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"  Nlsin Cross Street,) will keep on hand • uml tfrtment ot
.,»-  PAINTS, OILS, vuuvzsuus. unvgmas, · Ass, gt
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DRY GOODS. *
Thnnkful for the fevours Already eiitendcd to thcni, they are
determined, by the quality ol` their (Goods, the feirncn of their ,
Pricee, And polite attention to their cuntomen, to merit the pet· g
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Books and .»S'tatwnary. I
A SUPPLY kept conetantl on hand, at the stand occupied by ,
li lhe subecriber for the Int twelve months, No. 3, Ent Main-Str‘t.
 _ ALSO A LARGE LOT OF FASHIONABLE
  Kept eonetantly on hsud. Hevlng made an arrangement by which
· P he will reeeive ell the letcet publications of Muaie, he hopes to re-
l,, eeive • share of public petronqe. He hu elec on hand
` GUITARS, FLUTES. FIF , FLAGEOLETTS AND V
CLARIONETTS, all at moderate prices. -
All orders thankfully received and prolptly ettended te.
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_—;  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
 A  RDGERS AND LIQIIBR
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  T Tender thsir thanks to the citisens of Lexington and the public,
‘ for the patronage they have received since their ccrnmenehg busi-
»» ness, and respectfully solicit a continuance. They have new and
p · will oontinne to keep on hand s large supply of ;   '
  Fresh Groceries
` Consisting of
_;i  . Sugar, Collbe, Tea, Spices, and Flour;
_. SALT, RlCE, BACON, LARD, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
 ,   Cheese; Mackerel; Shad and Cod-Fish; Sperm and Tallow Cam
 , , dles; Sperm Oil, Soap, kc.
i  V ; A Also a fresh supply of
L i I'0REIG./Y J' IDOJIESTIC
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; Viz: WINES, of every deserietion; RUM; Champaign, Co ice,
¤ American, Peach mul Apple BRANDIES; Irish WHIS§’L'Y;
- HOLLAND (IIN; Monon ahela and Rye WHISKEY; D•von·
,_ shire, Newark and Crab Char; Vinegar, &,c.
.‘  p Also, u. choice selection of
 A   · Glass and Quecn’s-ware,
,, To all of which they would respectfully invite the attention of L
  _ 1 their customers and the public,
.  —. ;' COUNTRY MERCHANTS would do well to call and
` " ` examine their stock, whiah they otfer on as fair terms as can  
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Furmturc Estalhsbment.
I would respectfully inform my friends and the public, that my
SPRING S'I‘U(2l( is immensely large, and that I on prepared to
lake an empty house and furnish it oak, in a style not to be snr-
pasecd in the United States, with the bllowin. articles: ‘
VENETIAN BLlND8,—-CURTAINS ani DRAPERY, _
Of say deecription.
FBJTHER BEDS-JUJTTRJSSES,
Of llair, Moss, and llusks; or any other description of Upholster-
mg, such as laying down carpets, &.c. &c. `
IOPAI, OP A SUPERIOR QUALITY,
Spring and Cushion Seats, various patterns. Spring Seat ROCK- ·
ING CHAIRS; MAHOGANY l’ARl.t>R CHAIRS, Frcncli and
half-French patterns. WARDROBES; DRESSING BVREAUS; 4
nAr1oo,tm· Ayn ciiizmtv 31¤Ds’1°I:.ADS;
QIEGIBLQTPJAIBHIEQ AJYJID l}3©©KS·CU.lh§ B· Q
mEB°ARDS' with Egyptian and Italian Mirble Slaba, 1
different patterns. Pier and Centre 'I`ABLI·ZS, with Marble Slahs. I
Dining, Lord, Extension, llall, Sideboard and 'I`rio 'l`ABI.il:2S. ,
Also an unusually large stock of
FANCY and WlNDSOR CHAIRS,
Of a superior quality—various patterns, colours and prices.
I earnestly request the public to call and examine my stock of ‘
Furniture, Chairs, dw. whether they wish to purchase or not. ,
They will Ind my assortment better than described, and my vari-
sty much greater; and, I would say, unsurpassed by any house in
the Western Country. As to terms, I will sell as low as I can V
aiord; and l am detcrmided not to be undersold by any house in
the city, so that my friends may rest assured that they can buy of
r me any article that I manufacture, as cheap as they can elsewhere,
~ and to those who may make large bills I will make a liberal ills-
oount. Those who live in the city shall have their Blinds ut np,
IA and their Furniture, &,c. delivered at their houses in goocrordl, ` 4
and free of expense.
JAS. MARCH.
[TN. B. Iam prepared with a fine NEW HEARSB, to attendto
Panerai calls, at any hour, day or night, either in towuor country.
Lexington, May, 1838. e. 97. North Mu1l••rry·8t.
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I Constantly receiving snd now opening st the above establishment,
-_  L Extra super Wo0I·dy¢d black CLOTHS; 4
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2 And many other Huhionable color:. ' ‘
° l•ynl Victoria Imperial Cassimeree I
V _Q Of sn extra New Style.
’ Q Wool-d ed sud Singlc·Millcd Black Cussimeree; Plsin s¤d`Figured l
l V Blsck gntin VE~»'I‘lNGS; together with s general assortment •l` l
I   FANCY ARTICLES, of very superior que ity, vis: Gloves, Her x
y  sicry, Boeems, Collars, Stocks, Silk and Linen Cembric Hsndker-
I 1 5, chiefs; Ws.rd‘s Fnhionsblc {
7 1I0@'$B• BSBQNBL ABE 1!•WlIl!B• •
T ` il Of new style sud superior quslity. All of which hse been eelected
V;  ·, with great osre; making the nseortment, st this time, superior to  
`a ;   sny ever eifered in this city. Also, sn assortment of
·‘ WALZING OANZB &. UMBRELZ‘.»A8• v
, A   The shone Goods will be eold low for Cash, snd msde up in s l
» Q 'ni stile not to be surpassed in the West, end on the shortest n0ti••. ..(d
. ‘v `   T e public sre respectfully invited to cell sud exsmine. G•ntl•·
· tlenen at s distsnee wishi Fsshionsble Clothzp end new style
p n I Go•ds, by sqding their orlzrs, cu be furnish to their entire
[ . satisfaction.
  THOMAS RANKIN.
i. Lexington, Isy, 1838, No. 14, Esst Mein Str••t.
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_ ***_;___;_; __ _ Has alwavs on hand an extensive Stock ‘
. I if I;`URN;T:llRE, of slupicrior quality, and of
i - i o atest as ions, inc u ing
i Sideboards, Mahogany and Cherry Bedsteads, Secretaries,
Wardrobe:. Bureaus, Book Cases; Ccnlre, Side, Dining
and Break/`ast Tables; .
R Ilalsogassy Chairs In Springseat Solis,
i _ All of which hc will uell st the lowest prices. [file has purchas-
I aliased thc exclusive right of Bel|‘s lntcst improved Patent Bed
l Pastcnings, for this couuty, a model of which may be eecn at hr•
Warerocm. i I
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‘ I E (SUCCESSOR TO BAIN on TOD,)
 · , HAS now in succceeful operation hia unequelled facilities in the
 i 6  ap lication of STEAM and MACUIN BRY tothe MANUFACTU-
E _i RITTG of HATS, which he hopes will enable him at all timea te
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 l ·»  He particular! invitce the attention of thoae Wholesale Pur-
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’ ·· `ehaeers who have heretofore been in the habit of buying Eutlard,
l believing that on an examination of hia STOCK, they willind ia· _
  Iueemente to purchase in prefcrencc to any other market. f-`
[ — ’ ig Plffizittldf attention paid to making Cualomcrf Wil'}-
A  ~‘ V l3'H¤ hu llwin operation e FORMING MACHINE. by which
he will be enabled at all timea to furnish the Trade with Felt•—
5 they furnishinidthe Wool or not as beat suite their eonveniene. ,
{ Lexington, ay, 1838. _ ‘
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WBGLIBALE AND RETAIL i
Saddle, Harness ;§• Trunk ; a
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Ne. 53, West Mann Street, second door below L. Taylor":
Cmsfeclionary, and opposite P. Bishop'; Pluiled- Ware
Store, in the housefornerly occupied by J. M. Heseett as
a Grocery Store.
W Still continue the mcnufhctura .
of line LAUlES' and GENTLE-
MEN’S ~
" _   S•/IDDLES,
( '¥ilT!·’/.'/ Fine (`ouch, Gig and Break
  `   · ` , ‘ on _ .
. .... a -» HARNEBS,
V Hurd LEA'I`Hl·ZR TRUNKS.
e · i A superior article. 'l'hey intend
` manufacturing all articlea in their .
· line of good quality, and in point ·
` · of workinunship and stock, not to
be surpassed in the city or elsowliere. 'l`hey will k•·•~p on hand
gud for nig a gi-mral assortment of HARNESS MOUNTING, Q
BITTS, STIRRUP-IRONS, 4-:. Aleo SADDLE TREES, {
of every description, and a variety of other articles in their line, `
Fine English Bridle Leathers, Murtingalea, dec. all oi which will .
be sold low for cash or a short credit. They also intend to keep on . ,
hand a tino assortment of Coach, Gig and Riding WHIPS, Cones,
kc. They would also say, that they have connected the tins
Hameaa Making with Saddling, which has not been the eaae here- *
tofore in this city. They alsointend, as usual, to keep COARSE
HARNESS. Persona wishing to purchase ure respectfully invited
to eat] and examine for themselves. They hope by attention to
business and a desire to please, that they will merit and receive a ~
i liberal share of the public patronage. 'l`hey will sell all articles
aa low as any other establishment in the eity of thc same quality.
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  DOCT. HOLLAND
C ` HAS REMOVED his rsaidnwe to the buildin; known
as Mrs. Coylc‘s Corner. Entrance Jordan s Row, - ‘
next door to 0. Chri•ty'a Auction Store. Its shop ls
still on Main Street, next door to G. W. N0ft\7tl'l
Drug Store.
’ hutngton, May, le3e. ·
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 ? Grocery, Wine, Spirit and Provision
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 ·(; _ - I South Mill Street.
 y , 'I HOMAS HUGGIN S,
. ‘c   - Respectfully informa his friends and the public generally, that be
H T still continues te keep an entire stock of
._j  · GROCBRIES,
,2  * lncludin Java, Hsvanah, Jamaica and Rio COFFEE;
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N. Orleans, Havunah and Jamaica SUGAR: Double and Sin le
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. i refined LOAF and LUMP SUGAR; Sugar-house und Import-
» g  ed MOLASSES;
‘ Gunpowder, Imperial and Bl .ck TEAS, of superior Bav r;
· §· CHOCOLATE and COCOA; { lt,
" Old WINES and LIQUORS, of superior flavour; Irish hiskey;
· ILAISINS, in whole and half·boxes; Figs, Pruncs, Filberts, dried
Citrona, Almonds and Rock·Candy. SWEE'l`MEA'l`S; Lemon
.  J ; Syrup and Olive Oil; Nutmeis, Cinnamon and other S icca.
' Iurrewe’ Mustard; Sup¢·rfin¢· `LOUR; well cured IIAKIS, and
_ _`  , BACON; Salmon, Maelrerel, Shad, Herrin and Cod FISH, in
 ·1 , _ barrels and half-burrcle; Goshen, Ohio and   England Cheese;
, ,\ Geouccreek und hcnhawa SALT;
.  , Q . Ileney·d¢·w, Green-river and Turkish Smoking TOBACCO; lla~
° A i { sans CIGARS; Mnceouba`s Snufl`; Sperm, Lard and Tallew
(Lindles; Linaccd, Castor and Sperm Oil; |`aints of every dea-
,   I eriptiou; Dutch Madder; Alum, Copperas, Logweod, Resin;
·; Bpamsh, Floatant and Benlpul Indigo; together with a large and
, lg well selected assortment o
r it V QUEEIVS, GLASS and HARDWARE,
' V Consisting in part of Scy thes, Sneads, Cuttin -knives, Ha Jerks,
* , .unes’ Spades and Shovels; Collins' Axes; (gefee-Mills, Coop- ' 
  ers' Ware; Wren`}? and Cut Nails; Car t and Shoe
_ { Taeka; Cotton, ool and Horse Cards, Igsuehea and
' é ‘ Curry-Combs; Powder, Shot and Lead; Shoe bruehes and
' ; · Blackini, &.c., Ape , all of which he pledges himself to sell Ol
w E arreasena la terms as any other house in the Western Country. I
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  n GARDEN SEEDS,
* wa son an .
{ [apt al y h el
Lexington, August I, ISIS, I
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   WHOLESALE Gs RETAIL A
SILK & F IIII HAT I
MANUFACTURERS I
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(Na ll, South b)per Street,)
Still continue to manufacture and to keep on hand a. large ae•¤e¢·
lent nf `
OF THE BEST QUALITY dz LATEST FASHION3,
Which they aell ae low ae egg other eetabliehment in the Weet.
Lexington, Auguet l. l8 . I
Saddle, Hamess 4§• Trunk N
MANIIFACTIIIIY. ,
No. 13, East Main Street, one daorfrom the Library. I
THE eubneriber reepectfully informs the cil-
eene of Lexington and the public enerally,
that he etill continuee to have at alftimee el I
hand, an extensive and euperior aeeortnent (
*" ......»·HA R N E S S,
IBIDLES, COLLARS, Martlngalee ke.
` Which he eelle at a anal] advance. Stage Contnctore and othel
b lantin a good article in the way of Hameee, would do well h
°', eall and eee hia aeenrtneat before perchaei ebewlace. ae It
I thinka he can give then ae good, if not a littl:Setter bargain, tht
itbey can get in any other honee in the eit . ,
foszru nzacn.
Lexington, Augeet l, 1838.
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  T I N N I N G .
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~ _ j E• 0ppo•itc Brcn1:¤n’3·Hutc|, respeganlly ihformnhn
i •¢¤¤*•¤r• ad the public, that hllill continues Ulu; ubid
if n hpp nsurtmcnt of _
P ;  IHBEPIROJY JN? TIN WW",
` Wihh ood 1 d ’
  i ¤¤¤‘%‘¥§L"3%°é‘·£¤¤“£§‘£‘.¥rZ’f.»E2»$‘1¤?;·2$’.3
,     800G ASW 308 DIRRBRRUQ
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  -     I . • c " mm `· K an
  _&..z..¤}?.!‘;.’.E.'3%»i.·. J2'. »,§‘·.ii.,. $*3.. @1
‘ the New Prinlhiuhau ud 'I`Ip••_own¤d by Econ I- I,
* umaulsddedtbgmto ' oicrinthu C•ty,mdi•nowp••yu·-
` t•n••|te nllkai of
 ¥     BOOK é•JOB WORK, ,
1 l`  IN THD BEST ITY I, nd an u modonta htm! •• uy Oihlr
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O FIIII YIIIING LADIES,
l TIE REV. EDW. WINTIIROP, AJ!.
PROFESSOR OF SACRED LITERATURE in the {
- 'l`heological Seminary of Kentucky, located at Lexington, has
' iommenced with s Select Class of young ladies, a course of in- l
struction in the higher branches of the Mathematics, Mental E
Philosophy, kc., &c. Y
TERMS. l
For English Branches, |l0,00 per quarter payable in advance.  
#**1 ?·,,°,§‘ II    
Hours •;;°"l'i.iitio¤, from 8 to 10 o‘cIock, A. M. l
For further particulars inquire of the Rev. John Ward, or in ‘
the Rev. Edward Winthrop, at his residence, at the Theological ·
Seminary.  
Lexington August I, 1838. y  
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CHEAPSIDE HOUSE,
y G. W. STONE, A
[ JYO. 7, CHEJPSIDE,
THANKPUL FOR The extensive patronage he: ,
has received since his commencement in business,  
respectfullgeinforms his fiicnds and the public that his har cnn- It ‘
zmues to furnished with the most choice selection of     »
W*im¢s Li uors and ii
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CORDIALS M _
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y Lexmgton Porter 4§• vile. 2
,i August I, 1838. 2 `  L
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p u LEIIJYG T0.N‘ COJYEECTIOJYJR Y
, AND SALOON, ·
Nos. I I and I3, North Mill Street.
NIGNS. GIMN,-commriomn AND ms
TILLER, begs lcnve to inform the public gcnerullv.
that he still keeps on hand, all kinds of '
CAKES, CANDIES, AND CANDY T0 YS,
, ICE-CREAMS, PRESERVES, &e. \
Pastry Cakes, lcc-creams, dmc., made on thc shortest notice in ilu-
 ' most elegant manner. ‘
i T0 THE CONFECTIONARY HE HAS ATTACHED A l
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‘ RESTERJTE UR, 3
. Whcrc the choiccst Refreshments, Wines, Liquon, and Soda can
_ be furnished to his customers, in a style equal to any in the Wear. Q
  He would also inform the public that he has completed his nut ’
sj and splendid SALOON, at great oxpenee, where he is able to pr-.-
, { vide private or public parties and ln] s, ia the most fashionable and
_ elefant style.
 `,· hankful to thc citizens for their prcvioos eustnm, he hopes 1..
l  continue to merit b patronage, by the mast zealous and ummm-
i ried attention.
§-U -———---——————- -—————— -— - H
  We We IBEINB0
  NOTARY PUBLIC.
if   AND
, CONVEYANCER,
 2 OFFICE 0JY S. UPPER 8T.. JYO_ 4. .
' WIERE _I·le is prepared to execute writings be-
·h_ :;·¤¤&t::nv1duia, such las Articles of 0opart¤er·
;,  Ja. ..¢ .;m... i§.‘¥.°.I;...... ‘ "‘*°“"'°" ‘“ '°""‘"’ ‘"
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_ QIIBEAIB Q 1BIBIB1KlLII$!`»  ‘
W°I•0ksalc and Retail
®£J·\L£R@ JN
FANCY AND STAPLE  
Q DRY GOODS,  
g xo. :1, u·1:s1· .»r.u.v sruszr, .
• LEEXGNQTQN, KY. {
f .x·»;·m 1, nsw. é
Q J. K. & B. F. GRAVES, *  
l ·rrz<>:»¤¤2.:.:a. 2-z¤*m::.· l .
SILK & FUR HAT
JIANUFACTURERS,
(Ab 11, Sanuk bjuper Smu,)  
$Y.|;;0ll[lll|l\’ tu manufuturc nd keep on hand • large snort-  
m&@@ “
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r THOMAS BRADLEI , i
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y { BLACKSMI1 IL g
· N0. 84, North Mulberrly Street. ¤h¤nk¤_~¤·
. for past fevore would respectful y inform thc publ c.
Q' · that he eontinuee to
” n n IPm®¤¤P11'Ib\! ¤>»\•¤  GUEPJE
  EVERY ORDER IN HIS LINE OF BUSINESS.
- Ill TIIE HOST VIOIIKHAIHIKE III! EXPEDITIOIJS MINNER.
 q' Lexington. Auguet 1. l838.
. y _ SONG UF THB FORGE.
  ev w. 1.
y V Tua¢—"Heeee.’ Beye Heeee, lo the Beuwling Our."
;. ; Strike! Brother! etrike! Bee--the iron glows 1
`Z~ ' Beneath the weight of your pond’roue blowe!
E: We will ceee the hoof of the noble steed
;Z ln e ring of eteel at the rider'e needl-
` We will mend the ehnre of thc l·`arme1'e plough, ,
° _ And teach the rugged earth to bow
  Beneath ite daily toil!-
` ‘ And Oh! how bright wi I each brow appear,
_ . When to him the etarK·girdled ycar
Shell bring c herveet epoil!
é We will join the links of the chain in e triee,
- And have in the ehnp but n eingle eiee.
, But if the baae tyrant ehell cver again
Unrell bie red eroee n'er the dark ro ling mein,
Or wrap in eloude the eky;
Then!-Then tall we feehiou that ber to e lance,
·, And beneath our lag of etare eevance,
1 . To conquer or to die!

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JAMES REILLE Y
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Clolhmg Merchant,
J'0. 3l , E./IST IPJTER STREET. i
THANKFITL for the patronage hc has received {
since his ciiuunencement in business, would respectful- {
it inform his fritnds and the public that he continues to keep a {
g•·n• ral usortmcnt ··f i
, @IEi®@IH11Fi’i•.u*s 'rul: l|lHlIl~ZS'l` 1·Rm111‘1l rot:
  l GOLD and SILVER.
, I []?CI‘IECKS on New York and l’}ulzul··l-
x nlniu solel in sums tosnit ll\lI'Cll21SCl`S.
August l.—t. l*Zl··.
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  L · GL.©©K§, ‘WA“ll’GHE§, HEé`.’\NEL.¥’2`Y,
  SILVER WARE,
  ` I·‘I1\'B CUTTLERY, FANCY ARTICLES, 6,-4-. M.
  FRJNKLIN THORPE, CLOCK ANU
Q. WATCII MAKER AND JEWELLER
ll No. 97, East Main street,
 aj ' Nearly opposite Bre1man’s Hotel, ‘
Respectfully informs the citizens of Lexington and its vicinitv
that hx has on hand and will continue to keep a general assorr l
Q ment of tho above articles, nhich he oll`ers for sale low for cash.
~ * _· Clocks and Watches carefully repaired and warranted. Dom
1 trad 'l`r:nLk plates engraved in the neatest manner-old (Fold and
`I VCI U. GH Il (SKC ,
August, 1@l3¢·<. misc {
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>ll lx \ l`l ll ll .\'I Slilllll
l N0. Yr. East Main Street Lexington Ky.
  A Nl¢·('l`Rl)Y from the city nl` New York.
if • hm the plvnsuru ofinforming thc citizcns
' ‘ ··l` l.··\mgt·»u anal th·· publnc in general, that he has .
,*7: _ . ~;nm·n····l !‘.·· :•l»»v·- busim-ss an all nts varmus {
nz}, - t•r:¤u··il· >. llrum has long up¢·rn·nc•- an thc bustnrss
In the abou n:nm•·d cnty, he tlattvrs lumsvlf nut t··
··. .\.·t·lI¤ ·l ln) .:uj. , uml h¢·p··e• by ••tr1(‘l ¤lU'IltlHH to tlu·In\nUl`¤C-
wnrv unt! llmsh ··l has llatln. in point nl nlurubilnty and n¤·utn01·M, tw .
·· erin u ltlwrzxl »hnr·· wl patronage. I
'l".. n»~ tn· my luv r< tr¤·n— l11»llnunlt~. uml nwllcxts .1 c¤·ntinunn<···
1 th• lr ;· t: lll ·;-. ll ll. <.·n lmmi .· g ~>1l:1ssl·fl!|1r·lll¤·f the 1
IV/Iilr 'I`m·lv_:; mul Rusiu Hut Qu suprrior urlirlc.) A
I <·» -—.¤ ~ ·mpl·`l·· f\*`·‘l’llll.'l.[ nt the l
S.\'l`l N lll·L\\'l·Ill ll.\'l`, ; l
.th·· lll. sl ¤·.:l.!j.. t l.¤< < uu uunul`a¤·!ur··. \¤h.<·l1 h·· ulll scll ' E
t l.,¤ 4; any h·· ~¢· .¤. tm \\ · slcrn (`mmtry W/m!r.ml¢unu` Iluaal. ‘
X. ll l'll 1.t·.· Iyhnt .¤mi Neu York rummvr and Fall l`ashl0n>
•‘fUll|’l}` rv ‘• 1\'· ~;.
.\ugu·t ht, lr-Zl—, '
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Mu elle, Ilarness 4§• run]:
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AAAI l· AL {DRY. *_
-\`o. lil. Em: Jlain Strrd. nncrlrmrfrom thc Library. l
V HE mbscrabcr r¢-¤;»¤·ctl`ully nnfornnn thc cmzcns of Lexington l
and th•· publir g· nr rally. that they wxll lwep constantly on ·
lt ml, u g»· ».l .~s··rtm nt of all art.cl¤·sln Il|¤‘ll'llIIl', such as Eno l'
I I I W ’
COACH, (·I(·, STAGL, and BRLAA l
HAR./\"E SS; ,>  
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· \’Vlups, Collars, Brndles, ;· .
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Mnrtmgales, du:. _
Which they wall scll rm the most reasonable terms, and in point of , l· `
workmanship. and quality of stuck. not tn be surpassed in the city,
·r ·:lac•‘hen·. A
1 : All amrlcs un the above lnnc msdn to order. P
August I. lF3". ‘ _

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  Jllarble Factory.
` North Upper St. Corner of Sh•a•t St.
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, · g-_.—.-gra s ¤
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  P D0 ]°LE respectfully intbrnis the citizens ot` l.· \
· • ington and the public generally, that lie has now on
gv  llllllll, and will ('0llllll\lt‘ te lm\‘•· :1 ;_fl'Il\'l’l1l &lSNOI'llllt'lll ot`€\'¢·ry arti
cY cle in his_line of business, vir. l
 _- ' Monuments, 'l`ombs, llcad and l·`oot Stones,
  _. Door Sillsand Steps, \\ nulow Sills 61 Heads,
  ‘ Paint Stones and Nlullcrs; Stones tor Sad-
  ` dlers, lmposing stones for Printers; Mur-
  hle frames tor tire places; Mortars 6;
. Candy tables tor Contectioners;
  Milk, Pump, and \Vater Spout  
{  Troughs, &c. dzc. &c. ’
_ \ll ol which he expects to sell cheaper than any establishment I
é iu the West. 'l`lic work shall bc warantcd of the best materials.
 7* and executed in the best inanncr. Plans can be furnished of an
M I ticnt and modern monuments, European and American.
I tlnttcr myselfthat having a stock of work on hand superior lr.
‘ any in the State, and my prices more reasonable, that it any ‘
person wantini any of the above articles would call at my shop
V and judge for t emselves, it would be to insure my success.
Y - P.DOYLl·1.
l N. B. Old Stone Work repaired and cleaned if brought to my
shop. August lst, lt'38
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Who! Car ng
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J BRI'EN is again prepared l'or CARDING WOOL, at the l
, above well known stand. Having obtained the services of I
\I r. Joseph I'. (lates. as manager fur the scuon, and thoroughly re-
l ·:iired the machines, he intends his work shall bedonc in a manner
not exci-|l<·¤I by any in th·- country. Customers from a distance
iltuys ilinputchcd with aislittle delay as practicable. i
'l`HRNlS:—I·`or carding eoninion quality. white wool or coarse {
mix, going only mice through the Alacliiiies, aix pcncc pe-r pound; ?
:·»r Merino and tine llix, nine pence per pound; for very line Meri- ` I
n·». higher in propordian to Iron ile of cardiny.
_[]'I ayment required in hnnd. Wool, v:#»od and bacon, at niur- I
ket prices, taken in payment. I
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ALL articles in this line, furnished, or made to order, on the .
··hortest notice. On hand, a good assortment