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I" 1 ® r* C. P. Johnsok, Editor and Pboprietob Tte* Daily Gairttr Is published every afl«inooD(Sunday excepted,) at 416 Market Street, and served by carriers to subscribers in all parts of the city and surrounding towns and villages, for six cents a week, VwywMe weeh ly . Yearly snbeeribers, aa in advance. Tes Delaware Gasettk, established ln 17M, Is the largest and most flourishing weekly paper in the State, and has a larger clroulatkmtnaa any other on the Peninsula. Published every Thursday afternoon, at S2 par year. In advance. of of March SO. 1877. "Btate Rights" is one thing, bat the assumption ot men calling themselves A Return Boerd, is Another. Louisiana did not claim that her vote should be cast for Hayes and Wheeler ; but J. Madison Wells and his negroes did. Their voice would have amounted to nothing, had the General of the United States been a Democrat and a Tilden man instead of John Sherman's brother and a Hayes man. Grant's blabbering and blaster would have have been unheeded if Hancock or McClellan had been General, as Grant's power would have ceased at a given mo ment of time. Or, to pursue the matter a little further, had Grant been for Til den and declared the army should not be used to force in Hayes, ''State Rights" would never have been claimed as an ex cuse for Wells' action in robbing Louisi ana of her true and lawful right to cast her Electoral vote as the majority of her people had voted. Grant's threats and the Shermans' acquiescence in, and con vance at it, gave His Fraudulency his place as President. The Democrats had no leader and quailed before these threats and the dread of civil war. Nor would this have settled the matter had not it happened the legislatures of Penn sylvania and New York were Radical. Threats of the use of arms made Hayes President ; and the sham of an Elec toral Commission, was merely a cunning device that his installation might have the semblance of title, or be in conformi ty to some law, however weak and trans parent. Had Tilden been a General Jack son, neither Grant nor Sherman would have stood long in his way. The talk about "State Rights" in connection with the votes of Florida and Louisiana is all bosh. They were denied State Rights, and their electoral votes were cast by political knaves. of to ita the or C Mr. of Mr. the the ters the the of The Commercial says there are "too This is many papers in Wilmington.' certainly true, and perhaps the remark might be extended to include the State. Delaware does less for her newspapers than other States. There is no public patronage from which the newspapers se cure annual assistance such as the publi cation of the laws, acts of tbe legislature, or registry lists, as in Maryland and other adjoining States. In Maryland the pub. lications of the State in each county amounts to several thousand dollars, and the newspapers lind it a great help in such times as these. si The Ilerahl says thal the friends of Howard SI. Jenkins claim that he will receive a position at Waahington. We do not know that Mr. Jenkins is in pur suit of office. He has certainly tbe same right that any other gentleman has to do so. He asks nothing of us to further his claim upon his party ; nor do we sup pose for a moment we could have any in fluence to aid or retard his progress. But certainly if partisanship in the Radical party gave title and preference at Wash ington Mr. Jenkins would be in high feather there and deservedly so. The legislature is making an effort to reduce the taxes : a bill having passed the House reducing tbe present tax for State purposes about 50 per cent. It will no doubt pass the Senate. We hear that several negro preachers in the lower part of the State auil two of the colored brethren in this coun ty, talk of applying for the appointment of U. S. Marshal for Delaware District. one or The Washington Star says: "The lady who will probably preside over the resi dence of one of the new Cabinet is Miss Schurz, the daughter of the nominee for the Interior Department. This young lady grew to womanhood in Washington, and her many charms of person and men tal aqmrements are well known here.She ts an accomplished musician and fine lin guist. ^ The second sister, who was edu cated in Europe, is also highly accom plished and very attractive. At Toronto the Court of Appeals, in the case of McLean vs. Dun, Wiman & Co., has decided that the Mercantile Agency could not be held liable for losses sustained through their report. The case has been before the courts nearly two W and the amount involved was only $o00, but the principle at stake made it a test case. The above decision settles the case in favor of the agency, confirming the verdict rendered in Cincinnati in similar case a few weeks ago. dVon Arnim writes that he , . „ , . cannot un rstanil why Bismark has followed him h vindicitiveness for four unless it be that he is controlled by ner vous exaltation into which the Prince of ten ialLs. When he takes it into liis head to persecute he pursues his victim insatiable bitterness. with years lth The poplar forest» in the region of country north of Lewiston, Ale have been cut down for timber for the manu facture of paper. These forests have been considered by the farmers as almost worthless, a great deal of the wood or lumber hardly paying for the i-utting and hauling, but now it brings a high price. IZ*K8 OF **W JIKSBY A ^>U IUTI 4T DAC.,*»* From the Time*. WARE. "Sf min« ^ IT* Washirotoit, March 19. Ex-Senator Frehnghnysen and Attor ney General Vanatta, of New Jersey, in the Supreme Court to-day, made amo tion on the part of that State for »pre liminary iqjuuction restraining the State of Delaware from inhering with the flfhertes, by way of imposing license fass or otherwise along the Jersey shore, opposite the city of New Castle. In otber words, the mnoh-vexed question of the title to the waters of the Delaware within a radius of twelve miles around Ka. P-„Ala /..all.wl. b... n «Um " Cant le, ykmallarly knewn ae the ftD ojsterwar, or the Peapack cas«, waaitbe gist of the application to restrain Little Delaware in her belligerent attitude a E. to reatrain Little attitude toword her slater acroMthe river. Mr. Freli after that the b nghuyaen «aid, and his colleagae Urn reiterated it more strongly, __ eoeuitv of an injunction arose from the probability of war between citizens of sovereign State*. DILAWABI FOR rEACB. Senator Bayard pooh-poohed the idea of any breach of peace, because, he said, the officers of Delaware were understood to be suspending license fees dun question of the river elear up to the eastern shore of New Jersey was the subject of much in teresting historical discussion, both titles resting upon grants from Charles II, to his brother, the Dnke of York. Senator Bayard argued with his usual force and clearness the rather extreme claims of Delaware to the whole of the river and ita flaherias around New Castle for twelve miles, while Vanatta denied in tote the existence of the alleged grant by Charles II., inasmuch as it never received the royal seal, for oa its passage from the scrivener to the seal the King died. their collection of the lug the litigation. The title of Delaware to the S the by one The spectacle of a number of ex-Sena ton of the United States struggling for places, aller being thrust aside by their constituents, is far from being refreshing or creditable. Mr. Morrill, of Maine, is C nsioned on the Collectorship of Port ad, in open violation of the rule an nounced by the fraudulent President, and applied to numbers of other cases. Mr. Boutwell is to superintend a second edition of the Revised Statutes, which any good proof reader could better do, though perhaps he might not lake the profitable liberties with the statutes that r. Poland and his committee did, to promote various interests, when pre paring the present edition. Mr. Cragin has been hanging about Washington, seeking of the District of C anything else that promises to pay well. Mr. Logan has besieged the White House with petitions and influence for an ap pointment, and is said to be silenced by the promise of a secondary mission. All the discharged carpet-bag Senators are course seeking office, and w ill take wli ever they can get. All these place-hun ters are Republicans, and most of tlfem have been prominent in the councils of the party. to I do., one and of S to be Commissioner olumbia, or almost of ro Al the me in the dar to ly S A DErhoRAULE Contingency,—I t is deplorable to learn that if tbe President persists in Ids alleged policy of withdraw ing the troops from tbe Southern Srates the New York Times and the President must part company. Whether it will be more deplorable for the Times or the President remains to be Been. Possibly Mr. Hayes may survive the displeasure of the Times, as be did that of Cameron, Blaine and Chandler. ko Two Augusta, Ga, newspapers—the Chronicle and Sentinel, established in 1783 and the Constitutional ist, established in 1799, were consolidated, and the two will appear the Chronicle and Cofistitutionalst, under the management of Walsh & Wright, of the former paper. si Don't Forget It 1"^'= worth all the Burglar Alarms ever in ented. Agent* wanted everywhere. Kll ver plated «ample postpaid on r«x!«ipt o 23 cent*. Address A. H. Singer«, 4ä8 Wa 'St. Philadelphia. Pa. mu r3w co ml rpilE ARTIZANS SAVINGS BANK. Ö02 MARKET STREET, ÎNCOKPO RATED JANUARY 23D, 18bl. Open to receive deposit« daily from 9 A M. until 4 P. M., and on Tuesday and Sat urday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, of six per cent., ha* been regularly paid deposits, since the organlzatiou of the Bank, and it is the expectation of the Managers, that this rate of dividend* will be continued. When dividends are not withdrawn, they are accounted as deposits. Thus permanent deposit* compound their interest twice iu each year. lu lo MANAGERS. Clement B. Smyth, | George W. Bush, Cha*. W. Howland, George S. Capelle, NathaD'l K. Benson, | M. L. Llchenatein, Henry F. Dure, Edward Darlington, E. M. Stonsenberg, Job H. Jackson, William M. Field, | Wm. H. Swift, Anthony Higgins. GEO. W. BUSH, President GEO. S. CAPELLE, Vice President. F*. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer. £eb2l-ly , Î P RESTON AYARS, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER, And dealer in Alerican and Swiss W ATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, O' a SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, SILVER WARE, *C NO. 305 MARKET STREET Wilmington, Del. Particular attention paid to repairing in ail its brandies ; also, changing spectacle glasses. Has a good assortment of glasses constantly on hand. The public 1» oordially invited examine my stock and learn m > JelO-^ö to call and y prices. HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias <11 reeled, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Lafayette Hotel,*S41.Shipley|St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on 8 to Wednesday, the 21st Day of March, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following described R«*al Estate, viz : All that certain lot or piece of land situ ated in the city of Wilmington aforesaid, bounded and de«(C*rib<?d as follows, to wit : Beginning at a point on the westerly side of Jackson street atadlstanceof seventy-eight feet from the corner formed by the intersec tion of the line of the southerly side of Lov eringavenue; thence westerly and parallel with Lovering avenue forty feet to a stake ; thence southerly and parallel with Jackson street twenty-two feet to a stake; thence easterly and parallel with Lovering avenue forty lect to the aforesaid side of Jackson street; thence thereby northerly twenty feet to the place of beginning be the content* thereof what they may. Heized and taken in execution a* the pro perty of William H. Pierce and A Ritchey and Hamucl Wright, t. t.'s, and to besold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. •Sheriff s office. New Castle, ) March 3, 1877. $ mar.S-eodts of lth of or and tw •F SALES. SHE F'S 1 1H ^ Bjrfirtuc of* writ of Als. Levari Fa cias. to me directed, will be exposed to Public Bale, at the HOTEL OF WILLIAM B. FORD. At Kirkwood, In Pen «oder hundred, New Castle county, Delaware, on Friday, the 6th Day of April, 1877, at 1 o'clock, p. m., AU u ,«t cerlala lrart or parcel of land situate, lying and being InSt. George's hundred, Newcastle eounty and Stateoi Delaware, bounded and described as fol lows, to wit: Bounded on the north by lands of Samuel J. Dlçhey, and wife on **•.« .,^" 1 „*'i d *°"I 1 ' " UIIU, and On til6 W©« by the Delaware ftD Jj Maryland State line. containing about forty.five ocras, more or le**: being all that part lying In the State of Delaware of a tract of landwhich was conveyed to one Thomas E. Clayton, the father of the said Emma E. Lewi* by Thomas C. Hambty and wife, by deed dated on or about the twenty-third day of August, la the eighteen hundred and forty-five ~ corded among the land records of Cecil county, Md., in volume 83, folio 87, Ac., on which the said James A. Lewis and Emma E. Lewis now reside. Seized and taken in execution a* the pro perty of James A. Lewis aad Emma E. Lewis, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. ma17-Stawt*. the following described Real Estate, viz: Sheriff's office. New Castle. March 16, 1877. S HERIFF BALE. By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ex ponas, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Bale, at the LAFAYETT HOTEL, 811 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, In the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on Saturday, the 31st Day of March, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Estate, viz: A lot of land in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., at the southeast corner of Fifth and Webb street«, bounded by said street* and lines parallel thereto, having a front of one hundred and seven teen and one-half feet on Webb street and one hundred and twenty-five feet on Fifth street. (T. 10.490.) Seized and taken in execution a* the pro perty of Margaret Walker, and to be sola by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office. New Castle, > March 14 1877. \ mal4-3tawts. HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at tbe Store of George Jack, 613 Market St., Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., on Saturday, the 24th Day of March, 1877, at to o'clock, a. ro„ The following described Personal Prop erty, viz: Contents of bulk window. No I show case and contents; No. 2do.. No.3 do., front counter, table, a lot of clocks, watch case and crystals, one large mirror, one small do., one Are proof, lot of tools and two work benches, pictures, contents of (lining room and kitchen, lot of dishes, contents of parlor. No. 1 bed chamber, No. do., tliird-story front room, second-storv over kitchen, oil cloth and carpet. 8elzed and taken in execution as the pro perty of George Jack, and to be sold by • ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, March 14, 1877. S mal4-3tawts HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, ro me directed, will be exposed to Public sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley 8t„ n&w^^Q^'&M^Ih/lEwa^on Al - » » . .O,. , * . Wednesday, the 'JStli day of March, 1877, at 2 o'clock p. m a, the following described Real Estate viz me iouowint, aesenoeu ncai tsiate, viz. All that certain lot or land with a two story brick dwelling bouse thereon, situate in Christiana hundred, county and Btate aforesaid bounded and described as fol lows to wit : Beginning at u point on the northerly side ot Brown «treet atthe dis tanoe of seventy-five feet easterly from the easterly side of Cedar street, (Brown street aforesaid is laid eut fifty feet wide, parallel with Maryland avenue extended,) (New port turnpike,) and distant southerly from the southerly side thereof six hundred and twenty-six feet nine inches, ( Cedar street Is laid out fifty feet wide parallel with Beech street, and distant westerly from the west erly side thereof nine hundred and ninety five feet ) thence thereby parallel with Ce dar street one hundred and twenty-two feet to the southerly side of a forty feet wide street, (said street running parallel with Brown street, above described,) thence east erly by said *]de of said forty feet wide street fifty feet t<>a corner ; thence souther ly parallel with Uedar street one hundred and twenty-two leet to the aforesaid side of Brown street, and thence thereby westerly t-* 1 ® P la ce of beginning, be the what they may. v Z 2î k' Talley, widow of Levi ». Talley, and surviving mortgagor, and nesoiuoy , l#rie „ WAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff s Office New Castle, > March 10, 18 m. _ s ml2-3tawt*. S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of .Levari Facias, 3 directed, will be exposed to Public Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on Wednesday, the 28th day of March, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the iollowing described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land with a three-story brick house thereon erected, situate in the city of Wilmington bounded and describe«! as follows, to wit: ginning at a point on the southerly side h rout street at the distance of one hun dred and fifty feet from the S ko lu lo Be of , „ , 'Marly »Ida of Clayton street; thence westerly parallel with Front street twelve feet to the middle Of the brick partition wall between this and the adjoining house on the west; thence southerly ihrougn the middle ot said brick Î iartltton wall one hundred and forty-one eet to the northerly side of Tulip street; thence therewith easterly twelve feet to a stake, and thence northerly and passing through the middle of the partition wall between this and the adjoining house on the east one hundred and forty live feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Heized anil taken In execution as the pro perty of William H. Pierce, and 1. 1 and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, / March 10. 1877. ' £ mal2-3tawt*. S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia* to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale at the Lafayette Hotel, 841 Shipley street, kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, In the city of Wil mington Jn New Castle county, Del., on Wednesday, the 21st day of March, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m. The following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain tract ofland situate in New Castle Hundred, County and State aforesaid bounded and described _ follows, -'it: Beginning at an old fallen white oak a corner at the side of Christiana river being also a corner of John Peach'* land, thence with a line thereof south fifty-four degrees and a half, east one hundred and two perches to a post or stone, thence by a line dividing this from what was formerly apart of the same tract, south thirty five and a halfdegrees, west ninety five ten ths perches to a post or stone in or near the old tract line, thence with the old tract line or nearly so north fifty-seven degrees west one hundred and forty perches to a post or stone on the bank of the Christiana river and continuing the same course unto the river, thence down the »aid rlv«*r on the several courses theieof about : : of ; and six , . ■■ inety-eight perches to the place of beginning with a log house, frame barn and other outbuildings thereon erected,containing by computation sixty-nine acres und ninety-two perches of land, more or les*. Seized and taken in execution the pro perty of Geo, W Havage and Delia E, his wile and t. t., and to be sold by ex w MAAiîüRUIJB, Sheriff. Sheriff » Office. New Castle, March J. 1877, i marS-St&wt» SHERIFF SALE'. at s S^'vX otViVa Of Lev-.F Ä me dtrOOted, Wftl beexposed to Public Sale, at the ^ Hotel mow Occupied my William b. Hollis, Townaend, in Appoquinlmink hundred, New Castle couhty, Delaware, on Tuesday, the 3d day of April, 1877, all o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Estate, viz: All those two certain tract*, pieces or parcels of land and premises situate Appoquinlmink hundred. New Castle county, Delaware, adjoining land of Zach arias McRoberta and others, the metes and bounds of which are a* follows to wit: First one beginning at a stake in the public road leading from Webster's School House to the level«, corner for lands of Z. McRob erts, ami thence north eighty-six and one fourth degrees, east one hundred and eigh ty-six and two tenths perches to a large stone corner for said Robert* and Richard Ponzo deceased, now belonging to Richard C. Hayes ami wife; thence with the same north twelve and one-half degrees, west two hundred and sixteen perches; thence with the same north sixty-five and one half degrees, cast seventy-eight perches, north seventy-two and one-fourth degrees, west seventy-four and eight tenths to a stake In the public road leading to Black bird Mills; thence with said road toward Sassaf r As and binding therewith about two hundred and thirty-three perches to the In tersection of the road from Webster's School House, and binding therewith about two hundred and forty-one perches to the place of beginning, containing within those bounds three hundred and forty-nine acres, seventy-four square perche* of land, more or less. No. 2, one other piece or parcel of land, (marked on draught No. 3.) the metes and bounds of which Is as follows : Beginning at a black gum, the course for lands of Z. McRobertsand John Hurlock, (late Web ster's); then with said Hurlock south eigh -half degrees, west forty and three tenths perches to a large old white oak, corner for Hurlock and lands of James Reynolds; thence with said Reynolds north forty-five and one-fourth degrees west sixty two and five-tenths perches to a stake, south fifty-one and one-hft!f degrees, west seven teen and four^tenths perches to a stake, north six degrees, west twenty-one and two tenths to a stake, south eighty-four degrees, west twenty-two perches to a stake in the woods, comer for Skeggs' land ; then there with north six degrees, west one hundred and ten and seven-tenths perches to a small poplar, comer for Samuel and John Town send; then therewith north seventy-five degree* and fifty*-four minutes; cast hundred perches to a stake In or by the public road leading from the levels to Web ster's School House ; thence with said road and binding therewith and number one hereinbefore described. al>out two hundred and three perches home to the place of be ginning, containing, within those hounds, one hundred and twenty-sev ninety square perches of land more or less. Seized and taken in execution At in tv-four and en acres and . be the same the pro perty of Martha A. Haves, surviving mort gagor of Richard C. Hayes, deceased, and 1.1., and to !>e sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, New Castle, / March 14, 1877. > marl7-3tawts HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of n writ of Levari Facia«, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the S DEER PARK HOTEL, kepi by John E, Lewis, in the town of Newark, in White Clay Creek Hundred, New Castle county, Delaware, oil Tuesday, the 27til day of March, 1877 J m 2 o'clock J p. m., Re ? 1 ,' E ® taU '' vlz , All that tract and piece of land situated in Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle county a, 'd State of Delaware;, and more particu iariy described as follows to wit: Begln ning al a corner of Josepli Gutlirle's land in a line of land of Robert Fitzsimmons; thence thereby north fifty and one-fourth degrees, east nineteen and two-tenths per che.« to a black stump and corner of lurid of Samuel Harkness ; thence thereby north seven nnd-a-lmlf degree*, east eighty-six and five-tenths i>erches to a stone: thenoe thereby north twenty-seven and one-half degrees, west forty-four and seven-tenths perches to the middle of the road leuding from Milford Cross Road« to the Ouarrles ; thence thereby «outh fifty-two degree* and twenty-three and one-tenth perches ; thence so uth thereby south fifty-one and throe fourths degn*es, west twenty-five und Bev en-tenths perch«*»; thence thereby south sixty-one degrees, west twelve and nine tenths perch«*« to a corner of Joseph Gutti rie'Hlund; thence thereby south thirty-four and one-fourth degrees, east thirty-eight and two-tenths perches: thence thereby south thirteen and three-fourths degrees, east thirty-eight perches to a stake In the road leading from Milford Cross I toads to the meeting house hill; thence thereby north elglity-seven and one-half degrees, west seven and six-tenths perches to a stake by land of Joseph Guthrie ; thence 8ÜUth thlrt y aml one fourth degrees, east thirty-nine a.id one-tenth perche* to place oi beginning, containing thlrty acres, three rood* and eleven perche* of land, more or less. Seized and taken In execution as the pro perty of Levi Bonsell and Sarah S. Bonsell, his wife, and t. t., and to be sold by ISAAC' GRUBB, Sheriff Sheriff's office. New Castle, ) March 10, 1877. } marlO-eodts S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at The Hotel of Alexander Maxwell In Middletown, iu St. George's hundred, New Castle county, on Friday, the 23d day of March, 1877 at 1 o'clock, p. m.. The following described Real Estate, viz All that lot or parcel of land situate the village of Middletown, New Castle county, State of Delaware, bounded as fol lows : Bounded on the east by the road leading from Middletown to Mount Pleas ant, to wit : Beginning at a corner stake in the edge of the road aforesaid and running west in a lin«* with the Academy lot one hundred and fifty feet to a stake ; thence feet in a south direction to a corner stake easterly direction one hundred and fifty feet to the place of beginning, con taining nine thousand feet, more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of Evan T. Evans and Sarah E.. hi* wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff s office, New Castle March 3, 1877. In thence in mar.ö-eodt*. S HRRIFF'S HALE. By virtue of a writ or Levari Facias, tome directed will be exposed to Public Sale,, at the Lafayette Hotel, 841 Shlptey Street, kept by Geo, W. Ortllp, In the city of Wil mington, New Castle eounty, Del, on Wednesday, the 21st day of March, 1OT7, at 2 o'clock, p. m. in a a the The following decribed Real Estate, viz All that certain lot, piece or parcel ot land with a three storied brick house thero :ted situate in the city of Wilmington aforesaid, bounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning at a point on the south erly Side of .ft 1 nth street in the middle the division wall between this and the ad joining ho « i.i and at the distance of about forty-five feet from the westerly side Poplar street, thence southerly parallel with Poplar street sixty-five feet to a three feet wide alley with the same westerly fif teen feet more or loss to a stake, thence northerly parallel with Poplar street and passing through the middle of the gable end of thishouse sixty-live feet to the afore said side of Ninth street,and thence thereby easterly fifteen feet more or less to the place of beginning, be the contents there., what they rnuy, with the use of the within mentioned alley in common. Heized and taken In execution as the perty of Morris Carbery aud Mary beiy, ills wife, and 1.1., and to besold by"" c x . w. , JHAAC GRUBB, Hheriff Sheri IT* Office, New Castle, > March 3. 1877 .] s mar5-3tawts log of ■Of his E SHERIFF SALE. Ip I HERIFF'S 8AI.E. . By virtue of n writ of Levari Factaa to medlrecuxl will beexpoeed toFablic, Sale, at the s LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley 81., kept by Ueo. W. Ortllp, In the city of Wll mfngton, New Caatle county. Delaware, on Wednesday, the 28th day of 1877, at 2 o'clock, P. M, the following described Real Estate, via: March, All that certain lot of land with a two story brick dwelling house thereon, situate in the said city of Wilmington, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northerly side of South street, be tween Monroe and Adams streets, at the of thirty-*ix feet from the easterly side of Adams Street, and at the centre of a two feet, two inch wide alley between tills and the adjoining dwelling op the west: thence thereby through the centre of said alley and parallel to Adams street eighty five feet to a comer; thence easterly paral lel to Seventh street seventeen feet to an other corner; thence southerly parallel to the first mentioned line and Adams street, through the centre of the party wall be tween this and the adjoining dwelling the east eighty-five feet to the aforesaid northerly side of Seventh street, and thence thereby westerly seventeen feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of June Gullager, widow of William C. Gullager, and surviving mortgagor, and to be sold by distance ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. mai:t-3lawt*. SeerlfT* office New Castle, March JOth, 1877. S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Ml Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, In the city of Wil lngton, New Castle county, Delaware, on WEDNESDAY, THE 28th DAY OF MARCH. 1877, at two o'clock p. m., the following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot of land with a three story brick house thereon erected,situate in thecltv of Wilmington, bounded and de scribed as follows- to wit: Beginning atthe southerly side of Ninth «treet between Windsor and MadUon street* atthe distance of seventeen feet from the westerly side of Windsor street, thence southerly parallel to W!nd4or street along a line of other lands of Jacob G. Chandler on the ea*t eighty feet a corner, thence westerly parallel to Ninth street eighteen feet to another corner, northerly parallel to the first men tioned line and Windsor street.along a line nf other land of Cliarles G. Stern, west eighty feet to the said southerly side of Ninth str«.*et, and thence thereby easterly eighteen feet to the place of beginning, he the content* thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of Marls V. Pyle and Emma H. Pyle, his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold by ■ thence the ISAAC GRITOB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, ) March 10. 1877. i rnrl2-3tawts. S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, U> 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 WEDNESDAY, THE 28th DAY OF MARCH, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p.m., the following described Real Estate, viz: All thafoertaln lot or parcel of land situ ate, lying and being In tuecity of Wilming ton, bounded and described as follow, to wit: On the northerly side of French street beginning in the middle of the wall of the brick stable of Dr. Goeswlch, thence north erly and with French street nineteen feet, five Inches to a marked stake in a line of luml late of Dr. Didier, now of Mrs. Rey nolds, thence thereby parallel with .Seventh strdet one hundred and nine feet to the mid dle distance between King and French streets, thence therewith parallel French str«*«*t nineteen feet, five inches to Goeswlchh'tt line thence with said line to French street, be the content* within said bounds what they may. Seized and taken in execution»« theprop erty of Joseph Todd. deceas«*d, (Robert II. \N right, Administrator of Joseph Todd, de ceased,) and to I jo sold by «.I ,«.,^6. ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, / March 10. 1877. 1th \ mrl2-3tawt8. S da HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Plus Levari Fa x l, l °z me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the HOTEL OF WILLIAM B. HOLLIS, at Townsend, in Appoquinlmink hundred, New Castle county, Delaware, on Tuesday, the 3d day of April, 1877, at 1 o'clock, p. m., The following described Real Estate, viz; All that certain farm or tract of land *lt uate In Blackbird hundred,(formerly a part of Appoquinlmink hundred,) New Caatle county and State of Delaware, bounded and de*cribed a* follows, to wit: Beginning at a stone in the line of land of Jonathan Brown : thence with the sumo und with the land of Ebenezar Cloak north slxty-two degrees and fifty-five minutes east one hun dred and five perches and five-tenths sing the main prong the middle of the new rood leading from Smyrna Landing to the old Thoroughfare Neck Road, supposed to be in the line of land of Gideon Rothwell; thence In part with said Roth well's land crossing the main stream of said Morris Branch south twen ty-eight degrees and a quarter, east two hundred and twenty-one perches and eight tenths to a corner on the east side of the * ala landing road, in the line of the land of Noble T. Jermain being also a corner for land of Robert Patterson, Esq.; thence by said Patterson land south seventy-seven degrees and a half, west one hundred and twenty-three percheR to a stone on an old bank, being a corner also for Robert Pat terson, Esq.; thence with the l«nd of the heirs of David Kennedy, deceased, and in part with said Jonathun Brown's land north twenty-five degrees and nine minutes, west two hundred and fifty-two perches and two tenths to the place of beginning, containing one hundred und eighty acres and fifty-five square perches, be the same more or less. One hundred and twenty-four square perch es of the above tract of land cx«jepted, being granted to Grafton L. Delany, Es«i., for tbe right of a railroad, so long as said road is « £ t n l l P,a ,°?.' v l hen 11 ceases to be kept upas Ï..Î.1 ri olul ^e com e* the property of the |Buid Owen C. Crow and his heir* and 'signs forever. Seized and taken In execution as the pro Sî£ wen V- Crow a,ui Mary Ann, h:* wife, and terre tenants, and to be sold by ow ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff Sheriff s office. New Castle, March 14,1877. as, . cros of Morris Branch to marlG-3tawts S HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ex ïïfà&stâsr*- wm be ~ LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St keptby Geo. W. Ortllp, in the eltv of Wll' inington, New Castle eiunty, DeUware, ot Saturday, the 31st Duy of March, 1877, at 2 o'clock, P. m., the following described Real Estate, viz: Inga 1 fron t'or tlh a,0 " e Mad l»on street hav and running V. -u 1 '' 1 leet a, "l ten indies parallel il f.a!h ^,> easU rly R««» wUhÄe^ wide ÄiKÄÄ,: K " iJ alluy: Perty of Ândrow'Ewîngfand'toîo'solî by i.i ■Of Sheriff's office. N^as ( tle'J KB ' March 14 , 1877. rnal4-3tawt». NOTICES. Ip rfbera.'^wm » "• a.JUS£ A to 117 Shipley marn-2i. N ew SERIES! new vJTr— SHARKS. The «eolation" Will issue a Fimift, L '*< at»l per »liare, payable on O ru? of ' day. April 3d, Wa. Books na» for# I ply Vo " p: T. KAWKimÄ _ NaW ilg; marl7-2w. •aid road on MonAy,". o'clock, ft. m„ at the om£ 7Ä Pont, Ksii., No. U10 Market St Wifr 2» ; A'".", 1 'he *«mi)time M .SÄ, SSS»^ k 2 ,Wb derslgned having rendered hin. " postal cards and having calw m tlmes. do give thl» notice that »eh.« rormed our part under the law LT. tention is paid to this we wIli oS, lect by making levies. r , P e T avoid the costs should call and Ä arrangements when they win J, Î) not propose to pay to tliecitv ih.a ' other people, nor do we Intend out 2 to nay them for us. 1,1 «: "—Those owning Ixtls and paid the taxon them, we will sell ïïï for tax and costs. J * Office No. to East Sixth #irm i*. Market and King. "TO.!«« Hours from 8 AM. to 1!M .from*.« 7 to 8 P.M. " E. PROVOST, !W Collector for X ni-i. E. FARMAR. " Collector for 8,DUtug N otice to county tax-pup The residente of the cltvof tai ton, who have not already paid J quested 1 to call and pay tlieir Sta>5» and Poor Tax for the year 1816 i a u ly, or they will be returned a« Mra and stricken from the nwcmraatkl. Office 618 Market street. HmiiImi to nine o'clock, evening. 1 JOS. L. CARPEXtaJ A. GIVEN, Cowl ■ OG REGISTER NOTICE-AU sons owning or having L eir premises, are required wï, regularly registered, between** 20th of January. After the l*s£ ordinance will ho strictly enfoga unregistered dogs. J A MEN 07(U Chief« fe24-lm feb23-lm E Jall-tf CARD, The undersigned successor to and id ner in the late firm of E. B'injtountlj wholesale and Retail Druggist«, wi.J tlnue the business at the old Man;« wlille returning hl.s sincere tlmnkiikt previous efforts of the firm have dmh such gratifying appreciation, will,till aid oi a full corps of competent and t£ full assistant* who have had a pnd training In this establishment In toil perience respectively, of from tivewi years each, and three of whom are Gn a tes oj the Philadelphia (Meut of Plm endeavor by faithful and careful attdl o the highly responsible duties ofi Apothecary In his manifold dealinst ie aad health, to merit and reeetviM oral patronage so long extended tothlik Z. JAMES BELT. Apotbraft c5-tf Cor. Sixth and Marke« An FOR SALE AND REM OR RENT.—A three-slory brickw No. 032 West Sixth street. Ar: : WILLIAM MOBEOl so« Markets? P mar 10-fit. F OR RENT-VILLA NEMÜß-li Sion, stable, &c. and 4 acrenfta at Maryland and 7 th avenues, near « line and opposite residence of JethioJ.I Cullough, Esq. Delightful place,» adapted to entertaining Kummer wc» inurl4-tf. JOSHUA MAES. f ,10R RENT.-The HouseSo.stJS* 1 street. Apply to H. LATIM Marl2-8t.* F OR RENT.—The residence ofto* Prof. J. L. Boggs. S. W. comer «j land French streets. Also,2 pianos .m and the entire household fUmltnn«F Must be sold br toe » the premise*. vate sale. March. Inquire F OR RENT-The second «UW*fJ5 of 416 Murket street, overt office. Possession on 25th of' now occupied by Messrs. as a real estate and law 1 this office. F OR SALE.—The goodiriMJ*^ fixtures of the Sorrel H«? 104 West Front street; app'r^vt Ja31-tf OR SALE OK KKIS'f-JXä Bakery, together wlto fixtures and stabling, ut the"- J' Fifth aud Tatnull street*.• Apfiîvh)! RODERT jrfitf Onthepfl®^ F Il'-lH 1 Î riOR SALE—Three 1 Jackson street, between ölü ive building lot* on Fifth Buren, four on Front street and a lot 21 feet front on DeU^» ^ Harrison. Apply at tifia ogt; F or hale ok exchanö®^! some fine toned second JJLJ j gan nearly new. Apply U)tUs° ^ piIItST NATIONAL BANKpcj FubD c K 1 OF THE Repository of the and FINANCIAL AGENTS TED STATES. EDWARD BETTS, PBE5IB' st - GEO. D. ARMSTRONG:^ Paid up Uph.li - Philadelphia and New YoritEjjJJg nished to regular Depositors anil Tin* directors- , B4 SEÏÏR& I Sfflj H a^ ombi jHr r < Edward Betts. _^ Discount days, Mondays at 10 A. M. farmeb ho FHIIiADEIiPIH* ■vyilml»« 1011 ' E. J. HAUGHEY, - ■ AVING taken a ne« '* 1 Ublit« form my friends fog«« 1 -prepared to receive t first-class accommodation . 0 fthe«* be supplied with > the luxur®* and the bar filled with <1 1 ronu xleljj rol urn 1 shed in°tbe of 20 head of horses, " '"""„ertfu® drovers. The public are re6F (eb3( .j ted to give me a call. PRACTICAL pig*, ON THE 6 miles from H j WILLIAM R. t°- NC " I No. 311 E. EigUtH St., ^ rACTUREK ° K MANUF , Fine French 0°nfcJ*J AH goods warranted^ CHICAGO CARAMEL' marlO-lrn.