture the different places

State, ajb:srwilh e rrceivcd,I & B.

LtKingUitj Tth.i, is

JAMES H. SfEVARtf,now openir.p, at the lately

occupied by Mr. A. M'Greocr,of

GOODS. GROCE-- .DRY &c. will besold very Cash..

sew-barr- els of Com, will bereceived: a!so,,Butter and Cheese.Lexington, Dee 12, j792.rpAKEN up by fuefcriber living

Youn, county,aid.imrs

of

of

fett 5 or andappraijed to

Dec 12, 1792C A

be takenTown Ftilling

in

be

,trbe

in

vebe in

in

Is

j an

in

ah

J.

or

It

at

v rN

Thornbiry

"LINEN

at the

ing Cloth, by -

CRAIG & LOGAN. .

T Hereby to mv,

chenls. I returnedto the commonwealth of Ken-tUc- l'y

ahd former-ly did in the town of Lexington.CK William Mi'rrav

7 want a IVench, sitrnufl feme-thin- of cooking

. and slh a17 and 21 age.26, "V.. .

CHEAP G D S.

A. M'GREGU-H- ,uiiii.m the vQ

leading tq ates removed his Store theis car- - ,ure

:... br.inches. vtm.-ttd- a

rinh received at mr. .1 HERE b? ba, in;ad;? rj riitiAti ia hit ill- -

M'Na.r'8 at the gn or ,fi

the bifffaloefn the ft.H jj ifpitable

.and Mlcourt

whomay

and'

ana-- tt

C NO T-U-C Vialong btijy

safeatwill

andlots sold

, ir..rDe

court slays

Rinrrn.will

theand

bodied

wages tkj

wmsKy inojtgood

made thjirStore

fielddry,

offeredgive (rice,

intendnotice be

throughoutwhere

i7P3,

Store

whicli

hrandiif.inches high, paces trots,

LE)?

Will

Thomis

rrtill,

give noticethat have

reside where

jun,hiii good

know &$?'ether house work lt-twi- en

yearsNov. 179?.

fromcreek frtht

and Stent'su'ifJniiR duors lower

raaa

every couit.

IRWIN

course

j j 1 - - ,

et mol reduced prices for casa.

WAN

GeorgefordrelT- -

T To RENTED'A qudntily Butler and Corn.

, I

TAKEN up by th,fubfcriba incounty or O'ar creek, a

TAll n.ifi ffitlf h&9it sir c vifr..mi... jr it . .t. j fi . u. w. 1 ifc nutne vl old, white tlieMioci, the

of tow

of not

fianlts.witte, ajwaypwforK

tne

j.T.

the

provijions

may

ariis

and

mayand

Pot

the

low for

the,

ladof

6 O.

Ta

tnrtr.tr

the

of

.iiUi.e

listn - ana ttic wit 11

1 'i the right ear and a crop in the lest,nas neen at tne piace aooui 3 years, appraifedto 2.

JVttliam Oetrard.November iS, 1792

purchased of HoratioIHgve afl his books in 'thiswhich books hs

name wrote irr them ; thereforeany person having any of fa'irj

books in their" poflefrion willto infoYrtf me thereof, ani

dblige trfeirhumble' John Touitt. 1

rf--T-

JUSt E IT ED',

And now opening at the fnb-- r

Ais ftdre Lexington at

corner ot nigh and cro(sreds', a gocid affertmem

WHich he will sell on theloveft terms for caff), to-

bacco, rye, corn, pork, bees,butter, cheese, and furr of allhinds.

Afl thbfe "indebted to thefubferiber, are requeflcd to'make lmmediafe payment, a$they need expedl no further in-

dulgence.tf Christopher Kifer.

rpAKEK up ly tin fui'fcrHer SeottX county Millers run, a branch of

North Elkh'orn, ajorret horse, 12 yearsold, brained on the near fboulder IV,

some Jaddlt Jpots, 14. hards high, ablaze on his face,, off hind soot white,branded on the cufbion C, appraised t

7.James White.

TAKEN up by til! fuhferiber incounty, one black Jlonc

I celt, 2 years old nextfpring, no perceiv-

able brand, both hind feet, white aidhalf 'of the off'sore soot, appraijedio X3-Joh-

Moreen.pec 1,5, i7gi. r g

bcoteti and Rappee S NU F lMade and sold by

EDMUND P U R S E LLiAt his SjtUHf-MiL- L, in Baird

l

own, JSetjon County,

HERE gentlemen ftorfe-keepe- rs

and others, maybe Supplied by the large or frnall

,Qfluantity on low,er terms than at,' rhiladelohia nr Baltimore. Dack- -

yrl

ed in kegs, bladders or papersoffpoundt half ppund, 18J. andIgd. papers!

(, Clean linen Rngs will be taken inpayment for snuff at the mill.

Snid Snuff to be had also byhe quantity ,',at Mr. John Molari's?tore in Lexington.

WANT D,

.Nurohsr of hands to workmy boats down to

Oilcans; none need apply butsuch as can.be well recemmended, and thnfe will be preferredwho have been already downthe river Generous wages andgood'ifeatment will be given toluch as ma.y be emip!oed bY,

JOHN MO'YLAN.'

E-- be SOLD -- orFor

have

pleaseservant.

ii

one year,.HpHE tract of land whereon

I now reside. containingthree hundred and fifty acres,

tuat$ in Lyicoln county, onthe hanging fork of Dick' riverand on the main road IsadingfroTDanville to Lincoln Court--

houfff.about six miles from theformer and five frorp the latter,on which is a convenient dwel- -ing house, two stories hignV

with tvvo rooms in each and asire place in each room, togetherwith o'ther convenient houses,theVe is abpur forty acresof itcleared and in' good order forralfirigithe enfuFng crop. Theconvenient fituatibnof this trac"):art'd i(s being yelt watered must '"

be a sufficient recommendanonto any person vvho wishes to

htmfelf "comfortably; Porterms, apply to

THOM..

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TODD.

T W E N T,Y D O.LLARSReward,

Vtw

New- -

set-

tle

AS lost or embezzled be- -MERCHANDISE' nmeiione and this place,

a keg. contain

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ing Allspice, Nutmegs, Cinamon and Cloves ;any person who will give infor-

mation to the fubferibcrs. so

that they, may obtain the sameagain, shall receive the abovereward, or forty'dollars shall bepaid to any person or personswho (ball prosecute the personthat may have embezzled thesame.

SEITZ & LAUMAN.fiexingtcn, Dec. 179

LL persons arc hereby re- -queusd to guard against

purctiafing lots in the town ofFrankfort which have becomeforfeited to me under the termsof sale. '

,

JAMES WILKINSON.t)eh 10,November 1, 1792. 3.

jF O R SALE,

"plVE hundred acres of first. rate land on the waters 'of

Tick creek a branch of P:a-fhier- s's'

creek,-- in Shelby rohntv,fourteen miles from Fra.n'cfort'adjacent to the great road from sirthence to the Fall?, fait-wo- rk 8&c.- - William lh!l living o'nthecreek will fhew the prennles

A part cash be required,e balance in good trade

for further particulars apply tothe fuWcriber eight miles fromLexington on the Hickman

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Tlorr--t Jahafoti.iV. U. It would bedivididto suitpurchasers. tf Alf

WANTED TO PURCHASE,

; Ind OrFrcs MrtiTAstrw

and Ta,u LAND WARRANTS.

' DtVmZL WEISIGEftLenngton, Jan. i, 1793.

li-- J

HUGH M'l L V & I N,Has juil received and ,.o.v

at his store, cppofitethe coiirt-nnT- e.

GENERAL flnV,rr,,n;QfX DRY GOODS,

books, stationary, china, qjt enswa.re, glass vvae, lead, 1kj',gun-powd- castings, hn itoand fieel, which he will 'i infor cafli, fur, pork, co tiij h-- .

nen, fuqar and bear fl.injN. B Hi has also a qu.u t, ',

upper leather, calf sl:tns, r ionrlegs of the first quality, for rLexirigton, December io, 1791,

JUST OPENED,J 0 HN M 0 T L I ihS'T O R ft

rA cpnflderable quantity of Me "chaw,

disk, fuirable 40 the appr i;ch;'.gseason ; Confuting of

DUI'FILL, Indian and RoeLegKin ftufF,

coarfeand fuperne Broidclorh?, ns'groa Cottons, woollen. Imfe &c AUwhich with a vaiietf of o her articles,l(i hard Ware, Grocenes.Queens and, glass Vj,e,, tc wholetormipR a very general afloTme V, he,is determined to sell on reaoiiaboterms for cash, old tobacco, or tobaccoof th.is years crop

He also wants 3 quantity ofcountrfugar,bmter andchesfe.

WANTED to hire

A Good huule wCrn.h, and'small girl for a nurse, for'

whjch good wages will be givenby

ARCHIBALD BROWN.Lexington, Feb. 2, 1703.

rp AKEN up by thefubja tier, near1 Lexington, a red CO VV with a

white face, lefty legs and ta-l- , bcredwith aiimhhtin the upper part ofeachburn, a crop off" the right tar, aboutsix years old; appraised ta I

SAMUEL GLASS.Jan. 27, 1793.

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