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C. P. Johnson, Editor and Proprietor
friz Daily Gasbttb is published every
aftarRoonf Sunday excepted,) at 416 Market
tllreet, and served by carriers to subscribers
in all parts of the city and surrounding
kooraeand villages, for six cents a week,
fiayahte weekly. Yearly subscribers, S3
Dilawari Gazette, established
is the largest and most flourishing
eekly paper in the State, and has a larger
Malaiion toan any other on the Peninsula.
Puhltthed every Thursday afternoon, at *2
in
I I
per year, in advance.
February 97, 1877.
The Sc hool Bills.—T here are now
two bills at Dover to change the law
governing our Public Schools.
Last night the Board of Education was
:n session, and by a unanimous vote
passed a resolution denouncing and re
jecting one of these bills. While
this was being done, the City Council,
which was in sesssion also, had the same
bill under consideration, and after au
amendment proposed by Mr. Paynter,
changing the property qualification for
membership to the same as that of City
Councilman, it was unanimously passed.
Thus we hare the two bodies hold direct
ly opposite views on this important mat
ter. This is much to be regretted. Both
bodies are largely Republican in politics.
But from our school affairs politics is de
sired to be excluded. And we shall so treat
the matter in any reference we may make
to it.
The bill approved by the Council has
some good points, in our judgment ; there
is one or two however, from which we
dissent. We find there is great objection
to reducing the number of the Board be
low twenty ; another objection is to
electing the President of the Board by a
vote of the people cf the city. It is very
likely that the gentleman who drew the
hill did not consider that it would cost
considerable trouble for a gentleman
nominated for President to have ten sepa
rate tickets printed for the wards ; there
being no pay attached to the office, it
will be difficult to find men competent
who will accept of it. When the Board
was constituted of a small number, they
were no better educated. At present in
the choice of a larger number, all classes
are represented, and we are more sure of
getting enough competent men to run the
Board properly. The chief objection
now is to the cost ; and if the present Board
had been more economical there would
have been no objection raised to it.
We object entirely to the Board being
allowed to mortgage the school property.
This never ought to have been done. And
the legislature ought not to allow bonds
to be issued to pay off the present mort
gage without supplementing the act with
a clause prohibiting such mortgages in
ftiture.
The bill presented by Senator Ray
could very readily be perfected into
excellent charter for the Board, that
would be acceptable to all parties.
an
The Baltimore Gazette thinks the
chance of there being
Presidential office is not at all inconsider
able. We think it not at all probable.
We despise the fraud by whicli Hayes
will be put into office, and tear that it
will set a precedent that may destroy the
popular faith in the ballot. For surely
there is no use in holding elections in all
the States for Presidential Electors if a
Return Board in any State be allowed to
hold back the returns and throw out
enough votes to give the election to
whom it pleases, or sell its vote for a con*
sidération.
vacancy in the
Tlieie is great doubt about tlie ctoudUs
of the uew reservoir being fit for' such a
purpose : at all events there is no need of
completing that work for two years to
come; anil the legislature might with
great propriety refuse to grant the loans
asked for.
In two years we
t:r able to finish the work. In the
time let a larger pipe be put downOrange
street. This alone would add largely to
onr water supply.
ill he bet
mean
The General Assembly have accepted
the invitation of the Board of Education,
and will visit this city to-morrow. They
will be enter tained at the Cla yton House.
Unless the Board of Educatioa, reduces
salaries and cuts down expenses it deserves
to be legislated out of existence.
Senator Thurman's resignation of his
position on the Electoral Commission
would have had no effect upon it* rulings
tna-mueh as he belonged to the c
anil not to eight. His resignation
on account of sickness, and his sickness
waH on account of disgust. Senator Ker
nan, who s
little to do.
«even
was
uoceeiLs him, will have hut
The Reading Kagle is now issued
Nnnday. Its first Sunday issue is a vigor
ous effort to give the latest and most in
teresting news.
'"»Car Whrei. 8 have been slow
win lavor from American railw..
managers. It is said, however, that thev
way eompanms td tÏ K *'7 era ' English rail
r.,ih-„o P Th " London Echo de.
â éîen n P roce88 , of manufacture, from
which it appears that the paper wheels
are to be made in Shefflelil, hut aueord
mg to the ''American process " -| ..a
vantages claim, «1 for paper wheoD are
greater elasticity and greater strength
proportion to weight than can be obrain
ed from metal wheels,and the same wear
ing qualities, steel tires being used.
CONGRESS.
a
In the U. S Senate yesterday the re
signation of Senator Thurman as a mem
ber >>f t-ti* electoral commission, on ac
count of ill health, was announced, and !
Senator Kerman, of New York was un
animously elected to fill the vacancy.
The Senate unanimously ovcruled an
objection to the counting of Slater a re
publican elector from Rhode I*land, on
account of Ueged ineligibility. A reso
lution to proceed to the election of a
E resident pro tempore of the Senate whs
ùd on the table, to be called up for con
sideration at an early day. The report
of the conference committee on the In
dian appropriation bill was
and agreed to.
I a the House, after considerable de
bate Henry J. Boggs, elected to fill the
vacancy in the IVnubylvani i elector d
college, caused by the ineligibility of D.
J. Morrell, wusdecltred an ineligible el
ector,but the Senate having haviug voted
otherwise the vote of Pennsylvania was
counted for Hayes aud Wheeler, The
two houses, in joint session, then took
up Rhode Island, whe the democrats
made objection to Slater, one of the re
ublican electors, .»« being ineligible,
lit in separate session both houses over
ruled the objection, and Rhode Island
was counted for Hiyes and Wheeler.
The joint convention re-asaembled, and
when South Carolina was called two
certificates for both the republican and
democratic electors were presented by
both parties, were referred to the elec
toral commission.
bmitted
.
The New Hampshire Election—
Two weeks from next Tuesday, March,
13,New Hampshire elects a Governor,var
ious State officers, aud three Congress
men. Now that Hayes is about to be
counted in for President the republicans
claim that they will carry the State by a
handsome majority, aud that two of the
three Congressmen, at least, will be re.
publican. The present delegation in
Congress from New Hampshire stands
two democrats to one republican. The
next Congress, excluding New Hamp
shire, stands 148 democrats to 142 repub
licans, allowing the republicans al! they
claim in South Carolina, Louisiana and
Florida.
Tweed Instituting Suits.— Papers
were drawn up by Wm. M. Tweed's coun
sel on Friday in suits against the former
artners of the ''ex-Boss'
usines» transactions. The papers will
be served speedily, and the purpose for
instituting the suits is to bring about a
settlement so that Tweed may he enabled
pay back to the city a portion of the
len money for his release from jail,
Tweed's claims against his partners'arc
claims in regard to real estate transac
tions, dealings in various classes of stocks
ane personal claims, such as money loans,
etc. Many persons, it said, who were
benefited by Tweed's liberality iu former
times have refused to surrender the prop
erty given to them in tiust or loaned to
them, aud hence the litigations.
' in various
Mrs- Mary Thrash, at Hawling'sSta
tion, Allegany county, resently fell in
her fireplace aud was burned to death.
8hc had been married about twelve
months.
HERIFF'S SALE.
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 George YV. Ortllp, in the city of
Wilmington, Newcastle county, Del., on
WEDNESDAY,
THE 14th DAY O* MARCH, 1877,
8
at 2 o'clock, p. m.
The following described Real Estate, viz:
All that certain lot of land with a two
story brick dwelling house thereon, situate
ia the said city of W11 mington bounded and
follows, to wit: Beginning at
a point on the westerly side of llcald street
atslxty feet wide.atthedistanceoftwohun
dred and thirty-one feet southerly from the
southerly side ef A street at seventy feet
wide a corner of land of William C. Mar
tin; thence westerly along said Martin's lino
and parallel with A street
two feet six inches to a stake, thence south
erly and parallel with Heald street fifteen
feet six inches to a stake in land of William
K. Stockley; thence easterly along said
Stockley's line and parallel with A street
one hundred and two feet six inches to the
aforesaid westerly side of Heald street; and
thence thereby northerly fifteen f«?et six
inches to the place of beginning, be the con
tents thereof what they may.
Seized and taken In execution as the pro
perty of Peter J. Babcock and Mary K. his
wife, and Josepii J. Babcock and Adalir©
W. his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold bv
ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. New Castle. )
February 24, 1877.
described
hundred and
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8
HKRIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of
directed, v
i writ of Levari Faoias,
ill be exposed to Publie
to
Sale, at tho
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 541 Shipley St.,
kept by Geo. W. Ortllp. In the city of Wil
mington, New Castle county, Delaware,
WEDNESDAY,
THE 14Ut DAY OF MARCH, 1877
at 2 o'clock, p, m.,
tho following described Heal Estate, viz:
All that certain lot of land and two storied
brick dwelling bouse thereon erected, boun
ded and described as follows, to wit: Begin
ning on the easterly side of Madison street
between F ourth and Fifth streets at the dis
tance of sixty-one feet and six inches from
the northerly side of Fourth street a corner
»on Vh 'and of said Daniel H, Kent; thence
with the said Kent s land easterly and pa
rallel to F ourth street sixty-seven feet
'^rf n ,° r , th, ' rly and Parallel to Madison
street fourteen feet and five Inches; thence
westerly and parallel to the first mentioned
line and Fourth street sixty-seveo feet to
the aforesaid side of Madison street; and
thence therewith southerly fourteen feet and
five inches to the place of beginning be the
contents thereof what they may. *
Seized and taken in execution as the pro
pert y of Lewis C. Cummings and Mary A
his wife and 1.1.. anil to be sold by
_ ISAAC ORUBIi, Sheriff.
Sheriff s office, New Castle, >
February 24, 1877. j feb27-3tawts
S HERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias
to me directed, will bj exposed to Public
•sale, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 811 Shipley 8t.,
kept by Geo W. Ortllp, In tlie city of Wi
mington, New fustic county, Delaware,
WEDNESDAY,
11th DAY OF MARCH, 1877,
at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
iho following described Real Estate, viz:
,.. A M. Umt L 0Grtaln >otof land ith a brick
o^vvii , |lfiS°t llBp t t ereon * 8 * tl, »tc in LIio city
follows toti?t n, n' 1 , , " dBd and described
soutnerly by -ai 1 Moran s lot an.I narallnl
with Pasture street ab.ut one hunifééd f»t
to tlie railroad; thence by the side thereof
about elgntee i feet to a line of la ,d now ! r
Jorinerjy of H-rnad Mdlhenney ■ m" "é
with a line thereof northerly aboulönehü"
drei feet to Ute said si.leof Fro it street and
thenoe therewith easterly eighteen foL? to
too plac tof beginning, be?he?Ststo«m
of more or less oru
Seized and taken in execution as the Dro
ffi y by f Mlclmo1 '-ally and 1.1„ and to be
0 . _ ISAAC ORUBR, Sheriff.
Sheriff s office, New Castle 1
February 24. 1877.
on
THE
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SHERIFF SA I E'.
S HERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of » writ of Levari Facias,
na1?a.t < thft eted ' k* exposed to Public
Sale.attne
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Ml Shipley St.,
kept by Geo. W Ortllp, In the city of Wll
mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on,
WEDNESDAY,
THE Hth DAY OP MARCH, 1877,
at 2 o'clock, ihm.
the following described Real Estate, viz: 1
All that certain lot or parcel of land with
three storied brick messuage thereon erec->
ted in the city of Wilmington aforesaid
bounded and described as follows, to wit:—,
Beginning on the souther y side of Bixth
street at thedistanceof 69 feet 6 inches from
the westerly side of Jefferson street; thence
southerly parallel with Jeffbrson street anti.
passing through the centre of an alley divh
dug the house on this lot from the house on ,
the lot adjoining on the cast seventy-flv^ ;
feet toa stake; thence westerly parallel with !
Sixth street seveuteea feet to another stake; I
thence northerly parallel with Jefferson j
street and passing through the centre of the
brick wall dividing the house on this lot
from the house on the lot adjoining on thé
west seventy-five feet to the southerly side
of Sixth street aforesaid; and thence along
sald side of Sixth street easterly seventeen
feet to the place ofbeginning.be the con
tents what they may.
Seized and taken in execution os the pro
pprtyof Jordan A. Wilson and Annie fl.
Wllson his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold bv
.ISAAC GRUBB, Shariff.
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Sheriff's Office, New Castle
February 2i, 1877.
HERIFF'S SaLE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facials,
directed, will be exposed to Public
8
Sale, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley sL
kept by Geo. W. Ortllp. In the city of Wil
mington, New Castle county, Delaware, «[>n
WEDNESDAY,
THE 14th DAY OF MARCH, 1877,
at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
the following described Real Estate, viz :
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of lahd
with two three story brick dwelling bonnes
thereon erected, situate In the city of Wil
mington, ami bounded and described as fol
lows, to wit: Beginning at a stake on the
westerly side of Madison street between
Sixth and Seventh streets at the distance of
twenty-five feet ten and three-fourth inches
from the northerly side of 8!xth street;
thence westerly and parallel with SMth ,
street sixty-fiv^fect to the easterly side of a
three feet wide alley; thence along said hi- j
ley side northerly and parallel with Mali
son streettwenty-four feet to a stake; thence
easterly and parallel with Sixth street six-,
ty-flve feet to the aforesaid side of Madison!
street; and thence therewith southerly twen- 1
ty-four feet to the place of beginning, be the
contents thereof what they may. j
Seized and taken in execution as the pro
perty of James Rice, deceased, nnd Mary
surviving mortgagor, and t, t.,
(John G. Olatts, administrator of James .
Rice, deceased,) and to be sold by I
ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, New Castle,)
February 24 1877. J feb27-3tawls ;
HERIFF'S SALE. J
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias,
tome directe!, will be exposed to Public
Sule, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St.,
* . ,,, ... . , *
ïvPi 4, W V 3rt ,V P ' n V ie £ of
Wilmington, New Castle county, Del,, on
wLMivL'üi» a v
WEDNESDAY,
Ann Rice,
8
THE lUh DAY OF MARCH, lrtt,
ut 2 o'clock, p. m.,
the following described Real Estate, Viz:
All that certain lot or piece of land situa
ted in the said city of Wilmington, bounded
and described as follows, to wit;
No. 1. Beginning at the intersection o|f the
"f%x\ C h U Vt^
westerly one hundred feet to a stake; thence
easterly and parallel with Sixth street one
hundred feet to the westerly side of Rodney
street; thence and th«*reby one hundred and
twenty-eight feet to the place of beginning,
be the contents thereof what they may<
No. 2, Beginning at the Intersection c|f the
easterly side of Clayton street aud northerly
side of Sixth street; thence and thereby eas
terly one hundred feet to a stake; thence
northerly and parallel with Clayton street
o«e hundred and twenty-eight feet to a
stake; thence westerly and parallel vlth
Sixth street one hundred feet to the easteny
side of Clayton street; thence and thereby
southerly one hundred and twenty-eight
feet to the place of beginning, be the con
tents thereof what they may.
seized and taken in execution as the
property of William II. Pierce, and t t*
und to be sold by '
ISAAC GRUBB, Shelriff.
Sheriff's office, New Castle )
February 24, 1877. \ feb27-3Uwts
IIERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias,
to me directed, will be exposed to Public
sale, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 811 Shipley St.,
*nt by Geo. W. Ortllp, In the city or Wil
ington, New Castle county, Delaware,
WEDNESDAY,'
THE 11th DAY OF MARCH, 1€|77,
at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
the following described Real Estate, viz;
All those four certain lots or pieces if land
-mg and being in the hundred of Brandy
dywine, New Castle county and state of
Delaware, bounded and described us follows
to wit.
No. 1. Beginning at
8
Iv.
, ,, k . Stake on the,south
erly side ol fourteenth street at the distance
terly side'm'lleuh" street; 'tlïenco'soutîieriy
parallel with Heald sireetoue hundFisl and
forty eight feet to a stake on the northerly
side of forty feet wide street; thence (hereby
easterly ninety leetto n stake; thenct north
erly parallel with Heald struct one I untlrwl
and torty-eight feet to the southerly s?de of
F ourteeuth street; thence thereby westerly
ninety feet to the place ol beginning y
N'o.2. Beginning at a stake on ^o wes
terly side of Claymontstreetattheïlstunce
of thirty-four feet from the northerly side of
a forty feet wide street; thence westerly oa
rallel with the aforesaid forty feet wkle
street one hundred and twenty-eight feet to
a stake und four feet wide alley- thence
thereby northerly forty tuet u/i Make
thence easterly parallel wlih Fourteenul
street one hundred and ninety-eight feet in
the westerly aide of Clay mon t street; thenoe
thereby southerly forty feet to Uie place "
beginning, tho aforesaid forty ttsA wide
street being laid out betweon Ciny monUind
Heald streets at tbe distance of one humlrcd
and fitly feet from the northerly side of Thl p
teentlistreet. y lutoi mir
No. 3. Beginning at a corner formed bv
the Intersection ol tho line of tne easterly
sale of Claymont street and the northerly
side of Thirteenth street; thence easterly bî
the said Hide of Thirteenth street ninety slï
feet to the westerly side -fa lour feet wfdï
aTaT Ul ,'i reby northerly onehundred
feet to a Swakc; thence westerly parai lei with
Thirteenth street ninety-six feet to theeA.
terly side of Claymont street; thence there
ofbeglrmlug ° n ° " U " drüd fect u,ü '« ■>"«
No 4. Beginning at u stake on (ho north
erly Bide of Thirteenth street at tliedistunce
of one hundred feet from the easterly side
of Claymont street; thence northerly along
the easterly side of a four feet wide al "5
one hundred and uty feet to a stake thcee
CHS tolly parallel with Thirteenth ÏS
foot to Lho northe« ly side of Thirteenth
b ' <, J'c r pia™ 0 on»^?: 1
bounds whulThey'may 1 ' No SfnvhTthl
fourth and Market sts.
Of
Sheri IPs Office. NewCastlcf^ fc5herur
Ftdruary 24, 1877.
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ily
SlIF.RIFF SALES.
HAT P
S nd vi ri un nf awrft of Levari Facia«.
me^dlrected, will be exposed to Public
Kale, at the
la faYETTE HOTEL, Ml Shipley St.,
w ortiin in the eltv or Wil
m ^g torlj New (j as n e county, Delaware, on
WEDNESDAY,
tjje 7th DAY OF MARCH, 1877,
at two o'clock, p. m.,
following described Real Estate, viz.
All those two certain lota or pieces of
land situate in the olty of Wilmington,
bounded and described as follows to wit:
No. 1, Beginning at the side of the Ken
nett Turnpike at a corner stone ; thenoe by
a new line dividing this lot from land of
Philip McDowell south forty-eight and one
half degrees west one hundred and twenty
one feet to a stake ; thenoe by another line
dividing from the said 1 hjlip McDowell
north lorty-three and a half degrees west
twenty feet to a stake; thence parallel with
the first mentioned side north forty-six an^
ono-half degrees east 118 to the side of the
aforesaid Turnpike the last mentioned
Une passing through the division wall or
partition between this and the adjoining
dwelling belonging to said Philip McDow
ell ; thence along said Turnpike road south
fifty-five degrees cast twenty feet three
inches to the place of beginning, be the
contents thereof more or less,
No. 2. Beginning at a post at the south
westerly side of the Keunett Turnpike
read, a corner of the land of John A. Mc
Dowell; thenoe by said land south forty
«ix and one-half degrees« west one hun
dred and twenty feet to a line of land of
Philip 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
and thirty-nine feet to the side of the Ken
nett Turnpike road aforesaid, and thence
thereby north sixty-five and one-fourth de
grees west fifty-one feet six inches to the
place of beginning, bo the contents thereof
what they may.
Seized and taken in execution as the pro
perty of John A. McDowell and Ann Mc
Dowell, his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by
ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, J
February 19, 1876. ( febl9-3tawts.
0 . . _
Wl"., ® "ALiE.
O By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias,
i? me directed, will be exposed to Public
Wale, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 641 Shipley St.,
k( , Dt bv Ooo w Ortiin ln th« « It v nf Wll
m ington New Castle countv Delaware on
mmgK>n * 1>elaware ' on
WEDNESDAY ,
THE 7 tu DAY - OF MARCH, 1877
at2o'rloeU » m
, . ; 1 ' ;•
following described Real Estate, viz
All that certain lot or parcel of land sltu
ate in the city of Wilmington, hounded and
described as follows, to wit: Beginning at
a corner formed by the line of the southern
side of Eighth street and the southerly side
of DuPont street; thence southerly along
{sklcofDuPontstreetonehundredandfour
teen feet to a stake; thence westerly and
parallel to Eighth street sixty-four feet to a
stake northerly forty-eight degrees east to
the southerly side ot Eighth street; thence
easterly by along side of Eighth street 26
feet to the first mentioned cours«* and place
of beginning, be the contents thereof what
th [T m »J'.
Seized and taken in execution ns the nro
perty of Thomas S. Lewis, and to he sold by
i«a *c iinirim ««•
ISAAC GRUBB, .Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, '
February 15, 1877.
QHERIFF'S SALE.
IJ Hy virtue of a
me directed
Kale, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 811 Shipley Kt
"ept by Goo. W, Ortllp, in ,hc city of Wii
m ngton * New Castle county, Delaware, on
A l* mat certain lot, piece or parcel of
land with a two-story frame house thereon
erected, situate in Christiana hundred,
®? un j ^ ew Castle, State of Del., boumi
©" and described as follows, to wit: Regin
n * n 8 at the Intersection of the easterly side
of Rodman street at fifty feet wide with tho
northerly side of Fifth street and extended
a lon K said side of Rodman street
northerly fourteen feet to a stake; thence
easterly parallel with Fifth street seventy
nve feet to another stake; thence southerly
parallel with Rodman street fourteen feet
*o aloresaid side of Fifth street, and
" ie P®° thereby westerly seventy-five feet
the place of beginning, be the contents
thereof what they may.
Seized and taken in execution as the pro
P? rt y of Anthony E. deNormandio and
prmandie, his wife, and 1.1., and
10 solQ Dy
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 811 Shipley St.,
k ^pt by Geo. W. Ortllp, In the citv of WJ1
mington, New Castle county, Delaware on
lebli)-3tawts.
- .. rit of Levari Facias,
dll be exposed to Public
»WEDNESDAY,
THE 7th DAY' OF MARCH, 1*377.
at 2 o'clock, p. m„
tlie following described Ileal Estate, viz:
oh "AA« GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, I
February 15,1877. i febl9-3tnwls
parcel of
"* erect
8
HEUIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias,
to me directed, will be exposed to Public
Hale, at the
WEDNESDAY,
THK Prn '^Y uF MARCH, ,„7,
ut 2 ° cloclc » !»• m.,
th '",°';' 1 " 5 1 J< -; 8cr 1 ,bcd ««We. viz:
, A ! that certain hjt, piece
In"co ViU .' f< !" r /P ln ' e lloUM '« Ibereu
!S' ?}' uut ? m CUrla i 1>1 "" hundred, county
i i U "i 1( V : 'nd state of Delaware
n 1 "V " ,ld '! 1 tscrll, v | as follows, to wit •
'? n Ä, on , r t! bo easterly side of lWlman
* l f r vtt al fifty (.O) feet wide ut the distance
f f rt't northerly from the norther
K " ide ° i K , lfL1 * »treet extended. theüee
Si? Ï a ^ 8 Ji de ° r . ItlKlmun "tifet northerly
?i" hundred and eighteen leettouslakm
C V ''oaterly parallel wlUi Fifth street
S 6v ?u ty i' llve fcot to another stulie; thence
E?, mllel *Ith Rodman street r,,r
tï^'Sht feet to another stake; thence
® rl >' I'Urallel with Fifth street sevent,-,
Ulc » P la <'o nf beginning, be Uie eon
tents thereof what they may.
Vi lke " *'J vzecutlon as the pro
rtiv AnU ' 0 'i y «IcNormuiidle aiid
Jn^ T „,.?^? mandle > hls W| R, und 1. 1 and
tobo * oldby , '
si,„.»n ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff
Shcri 'T a °ffice, New Castle, ) '
February 15, ikD. j febl9-3tawts
1 '
ClHERIKF'N stl f
8 By virtue of a wn', nr t
medlrectod wm I ,' e . varl Facias to
at thé houie of Wmd ^s ,UbUc Kft le
vlllageof Ntanton m'.sniwv^W' ln , U,u
New Castle rnnntJ 1» , Urock hundred
countj, Delaware. -
TUESDAY,
TUE 27u > I> Ay UK FEBRUARY. 1877.
*pi,„ r„u , At f o clook . P* m -.
"am iitaT'c R , d " crlb< ' d »">»1
n.a i V aL certain messuage and tract of
S!Vî d ," f l 'ï° adjoming tracu sl
io.mti i, 1 11 Cre clt hundred, New C'istie
fh- ', ty A Delaware, begin.dug it a7io,^! i„
} h p P'acc ofan old whltenak; Uienoi f,é I
nf a l ji f . c p r »er of the land forinnr/v
u de8roe! * Ä Ä SStoï ï" 1 "
Sheriff's Office Nt^ »berlff.
P'ohruary 7, lh77. ^ ! ,.U-3tawu
Estate, viz:
to a
SU EU IFF ."ALE.
S HERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia»,
tome directed, will be exposed, to Public
Sale, al the
GILPIN HOUSE, kept by George Whit
field. In the city of New Castle, In New
Castle Hundred, New Castle Co., Del., on
TUESDAY.
THE 6th Day OF MARCH, 1877,
at2o'clock; P. M.,
the following described Real Estate, viz:
All that certain tract or parcel of land,
situate In New Castle Hundred In the
County of New Cast*e, and State of Dela
ware, bounded by the public Road lead
ing from Hare s Corner to Saint Georges by
by the New Castle and Frenchtown Rail
road by land now or late of Outerbrldge and
and William Moore, by lands of the T
teen of the Baptist Church and other
taining seven acres more or less Including
all the buildings thereon, and the house
and barn on the premises thereon, lately
owned, held and occupied by Mrs.Casslday.
Seized and taken inexécution as themrop
erty of John Bartholomew surviving Mort
gagor and 1.1., and to be sold by
ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, New Castle! )
February 15th, 1877. i fob 17-3tawts.
HERIFF'H SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to
me directed will be exposed to Public, Sale,
at the
8
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St.
kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wil
mington, New Castle county, Delaw are, on
WEDNESDAY,
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
"Koap Works" situate in the city of Wil
mington, aforesaid, hounded and described
as follows, to wit: Beginning at the lnter
siction of the northerly side of Third street
and easterly side of Orange street,
northerly along said side of Orange street,
120 feet, 11 inches, more or less, to land late
of James Plunkett, thence along the same
easterly parallel with Third street 81 feet
6 inches to a stako.thence Southerly paral
1th Orange street 120 feet 11 inches,
or less to the atoresaid side of Third
street, and thence along the sumo westerly
81 feet 5 inches to the place of 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 andtestammentof Robert I) Hicks,
deceased, Annie M. Brown only child and
heir at law of said Rol>ert I). Hicks
William J. Brown, husband of said Annie
M. Brown, and 1.1., and tobe sold by
ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Seerlff's office New t'astle, )
February 15th. 1877.
thenoe
LAFAYF.TT hotel so shlnlev Kt
kep, by Geo. W. Ortllp, In thc cUy of W.i
infnxton, New Castle county, Delaware, on
WTiivi-'wiiiv
r.,..., WEDNESDAY,
I HE 7tii DAY OF MARCH,
at 2 o'clock, p.m.,
the following described Ileal Estate, viz:
All that certain lotof land with two-story
Drlck dwelling houses thereon, erected, sit
uate in the city of Wilmington aforesaid,
bounded and described as follows to wll
Beginning at the northwest corner of Sec
ond and Searles streets, thence westerly
along the northerly side of Second street 66
reet to the easterly side of a three feet wide
alley leading into Second «tree!.; thence
said* alie y y Ä, "more or ÎSÂ career
thence easterly and parallel re the first dm
scribed line and Second street nassirfe
contre of the party wall dividing UGs houic
from the one adjoining on the north 88 feet,
more or less, to the westerly side of Kcarles
street, and thence thereby southerly 15 foot
1 ' '•
'1
S fcbl7-3tawts.
8
HKRIFF SALE.
Ry virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to
} directed, will be exposed to Public Kale.
at the
1877,
_
more or less, to the place of beginning, be
the contents thereof what they may.
the Pro
Wilhelm Ina,
».«.»j iGiiH iiin uicrcoi wnai iney
Seized and taken In executk
perty of George Crisdon and .
his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by
J iä AA D GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, New Castle,
February 15, 1877.
Iebl7-3tawts.
s
HERIFF'H SALE.
By virtue of
writ of Levari Facias
Sale^tthe 0 * 0 ^' "*** to I'ublic
LAFAYKTTE HOTEL, Ml Slnploy St.,
kept by Uep. \V. Ortllp, In tlie city of Wil
mington, New Castle county, Delaware, —
WEDNESDAY,
THE 7th DAY OF MARCH,
at two o'clock p. m„
on
1877,
the following described Heal Estate viz
A11 that certain lot of land and two-stnrv
Of TayloÄirUlän 6
\\ ilson and 1 oplar streets, at the cïStance
of fourteen feet one and a quarter inches
from the easterly side of Wilson street
thence southerly through the centre of Urn
party wall between this and the adjoining
house on the west of John Sayers, and Sa?
o! Jess' SZn!^' thlrty-iVrur feet, more
, 1 'ess. loa corner; thence easterly nàrallel
K , trt ' et thirteen feet eight ana one
fourth inches to another corner- thence
™!fni y w P , i ! ralld IO the first mentioned
lino and Wilson street through the centre
of the party wall between Ui is and tho u,1
Joining house on the east, of Robert V
Porter, thirty-four feet, more or lesstot he
aforesaid southerly side of Taylor'stns'l
and thence thereby westerly thirteen feet
one-fourth inches Ui the place of
Umym'ay ' ° ™ ntcnt -' < thereof
Seized and taken in execution as th#»
P p «y Of Andrew McHugh and An.de 1 ïïs
wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by '
Sheriff's Office', fi 4w C C^e? llü ' Hh " Ur '
J-cbruary 15, 1877.
-'hat
febl7-3tawts.
S HERIFF' SALE.
By virtue Ilf a writ of Venditioni Ft
Rc«dé° mt dir " CU3d »*" benpSiidSS pub
AT THE HOTEL OF WM. B FORD
Kirkwood, in Pencoder Hundred '
Castle county, Delaware, on '
TUESDAY,THE 6TH DAY
1H77, at 1 o'cloch, P. M.,
T 'jfn°iY°? dn8 fi e8crlb ed Real Estate viz
mmimm
J'éîH" ThSméSVe^lÂ^"^
WILLIAM n. LAMBSON,
•Sheriff'. Office, New Castle 8heriff -
Feb. 13th, 1877. '»
New
OF MARCH.
» fcbl5-3towt*
»Ä 0 Ä; l r c a r ä l %lTc HU s
oluhokonh by^ands o^Ä ^
west by lands of i r ' 0,1 ^ U3
«n^ËSSÇaaîws
er<*ctcd. ^ Barn thereon
property of Isito^N 1 icllolé' and'to t as -
by william h.' lam !f S( T N " old
Late Sheriff.
feblV3tawts
toe
Sheriffs office Newcastle,!
Ecb. 13th, 1877. f
J ames m.brua
house painter agrainer
^ o. 219 SHIPLEY street: *
UI VI.'.
J L. VAi.LANO.GH AM.
ATTOIDEY.at.LA W.
Mo. 4 Ulmvnrl't Building
fcbO-ljr
soricm.
OTICETOD
and Hchool
B
„ JïïïS^vssS
püuVçurd» V an5 'hawïï' to!!«"'!,' 1 *»
llniM, do give this notice that weha« !n
formed our part under the aw an!uJ e I* 1
tcntlon I. paid u> thl. we vflfi Ä "»»I
lect by malting levies. HhoJK J»«t
avoid the coat» should call and
arrangements when they Will nav W 0 «
not propose to pay t„ the city ' '»e
other people, nor <fo we intend out ÏÏÏ
I pay them tor ua 1 r ur! <j.
»: B—Those owning I .ou ,
paid tile tax on them, we will mi „.'I, , 1 *
for tax and costs. * M " r hlo
office No. 10 Käst Slxtl, «tr.v.i s
Market nnd King. ' ,rwl -
Hours from 8 A M.lo 12U , fnm .... .
to 8 P. M. K. PROVOST, ,un '
Collector for N
K. PARMAR ' Wl -
Collector for H.liistnn
fe24-lm
N otice to count;- tax.hv,.
The residents of thif city of uo,' SB
ton, who have not alreody nuüi
quested to call and pay theii iiat„ Ô "
and Poor Tax for the year 187« ^if®
ly, or they will be retarded J
and stricken from the assessment f ,n "
ÄÄÄ »Ä
K.J
feb23-lm
um
Ta,x-GPayor*
OF CHRISTIANA Ui;XliRK D
T HE tax-payers of Christiana Hund*
are hereby notified that all uzm J!
paid on or before MARCH IstwlliJ^
lected according to law. u The Collector»!
be at Gibson's Hotel .West Fourth iLS
Wilmington on SATURDAY, FEBRr
ARY 24 tii, from 8 until 4 o'clock. 1
f 10-61 NORRIS \yiLSQX, Collecte,
D og register notice—all pr
song owning or having dogs
their premises, are required tu have to
regularly registered, between th«
20th of Jamiury. Alter the hitter elate
ordinance will be strictly enforced am.
unregistered dogs. JAMES O'TOOLR
Jwll-tr Chief of Polio
THE DISTRICT! COURT
OF TI1B UNITED HTaTEs
For the District ok Delawau
In the mutter of Nathaniel Bayne, Bat
rupt. In Bankruptcy.
At Wilmington, In paid District, «•
21st day of February, A. D., 1«7 Dis*,
of Delaware, ss :
Noth» Is hereby given thu! a petition«
been Hied In the said court by Nulhii
Bayne, of Wilmington, In mid dltui
duly declared a Bankrupt under thezet
Congress of March 2, |a«7, fur :i dlidan
and certificate thereof, from all bilde«
and oliier claims provable umieruiid«
and that the second day of March, 1C i
10 o'clock, a. ni., Is assigned for Uiebarti
if the same, at Wilmington abmou
when nnd where you (nay aUendudSni
cause, If any you have, why Uie pan;,
'" V ■»'hi"" shoujd not SegnS
,,, . H. R0DMONÏ) 8MITH
Clerk of the U. 8. district Court, 1*
ware District. T f«*h2J-inwï
LTAVING a stock of TRUSSES. BR
-TL CEH, SUPPORTERS,SUHI'KNDEI
oti,er mechanical appliances unit
P**«<*i In extent and variety by Unit of as
similar establishment iu thecouatr;
and with upwards of
***«
"! u "-' m i w '| fu< ' 1 confident at «
ability to give entire JaUzfocUou to alltoi
requlrlu,! our services in tills direction
DUR INSTRUMENTS
are constructed In Lhe best manner, of 1«
materials, and o|f various sizes ion.
"" from the smallest Infant loi
I N
DUUU HTUHKH.
TruMN and Uracc Depart
meut.
}
are constructed in the I
best materials, and of v
a11 roses, fre
largest adult.
WE HAVE A PRIVATE ROOM
for their atlJustmeiH, whileour prices
so moderate and so varied by
assortment, as to sujt the pockets of all
Hundreds of pen*
, After trying the large
Cities have expre««
(thei r gratification ofth
facilities and economj
with whl«jh theyhn
been suited al ours
Ufo f» tabllsliment.
e!bHINGHUR8T 4 CO,
A noth écarts
N. W. Cor. Sixth ami MarketStreett,
WllnoingtoD.W
: '?<ä 8 P
W. E. WILLIAMS,
DRUGGIST,
Minth atul Marker Streß
Reers 8 full line oi
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,'
Pure, fresh, and gurefuilf aelechd !M
DISPENSING PHKSCKIPrlONS ill
Filling otiDKits n.r famii.vi»*
f^tuk bkst quaui y ûbiaU*
Never taenficiDg quality for rheal^*
Sboono—KKASONABLU PIUCBS.
Special attention paid to coairouoiiBI
PRESCRIPTIONS I A REFI LL» AN'LM
curatlly, by
[v
W. K. WILLIAMS. DiM«i'l-,
Corner Ninth and Miirkel ftul-',
feb8-tf VYilmlnmnn "4
h
F HOP ESSIfßSAL.
■yy ALTER CUMMINS
A T J'OUNlfüé-Ai - .A ''.
612 liinu f*trecl
(Next door to Post Office,)
WtoMwiM.W;
D R. GRIMHHAW,
NO. 828 WEHT HTHLm
novntf __
IVo
deezoistf
-
0;
E.
R. FRAZIER, „„.. E
JUSTICE OF THE PEW*
AND NÖTARY PUBLIC.
Office hours from 1 o'clock A. M- *'
o'clock,P. m M . rkETj5
3d
Et ARCHITE3T%ivi£«EN(i^ EEE
AND SURVEYOR. J
Makes maps of lands, rents houM"n
makes collection«. Also draws d«w ^
mortgages with neatness and dispat«V[j
floe, No.8 Exchange Building. ArcnwH
ral work and surveying a specialtj- i
dec7'75-ly
R OG EM* KIMME Y, KNQlNEEMi i
Offloe, 24 pEtAWAHi KTBr ' T h«,
New CASTtS, vre
Land Surveying a specialty J
DR. 8HAIU»«t:«' s j
DRUG ST
St
N- W- Cor- 3d df Washington
Wn.*»»'® 10 '''
Jan7d6m
''HE TRIUMPH TRUSS COlrf
1315 Chestnut F '
rtRIUWPH
ANP
334 Bowery
New
w . Are curing
to 90 days, arid offer *L0O0 p u mW
Üiey cannot cuire M rs. C- a- rleD œ, <4
A M„ M. D., of 22 ycars ex^ enl t
'barge of toe Ladle« Uep"o ^ f
Triumph Truss ha» been awan
lal at all toe fair» »»J 'o,»»"
hlblted. ExamlnatlouB ftee ' wn i«
by mall or express, «end
New Book, at either office. I

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