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Thk Dàilÿ Gazett* is published every afternoon (Sunday excepted.) at 416 Market X .1 air pans or^afffiSftïïSÂS low us and villages, for six gents a week, v - r,r ' UIHcrlbe,1i ' w ln ;jL JaiUj $ as flic. C. P. Johnson, Editor and Proprietor j St ln 1784, is the largest and most flourisliing weekly paper in the State, and has a larger circulation inan any other on the Peninsula. I Published every Thursday afternoon, at §2 per year, in advance. The Delaware Gazette, established Subscribers who change their residences are required to give notice; in doing this it is necx*ssary to wane the place or post-office ie/t a* well as the place moved to. In a large subscription list tliere are numerous per sons of the same name; beeide the naming of both places facilitates the book-keeper in umking the change. . I , ! I I The War Begun.—T be New York Jhrald correspondent telegraphs to that paper this mornsng that the greatest Eu- : îopean war of modern times has already . ,, , . .. virtually begun. The Czar has been lor April «4, 1^77, two clays reviewing his army corps, and tbe Sultan has paid visits to bis military camps. There, therefore, now seems no probability of averting the terrible calam ity which the many peoples making up both nations will have to sutler before L-jy will agree to a peaceful settlement of their difficulties. of of At twelve o'clock to-day tlie order for ike removal of the U. S. troops from the city of New Orleans to their barracks took effect. This act sets the people of Louisiana tree from the gang of iobbers who had fastened themselves upon the State, and were kept in their positions by Grant and his Cabinet after the facts of their corrupt acts bad been known. It is now hoped that Congress will pass such a law as will preclude the use of the ar my to overawe and crush the liberties of the people of a State forever thereafter. The letter which Ben Wade publishes shows that there is a class of fanatics still in the country who would destroy liberty at anytime for the monay that may be got out of the offices, just as such old abolitionists as he have done, and de sire to do still. The Truth in Brief.—O ur able and pleasant Democratic contemporary, tbe Lancaster Intelligencer , prints the truth concisely and pointedly in the following brief paragraph. The best evidence of the validity of the Nicholls and Hampton governments is the heartiness with whch their establishment is acquiesced in by their respective States and the era of prosperity which now seems to dawn upon them both. Had any other result been achieved there would have been lawless discord where now the undisputed exercise cf constitu tional power prevails and individual aud State bankruptcy would have ensued instead of public and private prosperity. This comparisou proves beyond all doubt tbe strength and validity of tbe position on Southern allairs which tbe Democrat ic party maintained before and since tbe Presidential election. J The fall of Edward S. Rand, Jr., of Boston, is but a repetition of the old story. A lawyer seems to be doing a very lucrative business, lives lavishly,and is a pillar in church and a favorite in social circles. Suddenly it is discovered that, instead of living on income, he has been expending trust funds, he escapes criminal prosecution, fur few lawyers are foolish enough not to keep within tlie letter of the criminal law. The widow and the orphan, whose prop erty has been misappropriated, must look to the civil courts for redress, wearied out and forgotten.—X Y. Hun. We publish the above not as a matter of news, because the fact has already ap peared in the Gazette, hut to say that our Legislature at its session in 1S7Ö made breach-of-trust a felony, and if Mr. Ed ward S. Rand, Jr., was in Delaware in stead of Boston, he would be a candidate for the whipping-post, matter to be noted. Some may still he in ignorance of the law and find it out too late. Of course arc su., 1 , It is w-ell for this Wanamaker's Triumph _The fash ions of the day are very costly and are not kept pace with except at great toil and anxious forethought. The dress of a lady takes as much material and trimming as two did twenty years ago, and costs as much as halt a dozen dresses did when the men of fifty were twenty. Consequently there is both time and money to be expend ed or saved ln " shopping." John Wana rnaker, the celebrated clothing merchant of Philadelphia, has the credit of forming a proper conception of this matter, and hit upon a happy arrangement for relieving this duty at least of much of Its labor and nearly all of its unpleasantness; the pense remains, but that is not his fault. So successful has he been in arranging his great dry goods depot at Thirteenth and Market streets, Philadelphia, that the la dies of that city are ready to cry "blessed!" This wonderful establishment contains one floor and under one roof everything which a lady needs. But Uie novelty and excellence of the great depot is to be found in the fact that those who shop in it are rid of all that makes ''shopping" wearisome and un pleasant. One enters with the crowd ingin from Chestnut street, and moment to take a survey of the vast room and the hundreds that are each intent upon her own business, and is soon in the midst of the crowd. on pour pause* a Or, if so disposed, she may enter the ladies' waiting and reading rooms and observe the fashions, look over mem orandums, make others, unobserved, take a rest, al* great is the throng. We are told that many ladie* spend hours here in waiting for their friends and while making up their minds what to buy, there being nearly every style of dress lliily displayed within view, besides an almost innumera ble variety of articl ward robe. It is now probable that the extra session of Congress will be called at least a fort night prior to June 4. necessary to the T ATirr \if tt \f t v.jti »v r h » v . * ^ a tiam »».I V niMh?.w! u»o*,^n!î?T i lÜ 1 .. a, \ will bÄl TueÂïye^e"ngnÂÏ?S 24th, at 8 o'clock, in the Secretary's offloe, X W . corner Sixth and Shipley, when the SSST^aS^l^l.^Äe fHitWÄ?' made on a new series of stock now Issued. ï?__ UEO - °- M Aiuw *«t OTICKS. .v j N OTICE.—Those having claims against New Cas'lecouiitv whidi wen* passed ami allowe»! at the Mardi session of the Levy Court for 1877, are hereby notified that I will be at the office of Messrs. Given and Carpenter No. tola Market street, Wil mington, on Tuesday the 1 st day of May next, from 10 to 12 o'clock A, M.. for the puri*ose of settling tbe same. Allowances to Sunday schools apt8-tml '- 1 VfOTICE TO DELINQUENT WATER xi RENTERS. The lime having explr . ed for the payment of water rents for the I year 1877, notice is hereby given, that un , less they are paid or some provision made ! for their payment on or before the 10th day I of May next, then on and after that date, I fl»e ferrules of all delinquent water renters will be drawn and the supply cut off. — ai ' 1 ' -W^JS^HA^ES, Register. : N°uL C p<w1,fN^w%S[le^m.'iy"!^m h l held at the Alms House, on Wednesday,tlie 2Ath day of April, D77, a ttO o'clock a. m. Those having bills against the institution paid at the same time. WM. HERBERT, County Treasurer. will please hand them lo the Commissioner lor their huudred, apr 16 tm the Treasurer. J, W. EVANS. Clerk. OTICE. JacobD Winslow} In Chancery of Charles A. Winslow, j Delaware.NewCas CathurineH Wiuslow y tie County, ss. Cause of Partition : N et. al.. George H. Winslow j A ND now, to wit, this nineteenth day of February, A. I)., 1877, it appearing the Chancellor by the affidavit of Isaac Grubb that George H. Winslow, one of the defendants in this cause has no known place of abode within this county, and can not be served with process ; that his place of residence is unknown and no appear ance having been entered for the said Geo. H. Winslow at the return of the issued for him. It is, therefore, on motion of Victor duPont. Esq., solicitor for the pe titioners, ordered by the Chancellor that the said George H. Winslow do appear be fore tbe Chancellor at his chambers in Do ver, on Monday, the 21st day of May, A.D., 1877, and show cause, if any he has, why partition of the premises in the petition described should not be made according to the prayer thereof, or that the petition will be taken pro confesso as to the said George H. Winslow. And the Register is directed to cause a oopyofthis order to be published in the Delaware Daily Gazette, a newspa per of the city of Wilmington, in said county, for the period of thirty days next preceding the said 2lst day of May, A. D., 1877. Attest, : to mm on s C. M. VANDEVER, Register in Chancery apr!0-tmayl2. OTICE.—REMOVAL. Joshua Maris. Attorney at Law. George C. Maris, Conveyancer. Joseph A. Bond Real Estate and Insur ance A gent. To the N. W. corner of Sixth and Shipley streets. N mar31-tf a at jÇicnm Applirations. N OTICE.—I, Lou^s Raymond do hereby give notice that I shall apply to tbe J udges of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the suite of Delaware, in and for the Countyof New Castle, on Monday, the 7th day of May next, being the first dav of the May Term, *>., 1877, for a license u> keep an Tavern, to sell Intoxicating li quors at No. (.15 Shipley street in tlie 5th Ward of tlie city of Wilmington, in less quantities than one quart to be drunk on the premises, and the following re spectable citizens recommend this said ap plication to wit: James Murphy A. Given, B. p. Hasson C. F. Breizachey, John Ferry, Henry Sillier, John P. Donahoe, Andrew Tray nor. John T. Gardner, John K. Kane, Levi Bird, E. Bucher. Win, H. Robinson, apr23-3t A. Inn Thos. M. Colbert, Geo. Allinon, Joel Frist, B. Berte. Adolph Hurst, L. Cu — urran, —. A. Murphey, James Monaghan, George Zeigler, Joseph J. Rebrnan, Joseph J. Breen, Patrick Taggart, LOUIS RAYM ON D. N "OTICE—I, Dennis Bradley, i pitance with the requirements of the act of Assembly in such case mad** and ided.do tiereby give notice that I shall applr in writing to the Court of (tenoral Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of tlie State of T »elaware, ln and for the county of New Castle, on Monday, the 7th day of May next. A. D., 1877. being the first day of tlie next May Term of the said Court, lor a eep an Inn or Tavern in School District, No. 3*. Mill Creek Hundied village of Stanton, New Cattle county, Delaware, known as the "Stanton House,' to sell intoxicating liquors ln less quan tities than one quart, lo be drunk premises anil the following respectable 'commend the said application, license to the citizen« to wit : Robert Hawthorn John Tu BenJ. W. Dickey' Geo. T. Hamilton Thomas Ta ✓lor, Wm. Meyers, John C. Howgate. apr24-:»t* U , Parley Smith, Win. II. Windsor, T. C. Maloney, , Jos. Marshall, F. B. Smith, Walter Mitchell, Thos. L. (iallaway »ENNIS BRADLEY. TOTICE.-I, W . H. Currlnder, do he by give notice that I shall apply in writing to thej udges ofthe ( ouri of General Sessions of tlie Peace and Jail Delivery of the state of Delaware, in and for the coun ty of New Castle, on Monday, the 7th day of May next. A.-D .1877, being the first day of the next May Term of tlie said Court. license to keep a store in School District, No. 92. in Pencader Hundred to sell intoxicat ion liquors in titles than tne premises, and the following respectable citizens recommend tlie said application, to wit: N for as la the un less quan *half gallon not tobe drunkon Charles W. Ott, Samuel Stewart, James Sullivan, Thomas Brown, John Brown. Valentine Kemether H*»nry Kendle. Timothy Orvarke, Richard Sullivan, Washington Wilson Wm. McDonald, Hugh Murphy, Godfrey Harkenstine Patrick Sullivan, WM. H. CÜRRINDER, apr 24 - 3 t "VTOTIC —I. Joh by give notice that I shall apply to the Judges of the Court of General sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware, in and for the County of New Castle, on Monday, the 7th dav of May next, being the first day of the May term, A. D., 1877, for a license to keep an Innor Tavern In School District No. 4« in the city of New Castle, known as tne " Wash sell intoxicating liquors in less quantities than one quart, to tie drunk on the premises, and the follow citizens recommend this McCall ln. do h ere ington House," to lng respectable said application, to wit: John H. Rodney, Thoe. E. Morrison, Giles Lambsou, J. H. Swann, A, M. Hizar, John White, S E Massey, John C Mahoney, Thomas Brookfield John Bacon, (' M Vandever, G L Jemison, G W Cbunside. Wm H Debt, JOHN McCALLIN. on apr23-3t* a N OTICE.—I, Thomas Toy, cio hereby give notice that I shall apply to the Judges of the Court of General Ses sions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the Stale of Delaware, in and for the County of New Castle, on Monday t the 7th day of May next being the first day of the May term, A . I»., 1877, for a license to keep an Inn or Tavern known as the ''William Penn Hotel," at Brandywine Banks in School Districts No. 23 and 75, in Christiana Hundred. New Castle county, Delaware to sell intoxicating liquors in less quantities than one quart, to be drunk on the premi ses. and the following respectable citizens recommend this said application, to wit: Peter J. McCann. John Donaho, John McKenna, James Tonner, Edwatd P. Connor. Daniel Dougherty, THOMAS TOY. may al* are in being fort John Doran, Daniel Mulherin, Peter J. Haughey, Peter Collins, Patrick Thornton, Paul Boimn, Sr.. Thomas Lawless, apr&* 3t* the _ h—I. Hainttel Moore, In com pi 1 _. . unce With the requirements of the Act Of Assembly in such rase made and provid ed, do hereby «ive notice timt I Khali apply ln writln K to the J udges of the C*>urt of lien of N^vvCaatls u poult oiiriay thdltSdhy of \iiv next \ D*1877 belngtfiellrtft da v of LSS %* eor ;tli and Railroad ave lnthe8Ui Ward re.pes.able clUzemi recommend said appll cation, to w it. Bernard McCullough James White. John Flemming, Geore Walsen, W. B. Bay Ils, Jno. J Moor«*. SAMUEL MOORE. i'N tenet John Irbiti, Daniel Blood well, J no. G. Bonner, Julius Meyers, F. Scliwepi>ensler, John McHugh, James Barry, James Weld le, W. U. Conklin. A. R. Coyle, Michael Denlon, iel Harrison, Samuel Forrest, Daniel Forrest, James Phillips. Andrew J. Cross, George K. Moore, Thn. j . Hogan, api 23-31* SU EhI FF SALE. HEKIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia'» to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the S LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Grtllp, in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, on Wednesday, the 9th day of May, 1877, at 2 o'clock p in., the following described Heal Estate, viz: All that certaiu lot or piece of laud with two two-story frame houses thereon elect ed, situate in the city of Wilmington bounded and described as foilows, to wit:— Beginning on tlie southerly Rideofalifty feet wide street laid out parallel with and at a distance of one-hundred and fifty leet northerly from tlie northerly side of .Lob dell street, and opening into Heald and Claymont streets at the distance of ninety two feet six inches, easterly from the east erly sido of Heald street, thence southerly parallel with Heald street seveuty-flve feet to a corner, thence easterly and parallel with Lobdcll street thirty-two feet six In dies to a corner, thence northerly parallel with Heuld street seventy-five feet to the aforesaid side of said fifty feet wide street, and thence thereby westerly thirty-two feet six inches to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may, with the use of the alley, ete. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of James F . Brennan and Sarah E., bis wife and 1 .1., and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, New Castle, ' April 21, 1877. apr24-3tawts. S HERIFF'S SALE, By virtue of a writ of Lezari Facias to me directed will be exposed to Public Sale at ihe LAFAYETTE BOTEL, 841 Shipley 8t„ kept by George W. Ortllp, ln tbe city of Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., on Wednesday, the 9th day of May, 1877, at 2 o'clock p. in., the following de&critied Real Estate viz: All that certain lot or piece of land with a two story frame house thereon erected situate in the city of Wilmington aforesaid bounded and described as follows, to wit:— Beginning on the southerly side of a fifty feet wide street, (laid out parallel with and at a distance of one hundred and fifty feet northerly from the northerly side of Lobdell and opening into Heald and Claymont streets) at tlie distance of seventy-five feet easterly lroin the easterly side of Heald street, thence southerly and parallel with Heald street, seventy-five feet to a corner thence easterly and parallel with Lobdell street fifteen feet to the westerly side of a two and one-half feet wide alley, thence northerly aloag said alley side parallel with Heald street seventy feet to the afore side of said fifty feet wide street, thence thereby westerly fifteen feet to the place of beginning, be tbe contents thereof what they may, with the use Seized and taken in E roperty of James F. Brennan and Sarah ., his wife and t. t., and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sherifl's office. New Castle,) Apri* 21, 1877, ] apr24-3tawts. of alley, etc, * execution as the HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of 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 miugton.in New Castle county, Del., S rrit of Levari Facias to Wednesday, the 9th Day of May, A.D., 1877, at 2o'clock, p. m. the fellowing described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot or piece of land with a two story brick house thereon erected, situate in the city of Wilmington, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning the northerly side of Apple street at tlie distance of two hundred and thirteen feet easterly from the easterly side of Heald street, thence northerly ami paral lel to Heald street seventy-two feet to the southerly side of a three feet wide alley, thence along said side of said alley westerly twelve feet to the easterly side of anotherJ feet wide alley leading from the first men tioned into Apple street, thence along said side of said alley leading into Apple street, southerly seventy-two feet to the aforesaid northerly side of Apple street, and thence therewith easterly twelve feet to the place of beginning, be tbe content* what they may, with the free use of alleys, etc. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of James F. Brennan and Sarah E., ills wife and t. t anil to be sold bv ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Shtriff's office. New' Castle f April 21, 1877. at a point $ apr23-3tawts. HERIFF'S HALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at The Hotel of JOHN E. LEWIS, in the town of Newark, in White Clay Creek Hd., New Castle county, Del., Thursday, 26th day of April, 1877, S at 2 o'clock, p. in.. The following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain messuage or tenemant ami tract of land situated ln Pencader Hundred, New Castle Gounty and State ol Delaware bounded and described as follows to wit: ginning at a stone on the south side oi Philadelphia and Baltimore Railroad and where the south border of the premises of said Railroad Company intersects the eastern border of tlie land formerly of Wm. Gibbons now of Edward Stroud thence along the outline oi said Stroud's land Ui two and a half degrees east fifty two Æ erches to a stone a course o! ence along the said north of of to sou and Haves' land, eighty-seven and three-fourth degrees east one hundred and thirty-two and seven tenths perches to a stone or corner of Me Conaughey's land, thence along the same north four and a half degrees west dred and ninety perches to a stone on the border of the premises of the said Railroad Company and along the same the nine fol lowing lines to wit: South forty one de gree« west twenty-three perches south forty-two and one-half degrees, west nine teen perches, south 44 degrees, west nine perches south forty-one and one-fourth de grees west forty perches south forty degrees perches south forty-one de grees west eighteen perches south thirty seven degrees west twenty-two perches south forty and one-ha If degrees west twenty-six perches and thence by a right line south forty-one and three-fourth de gree* west fourteen and one-half perche* to the place of beginning containing ninety eight acres, two roods and lourteen square perches of land be tlie same more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of George M- Huslerand Ann Hunier his wife and Wm. C. Rambo, Mary his wife and t. t's, and to be »old by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, New Castle, April 4, 1817. foutli hun west fourte to Ses the of May an in to apr.7-eodts pHILIP MEYER Vinegar Manufacturer, 403 Poplar Street. Pure Cider Vinegar at 25 cents per gallon: also, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Peac Butter, and Pepper Sauce of the best qua ty. deol2-dly me directed, w at the hotel of BEN J. D. LONGLAND, «'■' vlll«e of Bt Oeorgv'« In, R»l Mon Huudred. New Castle County, Del., on FRIDAY, Tira 4th day of* MAY, 1877, , „ . tat© vir the following described Real Estate, viz. a®l|»#HR«S«S^»î ^rlbSifSTtoilSS?!?» wltfj&Stolu? at a lH .»opiar tree standing In tliasoulh side of Coxe's Neck Road and which is also a corner of land heretofore of John A. Pen nington: thence with the land late of the d Jon K. Pennington south four degree« and three quarters of a degree, east one hundred and ninety perches to 8t. George's creek; thence up the said creek by thesev t »ral courses thereof about two hundred perches to the mouth of a ditch on the land fate of Enoch Thomas, deceased; thence along the land late of tlie said E. Thomas, deceased, and by land formerly of Lewis Recce north thirty nine and one-fouth de grees, west fifty and six-tenths perches to a corner of land late of the said Lewis Reece; thence north sixty-six and two. tenths perches to a corner for land late of Thos. Booth now Samuel B. Sutton: thence north twenty-fourand one-fourth degrees, east sixty-three and four tenths perches to a stone six tenths east of a stone In a line of land late of Henry G rind age, now of An thony M. Higgins; thence north twenty und th ree- fourth degrees, east fifty-live and eight-tenths perches to the Coxe's Neck road aforesaid, thence along said road eighty three* and one-fourth degrees east eighteen and one fourth perches; thence south eighty-four degrees,east one hundred and twelve perches lo the place of begi ihg, containing one hundred and ninety one acres of land, he the same more or C9flEltIVT , 4 ^ n By vlrfTie of a writ cf I.cvxn Facias to ill he ex|o ed to Public sale. ^ of to S is le No. 2—All that certain brick dwelling house with tlie lot of land thereunto belong lug. situated ln the village of St. George's in Red Lion hundred and county aforesaid, and whieh is bounded ns follows, that is to say by the State, road or street, by lands formerly of Henry Grindage, now of An thony M. Higgins, and by other lands of tlie said Samuel B. Sutton, containing about seven acres, more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the pro r erty of Samuel B. Sutton and Mary A Is wife, and t. t.'s, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. apr20-3tawts lo in a a a Sheriff's Office, New Castle, April 18, 1877. HERIFF'S SALE. j By virtue of a wrltofVendltlonl Expo nas to me directed, will be exposed to Pub lic Sale, at the S GILPIN HOUSE, kept by George Whitfield, in the city, hun dred and county of New Castle, State of Delaware on Thursday, the 3rd day of May, 1877, at2o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Estate, viz: Those two certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, as follows: No. 1.—All that certain lot of land situate In tlie city, hundred and countyof New Castle, bounded and describ ed as follows to wit: Beginning at a stake on the west side of Young street a corner for land of John Henry and running thence with a line parallel with Stoneham street and with a line of John Henry 's land south sixty-seven degrees west fifteen feet to another corner for lands of John Henry at a street la'd oui thirty feet wide, thence thereby and parallel with Young street south twenty-three degrees cast twenty five feet to a corner for land of Thomas Berry, thence with said Berry's line and parallel with the first line north sixty-seven degrees east one hundred and ttlteen feet to the south west side of Young street, thence with the said side of Young street south twenty-three degn*es west twenty-five feet to the place of beginning, with a frame building theron. fso. 2.—Ml that certain lot of land situat ed in tlie cltv of New Castle, county of New Castle ar.d State of Delaware, and now or formerly bounded and described as lollows to wit: Beginning at a point on the westerly side of Young street in the line of land di viding the land of Hugh McGovern and John Henry thence running by the said side of the said street in a southerly direc tion three feet, thence ln a westerly direc tion and parallel with the said division line and three feet distant therefrom twenty six feet thence in a northerly direction ami parallel with Young street three feet to the dividing line aforesaid, thence thereby in easterly direction, t wenty-six feet to the said side of Young street and place of be ginning be tbe same what it may Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of Hugh McGovern, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, New Castle, April 13, 1877. hundred aiul apr.l8-eodt*. Ç1 HERIFF'S SALE. O By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia* to me directed will be exposed to Public Sale at the GILPIN HOUSE, kept by George Whitfield, in tbe city, hun dred and county of New Castle and State of Delaware, on THURSDAY, the 3rd day of May, 1877, At 2 o'clock,p.in., the following described Real Estate, All that certain tract or piece of land situated In New Castle hundred aforesaid and lying on the New Castle and Frenchtown turnprk« road, bounded by lands of the heirs of Richard Simmons, deceased, by lands of John Smyth and others, ami by the said turnpike road, containing thirty-four acres more or less, including one half of the said turnpike road, ized .'Iz : •tli-west side of the aud taken in execution ■Sc the pro perty of George W. Palmer and Melvlna Downey, t. t., and to be sold bv ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff s office, New Castle April 12, 1877. aplfl-3tawts HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue ol S Wednesday, the 9th day of May _ ... , , writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St. kept by Geo. W. Ortlip. in the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware, 187i, at 2 o'clock p. in., the following describe* 1 Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot or piece of land with two two-story frame houses thereon erect ed. situate in the city of Wilmington, bounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning at a stake on tlie northerly side oi Lobdell street between Claymont and Heald street at the distance of one hundred and forty-nine feet from the corner formed by tlie intersec tion of the said side of Lob dell street, and the westerly side of Clay mont street, thence northerly and parallel with Claymont street seventy-five feet to a stake, thence westerly and parallel with Lobdell street twenty-six feet to a stake, thence southerly and purallel with Clay mont street seventy-five feet to the afore said side of Lobdell street, and thence thereby ea*terly twenty-six feet to the place of beginning, be the content* thereof what they may. Seized and taken ln execution as the pro perty of James F. Brennan and Sarah E. his wife, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff's office. New Castle April 21, 1877. Sheriff. apr23-3tawts. " HERIFF'S SALE. By virtre of a writ of Levari Fa to me directed, will be exposed to Public Bale, at the HOTEL OF WILLIAM B. HOLLIS, At Townsend, in Appoqulntmtnk Hun dred, New Castle county, Delaware on Tuesday, the 8th Day of 'May, 1377,at one o'clock, p m.. the following described Real Estate viz All that certain farm, plantation or tract of land situate, lying and being In Appo qulntmlnk, now Blackbird hundred afore said; bounded by the public road leading from Taylor'* bridge to Flcmlning's land ing, by the Smyrna creek by the north-woel branch or said creek, by lands of James C Latlomus and by land now held by Cathar ine Matey as tenant in dower. Containing one Hundred and sixty acres, be the same more or less, with a frame two storvdwel I lng house, kitchen,barn, stabling, g'ranerv etc., thereon erected. s, ' T' Seized and taken ln execution as the pro perty of Jacob Deakyno and Caatharine Deakyne his wife, terre tenants and to be S H das. sold by os, « ISA AC GRUBB, Sheriff Sheriffs office New Castle, April 19th, 1877. 1 apn21-3tawts. SU Mil K F SALK .4 HE RI FF SALE. ^ By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ex points, to me directed, will he exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St., ipt by Geo. W. Ortllp, in the city of Wll inlugton, New Castle county, Delaware, on Saturday, the 28th'Day of April, 1*77, at 2 o'clock, p, m„ Tile following described Heal Estate, viz: All tiiose Iwotraou piece, or parcels of lftDd situate in the city of WUmiDgton.New Castle county, Delaware, bound«»l and de scribed as follows: Wo. 1 . Beginning at tlie Intersection of the westerly line of land now or late of Edward Shipley with the west side of Jackson street, thence north thirty-two degrees east atmm thirty-tlve fest to the southwest corner of Jackson and Fifth streets, thence by the southerly side of Filth street norUi fifty-eight degreeswest two hundred and nine-feet to the southeast corner of Filth and Van Huren streets, thenceby the easterly sale of Van Bureti street south ninety-two degrees west two , hundred and thirty-five feet to tlie northeast 1 corner of Van Buren and Fourth «treets, ^ thence hy thenorthcrly side of Fourth street south tlfty-elght degrees East two hundred I and four feet more or less to the line of •Shipley's land aforesad and thenee by said line about north tlfty-live degrees easttwol hundrnl and eighteen feet to the plaee of beglnula« he the same whatll may No. 2. » Beginning at a stake on the easterly side of : Tatnall street Ijoiween Eighth and Ninth ' streets at the distance of twenty feet fron, a line of land now or late of- florton I thence easterly parallel with Klghth street » one hundred and ltfty-three feet four Inches I to a stake, thenee southerly parallel with TatiiHlI street twenty-feet to a stake thence westerly parallel with Eighth street one luit.dre.tand ttfty-three feet four Indies to the easterly side of Tatnall str. -et aforesaid d thenee thereby northerly twenty leet to the placeur begninlng with a two story frame house thereon erected. •Seized and taken into execution as the property of John Dougherty deceased. (Elizabeth Dougherty, administratrix, of John Dougherty, deceased,; and tone sold ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. SherifTs Office, New Castle, ) April U, 1877. i aprl0-3taw S is • S HERIFF'S SALE. . By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, lo me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Hotel ok BENJ. D. LONGLAND, in the village of St. George's in Red Lion Hundred, New Castle County, Delà ware,on Friday, the 27th day of April, 1877, at 2 o'clock p. m., The following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain plantation or tract of land lying and being In tbe hundred of Ked Lion, ln the County of New Castle and State of Delaware aforesaid bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a large poplar tree standing on the south side ol Coxe's Neck Road and which is also a comer of land heretofore of John A, Pen nington; thtence with the land late of the said John A Pennington south four degrees and three quarters of a degree, east one humlml and ninety perches to St. George's creek; thence up the said creek by the several courses thereof about two hundred perches to the mouth of a ditch on the land late of Enoch Thomas, deceased: thence id E. Thomas, deceased, and by land formerly of Lewis Reece north thirty-nine and one-fourth de grees, west fifty and six tenths perches to a corner of land lute ofthe said Lewis Reece; thence noitii sixty-six and two-tenths per ches to a corner for land late of Samuel B. Sutton; thence north twenty-four and fourth degrees, east sixty-three and four tenths perches to a stone six-tenths east of a stone in a line of laud late ofHenry Griu dage, now oi Anthony M. Higgins; thence north twenty and three-fourths degrees, east rtfty-rtve and eight tenths perches to the Coxe's Neck road aforesaid; along said road eighty-three and degrees eighteen and one-fourth perches; thence south eighty-four degrees, east one hundred and twelve perches to tlie place of beginning, containing one hundred and ninety-one acres of land, be the same more less. Seized and taken Into execution as the property of Samuel B. Sutton, and to be sola by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, New Castle. > April«, 1877. i aprl0-3tawts along the land late of the thence I e-fourth HERIFF'S 8ALE. By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ex ponas. to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the HOTEL OF BENJ. D. LONGLAND, in the village of St. George's in Red Lion huudred New Castle county, Delaware, on Friday, the 27th day of April, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following described Heal Estate viz All the following described lois or nieces of bind situate ln tbe vlllugt- ol.St. tieorge's New Castle county and 8t;ite of Delaware.' No. I. A lot fronting on Delaware street fifty feet anti extending back at right angles with Delaware street aforesaid to Henrv L Peckard's lot, bounded on tbe northeast bv Samuel S. Baldwin's lot and on the south west by James Gorman's lot, containing seven thousand five hundred square feel of laml with a Drug store thereon erected — No. 2. A lot of land on the east corner form ed by the Junction ofthe Delaware City road with the Odessa road, In said village or.St. George's as follows, to wit: Begin ning at the junction ofthe aforesaid roads and running theuce with Ihe Odessa road south forty degrees east one hundred and tlbeen feet, thence nortli forty seven and three-fourth degrees cast eightv-four I'ortv elghl one hundreths feet, thence north forty-two and one-quarter degree west one hundred and filly feel lo tlieaforesald Dela ttre City road, thence with said road south forty-seven and three-fourth degrees west eighty feet to the place of beginning, con. taming twelve thousand three hundred square feet more or less with a store house aud dwelling thereon erected. No 3 lot of land In tlie said vlllageof St. George's hounded on the south by Main street on the west by Second street, on the east bv land of Samuel B. Sutton and more nartl cularly described as follows to wit' Be ginning at a point on Main street forty two feet three inches from tlie corner of said Malu street and Second street thence along said street the same distance to Second street thence north forty-nine and three fourth degrees east one hundred and thirty one feel toother land of Frederick U Button thence southeasterly and paral lel witli Mala street fortv-two - inches thenee southerly and parallel with Second street ftay-two and one-lialf de grees west one hundred and thirty-one feet to the place of beginning, be the same moreor less, with the binding thê?™n Seized and taken Into execution as the p rp|ert y of Albert N. Sutton, and" bl Q , _ ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff Sheriff's omee. New Castle, ■ ' April C, 1K7. s : A a S HERIFF'S uai f me y fi7rec'£d 0f w a iirb t I ' < 'l a i rl Facla *' «airÄ'**'*" 1 * «PoeedtorTblic LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Ml ShlDlev St mSuKton%ewci?n Ulp ' *" the clty Wll mlngton. New Castle county. Delaware on WEDNESDAY THE XTH DAY OF ApfalL, 1*7, the following 1 a ° c ?f k ( P- m -> All thârl^îmre e t rlbwi Uenl Estate, Viz: at« In the'cîtv'ür *? leoe °* lan d situ bounded and t L^ü^i m "' Bton aforesaid, Beginning 'oit tt , 8 follows to wit : Sreet at «t».,, westerly side of King th^dlsbinee nîfcrt f eet six Inches wide, a* therly side or u7,. y ', f< ' ur feet f '°® «>e shu fifty eight 1 stre et; thence north Inches to a Mak7 < à'V' l ' t /" f ' venu ' <!n feet six side of FrontMr«'. t o.'* our feet from said four degrees anH^a ' ,7 ,ence "»uth thirty a line Kho I h "i' w . eBt tw enty feet to Young- U,en£ l, and 9f 8 » ld Margaret fifty-eight ? ne «hereof south Inch *s to east ae-ventoen feet six «g AlïStt SXJ"" 1 "*' 66 perty 1 ©! MarnSv" execution as the pro Young adrenal? 1 T 0 ""?' deceased. (John üggJ ^?'ÿ? fa ? tor °f,Margaret Young, ueceased,) and to be sold by " Sheriff's Offloe, N^VcasS?) 7 ^' S * leriflr April 4,1(77. ' j aprr-MawM. aprio-eodts. U) to C T' pro be QHBHIFF'B SALE. r> By virtue or h to me <1 1 reeled, will bi* 1 JxiitH?u» F n U ' h Sale, at the 1 ' 1<J Pub vt-i««»« LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Sliinl» kept by Geo. W. Ortllp, in thocit ' V St ' mlngton, New CastleCounty, beiuw,[ ' Vl! ' SATURDAY, the 2^th l)»v l "' 011 , J *3 «nWrin«' '«•«£« ft* 1 "** Alt Uio«e several anu ntM,,,.,. ', ' parcels of Jan<l sllnutwl In and un m?'i l, ? r S'l, C nUr K? jo 'h 8 to w,r JÆi «wmtv «S»#î«?n W Ca * lle Hundred * y comDuniUon*two 8 aT!- 11111 Sttia '"«nsfi .arches oHand more ri 'V' n<i mnetïï j*™PKi? f ./ n 8 *, '"' 1 " l "l'e«am, Wr m Sl,StSi V m«d l »Vr El «® rl T,l ylor u b«!k 2 vof s -Mareh vuth, Ô iiitni5?m , Vni .. <v»nSilnln?twn S»rii 31 una ,Il >ndrHl "ÏÏHÎÏÏSnï 1 in ® l"' l ' r '''rai,H ujj fj" î-m^laniîVnfi "SÄ "* ore or IfM K-jr Morllwn and w?te Swï Y l,kU * « iml . naie tu 1 r,,. Wo^ -Àllïhoimvv "iw ,'' . or narceis of nJîm n t J' T acts P miVÜÎ. 1 '! N «i' Î,- number 5 coni* nbw u " Nl îorérÆraore orÏÏ u i i"' r „!"' n ' ;i 'l initwo and »hn'iro?..«.'., 11 ! 10l '°"l*«j VS" Ja-m. ,, /, moTC or '«*«. W Wm" Vehh^nd wltv- F r | ! 'V' sl ' K "'»ah ,. onV 'e vaHti Rols- ht» vt! . m Wl ', r ' 1 "'db g^klv.'i ' Milrch 1*»' No 4 liRtiia't«*ln New - r „ >■ ,, nrnn-MiUl coniuinl é mV,,, i H ' Ul ;, IIlln, !H aid in in v. l,,^ J i' 1 ^ V"' sai "« . | which Wim™. \1,"c laml an. Çvj ûLm lh ah ass v , L ,n r !lul . nnthe Sth ï V. !s " 11; » 1 Krftll # , llK i «onrtrm nntV» (ilt * Kk H volu n?7 naè •>, t ! Crt Ti, ' i '» r Ko n 1 , iu.,..e,.iLu afme^aliT Ivnnab. m sé eA, i 'y i l m ingtoa âV,.Tr»ts â ofl irs . " M , ref i ■ lackl Wll îlaré .Tir'" 1 *" uili ' itn. rt Tiurlor nerember w ^ H J „ àftèen aefes 4 and'*th'ir7v m.iî 'f U,grUltl " lhlr, y- four Perches, mot Rt.bfTaJlnr mdu' i ? n "u7 property of Hobt. Taylor'and to be sold b Bherlff's office, New Castle, I ' ^ er ^' April 10, 1877. lie of April vii: T:.e aprl2-3tawi HERIFF'S »a B y virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to p U Mi, Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 811 Shipley St kept by George W. Ortlip, in the city oi Wilmington, Newcastle county,Del.,d Saturday, tlie 28th day of April] 1^7. at 2 o'clock p. nij The follow ng described Real Entai* \iu All that certain lot. piece or parcel ol land with two-story frame hou«* thereon erected situate in the city of Wilmington, boundel and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the intersection of tlie north, erly side of Eightn street, ami the westerh side of Madison street, thence westerly along said side of Eighth street elghty-gvi feet to the east side of Monroe street at fort v-five feet wide thence north along th« said side of Monroe street sixty-seven feel six Inches to a corner thence east and par allel with Eighth street eight y -five the aforesaid side of Madison street, an thence thereby southerly sixty-seven ft threq Indies to the place of deginning, the contents what they may. Also all that lot or piece of marsh lai known as the Deer Cneek marsh, situât in Christiana Hundred. NewGastleco aforesaid, beginning at a point in tbe mid dle of marsh land, t»eing also a corner ol Chartes a., Murphey s marsh land, then« extending south nineteen and three-quartet degrees west along tlie middle of said land and four perchesand sixty-six hundred )mu a perch to a point, thence still along th« same south twelve and three-quarter ds grees west sixteen perches ami ninety-fout onehundreths of a perch to a corner ol marsh belonging to heirs of Caleb Stroud, thenee by the said last mentioned marsh north seven degrees west forty-one perch*« and one-tenth of a perch to a point, and north twenty-nine and one-half degrés 1 five-hundred)» en perch toW. W D. C. Wright's marsh,theM oy tlie same nortli forty-and one-miartu degrees east twenty perches and flny-tvc h undreths qi a perch to a corner of UM said Charles A. M urphey's marsh, then« by the same south sixty-six and thred quarter degrees cast thirty-four perch« and sixteen hundreths of a perch to un place of beginning containing five acra and twenty-eight perches of land. Seized and taken in execution « pert y of Robert Taylor and John Dunn ana Elizabeth Dunn, 1.1., and to h . v ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, / April 11, 1877. $ aprl2-3tawM S reel west three-hundred thep S HERI H* '8 WALK. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias directed will be exposed to Public --Aie, GILPIN HOUSE. at tbe kept by George Whitfield, in the el dr«#d and countyof New Castle, swu« Delaware, on Thursday, the 3rd day of May, ^ v * at 2 o'clock, I*. M•• the following described R' »l EstoN-. v i All that certain plantation or jr* land, situated, lying and being UJPJSSJ drèd and county of New' Castle in ij ! * 'j. of Delaware, partly on the north m V™ on the south side oi tlie N«:w UH A b Frenchtown turnpike road boumWJ lands late of K insey Johns, Eh'i-. y orable John M. Clayton, by bdüsim^ the heirs of Richard sininionN i land late of James Caulk, deed» of Samuel H., Burnham, deed anü % ^ road leading from the said tun1 j Christiana Bridge and by the M* . and Frenchtown Railroad an&W ™ containing one hundred and el ® 1 '' Verrai moreor less,excepting thereout* j*' piece or parcel thereof containing more or less. , nr rirt Also all that certain other tract oj i ^ of land situated in New tastlc R ^ the county of New Castle andSUi■ ^ W(< ware aforesaid, and lying on , *£,'j t | lt oin side of the New Castle and E 1 turnpike road, bounded by Ian . lan j heirs of Richard Simnoons.dec d D> t , late of John Smyth and said turnpike road, containing J . , acres more or less. Book B. \«i. J. f ic. (Seized and ta'ten In execution Mtt perty of Melvlna Downey surGJ' J 1tB gager of Edward Bo»"> T "it aJ»' Downey his wife, Joseph 1.1 fSK , / j 0 a c. t. a. of Edward Öowney dec Downey, Mary Peunlngton » 'Je ®, n j un ii Pennington, Edward pPpïïSônDowW! Downey, Harriet wife of Uay ™ ■ w , devisees and heirs at law of" J ( bv ney, dee d, and t.^ and siiertS Ä N lü? C " tle 't apr^ Sheriff's 3» of Levari J QHERIFF'S SALE. Ö By virtue of a writ cias. to me directed, will be Public Sale, at the . ohipleyj* LAFAYETTE ihe city ^«to^NewC6a»UecounLy. SatubI)AY the 5th day of M* 1877, at 2 o'clock, P; 1 "'' vj!: tue following described R®»' E "' r ' parcel < All that certain l° t 1 'J > L e _tekhouse" 1 , 1 * land, with a three storied bricK wllm in| ^"Ärtanl 'SÄSSftgfSj wit': Beginning at the comer form , x zoutherfy side of .Second »'^ tut» westerly side of Lombard »^ wet ert along said side ®f ® e S?'V, 1 e middle of® about seventeen feet to B ,e mid ""J, westerly gable end „"S 1 ,* Lombard, thence «.uüierlyraralled toL< e of »' and passing through the ™' de 0 f » tW wall §6 feet to the uorüKTl} , d( die feet wide alley, thence alt®«, „treel easterly parallel to »e on de „fhoi seventeen feet to the aforesa lh bard street,and th"'«*.* 1 J? 1 begi nnl "t. cighty-slx feet to the i lace» roll j;ei«P the contents thereof what «J ', he rigid J[ lng and reserving «hey. i uiidins ™ l to n [ii AlbcrtT his heirs and assigns- Uo „as Seized and taken In exeem lary pu perty of William Du ÖJ an . tu wife, and to be sold sber Sheriff's office. New Castle, i r21 . 3 tawH • A P r1118 ' 1M7 '