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The General Assembly. Specially reported for the Gazette. SENAT«. Devint Del., Feb. 32, 1877. , R «: T ruK"ÄSÄ 0 " incton. Mr. Fiddemau gave notice of au act to vacates certain road and lay out a new one in Kent county. Dr. Sharp introduced a bill to reincor poratetheSt. Joseph's Beneficial Society of Brandywine, Delaware which was read. Senate met at 10 a. m. Mr. non to The bill to divorce J. P. Robinett was read a' taecond time and referred te special lttee consisting ot Messrs. Ray, Causey and Harrington. Mr. Causey introduced a bill to exempt certain articles of personal property whioh was read. M r. Causey gave notice of an act author izing Geo. F. Morris, to sell certain real estate belonging to his ward. Also a bill to la in Sussex conuty. On motion of Mr. comm y out a new public road Cansey the House bill to amend chapter 86, volume 15, Delaware Laws. On motion of Mr. Ray the House bill ro authorize the Recorder of Deeds in New Castle county to make a certain in dex was read. On motion of Mr. Cansey the Honse bill to amend chapter 34 of Revised Code was read. On motion of Mr. Sharp ley the act to 1 Qoorpurate the Wilmington clab, was read. On motion of Mr. Fiddeman the bill to amend chapter S3 of Revised Code, was read. On ruoton of Mr. Sbarpley the Honse bill supplementary to tha act in relation ro btiikllng of wharves in the City of Wil mington was read. • >n motion of Mr. Fiddeman the House bill to amend chapter 190, volume 15, Delaware laws, was read. On motion of Mr. Fiddeman, theHouse bill to re-incorporate the town of Dover; was read. Mr. Davis gave notice of an act to amend the charter of tbe Farmer's Mu tual Fire insurance Company of St. George's, and Appoquinimink Hun dreds. Mr. Davis,from Committee on Corpor ations reported the bill tu incorporate tho Benedictine Order of the Sacred Heart, which was taken up, read a third time and passed. On motion of Mr. Sbarpley, the House bill authorizing tbe Levy Court of New Castle county to pay Benj. F. Townsend 118,000, was read and under suspension of rules was read a second time und re ferred to committee consisting of the members from New Castle countv. Apjourned. AKTKBVOON SE8S Senate met at 3 p. m. Mr. Day, Clerk of the House, presented a resolution invitinfr tbe Senate te tbe Hall of tbe House of Bepresentatives to hear Washington's Farewell Address read. On motion of Mr.Fiddeman the Senate took a recess and went to hear the address read. At 5:50 the Senate returned to its Chamber and proceeded with its busi io Mr. Fiddeman presented a joint reso lution in relation to the Standard Scales .n the Secretary of State's office which was read and adopted. Mr. Davis, from committee on Corpo ration reported back the House bill mer ging into the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore railroad company, and the New Castle, Wilmington and French town Railroad companies, which was taken up, read a third time and passed. He also reported the House bill to in corporate the purchasers of the Wilming ton and Reading railroad which was ta ken up, read a third time and passed. He also reported a bill to incorporate rhe purchasers of the Wilmington & Western railroad, which was taken up, read a third time and passed, On motion the Senate adjourned until 9 o clook to-morrow morning. HOUSE. Yhe House met at 10 a. m. Mr. Burnite offered a resolution ad journing the House nntil 10 o'clock to morrow. Lost. Mr. Morris offered an additional rule lor the government of the House, creat ing an order of husiness, road an referred to a special committee of three. On motion of Mr. Burnite, Mr. Hol comb was requested to read Washington's h arewell Address to the House at 3 o' docs this afternoon. Petitions for Local Option were pre sented by .Messrs. Wright and Burnite. Mr. Brown presented a petition for a new road in North Murderkill Hun dred. Mr. Speaker presented a petition for repeal of Stock Laws. Thompson petitioned for an act to chapter 380, volume 1 Laws of Mr. amend Delaware. The following bill, were introduced and read. By Mr. Holcomb an act to amend the charter of the city of New Castle. An act limiting the power of road mismoners to collect road tax. By Mr. Bird an act to re-incorporate the town of St. George's! 1 By Mr. Burnite an act to lay out a pub lic:road in North and South Murderkill Hundred, Keut County|near Canterbury. »An act amending the charter of the town of Felton. By Mr. Wright au act limiting the time when debts not of record shall be leins against real estate of deceased persons. By Mr. Thompson an act transferring the home and man-iion farm of G, W Hersy. from School District 46 to District 51 in Sussex couüty. By Mr. Ware an act to confirm an or dinance and vacate parte of Spruce, Wal nut and Second streets, of Wilmington. On motion of Mr. Burnite an aht to amend Section 2, chapter 5. of Revised -n!ki r f»^ a third time and passed. This bill relates to distribution of Chan eery reports. tollowing bill were given notice com Messick, an aetto amend chan ter 192 volume 15, Delaware Laws, 1 By Mr. Robinson an act and requiring School District No!*"Sin? f jx county tu raise $300. By Mr. Wright, an act to amend the act gulating the sale of spirituous liquor By Mr. Holcomb, an act to amend an act to amend chapter 7 of Revised Code IJ74 ' ** pubIi8hed ln amended Code of K On motion of Mr. Holcomb, the Senate omt resolution dircting the State Treas urer to reinvest certain money for the benefit of the school fund. On motion of Mr. Holcomb, an act for tae redemption ot State bonds, was read a third time and passed. On motion of Mr. Bnruite, the name of the speaker was inserted in the resolution directing the reading of Washington's 1 arewell Address; in lieu of Mr. Hol comb s,Mr. Cachran presented a petiti v m .^PP 0f l u i n >raink Hunered, asking that the collector} of taxes should receive H per cent ou collections. Adjourned. : <• I HOUSE. AFTBRNOON SESSION. The House met at 3 o'clock, p. m On motion of Mr Burnite the Senate vai invited to tho Hous » to hear Wash ngton'8 farewell address read. The in —re- d the Senate vitatii m to mi ap tile On motion of Senator Fiddeman tbe the joint convention was Speaker Marlin for the manner in whiuh be rand the address. The folicv ing bills were givennolice I ''''•By Mr Holcomh of a supplement to chapter 418. vol. 14. Delaware Laws. I By Mr. Morris, An netto repeal chap, 184, eurrent volume Delaware Laws, entitled of mechanics liens, and An act to amend An not securing to mechanics payment tor labor, materials Ac., in building or repairing buildings Ac., By Mr. Wars, An sot to amend chap. 73, Section 13 Revised Statutes of Dela ware entitled of the city of Wilming ton. The following hills were introduced and read: By Mr. Wright. An set to repeal chap. 183, vol. 15 Delaware Laws, and An an act in relation to the collection of school taxas for Dover public schools. By Mr. Were, a further supplement to the act for the benefit of the publia schools of Wilmington. The following bills were given notion of: By Hr. Thompson An act to repeal chapter 389, vol. 14 Delaware Laws. By Mr. Nicholson An aot authorising the Governor to offer rewards foi orim - ina'a, Ac. By Mr. Taylor an not in relation to the Murphy mill dam situated partly in Kent and partly in New Castle county. The following bills were passed: A further supplement to An act estab Jishing n College for Agrioultufal end Mechanic Arts. An sot to repeal Seetion 13 of Chapter 390, vcl. 13, Delaware Laws, and An act to divoroe Sollte J. Wright from her hus band. Mr. Holcomb offered n resolution strutting the Committee on Ways and Means to report a bill to provide for the negotiation at par, of State bonds to tbs amount of 8500,000, payable in 10 years, to bear interest at 5 per cent, to be used for the redemption of the bonds of 1865. read and laid on the table. Adjourned until 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. thanks of dered to ten able in OPENING! Spring and Summer Dress Goods. BLACK SILK, our specialty' English Walking .1 acquits, spring WEAK, FRENCH POULARD, FRENCH A IRISH POPLIN, SHAWLS, CASSIMERE, WATER-PROOFS, TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS. M. L. LICHTENSTEIN, 226 Market Street, WILMIGGTON. I I Do not Fail to Visit HI GREAT TO IGF I ADAMS & BRO. 500 Market St. ELAWARE CARPET HOUSE, MARKET STREET, ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DEL The cheapest place in the city to buy year D CARPETS OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WINDOW SHADES Henry Greebe's, 309 MARKET ST. woven to order at lowest market rates. N . B—Rag Carpet shortest notice and It ENTERPRISE COAL OS EPH FOUT B-eoeivlng dally snipments of his superloT^nterprlse Coal. Persons in want of Coal should give him a call, as fresh mined caol 1« always better than that whick has been stprod over win Is m ter. —OFFICE Water and Orange Sts. JOSEPH FOUT. feb3-5m COAL! COAL! Arctic Coal und Ice Co., OkFICg— No.2 EAST SECOND 8TRKETJ Have the best Coal In the market and e selling at very low rates. Call and see Guaranteed full weight (2240 lbs.) J. B. CONROW A SON octt7-6m Now is the Time TO BUY YOtJR STOVES ? AND GET YOUB Heaters Put in Ordei. I have just reduced tho price of all Conk ing Parlor and Heating rftovoa to suit the hard times, Call and see the prices before you buy. ». HORKIMSON, Cor. Tbfrd |*nd 8hlpi rj • fs N. B,—Beaters Cheeper than ever tOTi*W THE RELATIONS OK MOTHER AND DAUGHTER. Cue lady begs that mothers make con fidantes of tbair daughters. What neces sary information has a mother to impart aside from the laws of her daughter's health? Nonel But It should b« her duty to guard and preserve the innocence and purity of her daughter, and she will have the satisfaction of seeing that she is as pure a woman as she was a girl, and not that the effort to appear innocent while young lady waa such a task tbatshe hails iage as a happy release. The mask off, and the woman sinks all the ef fort which that mask cost her. And these are the characteristics of three-fourths our young girls and married ladies.Other knowledge will come with the need. the mother cannot be with her to give it, the only other person to accept it from her family physician, some one, "would not you rather a friend would talk on such matters than a doctor? No, ma'am! When I consult him I pay him tor it, aud whenever I meet him again he does not presume upon that con sultation, dragging such subjects into the conversation. Besides, physicians treat such matters with a delicacy which should suggest itself to those women who scatter scandal as profusely as the former scatters seeds. Another writer introduc es her hobby in such an independent manner that one might use It in writing a recipe of some wholesome dish. But behold! She is telling us that she parted from reserve and modesty "long before she was out of her teens," also giving her experience in that "old, old fashion" which originated with Adam and Ere.— Honte Comer. Chicago Iribunr. marri falls What!" says pHILIP MEYER, Vinegar Manufacturer, 403 P*plar Bt Pure Older Vinegar at 25 oents per gallon; also, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Peach Butter, and Pepper Sauce of tbe best quali #ieel2-dly Earthenware Manufactory COR. OF ORANGE * WATER STS., WILMINGTON, DEL. I keep constantly on hand a füll assort CROCKERY WARE, made In the best maimer, and sold at prices to suit the times. Also Yard Vases, Hanging Va se«, Gardeners' and Green House Pots. All articles In my line made to order at short notice. GEORGE ZEIGLER. nov6-6m »«• ty. ment of MEDICAL. JUDGMENT OF TIIE PEOPLE. Durlng the past eight years the public have carefully observod the wonderful cures accomplished by ALLEN'S Htrkngtüeninü Cordial. From Us use many an offllctod sufferer has been re stored to perfect health after having ex pended a small fortune In procuring medi cal advice and obtaining poisonous medi cines. Its medical properties are alterative tonic, solvent und diuretic. There Is no disease of the human system for which Al len's HtrknotJiknino Cordial cannot bo used with perfect safety. ALLEN'S Strengthening Cordial WILL CURE HCROFULA, SCROFULOUS HUMOR. It will eiadlcate from the system every taint of Hcrotula and Scrofulous Humor It has permanently cured thousands of helpless cases where all other known reme dies failed. Ai.len's Strengthening Cordial Is the great blood purifier, cures Syphilis and remove« Pimples and Humors on the face. % Reason should teach us that a blotchy, rough or pimpled skin depends entirely upon an internal cause, and no outward ap plication can ever cure the defect. TUMORS, ULCERS OR OLD SORES Are caused by an Impure statcorthe blood cleanse the blood thoroughly with AUen'i Strengthening (Xmlial and Uieconiplalntswlll disappear. AUen't Strengthening Cmrdiai cures Vmuti palion, Dytpepxia, Faintncea oj Stomach It Is not a stimulating Litters which creates a fictitious appetite, but a gentle Tonic, which assists nature to restore the stomach to a healthy action. No person suffering with SourStomach, Headache. Costiveness Pal patios of tho Heart, Indigestion 'Low Spirts, Ac., can take three doses without re lief. Allen's Strengthening Cordial cures Female Weakness; it acts directly upon the causes of these complainte. Invigorates and strengthens the whole system acts upon the secretive organs and allays lnfiuma mation. AUen's Strengthening Oordial has never railed to core mercurial diseases, pain in the bones as It removes from the system the producing cause. Salt Rheum and Scald D«" 1 readily yield to tho great alterative effects of this medicine. AUen's Strengthening Cbrrf/aHias never been known to fall in giving Immediate relief in all diseases of tho Kidneys and Urinary or gans. This medicine challenges the most profound attention of the medical faculty many of whom are prescribing It to their patients. AUen's Strengthening CtmUalacteaKdellghU fully on the tender babe, tbe most delicate lady, and Infirm old age, as on the strong man; Imparting health and vigor to the nerves and brain, blood-vossles, heart and liver. When taken you can feel Its life-giv ing power course through every artery de stroying all diseases In the blood and giving health, elasticity and strength to the whole organization AUen's Strengthening Cordial Is acknowl edged by all class of people to be the best and most reliable blood purifier In the world. It Is a never fulling remedy and can be relied upon. How many thousands upon thousands have been snatched as It were from the brink of the grave by tts miraoulous power. Who will suffer from Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Disease oi the Stomach, Kidneys. Bowels, or Bladder when such a great remedy is within reach? /o unies might be filled with proof from all parts of tho civilized worjd to prove that no remedy has ever been discovered ln the whole history of mwllclne that acts __ promptly. Even in the worst cast» oi Scrofula a good appetite, complete diges tion, strength and a disposition for exercise, are sure to follow its use. If tho bowels are costive, or headacne accompanies the disease, the use of Allen's Liver Pills will remove it. Over eight years experience and tho Increasing popularity of Allen's medi clues ure conclusive proof. Price $1.00 per bottle, or six bottles for $5 If your druggist or store-keeper docs not have It, we will forward halfadozcnto anv add re«s on receipt of tho price. Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. ST.;joskpii, Mo lanOdAwly For le. by all Druggist. as a of If it, is Allen's Pile OINTMENT, (h-urituil and Genuine Preparation. The reputation of this Medicine la now well established that liberal minded men the medical profewiion throughout the Uu ^SSSSm 'feSÄoÄ Hin drSsof the most painftil case* of Piles have been cured by ft* use in a very short. No'mfdlcine has ever obtained a higher or more deserving reputation than Alfcu Pile Ointment Allen's Pile Ointment is a remedy of uni versai usefulness whenever an oft cerate salve ointment or embrocation Is required, In cases of Burns, Scalds. Blisters, Sprains ll rul sea Abrasions, Cuts, llloers. Salt Kheum'Tetter Erse ma. Ring Worm, Bor ber's Itch Frosted Idmbs, Chilblains,Ohap Ded Skin, Fever Blisters. Bed Sores, Sore Feet Bunions, Vegetable Polsonlug, Bites of Insects, Ac There is no known remedy that gives such lasllng relief as Allen's Pile Ointment. ms a new, delightful and wonderful reme dy, designed and warrauted to supersede other Ointments yet discovered. Allen's Pile Ointment lsentlrely different from any other Ointment In the whole world perfectly harmless for the Infant uged; It is cooling and grateful to the burn ing brow, throbbing tomples and fever purehed system; it will banish pain and lay Inflammation more rapidly than any curative compound In this orauy other country. Price 80 cents a box, or six l*>xes for #2.00. If your druggist or store-keep does not have It, we will forwurd half a dozen to any dress on receipt of price. Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. St. Joseph, Mo. For sale by all Druggists. janS-lydaw ALLEN'S LIVER PILLS Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated. For the cure of all disorders of the Stomach. Liver, Bowels Klduevs, Bladder, NervQUs Diseases, Headache, Constipation, Costlvo ness Indigestion Dyspepsia, and all Bili ous Diseases, such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Head Aci dity ol the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swim ming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering al the Heart, Choking or Hutfocatlng Sensations when In a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever or dull pain In the Head, Difficulty of perspiration, Yellow ness of tho Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Chest, Limbs, and Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning of the Flesh, etc. Allen's Liver Pills may always relied on asa safe and effectual remedy,and may be taken by both sexes at all times with beneficial results. By their use the weak are made strong. Distress after eat ing, Inward Weakness, Languor, Want Appetite, are at once removed by a dose two of these Pills. Thousands of persons who have used these Pills we have yet hear the-Arst complaint from tried them. They always give relief.^ who hua jILLEA'S liver pills Regulate tbe organs of the system, restoring functional harmony and securing ilie se cretion of the proper constituents of each . By their action the liver secretes Its allotted proportion of bile—the lungs carbon, the skin sweat, the kidneys urine, etc., and are always reliable as a purga The aged, and persons subjected to Con stipation, Paralysis and Weakness of the Bowels, Kidneys and Bladder, etc., that have to resort to Injections, b> taking two or three of Allen's Liver Pills, will enjoy natural discharges, and by the occasional use of them have regular operations. In these cases their strengthening and nutrl tous principles are exhibited ; every dose will add new strength to the Bowels, Liver Kidneys, etc., that may be worn or depleted by age. In these Pills, a want that science has ever fulled to supply is secured, and this a thorough purgative that can be given In safety In cases of eruptive fevers, os in small pox, erysipelas, yellow fever, scarlet and typnold fevers. When tho Mucous Membrane becomes ulcerated, these Pills act thoroughly, yet heal ulcerated and ex coriated parts. They are made from ex tracts—from new ingredients—-entirely vegetable, superior in every respect to the ordinary powders and substances of the common advertised pills, and have u safe certain, and uniform action. Price 25 cents a box, or six boxes for $1.25. If your druggist or store keeyer docs not have them, we will forward half a dozen boxes to any uddress on recelp of the price. Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO., St. Joseph, Mo. J ant>-d&w-ly For sale by all druggists. 407 MARKET ST. 407. HENJ. S. CLARK, A full assortment of SUPERIOR CLOCKS. WATCHES. JEWELRY and SPECTACLES, Constantly on hand and for sale at the low est market rates. Particular and personal th?ahovo K Une' 10 Kepalrl " Ka "y »«foies A fine assortment of Spectacles eonstant aas:sr ,or " ,e cu " P RESTON AYARH PRACTICAL V WATCHMAKER, fAnd dealer In Alkrican and SWISflf W ATCHE8. CLOCKS, JHVEI.RY spectacles; eye-glasses,* SILVER WARE, NO. 305 MARKET STREET Wilmihqton, Del. P» ld *° repairing l isses h™ . cÀ5. lSO ' ''ban ging spectacle ocmetantlj^on hlnfh ""b" 1 ofglaooo. The public Is cordially Invited to call and ,tOCk myprfoel & AC. In C. I. bush, HAS REMOVED TO 229 MARKET STREET... A LARGE STOCK OF WATCHES JEWELRY,) and silver ware, °-wifiland y on hanu. promptly attended to. */" repairing mar29-'75 Farmers Take Notice ABBOTT & McKINXKY, 519 OrsuiK« 8t., Wilmington, Del repair Are ni mg to ow prepured to do all kinds of Itenpera, Mower«, and all other machine work attended to. GlTe nfa ^l OUl ' T ir0n o %£ k PUBLIC SALE. MldPobllr Male , . t Ul0 \ f residence of the subscriber, pear ho Garrett's Snuff Mill, Mill Croek Hundred, In 0 N THURSDAY, MARCH lflTH, 1«T. al , o'clock. P. M., The following Persona. Property, to wit 3 good work or drlvln* horses, of which will » I 1 7] **> In profit by «Wt/ÄJäteB.G'c day of sale, 1 extra yoke of York »tale hl k ken, 4 fine shoot plgs.33 l*** Farming utensils—1 good farm wagon with iron axle, nearly new ; 1 York wagon, shlfi Ing top; 1 Germantown wagon, 1hay bed, ox cart, 1 Buckeye mowing machine, new 1 steel tooth horse rake, 2 plows, 2 cultivo tors, 1 twin harrow, 1 corn sheller, shovels, hoes, forks, rakes, single and double trees, oxen, Well oro I hair Liusnci aim nan pecs measures, me ness —1 set of carriage or dearborn harness, 2 sets of stage harnees. 2 seU of plow har ness, 1 pair of double lines, collars, bridles, all Ac.; 200 bushel, of corn. 300 bushels of oats, 15 tons of hny. is nrres of wheat In ground. Dairy fixtures -1 large churn, 1 butter tub, butter coolers, milk pen«, cream cans, or «trainer smi milk buckets, pork by the pound, household and kitchen furniture. Terms _All «ums of twenty dollars, and al- under, cash ; ull over lliat amount a credit of six month, will he given by purchaser giving a bankable note with an approved endorser. If paid when due no Interest; not paid when due. Internal from date. MRS. HANNAH B. 1)11.WORTH. I,. W. Htidhah a Sow-, Aunt's. f22-w3t. ad I*lie Male. rnilE subscriber, having determine l _1_ quit farming will sell at Public Bale, at his residence, In 8t. George's hundred, on the road leading from Delaware City Isaac Cleaver's Corner, on the Bland > farm, ON THURSDAY, MARCH #tij. 18*7, at 10o'clock,a. dv, The following Personal Propel! y . to wit: 8 head of horses and colt*. j pair* of mules, 10 head of good cows, one yoke of work oxen, one Durham u9HD bull, two years old, two fine beif-«dHHI^L era. two small calves, 1 large I>rood how, Ä wlth pigs, 3 farm wagons, 2 them Iron axle, In good order, small peaoh wagon, will carry 1 largo peach IkxÏ with 4 springs, will carry 60 baskets, 2 ox carts, 1 truck wu gon In good order, 1 rockaway carriage In good order, sleigh and bolls, 3 hay riggings, l reaper and mowing machine combined, 1 Pitt's threshing machine, 36-lnch cylln der. In good order, 1 18-Inch circular saw, in good order, 1 Pennock com sheller, grain fan, 1 hay rake. 1 potato separator, will cull 1,000 bushels per day, 1 Jarrlage tongue and neck yoke 1 farm bell, t porta bleblurksinlth forge, in good order, 2 twin harrow«, 1 A harrow, 1 Randle harrow In good order. 3 No. 8 and 9 concave plows, dornplôws'Vîiô'îwïny Dlows'eculUva^ to™ Ägic 1 '/oSwTùSSI 1 " « yokes, 2 neck yokes, 2 shovels, 1 spade, bam shovels, 1 half bushel, about 300 peach baskets, 23 grain bags, 2 ox chains, 8 small chains, 3 harrow chains. 4 sets of wagon harness, 10 set of plow gears, 1 set of single harness 1 set of double carriage harness, 10 plow collars,8 bridles, 1 riding saddle, meat fork«'' 'ibm.d rek?K U 3 ax "«"* Ing oi'id one briar «cythe, Li corn linive», d°ung Ä 1 f™of'bC^mbuS TSSih O mire 1 wSil «aw l loifg lSdcr and 1 shore ludder 2 sre^of hull's nèfti 4 chbdtcn !■,»,, Teems.—A ll «uma of $20 and under] cash; all above Uiut amount « credit of months will be given by the purchaser glv Ing a bankable note with an approved en dorser. Interest from date. No postponement on account of weather, JOHN A. CLEAVER, r*. M. Enoh, Auctioneer. feb21-w2t. or of to Is PUBLIC SALE. rjlHE subscriber, having rented his farm, I will sell at Public Vendue, at his resi dence. in White Clay Creek hundred, about one and a half miles north of Newark, Delaware, on THURSDAY, THE Iht DAY OF MARCH NEXT, Ills entire stock and farming utensils, con sisting In part as follows, to wit: Six head of good horses, two mules, 11 head of cows Mar i one half of which will wVMTn be In profit by the day %>^iL of sale, two heifers, one bull, « 1" y oke o f oxen, six shoats, two four-horse 7 |"7Éfr wagons, one two-horse wagon, _ . -cart, one horse-cart, one Ger Yl~\TISlmantown wagon, one sliiftlng top buggy, one York wagon, one rockaway wagon, one trotting wagou, one sulkey one sleigh one two-horse power and thresher -i—i champion mower, one fan, one corn sheller, one hay fork and block and full one horse rake, one cutting box, plows' harrows, cultivators, one roller, double anil single trees two sets of carriage harness, two sets of heavy tongue harness, two sets of stage harness, four sets of lead harness bridles, collars, lines and double lines and double lines, and one lead line, six cow chains, forked chains, lot of tongues for two-horse wagons, grain and flour bags two half-bushels, two half-pecks, two grain cradles, mowing scythes, briar scythes, 3 wheel-barrows, two cross-cut saws forks rakes, shovels, spades, hoes, picks, o'll cans' vinegar by the barrel ; also, a lot of chest nut rails by the hundred, and posts by the piece, plank, board and scantling; also, a largo quantity of old iron. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock M. Terms—A credit of nine months will be given, with security and interest to beg 1 the first day of June, 1877. M: an. ■ MANfiEL TWEED. L. W. Stidham A. Son, Auct's. fob 15 Public Sale. Thc subscriber having determined ^ quit farming, will sell at Public Sale at his residence In Mill Creek Hundred/on the road leading from Red Clay Creek Church, to Mendenhall's Mill, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 1st, ten, _ „ »t 1 o'clock, p. m. The following Personal Property, to wit 1 horse 2 cows, york wagon, dearborn' home cart, 2slcighs, (oncof them first class) 1 Morrison sted plough, 1 Moore plough' Iso. 8, 1 square harrow, cultivator roller' single trees, double trees, neck-yoke breast chains, splice chains 2 setts carriage har ness, 2 sets of plough or wagon harness cart saddle, collars, bridles, halters, double lines, plough lines, saddle and bridle, 1 la dies saddle, fly nets, robe, blanket, whip, ™£ï e i' 'i 1 ??"' fo» lu>c , k . barn shovel, garden rake, half bushel and half peck measure 2 wood saws axe, 2 hay knives forks, rakès baiLeVI nu ;.' gr K ain S?** St»* 0 craddie, corn ! barrels, hay by the ton, &c Dairy fixtures, consisting of milk naos cream kettles, 2 churns, scales and weights' milk bucket* and butter tub household goods, such as chaim, tables, bedsteads l cook stove, 2 small stoves, dougStruy cor ner cupboard, washing tubs and saura» cruttor, also, chickens by the pair meat Ty *A d i!» varlet ? ° r other articles „ , V-RM AI I sums of *20 and under cash and all sums over that amount a credit of six months will'be given by purchaser civ ing a bankable note, with an approved oh' ^ whence. ÄSt" 1 ' " ™OM AS BRACeFn, A S u°eïïom?.f: OG ' / PUBLIC SALE. W ILL bo sold at Public Salo. idence of the subHcriber Brandywine Springs, Mill Crock ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY at 1:30o'clock, p. i»., the following valuable at the near the Hundred, 26TH, 1877, property, to wit: the!r side^one'bull fnnn! VCS market dearborn, lit of wagon«, plow« harrows, cultivators, mowing machine con. sheller, fan, wlirebbSm.w.Tint of tnn*, ' 1 ? rnes , s ' » lot "f Timothy hay by the and various other articles cash""?/!' öi V ! 1 of S*20, * and under, dorser, payable at the Newport . auk wagon, Tuomas BHACK7ÂÎ EARS Ât PtJBLIC SAU weMesday. MARr : 1 ; I The following atock 11 . ' J*««*» breed. 2 (»rmÜ 1 5* Yokes, douhlo tree« iinfS'l,: ' dies and collars fork? . slt b plows and harrow, fi"'. ruliS many other tiling« Uxm! ?' bu, ''"5 Jg-arca rrfes by liwjPnÄSffhfflSii« approved endorser. ""'e nil _J. LA-.ir, Auction^ 11 * I,E1 " Public Wale 11 if or REAL. ESTAT] TiriLI, be sold at Dul.lle N»a VY premises, No. 614 ORAVm*? the city of Wilmington, lleU.^ SATURDAY, The 3d Dav at 10 o'clock, am 1SJ7, lb. following described pm»,, f _ All that certain mi,in.— g ment and lot of lanücmSi it greeted a three., tory bfcft ,. ■* two-story frame house ,fiî the easterly side of Orange Si à. 7th SU bounded onThTnofÄ wide alley, on the south by laiiÄ formerly ofJeeseRoger,. Thebhfi being about twelve feet alx InSÏÏÏÏ Orange street, tho lot runnim. k«.l that width about 90 feet. Tofôir reserve or under bidding. xS known on the day of sale ™ feblft-eodts to to of w TTtT T . ,. 1 VV F-ti! e ^vi at , P ! ,b,lc Auch«, i August» r liSJJ'ÄSfHfi^ü ndre d' at Dupoot'u , and Reading i In rour tnlle« from Wilmington, ou TUESDAY, MARCH THE l ft110 o'clock, a.m Kharo The following described Perms e rty to wit* i entoui 1 — p OU r iron,! ami workT,^ * 1 mBch TOWH i i -—llrig bunTif' «!„ïï£l „koat p |„ of mod breed In and duck« î famüv carrinm ?.* 1 bug, t mlrk« JLm i ï J"* " l, ' | kb. 1 setof doable hariiemsw ut Ï™T«ÂIÏïiï; 3 harness wagon and nJoSÏÎ'fîîi 1 ! WIMron with*tongue in ZîflH l SÎS?l2d rake' Imî fork' blocking ruTi.îf! j-.i. ' ÎST«?«!««!? 0 hnrmwi ^*ÂÏ 10 wheel b-lrrow P grTnd stonp m'ktîï? C h« no îâïTaîiver *1 oe^hal Brain bagn, 'Se and Ät 3 dre„ f '„'^i P ^?; vinegar b'^tlïetani! an<1 W Ä'«l Ä ^ rol ' n ' 1 . » of HouMboklul '' llcI 3 Purnlture.-Bod and beddlreM sofa'' sewing ma!e*Iine lla w?™i(«l'* !) «mmns"narhï r amf^ok itm? V e tT measures ice-cream sca'lu« lt orinfs*ml^k ' T v « „'« a i l i, . c J? All snrlis over wo, a'é rSSS montlis will be given by tho purcliw Ing a bankable note with an appron dorser. JP.HEHD] «TH E. B. C0R5Ä L. W. Stidham & Son, Auciu febMMrtl I'ublic Sale. "llflLL be «old at Public Halt,« VV farm of George W. Havage, Christiana river, one mile above Lobdell's, and two a .id a half miles! Wilmington, on tho Hart»'» Cornell (lane at the railroad lead» to the ylM TUESDAY, MARCH THECth. at 10 o'clock, a. m., 1 good driving man», 1 good horse, 1 extra Dur-^g| ham cow, two extra fresh cows, lcow.a springer, 22 shoaUi, 7 fat hog»,— J" 30 pairs of chicken*,2] 1 dug out wagotil wagon, as good » market dearborn, with pole and setofdoublo harness 1 Ketofilnp! ness, 1 good riding saddle, 1 Amen« mill in complete order, mowing m corn shelter, hay cutter, horse rakfl and single narrows, 1 A harrow, plows, cultivators, rakes, 4c., 1 23 hoi bed sash in good order. «1 frames, lot of strawberry crattOT nierous other articles appertaining ing; also, household furniture, of l No. 10 Farmer cook stove, nwn 2 sewing machines In good order. Terms— All sums of $ 20 , cash; all sums over that amoojHi of 6 months will be given by Ütfpoj giving a bankable note with an»F endorsor. l 3 Mi WILLIAM Bl Drakk A (lores, A notion e-r. PUBLIC SALE T HE subscriber, Intending to rwj the farming business, will lie Hale, at his residence, I» hundred, on the Kennett riw-^ Campbell's Hhops and GreennM* three miles from Wilmington,<» u WEDNESDAY, MARCH MtH» at 12 o'clock. n> The following described lersoo» erty, to wit: 2 good farm horses— No. l» K«w. Uj 8 years old, dark bay, good sound, gentle, good worker awu« traveller; No. 2, Fanny, 12 Canadian, sound, kind and IWA dTukw any where; 5 young cow» TO fit except one, which*"*?, tMfc»spring; 2 of them fir^jT, one of them with a calf by f >ef shoat, a lot of good hens, l two-n« on, l one-horse wagon, dearaJJJ» cart. 1 ox cart, wheel-barrow* rw • Buckeye mower, In oomplw VJrï tooth horse rake, grain mill. corn basket, hair bushel, half PJ*a bags, horse blankets, 1 steel plow excelled, either for sod or , 8 hutnl twin harrow, cultivator, dou D *o single trees, maul and wedge«. Jjj chine, post auger, mortising f , iron dog, adze, chopping axe. r key wrench, 2 pair of wagö» an« Q ness, cart harness, 2 pair of se» ness, double lines and sUigl 0 lines, collars, bridles, baiters* fork«, rakes, shovels, spade, grubbing hoe and other grindstone, grain cradle, and sneads, hay knife, ' t square, a lot oi casks, old■ JJv f i coal, hay by the ton, 4'4 ^ r k Xeo the ground. Household and J'J" lure—3 feather beds and bedajwk^ bedsteads, about 25 yards °* W»* carpet ana rods, 2 bureaus 4 nur Htanos and wash bowls and P FegJ clock, 12 cane seat chairs. J <■" ® ^ Ing chairs, Windsor chairs ble, dining tables, child semfl . ^ coal cook stove, 10 plate ,t< L v ,;JTocd< ter. Blanchard churn No. L h b . te rÇ tlon, bulter scales «» weight*. ^ butter canoe, cream can«, "^*0$ milk pans, kitchen house use, lantern, DojjfJ® ,. oP 3>. chiue and wringer, clothe» ' tlW mill, ooal oil lamps, bucket*. variety of glass, stone u . u £ n JJ on un>«J many other articles o 0 ^ 1hcr A ji su®* Conditions or Salk.--* f p n < ten dollars cash; all 8UI , , i 1 s B 0 c niilt*.. and upwards, eight month« ^ nM bÇ given by purchaser giving * yâ bl« with approved endorser. ].,,, in gice; Union National Bank of W} 1 ^ No interest will be chargea Jf( j u eP dHC. Four per cent, will ** cash on all sums o i $10 al jL.uoD4*^ Sale positive and no P°* 11 account of weutheri TH0IîV rO«J A" rt »' '