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Somewhat worn with his editorial 1:
bors on the Wayside, William S. Hilles
baa disposed of that excellent little
weekly to Dr. T. F. Hicks, and proposes
to recruit his health by making the tour
of Europe. W e wish him a pleasant
and r roll table journey.
-, m, I — -
Every Evening comes down on John
O'Byrne in its issue of Saturday by ac
knowledging its own want of indopend
on«e. And thus it purchased Mr.
O Byrne s laudatory articles. Yon
tickle mo and I'U tickle you "was kept
up for an indetimte perio<l by these two
.. ~ , ._■ «
papers; the Commercial coming in ana
forming the tripod of the genial clique,
It now seems*Mr. O'Byrne could stand
it no longer and on Saturday hurled a
hard grenade at both his former part
nors to the stool. It was taken up and
exploded by Every Evening, but our
neighbor of the Commercial, owl like,
seems to have closed its eyes to thelight
which the Advertiser has thrown over the
Gallagher-Croasdale fight.
Senator Anthony reman Ja title
Kelley.
illy Atlantic mul PuciUc.)
Washington, May 9.—Senator Antho
r.ü^uuÄlo^cit^n^HrV.a
Kelley, do not agree in tlier statements
and estimates as to the true condition of
political and social u (fairs in the recon
sti acted States.
Judge Kelle' thinks civil order and
good neighborhood are genera n y estab
bulled; but Senator Anthonv is not sure
about that, and seems likely to doubt
the rose-colored statements that have
been made to this effect. His answer to
questions that have been propounded
to him, is that he does not hud that re
po-e and peace there that he expects,
after so long peace, since the war. The
Northern people told him always that,
except for the military, they had no se
curity of life or yrooerty. And the offi
cers of the army, w»io are neither car
pet-baggers nor natives, told him that
tlicir wives and families were never vis
ited socially by the Southern ladies; nor
did they receive any of the courtesies of
intercourse common to civilization, and
always made the boast of Southerners.
And hence he made up his mind that
the feeling of the South was resentful
at the bottom.
Thus, it appears from Senator Antho
ny's observations that it is "not all gold
that shines." And so he eoncludes, "I
can't soy that I was convinced that the
Southern grievance was ended.**
Ail know that this Senator is one of
our most sagacious and intelligent men
—a statesman of rare good sense, sound
politics, considerate judgment, and far
seeing scope of mind. As a Kepublican,
he is experienced, discreet, and clever.
What, he says, therefore, w ill be receiv
ed with respect ami confidence. Let it
be carefully considered and have its due
effect.
And, therefore, the people of the Uni
ted States are to be made pay taxes to
the tone of one hundred millions a year,
and be kept in perpetual turmoil. Are
the ladies of Philiulelpliiuaml New York
and Boston required to make associates
of officers* wives and families? Are the
poor people of Delaware and other States
o suffer because the ladies of the South
will not recognize those who have boast
ed of placing them on a footing with
• their former slaves? The ladies of the
South deserve credit for their pluck.
They remind iis forcibly of the excellent
women of 177G; and we hope they will
never lose the Spartan courage they
have shown. It would prove as inesti
mable now as it did in the days of Mari
on and Sumter, if an enemy should land
upon our shores. One of the horrid and
scandalous features of the Urant-Sheri
dan war upon the South was that its ob
ject was to break down the free Ameri
can spirit that Patrick Henry, the Lees,
Washington and Jeffe-'son and their com
patriots infused into the people there as
Adams, Warren, Putnam and Hancock
did in New England. If Mr. Anthony
can k ve us no better proof of the fail
ure of Judge Kelley to report the condi
tion of the South rightly, he had as well
kept his tongue. The people begin to
see that the statesmanship of the Re
publican party is that by which mere
boys and women would be governed.
The Daily Gazette.
C. P. Johnson, Editor and Proprietor.
The Daily Gazette is published every af
ternoon, (Sunday excepted,) at 416 Market
Street, aud served by carriers to subscribers
in all parts of tho city and surrounding towns
aad villages, for six cents a week, payable
weekly. Yearly subscribers, $3 in advance.
TUF. ONLY DEMOCRATIC DAILY IN T1IE STATE.
The Delaware Gazette, established in
17si, is tho largest and most flourishing week
ly iu the State, and has a larger circulation,
than any other on the Peninsula. Published
every Thursday afternoon, nt |1 per year, in
advance.
WllJHNLlOal, DKL, MAY 10. 1S7H,
It is now rumored from Washington
that Mr. Fish U about to rotire, and that
Senator C.unoron will ba called to the
State Department. Nothing more likely.
Tho AdminUtration seems to bo deing all
it can to render the government more
contemptable.
" Republican Duty." '
This week's number of Harper's
Weekly contains a two-column article
of interest and significance on the re
sponsibility resting on the Republican
conventions soon to assemble in Ohio
and Pennsylvania. Their action, it
» tys, will deeply affect the Presiden
tial result in 1H7G. Pointing to the re
cord of tlie glorious party and denoun
cing its opponents will not avail. Re
form is wanted which will be shown
by "the hearty condemnation of a
merely selfish control.
If the Repub
lican party tlocs not «how that its bet
ter men and elements control it, the
Presidential election i, already lost.
A majority cf voters can only be re
tained upon one condition—tlie "dis
tinct understanding that IhcThlrdTerm
is to he opposed at any cost, that mili
m
tarj força U to be employed only in
strict subservience to the letter and
spirit of the Constitution," that credi
table appointments only shall be made
and that the office-holding control of
politicians is to be discountenanced.
Promises that this will be done will not
sulllcc, and performance can only be
compelled by individual determination
and action. The President, the arti
cle continues, is the individual who
''could"—the change of tense is evi
dently desigued—"do most for the
party, both by his words and his deeds-"
It has been injured more though his
acts thau his words, even if these acts
arc to bo "attributed to a mistaken
good feeling and a misconception of
the moral obligations of official por
tion," rather than to an ill purpose.
Instance the appointment to high and
honorable place of gentlemen whom
their constituents, who knew them best,
had after trial repudiated. But the
President "will evidently do nothing,"
"waiting for him is mere drifting
and driftlng on a lec ghorc ... "The
^ Qf ^ RcpubUcall party , wit h sll
ougUt n()t t0 bo l eft t0 the
, . _ * Ä
wlum of one man.
thinks it his duty not to say that he
WO uld not stand for a third term til]
thc Kepublican National Convention
asks him to do so, he thinks it his duty
( 0 [j,. e p the Kepublican party in peril
oug nge until tUe con vention
, .... . . ... .. .
meets, and "that is something which
* 3
the Republican party must not permit. »
ihc conclusion ot the whole matter,
then, is that the Republicans of Ohio,
and Pennsylvania in June, and .New
York in September, must declare that
they will not tolerate a third feral can
didacy.
The World concedes frankly that
JJarpa's Weekly has taken up sound
ground against the third term, and
hopes next week to see the interference
of the military force properly repre
bended. The World has occupied that
ground for some years, and its now ad
»itted correctness in apprehending
the drift of events within the Itrpubli
can party encourages it to repeat it 8
...... ...
prediction that "relorm within the
party is an impossibility.— N. Y. World,
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If Mr Grant
GENERAL NEWS.
Ex-Secretary Boric and Mr. George
W. Childs are on a visit to the Presi
dent.
Jacob Baiz bas been recognized by
the President as Consul General of
Salvador in the United States.
The military companies of Washing
ton are preparing fortheCentennial by
the purchase of new uniforms and ac
coutrements.
The jawelery store of Bcnajamin L.
Hood, in Albany, N. Y., was robbed
yesterday afternoon of *15 000 worth
of diamond« wntehea omt
oi uiamsnas, wuieius and oilier valua
OICS.
The printers whostruek at theCliron
ic-le office in Washington, intend to
Start a daily morning paper, and have
bought material for the* purpose—
Ä:,L reC p el , Ve , d »ubstuntial sup
port from the I rioters , Bookbinders
and Pressmen's Unions, and other as
sociations.
An attempt was made on Friday
niglit to burn the trestle bridge of the
Philadelphia and Heading Itailroad,
above Locust Gap, and it was so much
damaged that trains were not run over
it. A teirihle disaster wusuverted by
the presence of mind of a watchman
who went to the nearest telegraph of
dee and notified the morning express
train from Hlmmokin of the insecurity
of the bridge.
At Cleveland, Ohio,yesterday
ieg, a jeweller named Benton went to
liis store, at tlie corner of Seneca and
Superior streets, to wind the watches
and look over the place. When lie op
ened the safe lie wus attneked by two
masked men, one of whom knocked
him senseless. The robbers then rifled
the safe of diamonds and watches,
took a diamond breastpin valued at
*0000 from Mr. Benton's shirt, bosom
and escaped. The value of their booty
has not been ascertained. It is sup
posed that they entered the place
through Jthe cellar during the night.
Mr. Benton was unconscious for two
hours, but his injuries are not serious.
morn
"You tiot 111m, Bosh!'*
Ratlici- a serious incident occurred
at a station on the Hichmoud andllau
vills Itailroad a few days ago. An en
gineer having occasion to back his train
on a siding to take on an extra car, a
negro who^was to do the coupling, got
caught in between the bumpers of the
oil car and the train, and though
seriously hurt, had the breatli
well knocked out of him and
able to move.
not
pretty
was un
Another negro who
saw his predictment crept up to the
engine, and drawing the engineer
aside, faid to him in a confidential
whisper,t"Boss, you got him."
"What?"
"You got him,
dis time. He can't
needer."
Still puzzled, the engineer again de
manded an explanation, when the ne
gro sank Ins voice lower, and giving a
knowing leer, said.
"Boss, I specs you belter run
body seed you," and then disappear
boss, sure cnul
move nor holler
'
re
BO
it
re
Re
a
ed.
About this time the firemen, who
lmd gone back, came lorward and ex
plained matters, but it is evident that
negro No. 2 thought the squeeze was
done on purpose.
WEATHER REPORT.
WashInuon, May 10, 1 A.M.
the
Latlon^ry "umper^re^ZÄy
re- winds backing to southwest and pos
"ikly northwest, and fulling, followed
^ C epf MeaTwcaSeT"'!» 'SSi^UddlS
Atlantic States.
Fenlntula Item».
Wood, in CrilfUld is ffi per cord. I
Danton!" impn>Tem<mU are K ° in * °"
Princess Anne boast« of her beatlti- ■
ful shade trees. ! kupt
Tho sea ion for taking skaJ and cat
■torjr
in
aad
side
the
feat
8 th
four
to
feet
fish is about a|j un c-utl.
The spcellng bee fever is raging in
tho lower part of the Peuiusula.
The Wheat crop in Wlooinuo, con
sidering the backward season, is doing
well.
A new Masonic Temple to cost *4,
000 or #5,(WO is to bu oractod iu C'rls
fleld.
Oyster buyers on the Nantieok
making preparations to plant largely
this season.
Mr. Wm, K. Emen on lias purchased a
half interest in the steam saw-mill loca
ted at Denton Bridge
About one hundred new volumes wi 1
bi added to the Salisbuiy Circulating
Library during this month.
About six hundred thousand bills
have been planted iu watermelon sce«l,
inTyaskin District, Wicomico county.
Wm. Q. llyrd, of Crisfield aged 19, is
shortly to marry MU Susan Worm, aged
18.—This U an instance were the early
Byrd caught the Worm.
Farmers aro busily engaged in plow
ing for com. Owing to the heavy rains
the majority have not been able to plant.
Some, however, wlrp live on high ground
have succeeded in planting.
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A New Article of Commerce.—
The Brome, (Ua.) Commençai says that
at Hcsaca, where one of the hardest
fought buttles of the war took place,
there is a merchant, a part of whose
business it is to collect the leaden bul
lets that are scattered over the tragic
Held, lie employs a good many chil
dren, who ure steadily engaged iu col
lecting these bullets,lor which be pays
them five cents per pound. These bul
lets he ships to Baltimore, where lie
sells them at seven cents. He has al
ready collected and shipped 10,000
pounds, and has now on hand about
2,000 more pounds.
Ueo. Spangler, of Maueli Chunk,
supposed to be of unsound mind, has
been missing for two weeks. II« liad
a large sum ot money and valualilu pa
pers in his possession when lie disap
peared.
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MOT ICES.
OTICE—DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
SHIP.-— The co-partnership heretofore
«existing betw een J. A. Wilson and John Spal
lane, trading under tho firm name of J. A.
VV ilson A Co., is this «lay dissolved by mutual
consent by the withdrawal of John Hpallaue.
J. A. WILSON,
JOHN HPALLANE.
N
May 10, 1875.
The buslncHS will bo continued and eon
ducted under the same name at the old stand,
"Wilmington Soap Works, Third street, be
tween Mpruce and Church.
J. A. WILSON,
II. CHANDLER,
Wilmington, Del., May 10, 1875.
OT,CI! —All members °l tho Improved
^ Order ol Reit Meu »ro reijueotcd to ««■
se mLlo at tlio Wigwam, 415 Market otreet,
un W'cdncsday next at 7.30 P. M.
, k —;-:- 5 -—
N Ä«
a State license for the present year, (1875) that
tile same IB «lue and payable on the 1st of
ftÏÏS!.""''"' tÜ ' > 1,,:ttCa
JOHN 1\ SPRlNtitU, Clork,
AtNowCaatto.
m. a. j. sprinoek, Doputy,
mays-lm RVJ W. Second bt., WUunugtou.
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N OTICE— CENTRAL LOAN ASSOCIA
TION.—The Fourth Annual Meeliug
will be held at their room, No. 404 Market
street, on Fruluy evening next, the 14th lust.,
at 7.3u o'clock. An election for Officers au«i
Directors will be held, ami the Auditors will
submit their annual
mayiu-5t
•port. Attest,
D. T. UAWKLVs, gec'y.
8,11,12
OTICK.—The co-partnership heretofore
existing between William «.roes, Charles
Green and William W'ilson, Jr., under the
firm name of William Green A Co., is this
day «lissolved by mulual consent. Either to
sigh In liquidation.
N
WILLIAM GREEN,
<11 ARLES GREEN,
WM. WILSON, Jk.
Wilmington, May, 1, 1875.—liu*
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.—.School Commit
tees of New Castle County aro hereby
notified to meet tho Auititor of actxmnts at
New Castle
tho 12th, 13th and Ulh of May
to settle their accounts, us follows:
Muy 12, Districts 1 to do.
" 13, •• 3U to 60.
• «0 und upwards.
N. PRATT, Auditor.
may 1 -2 ta w& w to 14
Nkw Castle & French town Torn*-)
pike A Railuoad Company, J
April 27th, 1875. >
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of
lid« Company and an election of Directors,
will take place at tho office of the Company,
in Now Castle, on THURSDAY, the 13th day
of May next, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
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A. HOKNFR, Sec'y
OT1CE.—Tho annual meeting of the
Stockholders of tho Mechanic's Loan
Association will be held at their rooms N. E
Corner Third and Market streets, on MON
DAY Evening, May 10th, at 7.30 P. M.
mayl-7t WM. J. MORROW, Sec'y.
No. 417 French
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OCNU MEN'S LOAN ASSOCIATION.—
Y Shares m the Third Series, first pay
ment June 10th, may be had by applying
Thos. Y. de Normandie, President, No. ;
Market street, or to
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to
a it
T. E. YOUNG, Bec'y.
\TOTICE.—The undersigned would respect
if fully inform their friends ana the pub
lic generally that they bave formed a co part
nership under the firm name of Wise&Wel
din, for the transaction of the Wholesale and
Retail Lumber Busmess. Having taken the
old stand formerly occupied by us, at the
south sido of Market street Bridge, we pro
pose keeping constantly on hand a full assort
ment of Seusoned Lumber, to which we in
vito your attention, and solicit your patron
age. .JOHN WISE.
C. WESLEY w EL DIN.
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T AKE NOTICE.—The Collectors of city
and school taxes have remove«! their
office from Fourth street market house to No.
8U East Ulh street, over the Treasurer's ofllsc.
Those who have not settled their city taxes
must attend to it soon, as our term is out and
we are going to close out the business.
ALEX. CHANDLER.
WM. 8TILIJËY,
npr20-lw
Collectors.
N OTICE.—Mechanic« Loan A«sociation,
fifth scries—300 shares iuthoUfth series
of this Association aro now for sale, first pay
ment to bo made the second Tuesday in May.
Apply to ,W. J. MORROW, ttec'y,
mar24tf No. 417 French street.
JJURK UR0URD RAW BONK
Furnished by car in loto of fivo ton* and
upwards, or smaller ouaatiiieo from »tore
l'orUeo ordering early will get all the oenehu
of the lowest prloee.
Aleo. materiale for manufacturing Pho»
phatee. alwaje < n hand. Price, ae low ae
the lowest, quality ne good aa the heat Or
der» and mquuiea by mall promptly attended
J- A. CRANBT0»,
f clil»wtoiel Newport. Del.
tu.
QP TO HULUN'« tor your
Snuff.
SHERIFF' S SALES.
at
SUEBItF'S SALE.
OELAWAllE HOUSE, No il 1 MARKET l-T.
kupt by Ueo. W.Orllip. In the City ofWil
Winston. Now i ««I« County. Delaware, on
TUURSDAY.
THE 1»TH DAY Of MAY. 187,.
At 2 o'clock. P; M..
The followint dessribed Real Kpttito. via ;
All that certuin lot of land Willi u threo
■torjr brick dwelling house thereon, situated
in the city of Wilmington, aforesaid, bonmUd
aad d won bed a.-» follows, to wit:
Beginning at the easterly side of Madison
street, between 8th and nth streets, at the
distance of seventeen feet from the northerly
side of 8th street ami at the centra of the
party wall between this ami the adjoining
Louse on the south, thence easterly through
the centre of sa id wall und parallel to HU
street seventy-two feet to a corner, thence
northerly parallel to lladison street sixteen
feat to a corner, thence westerly parallel to
8 th street through the centra of n two feet
four inch wide alley between this ami the a I
joining house on the north aoventy-two feet
to the aforesaid easterly side 1>f Madison
street, and thence thereby southerly sixteen
feet to the place of beginning, bo the con
tents thereof what they may, with the free
ami privilego of tho sumo ullcy with
titled thereto.
in
others on
Seized and taken Into execution as the pro
perty of Edmund G. .Springer and Kale
Springer, liU wife, and William A. Turner.
Tratte« of the saiu Edmund G. Springer, aud
to bo sold by
WM. II. EAMBSON, Sheriff.
Sheriff'« Office, New Castle, \
April 22d, A. D. 187*.
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Ml t ill I B41.E
Y virtue of h writ of Levari I*»ciik to n.o
directed, will he expoicd t > P ih ie Sale,
B
at the
DELAWARE UUUtiE. No 513M a KKKT 3T .
in the City of Wilmington, iu New Castle
County, Delaware, kept by G*o \\ . Or.lip,
on
TliURSIDAY.
THE 13th DAY OF MAY. 1876.
at 2 o'clock, P. M.
The following described Rea Estate, vie:
All that certain lot or piece of land with
brick measuugo thereon, «ituate iu the city of
Wilmington,aforeeaid, bounded undUvacribe
a« follow«, to wit
Beginning at the intersection of the
southerly side of Eighth street and the cn
erly side of Madisou street, thence aloiw
aide of Madison «licet t><
degrees west cighty-one feet to the northerly
Hide of a four feet wide aller, thence ulong
said alley side south fifty-eight degrees east
parallel with 8th street liliy-four feet to a
slake, thence northerly thirty-two degrees
east parallel with Madison street eighty-ouu
feet to said side of eighth «treet, and Ihene.o
west U(tv

d
her! y thi
thereby north lifty-eight «legre
four feet to tho place of beginning, he the
contents thereof more
Ex«:eptiug anil reserving thereout, all that
piece or pared of luud "beginning at a point
tho easterly side of Madison street, at the
distance of 32 feet 6 inches from the «outlier
ly side of bill street, thence along said side
of Madison street southerly 48 feet 6 inches
to the soîltherlv side of a 4 feet wide alley,
thence along said alloy side easterly parallel
with bill street 54 feet to a stake, thence
northerly parallel with Mudison street 48 feet
6 inches to a stake, and thence westerly par
allel with Eighth street 54 feet to the place of
begiuumg."
Soixed and taken into execution as tho pro
perty of Kdrnund G. Spring'r ujni Kate
Springer, hin wife, aud William A. Junior.
Trustee., aud to be sold by
less.
WM II. LAMBS0K. SLorilf
Sheriff's Office. New Cast'e»
April 22. A. D. 1 h7'>.
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SHERIFF'» «A1-K
B y virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa., to tnc direct
ed, will be exposed to Public Sale,on tho
premise« N. W. Uorntrof East Eighth street
and It. It., in Wilmington, New Castle County,
Del., on
FRIDAY.
THE 21et DAY OF MAY, A. D., 1875,
At 10 o'clock. A., M .
The following described personal property
vis:
Engine and builor, Roller, shears, punches,
hammers aud dies, saw, slotting machine^
grindstone, 2 bolt machines, « cast iron UnkrA
spiral machine, fan blower, shifting pulleys.
Imiting. ft«j. ; emery grinder, old engine and
boiler, lot of tools, furnaces, manufactured
aud unfinished slock, patterns, office fixtures,
horse, wagon aud harness, Ac., being the en
tire stock and fixtures of tho ubovo named
premises.
bei zed and taken into execution
the pro
perty of William II. Schoen, aud to ho sold by
WM. U LAMBSON, bheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle,
April 24, A. D. t 1875.
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MlKItlFfr'S »ILF.
writ of Levari Facias, to
ill be exposed to Public
B y virtue of a
m* directed, wi
Sale, at the
DELAWARE HOUSE. No 611 MARKET ST.,
kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, in the City of Wil
uinslon, New Castle County, Delaware, on
THURSDAY,
lilTH DAY OF MAY, 1875,
At 2 o'clock. P. M.,
Tho following described real estate, viz :
All that certain lot of land and three story
brick dwelling house thereon, situate in the
y of W ilmlug tun
follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the westerly side
of Jefferson street «listant eeventy-sev
from the northerly side of Delaware Avenue
at its intersection with said JclTcrboii street,
thence northwardly along suid side of Jef
ferson street twenty-nine feet and six inches
to a point, thence westwardly und parallel
with Twelfth street ono hundred feet to a
point, tlienee southwardly und narallnl with
Jefferson street twenty-uluo feet and six
inches to a point, and thence caslwardly und
parallel with Twelfth street one hundred
feet to tho phice of beginning, be tho con
tents thereof what they may.
Bcized and taken into execution as tlio pro
perty of Edmund G. .Springer and lv
Springer,, his wife, and 1.1., und to bu cold by
^ « WM. il. LAMBbON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. New Castle,
April 22. A. i). 1375,
, bounded aud described
as
feet
ate
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OFFICE
NO. 416 MARKET STREET,
WILITTNOTOW
WE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
Plain and Pane] Job Printing,
Birxti HElA.riS,
ae
POSTEES-
- CIRCULARS, DODGERS, 4c,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH
»r* " ,JUua,d
•IT Sedumiaa. himia
SHERIFF'S SALES.
NllKHIFt'S SALB.
Ity virtue of a writ of Al»- Levari Facta* to
me directed, will be exposed to Public bait,
at tliu
HOTEL OF JACOB HYATT,
in Newport, in Christiana Hundred, New
Cattle county, Delaw
;, on
SATURDAY,
THE 22*1 DAY OF MAY, 1876,
ut 2o'clock, P. M.,
The following described real estate, viz:
All those two tracts of land situate In Mill
Creek Hundred, which uro particularly
bounded
No. I, Beginning at au old stone in I lie new
d, a corner of hinds of J'hillp C. Wilson,
thence up the middle of mini road north
degree and 2-» minutes west 18 chains au«l54
links to tho middle of the turnpike, thence
along the middle of said turnpike north M
degrees and S minutes, west lu chains and 27
links to the middle of the cross road, thence
along said cross roa l smith 49 degrees ami 18
minutes, west 7 chains amt 73 links to a cor
ner in the middle of said road, thvnce by
lands of Thomas Jncksou, these two next
courses, to wit: north 4'J 1 , degrees west 12
chums ami 73 links to a stone, aud south 07
degrees ami 2u minute« west 8 chains audit
links to a utono inan old Hue of land formerly
of Jonnihuii \\ llson, theueo down suhl old
liuo partly by lauds of «lasher II. Dixon,
south three degree« eiut 21 chains and 6ti
links to a corner ou the southeast side of the
Vullcy road, adjacent to lunds now of George
.Springer, thence by the last lia red lands
these next following nine courses, namely:
North iU>4 degrees, east ono chain amt 33
liuks to a stone, «oiilli 50 degrees ami k5
minutes, cast lu chsins to a corner, south 47
degrees anti 43 minutes, east seven chains and
87 links to a corner, south 43 degreeseud one
chain and Sit links to the corner of a dam,
north 1<> degrees cost two chains and 8-i links
to a stake, north 38 degrees and 20 minutes,
east live chains ami two links to a stuke,
north 32 degrees ii
30 link
<1 five minutes east 3 chums aud 7
«t ike, and north 86 degrees and
ir>t live chniuH and 28 links to
middle of the new road afore
said. thence up the same north one degree
and 23 minutes west one chain tvid 81 links to
the place of beginning,
«ix acres und sixty-two perches of land, be
the same more or less.
No. 2, a trad of woodland beginning at
old corner «lone adjoining lands of James
Dixon aud other land» ol' sunt John G. Juck
son, thence by the lust named lands south 66
degrees and 1<> minutes east 18 chains aud 8
liuks for a corner, thence by lauds of said
Thomas Jackson these next three courses
III 2'.» degrees 40 minutes, went 4
«lake south 7u de
nial 47 minutes west 2 chums ami 36
to a stake, and north 89 degrees and 12
imites west II chains und H links to a cor
•h Dixon*«4 aii< 1 atoresnid,
• I line north two degrees west
el 7 link» to tho place ot begin
follows, namely:
d dcsciibcd
<1 3<J
mules east three
au old «tone, north 47
etuilliH *
degrees
link« to
live niiuulc*
-imiiiiniug eighty
chains
huks
links t
ner in a line of .1
thence bv
12 chain * ;
ing lhni.ee
la
ling,
f ! :
lOPH.
•ruth
Seized aud ink
perty of >101111 G
w if«*, and to be sold by
tile pro
ii aud hli/ubeth, his
;
\N M. II. LAMBSoN, «herifl.
stle.
ShorilT « Office, New
at M o 4 . A. b. IS
aiiiyf*-2tawtji.
M F. W All! Ell TIS EM ES ï S.
F. DFKMIA!H*M
TUK BINE
Ê
iWaler Wheel
•lccted, 4 years ago
unit pul to work iu the U. S.
Potent Office, li. C., and has
proved to be tlic best. 1»
ices lower
any other Unit-class
, Pa.
\\
Wut. sue* made.
K; till
I ill let« fro«*.
N. F. BURNHAM, Y
*
wheel. 1'j
fT pT A WEEK to Agent« to sell
4 ticltf Hu/eaOle us Hour.
« free Addresa BUCKEYE
CO., Marion, Ohio.
1* rollt« un
*aekag
mens
M'F'l
thing for AGENTS.
Article to ho sold nay« splendidly.
Prime necessity in every family. Inidies rnukw
large commission« iu selling. Agents report
iinmenHu suies. Article light, elcguntly put
up; circulars given free to help «ale«. VVrite
;o to Jäh. M. STliWAHT, Franklin, Mass.
SAFE
OMETHING NEAT & P.RTTf.
s
-+0
FANCY VISITING CARDS, with name neat
ly printed, for 3(i cents, or
20
SNOWFLAKE
for 30 cents. By mail,
P. CAMPBELL, Now
Co., N. Y.
MA RULE Cards, with name
Address,
.cbuuou Centre, Col.
.paid.
a
».
CANCER CURE.
INFALLIBLE AND HAFF.
Cancer drops out by the roots, and leaves
scarcely a star. Entirely unknown to the
profession. To any
Ohio—1 will send, for $1, prescription and
full «lirectiotiM. Ten Ckntm
to take out .'»«Ml » ■
I w ill g
afflicted— outside
ill buy enough
omu to me and
is. < If
J. O. LACER,
ver, Miami County, Ohio.
per day ut homo, terms true. Ab
•Ire.-H Gko, SriNBON & Co.. Portland,
$77
A WEEK KuarMuL««*d to MhIo
and l eui ilc Ago.its. iu their
locality. Costs NOilllNGlo
try it. Particulars free. P.
VICKERY .V 00., Anguitu. A1 line,
Canvassers I ÄÄ,*
and AgenlsU
ticulars, Box
ew Loudon, Ct.
.'>,
AC TiVE
Reliable men in every State and county
take tlio general agency for a now and salea
ble article, whereby
'.oiuo of
§2,000 to §5000
a year can be had with a few hours* work
daily. Only energetic men need answer.
Particulars free. Address A. M. AGENCY
144 S. Fourth bt., Philadelphia.
A DVKKTISKk* send 25 cts. to GEO.
Rowell & C<»., 41 Park Row, N. Y. t
their Eujhty.paij t Pamph/it, showing cost
advertising. aprlu-.tawlm
IRON IN THE BLOOD
J'lRPEkltVlAN
hf lt U P \ indices
J?' 1 .knriohes
hlnod, lone. 1 up
Ssstoai, Blinda
,'he brnkm down
Cures Dj-tpepala
1 Mobility. Drop
«V, Chill, und
Kevero, Chi-unlc
Dl**r»icr«, Nerv*
on* Affretloii*.
Molls, Humors*
U11 . Bbe»«!« Ut the
Kldiu-ys and Bladder, Ftmul« Coiu
plnliifN, Ac.
'I houH irulrt have been changed by lho
of tuts remedy fro*
0
0
ak. sickly, suffering
creature*, tostronv, heul thy, happy limn and
women : and inv »lids cannot rots »nubly hea
»tato to give it a ti ini.
Cituliou —p
VIAN ^YRUP'MnoI yj.ViÄkST«
by dealers generally.
A 32- pnge pamphlet, containing a treatise
on Iron us a medical auent, and other valua
bio pauor3. testimonial a from distinguished
Physician«, clergymen and othors, will
«•»t/r« U) »ny iddrew. SKTU w. f'OWLK
A SON, Proprietors. 86 Harrison
Boston.
Avenue.
nov7deo wly.
1 Directors
^i\i^ ? * j 8 ^}uti°n have this day
hiÏt CU<1 ° f f'. ,ree ,Mir C<,nt * i0 * l,
r thnfr WoV w * ,ft y abl(J to tho Stockholders
ï-îïi i c «« 1 representatives, on and after
tho 20th lust., cloar of all taxes. Bv ordor
BMk.1 SmjxMi, Uhiet -

8 -w«
JgXCUMION
Creodmooi- Park,
TL« Aabury M. K. Subbath __
School, will make an Ëxcur«li>ii iriJC
on tb« »Uamboal, Ariel, «-«a
ON THUK8DAY, .11 nk lOTii,
to Creedmoor Park, a now dcliirhltiii
on tire llelaw ure, » unira above l'iulii'ldij
Tickbt»-AUuIU, KO OU.; Children »>,',1
inuy4-5t ' H
TO
«reit rail, in him;
In orlcrjto 111 . 1*0 ro.„u for the.Spting;si ( , c l
.1 »■> »«.>.. t I
«in «ALL tl - 111, , , I
TOB'era for the rainsin.lor of tlia,
best opportunity to scour« DURABLE ,
111
WELL MADE
CLOTHING
AT PRICKS NEVER REFOHK KN0K
TVs» «o lds are a.a.10 of the ban cletU
the »trength o! tho sewing on il.e lt j. !
equalled anywhere, lu got
Heal Bargains
Now ifl the time.T Quick Hale* and ^ujm! 1 hr
fit* it our luoito. "
JOSEPH BOW.
<16 Market Strcti.
below 4th. Wilmimitui
On«* don
Un2T74«rtf
. ul
Remnanlsi Remnants!
REMNANTS!
Of Ticking, CheaJ
BE\1XAN FS OF TH/KINu,
only 18cts., regular price »Heu.
CHILDREN*« ALL LINEN
COLLARS,
SAll.b
,ly Ö civ.
LADIES' CHINTZ WRAPt'Ett*,
at $1.23.
SD PEhlOlt HAND MADE COHHK'I*
only 38 cf«.
LADIES' SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
only 4ii ela.
TIES. TIES. TIES
s
largest aud Cheapest stock In Delaware. I
BEST WORSTED BULL IN KuLNUkI
only 20 cts., per yard. |
YAK, YAK. YAK LACES,
from 20 cts., up.
NECK RUFFLE4,
down to 4 cts each [
LADIES' SUITS IN GREAT VARIETY)
DOM RATIO PAPKK PATTERNS. |
Don't fail to visit the new store and secure
the burgiuns. J dirge «toek, low price«.
JOHN WAlNwKIUHT.
apr2U-«'od£\vly 312 Market St.
E
ti
CKANB SQDAIIK A NU ITUIhll l
PIANOS
Have received upwards of Fifty First Die,
MiUMn, and aro among the best now
Every Instrument fully warranted for i.ve
years. F rlees a« low as the exclusiv
the very best uAilerials and the most thorough'
workmanship will permit. Tho nriuu)*».
piauinls und composers, and the pmno-ijur
chaalug public of the .South especially, iiuiie
m tho unanimous verdict of tho HUperioril) <•(
the bTiKF'P Piano. Tho Durability ol our
instruments 1« fully established by bixiy
.Schools and Colleges in the booth, using ov«r
3uo of our Pianos.
'c
ü!
bole wholesale agent« for several «-f the
principal manufacturers of
Cabinet and Parlor Organa
Prices from $3o to $600.
A liberal discount to Clergymen and b^b
bath .Schools.
A large assortment of sec
at price« ruuglng from to f:W0, ul v/ays a
baud.
Send for lllnetratod catalogues, contain^
tho names of over '2,000boutheruera wliu luv*
bought aud are using the HtiefT Piano.
CHAN. W. ITIEFF,
Wurerooins, No. b North Liberty St,.
Baltimore, MJ
Factories, 84 and 8« Camden St., and 45. ul
4 1 Perry street. UArI7-*75dlJ
Prof. F. Blciigu, Agent for Wilmington^
-hsnd Pianos
THE STOCKWELL
Self-Lighting Gas Burmr. |
Diploma Awarded by American Institute,^
Friction Matches St/ri'LANiiro
For Gas Lighting Purposes.
Instant Lighting by the ordinary tuntOl
tho key.
PRINCIPLE — REPEJTINQ PERCUSSION
The trouble, inconvenience aud ftnooySDC*
occasioned by the use of Friction Matche
Gas Lighting avoided. The destruction ol
property by the careless and accidental me
of matches (amounting to millions annually:
can he effectively prevented.
A NEW INVENTION
Simple, Convenient, Perfect.
Adapted to Manufacturing Establishments
Hotels, Public Buildings, TUeambrmts, ltsil
road Cars, «tores, Bunks, Offices Dwolliutf
Houses and wherever Gas is used.
For Bale by Gawthrop *t Bro.. Gas Fitters,
415 Market street ; W. S. Watt, Gas Fitter, HW
Market street, and by Hardware Dealers in
Wilmington. apr&
*
8 in
of
9
£JANIKL MoOUtiKKK.
No.l216 WEST SECONDX8TItKKf.
Wilmington, Delaware,
Would beg leave to call the attention of tb**
citiz ens of Wilmington and the siirroundlnK
country to his large stock of good« consisting
of Men's, Women'« and Children's
BOOTH and HliOHlH
of all size«, and of the best makes, which he
will sell lower than tho same goo«l« c
bought in the city, so call and examine lu»
lafigo stock of Boots and Shoes before pur
chiming elsewhere, as you will be convinced
' his low prices. Remember
bo
u
il
the place, 21 6
marl7wAtleodfm DANIEL NoCUSKKH
West Hecond street.
A. D. ARMSTRONG,
TAILOR,
of
10
No. 211 Orange Street.,
WILMIMJT0N. DEL.
A»-01otl»ln, Cut, Mad« and Bepalred t#
Ordw. suLjtWmrt

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