6 EORci A.
By his Excellency JAMES
J \ C K S 0 N, Governor
and Commander in Chief of
the Artnv and Navy of thi?
Mate, and of the Militia
A PROCLAMATION .
WHEREAS I have received
official informal 1 ori) of a
Tnoft barbarous and cruel murder
having been committed on the body
cf Alien Womack, in the county
cf Frank ’in, in this S f at', on the
thirtieth day of May la ft, which
cf' pears, from the inqueft held there
on, and returned to the Executive
Department , In have hern perpetrated
by one Hardy Haidrn, of Pen
dleton county , in the [late of
Carolina who has ftnee ahfeonded.
In order therefore that the faid
Hardy Ha d n, may he brought to
txamplary juftice, I have thought
fit to ijjue this my proefamati n,
hereby offering a reward of ON K
HUNDRED DOLLARS to any
fn [on or per forts, who will appre
hend the f id Hardy Harden, and
lodge him in ftmeJtcure gaol within
And I further change and reeriire
all officers, civil and military, be
longing t this ft a e t to he aiding and
cjftfhng in apprehending and [ cur
ing the f id Hadv Harden, fo
that In m "v be brought to trial and
c ndignp'mfhment accordingly.
Given under my hand and the
Great Seal cf the /aid flate t
at the State-Hovfe, in Louif
v le, ths el venih day of
July, in the year of our I ord
one thou far d hundred
and ninety-vine , and in the
twenty-fourth year of the In
dependence of the United
States of America.
B\ the Governor,
Hor, Marrury, deputy [eery,
God fave the State.
OH HAT after the rx pi ration of nine
m i.iht from ihe (’are hereof, there
wiil b* an application made to the honor*
»b e the I C ri rCouittf jrffe l fon Coun*
t , f r an rt ler of file of 'he real elin’e
« f Role t H irnh'eton, Heceafcd, to wit :
t'>• r c hundred and fifty nees of land,
lituate in ?h* r< unty of ysflerfon, adjoin*
V'g la' cl o J hn 1 cr m and J hn Kenn*-
; v. It being pan of a TradV of Land,
onra'u ing lour I nn Irrd and fifty acre-,
panted I•> Ruber' C oper.
Alin, one other Traft of Land, contair*
in 5 three hundred and fifty acres, fitohte
in »he connfv rf B ti ke, on the wate'i of
M Keen Creek, adjoining lands of— -■ ,
j,r n r ed ro ,
The file of the above a"d foreroing
I'radii of Land, w 1! he f->r th- henefi of
the he rs and rredim $ of the fa d Robert
11. G. Caldwell,
For the A ’m: mg rater oj the nj.refaiJ Ejla t
• June 26.
Bfgi ienre 'o ir orrn hiv Friend* and the
Pit >'ic, ■’ "• he has er.tr menred the
Commiffion and Fatloiaue
B U S I N E S S.
On T Kail’s Wharf, where he hit fuit
fl :e Sf. res 'or h* reception o‘ G >mh,
«ad Prodi ce ; p”d re fprft ul'y tencic.s his
*-*rvices to b » F ien s in that lin*.
'avannnh June 6
i or Sale it this Printing Office,
Wafhirgfon Superior Court,
September Term, 1798.
Andrew Hemphill, - '!
vs. J> Foreclofure ,
James Hemphill, J
UPON the petition of Andrew
Hemphill , praying the fore
clofure of the equity of redemption,
in and to the following trail of land ,
fiuatC) lying and being in the coun
ty of Wajhington , bounded by John
foreman) John Rogers , and all
other Jides by vacant land ; and
containing two hundred eighty [even
and an half acres , which trail of
land was mortgaged to the [aid An
drew Hemph If by the /aid James
Hemphill) for the fecurity of one
hundred and thirty feven pounds .
feventeen/hillings and thee pence)
on the 1 6th day of March in the
year of our herd one thou/and Jeven
hundred and ninety-three.
Upon motion of Mr. Caldwell ,
attorney for the plaintiff it is or
dered , that the principle interef and
cofl be paid into th s court , within
twelve months from ths time , other
wft the equity of redemption will
be forev r f rede/ed , and that a
copy of this rule be ftrved upon the
faid James Hemphill or pubhjhed
nine months in one of the Gazettes
of this State , before the expiration
1 of the [aid nine mm ths , agreeable to
an all of the Icg'Jlaturc in Juch cafes
made and provided .
I A true copy from the minutes t
J. Williams, deputy cleik.
r PWO unimproved LOTS, in the town
of Lou f ille, adj iini ig #ach other
near the Jib 1 c H ufr, known in oiigiral
plan bv No in and m, they will be f 1.
fep*'rately or together, and credit gi e
for two thirds of the purthafe, un tl he
fiifl of March next. F r lur her particu
lar*, applv to Maj ir Caldwell or the Sib
(briber, at Dcmeic’i Ferry, Hm ke < ©u ay.
Cheep for Cafh or Produce ,
SEVEN nundred and ninety-two Ane>
ol O R and Hickory LAND, third
'I a ity, lying on the Fdght Mt e Biaach,
on the new p ad leading from Louifvibc to
Savannah • thirty Acicj of ihe lai> Lind is
c eared, an i und'r good fence- F r fur
ther . articular*, enquire at this OBicr, or
of the Sublcriber.
TO BE SOLD,
4 Hf'H.SE and LOT, fitunted rear the
/ L C .fice Houfc, Louifville, c mail ing
a good Oven <nd Bake Houfc G mien and
otner impiovenients; an excellent iituation I
Conditions, one part cafh, the other
trade or ere.lit, wiih aoproved fe» urities
Fot further paniiuiars, sp i ly at th* Uflion,
PUGSLEY & DEVEAUX
I fnn theii Friends and the Public, that
•he have received by the way of Au
gulba, a FRESH
ABbrtmcnt of MEDICINE,
Suitable to the Practice; and aflui.-e
them, that the ftrufteft attend n will b*
paid to ail Orders, Bcc.
HAVING received an elegant Allort
ment rf watch materials,
S tvancab : He will thetef' r C Carry
o. the Hultar j\ nf W ATCH REPAIRS,
with neatnef* and difpatch.
A1 f°, ail kinds rf GOLD W'ORK, wiT
he made aud rej aired in the ncatcll mai:-
SILVER W ORK repair* l, kc.
Louifyillc, July go.
Richmond, (Vir.) April 25, *99*
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ejjetls which might refult from it,
if well conduced, will he readily
1/ie American people have long
enough been impend upon by the \
pretended impartiality of printers;
it is all dllufion ; every party will
hate its printer, as well as every
fell its preacher ; and it is as in
congruous for a pub ication to be
altern tely breathing the [pint of
two pities or /or a par fin to preach
0 his audience chri/fiamty in the
mornings and pamwfm in the. even
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m'’gi/lrate to name dn, ambaffador
to ft lea difpute with a foreign
nation, and immediate'y to violate
the law\ of crvi'ity, and make moc
'kry of rehg'on, by heaping upon
the fame nati n and its retr, efenta
lives, the vil jl philippics , fcurnlity,
and in a proclamati n for a
day of fa fling and prayer:—Every
Editor who is capable of fearing
ah’Ve the fla’teryof villainy , and
the adulation of folly, has too much
at fake in the con efl of liberty
againfl jlarery , virtue againfl vice,
and truth again ft fophifiry, to admit
of impartiality .
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this work , it will he neceffary to
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of the affairs of the United States,
and introduce Inch documents as will
tend to ilucidate and expefe the ori
gin, prrgrtfs, and farming injlu
| tnce oj that fyflem of miquiy and
| robbery, bribery and opprcjfwn, 1
hypocrify , and mjuflice, which may
be traced Jn m the attempt of Alex -
I ander Hamilton, to palm upon the
| convention a monarchical confuta
tion through the corrupted mazes of
funding and bankng , flock jobbing,
and /peculating fflen.s, down to t ie
' alien and /edition laws, flanding
army and navy of the prefent day.
It is difficult , in purfuing a courfc
of feruhny into the meajurcs of go
vernment, and defigns of men in
office, to draw a line cf dnnarka
twn between legal plunder and per
fonal villainy , public rapine, and
private intrigue; ivluntver the
| nature of enquiry will admit rf ltt
perfonal weoknefs and folly ought to
be lightly touched, but when
officer of government. cennediZ
puthc fraud with private vice at
the fame time , is wallowing tn ' g, e
lap of infamy and revelling m t / l(
pecula’ion of the na'ioval rea/ury
the regard for per Jo fl / char, for
ought to be Jacrificed to public j u L
Being pnjjtfffd of the plan end
principles on which the national
magazine will be conduced it only
remains for the people to be informed
of the particular matter whuh it
will contain , to enable them to deter
mine whether they will or will not
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VIEW of the WORK .
TRJUNR Dedication ; firff, to the
Repub.icans throughout th-- United State-•
leconu, to John A'arm, t lq. prefiden' of
thr United Siatcs ; ai d third, to the
tocrat: generally ; Declaration cf Inde
pendence ; CoiOitunon of 'he Dried
Su es ; Refolulim s cn I Addrefs of me
Lcgilla.ure ofVirgma; R*f Inti rj 0 f
the Lcgiftature ot Kentucky, Mr, Gfotge
Nichoiaj’s defen.c cl their, in a Letter to
hi* friend ; Plan of a Coi Auction -re
fcnied to the Convention, by alevaiuef'
Ha il O' ; a definition ol par ies, o pc<«
I’tical eflcols of the paper Oftem con
fi ered ; a re iew of the revenue f licm
I adopted by the fir ft Congrefi, and an cx m
atrination ° ! it* pernici ns efiVtfts, ia
i thirteen le te j to a friend, by a ci izen,
I (aid to be M-, Finciiev ; the Conliitution
of the kt felt created*’ f ciety, rr the
order of ifu* Cincinnati ; E*trafls fr m
Mr. Adam’s D-feree j from Mr. Gnllat n’s
Sketches of the Finances o» 'he Uni ed
States ; from an Addrefs of Mr Jhi
Page, of RoTc»»el ! , to Ms conlti ueot- j
f-m M . G--e dar’s Sketche ot the Hif- ,
tory of tli c United S atr , Annual Rrgif.
te , and lidiory * f 179'), in which lie
handles vj h as much delicacy as they
j defprvr, many of the blunder*, Ir.cwn*
fluencies, ami cn rmi'ir* ofg vernment.
s3* Sub [captions for the work,
will be rea ived by Ambrose Day,
at the OJfce of the Louijville Guz
(tie. July 5.
M A NUS LEMLE
Has removed his Dry Go d Store, to the
Houle formerly occupied b Tbomas
Collier 8c Co. as a Dry Good Store :
Where he has for fate, cheap for
cajh or produce ,
A handfome Afiortment of
DRY GOODS .
All kinds of Parent Medicinei
and Ciockery Ware, See.
Juft received and for fait,
A colic&ion of RELIGIOUS
BOORS, &.c . See.
At the Off ICE of the LOUJSriLLR GJZ •
£ TT E, cheap for Cajb ,
NIVE pair Gold Ear-Rings
Twelvc pair round G <ld Wires
I Si* G'lf Seals to tell the day of the
S'* S i er Buttle X able*
Si* I’lafed do. do.
Three Silver Tea Caddie Ladle*
Six Plated do, do, do.
Four pair of Silver Bom Buckle*
Six pair of Plated Spur*
Plated Whi s
Four Thouf nd Keedlei
Out groce large Pearl Button*
Cotton or Tobacco will be
received in payment for ibe
JV A N TED,
A few lb«. of
For which a generous price wi> l
• be given , by
? June n.