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C P Johnhon, Editor
Tu» daily uakbtte 1»puöltßuifl*wj
aftarnoon (Sunday exoepted,) at 4M Marne
Street, and serveil by «arrters u ♦ subscriber
In til oarta of the city and HurrOundiu*
towns and v blauen, for *lx cents a week
payable weekly. Yearly subscriber*, *3 1»
advanoe.
poor
They
The Delaware Gabette, established
n 1784, 1» the largest and most flourish ini,'
weekly paper lu the stale, and has a larger
ireuialiur vawu any other on the Peninsula
Publish« d every Thu r*d ay afternoon, »1*
pery.*ar. lu advance.
now
being
appe
IH7B
regret
so
We
JANUARY IT
The Daily Gazette la sent to all parts
uiry, postage paid, for th
it contain«
roitant
In brief Just the
he buslB®^»ma
KKE
table
copies
we
lisher
set
and
of the
DOLLARS a year, Hi advance.
1 most 1
all the local news
news of the day. It gl
*ed,
news the .'armer
at half the cost of the tw
cent paper* ;
a man ought to read of
8ub*cnbe for It
der for a
much
and
evening or morning,
once hy remitting a money
six months.
year
The Legislature ailjourried this morn
ing until Monday, at 3 1*. M.
Mr. SavlsblBY was one of the four
Senators who had the nerve to vote
against the demagogic pension bill that
passed the Senate yesterday,
it is said, will take $20.000,000 out of
the Treasury.
the hands of pension agents,
than half a dozen subsidy bills.
Republican Congressmen In \N ash
ington seem not a little surprised at the
action of the Alabama Legislature look
ing to a change in her law s and providing
for the choice of Presidential Electors
by the Legislature, ami thus avoiding U.
S. Marshals, Supervisors and the od
election machinery cooked up by the
Republicans to annoy white people ami
keep alive sectional animosities and civil
strife.
Hon. Henry Watterbox, of the
Louisville Courier-Journal, has effected
engagement w th the Slayton Lyceum
Buivau, of Chicago, to make a lecture
tour through the Southern States. It is
said his new lecture, "The Comicalities,
Whimsicalities and Realities of .South
ern Life," will be found characteristic
of the author, and especially interesting
to all hearers,
very moderate, and we should think a
visit to this city would he productive of
a handsome profit to some of
societies, should they engage in such an
enterprise,
wiy about the first week in February, it
our advices are correct.
his
C.
II.
Long,
R.
T.
his
doubt
of
ful
can
cers,
is
name
even
if
1 ng
otlice.
tlxe
dare
ance
lic
tliis
This bill,
Much of it will go into
Ii is w orst*
Vll
«* learn, am
His terms,
ur literary
He will probably pass this
for
It set ms a strange thing to s* e a
milieu asked to investig..te the fees and
charges oi the county officers of New
castle county, before any charges have
been made against them. If there are
lo
charges from men
h » an- not
ncmb«*rs
us they
of the legislature, it se. ms to
poi
R«*
t
tight be made the subject of actio
n
But it appears unreasonable •(> put the
State to the cost of au investigation by a
committee, before a
y charges ha
.* bee i
nude. It seems to us that th«*
OtlOIl of
Mr. Collins t > refer the lee bill to the
\\
committee covers all the actio
that is
required. But the remarks of Mr. Hous
ton covered any irregularity completely.
iglit to de
mand a hill of the same, and if it is in
let
A.
Those who pay fees have a
Loess of the charges named in the fe«*
hill
prinb-d in the Digested laws he
lay refuse to pay, or recover hy suit at
law.
tl
IIayes, as the fraud in the Presiden
cy, is odious enough, but C'onkling is no
better. II« helped to^put Hayes
he is and hoped to profit by his infamous
action—and he has profited by it. Had
Hayes not been President, Conkling
would not have controlled the election in
New' York and secured his own re-elec
tion to the Senate. IDs place would have
been filled by an honest Democrat—p«*r
haps such a man as Charles O'Connor.
Cookling's rage in the .Senate, on Tues
day, ami his denunciation of Hayes and
Sherman, w as only another evidence of
mistrust
here
the fact that thieves always
each other and are never safe. Conkling
is now acting in the capacity of tlie
wretched, conscience-stricken
criminal
ho turns State's evidence, with the dif
t reuce that Conkling "does not mistrust
the men in tlie place about him.
seen already so
tecta« 1 in the Nena'e.
* oi tlie vilest men pro
lie, therefore, un
folds just enough of the supposed crimi
nality of Hayes and Sherman to arouse
suspicion.
"Mr." Hayes.
He referred to Haye
When Mr. Thurman,
with mock gravity, sai«l lie thought that,
a citizen of Ohio had been attacked,
gbt to say something in reply, Conk
ling said lie had
"Mr. Hayes."
Secretary Sherman
of him as "John" Sherman, ami sai«l tin
as
he
•ely been speaking of
Coukling's reference to
as bitter, lie spoke
'\S(;mit«; knew who Join
and of his riches."
•Sherman
Honest J «jli n ?
Somebody lias s«?t a rumor afloat that
overnor Cochran is desirous of appoint
ng tome one in the place of Win. Fisk
Townsend, Clerk of the I»«;ac«j of Sussex
t H
county, and hence tlie haste in bringing
Townsend's case before the Legislature.
We have not seen or heard from G«
or Cocbra
vern
on thi>
latter, but we are
confident tliat Governor Cochran lias had
nothing to do witli tlie matter. That he
regrets tliat an apiaiiutee of h s should
have become a drunken imbecile, there
can be no doubt. Hut Mr. Townsend
was
»ppoimed him and II » no fault of the I
Gdvernor that he lias become onesince. |
Those who drank wi ll him and helped j
to lead him to his jitseenl condition are 1 ti e
They »ere, perltatis, able to
' 1
not
not a diunkard when Governor Cochran
culpab'e.
swallow heavy chartes that would ui**>1
poor Townsend, whose more susceptible
rere not able to endure so much.
nerves
pains
he
er,
Duel
They will doubtless h* Ip to hold him up
now under the severe trial to which he is
being put f r his yielding to the craven
fre«iuent indulgence in
appe ite tlie
strong drink is sure to beget. We deeply
nsend should have
I
regret that Mr.
so readily yielded to his worst enemy.—
We have missed his newspaper from our
table for a long time, and the one or two
copies that we bave seen in the last six
mouths bore evidence of neglect. But
we had not the least idea that its pub
lisher had fallen into the habits that Ih*
set the path and ensnared so many able
and excellent men.
believed the charges made against Mr.
Townsend had not his own best friends,
We could not have
<
his securities for the peifurmance of his
duties, united In the appeal to the Legis
lature. But when such men as Charles
C. Stockley,George W. Willin, Charles
II. Richards, Isaac Conaway,
Long, John W. Short, James M. Steel.
R. W. Truitt, J. P. Marvel and Charles
T. Purnell, (bis own friends, we hear,)
append tlieir names to the petition for
his removal, we have no longer room to
doubt the tiuth of the charges «if neglect
of duty because of in ability to the faith
ful discharge thereof from frequent in
toxication. This is a terrible vice, and it
can never be overlooked in public offi
cers, with safety to the community. It
is rumored that some one wants Mr.
Townsend's place, but we have heard no
name Miggested. That there should be
even half a dozen honorable, moral and
competent gentlemen wanting it, is very
natural ; am) to such it should be given,
if Mr. Townsend is incapable, or unwil
1 ng to devote bis ability and time to the
otlice. Drunkenness is had enough in
private life, in all conscience, but neither
tlxe Lcgis atureor sny other power shou'd
dare to force upon a people the main ain
ance of a man in a high official position
an habitual drunkard. As a pub
lic journalist, having the good of our
grand old party, ami the interests of the
Slat«* at heart, to say nothing of the
moral conveyed to the young, we are
compelled hy du y t«» speak plainly in
tliis mutier.
11. w.
Vll
1 lie Forged Til le
There
ever ha* be«.*n tl «* l«*as* moral
doub* that when Kellogg
nas the second s-t of cert ill«-at «'s
binned
hat is
I
knot
for electors of Louisiana, to comet the
lieh rendered the tirs- set
ft h
errors
g<
less, he knew that several name
lo ged to t hat i aper, il he
as not di
ectly a parly to he forge
V ho« IN kin
I
that the «late .
s IIU1
fahrica'ed to «-or
tificale
ol
d
Inch
poi
R«*
t » Wash
ii
.g Hoard Anderson had ca
d
n
». and
Inch Mr. Fe
I'resid.-nf ].n>t
of the S. iia e, ha«
'V
old 1
lar in form ;
d t hei «
fore invalid.
It i i * s already be.
Ml tl
pi « >V«*1I
hat Anderson «»j
certificate i
\\ ashii Vton.
lien* hr
isulted
it
tin* lb publican chiefs i
•t
form, and th«*ii hurried back t
New Or
let
hie
paper tipot
sioii
the Electoral Conn
•ted finally
A. B. Levis
swore before the Pott«*
.
Committee that his signature to the «
as a pa'pable forgery, and K«*
ley, the colored man,
im*s>enger at the t
:
*, and fad charge
•f
tl
room
ere p«*i
petrated, recently swore that to ids
knowledge the name of Oscar Jcffrion
was also forged.
When the Pot* er Committee were at
New Orleans ten days ay
quiry w as made for other
it diligent ii
>f the Hay«
electors about
also dis rust. Yet additional testimony
this point is not necessary, and tin;
case would not be strengthened if every
name to the second certificate was si
to have been forged. Levisee, who now
holds tlie ofiic«; of sub-revenue agent in
Nan Francisco, arid w as probably assign
ed to that remote service so as to be out
of tlie way, has established one forgery
in his own person, and Kelley lias proved
another.
Tli« difference between the two eertifi
cat«*s from Lou siana is that the firstpre
lendt'd to verify a fiaudulent result of
tlie election for Pr«*sid«*nt hy genuine sig
nature's, while tli** second repeats flic
fiaudulent attestation hy forged sigtia
tnr«*s; and this second paper was the one
adopted by the Uommiss on as tlie means
of declanm: Hayes 1'resident. No that
the as-.ounding fact will go into liis ory
tliat tin; eight electoral votes of Louisi
ana wer
i .
llu; first instance s olen by
conspiracy ami fraud; and in the
8» cond instance, ihat the ceitificate de
daring tliis result, being vitiat« «I by
barefaced forgery, was yet solemnly ad
judicated ss val «I, because th«* eight-by
seven Commission d« termiimd tha' they
would not go behind the face of the
forged papers Î
Honest thinking men may be deluded
or confused by a conflict of testimony
in regard to the vote of Louisiana, based
upon the stories of intimidation and vio
lence, artfully constructed to mislead the
unwary and lo deceive the tens of thou
sands who accept at second hand th«; as
surances of party inauageis and party pa
But putting all that entirely out
attonishing fact yet stamD
'hat the whole administration of forty
live millions of people, the public policy,
»he treasury and its mighty operations,
the vast patronage of the G
and the liuiulred thousand
home and abr«»a«l, i
of a man
as
of
to
«'ruinent,
jflic«*s at
; to-dav in the 1 ands
i.<> was not elected at all: and
that even tl
fra'idulent t itie by w hich
lie claims *to !»«; President rests upon a
forgery !—A. Sun.
are
had
According to a vice-regal order, " it is
the pleasure of her ltoyal Highness and
liis Excellency that the Utt
he
a Troop ef
Cavalry shall in luture be honor by being
designated "Tbe Princess Louise Dra
goon Guards. "
was
Nnub I» H»jn.
I U^c.ndida). for Vice
| Prwide|lt W|ts jn n,,. Houm to-day,.
j mtineas of fbe funeral cereuiouhs over
1 ti e late Congressman Jscltle cher. When
President Hayes came in, the et the au
dienen toae In leapect. Hendrlclij 1 eing
conapicuous as one of the few who did
not i iae.
■tnimti Com
fU
W
Dl
11« re Old lien.
From the Washlngoi;
(General Butler evidently has no d »
position to rush recklesly into t* e joys or
pains of his hereafter. \Vh> n a-k* d why
he ha«l not returned to Washington sine -
er, 1 e is reported »* answ* ring that he
wanted to wait until the death täte in
Congress was reduced.
A letter from Peking states that th
Viceroy has entered into a coi tract wltli
Art.old llogue,a gecdogi.*t and inn ing
expert of New York, for the purpose ol
prosp* cting the gold.
mi*«*s in the north of * him*
The marriage of the Duke of Con
naught will he solemnized at Windsor
about the l.Htb « f March, the
ceremony, originally fixed for February,
having been postponed a month in con
sequence of the dtath of the Grand
Duel ess of Hesse.
, ami other
ih
1
.1
<
■w\ IMI.
of
ye
MAM
621 Market Street,
Annnum
their first opening for 187» to be
Hamburg: EdgingN,
Guipure Hamburgs.
Embroidered Trimmings,
BRETON LACES.
GUIPURELACES
-AND
TORCHON LACES
is
The above k«kx 1 k
I mported, being Hie same
i g the finest
is we have sold
for
lib very
mid »ay that th
lislactory
«•suit*
id
g< I« H 1 S
t* low«
ll
price tuui
We would Invite
critical < xurn
we know the
Inatlon
in to l.e
of our Hi
ii hi
ol finer w« rk am
il ll
mate
mo*t goods
i be market
id at a* low prices.
ii
d
All the leading bn
id« of
«
SHEETING
i
AND—
•t
SHIRTINGS
.
At wholesale prices hy yard
piece.
•f
Ladies' Coats.
ids
at
ii
For
our enll
over, we des!
and have made prices which we think will
accomplish It. Call and *ee tbtm.
eral seasons we haveclase«! out
of Coat*, not carrying
to do the same this winter
11
tin;
now
in
out
of
sig
flic
one
that
ory
i .
W. M. Kennard & Co«
Wilmington, Del.
tans
-the—
DELAWARE STATE
F. & M. INS. CO.
HOM E OFFICE
CITY OK WILMINGTON-, DEL.,
Insures bunding*, farm property, live !
stock, hay. gram In barn or stack, furniture.
merchandise, ships In port, rents. Âc.,!
against loHNordamage fire and lightning
ai very easouable rates for five or ten
ears.
Also,gr.tnts perpetual policies
deuce* or farm property.
All member* ol the Company holding
perpetual policies participate in the profit*
Neglect to Insure,
—AND YOÜR
H A KD EARN I NUN of year* maybe 1
TIME, WHICH IH MONEY, may he lost
In regaining what might have been *aved!
HAPPINEHH AND COMFORT
vanish from the Household!
RIENDH MAY FAIL TO AID, when aid
* credit having
by
the
de
by
ad
they
the
based
vio
the
thou
as
pa
out
stamD
forty
re»i
may
1* inesl iKMMled, bu*l
Ined.
POVERTY MAY COME IN AT THE
DOOR; and the consequences of
imprudence
b.
act ot
never cease lo ?*e felt.
at
ands
TO AVOID THESE MISFORTUNES,
Be wise In time and obtain
ffellafel© Ittsttranc©,
-IN THE
DELAWARE
STATE F. Si M. INSURANCE CO
OF THE CITY OF WILMINGTON.
WM. BRIGHT. President.
J, R TANTUM, M. D., Vice-Pre».
Jam EH H. MY r.KH, Hecretary.
C P. JOHN H ON .Treasurer.
and
hich
a
it is
and
ef
being
Dra
i-u
w.«m
ANTKD. Fine shirts omake itM
r(Iimi,|.i a half dor.en. lu a su
perior manner U>r 7fl Cent« «pie«*«. A g«*» I
fU tfuaianltad. t ali at 32ft K ant t Ishth
Hlreei.
*L«*2#-lf
W
K
WM, MILLER.
Hy
Court,
on
IKK,
Hall,
AOTMCJK.u
N
Ul lCK
Filbt National Hank.
I el.. Ja I . 16, IM,*9.
held on the Min ln»t . the
elected
Wiimliigti
At an eleelh
following named sentie
Dl rector«, to set?« the ensuing ytar ;
EDWARD B»* i TH.
CLEMENTH *MYTH,
ti eu. vs. r u n,
DANIEL JAM EH
H . N. Mt'COM H,
ELI GARRETT,
W II.LI A M TATNALL,
IHR A EL I'lSh Y
NA Mi K L BANCROFT, Jr.
A t a meet ing of the Hoard held this «
F.dwaid Hettp, E»q., w
elected Pr*»blent
GEORGE D. ARMS') RONO.
Cashier.
A.
lng
I'lty
to
► Id
to
Filth
*r.
street
of
w
ning.
cel
of
the
loet
<
atreet
two
cel
erl|
ù:r y
nanlui
16 St
J
OU REGISTER NOTICE.-All per
g or having dog« abouttlicir
regu
the 1st and 20ih of
he latter «late the ordl
iforced against
WM. J. MAXWELL.
thief oi Police.
1 )
►on*
I Me*
d to have
rly r« glittered bet we
After
u.ce will be Miricily
glMeied «logs.
2-1 m
.1
ar>

J Ol IfK I* liereliy «Iven iliHt the annu
tiiiR of Hi«* HKM'khohic
"The WllnilrigioTi Nh\ Inal Ion l ompiuiy,"
will be held hi No. 3u 3 Mwrkei Hi eel, Wil
'J huiM.lay, the 61 h
the Lou i *
for the purpose of
Ihre«
a
Ml
of
ton. Delaw
day of February. 1879, bet wee
of z sod 4 o'clock. p.
«-ledlug three Dir«'
.
to
made
«aid
la
JOHN A . OKI FFJN,
Pr« »Ident.
ye
JMU'J-Wt
N 'vin
Mirual I
office 6n2 Mai k«*t slieet.
ary a.ih, IK.y. from 10 a. i
which time there will be
•rve for th
Tlie Dlreciorn will meet at 2o'ciock,p.
m., to oi|(anixe.
K.—The a
hers «»f the N
» urance ('
I in eel 11 • « of I be
»»tie C
, will tHiheld at ttieir
Mo day , J
. to 2 p
« led!«
nty
at
(bi
live Dll eel«
WILLIAM TATNALL.
PieNldenl.
W
of
janH-120
T OTIUE—TO WATER RENTER«.
I OKKICK W ATKR DEPAKTMKNT, >
Wilmington, ukl., Dec loth, 1878. (
T he fui I* lor D79 h re now ready an<
le at the reglMirar'M office, No. pvK)
'I he law
i\
ilar*
•luire» that all mil*
January aut, 187», the
face of the bill ; those paid diultiK the
month of February. five per cent adul
IIoiihI. those paid during the month of
March, ten per cent, additional, and uny
amount remaining unpaid alter April 1st,
1»79, the registrar 1 m r« «julr* d to have the
ferruleM withdrawn and »ull Instituted for
the recovery of the amount due. and Hie
water w ill not be lei Into such preml
until such arrears, with assessment* and
$2 for drawing ferrules are paid. Office
hours, u a m to 4piu.
4
1
ket slreei.
paid «.
lelo
2

E
low
hay
less,
er
wl
W. J. MORROW,
decll-erul Jan.feb,e<Ml
R«*gl»s >ar.
THE BLANCHARD
Blood & Neive FOOD
Isa Pi
... Concentrated LIQUID FOOD,
prepared directly from the
I;
WH»- A I
KEKN EI ^
wilbnui Fermentai ion, and retaining all
of Its
I
BLOOD NERVE AND BRAIN
a natural slate ol
Loriug elei
s I
vital!
Nervons Debililv
derlles all fo
ease, is Np**edily
this F«ssl.
'•For the
lilch
sof Cbro
cicome fiy- the
ilc Ii
ot
¥
a*t I have
iLAN CHARI
AND N I* RVE HOOD to
ail age*, Itoni eigbte«
iy
.Nf
HLUUn
y patients of
elgfity
► ull has
«si by you. il is
d reliable
bel
oi.ths to
three ye
*. In every c
• th
ftOn
f»«*« n exselly that cl
by far lb
'ionic 1 Ini
Edwakh hutton Smith. M D.
•K Plate, New York.
ht vail. aille
Fo
Tfi
FOOD
LAST
Fi
DRUGS
A Nubstltitle For
FI
Food Is
central Ion
a curati
agent I»y r*
I
dailillclal dig«
Is s.» simple in It* appllcafion
vice of Physicians is
Thousands of
stum, and I
that The ad
1
required.
îrle* i
• reported, where the best
chronic
;
cal skill has tailed.
Many of the best Physicians throughout
tin* country are DI.-SUARDINU DIOJUH
ami using the BLANCHARD BLOOD
AND NERVE FOOI
Hying results, peri
with the most gr»t
mtly relieving all
terms of Physical and Menial Debility
The Dyspeptic and Consumptive Patient,
Müllerei* from Malarial or Blool PoIhoh
I;
P.
ing, togclher
plal
lief.
lib the entire ll*t of c«»in
pecullar U»ihe Female Hex find
ol Lhl* F«s*l
and speedy re
Nsw York, November 26, UJI7.
Dr. V. W. Blanch Ah n ; During the
past year I have prescribed your various
preparations of F«»od Cure, and feel happy
io say they have met my most Hanguine
expectation*, giving to pattem» long en
feebled by blood poison, chronic disease,
or over drug «loslag the needed nutrition
and nerue force.
Prok. CLEMENCE 8. LOZIER, M. D-,
Dean of Horn Med. College and Hospital
for Women, New York City
B
ce
Hundre«!« of ca*e* of BRiGHT'8 DIH
E A HE of the Kidneys have been reported
cured. For Neuralgic and Rheumatic
• ls«*aMe* It i* al most a specific Physical
and Menial Debility from the useof Alco
hol, Opium and Tobacco or from any
namable cause, find in Ibis Fwxl a natu
ral and pot remedy.
For thk INTELLECTUAL Worker
T
I'he It i. A.\ i'll Alto
Blood and Nerve Food
affords a certain and natural means
ïÂÂ'Âl 'XSill.S;
! As a remedy lor Uie loss of Appetite and
° v, l K ° r . physical and mental, I»
c,l < ren * t ^ lM * fo<x ** iai ' IJOr ^ VH L
f 1.00 wer Bollle. ordfor RA on
' r
lost
aid
01
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Or *enl hy Expre**
rucoipt of prl«je.
Andover Theological Nkminary,
,r » ., A R dovi ' r > Ma**., Marchai 1878.
i our Life Food i* an excellent thing 1
have no hesitation, after a thorough trial
ot It, In recommending It In cases ol
chronic dyspepsia and nervous prostra
tion. r
Rkv. Dr. AUH1IN PHELPS.
THE BLANCHARD FOOD CUKE
H Y HT r. il now receiving sucnooimlaran
preclaiion I« clearlj set rorlli 1
ptilet wtncti will lie Kent
receipt of as cent«. Address'
a 64 page
any ad
Blanchard Food Cure Co.
ot
*7 Cnluu *€|ui>rc, Wcw York.
yü-dlyeod A w
CO
H. KENT A CO.
D.
importers and Manufacturers' Agent* f«#r
iron, iron,
HTEKl
STEEL,
HARDWARE,
hardware,
AND coach MATERIAL
e Ibe Largest Stoek «if Goods'In the
sx 1 "usa — « •>-*
NO. Ü06 AND m 8HIPLEY AND tM
ND 21V OKANOF, 8TKEET8,
WlI.HII.OTOM ItUL.
II
FIJBL1C S.4LES.
O
XECUIOR'H HA LK
HEAL EHTATE!
of the Orphan»*
Hy virtue of
Court, of the •''late of
le County, msd* at New ('»Ml#,
the H« cond day oi »«pleinber, A. P
will be exp«***! «I puhl le vei due, at
Delaware in u«e, «mpoMito llie City
Hall, lu the i lly ol Wilmington, on
HAIl'KDAY, i he 1 Ht da« of FEBRUARY
«Mer
Del
and lor
aware. I
a
D., 1871» at 3 o'clock. p. in., the follow
describe«! Heal K»tate. t-ltusle in tl •
of VN ilinlngb II aim« Maid. hell g the
property «>f Can arlne M r.Momiulu, tie
c«a*K«d, boumle«l and described an follow»,
wll :
No. 1. All that ceitain lot, piece, or par
iih a Buck Dwelling Home
the nom •
t, talweeii Hpi
Church Mr«ei* at the dl-lance of
himdied and fifty fee. from the westerly
of Church Mrcet, then« « northerly
parallel lo Chinch «ircel elgh y-two feet
a corner, thence «a-lerly parallel to
Filth mi r«*«i etgtjteen ted to another c
*r. ilience »outherlv parallel t«» t tiurch
street iduhty-two n-ei to the aforesaid side
Fifth Mlreei, and i tien ce along tLe «Mine
eaterly eigtiP en feel to the placeur begin
ning.
No. 2. All that certain lot, j li ce or par
of land ta'ginnn g at a taunt on the
northerly aide of t l/th afreet between
Hnruee and Church a'ret'iH. b iMgac rner
lot late of Timm mm A*-ki w. «Icccaaed, at
dlaiAiice of one hundred and thirty two
more or Usa from the westerly aide of
hurch Mlreei, thence northerly parallel to
Church Htr«*«t elghty-t
atahe, thence eaatcrly parallel to Fifth
atreet eighteen reel P» a corner, thence
aoutherly paiallel to « hutch atreet eighty
feet to the aforeNald aide ol Fifth
her««wilh eighteen feel
of land
thereon, beginning at a point
aid® of Fifth
7
fe* i to a corner
street, and the
the pi
Attendance
made known At the tl
by
of beKlnntnif.
will be given end term«
ai d pi
BERNARD DON A HUK,
Executor.
Or by John Wale* Hi*hkll,
HIm a llorney.
At'CHf : J.M. Hot'SMAN.t lerk orphans'
11.18,28,31 fehl
afoie
J
Court.
PUBLIC P»ALE :
W ill be Mold at public sale,
Robert Jluaband'M,
Tboinpkon'M HmiK«*. Christiana lid., 6
lies from WllmiOKton.
TU EBDA Y, FEBRUARY 4Ui, 1«9.
At 12 o'clock, m.
the Farm
decea*e«i, near
4 bead of good work or driving horses, 16
Ich cows, some with calves bv
2 year old
Farming Imp!« men!».—2
, I York wagon, neatly
market dearborn, horse cart, 2 sleighs.
, hsrrows, cultivator, fork, rakes,
, »c . I
their
bull,
shies, others sprlu . Ing
»boats, die.
farm wag«

liarvester. in«iwer and reap
bined. 1 go*1 horse rake. I V
fcie fan, grain bag», wagon, plow and
heavy pin chains,
low chains, al*e dairy fixtures, such
pan», bucsetH, churns, cream cans milk
cans. Ac. Haares wntai ia Ute ground,
hay by the
CONDITION«.-All s
less, cash, <»ver that amount, a credit of 6
month» will he given, by the purchaser
giving a bankable note with uppreved en
dorser. THOEDOREEnTLIN
Lt. W* fltldliain A «on, Auctioneers
tame-wii»
carriage harness, 2
s of flSO and
rUU HALtK .
L^OR REN r —Heveral 3«l story
I; the Gazelle bulkhng.
in
I .^OK Rent
I n oazetie t
Apply ai Uns office.
d story front
— ««•
ora
tiding, 4i6 Market street.
Liob i* A LE.
Properly,
rk (
A t»to
land. g«Ktil I
Il h 1.3 acre* of
lilt gho
ÖüO.
id other
out- bu i Id I
Price
A bargain.
Apply to EVaNn PENNINGTON,
oeil» Elkhili and Mark«! Ms.
UK Ha LE — Foul*
»rlck I
¥
•o-story
tlx
\\ ItlllUl Nt
bel
«1 121 b site
nil Ion ui ply io J. August
K A Co's, Roll h.g
lib
». I* or
* for
McCau I ley.
mill.
Heidel, H
ftOn Del.
dec24-lin»
For &itlo.
Fo
r building n
ts. r.. corner Front
Jackson *(
i*.
Tfi
lots m Jack*«
betweei
r-IXtb
ml
i
h.
Fi
Fifth Let
itr«s-iH.
een Van Bi
d
1 1
1*0
Five lot* o
Hip
Av
• bet ween H
r«*el*.
d r.«»rtb of tin* abave.
truer Harrison and
FI
l«»ts adjoining
tve lots at H. W. c
Lovering Avenue.
» lots
llarrlson
Five lots
Delaw
«i Avenue betweei
id Hr «mo
Pennsyl
rteeutb street.
A
id
F
THOM AH R. LALLY,
Real Estate Agent,
602 Market
dec28-tf
* el .
nURHALK.-A hlgh'y improved Tar
I; or l(W acres,In Wblt«»Clay Creek h
tired, a 11 enclosed In Osage Hcdg«*. Di
vided into five fields,
chard in full bearing. Public
Joining the farm. Buildings- Larg«-Man
sion,Double Tenant House, Barn, G
• 1 all other building* nec*'*sary
first class farm, x miles fr«»in station
P. W. A B R. R.
«
jurne
I Hi 1
■ ary
Centrally located. 9
lie* from Wilmington. Apply to
J NU. W. WHITEMAN.
Real Estate ag'l, 2 W. Fourth street
21-w & sd
Wilmington, Del.
B I-.NTN Collected au«l Proper
tie« Carefully Manag<*<l.
( ourejauring Aerurately Pa
ce ii led. IIK A 1,1» A CO.,
Clayton ftftoii«e Bullalnir.
Jin4-»A» • rn •
A 1 '
, PKRHONH Who wl
sell Farms, may sa
uen*«r by entering tbeir names at
WHITEMAN'N Farm agency,
No, 2 West FourthHt.
isn U) Rent, buy
trouble and
se| .s. f.iaw-Awtf
U°R HALE.-—Six head of Cattle, four cf
T which are young, and will weigh 7,000
pound», the others iwo fat cows. Addiesa
L. C. JUSTIN.
Kenn« dy ville, Md.
Janl- 4U1. lfw*
OR RENT. — House, Blacksmith and
Wheel
Apply
JanHut
F
Igbt Hhops, in the wth Ward.
T. L. MOU8LEY.
to
awtf
P RKHTON ATAKn.
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER,
And dealer m
r , alxbioas ahdHwim
ri
I w ATCHES,
B CLÜCKH.JEWELKI
SPECTACLES,
EYE-GLAHHE8,
SILVER WAKE, AC
NO. 803 MARKET STREET
Wilmington, Del.
Particular attention paid to repairing in
ail Its branches ; also, changing *i»eotaole
glasKes. Has a good assortment or glasses
constantly on hand.
The public Is cordially Invited to call and
•*8inlne my stock and earn my prl<?ee
tl
For At Upward«
»KÜAXh
For *48 mid Uliwtirdi.
Foa Cash ob ihstalmuts
ROBEI.KN A BHO.,
710 MARKKT ST.
SHERIFF'S SUEZ
ClHe-ttlr F'l» HACK.
By virtue or » «
directed, will lie ej|s„,.|
the auction .Une of
L. W. ST1DIIAM a
No. Ill Kmmi Foui th k'n«i. ,
Wilmington, New (.HMI® <
. un
TUESDAY, the 2Kih Day ot j ftN(
A. D.. 1*1», at lOoYke . „
lug dekorll «*! Personal I*h
'* liob I all xi I
Ht of Kl. f
>N,
m 'y, q
A
• hie fou
'I* n> *
1-tM.
Loi of M
•Upper», lot of Won «
u B«»«- '» boot* and gho
' gälte
'h ► )
- mi „f Vi-,
and Ml
«love, desk and Ice
. 2
nun*
ioltr A
Helsrd and tatren into «
erly of Alleu ( Ti.ackci\
JOHN I*Yt.K
, df
prpy
sold by
h her iff '» Office, N
A. I*.. IM »
•lio
.. ;■/;««
J*niij
HERIFF'H MALE.
Hy virtue of a writ of Vendiiior.,
P«»naa, to me directed, wu| i M . . lu *'
nubile sale, at the Fami «-t
Tliomii, lu Ap^.oqulniihii,k i,,
S
m ar Ihlcsaa, I
ware,
THURSDAY, the SOtli day «.f J A
AD. l«7&.ai i| o'clock, a
i MKtlU
"ty.i
In« described Personal Pmperiy
h horses. Ö c«.wm. j t ull. 1 heit.V 'L
hogs, 1 York cariiMg«-. i \,u äU l
carriage harne**. \ slslgh, i i
saddle, I set double harne** i i„
on, 1 i an, I drill. 1 reaper, 1 ' *m , lf „
harness, 12 sets plow gears, lot ..f fl
bridle» ac., 1 mill wagon « U | U J.
plows, harnses ai d other farrnn.u ^
ment*. Let of wheat, e
Helsed and «aketi Into ei«*«ut!on"u
property ol Edward 11. Tin mu* «, , ,
»«»Id by JOHN PYLK,'*hei
HtierlfT's Office, Ntw Caslle u r
AD, 1879.
rid*.
(1
JiLL'4
MDUVA'llUAAL.
W EHLE Y A N FEMALE (OLlfc
Wilmington, Delawau
A t the opening of the Fall lerm
day, Hepl. I». 1878 there will he hüi'
President, N EW furniture. N KW r*-«
IhrmiKliout the building. NEW
the modern conveniences NEW l,y «
»• fori of u,e i*
duced to add Ui the
ladleM b«>tb I
rrMims, ami all (Ms at the OU» V
For catalosueN a«tdre*H Ike prealdeLt
REV. J. M. WILLIAMS,a
tl
public anl
D
I
Jyi-tf
New ITear 18 Ü
Commence It right by going to
O RIPPEN
Jj
For your
TEAS and COKFLid
We have the best
60 CEN T TEA,
AdU
25 cent Breakfast Ci
Hold In this city. Try them.
COFFEES FROM 14 CTd. lb. UP
TEAS FROM 2ß CTH. Ih. I P
A l*o a full line of hlgu gr»«le Te«»»
Coffm-M. and the best old DuU li Jav*x
I>orled 3 lb«, for 91.00
OUR HTOCK OK FANC Y OOOM,
Vases and Japanese War
We are offering low to close hmJ
GO«*ls.
lor N
Sugar* Sold u, r««i.
Pare Pepper & Spices a M
N. B — We i
o n i Cuff*
ulassware, T«
» give to p
•n gant p
Ti
ami I*
icy (Jo*-I
Crippen's Tea IS i/m
Wo. 3 West Third St
—AND— I
Me, 5 East Second St
C7"Unly 3 doors from .Mini
street. Look for lloil Hroim ui
Name, Crijipen. )
f|lH K A RTIZ A N » SA VI NUI H \ > I
802 MARKET HT RE FT,
IffCOKPOKATRlJ J ANITA HY 24*1. UU
Ut*en to receive deposit*dally fnim/i
M. until 4 I*. M., amt on Tu«jsday und 8
urdav evening* from 7 to H o'elock.
HE Ml -ANNUAL DIVTDKM),
regularly made In April
Wbftu dividend*
miuiiUmI a* deposits. Thus penum
JepoNltM compound tbeir In teres l iw:«
each year.
•I October.
not witbilrH«
MANAGERN.
I H j m y lb, ) Georgs W.
own i. j George H, (.ape*
Nathan'l R. Bon son, | M. L. Llcljeunkit
Henry F. Dure, i Edward Darllsf-*
W. Hasting*, Job 11. Jacksoi*.
Edward Pusey, | Win. H. fcJwlfl.
Clem
Chas. W.
Anthony Hlggln*.
G EU. W. BUSH, Prwl<i»l
GEO. H. CAPELLE, Vice Presi'lrut
feb2l v
F. T. TAYLOR. Tr
IKHT NATIONAL* BAN It
OF WIl*MINOTOt
Kbpohitout or tu» Pdblu Mort
F
FINANCIAL AOENTH OF THK r >
TED HTATEH.
EDWARD BKTT8, Dkksidbkt.
OEO. D. AKMHTKONO, C*»l
Paid up A'apltal.
ISO«)
Philadelphia and New York Exchaitftf
nished to regular Depositor* wlthouica»
id Tliur
Discount days, Monday*
at 10 A. M.
DIKKCTOKH.
lioorge W. B"*
Eil U
Ham 'i Huncron
William Tam.
Bel t*
Ulemein ß. Smyth,
Israel Pusey,
Henry H. McConsh,
Daniel James,
>it,
Ed war
WM. B. SHARP
4th AND MARKET STS
NEW DRESS GOOD!
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Col'd & Black Sill
Direct from tbe Importer.
C10THS & CASSIME]
*i ne largest stock we have ever oiler*
Alsu a full lin» of
Carpets and Oil Cloths
F rom 35ci * to 92.UU per yard,
WM. B. SHARP
4tb AND MARKET STS.
lion*« l*aliit«r,
GRAINER & G LAZ1EI
is Ü
Is prepared to do all work i* 11,18
with
l*roinp(n«H« an« I 1 >Inj> »** ►'
Order, respectfully solicited.
Office, No. 219 Rhiolex Street
•ep'JO-lf

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