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5 —"p^mneu ^
^î^taunday eacepiot at tit Mara.
4tr«*t,ana •eryeiî^ by i^nrrouii'li*ig
^"viIL'm, toLli'eenw « ww*. t
SEr®*-..
, , <rr»TTi Mtaninui«] , all
VIM* tstheîaraest and moat nourt.Iilnn j ^
»»eltiy p»P*r In the «täte, and hM a larger .
iSuKtforeiananyoUierontherentnauh.
eubllslied every Thursday afternoon, at as i
jeryear. In advance. — to
3. r JoHNSOW. I
fehkuahy
Ttie Daily Gazette Is sent to all parts
the country, postage paid, for THREE
il contants
of
dollar» a year, in advance,
all Itie local new»
news of the day. It gives in brief Just the
the businessman need,
and most Im fortan t
news the farmer
half the cost of the two cent papers;
much as a man ought to read of
Subscribe for It at
at
and _
evening or morning.
( nee liy remlltlUK a money order fora
year oral* months.
Tiik Republican contiHues to harp
upon the StateTrea*urer's banquet. B<»th
the editor aud correspondent repeated in
various ways their former taise anti in
sulting language in reference to the mem
bers of the Legislature and State officials
whom they alleged were present,
the numerous denials that have been
published, this is adding insult to injury.
After
Senator Mori» an, of Alabama, spoke
very openly and creditably in the Senate
on Saturday in reply to seven-to-eight
the latter's bill on the 14th
Edmund*
and 15th amendments. The time has
arrived when Southern Senator* should
feel themselves relieved of the restraints
heretofore resting upon them in conse
quence of the threats and abusive lan
which has been so freely used to
^uage
intimidate and overawe them in both
Houses of Congress. The people have
seen that this language and the aceom
threals have been used in all
simply to hold the Southern people
panying
cases
down while the Northern men wer«;
tsxingthem and robbing the government
They kept up the army anil
treasury.
navy to assist in robbing the people ; they
lisfranchiseil the white people of the
South that they, the members of Congress
And their friends ami relatives, might rob
he government and their agents do the
same in the Southern States.
Low er Taxes.—A meeting has been
•ailed for tins evening of citizens win*
ire opposed to the further increase of
•axes, tobe held in the seconds'my room
it Third and Market streets, over the
elegraph office. This is a wise movt
ent. We hope the meeting w ill be
large, and that there will Ik* a full, free
d op«*n expression of opinion.
*ve shall see what attention is given 0»
his matter. If property holders do not
•espond they will have to take the conse
inences. The city cannot prosper as it
diould unless there is more economy
ds administration than there has been in
Other cities are
he lust ten years,
awakening to the damaging cr
d high taxes upon the value of property
se«iuence»
md are resolving to secun; lower taxes.
Let Wilmington not he behind in this
If the meeting to-night is a
u at ter.
success, we shall hope to see it rcqieated
mtil a sound and healthy enthusiasm is
•rested in favor of economy and lower
taxation.
It now appears that a lari;«; body of
•lie Uepubliean par; y are anxious to have
lie tyrannical enforcement laws, passed
»rêvions to the campaign of Is"- to ena
ble th«* Grant administration to secure
uis election by the use of U. S. Marshals,
U. S. .Supervisors at elections, ami tiie
iriny,repealed. They begin to fear that if
lies* laws are allowed to remain they
may he made to serve the Democrats who
will have both Houses of the next C<
gress, and are likely to carry the next
President also. They see that if Return
Boards can be used to elect a Republic
they may als«» be used to elect a Demo
crat to the Chief Magistracy. Notwith
standing all this we hope Diese iniquitous
laws will be repealed. The action of L'.
•S. Marshals here in 1 m7i 2 and in 187B,
were had enough, but Die conduct of
Davenport in New York, and other L T . S.
Marshals in Baltimore, Philadelphia and
in the South lias been outrageous.
Conk lino's Tyranny Ended.—O ur
readers know very well that the G azi; i
has not shown much love for Hayes or
John Sherman. They are quite as bad
as Conk ling; but it was simply impossi
ble for
to witness the manner in which
tliat Senator has been su fibred to bring
to bis aitl to re-elect himself the whole
power of the Custom House in New
York, ami to sustain also the hundreds
of acts of villainy and robbery that had
been shown to have been iK*rp«-tr*t«*d
under the very men wh«>m Conklitig
deavored to k«;up in office. This thing
has existed too long already, and w«
cannot withhold an expression of plea
sure at Unding the votes of the Delaware
ainst the wily New York
Senator's proposition to continue his
pimps in office in the Custom House of
New York. Mr. Bayard's speech is said
to have b«!on very decisive in ion«-, and
o have exjioscd the glaring frauds that
ha«l so hnig been practiced in the Now
Vork Custom House by which the mer
chants and importers ha«l be«;n swindled.
It will be remembered that he
en
Sena'ors
was a
member of tbe Congressional Committee
'hat was sent to New York to examine
into tbe alleged Custom House frauds in
that city ; ami tliat his exposure of lli«se
inlquiti»» gained him much of the Im-1
popularity be haa since had with
the merchants of tljat city. It is wed'
known that the o«cla,s in that Cujt.ua
Houae, and we expect it is so m »then.,
bav# winked at the yjroasest frauds—that ;
t |,e wealthy who have visited Europe ;
»-i—U» .
all »'«it costly a'tire and thus save about
^ much as their traveling expenses. In '
. | often say it is cheaper to go to
tatl tney uni t say , ~ ,
i urop e and spend tie summer Ilian It is
to go to our own fashionable watering
places. While the jloor are taxed exces- |
sively by the high- atill'. these wealthy
people thus escape ntueh of thistaxation.
StrsK vison D avk.npoict's intnse«
that in arresting tlw holders of the (W
iioturalization papefs he made no dis
Unction between Republicans and Demo,
.... , , • I. ,1... tutu
craU, is oneol the blest joke« of the sea
son.— X. Y. lierai <J. •
W ASH I|K€iXOK.
incise
Confirmation of Meiutrs. Merritt awl
Hurt —:£l to 24.
Washington, Feb. 3.—The considera
tion of the nomination* of Edwin A.
Merritt to be Collector of Customs
Silas W. Hurt to be Naval Officer for the
Port of New York was resumed by the
Senat«- in executive session to-day at one
:
p. m.
S nator
the doors
Bayard, ;t» noon
were closed, Huhinitt«*«! a motion that
they he reopetied a|nd that all proceod
lucted ib public.
iugs be c
Senator E*lmumlH
ijoctcd to the pres
ent consideration elf this motion, and it
therefore weut over under the rule-.
HFKK» 11 OK SENATOR RATAKI».
Mr. Bayard theji look the floor, and
made a speech of coL'shlerable I«nglh
and much earm stness in favor of con
firming the nominations,
in detail to the testimony taken hy the
investigating comiuitte«*, of which ho
•uiber, »oink years ago f showing,
allegt'd, grots maladministration
York Custom House under
Collector Murphy, jmd in* claimed it was
mere politi
cal machine and a éource of corruption.
He heartily favored the President's de
claration of au intefition to reform its ad
ministration bv placing it ou business
irincples, and to ttiis end would vote
itnoval of Messrs. Arthur and
Cornell and tl econflrmation oft impend
ing nominations as jv step in the direction
ol much needed refuim.
He referred
was a
!
of the N«
then, and had been since,
or the
IN OfllOSITION.
rji* thu next speak«*r.
ppostjd \he r* roovalof G
lie pending «piestion he
Mr. Edmunds
He strongly o
oral Arthur (t
General Merntii'» noun nation only),
suilicieut cause had
.
and iusisted that
been shown to justify it.
Mr. Conklitig, in conclusion,intiinat«Ml
that he would go ii
length were the session an ope
and if the h«*
dl ▼
pa»l
1)
the matter at more
and
late, hut
• not
In- would c
«1er rh«* eir*
tent
the »Senate's Ue
taiu.-e
himself with asking f
cision.
b* was then ak«
umuittal, and it
th« matter
•as lost by 7
A
f.
Bjonty.
rilK VOTE ON TUB NOMINATION-.
o
that
The rob being m xt called
ti«iii of coutiruiii g lb«;
til»- (|U« H
ti'UiH the
S?|,
•suited ye;
vot*
. Bail*
ar«l, lleek,
Burnside, Cameron of Wisconsin. Coke,
( '«mover,I ».«vis « »f West Virginia, 1 »
Dennis. Ferry, Gqrdou, Grover,
, .111 bust « ill
Y HAS- M.-ss
H>
ereford, Hill, H«»i
ooti, McCr.ery. M. Mills
ill, Oglesby, It;
, Kirk
N
,,,..« Withers
f AlHnon! Aniliony.
HlaiHf, IXiiotb, Hr lev, Clutl'.-.', * ... Hi .-il. o
kling, l»avi8 of Illinois, L.iton, Gar- ^
laii'l, Hamlm, How«*, .lon«*a < f Nevaila, **"*
Kellogg, McDonald, Mitchell, Paddock, * l
, Kolli ns, Sarg«-iit, Sj»enc«*r, ,
1'vUur ami Vuurlii*.*»—L'4. '
Th«*
time.
, Matthews,
lelph,
, Shield»,
M org;
, M
, Saulshu|*.v, S.
le
Whyte, W
li
\
Pat
I)
filoin Senl'or«!
Skafokd, Fob. ti.— A large fleet of oys
ter boat.-, which lias been ice-bound at
arious points in Ihe Nanticok«* for some
* now lying ii
docks diseliurgiilg Un ir cargo of
valv.-s, ami it i*f estimated that
found tliei
■„etier
our
bi
welve th«>u»au«l bush«*lM h;
way into the packing houses since Matur
lay. Air hough the temporary suspeti
operao-il agonist the intcr*-stM of the
packers, they retained most of their old
customers, ami a.l telegraphic orders ar<*
coming in rap'illv, it will reijuire hut a
short une t«» exhaust the supply now
hand. Tliey an- appr«*heusive of aiioth
er freez«*, as tln.| sudileD change iu the
t«-mpeiature indicates m<ir«)Cold weather.
A strong nort.hw«*st wind is prevailing
al abohive attempt» to snow
have he«-n made. Thu winter has so far
been an unusually seven- one, causing a
general stagnation in but*mess in this
particular locality.
Th«- festival for the l»en«*tit of th«* Ma
sonic Lodge, winch closed on Friday
night, was highly successful, petmniarily
,ill assist them niatenally iu the
furnishing of tlut-ir new room.
As some ol the topographical engi
neers have expressed Die opinion that
the route from S**«rretary cr«-«*k, in Dor
ehester county, Nftl., via the Nautlcoke
•r to Lhwfs, D«-h, was the most feasi
hie as well as the most economical for
the prop >s«*.i ship canal, that Major Hut
Ion woul«l be prepared to submit his r«-
port of the surv«-ys to tin* present C«n - H,
f , r I. Hnil • artl li T l l J r l
i. 1 Vi 1 ! 1 , . 11 ,a ' ,lo y i 1 V v * r »
will not he done and the matter will have
languish until next winter. In the I
• rim our peoble ran make it a refresh- j
ing subject fvr argument iil|i«-u of tin:
stereotyped talk about, the peach crop
D is genet al I v regretted that M r. I »ein'*
n ,olun:„;, naiodu, ^ i.jtu .1.« House.of
U« present.itivesf on \\ eduesilay last, in- j
quirmg into tl«j* amount ot fe« s ami al- j
as j
N
ket
the
$2
;
lowances r«-«;eived hy «-ounty otli
s«i summarily «jisposed of. A u
grave importance
tax-payers of the whole State ;
l.v inUTcsted— sjlioiiM uot he thus hastily
passed by. <Ji e of th«» cardinal virtues
of Democracy is reform, ami as it is
open secret that illegal f«-es s
various ca»*es hy
sers,
att.-r of
; in which the
•lirect
of
cli»rg«-«l
si-rupulouH office
hol lers, it would In- a reproach upon the
party to permit th« ir watch won) of re
to becoin«- a cloak for rascality
auks. The investigation
shoiml !»•* geiieial, ami tin* people—that
is tii«* Democracy «if Bushcx— hop» Mr.
Dean will fortit.v his hill with all the
• ssary con.stiiutional requirement-*,
ami pernigt in its ft a »sage. If t|m De
*ra«y of Delaware intends to «;radl
viI of corruption, and maintain
th«; conthhuicH of th«; people, let it prac
tice what it pr«|aches.
fo
witlnn its
Mt«- The
Merchants, Traveller», Visitors to New
York, don't fuit t < » remember , that i
t«> accommodai«; ami save your money, to
ak«; tear on y >rtoe* and to fill the Largest
Hotel in New Y«»rk, the Mumtnoih G ram I
Central
order
Rroculwuy will hereafter b«
kept on both the American and European
plans. The American plan including
meals and lo«lking S2 50 or «3 00, and th.
European plaji *1 00, and upwards
day. An elegant Restaurant, at moderate
price», it conducted by the Hotel.
a
pel
». Rrw l o,,U '
j|, m _ jj p Jona», just elected United
S alcs Sonator fWm l.iu si» 1 a 'o succe ed
Mr. Kuatl«, Is a leading lawyer in Ne*
:
^ Jo , m ra| „. us „f t |„. Assembly Mr
j onas said: "l have been 1 nked with
the fortunes of the Stale since my boy-,
, , mve en j BaV ored to advocate the iyfr
u ,isof Louisiana under the auspic s of
11 he Democratic party. I I» lieve that j
,|,»t is the party which will eventually
r( . s|ore p| . * r j ty to t |, 0 .„.„pie, and ,t
m . iy c ,„, f i, lt .VL t !y «.« anticipated that, with
the two houses of Congress Democratic,
the era of prosperity will dawn aller the
)L r i mi^THBMAV. 1 d l ''n.l l iv'hued I«''"'
c | m rg<* me with treating him with injus
tic»*. While opposing drain* ii|k)Ii the
national treasuiy for the bei - lit of pri
vat»» connu at ion-, I shall advocate those
en|jg|jte , Il ^ l 1IM;ilgureg of international
improvement—the constimthui of levees
and the Southern Pacific railroad." In
conclusion Mr. Jonas alluded tothe elec
tion of Mr. S|K»llbrd two years ago, and
pledged himself that !»«• would not rest
until he had been seated in the position
to which he had been elected.
New York. Nov.26. IH77.
Dr. V. W. Blanchard ; During the
rlbed your various
, and feel bap
past year I have pie
preparations of F*ssl t
py to say they have met my most
vu tue ex t éclations, gl vuig Io patients long
enfeebled by l>l< mmI poison,chronicdtMft»e,
• >r over dru dosing, the meded nutilt
and nerve force.
Prof. CLEMENCE H. I.07IRK, M D.,
Dean of Hutu, vl v* I. College and Hospital
Women, New York.
A M l 'S KM ES TS.
QRA.N D OPBKA H0U4Ü .
MONDAY EVENING, Fr rbuaiy lOlh.
One night of th<* most Rurrcssful Engilah
Opera
v produced In America,
H. M. S. PINAFORE,
OH THE
Lass that Loved a bailor
Produce* with all the aocen*orle», Full
CboriiR. New Costumes, Entirely
New Nceuery, etc.,under the di
rection of .Manager Font
otl'hia.. Witshlngtou
and Baltimore.
The sale of neat« will
Thursday morning
mmenc*
m o'clock, at F.
TtioiiiHs Co'» book »tore, 421 Market M
febl.si
NOTICES.
1 v ID y.ND-OFFICE OF TIIE Wlt.
JHNO'foN CO A L (JAM COMPANY.
Wilmington, K»bruary l, 1 st:*.
The Direct«.rn of the Wilmington « oui
company have this dav declare« 1 a
dl ▼ Idond i t lh re«* dollars per »hare for the
pa»l six months, parabl» on demand.
W. I*. TA YLUIt. Trea»ui»r.
1)
r*bi ioi«s>i
K(.HKmTraL Ml' m|(*.
o
A. W. AAKINKsKN. announce««
that be bas formed
be eiigage«l
and p
Addr. s
Prof
orchestra, which
wish iniDlc for lialls,
fery reastniabie
soiree»
w A H H I N (J TO N HOCH K.
feb'-Sin >seod
OITCK. -Th.* Mutual 1
Hon
N
A »Rot-la*
stock f«*r sal«» —
be made any
GEOKGF. ( M A HIM,
•-«;«» re»arv a -d Treasurer.
Om«,«" 1 »hlp„y Ht., M.lory.
o ihsi k, i'i i,,nn fokthk inhii,
^ States nair p.-r com. umn rec«*ived at
**"* First National Bank of Wilmington
* l par and accrued Interest.
, ,
Oilers ll
Th«* llrsi |«a> ment
time. Apply
GEO. D. AHMhTKbNd,
Cashier.
d)(J UEGIMTKK NOTICE_All per
r »«»u» owing or having log» about Iheir
•rul8«*HMie r*«iuir«N| to have Ilcbi regu
larly register«*«! between the 1st and joth of
January. After the lalt«T <lal«-ihe or«ll
uance will be strictly enforced agaln»l un
registered dogs.
Jan 2- lia
I)
WM. J. MAXWELL.
C'hl« f of Police.
XT Bkoïhtbr b okfice,
New Castle Co.. January tii. 1879.
Upon the application of Caroline F Me
Cauiley, Administratrix, of William n
McCaulley, late«»f Wilmington Hd. ln»aui
<»>«mty. <b-e'«l it I» ordered and directed by
B' «l»t«r that the Administratrix afore
- H, ^'^.k've imtlce ol tiie gmntlngof Lrlters
l •''« K„Uu„. ol
» thedec'd, with the dan- or granting thereof
by causing advertisements u> be
I within forty days fr«>in the date of such
j Letter*, in six of the most public places of
Die County of N«*w Castle, requiring all
persons having «h-mands against the Em.
?!?' îft P/® 8 *? 11 . \ Uh or «bide by
SÄt
j InserhHl within the same period in the
j Wilmington Gazette, a newspaper put»
j IJslusl In WllmingUm, and to be conlluMed
therein three weeks (e. o. «I.)
« , ü' v «n. "Uder the hand and H«*al oi
b.*. < Ofti«-«* or the U«-glst«*r uforcsuitl at
„ New Castle, In N«*w Castle County
aloresaiii, the day anil year above writt«*n
M. C. B1GGM, Register*
N OTICE—TO WATER RENTERS
(»pri« h Water Department.
w i lminuton. i»kl., Dec. loth, |s7s.
The bills f«»r 1-72 are n«»w rftmly an«l pay
able ut the r« glstrar'H office, No. Mar
ket street. The law require* that all bills
paid on or before January 31sf.ls7w.tb«
la«-«* oi the bill ; those paid duilngthe
month «»r 1*ebruary. five per cent, addi
tion« I, those paid during the month of
March, ten per cent, additional, and any
amount remaining unpaid alter April 1st,
l»7y, the registrar Is rupilrid to have the
ferrule» withdrawn aid suit InMtltuted for
the recovery of the amount due, and ihe
waUr will not »>e lei Into such premlscH
until such arrears, with asses*, men Is and
$2 for drawing ferrules are paid,
hour», 1» a m to 4 p m.
)
Office
W. J. MOHROW,
Reglst
decll-eod Jan.feb.eod
Kt giNlt rN Order
NOTICE
All person» having claim» agalnstthe
Estate of tiie dcc«-as«*d must present the
same «July attest«*! t«> lh«« Ailministratrix
. ' .3 fan. 7th, lsso,
A«*t of Assembly in such c
provide«!.
!..
abide tiie
; made und
CAROLINE F. McCAULLKY,
Administratrix.
Jaiuu-;iweod
Address, Wilmlngtr
, Del.
FINE FURNITURE
W. <& D, McElwee,
to
I
Oiler for »ale, a largo
I caretuh y »elect
•d st«>ck of
NEW & SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE,

At their »tore,
Vo. 501 Tatnall Street.
Gorxl» will be »old to »ult purchaser*.
ocU-6m
GOODS
Damaged
BY
FIRE
AND
W
1
rr
m
11 Li ill Ll
the
u
I«-«
Hi
It
l»y
BARGAINS f
S
FULL
at
in
t

Particulars
In a Few Days.
CASH BUYERS
OF
DRY GOODS
will plraso make » note of DilaunducL
accordingly.
Pespeci fully
Crosby &, Hill
I
*2'20 and 222 Market Street,
WILMINGTON DEL'
nHIRIFK H HALE.
O B» Ylrluiw'f» wrltof AI«. L«»»rl E»
ii«i. to rn# dtre<-ied, will be exposed to
}iilbile »ale at th«*
I.AFAYMTK HOTEL, *41 BblplefHi..
k»bt by John J Dougherty. In th«* City of
Uilnili gion, New C«»tle county, Deh»
aarc.
SHERIFF'S SALES
WKDNISDAY,
Tlio 19th day of February, A. D ,
1179. hi i o'clock, p. ni., the following de
■cr.tad H* al E»U»(o, via;
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land with H ihr.» .lory brick store end
dwelling thereon encud. »liuate In llie
city of Wilmington, boanried and d esc rib
follow», to wit Ii.*gln»lng al the
northerly »lä« of TH» »trect lielween Wal
mi* an Poplar hire» !«, at Jane« Havtlle's
I'n**, heltig an fa* t eaalerly from AhHalom
Hrowi.'s Mue , Ihcnc will, the .„Id Hs
Villi '» Une noitherly parallel with Poplar
»I r**»-i ni feet to the southerly aide of a 1 hreo
f* el with, alley, leading from Wilson to
I'opl.r Sired., Uimice slon K »„Id alley .ids
easterly parallel wi ll level.th »Ire. I 45
feel, nu.ro or les. to the Westerly side of
plarsireel; thence tuerew I h southerly
feet to the sad si.. Seventh »(reel,
and thense ttierewlth westerly l*. feel,more
les. Is. said Mavllle'. lire and place of
bekiliulux. lie the contents there..I wlial
they may. It.„,k XI, Vol. 10. pa K e 170. Ac.
Helse.1 at.1 lahep Into execution asjlho
!
, 11
y of CIihtIdh U lh*i< II«* ami Maggie
I to In* sold by
JOHN PYLE, Sheriff.
MierlfT'« Office. New C'a» i le. February
feb3 r.iawtM
prop
., bis wile, and t I
3d. imtd.
is
» HKHl^F'S MALE.
Hy virtu«» of a writ of Levari Facia»,
diree'ed, will be exposed to public
sale, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Ml Hhlpley Ht.,
Kent, by John J. Dougherty. In the city of
Wlliiiiugion, New Castle county, Lola
ware, ou
in
WEDNESDAY,
The 5th day of FEBHUABY, 1879,
ui 2 (»Vinci, , ,>. in . the lollowlug dccrlbid
lu Hl h-laU-, vlx ;
All timt ceruln lot, piece or iwrcel of
..I mile III the rily ol Wllmlnktnn.
N*-» < »„He oouiity, lielawnn-, bom ,l.»l
Kill! describd II. follow«, U) wit: H.-Kln
niHK„i » point on Um southerly «nie of
Twelfth slreei „ube ill.Ume of uilrty fei't
.-„„telly from the co.te ly «I.I.. t>f Ms.ll.on
slreei. tliencesoutherly pnrwMel Willi Mail.
is.m Street HI feel 5x mdies u. the norther
ly Si.leof lielaware ay. imc , ih. nee south
i«»li rly by the said side ol said avenue nil
feet I, li cli-s to a immer ; thence northerly
parallel whh Jelterson street Jlo feel ei
ni I «s I*j lh#» a.«jr said southerly side «rf
Twellih »lr«*et ai »I ttiei oe thereby westerly
l.u he. to the Plac** .»f M-Rlnning, be the
contenu wtibln said Im>uikI-< wiiat tliey
may . Book f , vol. 10, page . in.
Melted >«>id taken in execution as the
property of Edwanl Tat nail. Jr.; deceased
and Kacbei A. laluali, his wile and Mir
vlving mortgagor and t. I. (Jo»epli lai
.Jr. and William C*nbv, Executors
of Ed ward ratnall, «Jr., cleceaae«!, ac_,) and
to In* sold by Jull.N !* Y LE. Mherlff.
Hierin'» Office, .New t astlu, J inuary 1«,
llffs.
.1
)aolH iiinwlH.
S HKKIKK'H HALE.
Hv virtue of „ writ of I.evarl Fa.las
Bale at tile 18,1 l °
1» A e A YKTTK IlOTKL. h 4I Hhlpley Ht.
keut by „otinj. i„njKheriy, In the clly or
Mnimlnglon, New t ait tie Couuly, Dela
ware,
W Ei MEHDA Y.the.Hh day of February.
•k. p. III.
1 he following deren b<*d Ural Estai«»
All that certain loi ol laud'
iry brick dwelling house the
Initie clly of Wilmington, hounded
described
r til r«*«'
11*7:*, xl l u
. Minute
follows to wl! Beginning al
the southerly slue of Ninth street between
I Madison streets at the «Ils
Inch«*» from the
westerly sld« of V\ li.dsor street, th«-ii<e
smillinly purullel u, Wlmlw.r «I reel
Ih'ougb th«* cemr** of a two f«*« t four Inch
u m,* alley bet ween this an.l the a.IJolr.mg
ImiiMMii said HpiIngt-r, «»■• the ea»t « igbty
I«-« l to a corner, thenoe westerly par. ll«-l
• Ninth *.(r«*<*lH« veuleen feel six Inches •<»
c«iruer, thence iMirtherly |»aiail**l io the
Hi si mentioned line aa«I VVin«ls<>r
along a line of land of M. *' Perkins
It e West elgtily ftret fo (tie alor«*sald south
erly sl«le ol N luth street and thence liiere
l»y easterly lèvent«.*« n f«-« I six Hiebes i«> ihe
place of beginning b«* the contents ib« r«*«»f
what ib« % iixiiy. Book L. vol. nag«-44*:.
Heize I and taken In i-xcrutio, as the
proptny of 11 eitle B. Munh, surv
moitgag«»r and t. i., ui «I to l«e s«*!*l hy
Joh N PY Le. Miii-rîlf
Mherlff'» office, New ( asile. Jan. 1«., 1K79.
Wu.
lane, «if seventy feel
eet
-
office, New ( asile. Jan. 1«., 1K79.
Jan ««-dlawiM.
•*«»
Il FBI FF M HA LE.
By virtue
• «in«*«*
al the
ol a writ of L«*vji
, will be expose«!
FmcIhn ,
Public
Sal«-,
Lafayette hotel, hd sidpiey Mt.,
Kepi by John J D«»ugberty, # ln Ihe City
Wilmington, New Castle county, Delu
1
t
. . , , .. , ,, .
2 o'clock, p. m., the following described
*! viz ;
All that certain lot «if land with a two
»lory brl«!K dwelling house thereon, sltuale
the city *»f Wilmington, boundtsl and d«- 2
scribed a* follow», to wit : Begmntug at
Mi«* noutherly Ride of I l<'Msani Rtreet be- ]
ween JackHon and Van Buren Htn-etN,Raid
Pleasant Hired being laid out parallel tu
and between !• runt and Second street* and er
running from Jack»«ni to liarrlaon slre«'iH
the distance ol sixty flveleet from tiie
aster.y sh e o! Van Buren stnet and at
lh«* centre of the party wall between this
and Hi» adioBilng dwelling on Mi«* west
now of sa d lie Normandie; th'-nce south
erU through the centre of HHtd wail par
alibi to Van Buren street Ally feet lour
tncbe» «» a corner, tbence easterly parai
|«>I to pleaRanl street Dfl«*en feet to a cor
ner; Itisnoe (torlherly purullel the flrst
mention«! line on.I Van Huron street tiny
reel four Inches io tiie „toresulil soutiierly
side Of Pieesant slreei, and ll.euce thereby 1
a ÄÄf
'9 w™ " 1
p« rty of liiomuH Y . De Normandie, and
w.ie,7a's and7o taVonu.'y'' , ' a E "® n ' hl "
HherltT's UIBce, Niw'cdlile.'j'anutry'ie I
_ lanlM.aiawtM «
2
WKDNKSDAY,
The ftth day of FEDKUAKY, 1X7U,
ro

ai
OHHRIKF'H HALE.
bj H> virtue ol a writof Venditioni Ex
>«»nas t«. me directed will he exposed to
'uuilc Sale at Uie
I
HOTEL OF JACOB HYATT,
In the town of Newport.In Cblsllana Hun.
drwl, in New Castle county, iiel.,
Thursday,
The Gth day of FKHUUAHY, 1870,
Ht 1 o'clock p. m
R«*«l Estate, viz.
All that certain lot or piece of Inmi
»Huât«*«! H» the town of Newport, Couuly
1 »>th- ana fst»i«. !,i Delawar«T
Beginning al a slake »landing at the cor
wîlmlnL'l"!. 1 , T!","!.'!" «-bllHdalnlUa,
v7u Mr , i ""'«Uimre rwilr.iucl «nil
Wali.ul "trect, tl ou.-u »ion* .mu Walnut
Hi* Christiana ert-ek ; thence
m. „ai, I 'Li| C i r V' k i" " M, " Hl1 tlll i U'"'«e
ip salil giu t<* front N!re«-t al<>r«Hal«l
Lin 'ln^ : HI " " lr, ' ia plan** ul I««
limbrii liundreil ami
tai.iity-f In,it Miuaro perclH» he the same
7 r 'l l... . l„ tla r,!"n
S. "« 1 «' itoim.K Mill ami Machinery
llu.Miu« im ualvamzln« sljcet-lroii
office ami other outbul dines.
K '-i/.«-i| ami taken In «•
., the following deHcrlbtd
stn*et
iUong
property ol I ln* J. Mur*haU ("ompiury* of
Newp«irt, Delaware, and io b<* s«»i«! hy *
«4l llk|l , (r , J ' iHN I'YLE. Miierlff.
• In rill « Office, New Cast I«, January 1C.
_ laniH-zt «wl».
IR7!»,
I'lancs, Orguu., »nd Sheot Musio,
FOR HALK AT
K* kM-lier's iUiiMlc »tore,
Ro. »21 MarSit Miret.
Htleff'» Pianos a Rpeolalty ; also «nnri
TS 'Ä 0 * ^ ^le aAd to?Ve5T^
OHKRirF'B HALE.
O Hy vinuror a wr t of i ....
BAUUtt'th!?* 1 • b# e *Po««l
, . J <
IjAFAYKTTI! HOTEL, mij g,
Kepi by John J. Dougherty |«> !
WihningUMi, New Cn»ile coin/u Clly
are . on —
'I "J ft
WEDNESDAY,
The 5th day of KKDKI'AhV
R^! , E>ostc 1 , viT.' lh * ,oll " wll| v
*1* «**rlnln lof of Inn | „
»lory brick Dweilii g honten
Stul il^rrM ' ^
"mVatthe iionl.î J lf
between Jack»on
tll<> <| nuance of flft v
u>- u£!
, mri4 ii«i »,» Van iturT.? ' Î" Mmc *' hl
EJ Ä J | 1 ^ 1 "'"7" ' '
and i»arail 1 to Fr#»m rf L? r '
"^' r • Ihe^c soui.ïr7v ' 1 '
.i r . »nilon#».I it. » J,!*/U r *»l
throuati Ll h «-#.ni rJ «.*» ' i ' Hn u '' «>
Jwoin Ihl*iS?l ifö ifii "
{,"* „.t now ol thV.üi mv" i
tv tore , r „1 .it Ö3 1 . N, ' r ''" l..
ï or hèrl v slde of V' s .'T Î"
tper.liy vre.terlv nneen'r'.V! '
p! J, t \ ,* !" "Z, , 1 "le
thee mac ' itnoi/V 0 v V h . h l,H r
seised and like..' 1, i I '
prop *rl v of Thomas V ItaV''" 1 ""' *"
VfaK Ml 1er I a.m , N,,r "' e
M * ry Ml "* r > '• 'jonN py i''
SheriffsOfflco,Newcastle joH" 11
--- Jams'àrj'
will,
w Uif
- . ' 1 M »ll I,
Ogton , 1
'tu
!
" > it
HKRIFK'H MALE
Hy virtue of a writ of Levan F».
to me (llrecUjd, will las exionoi .
»ale, all he
S

LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Hhipieyw
kept by John J. Dougherty, i„
Wilmington, New castle
ware, on
! ■
>
OUUIJ!
WEDNESDAY,
The 5ih day of FEBKUAKV,
.. Uie following ueacrj
at 2 o'clock, p. in
lolor wllhl ,
.tory l.rlck .Iwelimt b»u«e u„-. .
alp m Uie clly i,f tt limluklui, '
,uul ücscrllieU as follow. '
nlmikt the northerly .Itlc ..f h
t^iweeo Jsrkson ki C V.n linn
||,o Ul.tiimeol «V feet from u
Vuu Buren Hreetami H i ii
ol the purly wall beiwe»n un,
Jolnloie Jwellliiir
„ H „l He Normandie Ihm
throuifh the centra o, said w.,n ,
Van Huron «i.ei'i sut,..,
„| x Inches to a corner; tl.eii'r. . .'
parallel m Kr.au sir.s-l 111. .
coruer. thei.ee southerly ear:..,
flrsi mentioned llnesuu Yanis re .
sixty Ihrre real six li ebes to tu. ^
northerly able of Front Hr«*«*I, », .
llierehy westerly fifteen met to u lt . , J
beginning, U « the contents LL*re«/i 'n
they u , ay . H#M»k c. Vol In Fa
Helxe»l and taken In execution hm *«
jn-riy of Tourna» Y. De Normaiijir u
sarJi Welch, 1.1., and to Is* h*,m *,t
JOIIN 1*YI I- *>' •
Hhcrlff '» Ufflce, New* Castle,
\trj y
h. : un
HOW ;•
the
rtfef
I«]
Jrtlll*
W.4XTN.
_
T lrANT ,.|, ...
W' . dot.«; »3 ï l.îi'r
llVxIi'L'antol j'.'''cali'Tl^r't T» I 2
slioei u », o
O IliaKr* èi
drCge-tf
t UUHC SALE*.
PUBLIC HALE
Tl
»ubRcrlher InUmdlng n«»
»lock h| N »Isiers farm, la\m;.
south of Muminll Bridge wills« ..
He sale.
TI'EMDA Y. February l«*U.
,
'''? l'"T; ,r, y'
ÎV" „ LJ**5 ° °V e » * >M r .
*?
'T r ' 1 H , r '! with ioal, .* üihkI
^ or l t or driving horses, .1 tun
9^ ,!?« LM .'
H, * M K ' ' c
, , . ,
ou ** "ay rigtng,
' v ' *!!['..' K °' ,
rov%H - ■ cultivators, plough». 11
barn«*»», bildlr »,«•«». nr
K "i Hua '"«ny ether thing*
tioned.
, pari tr*--!. n< «
young heifers, will be in |.r«»t.t t • .»j
Brady C
* - year obi bull, u
. 2 farm wb.
CUtlltiK |H>
TEUMS OF HALF_A 1 !
ceedmg f.o, cash ,
airiouni. a credit «»f eight nioi.i!
give
• pur« ha
'«• with lnter«*si addeil,and u
•*«» be approv« d by the subscri'
gl vin«
w r I
Hale to emnmenee at lo o'clock -
Janio- w
8« ALE
1 * I ; 1 î I „ 1 <J
Will lie »old «I nubile »at«*, on " r f 1
t f Ibobnrt 11 iiifiKtid'««, de« *h***■
TlioinpMin'N Bridge, ChrlNllMiia &
from Wilmington,
TUEMlJAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1Ä
At 12 o'clock ni.
4 head of good work or driving
milch cowi, M»me wiUi ual« * *
Kl.les, other» »nrliulng
2 Rimai», Ac. Fanning Iniukn»^ 1
farm wagon», 1 York wagon . • «.« . r
] market dearborn, hors« cart .
plows, harrows, cultivator forts ?»
boes, A c . iron harvest«* mov r*: :?
er c«m.bm«*d l gcssl borne ran*
wincKlc fan, gram bags wagon, i 0 *
carriage harue»», 2 sels'heavy i
lo» «•bains, aUe dairy nxlui'* *
pans, biicfeetM, churn», cream
cans, Ac. 12aoreN wheat In ti«e gf~
bay by the ion
CONDITION«.-All miinfi ol <
less, cash, ««ver that amount, h
month» will he given, by tla* j.arca
giving a bankable note with
jLrie?. THOEW.RK K-nJ
i,. W MtlilhHin * Hon, Auclwn«!'
lanlH W5i*
-— - -— -_
fttbjljio sal
'ïïs"'?
«»f T B 1-Tiirl«* mi il»** rou«l (mm r ,,f *Ç
bllJr ' oaa mlle
I TIIUH8DAT. FEBRUARY .7»-*
« al ten o'clock, a. m., »harp, »" foll°**
4 giKsl Work «>r driving lioi*** -.
2 col «, boib coming three year'
ol«l, one pair of go«si work (TT
in tiles, 6o head of cattle, 4« (,!
I be m milch cowh, I s w
SBculvah hy their hMcI 1 "
PSsale, Ihe balanc». .
—Hand will come in »on»'- 1 ®
ieu heifers, and 2 bull», y » r ,ü * 4
rui nilng Utensils —2 bay
new, f farm wagons,h«»r»e«*» rI ''
2 ox cart lad», one carriage « »
wiili pole and HtiHlts, nearly i«**" ,*«
and bells, «me grain fan. corn 8 01
dill, 2 mow« r», one a Kirby. n|'£ „
ro 1
• 3
.
iy
plon, one RurhcI reaper,
rake, p4-ach bed and »prlng». <,,,e 'iZtt
ball bushel measure, H»r|x>*.i»
ami locks, 2 Maraycu»© pl«" 1 *- 1 \ p
horse plouxliH, 3 one horse pi" 11 -. 1 ' ..p
tlvHtors, om* twlu harrow, let ' r
«loub|e-t p*e», fork» and »hovel»« p
«I 'e«;d « hesl. mf .
Harness.—* Rets wagon * ,wr ' " u ^
plough harm*»», one set «h»* 1 *"'*
made loonier an«l nearly
gl<* liai ness, collar», bridles l' 1 * 1 ai i
lot cow chains, Ö* ton goal tlru"' • ^
the I«. n, km l«m ol wheat straw, «' g*
hay hy th«* lun, lot of inaniim. •' j e .i
Hlurkles, 14 Chester Countv »
r«*«l HlioatH.
IK
Dairy Fixture»— f-uch «■ "'., r *
milk buckets, creum kettles, sir»
er, kulU-r tub», butter print»*
er, one band churn, one lior fc '*' ft!
power. liouHehold ami I» 1 " 1 |0 ;I
lure and many other ariioi 1 '''
en mm rat «si. .
N . B —The above «own fc»ve »
«*<1 with great care and Ju«lgni e ^
worthy ltie aHentlon ol per»«*
»«»xl butter cow».
CON 1 HT 1UN 8.—A11 " u,n " llU . »iu
le»s. cash, on all »um* over t»» ÿ
credit of 7 month» will ., nnte^ :l3
purchaser giving a ban kable u or <
proved lndor»er, intere»t
oent. off the lace for oa*h.
of i*
T. B- E-'ÿl
L. W. Htldham * S<»». .
B. 4lh »treet, Wilmington, I^j.^l**

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