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Tbs General Assembly.
in the City of Wilmington, which was rat.« . . utk l up, read a third time and passed. Jji motion of Mr. ¥ iddeman the House bill transferring the Home and Mansion Farm of Geo. W. Harvey from .Scbool District Ko. 46 to 51, in Sussex county, was read On motion of Mr. Sliarpley, the House uni »/h rliv/tMa* <».»„„ will/ * n ,i x Wal SZL A era'" , d ' and ' ,nder 5 , lls P* n - Sion of the rules was read a second time and referred. On motion of Mr. hharpley, the House l'iJ to divorce Sallie 3. Wright from her hufband, John D. Wright, was read a- s o the petition of Sallie J. Wright! y ..*. „...I j f..u.i was read and referred to a com :uee consistiag of tlie members from Kent county. ri:e petition of Susan Waltz was also «p. cally reported lor the Qasette. bats« ATE. Dover, Del., Feb. 23, 1877. Senate met at 8 , a. in. Mr. Causey introduced a bill laying out a road in Sussex county, which was read. Mr. Davis introduced a bill to amend the charter of the Farmers' Mutual Fire insurance Company of St. George's and Appoquinimink Hundreds, which was rend. Mr. Causev introduced a bill to amend chapter 22, volume 14, Laws of Dela ware, which w as read. Ou motion of Mr. Fiddeiuau, the House bill to amend chapter 390, volume 1C, Laws of Delaware, was read. On motion of Mr. Sharpley. the House riiii to amend chapter 6 , Revised Code, was read. Mr. DaTis, from Committee on Cor porations, reported the House bill to in xTporat* the Board of Cit y M issions and Church Extension of the'M. E. Church Amounted until Monday afternoon at Hot SI). 1 ne Hause met at 10 o'clock a. in. *r. Holcomb presented a petition for a (..voice from Annie G, France. r- Measick presented a petition to mange the place of voting in Broad • Hundred Sussex county. Mr. Wright presented the claim of R. v/CLes »S c Brother against the State. i he foil lowing bills were given notice ef: By Mr. Bird an w ' -ght of oats. I*y Mr. Morris au act regulating tlie amount of money appropriated by the ..evy Court fof Sussex county to incor porate towns in Sussex county, ■i he following bills were passed: A 11 act t<8 Jay out a new road iu North •1 urderkill Hundred Kent act regulating the county. - ' u net to enable Petor Ha«tings to " : r.t the course of a public roail on his va ninrf. An act to transfer the home anil man- t> lannot G. \V. Horsev from School S'r.ct No. 36 to District No 31 Sussex ounty. - following hills were introduced and re Lj Mr. Moms an act to prevent live ro kirom running at large ia School - Atrct No. t>7 New Castle county. I* y 'if- Bird an acttoilivore r ranee. * ; y bright an act to amend section i 4 chapter 89, Revised Code. • M /vî*°lçomb an act to amend chap *, Revised < ode as amended and published in the amended code of j 4 L *;a < ware î! > ' eIUenr ,0 oh *P ter 41 8voi. \fnrnw r * ^lor an act in relation to amiîî^î partly in Kent and partly m New Castle counties. (This I postponed., 1 'um rk °^ T ^ e Senate returned sum dry niitefconcurred,in ami asked eoncur »en- H m a joint resolution in relation to repair ot weights .and ineasur Adjourned until Monday at e Annie G. o'clock p. H'/ T WATER /■ Olt 1XJLR/ES AX/j J1R VISES. ------ - •• V ork Med kol ./ouinal rtpi , rlj c patient was engaged in a i.achine »hop. and while his nand was -pun the anvil of a trip-hammer, the hammer, weighing 700 pounds, fell. __ so happened that a file was on the anvil, way the force of the hammer as arrestoil about half an inch before it ached its bed. When the hand was ex 1 it was found that the whole palm - 'bdssof pulp. The meta-carpel »•ncs were comminuted extensively and nerc was apparently hut »mall chance of ; \' £ fot hand. It was however, placed bLo. water, and kept there for two ] Ve r '.v nd then taken °>»t ami w-s Y ftiniinii rc ',i mo / ltl * s tlie Patient ' Uiueiitly well to leave the hospital . '.. atbe months afterthe accident —he .s able to move the lingers, and has d" 1 m th SC £ , Lan<l i Bruises and injuries do much better when treated with hot r ban with cold water. The temperature S rf depees1 '; Another case is re ported ot compound tractureand dislo ' ajon ol the ankle joint, in which tlie proximal end of the first metatersa! bone protruded Irom the foot. The dislocation was reduced, and the loot placed in hot water. A t the end of a week it was taken out and dressed in the ordinary manner, i ce août is now doing well, and promises a gf od result. : N e rts it iiEd in tliis .«roîLc wa* .'i or and ij . or» WElJblXUS A XI) UR WES. ' '•lory ami tradition have handed •iowu to uswondevful accounts of the mag 5£""' '«remonial anil the wedding» of hnrad. tla y Si fo° l) gh some of the high 00 , n dames ol old have stood at the altar ump.v apparelled. When Louis XIII. inarr.i'd Anne of Austria her robe was WI.; te sati n|aml her hair was simply dreiw without crown or wreath. Isabella 1 ortugal, as the bride oftheDukeof .gundy, wore a dress of splendid em iro.dery, a stomacher of ermine, tight leeves a c oal: bordered with ermine lal.'.nglrom her shoulders to the grouad "nt she had no ornaments, and her head s W " K muslin. When Anne of France,finding the Archduke Maxmilian ' -Y in l'is wooing, gave herself and lier dominions to Charles VII., she appeared at the imposing ceremonial of her raar r.age ill a role of cloth of gold, with de - gns in raised embroidery upon it, and bordered with priceless sable •'•*r!y ruined l; in James I. imself in order to ceie ' rate the mam age of his daughter, the r n.ess Elizabeth, and great and de termined was the opposition shown by s subjects to the marriage-tax lie raised .'[defray the X.', 2,3«5 it cost. The cers xony took place at Whitehall with so .nnen pomp that it has formed the pre cedentforthe other royal wcd.lingi i„ England which have followed. The train l*i .ne bride s (lr<*ss, which was ,silv'i*r »ïmilüî* fnrer H ' ,r , llair l î oate<1 on her ^age onienrf^^Bh Ma«7dJ of ."ÔU A mi,«:.ir ries off tlie palm as far as outward idor is coDeerneii. Di.Aluii) VnslMm • inucd the ceremony in presence ofj e beauty and chivalry of the realm I ■ ! TgB IMPORTANT ««miOX. Of all loathsome diseases Catarrh stands pre-eminent. It renders its vie to himself as to others. ! And the moet humiliating of all is the consciousness that hla presence is offen sive to those around him. If any dis ease deserves the name of universal, it is this. Dlstetic errors and the follies which Fashion imposes upon us tend to foster and dUemfnate it. To the piti ful cry of its victims, it there any cure for Catarrh ? there is but one answer con sistent with Christian reason. God has never sent one evil into the world for which he has not sent the remedy. For the greatest of all spiritual and moral evils, the Great Physician has described a potent and never-failing remedy. He has given explicit rules far the treat ment and preservation of the spiritual and moral man, but He is silent in all matters relating to the physical mau. It would be an unwarrantable detraction from His bénéficient character to sup pose that He ha» afliicted the greater portion of humanity with an incurable disease, Tho day of plagues is past. The God of Christianity is a God of Love and Mercy. His message is "good will to all men." The earth and all con tained thereiu was intended by the 8 ™* supply man's wants; and surely he has no greater wants than | remedies for his infirmities. Science is rapidly proving that the earth is Stted to supply man's uttermost need. New me dicinal plants are constantly being dis covered and new properties developed from those already known. For Catarrh , th . e , i> i «»J« red »Dr.Sage*Catarrh Remady. Its efficacy has been tested in many thousand cas«S with uniform success. Cases that had been repeateillr pronounced incurable readily yieldaa to it' In cofirmed, or obstinate cases, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery should be taken in connection with the use of the Catarrh H F "n p î rUcu |ï* in Pierce '" Memorandum Books. They are given awav bv druzeista wJts ' 7 aruggtsta. was. tim as A Terrible Leap. New York, Feb. 23.—Mrs. Delia C Browe«, living at 153 Ninth Avenue, threw herself from the roof of a four story house, yesterday, and died from her injuries last night. OPENING! r^pring and Mummer Dress Goods. BLACK HILK, our specialty 4 English Walking Jacqlkis, SPRING WEAK, FRENCH POULARD. FRENCH A IRISH POPLIN, SHAWLS. CASSIMERE, WATER-PROOFS, TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS. M. L. LICHTENSTEIN, 228 Market Street, WILMIQGTON. . . rr t I Do not Fail to Visit THE GREAT 1*0 J i.OF| ADAMS & BRO. 506 Market St. D elaware carpet house, 301) MARKET STREET, ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DEL The cheapest place In tlie city to buy your CAltPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WINDOW SHADES Hen v Greebc's, 30$ MARKET ST. N. B—Rag Carpet woven to order at shortest not! ce and lowest market rates. enterprise COAL 0 4EP II FOUT Is receiving dally snlpmculs [of liis ..iperlor Enterprise Coal. Persons in want of Coal should give him a call as fresh mined caol Is ahvavs better than that which has bceu stored over win- -OFFICE fill ter. Water and Orange Sts. JOSEPH FOUT. coÄiTi feb3-öm COAL! Arctic Oui and Ice Co., Okfue—N o.2 EAST SECOND STREET^ Have the best Coal In the market and e »clling at very low rate». Cal land see Guaranteed full weight (2340 lbs.) J. B. CONROW A SON octl7-6ra Now is the Time 1 have janreduoed the price ol all Cook ^ " d *" U,e price * b ' ,0r ' ^ IŒORRISSOHÏ. • 9 „ _ «Ini jug Shipley : t. I B-Heater» Cheaper than ever. TO BUY YOUK STOVES ? AND GET YOUR Heaters Put in Ordei. SILK MANUFACTURE IS CHIN A The enormous rise in silk since June has (the Cetntial Empire says) hail another and leas happy result than that giving handsome fortunes to foreign a Chinese merchants. The Chinese weavers and ailk manufacturers are said to be suffering severely, for their trade has been almost entirely killed. It not so much that the price of the manu factured stuff has risen ao Ugh as check consumption and place It .out the power of all save the xrealthieet £ urcliase silk and satin Jacket; there has sen absolutely net raw material to work with, and the weavers have lost their oc cupation, It has been impossible to ob tain raw silk, every bale of 1 » almost, including all the coarse Chlnecums which are principally nsnd in native looms, having been placed on the Shang hai market for export. The consequence la that manufacturers at Nanking, Sooe kow, add elsewhere have simply been compelled to close their establishment», many of them have failed, and great dis tress exists among the wearers who hare been thus suddenly work. vie the dis is to piti for con has for For He all It of is to '" Of thrown out a trotting decision. The Atlantic Division of the National Board of Appeals, at it« meeting in New York, has rendered a decision in the case of Hiram Schitler, of Reading, Pa., against the Point Breeze Park Associa tion and othars. The complaint out of a trot at Point Breese Park löth and 16th of June, when, by the ila cisiou of the judges, Mr. Schitler'» Little Mary was deprived of her rights in the race. The board décidas the decisions of the board were grossly wrong, and that the heats trotted after the seventh heat are void. They therefore'order that on a day to be »elected between May 13 and June 1, this year, by the Poiat Breeze Park Association, the fallowing horses finish the race, taking their places as follow»: Mattie L, 1 ; Scotland, 3 ; Little Mary, 3; and John 8 . Held, 4 , and that before May 1 the Point Breeze Park Association »hall notify the owners of the four horses of the dny they may se lect to comple the trot. grew on the Earthenware Manufactory COR. OF ORANGE A WATER STS., WILMINGTON, DEL. I keep constantly on hand a full a»»ort ment of CROCKERY WARE, made In the best manner, and »old at price* to »ult the time». Also Yard Vase», Hanfrinx Va se», Gardeners'and Green HousePota. All articles In my line made to order at short notice. GEORGE ZEIGLER. novASm MEDICAL • 1 JUDGMENT OF THE PEOPLE. During Uie past eight years tlie pul,lie have carefully observed the wonderful cures accomplished by ALLEN'S Strenotheki.vo Coroiau. From its ofHicted »offerer has been re stored to perfect health alter haying ex pended a small fortune In procuring medi cal advice and obtaining poisonous medi cines. . î, u „ medical properties are alterative, tonic, solvent and diuretic. There is no . the human system for which Al hfnll?I0a SOT ? E . , ' ,NO Cordial cannot be used with perfect safety. Éiïêllsiss dies fan«! wnerc all other known reme uie» iuiieu. » _ _ . o Allen b Streng then ing Cordial use many Strengthening Cordial WILL CURE SCROFULA,) ;.S CROFUI.O US ~~H ( ' MO I;. t I« Uie great blood purifier, cures SvnhJlls and remove« amples und Humors ou tii« Reason should teach u* that a blotchy rough or pimpled skin depends entirely upon an internal cause, and no outward au plieation can ever cure the defect. v TUMORS, ULCERS OR OLD SORES Are caused by an impure stateofthe blocl Realise the blood thoroughly with Allen'* disappear °'" iuU und lll »c«mplalnUwlll Alien a Slrmglhemnn CimUal cure» Omiti pajinn, IJyepepna, Famines.* o, stomach it 1» nota stimulating Bitters which create« a fictitious appetite, bui a gentle Tonte, which assists nature to restore the stomach toa healthy action. No person suitering^ with Sour Stomach, Headache Costirenews Pal tho . H , oart . ^ndigestjf>n 'Low Spirts, Ac., can take three dose« witliout re Allerx's Strengthening Cordial cures Female Weakness; it acts directly upon the caused of these complaints, invigorates and strengthens the whole system, acu uSSn mation!° tlVe ° rK "' 1 " infla.na ABcn't Strengthen my Omtwl has never failÿ to cure mercurial diseases, pain in the bones as it remove« from thesystem the producing eau»e. Halt Rheum and Moald ra a:,." 1 ' gr ™ 1 k,^:;'î„«^,Â,, h Â e Â all diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary or gans. This medicine challenges the most profound attention of tho medical faculty many of whom are prescribing it to their patients. Allen » Strengthening (Jori/ial acts as ilellghG fully on Uie tender babe, the most dcliSate la»ly, and infirm old age, as on the «tron£ man; imparting health and vigor to th5 nerves and brain, blood- vessie«, ^ heart and liver. When taken you can feel it« life-giv ing power course through every ÄVterv de stroying all diseases in the blood and idvinï health, elasticity and strength to the whole organization Allen'.* Strengthening (Orel ini Is acknowl edged by all class of people to be the best and most reliable blood purifier in the world. It is a never falling remedy ami can be relied upon. How many thousands upon thousands have been snatched as it were from the brink of the grave by Its miraculous power. Who will suffer from Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Disease oi Stomach, Kidneys. Bowels, or Bladder when such a great remedy is within reach ? /o urnes might be filled with proof from all parte of (he civilized worid to'prove that no remedy has ever been discovered in Uie whole history of medicine that acts promptly. Even In the worst case« ot Hcrolulu a good apnoUte. complete dlgiw Uon, strength and adlspostuon for exercise are sure to follow Its use. If the bowels are costive, or heariacne uocompaalcs Uie disease, tlie use of Allen's Liver Pills will remove it. Over eight years experience and the Increasing popularity or Allen's lnedi clues are concluulve proof. ■0 Price SI .00 per bottle, or six bottles fnrs.5 It your druggist or store-keeper does not have it, we will forward l.alfudozen to any address on receipt of the price J Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. st. Joseph, Mo janüd&wiy Fi «ale by all Diug^iau. A June hail that foreign said trade is manu to of to has work oc ob native Sooe been dis hare Allen's Pile OINTMENT, The Orifpnpt and Oenutnc The reputation of this Medicine to now well established that liberal minded menln the medical Profession throughout the ion recommend It to their patients »» very best of all remedlee for Pi'«» Hun dreds of the most painful case« or I have been cured by Its use In a very "So medicine has ever obtained » higher --more deserving reputation than Aliena Pile Ointment. . Allen'» Pile Ointment to a remedy of versal usefulness whenever an oil cerate salve ointment or embrocation to required, In cases of Burns, Scalds. Blister», Sprain» Bruises, Abrasion», Cuts Ulcers, Rheum, Tetter, Eczema. Rfog Worm ber's Itch Frost«l Limbs, Chilblains, Chap ped Skin, Fever Blisters, Bed Sores Feet, Bunions, Vegetable Poisoning, Bites of Insecls, Ac. There Is no known remedy that gives such lasting relief»»Allen'sPlleOlntment. It Is a new, delightful anil wonderful reme dy, designed and warmnled to supersede other Ointments yet discovered. Allen's Pile Ointment Isentlrely different from any other Ointment In the whole world perfectly harmless for the Infant aged; it Is cooling and grateful to the burn ing brow, throbbing temples and fever parched system; it will banish pain and lay Inflammation more rapidly curative compound in tills or couutry. Price 50 cents a box, or six boxes for #2.00. If your druggist or store-keep does not have It, we will forward half a dozen to uny receipt of price. Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. 01 of New the Pa., ila the and that 13 3 ; and se than any other grew the St. Joseph. Mo. For sale by all Druggist«. JanG-lydaw ALLEN'S LIVER PILLS Perfectly taHlclefifi, elegantly coated. For the cure of all disorder« of the Htomach. Liver, Bowels Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous IMsrusf* Headache,Constipation, Costive neos Indigeetlon Dy«pep«ia, and all Bili ous Disease«, «uch as Constipation, Inward PI lee, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Aci dity ol the Hiernach, Nausea, Heartburn, DlHgu.st for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Htoraach, Hour Eructations, Sinking Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swim ming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutterlngul the Heart, Choking or HufTocating Sensations when in a lying i>o«ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever or dull pain In the Head, Difficulty of perspiration, Yellow ness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain In tho Side, Cheat, Limbs, and Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning of the Flesh, etc. In Allen's Liver Pills may always be rolled on a«a safe and effectual remedy,and be taken by both «exe« nt all time« beneficial results. By their use the made strong. Distress after eat weak ing, Inward Weakness, Languor, Want of Appetite, are at once removed by a dose or two of these Fill«. Thousand« of j>er«onH who have u«ed these Pills we have yet to hour the first compluinl from one who has tried them. They always give relief.; JÎLLE.VS LIVER PILLS Regulate the organ« of tlie system, rostoring functional harmony and securing tlie cretlon of the proper constituent« of each organ. By their action the liver »ecrete« It« allotted proportion of bile—the lungs carbon, tlie skin sweat, tho kidneys urine, etc., and are always reliable os a purga tive. The aged, and persons subjected to Con Rttpatlon, Paralysis and Weakness of the Bowel«, Kidneys and Bladder, etc., that have to re«ort to Injection«, by taking two or three of Allen's Liver Pills, will enjoy natural discharges, and by the occasional of them have regular operations. In these ca^es their strengthening and nutri tious principles arc exhibited ; every done will add new strength to the Bowel«, Liver Kidneys, etc., that may be worn or depleted by age. In these Pills, a want that science has ever failed to supply is secured, and this is a thorough purgative that can be given In safety in coses of eruptive fever«, small pox, erysipelas, yellow fever, scarlet and typnold fevers. When tlie Mucous Membrane become« ulcerated, these Pills act thoroughly, yet heal ulcerated and sspISss common advertised pills, ana have a safe certain, and uniform action. Price 25 cents a box, or six boxes for #1 25 , If your druggist or store keeyer iio<* not have them, we will forward half a dozen boxes to any address on receip of the price. Prepared only by ex i-\■ AMERICAN MEDICINE CO.. St. Joseph, Mo. 'ant»-dAw-ly For sale by all druggists. 407 MARKET ST. 407. BENJ. s. clahk, A full assortment ol SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES JEWELRY and SPECTACLES, ' Constantly on hand and for «ale nt tlie low e«t market rates. Particular and personal the âtev/llm T . t0 IU ' pUln " Ka,,y "rdeles lu A fine assortment of Spectacle* constant ly on lmnd.und «ole agent lor the Celebrated Diamond Spectacles. marlö P RESTON AYAR8. PRACTICAL W WATCH MAKER, JAnd dealer in Albrican and Swiss, W ATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, a BPECTACLEH* EYE-GLASSES* SILVER WARE, *C NO. 305 MARKET STREET Wilhihoton, Dbl. oomdantl^on hand^ """«"eut ol^assra .Th«, [ - b| to 1» void tally Invited to ' BtOCk and learu C. I - BUSH, hah removedto call and m j prices. ? »V* « MARKET STREET... A LARGE .STOCK OF WATCHES JEWELRY, an»d silver Ware, "'»«aiantly ou hand. promptly attended to. REPAIRING mar29-'7G Farmers Take Notice Abbott & McKinney, 519 Urnu-e jjt., Wilmington, Del mg to OW to do all kiud.of repair Reaper», Mower», and all other to"**' Lawn mowers and cuttlrig te e,S far,ns - J repaired nt iron work ok a call. PUBLIC^SALE. xiriLL bo »old at Public Hale, at the W residence of the »utaerlher, near Garrett'a Snuff Mill, Mill Creek Hundred, ON THURSDAY. MARCH 18 th, I«?. at 1 o'clock, P. M., The following Personal Property. In wit: „ 3 good work ordrlvlng hone»,. JO. len «nnnrlnr . I leh rows, all tifSH. of Which will ^BljâRiïl be in profit by CT ~ tii c day or ii ill n jÉh l extra yoke of York Stale oxen, well bro ken, i fine shoal pig», 33 pair of chicken» Farming ulen»ll»-l good farm wagon with Iron nxlo, nearly new ; 1 York wagon, ahlft lng top ; 1 Germantown wagon, 1hay bed, ox cart, 1 llnckeye mowing machine, new 1 ateel tooth home rake, 2 plow», 2 cultiva tors. 1 twin harrow, 1 com »heller, shovels, hoe«, fork», rake», »Ingle and double trees, half bushel and half peck measures Har ness —1 set of carriage or dearborn liâmes», 2 sets of stage harness 2 sets of plow har ness, 1 pair of double line», collars, bridle», Ac.; 200 bUHhels of corn, 300 bushels of oats, là ton» of hay, IS acre» of wheat In ground. Dairy fixtures—.1 large chum, 1 butter tub, hut, er coolers, m„k pans, -a^ cans. furniture. now ao menln Un »» >ne Hun I lies short higher Aliena , of uni cerate required, Sprain» Salt Bar Chap Sore Bites gives reme ull different whole or burn fever and ul #2.00. have ad CO. strainer and milk buekets, juaind, household and kliehen Türm» _All sums of twenty dollars, and under, cash ; all over that amount a credit of six months will lie given by purchaser giving a bankable note with an approved endopier. If paid when due no Interest ; not paid when due. Interest from date. MRS. HANNAN B. DII,WURTH. L. W. Stidham a Hon. Auct «. f22 wst. any other Public Sale. mHE subscriber, having determinet X quit farming will aell at Public Hale, at hin residence, in 8t. Ueorgv'n hundred, on the road leading from Delaware City Isaac Cleaver's Corner,on the Plainly farm, ON THURHDAY, MARCH #Tll, HTT7, at 10 o'clock, a. m.. > The following Pereonal Propetty, to wit a head of horaea and colta, 2 pain of mule», io head of good^ cows, one work oxen, bull, two years old, two flue heif-«^ ers. two «mall calve«, 1 largo broc Mo. yoke of good one Durham For Nervous Costive- j Bili Inward Aci the or Swim Difficult lying Webs the Yellow Side, Heat, sow, with pig«, 5 farm wagon«, 2 of the Iron axle, in good order, U poach wugon, will carry 30 baskets, 1 large peach Ix-d with 4 springs, will curry <io banket«, 2 ox carts, 1 truck wa gon in good order, 1 rockaway carriage in good order, sleigh and bells, 3 hay rigging«, reaper and mowing machine combined, Pitt's threshing machine, 36-lnch cylin der, in good order, 1 18-inch circular «aw*, In good order, 1 Pennoek corn «heller, 1 grain fan, 1 liny rake. 1 potato separator, will cull 1,000 buNhels per day, 1 carriage tongue and n<*ok yoke 1 farm bell, 1 porta ble blacksmith forge, in good order, 2 twin barrows, 1 A harrow, 1 Randle good order 3 No. 8 and 9 concave No. 10, 1 No, 11, concave, 2 No. 10 dom plows, 2 No. 4 Willy plows, 6 tors, 15 single trees, ß double trees, 4 ox okes, 2 neck yokes, 2 shovel«. 1 spade, ;$ am «hovels, 1 half bushel, about 300 peach basket«, 25 grain bagi, 2 ox chain«, 5 small chains, 3 harrow chains, 4 sets of wagon harness, 10 «et of plow gears, 1 «et of single harness. 1 set of double carriage harness, 10 plow collars. 8 bridles, 1 riding suddle, meat bench, lot of barrels, G dung forks, 12 hay forks, 2 hand rakes, 3 axes, 1 maul, 3 mow ing and one briar scythe, 12 com knives, 3 corn hoes, 1 grubbing hoe, :t hog hooks 3 dung drags, lot of hog gambles. •_» ditch drags, l wood saw, 1 long ladder and I short ladder. 2 «et« of hen's nests, 4 chicken coops. Term«. —All sums of #20 mid under, cash ; all above that amount a credit of 9 months will lx* given by the purchaser giv ing a bankable note with an approved en dorser. Interest from date. No postponement on account of weather. , , „ JOHN A. CLEAVER. S. M. Enos, Auctioneer. feb2l-w2t burrow In plow'«, 1 Heckon cultiva be time« the eat of or j>er«onH to has each lungs urine, purga Con the that two enjoy In nutri done has is given Pills safe 25 not dozen price. PUBLIC SALE T HK subscriber, having rented hl« farm, will sell at Public Vendue, at Ills resi dence, in White Clay Creek hnndm», about and a half mile« north of Newark, iKMuwure, on THURSDAY, THK 1st DAY OF MARCH NEXT, Hi* entire «took and farming utensils, sisting in part as follows, to wif : Six head of good horse«, two mule«. 11 head of ?niTi r^i -_ one half of which will bo in profit by the day of sale, two heifers, one bull, ♦«*»» ^ n j|| yoke of oxen, six shouts, two four-hor«c J fl^i wagon«, one two-horse wagon, , äOJTV# ox-curt, one horse-cart one Ger -1- \TLfidinimtf>u-ii con M: ex i-\■ agon, one shifting one l nrk wagon, one rockaway ■ trotting wagon, one snlkey one Sleigh, one two-liorse imwerand thresher •ne champion mower, one Am, one coni »heller, one hay fork anil block and fall one horse rake, one cutting box, plows' harrows, cultivator», one roller, double anti single tree» two »et« of carriage harness two sets of heavy tongue harness, two sets or »tage home»», four »et» of lead harness hridies collar«, lines and double lines and double line«, 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-harrows, two cross-ent saws, forks, rakes, shovels, spades, hoes, picks, oil cans vinegar by the barrel ; also, a lot of ehesti nut rails by the hundred, and posts by tlie piece, plank board and scantling; also a large i|uantlty of old Iron. ' ' Hale to commence at 12 o'clock M. TKRMK.—A creditor nine months will bp raï«U ¥ ! th """■'"y and Interest lo beg In the first day of June, 1877. •* . ... „ MANSEL TWEED. Ii. W . Stidham & Son, A net's. iebl5 top buggy, wugon, Mo. ' low lu I*VI 1)1 lo (Sale. The subscriber having determIned to quit farming, will sell at PublteSule ui U ! ÏÏ1 e, i 1C(! ri 11 M ,*H Creek Hundred;' the roiid leading from Rod Clay Church, to Mendenhall's Mill, 3 ON THURSDAY, MARCH , „ »t 1 o'clock, p. m. The following Personal Property, to wit 1 horse, 2 cows, york wagon, dearborn' Vïï" e 2sleighs, (oneof them flSS I MiHTlson steel plough, i Moore plougT. No. 8,1 square harrow, cultivator roller' SitlÄikÄÄfef ,^iSS?g|!, d re»Â n r » h œ ü'?.rd. axo ! 2 5 ft y knives, forks, rakes walker fun.grain bags, grain eraddlo «nrn baskets ,, der barrels. ihîV by th?ton 'i? Dairy fixtures, consisting of milk'nans nH?J n . kel 1 t .le 8 ' 2 churns, scales and weRhte' milk buckets auil butter tub houscLok/ giSilSKÏtiîÿ' TORUS' an ; 1 ,r " rl, ' t y »roC-'arUele« y Creek iNt, 1877 *C and ,c«r ™?i^ nRACK? ®Äo^ r ' G ' PUBLIC SALE. nv"2mvï? Sprlll,!8 ' MU1 Cleek ON MONDAY', FEBRUARY at 1:30 o'clock the following valuable to. • at the res »•ear the Hundred, 2*iTii, 1877, - p. m., property, to wit: ri,»| H '™ nn ?'' «»PlX'seH to ho wiUi exteh MviI ,on ffii B 0 ** 1 driver •' c - wl " work anywhere milch ec,^,Xf, ry w«iM their sides; one bull, farm wa^on _ market dearborn, lot of wagons' niAVT" t .."le WiUi approved en thi Newport ..unk. MCCOY YEARSLEY Hit U nix. Aiiet'r, fehfest ÈS credit f< bankable dor«er, payable nt work Thom a uon ' °*™os_v AS the Horton lhllt-dozin-7~i . nifitd Stteion ' s ■ , n ,® n *» « Slclt-R n **V<ltrh to II,* T I WAtHIffoTos, p eb toUreattoj feat ure ' f ~~'Tie term Commiaainn j l le flth test Which .r, . l0 ' d> y »Mill, | n „ 5® *' ri •' ortr Thnr : ne« and ahasuce, M nr „ *° *»Ia wont, emteavnr.,î, to a rote »in, or ti. lo —a , I w * , " ou t Thu rnii " " r 8 e( l th»t thebDI for the filling of v»r.« . IN the Republican. i. " Cle, ,««4i I , h .„„o ", . Uü,1 *«U»J! ; t?" would withdraw In . . Mortons bull-dnzine with Braalev In ,, ■ " to R«nublie»n. »... • * junctu»! «»PUOHClins were in a had ÏÏ* l »e/ tilled the vacan ., * ; man. ts say nothin« , Wltl1 might take l, « 1 ?,°l Ibt .i.J* * le W0U M desiro «*• CM* argued again Ts headed ones knew itwn ! ] s let the Democrat. wühdlS Bayard and FrelinehuvHi. n f Thurman's house l!,""*" | , w"' ble T , h " bav * 'be commill there. This was 8ub8(n«#h» i on and th.funny sSo ^ tain going to Mabo.net w«'^ ^• T kc »"'Te."n 0 d D 'we W nU. ,h ,t* BUILD,. the poiat that they might uw« remained at the' 'c.pßi 1 !ï P r .*** nc# of 'beiriickii the joint high commiuiojrii, up stair, iato th. bed-"£5 rouad in generally U ndi £1 iu tioa. OB the bed, loungesaudus •ic Here the final y#t e throwing out Cronin unaokol (he other putting in Walls MS venal vote ef 8 te 7 . (■Oft D 1 ' !, "'«'t fore, If lo to : ocriu 9« of 1 1 Cleneral New* 1 lie ship Admiral, from Xe» J, »an Francisco, was wrecked a h es on the 8 th instant. She vu to $ 100,000 and her cargo at (ftlunj of the cargo may be saved. ' i The steamship Ohio ran into th,» ner George A. Twibill, bclo» a Island, yesterday afternoon, u j 4 in two. The crew were pickedaM Ohio's boats. The engineers engaged itlréi the south side of the Washinsai ment, in Washington, hare atoi immense gneiss rock, which tWs to extend under the base 01 the M and form a foundation at a depthdl ty-three feet below tho surface. , The Electoral Commission, raid unanimously rejected the vote oftj uln Electors from Oregon, and inal vote of 8 to 7, decided that the I Electoral votes of that State*! counted for Hayes and Wheels. I decision will be announced to Coe| to-day. 1 AN ELECTION JUDGE ARRESl In Philadelphia, George 11. Cl who officiated a» judge in the Fini sion of the Ninth Ward on electa was arrested, the allegation being Conway had placed bis tally-list l ballot-box Instead of delivering it M court aa prescribed by lav. Ml cause considerable eirilement ski count is being made, as the box i I division will have to In' unsealed. * Weather Bepert Washington, Feb. 21, Ull PROBABILITIES. I In the Middle States, rising lj ter, northeast winde. coo\ttJ9 and clering weather. Cautio™ nais continue in the Middled* Atlantic coast. The riversiH ally fall somewhat. J Flour and Feeds IVo. 4 East 7thi Constantly on hand Flonr,l4 Straw and Farm Produce,ol«*^ Uy. Also, vegetable and large supply Tn «easou at B*" price*. , ,. Order* for Coal received aw.F O. W. SAD attended to. dec 19 6rad HUSH'S Chestnut) Second Wharf above French Street Wharf" PROMPT AND A HEALTH INFLUENCE Restoring the Nervous and D«J Imparting Life, Strength, tlie waning organism. Successfully treating Disease Dn.BRYAN'S ELECTRO VOffiJ MAGNETIC AFPWM"^ aft«r Recently Introiluceil ( , and research. They »re of q" , er. Imbuing the system ", current of VUalUtng Mec ,nc ELECTRICITY IS NATURE'S^ A Sovereign Specific in vous Debility— DlHea^ ä ® Rheumatism Pandyri^-BFÖJ| ca- Spinal derangement's Dlsoruers of the Kidneys difficulties generally* .«.M s«»S a '' where medicines have/a*^ Reference« to numerous Patient*. „ . os 111 ustrated Pamhpiew ^,1 principle« of theiraction uppllcaiion, AUd i)R. BRYji Fin«®*"? H7 East jan9dly_ pHILIP MEYER. Vinegar Manufac at re« 1. 403 Voplnr Pure Cider Vinegar at- c also. Mince M°al, A f" lM BuUer, and Teppcr Sauce ty. -, THE FE TEETH 4 T EETH FOR ALL T BEAUTIFUL rP •3, «B, »■•«' * l# tf Teeth extracted wlth« ll J „fgas. üverthlrty^^ No. 8 East 6th HH 1 '** 1 ' ° PI 1