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• Sk.. Oil' Ijf «ailp , From - j One Pkofmetor ,,„d isiana 'studied the Eight. them possible. \ _ the he . you it"—with _ "That Watts his bfi hl elector, the Uiji ••elected" at pointed«" of so electors lar electors the Watts pointed" and C. P. JOHNI ► ÏTOK Daily Uaaattk is published every on ( au nia ay ex re pUxl\ ) at4l6 Market and served by carriers to subscribers urt~~iv2Ura cly. Yearly subscribers, S3 in Th* Daily Street,- - in all porta payable weekly advance. were largest in the State, and has a larger any other oa the Peninsula. Thursday afternoon, at «2 Th* Dilawass in l?»l, is the * every per year, ir advance. the fere March Ü 1877. Only Two Day«* Supply.— They assure us at thé Water Department that the pumping capacity is In such condition that we are liable at any time by an me* cident to the Worthington pump, to it water famine, As the basins Will not hold more than tw O' day's supply. Capt. Gal lagher, Chief lîttghwer, and Mr. Febfger, Chairman of the Water Committee, both say that another Worthington pump is neceeeary. WWI it the dty could get along for two without finishing the new reservoir. 'The Cornish pump hav ing been in service twenty-twO years is almost completely worn out, and Râble to break to pieces éhjr day. The Worthing ton pump requires overhauling now; and whether the reservoir is completed or Lot another Worthington pump will be neoessary. Thé cost is stated at $37,000. But these gentlemen say they think a tne new pump Of this kind cau be had tor a great deal less, having been used, for Centennial purposes, but little. Until it is settled that the site of the new reservoir is fit for such purpose, we hope it will not be completed. We therefore, hope that only enofigb water bonds will be asked for at the Legisla ture to furnish another Worthington pump and lay some larger pipe. There is no use In finishing tlie reservoir now, it is not wanted,' and perhaps in the two years that will elapse, developments will be made that will determine whether the ground on which it is built can be made to hold water safely or not. We think that ordinary prudence points to this course. is of "bis elector office couldn't sequent modo bis didn't dictions juggling judges United which the Both der vember. dsr They the their And the lose to fill abecence they the who ster and i..i , cie8 r/*! W Juitint,t. w The Radical office-holders are Jubilant. at the ent," of the he for self; presto, tho andin will this is esty Since tlie above was in type we have received a communication from Capt. C. H. Gallaglier* Chief Engineer, which we publish in another « fah^rn^ They have secured through the trickery, fraud and money of their leaders and the credulity of the Democrats another four years lease of power, and they are bent upon having a "high old time of it" in Washington, next week, over the inaugu ration of Hayes, Wells' man, as Presi dent. To whatever of good that is to be got trom a stolen title they ore welcome. There is no Democrat who would not far rather Tilden should be out," than that he should go in as a thief upon the stolen, and altered, and forged votes of States that he Lad not carried Hayes will do. 'counted ana an He tain aDd Now comes the astounding intelligence that the site of the new reservoir was not bought in fee simple and that if it is not used for basin purposes reverts to the city. How's that for good Republican pohey. The man J. Madison Wells, Mid two negroes chose for President Will be Inattg mated on Sunday. We hope no Demo crat will participate in any of the cere monies. H and and In all use less and costly trea.ure yachts arc taken ont of commission the better. Let the Honee persist in its refusal lo sqnan. der the pnblic money on Robeson's! worthies« navy. The Philadelphia Evening Telegraph says the Centennial medals are turned out at the miut at the rate of about GO 70 a day. The diplomas will all be ready at the latter part of next week. The same paper Bays it was the intention of the commission to gi eign awards before the American attended to, out of courtesy to the for eign exhibitors, as well as to enable them to settle up all their accounts. out all the for w. n Secor Robe»on »aja tliat if tho Senate does not manage to got the naval ap propriation« increased it will lie the ob. vioos duty of H.iye's Fraudulent Secre tary of the Kavy at onco to recall our ehipa which are kept cruising about in foreign waterB. The sooner these Weber aud Hamlet, two of the seced ing Republican Senators in New Orleans, resumed tUeir seats in the Packard Sen ate yesterday. Nicholls, tlie Demociatic Governor in Louisiana, has called an extra session of his Legislature, for the purpose of pass ing revenue and election acts, adopting législation required by the present condi tion of public affairs, and electing United State Senator. I resident Grant was yesterday besieged with visitors, many of them hoping for zonie favor before the close of his admin istration, but very few «if them wem ad nutted to an interview. Ex-Senator Kellogg,Senator Gonltling, aud several laembers of the Cabinet hud lions w ith President. The next Housa of Representatives will be Democratic. It is a fact worthy of bote, and not at all eacouraging or com pKmeutary to Mr. Hayes that, should he lie declared President, he will be the first incumbent of tlie office who entered wuli the majority of tho Lower Hoase against him. A fraudulent President wan scarcely regard the. fact with fortaiiti' iWiitu*-» consulta com IL'ilb^AO >V SEE Oil' DONT. From the Washington Union. S One mustn't forget the cases of LevUee ,,„d Jirewster. the two disqualified Log isiana electors, now that they can be | n 'studied and understood in the light of the Oregou decision of the Immortal Eight. Itefore, l^evisea and Brewster a mystery—but Watts ha* made XhP them plain. ' After Watts all things are possible. One is half tnoHned to suspec, \ _ _ . _ __, _ __Newark, the Bey. General De Ooyler Oarnskl of he who is credited frith the rem»rk-"if »"d . ,, , , ,. ._mng you held our hand wouldat you play it"—with having drawn that portion of the _ , , feet "That although the evidence snow« that non, Watts huh a postmaster at the time of his election, that /art is rendered on material to bfi hl * resignation both as postmaster and elector, <uut his subsequent appointment to fill the tkretmey no marte . " Uiji a. „ . ... . - one According to this deusiou, \\ Atts was ••elected" at one time and "appointed' «Fv/htHar H*. « w ~wt«d on the 7th of e, at another. He was elected on tne * tu ox NoTsneber, at which time ho was a post- one 1* and irwmnahlA of beimr "an t, and incapable ox being ap- 0 f pointed«" but was "appointed"on the ttth of December, after he had resigned both postmaster and elu tor, to fill the vacancy so made." The mode of "appointing' electors by tbe law of Oregon is by popu lar election, and the day for appointing electors all over the United States was the 7th of November. Consequently if Watts was "elected" then, he was "ap pointed" then. But he was a postmaster and couldn't be "appointed" under the Constitution of the United States. That were the decision in the Oregon case which re fere to Watts. It aays : sold S me at Iu The land ark. and for the ner C. line ten a ten ark, feet be tha be is "immaterial," say the judge», because of "bis resignation both as postmaster aarf elector "—that iz, his resignation of an office to which he hadn't been, and couldn't be, appointed, and which, con sequently, he didn't bold; and "his sub sequent appointment to fill the vacancy so modo ' —that is, the vaeaucy "inode?' by bis resignation of an office which he didn't bold ! And this forrago of contra dictions and nonsense—this contemtible juggling with words^ds signed by three judges of the Supreme Court of the United States ! Aud this is the way in which the votes of Le visse and Brewster, the Louisiana elector« were also counted. Both hHd offices of trust and profit un der the United States on the 7th of No vember. Both resigned their offices un dsr the U nited States after the election. They did not msign as electors, but on the day when the electors met to cast their votes they absented themselves. And the other six elector«, Kello the rest, in order that Hayes might not lose two votes ont of the eight to which Louisiana is entitled,solemnly proceeded to fill the vacancies occasioned by the abecence of Leviaee and Brewster. And they eleoted Levisee and Brewster to till the vacancies of Levisee and Brewster who were absent, and Leviaee and Brew ster immediately appeared and voted, and by their presence filled the vacan cie8 occasioned by their abecence, w here they were 1 while abnent," whether at tbe nearest bar-room or in a corner of the same room in which they were "pres ent," does not appear. It is a clear case of the "little joker" on the thimble under the pea An elector is disqualified when he is appointed. When the dav conies for him to act he resigns or absent« him self; he is reappointed in his own place : presto, he reappears and all is right, and tho integrityjof the Constitution, inspirit andin letter, is preserved. PJaiumen will find it difficult to understand fiow this can be honest, and will wonder if it is law, and if law, whether law and hon esty mean the same thing. ? _ to a 8 ANOTHER EFFORT OF THE CAR PET-BAGGERS. Washington. Feb. 28.—'The Louisi ana democrats aud the carpet-baggers had an interview with the President to-day. He told them both wliat he has said re peatedly before, that be believed that Packard and Chamberlain could not sus tain themselves, because the people would not pay taxes to them, and that, therefore, they must give way to Nicholls aDd Hampton, lie said that he would do nothing to help either party. The car pet-daggers are very sad to-night. LU VU »TOURS. Tru*M aud brace Depart ment. H aving a stock of trusses, bha. CES, SUPPORTERS,« U8PENDEKH and other mechanical appliances unsur passed in extent and variety by that of any other similar establishment in the country, and wltli upwards of Twenty Years* Experience In applying them ability to give entire satisfaction Lo all those requiring our services in tills direction. OUR INSTRUMENTS constructed in the best manner, of the best materials, and of various sizes u> euM all «arses, from the smallest infant Lo the largest adult. WE HAVE A PRIVATE ROOM for their adjustment, while our prices are moderate and so varied by our extensive assortment, as to suit the pockets of all. Hundreds of persons after trying the larger : ... cities have expreswod r iF5sfcs\Nr 1,161 r Beatification of the CkÄTiSI Ui^acilitles and economy LÆwJjd with which they have been suited at our es tablishment. E. BRINGHURST AGO., Apothecaries. N. W. Cor. Sixth and Market Streets, _ _ _Wilmington, Det. w WTT r Ts ait: ' W '* ' V DRUGGIST, Ninth anti Market Streets, the to feel confident of our a Tho undersigned successor to and a nan ner In the late firm of E. B'lnghurst * 1 holesale and Retail Druggists will «nni tlnue tlie business at the old stand and while reluming his sincere thanks that the previous efforts of the firm have met with such gratifying appreciation, will with the i a full corps of «»ompetent and skill full assistants. wl>o have had a practhw.! training in Uiis estublislmient in their ex pericnce nwpeeti vely. offrom five to ten years each and three of whom are tJratlu ales of the Philadelphia College of Pharixacu endeavor by faithful and careful attcnUon' to tiie highly responsible duties of the Ajx>th«jcary In his manifold dealings with! fe avid hi*alth. to merit and receive tlie lib-1 era 1 patronage snlong extend««! to this house Z. JAMES BELT. Aoofiiexarv ■ t Ke«: « a full line of DRUGS AND MEDICINES,' Fure, fresh, and o irefully seieoted far «ySPBNSIN« PRESCRIPTIONS AND KILLINII ORDERS lor FAMIbY USE tea THE BEST QUALITY OBTaINA. Never .aorifiems quality foroheapo •'.soobd—REASOVAIL.K PRIORS. Special attention paid to PRESCRIPTIONS ARKPULLV CURATELY. BY W, E. WILLIAMS, Druggm. Corner Ninth and Market l»n«r ND AC _.. streets Wiluiingten. i> e i febH-tf of he CARD. aid SALES. EMI F l S HEIUKF'8 BALE. lly virtue of a srrit of Leva-t Facias to »«directed, will be expo ed to Publie bale. ilotTFL OK JOHN E. LEWIS, | n the town of Newark) in White Clay' Creek hundred, New CasUe county, DeL. on. FRIDAY, THE hltli DAY OK MARCH, »6*», XhP fbRpsrlng described Real Estate', viz, All that certain lot, piece or paicclof Land situate lvlng and being In the town of in Newcastle county aud State of Delaware, more particularly bounded »"d described a* follows, to wit: Hegl ._mng at a stone In line of curb of Ma... streetln the town of Newark aforesaid on the south side thereof northerly from tbc centre or partition wall of a double brick house of the said Joseph Hosting* r, thence running west with said curb thirty-one feet to uoorner for land of Beniamin Wll non, thence thereby south four and a half degrees east three hundred and thirty feet to a atone in line of land of K. W. Hains, thence thereby east sixty feet to a stone a oorner for land of Wiu. 1). Herdman, thence thereby north four and a half degree«, west one hundred and seventy-five feet to a ^tane a corner for land of the said Joseph Ilossiuger, thence thereby went twenty e, * ht fo<H to another corner of land of the gaid Joseph Hossliiger, thence thereby north one hundred and fifty-five feet to passing through Ute centre, middle or partition wall 0 f the said double house to the first men. S to a a in M Cloned «tone, the place of beginning, be the contents more or less within the saii des cribed bound«. Seized and taken In execution as Ihe pro perty of Alexander R. Shaw, M l)., and Anna A. Shaw, his wife and t.fs., and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office. New Castle, i February 24, ltf77. } ml 3tawt*. S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale at the HOTEL Oh JOHN E. LEWIS, Iu the town of N«*wark, In Wh/te Clay Creek Hundred, NewCartle county, Dei.. ON FRIDAY, THE 10th DAY OF MARCH, 1877, At 2 o'clock p. m., The following described Real fcstate, viz: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate and lying In the town of New ark. in New Castle county and State of Delaware and more particularly markod and bounded ns follows, to wit: Beginning for the same at a «tone on the south lluo of the street of Newark, the same being a cor ner for land« of Henry Waren and Samuel C. Finley, and running thence with their line south one hundred and «ixty-«ix feet ten inches to a stone on other corner of same parties, thence west fifty-throe foot to a stone in a line of Joseph Hossing«*r's land, thence north one hundred and sixty-Rlx fett ten inches lo the aforesaid street of New ark, thence by and with said street fifty-one feet four Inches to the place of beginning• be the* conteu/s more or less. With n frame honte and trame stable thereon. Seized and taken in execution as the property of John W. Armstrong und Mar tha Armstrong, his wife, and t. ts., and to be «old by lo a of of ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, t March 1, 1877. S marl-3tawts. IHERIFF»« RALE. _ By virtue of n writ of Levari Facias, to mo direct«.-!, will be exposed to Public Rate, at tlie LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 641 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, THE 11th DAY OF MARCH. 1*77. at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Estate, viz: All that «'crtain fat or parcel of land wltli a three «torWxi brick m assuage thereon erec ted in tlie «*lty of Wilmington aforesaid bounded und described as follows, to wit — Beginning on the souther y side of Sixth street at thedistanceof 69 feet 6 inches from the westerly side of Jefferson street; thence southerly parallel with Jefferson street and passing through the centre of an alley divi ding the house on this fat from the house on the lot adjoining on tho east seventy-five feet toa stake; thence w«;sterly parallel with Sixth street seventeen feet to another stak«*; thence northerly parallel with Jefferson street and passing through the centre of tlm brick wall dividing the house on this lot from the house on tlie lot adjoining on the west seventy-five feet to the southerly side of Sixth Rtr«*et aforesaid; and thence along said side of Sixth street easterly seventeen feet to the place of beginning, be the con tents what they may. Seized and taken In exwution as the pro perty of Jordan A. Wilson and Ann W linon his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by a , lfl . ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New February 24.1877. 8 do ie E. Castle. i i fcb27-3taw»s HERIFF'8 SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, directed, will be expos«xi to Public S rw to S »ale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St. kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, in the city of Wll mlngton, New Castle county, Delaware, WEDNESDAY, THE 14th DAY OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. in.. the following described Real Estate, viz: All those four certain lots or pieces of land lying and being In the hundred of Brand y - dywine. New «'astle county and state of Delaware, bound**! and described as follows to wit. No. 1. Beginning at of of ly stake th«; south erly side of l our teen tli stre.-t at the distance * hundred and eight feet from the eas terly side oi lieald street; thenoo southerly purulli'l wltli Heald street one hundred forty eight feet to a stak«; on the northerly side of forty feet wide street; thcnc«; thereby easterly ninety loot to a stake; thence north erly parallel with Heald street one hundred and forty-eight feet to the southerly side Fourteenth street; thence thereby westerly ninety feet to the place of b«'ginning. No. 2. Beginning at a stake tcrly side of Cl ay mont street at the distance of thirty-four feel from the northerly side oi a forty feet wide street; thcuce wes-lerly railed with tho aforesaid ferly feet v strtiet one hundred and twenty-eight feet a stake ami four feet wide alley; thence thereby northerly forty feet lo a stake* thence easterly parallel with Fourteenth street one hundred and ninety-eight feet _ the westerly side of Clay mom street; Lhonoe thereby southerly forty feet to the plae beginning, th«; aforesaid forty feet wide street being laid out bciweon Clay mont and Heald streets at thedistance of one hundred aud titty feet from the northerly side of Thir teenth street. No. 3. Beginning at a oorner formed by the Intersection of the line of tne easterly si«le of CUy mont street and the northerly side of Thirteenth street; thence easterly by the said side of Thirteenth street ninety .six feet to the westerly side «fa four feet wide alley; thenec thereby northerly one bund ml feet to a stake; thence westerly parallel wltli Thirteenth street ninety-six feet to tlie eas terly side of Cluymont street; Itience there by southerly one hundred feet to the place of beginning. No 4. Beginning at a stake on the north erly stil«* of Thirteenth street at thedtstanoe °i- ?!}° hundre«! feet from the easterly side of (Maymont street; Uu;nce northerly along the easterly side of a four feet wide alley one hundred and flty feet to a stake, thence easterly parallel with Thirteenth street about one hundred and thirty-eight feet to the north westerly side of Railroad avenue; then<3c thereby sdutheasterl y aboutone hun dred aud sixty-eight feet and one-quarter *0°* f° 41 *he northerly sldo of Thirteenth street; thencellierebywesLorlyaboutsixty one leet and one-half to tire place of l>egln and S* 11 ®»i >f * \he contents within the aforesaid the 1 boundH . wlmt Uiey may. No. 2 having the 1 UWJ a « nd l )rlvll< 'K« <>f » four feet ma«le all« y the I opening into Fourteenth street in common with others situated thereto forever, I "Ç'*cd and taken in execution as the pro ex- Henry Dougherty, doo e a it e«!, Ann ten Dougherty .administratrix ofllenry Dough crl ? 1 diseased, and surviving mortgagor and l ' t '' 10 fK3 Kold AU GRUBB, Sheriff, the , <)ftjC4î * Ncw Uastle, f with! Ftdruary 24. 1877. * feb27-3tawte lib-1 ■ •i ol tlie we fiïe to "I F OIt SALE OR EXCHANGE—. gome fine lonmi soropd hand E A hand MI Ell IFF SALES S HERIFF 8 RALE. By virtue of a writ of Lev to me direct«*!, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE nOTHL, 811 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, in the city of Wll lngton, New Castle county. Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, THE *TH DAY OF MARCH. 18T7, at two o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Estate, via: All those two certain lots or pieces of land situate in the city of Wilmington, bounded and described as follows to wit: No. 1, Beginning at the side of the Ken nett Turnpike at a corner stone; thence 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 stuke ; thenoo by another line dividing from the said Philip Mc!>owell north Jorty-threc and a half degrees west twenty feet to a stak«; ; thence parallel with the first mentioned slue north forty-six and one-half doarees east lib to the side of the aforesaid Turnpike the last mentioned line 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 east twenty feet throe inches to the place of beginning, be the content« thereof more or less. No. 2. Beginning at a post at the south westerly side of the Kennett Turnpike road, a corner of the laud of John A. Mc Dowell; thence by said land south forty - slx and one-half degrees« went 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 ami 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 fifly-one feet six inches to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty o Dowell S flold. the ing by and tees all and erty i Farias, in me at the as and 120 of 5 lel 81 tlio M. S of John A. McDowell and Ann Mc !, his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, February 19, 1876. febi9-3tawts. S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, lo me directed, will bo exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, *41 Shipley 8t. f kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, In tho city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, THE ItH DAY OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m., tbc fallowing described Real Estate, viz All that certain fat or parcel of la*d situ ate in tho city of Wilmington, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a corner formed by tn<i Him 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 stake; thence westerly and S teen feet to parallel to Eighth str«K*t sixty-f«>ur fe<'l to a stake northerly fori y -eight degrees cast to the southerly side Of Eighth street; thence easterly by along side of Eighth street 26 * und place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Reize«! and taken 1 per.' y of Th* at feet to the first mention«*! coi the execution ns the pro m S. TjCwIs, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, HhorlfL Sheriff'« Office. New Castle,/ February 15, 1877. Î iebKMtawts. S HERIFF'8 SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 811 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, iu the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, .WEDNESDAY, THE 7th DAY OF MARCH, lb77, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Estate, viz: All thnt certain lot, piece or pareel of land wltli a two story frame house thereon erected, situate in Christiana hundred, county of New Castle, State of Del., bound ed and deserltxxl as follows, to wit: Begin ning at the Intersection of tiieeasterly side of Hodman street at fifty feet wide with the northerly side of Fifth street and cxteiuted th«»nce 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 Bouiherly parallel with Hodman stre«*t fourteen feet to the aforesaid side of Fifth street, and thence thereby w«*sterly seventy-five feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as tlie pro perty of Anthony K. deNormandle and Mary deNormandle, his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by his ai S to ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff'll Ofh<v, N«*w Castle, I February 15,1877. S feb!9-3t t.s. HERIFF'H SALE. rw 1 By Virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be expos«xi to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 811 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, In the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on S - WEDNESDAY, THE 7tti DAY OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m„ the following itescribed Ileal Estate, viz All that certai fat, piece or parcel of land with four frame houses thereon erect ed, situate In Christiana hundred, county of New» Castle, and State of Delaware bounded amt describe«! as fallows towiU Beginning on the easterly side of Rodman street at fifty (fiO) feel wide at tho distance of fourteen feel northerly from tlie norther ly side of Fifth street extended, thence along said side of Rodman street northerly one hundred ami eighteen feet to a stake ; thence easterly parallel with Fifth street seventy-five feet to another stake; thence southerly parallel with Rodman street for ty-eight feet to another stake; thence west erly parallel witn Fifth street seventy-five leet to the place of beginning, be tlie con tents thereof what they may Seized and taken in execution as tlie pro nerty of Anthony E. deNormandle and Mary deNormandle, his wife, and 1. 1 and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff Sheriff's Office, New Castle, > * February 15, 1877. S febl9-3tawts oi _ and by by .six wide ml wltli eas place side along alley street to hun l>egln the all« y pro Ann Dough ol fiïe to "I HEUXKF'S SALK. By virtue of a writ of Ia-vari Kaclar to mo directed, will be exposed to Public Bale at U,e house of Wm.'w. A„U,ony l„ ü ® village of Hlantnn, In Mill Creek hundred New Oostle county, Delaware, on TUESDAY, THE mh DAY OK FEBRUARY, 1B77, At a o'clock, p. m„ The following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain messuage and tract of r.Iiii 0 ?. 1 ," V; f tv ;'° '"U'nning tracu, sit uated in Mill Creek hundred, New Castle county, Delaware, beginning at a stone in the place of an old whitcoak; Uiencc by land late of W m. Baldwin soutli tot degree, west Id W-100porches to a stone In Uie middle of a public road; thenee along Uie middle of Bald road souUi 1 „ degrees east SB Z- lo per ch0B to an old corner of the land formerly of Andrew Walker, and continuing along said road souUierly to the corner ol land of Um liolrsof H. ltankin; Umnee thereby north «1 degrees east 14s e-10 percties to a stone* thence north 7 dcgrws west l:i B-III percties to a stone; Ulouc« north 75u do*rees Cnsi IW perehes to a stone tn theVunl^ke r^k road; thoncu liioreby nortli 2,*i DerchoH* tlionce north B;,; degrees west 42 |s:rcbes' thence nortli Win degrees west IB torches thence sraitii 99 degrees west 1C perehes* Utenoe norUi 93 degrees west 4 percVes to newcomer, thence by land of the hi.lr«,w Wm. Baldwin souUi ta \ degrees west eleven perches and ninety Uv>, ffdSt™ plaoe of beginning, containing about * hundredaniTtwenty-thrce »ere* of land Is: the Batno more or U>sh wiUi r,, fm m^b am and other outbuilding, uS Belied and taken In execution a, tho porty of Charles Whiteman and MatthEJp' hu wife, aud t. t.. amt to l>e »Oldby 1 Sheriff-. 0«c. I N^w A ^ K e U » BB ' 8b#rlff * s hand _ i<> Hale, kept the wltli lows, Sixth from street three Icy son perty Ann lUce, s SHERIF*' PALE. HERIFF « NAL.E. _ , _ . By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia*, tome directed, will be exposed, to Public Hale.attbo . „ GILPIN HOUSE, kept by George W hit flold. In the city of New Castle, in New Castle Hundred, New Castle Co., Del., on TUESDAY. THE 6Ui Day OF MARCH, 1877, at?o'clock ; P. M., the fallowing 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 « Corner to Saint Georges by by the New Castle and Frenchtown Rail road. by land now or late of Outerbrldgeand and WilllAm Mooro, by lands of the Trus tees of the Baptist Churcii and other con taining soven acres more or loss Including all the buildings thereon, and the house and barn on the premises thereon, lately ownod, held and occupied by Mrs.Cassiday. Seized and taken m execution 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 15tli, 1H77. febl7-3tawtM. HERIFF'8 HALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias lo me directed will beexposed to Publie. Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Ml Hhlpley St. kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, in the city of Wil mington, New Clastic county. Delà war«*, on WEDNESDAY. THE 7Ui DAY OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'cl«x*k P. M-, the following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot, piece, or pareel oi land and buildings, known as the Delaware ".Soap Works" situate in the city of Wll mlngton, aforesaid, bound«xl and doser lbed as follows, to wit: Beginning at the inter sictlon of the northerly side of Thin! street and easterly side of Orange street, thence northerly along said side of Orange street, 120 feet, 11 Inches, more or less, to land late of James Plunkett, thence afang the same easterly parallel with Third street 8t feet 5 inches to u stake,thence Southerly paral lel with Orange street 120 feet 11 inch«?« more or less to the aioresaid side of Third street, and thence along the same westerly 81 feet 5 Inches to the place of beginning, be tlio contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken In executh property of Emily Porter surviving Mort gagor and widow of Alexander Porier de ceased. G<»o W. Hparks, Executors «>( th«* last wtllandtestiunmentof Kois rt D Hick«, deceased. Annie M. Brown ouly child and h«*ir at law of said Robert D. Hicks and William J. Brown, husband of said Annie M. Brown, and 1.1., and to he sol«l by ISAAC GRUBB, Khcrlfi*. He'TlfTs office New i 'astle, ) February 15tli, 1S7T. S S to Wie ted and side Ih* hide oai' side feet and the ter 1 febl7-:iiawt*. IIKIU FF SALE. By virtue of a writ «>f Levari Facias to i directed, will beexitosod to Public Sate, S at tho LAFAYETT HOTEL. 811 Shipley St. kept by G W. Ortlip, in the city of W'il v ( 'astl«: county. I »«-la ware, mlngton, N S \VEDNESD A Y. to THE 7T1I DAY F MARCH, 1*77, at 2o'clock, ]». m., the following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot of land with two-story brick dwelling houses thereon erected, sit uate in tin* city of Wilmington aforesaid, t>ound«*d and described as follows, to wit : Beginning at the northwest comer of Sec ond and Hearles streets, thence westerly along the northerly side of Second *tre«t feet to tlie easterly side of a turne feet wide alley lea ling Into Secoml Rtmv ; thanee 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 str«*et passing the centre of the party wall dividing this house from the one adjoining on the north 68 feet, more or less, to the westerly side of Hearles street, and thence thereby southerly 15 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they Seizfxl and taken In executlc The lit a at w K. ■nay. as the pro perty of George Crisdon and Wilhelmina his wife, und 1.1., and to be sold by ai tÄ , A ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office. New Castle. February 15, 1877. Icbl7-3towts. llERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of S writ «f I/CvnrI Karlas to me directed, will be exposed to Publie Bale, at tbe LAFAYKTTE HOTEL, Ml Shipley St., kept by Oeo. W. Ortlip, In the elty of Wll ttifuRton, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, THE "Til DAY OK MARCH, 18T7, at two o'clock p. m., tlie following doserlbed Heal Estate, viz All that certain lot of land and two-slory brick dwo ling bouse thereon,situate In Uie city of Wilmington, bounded and describ ed na follow», to wit: Beginning at the southerly side of Taylor street, TMwecn Wilson and Poplar streets, at the dlKtance of fourteen feet one and »quarter Indies from the easterly side of Wilson street: tlicneo southerly through the centre of tho part.v wut< between tills and Ute adjoining bouse on the west of John Sayers, and par allel to Wilson street, thirty-four feet more or less, to a corner; them» easterly parallel to Taylor street thirteen feet eight aud one fourth inches to unolher corner; thence northerly parallel to (lie ilrst mentioned line and Wilson street through the centre of the party wall between this and the ad joining house on the east, of Robert H. I orter, thirty-four feet, more or less, to the aforesaid southerly side of Taylor stri ct, and thence thereby westerly thirteen feet Cigliiand «»n«r-fourlh incli«*s to tho place of beginning, b«* tlie contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution to 1 p«;rty of Andrew McHugh and AnnfeJYihi Wife, and 1.1,, and to be sold by «4nnr.fr* ,Y«J*£ AC ^ GUUHB ' Sheriff. Sheriff's Offi«)6, New Castle, ) February 15, 1877. feb!7-3tawts. S heriff hale. By virtue of a w writ of Venditioni Kx lïc l wUe° medlniCto<i WU1 becx P° K « d to pub AT THK HOTEL OK WM. K KOHD, at KirkwiKXl, In 1'eucader Humlri.l New Castle county, Delaware, TUESDAY,THE 8TH DAY or MAHI'U. HfT7, at 1 o'cloota, F, M-, Th . e ,f' , . 1 . lowlngdtj " c, ' lbo d •<«*> Estate, viz : All Uiateertain lot of land situated in Pencader Hundred, New CasUe county, and Bute of Delaware, bounded on the south by land of-Boulden and-Shaw on the east by laud of Thomas R. Boulden oh Uie nortli by lands latcol William Bock', conUilutng ten acres of land, more or less, with a L°g House thereon erected. oelzed and taken Into execution as the J£l 0 J > b7 y ° f Tboma " lewis, and to I» William ii, lambson. Late Hherlff. ® of in of of of IW à Is: 1 ' * Sheri tr. Office, Now Ciurtle ) Feb. UUi, 1877. \ febW-Dtowta cÇrtatn lot of land situ ated iu Pencader Hundred, New Custlo n U i te A r Delaware, bounded o i the North by lands of A. Titter on the west by lands of William Taylor ' east by iai.ds of B. Huber, and by laids of Charles Nichols, twenty-nine acres of land, more ênîcuvi^ 15 U ° UHe "" d lMK 1<Är11 Seized and tukon I property on the the sou tii containing ;>r fass, thereon n oxecutlon an Urn f W?r'r ffi 0 , 1 "' aild te» hi* sold WILLIAM H. LAMBSON, Late Bheriir. ShcrlfTs office, New Castle, Fob. Util, 1877. febLV3tewts ® r > D. N. ThoinuM. TiiK Colton Dbstal Anssa ATIO». Entire PracUee devoted Extraction of Teeth, a THOU.S OXIDR Ops A Lady in Attendance. Oflioe 900 WALNUT STREET - , u .. Philadelphia. Latk ok lo the Palnle»f with fresh and pur. HKIUFF'H _ Ity virtue i<> me din'd« Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Bhlploy m kept by Oeo. W. Ortllp, In the city of \v mlngton, New Caatlu county, Delaware WEDNESDAY, THE Hlh DAY OK MARCH, 1117: at ï o'clock, p. m , the following described Real Estate, yi, Alt that certain lot, »let* or parcel of Uni wltli two three «tory brick dwelling honwe thereon erected, situate In the city or wn mlngton, and bounded and described as fob lows, to wit: Beginning at a stake on the westerly side Of Madison Btroct lietwcen Sixth and Seventh streets at the distance n! twenty-fire feet ten and three-fourth Inda» from the northerly side of sixth Kiroc thence westerly and parallel with Sixth street slxty-llve feet to the easicrly side of 1 three reel wide alley; thence along Bald nl Icy side northerly and parallel with Madl son streetlwcnty-four feet ton stake; thence easterly and parallel with Sixth strecuix ty-flve feel to the aforesaid side of Madison street; and thence therewith southerly twtn ty-four feet to the place of beginning be tiic contents thereof what they may, •Seised and taken in execution as the n perty of dames Rlee, deceased, and Mar Ann Rice, surviving mortgagor, and t t' (John G. Glatts, administrator of .lame! lUce, deceased,) and to besold by ISAAC URUBU, SlKrtlf Sheriff's office, New Castle, ) February ï« M77. aLK. s a writ Of Levari End, 111 be exposed to p u i,y. . * W y feb27 -Jtaw" S HERIFF'S KALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will bo exposed toPnlrlic Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL. 8ft Shipley Ht pt by Goorgo W. Ortlip, iu the City oi Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., on WEDNESDAY, THE 14th DAY' OF MAR< II, p?;, at 2 o'clock, p. in.. Wie following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot or picte of land siUiu ted in the said city of Wlimlngton, boun<Uj<i and descrlbtxi ns folio#*, to wit; No. 1. Beginning at the inlerMvtion of (V westerly sldoof Rodney street oikI northerly side of Sixth street; Ihenoe mul thereby westerly one humired «et to a stake; thena easterly and parallel with Sixth street one hundml feet to tho westerly «Ule of Rodney str«3ct; thence and theveby one hundred aim! twenty-eight feet to the place of beginning Ih* the cxjntenti thereof what they may. No. 2, Beginning at th«: Intersection of Uic easterly skie of Clayton street and norther*) hide of Sixth street; thence and thereby car * hundred feet to a stake; thence northerly and parallel with Clayton .«tree! ' oai' hundred ami t weuty-elght feet to t stake; then«*«* westerly anti parallel vltli Hixth street onohiindrcd feet to the ea«tcny side <jf Clayton stivot; thence and U»erel*> souiiierly ono hundretl and twenty-eigij' feet lo the place of beginning, he the tents th«*reof what they may. Seized and taken in execution a: property of Williunx 11. Pierce, ami t.l y and to he sold by Isaac hrubb, sheriff Sheriff'« office. New Castle, ) February £4, is«7. \ f eb27-3tawln ter I y IIERIFK'H SALE. By virtue of a writof Levari Ksw:im., me directed, will Is* exposed fa l'ublii Sale, at the S to LAFAYETTE HOTEL, «11 Shipley SV., kept by George W. Ortlip, in the city oi Wilmington, New Coatle county, Bel , on WEDNESDAY, THE 14th DAY Oh MARER, 1K17. at 2 o'clock, p. m. The following «lesen bed Real Estate, vir All that certain lot of land with a two «tory brick «1 welling bons«* thereon, situai* lit the said city of Wilmington bounded aiui descrilx*d as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the westerly side of Htadd street at sixty feet wide, at the iliatanceoftwohun drod and thirty-one 4« Atmih« rly from tho southerly side of A «treat, at seventy feet w wie a corner of ' land or av Ilham C. Mat tin; then«*« westerly along «aid Martin's fin« and parallel m\ th Aatreet one hundred aix two feet six Inches to « stake; thence south erly and parallel with Hcald street fifteen feet six Inches to u .stake in laud of Williair. K. Stock ley; Uience eazterly along salt Stockley s line and parallel wltli Astres one hundred and two feet six Inches tottif' afore said westerly side of HeaWi street; am' then«» thereby northerly fifteen feel Inches to tlie place of beginning, be the con tente thereof what they may. Seized and taken In execution as tlie prr perty of Peter J. Babcock and Mary E.b»* wife, and Jos« ph J. Bal»cock and Adaline W. his wif«*, and 1.1.., and to b«^ sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff Sheriff's office, New Castle, f February 24, 1877. Î febZ7-3t»wtN HERIFF'8 SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia*, directed, will be expos'd U)Publia S to Sale, at the LAFAYKTTE HOTEL, tel Shipley Ht», kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in tlie city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delà waw*,ofl WEDNESDAY, THE ittli DAY OF MARCH, )W7 at 2 o'clock, p. ni., the following described Real Estate,';* All that certain lot of land ami t westerly brick dwelling house tlmrcon erected, bow ded and d«*8crlb(xl as follows, to wil: IWJ' nlngon the easterly side of Madison str^' between Fourth and Fifth streets at tlfeojj tance of sixty-one feet and six inches iron tlie northerly side of Fourth street a oofj*" of other land of sal«l Daniel II. Kent; then» with th«; said Kent's land easterly and Pa rallel to Fourth street Bixty-Hevcn wjj; then«!«! northerly ami parallel to MAdJJo street fourteen feet and five Inch«»*; tn«« 1 westerly ami parallel to t>ie first mention« 1 in«; and FourLli street flixty-seven F 01 ', tin; aforesaid side of Madison • strf ^ t j # „ n A thence therewith southerly fourteen ilv<; inches to the place or beginning, «* M contents tli«;r«Hif what th«;y may. . _ r0 lieized and taken In execution as the pr • p;rty of Lewis C. Cummings and M» r . v • his wife and 1.1.. and to b<» sold by ISAAC URUHIi, Shcfiff feb27 -:Hav W* Sheriff's office, New Castle February 24. 1877. S HKRIFF'8 HALF. , By virtue of » writ of levari u. me iliroeted, will be exposed u> 1"" Sale, at the LAFAYKTTE HOTEL. Ml HhlpleJ kept by <4oo. W. Ortllp, In the elty of ; mlngton, New ( »»tleoounty, JjelaW»" ■ St., in the the I» WEDNESDAY, OK MARCH, W* 7 ' THE 14th DAY at 2 o'clock, p. in • * . following dezeribed Real All that «vrtaln lot of land itb • <lw«*lllng bouse thereon, situate o'.'Wilmington, bound«kl ami de ®^f, ltht .r!y follows, to Wit: Beginning at. Uac tsoa. ^ sl«leof Frontstrcwitbetween Wo«U J . lngton NtroeU at the westerly sate ,,..,^0«' land now or late of Janie« Moran, southerly by said Moran's lot feci with Pasture street about one hu to the railroad; thenoo by tlie woe w0l about eighteen feet to a line of tiia\cr formerly of Bernad Mcllhenney, *•. un . with a line thereof northerly aboutom* »^ drod feet to the said stiioof *' 1 r< î ,d feot thence Llierewltli easterly eighteen* eIt the place of l)eglnning, »m; Uie oon tenu of more or less. „ „„ «»,0 Seized and taken in execution a« ^ perty of Midiael Isully and t. t. uuu ISAAC GRUBB, Hhcritt Sheriff's office, New Castle, 1 •ttayfts February 24. 1877. 1 fch27^t««__ the the tii fass, sold by Urn sold JOHN J.. MAlX» 1 PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORK^ DELAWARE AVENUE * 8T8., WILMINGTON, BED Constantly on nanfl an best marble of the different k IMonun> e,,t is prepared to work up Into „ ami Head and Fool Stone*. lonK^Î House Work In general. h !»»* 6 perlenoe In the business he " a r pf | 0 p U»® 1 that he con give who may f. vor him with we I j lnSP<fj The public are Invited to call nsdlk pur.