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abrite. = C* P. Johnson, Editor and Proprietoe Th* Daily GAiirn I*pubiighed every KftetiMOQ (Sunday excepté«.) at 4Ï6 Market «treet, and served by carriers to subscribers in all parts of the city and surrounding towns aad villages, for six cents a week, payable weekly. Yearly subscribers, S3 in advanee. ten DaL aw ark Gasbttk. established in Wk t is the largest and most flourishing weekly paper In the State, and has a larger rireuuMtloti tnan any other on the Peninsula. Published every Thursday afternoon, at *2 per year. In advance. February «O. 1877. The Rleetorml Count a FVsad. That the Electoral Co mmiss ion has proved to be nothing short of a Ketnrn ng Board setting in Washington to con firm and complete the secret and open f rauds practiced in Florida and Louisiana no one now can doubt. Every candid man must admit that the 'Commission was organized to take evi dence and weigh and carefully determine the case and to give the vote of the three disputed States to the candidates who carried them. In fact both parties had through their official committees sent sut their strongest men and secured the evi dence and this evidence was printed and much of it placed before the Senate and the House. Its strong points were known and it was also known to clearly estab lish the fact that the Democrats had car ried both Florida and Louisiana. This being the case the Commission, which was composed of a majority of Republicans, did not dare to hear and consider the evidence ; but ruled it all out t>y a strict party vote excepting such as might be tortured into favoring their par tisan wishes, hence the decisions of this scandalous body of meu, who many be •ieve to have perjured themselves to ar rive at their partisan conclusions, is re garded as the most stupendous fraud of the age. Under the circumstances is it any der that the eminent, learned and honest Democratic gentlemen composing the House of Representatives should hesitate to unite with the desperate party to make complete their detestable work—to turn the vote of the people and subject : he popular majority of a quarter of a million of videra and a majority of the Electoral Colleges to a reversion by the desperadoes constituting the Return Board of Louisiana ? won over We ennnot see how any action that now be taken by the Democrats in the House ot Representatives can prevent the violent partisans who control the ment in conjunction with the Radicals in '.he Senate and Ilouse, counting in Ilayes. It is said that sir. Ferry in case of dilitory action to delay the eouat until after the 4th of March, will invite the attendance o f :he House while he opens the certificates f and that after the Senate tellers count the votes he will declare Hayes elected. Grant and the Army under General .»herman are to see to the installation. And thus the fraud will be completed. The case is not unlike a referee trial where the parties agrieved find there has been collusion. We can govern see no way out of tbe difficulty—the Commission has rendered relief. The only thing left is for the House to refuse to sanction the fraud aud protest against it* consummation and peal the law under which the no re great wrong was committed. m Thk House of Representatives should not give the War Department one dollar for army purposes, after the present ap propriation lias been exhausted, unless coupled with a positive condition that portion of the military forces should be ised to control elections or interfere with the disputed governments of South 1 arolina and Louisiana. Orant told the interviewer yesterday evening that lie did not intend to embar rass his successor's southern policy ty recognizing either Packard or t'hainbere lain. He further says that should he do so, it would be necessary to support them by U. S. tr*ops, and that the try is weary of seeing state governments supported by federal soldiers. eoun Thk editor of the Hayes organ denies that Gov. Hayes inspired the article about recognizing tbe Chamberlain and Packard governments. But Mr. Hayes has not denied tlat those are bis views whether or not his friend, the editor the Slate Journal, spoke by authority. says he has been cheated a great deal during the last few rears, whereat the St. Louis Time* marks that during the same period the penitentiary lias been cheated of its dues a great deal worse. The citizens of Wilmington, X. C have met with the Mayor to consider the importance to the city of the construc a canal from Wilmington up the Northeast river about fifty miles, thence to New River, thence to the Nause thence up Bay river and across to Blunt's ■ reek, down that to Pamlico river and thence on to Norfolk. It was stated that the construction of the canal would in ScOOOOmn Va ' U , e of P ro P ert Y M least W.oSnXrere S ' ïe empl ° yment of J. Madison Wells re* to Freniniît * n >8 ■ ^ ven a reception at r remom Ohio, Saturday. He made ^ speech indicating that he'hasTee "pure* ing a philosophic course under the^nresi dential pressure. Among other Iranfl e ofa r»riety of letters he is com ÄS°oÄ ch sieep - ^Special Dispath to the Baltimore Sun.)] Frogre.» of the Ueeterat Count— The Came of South Carolina. WasHInoIon. Feb. 25.—In the joint convention ot the two homes yeeter l\ y ^ b ^ Ul V. Of .b 0 /!!l n r.T. M ,t r." D .^ h *" i*. de^Ldn^nf in the two houses on lira decision Of the electoral commission the most no table speecbe* were made by Senator Wbyte, of Maryland,and John Y oueg Brown, of Kentucky. Both of these gentlemen advocated carrying aut the provisions ot the electoral bill to the end, while at the same time they de nouuced in the mo*tvigorous and eio que ut language the Cheat tod the fraud which has been practiced upon the nennte The Hons* refiiAed to take a people- 1 he House reiusea to tage a recess until after the discussion on the Oregon case, and the objection to the »»nfk^wh trifft wuknown wereTo ^>e vanta, which it was known were to be made. The count will proceed to morrow until South Carolina is reach ed.whan it will be referred la the elec toral commission. It is understood that such of the counsel on the demo cratic side who <0 not live here have already left for home, and the Hon. George W. Julian, of Indiana,who has not heretofore appeared may h. the only counsel who will appèar fur the democrats in this case. The ground of objections ta the Hayes South Caro lino wn»g> h.wa haspaatrvf sr« h.nn _. u j hna Tote have heretofore been stated. The commission Will conclude ils de* cision either to-morrow night or early ltc uhrtw« will l uesday morning, and its labors will inen De terminated. oome FOR a Raw lucnoK. The Washington Union of to-mor row will come out in a double leaded editorial in favor of a new election*» President, and the stoppage of the electoral count. The tone of com ment to-night is, however, to the ef fect that under the ruling made by Speaker Randall yesterday.and which, by the way, waa a great surprise to most every one, it will not be possible for dilatory motions to make much headway. Several of the leading Southern democrats here said to ie publican members to-day that they will oppose any further dilatory mo tions. THE KBW ELECTORAL RILL*. In regard to the two bills providing for a new election and for the insti tution of quo waranto proceed ings on the part Mr. Tilden, it is now ascertained that in all probabili ty they cannot command the united support of tbe democrats,, as several of tbe latter express tbe opinion that there| is no authority in the constiti: tion for the passage of either bill. The appropriation bills are all in very good condition, as most of them are now in conference committees. After the South Carolina cose is decided by tbe commission there canjbe no legislative business done until the electoral count is completed. This of itsalf is suffi cient to defeat Mr. Field's two bills. THE POLICY OP HAYES. A letter was received hero to-night from Gov. Hayes, in which he says that he will stand faithfully to the policy of moderation and conciliation toward the South, which he expressed in his letter of acceptance. Ths three democratic Representa tives from the Chicago district re ceived by telegraph to- lay resolutions passed last-night by the democratic executive committee ©f Chicago, urg ing them to do all in their power to secure a new election and to prevent the accession to tho presidency ol a man whose title is traiuled with fraud and befouled with crime. THE SENATE REPUBLICANS, The Senate republicans will hold a caucus early in the week to decide de finitely upon their programme ofpio ceedinga to counteract any movements for delay which may be taken on the other side. CONGRESS. In the United Sûtes Senate, Saturday, the only business of interest was the adoption of a resolution sustaining the action of the electoral commission in counting the three votes of Oregon for Hayes and Wheeler, and the adoption of another resolution in favor of counting the vote of another alleged ineligible * publican elector from Pennsylvania. In the House the army appropriation bill was reported, it reduces the number of cava.ry regiments to eight, artillery to four, and of infantry to sixteen, and contains a provise prohibiting any of the money appropriated by the bill from being applied for the pay, transportation or subsistence of troops to be employed m support of the claim for either Nicholls •nd Packard as Governor of Louisiana, or . , support of thn rival Legislatures in said State, and prohibits the employ ment of any portion of the army in sup port of the claims of any State govern ment or any officer of said State until du ly recognized by Congress. Conference commutées were appointed on the post office appropriation, the naval, the deti ciency and legislative appropriation The postoffice route bill waa reported and passed. At an early hour the two houses of Congress went into joint con vention on the electoral count, when the decision of the majority on tbe vote © ©u waa ann *>unced. Objections to the decision were presented, and the]*^ two houses separated. After a long de bate, participated in by Messrs. Hoar Hewitt, Brown and others efter which a resolution was adopted by a v^te of 151 to 107 that the vote ol Watts, one of the electors from Ore C on, be not conn ted. _ But as the Senate confirmed it the de cision of the electoral commig«i*n will Stand. Ihe oenate again reappeared, and the tw* houses went into joint, ses^ *ion. When the certificates of Penn sylvama were handed to the tellers ob r'aniallectore'^on th ° D<! ° f ^ Mhtv hut whh^, ^ . gr ° Un i ° f ,neh f i ' UÜÎxï* ® ut 1 wlthou t action in the case the House took a recess until 10 o'clock this mornmg, by a vote of 133 yeas to 121 nays. * re bills. Mrs. *• T Stevvar» Enriching Her Brother. Mrs. A. T. Stewart has given to her erahl. ev M I' l Charlef! P Clinch, the ven th« b ,t,l* , Ass,3,ai,t Collector of the Port, the title to a mansion in Thirty-fourth street, opposite the Stewart palace Tbe prone«, « worth *50.000, and wa. in eluded in her husband's estate Sh« nuiîvo'f 410 0 ?iü O ' r H US u h,r brother an an StaS„°toVa"nd°ro b" e ne h w h'Z 0 '" 1 A. t-nement house belonging to John Griffith near Brookville Mont goaierv county, was do-troyed bv fire on »be 18 th inst. The fire w., s sup posed to be incendiary. ^ onERIFF'S SAl_. .IO By virtue of «»It of levari Farias, !? ,™'L/Vk2 0ted ' wl1 * -«»posed to Public LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St., Ke J* by <*»• w - OKllp, In the city of Wll mington, Newcastle county,Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th DAY OF MARCH. 1877. at two „1^00^ p m _ me following desarlbed Real Estate, yl*: A11 mo*« two loU OT plMM * land situate In the city of Wilmington, bounded ana dmerthed aaibllows to wit: J^îi^SrtfÂÂÎa'ïStftâÜ^ »newline dividing this loi from land of Philip McDowell south forty-eight and one half degree* west one hundred and twenty one feettoa8take thence b v another line dividing from the said Philip McDowell north iorty-three and a half degrses west ÄÄÄq'Ä one-half degrees east US to the side of the aforesaid Turnpike the last ftientloned through the division wall or ^o^iSg to «a!d pSîlp*jfâ5!w g ell ; thence along said Turnpike road south fifty-five degrees east twenty feet throe ** the No. 2, Beginning at a post at the south westerly side of the Kennet* Turnpike Lld'llnd six auu oue-half degrees» west one hun dred and twenty feet to a line of land of JMMp McDowell; thence thereby south fifty-one degrees east fifty feet six Inches to a corner; thence by the same north forty and one-fourth degrees east one hundred an £ 3£ 1rty " I ? lne feet to the «Ida or tbeKen nett Turnpike road aforesaid, and thence thereby north sixty -five and one-fourth de grees west fifty-one feet six inches to the bethe cont * nU u,CTeof Seizedand taken Inexecutiona* thepro K.^fhu wife, Â^ând^toÂdî by ISAAC GRUBB, Bhernr. Sheriff's Office, New Castli* February la, 1876. ] SHERIFF SALES. fob 19-3 taw Ls. S HERIFF'S HALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, lo me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL. 841 Shipley Ht., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, THE 7tii DAY OF MARCH, 1877. at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following desc ribed Real Estate, viz All that certain lot or parcel of land situ ate in the city ot Wilmington, Isninded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at formed by tne line of the southern side of Eighth street and the southerly side of DuPont street; thence southerly along side of DuPont street one hundred and four teen feet to a stake; thence westerly and parallel to Eighth street sixty-four feet to a stake northerly forty-eight degree* east to the southerly side ot Eighth street ; thence easterly by along side of Eighth street 26 feet to the first mentioned course and place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of Thomas 8. Lewie, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, February 15, 1877. a corner teb!9-3tawts. HERIFF'S SALK. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on 9 WEDNESDAY, THK 7th DAY OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m„ the following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land with a two-story lrume house thereon erected, situate in Christiana hundred, county of New Castle. State of Del., bound ed and described as follows, to wit : Begin ning at the intersection of the easterly side of Rodman street at fifty feet wide with the northerly side of Fifth street and extended thence along said side of Rodman street northerly fourteen feet to a stake; thence easterly parallel with Fifth street seventy five feet to another stake; thence southerly parallel with Rodman street fourteen feet to tbe aforesaid side of Fifth street, und thence thereby westerly seventy-five feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of Anthony K. dcNorrnandie und Mary deNormandie, his wife, and 1 . 1 ., and to be sold by S ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, ( February 15, 1877. * febl0-3tawts S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the ' SHERIFF'S SALE, By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia« to n ? e Ä ire £ U * 1 ' wi L 1 exposed to Public Sale a „ the h ? n £? °f w !"- w Anthony, in the n * Cfeck himdred *° W C " tle COU "'>'; , Delawar e. on TUESDAY, THK Kth BAY OF FEBRUARY', 1877 At 2 o'clock, p. m„ The following described Real Estate viz: , A jl that certain messuage and tract of la »d composed of two adjoining tract* slt ln .Y*,' 11 Crce k hundred, New Castle oV«i,i t ^ D ? lawl i r , e '^ glun i nB at « "tone to 161 **J«°I* r S h «< to u stone In the rîdddto of a public road; thenee along the middle of road south lj^ degrees east 96 2-10 per c " e * ^an old corner of the land formerly of Andrew Walker, and continuing along saui road southerly to the corner of land of the h eirs of s. Rankin; thence thereby north 81 degrees east 148 6-10 perches to a stone; thence north 7 degrees west 13 8-10 perches to a stone; thence north 75u degree* east 99 perches to a stone in the Turnpike Creek road; thence thereby north 28 perches; thence north 8# degrees west 42 perches; thence north ftiif degrees west 16 perches thence south 99 degrees west 16 perches; thence north 93 degrees west 4 perches to a new corner, thence by land of the heirs of Wm. Baldwin south 63* detn-ees west eleven perches and ninety-five hundredths to the place of beginning, containing about oue hundred and twenty-three acres of land be the same more or less, with u_house erected barn aUd other outbu Udings thereon Seized and tAken in execution as tho nro perty of Charles Whiteman and Matilda P his wife, and 1 .1 and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB Sheriff Sheriff's Office. New Castle /* ' February 7.1*77. ' ( feb8-3tawt* LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley 8t., kept by Ueo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wll mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, THE 7th day IF MARCH, 1*77, at 2 o'clock, p. in. till* following described Real Estate, viz : All that certain lot, pleee or parcel of laiul with four frame houses thereon erect ed, situate ln Christiana hundred, county of New Castle, and State of Delaware hounded aud described as follows towlt : Beginning on the easterly side of Rodman street at fifty (to) feet wide at the distance of fourteen feet northerly from the norther ly s *dc Of Fifth street extended, thence along said side of Rodman street northerlv one hundred and eighteen feet to a stakiv thence easterly parallel with Fifth street seventy-five feet to another stake: thence southerly parallel with Rodman street fore ty-elght leet to another stake : thence west erly parallel wita Fifth street seventy-five Seized and taken ln execution as the pro perty of Anthony E. deNormandie and Mary deNormandie, his wife, and 1.1 and to be sold by • ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff Sheriff's Office. New Castle, > February 15, 1877. \ fe toil-Slaw ts. HBRIEF SALES. S HERIr By virtue^ » writ of Levari Fa<*M. tome directed, wm be exposed, to Public 8ale, at the GILl'IN HOUSE, vept by George Whit field. in the city of New Castle, In New Castle Hundred, New Çastle Co., Del., on TUESDAY. THE 6th Day OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'clock ; P. M., the following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain tract or parcel of land, Rltuate in New Castle Hundred In the Couuty of Newcastle, and State of Dela ware, bounded by the public Road lead ing Irom Hare a Corner to Saint George* by by the New castle ana rmionuiwu rwui road.by land now or lateof Outerhridgeaod and william Moore, by lands of the Trus tees of the Baptist Church and other con taining seven acres more or less including all the buildings thereon, and the house the premises thereon, lately owned, held und occupied by Mrs.CassIday. Seized and taken inexécution as tImprop erly of John Bartholomew surviving Mort gagor and 1.1., and to be sold by I8A AC GRUBB. Sheriff. and barn Sheriff's office, New Castlel Fobruary 13lh,1877. feb!7-3tawts. HERIFF'8 HALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me directed will beexposed to Public, Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley 8t. kept by.Geo. W. Ortllp. in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNE8DAY, THE 7th DAY OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'clock P. M., the following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land and buildings, known as the Delaware Works" situate in the city ofWll ..«v^n, aforesaid, bounded and described f<)llows, to Wit: Beginning at the lnter aiction of the northerly side of Third street and easterly side of Orange street, thence northerly along said side of Orange street, 120 feet, ll Inches, more or less, to land late of James Plunkett, thence along the same easterly parallel with Third street 81 feet 3 inches to a stake,thence Southerly paral lel with Orange street 120 feet 11 inches more or less to the aioresaid side of Third 8 "8 ■ street, and thence along the same westerly 81 feet 5 incites to the place mf beginning be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken In execution as the property of Emily Porter surviving Mort gagor and widow of Alexander Porter de ceased, Geo. W. Sparks, Executors of the last will and testainment of Robert D Hicks, deceased, Annie M. Brown only child and heir at law of said Robert D. Hicks and William J. Brown, husband of said Annie M. Brown, and 1 .1., and tobe sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. SeerlfTs office New Castle, f February 13th, 1817. i feb!7-3tawts. HERIFF SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Hale, at the LAKAYETT HOTEL, 811 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, In the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, s THE 7th DAY IF MARCH, 1S77. at 2 o'clock, p. in., the following described Reul Estate, viz : All that certain lotofiand with two-story brick dwelling houses thereon erected, sit uatc in the city of Wilmington aforesaid, bounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning at the northwest corner or Sec ond and Souries streets, thence westerly along tlie northerly side of Second street 66 feet to the easterly side of a three feet wide alley leading into Second street; thence northerly along the said easterly side of said alley 15 feet, more or less, to a corner; thence easterly and parallel to the first de scribed line and Second street passing the centre of the party wall dividing tills house from the one adjoining on the north 68 feet, more or less, to the westerly side of Searlos street, and thence thereby southerly 15 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of George Crisdon and WilhelmTna, his wife, and 1 .1., and to be sold by rlff ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, New Castle,> February 15, 1877. J iebl7-3ta wts. S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of levari Farias me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTF. HOTEL, Ml Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, In the city of Wil mington, New Castle couuty, Dcluwure, on to WEDNESDAY, THE 7tu DAY OF MARCH, at two o'clock p. m., the following described Real Estate, viz hAe t ! ,at ?; T,aln lot of land and two-story ïftîi! w! "f house thereon, situate In the city of WUralqgton, bounded and deserlb 0,1 follows, to wit: Beginning at the southerly side of Taylor street, I atwoen Wilson and Poplar streel*. at tbe distance v,. ?. U r, U * e '' feet one and a quarter Inches from the easterly side of Wilson street: thence southerly through the centre of the party wall between tills and the adjoining """»eon'be westof John Sayers, ahd par tf ' v 1180,1 street, thirty-four feet, more or less to a corner ; thence easterly parallel to lay lor street thirteen feet eight fourth inches to another corner; thence Rné^oi i y w?n ranel 10 Ul e fl,bt mentioned . lso ?. s . trc< "t through the centre of the party wall betw een this and the ad joining house on the east, of Robert R Porter, thirty-four feet, more or 1*1", to the aforesaid southerly side of Taylor street! •"Mb"!" thereby westerly thirteen feet b^r nnhib-ehes^to the place O they may.' h ® eonUnts thereof what Seized and taken to execution as the pro petty of Andrew McHugh and Annie, mi wife, and 1 . 1 ,, and to be sold bv ' Sheriff's «jffieé S Ai C c,Stta ,;i, ' B ' * S, "* rlfl ' February 15, 1877. 1877, and one feb]7-3tawts. S HERIFF SALE. By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ft Ito^lde med ' reC ' t<Hl WlU be exposed to pub AT TILE HOTEL OF WM. B FORD P®ncader Hundred Nl-w C a*tle county, Deluware, ' x,tw TUESDAY^THE 6th DAY op MARCH. 1877, at 1 o'cloch, p M., The following descrlbod Heal Estate viz Penooder 1 Humlrod^ 1 New^CastleHoountv 1 ÄÄVyTnd°,^atarwiuiam U Ä : or ios8: Seizeil und taken into execution as Uie of Ihomas Lewis, and to he property sold by WILLIAM 11. LAMB80N, Late Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. New Castle Leb. 13th, 1877. feb 15-3 tow t* „,-, L . SÜ ',, A 'l u >»t certain lot ated In Pencader Hu min'd " U |"l y v. a "u Delaware^"bounded Titter, on the on the of land situ New Castle w'eïm N i urt !i by lends of A. , ,,^. r wSSr-a- "i^tâ 8 OU8eand L °B Bnrn U.ereon z W ILLIAM H. LAMBSON, Lata Sheriff. Sheriff's office, New Castle reb. 13th, 1877. febl5-3tawts Agents SÄ Wanted Dandle the Patent land. Seil« ll, „ 7 ; ere«? Self-Closing Ink sed. Prodt, ' " lghl wl, erever ink is SSdretaA « 'SFj; 7 ' cento. Ahtiadelphis Pa "lÄSSUST* TAMER M. BRYa* 0 " to U 2G K s Im ir N ; TKR a ora in er, lvl>- "n H PLEY STREET. PUBLIC SALE. W ILL be sold at Public tele, at the res idence of tlie subscriber, adjoining the Rpioe Mills, on THURSDAY, MARCH 8TII, 1877, The following described Personal Proper ty, to wit: 3 good work or tarin horses. _ _ colt, coming 3 years old 1» pi*. _ May, six good JHjMB milch cows. 2 [1 yW ljSÎBlL of u * em *prlngteJfl<t—I Ji ere. 7 ah oats, farming utwi ■ fViU7flj L| ||| l | i grain drill, horse rake, one cutting dox, 1 horse cart, a one-horae threshing machine, clover huiler, grain fan (Bombard's), Wood mowing machine, best in the State; com sheller, harpoon hay *»•*. I two-horse wagon, two market dear borns l curriHKc, l pair of twin harrows, 1 drag narrow, plows, cultivators, roller, shovels, hoes, forks, rakes and many other things too numerous to mention. Harness, wagon and plow harness, 2 sets of dearborn harness, l set of new carriage harness, one Dutch collar. Condition» op 6aj*x—A ll sums of *25 ami under cash. All sums over «28 a credit of six months will be given, by the purcha ser giving a bankable note wllh approved security, payable at the Union National Bank of Wilmington, Delaware. Bale to commence at 1 o'clock, p. m. JOHN 8TEWART. febM-ts Thomas Brackin, Auct'r. ï-*iiY>lie Wale ov REAL ESTATE. ILL be sold at Public 8ale, on the premises. No. 614 ORANGE 8t., in the city of Wilmington, Delaware, on SATURDAY, Thk 3d Day of MARCH, at 10 o'clock, a, m., 1877, the following described property, viz : W A11 that certain messuage, tene ment and lot of land on which is erected a three-story brick and a two-story frame house, situated on the easterly side of Orange St., bet. 6th and 7th Sts., bounded on tho north by a 3-feet wide alley, on the south by lands now formerly of Jesse Rogers. The brick house being about twelve feet six inches front on Orange street, the lot running back easterly that width a»M)ut 90 feet. To be sold without reserve or under bidding. Terms made known on the day of sale. febUKeodts W J. P. HERDMAN. First Annual Joint Sale OP PERSONAL PROPERTY fi A VINO . surplus of stock, Ac., on huml we will sell at Public.Sub premises of Wm. M. Kastburn, Corner Ketch, Mill Creek hundred, Del., TUESDAY, MARCH 6 tii, 1*77, at 12 o'clock, M., the following described property, viz : Twenty head of horses and colts, among which are several good drivers, the rest are good farm c; road horses; oue mare In foal, 8 head of cows, some of which will be in profit by day of sale, «»head of cuttle, steers and heif ers, 33 head of well selected wes-_ wJ'T>? S r^ Uh , !">">« by pure Southdown bucks, fj fat wethers, three shoats of Berk shire stock, would mnke excellent brood sows 0 shoal* of Chester White stork 25 or 30 pair of chickens, 1 good rockaway car rlage. In perfect order, (Thompson A l'a* JbjtR » mf k °,) 1 dug-out wagon, lsulkey, '"bushels oi extra seed oats, ripens ten days earlier than common oats lobushcls prime clover seed warranted clear of Dink °L!'. arrl î t ' t ,ul1 of carpentOT toofs in good order, formerly the property î®-' 1 "« 1 , " I'.tcf chestnut posts and rails, and many other articles not hereto mentioned. Conditions —On all sums of *25 and upwards, 9 mouths credit will be given by the purchaser giving a bankable nota with approved endorser. If not paid when due. interest will bo added from date. On ull sums under $25, cash will be required r vu o WM. M. EASTBURN. L. W. Htiihiam A Hon, Aim's near on or of James The Hubseribcrs, Intamftug to quit the dairy business and remove to a small farm ft rp irn 1 ?' }bree quarters of a mile from Pyle's œunty , Pa , on y U>w,ls,ll P. c ' h ««er TUESDAY, the 27th of FEBRUARY 1*77 erty e towl 0 t Wln * descr| b«i Personal Prop' 3 Head of Horaes-No. 1 , a good brood ^ ^ ' 8 } ® ars °1'd » sou nd and gen \ n al * hinds of harness. No CYTS Z \ a b »y mare coming three a'bLy Â n ' Jïïf "Sïï years old. 12 Head of SuJrior Milch Cows, all of which wm bioTl lu profil by tho (lay of «ale FivelcU Hujwto, HS™xl 11* Of good stock, I hJBBsvvd Boar Pig of extra stock arming Implements, consisting of ox* cart, hay lax], two-horec wagon. plows Ä ,nllk ^ uc ^ ct ~ s * Ac - 1 wardrobe, hale to commence at l o'clock n m r»n 8,1 wanes' a C cräVt°or — f U 8um »'o f Wând " ums a credit of six months will be note with 1 anfprf C i? 8er ? lv *»8 a bankable Cndcr*y',c,S, t>U cnJor » < ' r ' All sums f 13-w2t* PUBLIC SALE. OF PERSONAL PROPERTY years up gfv JESSE GRAVES. LEWIS J. GRAVES hols. Auc't. febS-wts Wkbii A. Nit I^INULING wool) OAK AND PINE, $1.50 PER LOAD DELIVERED* Her« WHA L r oll?Ofe^i r .i? KAPED WAGON LOAD OF OAK AND PINE WOOD, and only * 1.60 abbott* McKinney, Shop 516 O nuage Street. L.oo l< D. linn H. KENT A CO., -raportars and Manufacturer's Agents for IRON, IRON, STEEL, STEEL, hardware, AND COACH MATERIAL. hardware NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY zu onaNOE STREETS, Wilmington, Dki.. AND 210 AN O^BEl^ Til* Jl HATTER,II »'No. Easi Third Street, WiluiiBgiou, Del a NOTICE ». LINQUENTsi OTICETO And Nchtx llgned hav tal cards 1 Iraes, do give our pal N axe« for x«7c. rendered bill,7.,,"?" having oullol « notice that \ve h»v75ÿ - .-. Sluder ihe law la paid to this we wlllpÄi lect by making levies. Those whiT» Ü 01 * avoid the cosU should call and mai,* 1 ® 1 « arrangement* when they will rav vi®' not propose to pay to the city uh,. o."' *» other people, nor do we Intend our , « pay them for us. N.B—Those owning Lot* and i,.. paid the tax on them, we wlllwil ,u ch ",.' for tax and cost«. "•** Office No. 10 East Sixth street Market and King. Hour, from 8 A M.to uu , f r( , m . 7 to * P. M E. PROVOST, *"'** Collector for N um, , E. farm Ait • ' Mrrt ' Collector lor B.DIstn i> I l, ntla Kf Ini». i fc24.ini N otice to county tax-pav.. Till' resident* of Uie city of uon ï!s ton, who have not already . <iue«ted to call and pay theli ftoji i ' " and Poor Tax Ibr the jesr in. 'taÄ! ly, or they will be returned a» .Id n^ and stricken from the •saesBtm'ntS' 1 '* Office «18 Market street, " to nine o'clock, evening. n rrom * JOS. L. CARPKNTFR A. GIVEN, - U! Collecto-» 1 ' feb23.ini Tax-Payers OF CHRISTIANA HUNDRED T HE tax-payers of Christiana are hereby mum.«! that all lai«™ paid on or before MARCH 1 st will Cm looted according to law Tho ColleetoS be at aibson's Hotel, West Fourth Wilmington on SATURDAY, FfB ARY «T 1 I, from » until 4 o'clock ' NORRIS WILSON, ColleoJ fl9-6t Ï \OG REGISTER NOTICE— ALLEM / son* owning or having don a £| oir premises, are required tohavefeZl regularly registered, between tho 20 th of January. After the latterdsS ordinance will be strictly enforced irJe unregistered dogs. JAMES O'TOOLJL I Jall-tf Chief of Poll* I OB VO STORES. Trust! and Brace Départi meut. H aving a »took of trusses brj ckh.hu PPURTKRN ,H UHPF.vÛÎ other mechanical u|>|il!unrm ua liaNSed In extant and variety by that oft other similar establishment lutberouu and with upward« of Twenty Tear* Kiperirm In applying them, we feel eonfliltaiof« ability to give entire «atlHfuitioi:!« allia requiring our services In this <1 irecüoa. OUR INSTRUMENTS are constructed In the best maimer o a best materials, and of various Mm'toei all cases, rrom tho smullcsi liifuitlh largest udult. WE HAVE A PRIVATE HOOK I for their adjustment, while our primni so moderate and so varied byoiireteh«| assortment, as u> suit the pocket* of »L ] Hundreds o(penny] after trying tiie limfl • " N v.> «hies have exprantl « •: 7 -cSLtaxV 1 u,e4r G r *ttiflcationo(M * I i. Uÿ.Vjû Tv facilities and ecoaoH with which they lunl ^ been suit«! at oo:*| tablishincul. E. BRINOHÜRNT SCO, „ ... ApoUieraH* N. W. Cor. Sixth and MsrlirtHtree« _Wilmington,!)*.. W. E. WILLIAMS, DRUGGIST, Ninth and Market Streets^ Kfcig » fu'l line of DRUGS AND MEDICINES,' Pur*, frwh, fuiU ®*rotultj fleeted for ü FŒ N o°RDg»^Yî:! Fraßt« BLSI quality 0BT1IM Kflvcrtocriûeing quality fvrchwptia s *o«*o-ltKA.HONABLli PRICK ^P«****! «ttentiob pai l to oouapoiniw ; PRK8CK1H,I "- Nr ' " ARKFLLU Mi, ' CURATELY, bV W. E. WILLIAM», brunis, Corner Ninth and Market Urtttt Wilmington. At foh«-tf CARD. The underaigned successor toa:wl * PI ner in the late firm of K. B'lnghailllB u< holesale and Retail Druggists, will tinue the business at the old stand, while returning his sincere thanksth8f| previous efforts of the firm have mtt»| such gratifying appreciation, wlll,wl?| aid of a full corps of competent und£l full assistants who have had a pr^l training in tills establishment in lb«*! perlence respectively, of from five years each and three of whom are at es oj the Philadelphia OMtge of endeavor by faithnil and careful attefi" 1 to tiie highly responsible duties o.■ Apothecary In his manifold dealing? life aad health, to merit and recel veUjt» oral patronage so long extended tothliw Z. JAMES BELT. Apotli««2. ecVtf Cor. Sixth and Market^» FROS tlMSl ttJl A L w ALTER CUMMINS A i l OHNE V-A I - AW Ns Olt» iCtntt street (Next door to Post Offl« 1 , W 1 LMINOTO 81 W: dec20"3tf D r.urimbhaw, NO.S26 WEST Dov rttr E H. FRAZIER, . JUSTICE OF _ . AND NOTARY PUBLIC* Office hours from 7 o'clock A. " °' el0 £-* r MARKET8S ström THE til® E dward l. rice, Jr., ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINS* AND SURVEYOR. , Makes maps of lands, rent« MJJ. makes collection«. Also draw» mortgages with neatnoss and di»P»'5!U| flee, No.8 Exchange Building. ral work and surveying a sja«':« 11 ) dec7 *7 fely ___. JJOGERS * KI Si*v E i£'bnginei» Office, MDelawark.Rt««^ Land Surveying a specialtjf ^ DR. drug sroKï N- W- Cor- 3d &. Washing«)" S WiLMnreTO*' Jan7d6m J- L VALLANDIGHAM. ATTORMEV-AT-I'A No. 4 AUmoHd's B*iW* febC-ly ^ IJtEETH FOR ALL TBE BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT •3, •», fig and *10 ^ Teeth extracted wltliout P'iJJ.ie'n'E of gas. Over Uilrty^jar^c^^otfj No. 8 East 5th Street, '>PP osll (,|i!f Moo—» pEOTiU PER SÏ*'