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T«* DAILY UAZKTTE
Afternoon (Sunday excepted.) at 41« Marw
Htreet, and serve«! by carrter« U» subscribers
hi «U parts of the oily and surrounding
town»and village«, for all cents a week,
payable weekly. Yearly subscriber*, *3 in
advance.
4 PROPHIKTU»
3
«1 eve
The Delaware Gazette, established
n 1784, is the largest and most flourishing
weekly paper in the state, and has a larger
Irculatlor loan any other on the Peninsula
Tn ursday afternoon,
,«!
Published every
peryaar. In advance.
fe HHUABY O I H7I>
The Daily Gazette Is sent to all parts
of the
ntry, postage paid, for tii
a year, in au vance. it contains
;k
DOLL A
all the local news aud most Important
In brief Just the
ihe business man need,
news of the day. It glv
news the farmer
at half the cost of the two eent papers;
a man ought to read of
inch
and as i
evening
< nee by remitting a money order fora
yearoralx months.
morning. Hu been be for It at
Unnecessary.— It was obviously
necessary for the Republican to volunteer
the information to its readers that no
"saint" was connected with its editorial
or reportorial staff'.
The Radical Congressmen have
done so many bad things tliat they are
afraid of the people, and hence their per
sistence in voting to keep up a large ar
Voters will bear in mind that a
my.
great pail of the odious taxation arises
from money uselessly spent on the "top
heavy" army aud navy.
Victorien Sard or, whose dramatic
w ork has been remarkable for neatness of
dialogue and an ahsense of mechanical
effects,bas made a rather startling innova
tion in Andre Fortier , the play written
for the Boston Theatre. A forest is fired
by the villian, for the purpose of destroy
ing the hero and heroine. Death seems
inevitable, when the hero's powder fiask,
which he has put for safety iu the arch of
au old aqueduct, is explode«! by the heat.
This displaces the masonry, the water
pours dowu and extinguishes the tire.
"An Incubus."— C ol. II. McCoinb,
on Tuesday night, characterized "debt"
as an "incubus." The remark is fitting,
although coming from one who, if the
cunent opinion is true, may rot frei the
effects of it. Webster's definition for
incubus is "a demon, or fiend," and it
veil »uhtained this definition in in
numerable cases during the last decade,
as nearly every man's observation will
Notwithstanding this there has
been nothing more common or popular
than to run into debt. No remaik has
been more common than that which in
dicates the willingness of the persons to
transmit a debt to posterity to pay. But
how* w rong is this. IIow dishonest it is
to foist upon our children the payment of
debts created for purposes fiom which
»ay leceive no benefit,
be far hitter to leave them less money,
and sometimes noue at ail than to leave
them property encumbered with this
"incubus." And a public debt is even
worse than a private one ; because there
is no escape from it even in bankruptcy.
It may well be termed "a demon or fiend."
lia
verify.
they
It w.
ild
h«?r
the
The Cipher Testimony,— The com
mittee met in New York yesterday anil
examined Mr. Smith Weed. The .Herab!
to-day in its editorial says "Mr. Weed
lifts the curtain which was dropped at
that dark point and testifies that Mr.
Felton came to Baltimore without money,
and told him that the proposed transac
tion had come to the knowledge of Mr.
Tilden, who condemned and forbade it.
We can discover no improbability in this
testimony. It is evident that the bribe
was not paid, aiuce tlie Returning Board
decided in favor of the Hayes electors.
There is no other perceptible reason for
the failure of the negot ation than tlie
refusal of Mr. Tilden to furnish the
find
anot
F
We
F.
au
by
money for consummating it. Unless Mr
W eed w
to
he
deceived (and he dues net
setw to be a person who could be duped
in such a matter) the Presidency
offered for sale by South Carolina
publicans. Mr. Tiideu's refusal to buy
it is tlie most probable explanation of the
failure of the visit to Baltimore. We
no reason why Mr. Weed should not be
Hoarded as a credible witness on this
head, especially as he makes no attempt
to shield tlie dishonorable part which he
acted iu the affair."
was
re
set
Florida's Financial Condition.—
The financial condition of Florida,
presented in Governor Drew's recent mes
sage, shows a very decided improvement
over previous years, and compares favor
bly with that of any other Sou'hern State.
The total bonded debt of the State is now
$1,284,200, and of this $008,100 is held
by various State funds, leaving but $71
100 in the hands of private parties. Tl
floating indebtedness, which wi
as
ic
$241
788,41 on the 1st January. 187T, has be
reduced to $♦
•.■u
A very gratify
72,,81.
ing decrease is a'so shown in the current
expenses of the State.
These in 1877
mounted to $212.580,Jl, but last year the
total was only $133,070,30.
During both
the years in question the Governor, find
ing a reduction in tlie tax iate possible
without crippling the treasury, directed
the suspension of the collection of a
poi
tion of the taxes, amoun'iug in 1877 to
two and a half mills and in 1878tothreG
and a half mills.
Tlie prisent Legisla
ture is expected to legalise this ai tioa.
The last assessment puts Florida's taxa
hl. basis at $2b,2h0,U00.
Theke is no km ape from the evil of
public ilalit. It rest* u|»'U all ami bear»
more soaerelv npoii the poîr than u|K>n
the rich. The ranter, iu fact, has tire
greater part of it to pay. He Is sure to
have the tax added upon the interest of
the cost of property, and the poor cannot
escape. Occasionally the rich do avoid
tlie payment of taxes ; but nevertheless
they add it to the rent, Just as though
they had paid it. It would, therefore,
seem that tutfrase in such rase would be
of more value In the tenants' hands Ilian
in thosa of the rich, insomuch that he
would be sure to vote to keep those out
of power who favored extravagance and
debt. It is a rare thing to he
these advanced days projiose to confine
own property in
Such a projNisitnm «»htains no
favor anywhere in the Northern States ;
and was only proposed for the Southern
States when su thage was about to be
conferred on the slaves by the leaders of
the Republican party. But they differed
a qualifica
•itsain to aid
one in
suffrage to those wl
cities.
to whether education
tion would not be more
their party. Hoping that they could keep
the whites out of the schools until they
could educate the negroes to read, they
favored the latter, but finally determined
to make suffrage universal and to use the
army ami negroes U> torce the election in
their favor. Universal suffrage in this
instance proved a failure, A child may
read, but fie is not qualified to vote—
neither were the inexperienced slaves who
had been taught to read. The uneduca
ted poor whites iu this country had a
training by mingling with voters from
their youth and made themselves ac
quainted w ith the effect of a vote,
foreign population, against whom the
Republicans have urged war at the polls
for so many years,are required to become
naturalized before they can vote, and
during this period of five to seven years,
they inform themselves remarkably well
upon nearly all political questions, and
have rarely been found voting on tba
wrong side of politics. While property
should form no basis fur the Anglo
Saxon, it would have been far Initier for
all ha«l it been made a basis for negro
ff'rage in the South.
ago, Mr. Cain, a negro from South Caro
lina, made »speech In Congress In which
undertook to prove from statistics that
there were more negroes than whites in
the South, in promotion to population,
who could read and write. This may
seem strange ; but his declaration wasj
not contrndictml, amt it was ri-peaUd ill
The
A week or two


tv delivered bv him in Baltimore
* night this week. lie assiguad as a
reason that the whites were "huffy" du
ring the first ten y «as after the war aud
wouid not send their chihltvji to the
public schools with
wen» most ly in the hands of white North
ern men ami women, who made them
selves especially hateful to
whites in so many w ays that it is not to
be wondered at that the result ment oued
bv Cain should have followed.
;s. These schools
eg rt
11, « |„mr
Yol quite a Yliriel«*.
One ot our city paper» mentioned the
fact that a y. ung girl of eminent piety
aud religious zeal, who had beoi
blind for along time, went to bed a few
nights ago with a severe headache, but
prayed forveutly before lying «low
h«?r Mglit might he restored. Him
the next
»early
that
voke
I was «ielighte«
t w;
n»g ;»
to
find her sight restored,
anot her evide
only
of true piety to thank
'rovldence for this inestimable bien
F
»>«•
We have since beard that ahe had been
1er tlm medical treatment, of Dr. W.
F. Quinby for nervous affections.
The people of Rouen are talking about
dug ease of aileiupted murder,
hich is to be tried by tlm tribunal in a
au aim
few days. At the «-ml of last summer a
young married lady of good Normau so
ciety, w hile at the «eaMuie, was insulted
by a young man whose assiduties she
had repelled.
Hlie Maid nnthimr t,, i 1( . r I
su. MU.l uothlUK to lu;r
husband, but determined to hike her re-1
venge herself. Being a good
morning till they
myu took his bath, when «he swam up /
to him an«l gave him auch a ducking that *
he was within an ace of tiro ~
young man has
I m n er
she waited
mg
1 t»«'
»II«*
brought a charge of
attempt to murder against the lady, aud
the court will no doubt decide that he 1
il
only gut what he deserved.
i
Trump* Hill u Mute.
Philadelphia, Feb. 0.—A light took !
place on oaturday night at a police
tion, among about twenty tramps
weie lodging thete for shelter over night.
A you,. a named John Kleteher wj» .lab- ,
bed in t«.e lungs, lrom tl.« effects of
sta
which lie died to-day. The entire putty •
are held in custody, but they will give
t*o information about the allair, and the
vie illi refused Ueiuro liis ilualli u. make !
any Uisclusu c. |
Rapid Tkanmt iu Brooklyn, accord
ing to latest advices lrom Albany, is as
silted, as there seems to he no d«mbt th. t'
»lie bill autlioiizi.g tlie road \<ill pass 1
both brandit s of tlie Ligtslatm«* during
the present week. As the m<-aii
building it are already provided, the work
will he commenced as soon as the fro-l is
out of tin; ground. The working people
are looking forward t
ment of the undertaking as im r
their chatte« s for employment he
moi il hs to come.
ic
•.■u
th«* cc
nosing
sonic
M KK«
desiied :
ants and Visitors who have
long to live a 1 a hotel a» ove
ti e business centre, anil to take a i oilion
of their meals dow n tow n, while in New
York, can «lo to, as the Gtand Central
Hotel, on Broadway, is now kept on bo-h
tlie American plan a. $2.50 ol $5.00, and
the European plan $1.00 and upwards
per day. An elegant Restaurant,
moderate prices, is conducted by tl-«
Hotel.
I will give six Havai.a cigars for 23 cm
that hava no equal.
to
H. M. M L'LLIN.
Dnlratllon mf Ihr Para Man
■In on Wyr Iolaual.
(Md#) Star of Tueadur,
"News has reach'd here that the
»Ion hot»»* of the Paca family
land, was destroyed by tire
uing.
on the roof, and originated from a tin
ner's furnace, while
gaged repairing the root. The mansion
of the finest in the Slate, and
was built by Mo verm
revolutionary war.
lutionary worthy las enjoyed it» Mtaj
tality. It contained many valuable far
ily portrails among them a life-size por
trait of Governor Paca, antique relics and
furniture, valuable plate and Mov. Paca's
library. The full length portrait of
Governor Paca, the plate and some of the
other pictures were saved, but most of the
furniture and the library were destroyed.
Nothing new remains of the grand ohl
building hut its blackened walls. We
understand that Mrs. Win. B. Paca, who
'iisthe property, resides iu Baltimore."
The Centreville Obterver confirms the
news of the burning, and adds ihat the
propeity was insured in the Far
Company of York, Pa. At the time of
the fire the house was unoccupied.
The K»st
says :
fine old
■a
on Wye
Monday
The fin* commenced
knien Wfri! «II
« aa
»r Para, before lh«'
Many an old revu
II -
m
*r's
KILLED 1118 WIFE FOR 1IKK PROP
ER AT.
Fort Wayne, Ind*, Feb. 4.— Mrs.
John Dyer who lived near here dicdiud*
dciily a few «lays ago. She wao re
cently married to Dyer ami having pos
sessed property that ha«I been willed to
him in the event of her death, suspicions
were aroused and Dyer's premises were
searched, when a quantity of strychnine
and a spoon were found in his trunk.
Tl e body was exhumed and poison was
found iu her ètonuch. A warrant was
issued for Dyer who has decamped.
Ratio Printing.— On last Friday af
ternoon the United Stales Senate ordered
the printing
the Presidei
New* York custom-house ap|>oinliuents,
making 440 pages, two-thirds being in
small type and rule and figure matter.
This was put in type at the government
printing office in less than 24 hours, an
achievement unprecedented in type se -
tmg
<>f documen s accompany ing
tit's message iu relation to the
X WO LEVEES DAILY.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wilmington liisiuuie Hail.
F. M. UFKNEK'S MARVF.LOUH
MIDGETS.
Positively This We* k Only.
GENERAL MlTF,
Age 14 y
,lis 9 pounds.
rs,
LUCIA ZARATE,
n
Age 15 ye «r*, weighs pounds.
A n.
ously from 2 to 4 31.
ng. 10 to 12.
•h lev. e.
Ev
dm
• III inu<
s ly fr«. m 7
i
day in.
• Nut
<
!.. citai» d
ing
Admission Only 25 Cents.
f. i»;i-4t J
1 KANh OPERA IIOIJ.-G .
( *
MO.NhAV KVRN1NO, K*
One night of the
Op.
KÛAKY I0lh.
«■t «uccesHful English
•e«l In A
v prod I
H. M. S. PINAFORE,
OK THE
Lass that Loved a bailor
Produced with all tlie accessor!«'», Eul
Cliorus. New Costumes, Entirely
New Ncenery, etc..under the di
rectum of MuiiHgcr Ford
ofFlilu., Washington
and Baltimore.
Admission 7ft cent«, reserved seals, tl 00.
The sale of seal!« will
Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, at c. F.
Thomas A Co's book store, 421 Market ht
fehl. 8«
NOTMVKS*
/'ll I Y HUILDINO AN!) LOAN A
CI ATIUN.—aoo »hates of Newt
111 be issued by this prosperous am
idation, February 11.
de at any time
year 84 24 per share.
f<eb4-7t
HMD.
Herles
HUiCk
Fay ment« can tie
. New Hlock gained lust
J. E. FIERCE,
HecretMry,
801 Mhlplcy street, first ll(K»r.
I VJl>KM)— OFFICE OF THE WIL
MINMTUN COAL (JAM COMPANY.
Wll.
D
noton, February l,ls79,
I The Flrecl«.is of Ihe WllmlngUm i oal
company Ii»ve tin» .lav decliu-wl a
dividend « f three dollars per share for the
past six month», payable on deinand.
W. P. TAYL.OR, Treasuier.
/ \RcHEhTRAL MUSIC,
* j, f
ROir
febl-lntood
-■ A. W. AAUINKSEN, announces
that he Iihh formed an Orchestra, which
be «*i I gag«« I to furulRh music for hulls,
»«drees und ptc-uics, at very reasonable
rates. Addr* ss
WASHINGTON HOUSE.
1
febvtmnseod
met
Ihe Mutual Loan Ami
N
tiers new stock for salt,-.—
ment may be made any
• GEORGE C. MAKIN,
Secretary a^-d Tr*a»urer,
1 Ship ey Nt , 2« I Niory.
i ,
! 11
^UBhcRiPTIunn FOR THE UNITED
, 'jïï.JZ.IK;,»
of at par ai. d accrued Interest
G EO. D. ARMSTRONG,
liter.
I he first paj
• Apply I
JaSft-lim! Office 6

XT OTIUE—TO WATER RENT!
! •»- w,?»Vilri^ T ^ïi 1Jl h» A Æi 1 ' : ,
| •iT.é iV'li» ' 1 ' 1
Jan24-lmd
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» I pay
all«* at the
s oflic
No. |IH
Mu r
k«-t st i
pa al «,
The Ii
as
that nil Ini|s
the!
f"l
ary His
«•t the hill ;
th **f Feb
>1, th
lie
t'
ry.five p«*i
e paid during th
'Mlti.ii
I. ad
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is
'll of
II. t
|.< r cent.
I
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'
11 pa id a
Ap
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ve the
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and the
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FT 9. U
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'Mini
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d suit
•nut
w at
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til
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Ira wing
l.s
paid. Ofli
hours,
dedt-e
t«> 4 p in.
<1 Jan.fell «*«»«1
W. J. M
ROW,
In i* I «
jabæës m,. b mm'
ove
and
tl-«
114i u H«* l*;i i ni4*i',
G^AlNER <k GL ZILR,
Is prepared to do ail wu
villi
in liis line,
Promplii.u i,n,l IHsiinicl,.
Orders lespectfuily solicited.
Offifp, No. ?!9 h r* • r
sep2ft- tf
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GOODS
Damaged ,
BY
1
1
FIRE
AND
n
BARGAINS (
FULL!
Particulars
In a Few Days.
CASH BUYERS
OF
DRY GOODS
WIU please make a note of this and act
accordingly.
Respectfully
r
the!
Crosby &> Hill
lie
of
•y
Dt,
the
for
the
s
220 and 222 Market Street,
WILMINGTON' DEL.
WAIT*
W ANTFD.-FIm* shirts o make
a dosen, »3 a half (logen. In i
per lor manner lor 7*' «mis aptape* A
WM MlLL
at •
a »a
HERIFF'H HALE. I
Hy virtue of sundry writ» Of exccu
tion.to me directed. will l»e to
•ubllc sale, on the farm lately >wncd by
van r. Hiotnenbtirg, situated In w hite
May Creek hundred, near Uie Jl liai e of
i hn«tlana, and on the road leading from
Blauton to Christiana, on
MONDAY
* 1 Lf * »
The 24lh day of February, A. P.,
1.79, Hl II o'clock. B in . Hie follhwlng lie
seribed Personal Property, vis :
one wheat drill, one corn »heller, one
reaper, one inuwrr. one horse rake, one
thresher, one horn* power grin mill, one
hay culler, one roller, one gr^ln fan, 2
farm wagon» with buy rigging, one cart,
lot of plow», harrou h, cult i valons, harness
very description, lot of ox and now
_ns, lot of water and pig trough», belt
log, pulley» and shaft Ing lot of tnllfc pans
and dairy natures, lot of double and sin
gh -tree», ox yokes, 2 wheelbarrows, lot of
small tools, lork». hoes, shovel«, Ac., one
I Germantown carriage, H head o horse«, 2
col'», one pair of oxen, (well broken), 37
heiel or cattle, one bull, lot of calves, 20» o
I pounds of pork, lot of clover Weed, lot of
potato««, 38 acres of wheal In the ground,
etc., etc.
I Helsed and taken Inexécution (sstliepro
' yerty of Evan C. Ht olsenburg and Mat
It ew Ry loti, and to be s dd by
JOHN PYLE, Hherlff.
TKRMH—Rums not exceeding »26, cash;
t n all sums exceeding that amounts cred
It of» month« will he given Ibe purchaser
! »«» give bis interest bearing negotiable note
I with an approved end«*raed, or 3 percent,
off for cash.
Htidham A Son, A uct. febGI-w3t d!9,22
-1
OHKRIFF'H hale. " ~
O By virtue of sundry writ's bf FI. Fa ,
1 to me directed, will bocxposedi in public
le, at the house of He..ry Ml. Klie.sih
aud Jackson si reeU, In the cl V "f Wil
mlngton, lu New tsstle County, Delà
ware, on
.... . _
The 15th day of February, A. P.,
r ,1 , .
WU. at 11 o'clock a. m .ilie following de
aer lad Personal I roperty, vit j
One CarilHge, 1 5 ork wagoa, bne market
dearborn. 1 cart, 1 wagon |*le, j set of sin
gle hurtiesa, l setof cart harness, one uay
re, 1 so'a, ft stuff« d chairs, ore rocking
«'hair, ft stands, loosing glasses, lot ol car
i.eU. chairs, tables, stove» and fixtures,
ice chest, one Fire Proof Hale, hat rack, I
sewing machine, 1 double gun, 1« t of Ih» 1
stead», bed» and bedding, bureaus, 1 wal
nut set of furniture lot of oll-Cloth, loi of
oil paintings, lot of window sh»<les, Ac
fetze«! anu taten Int» executif»» a» the
property or Henry M. Rile, a. d to be sold
*>y . — JOHN PiiLK.Hherlff.
Hherlff 's office, New oastle, February
&*» feb4 «»ödst
S HERIFF'S HALF. I
Ry virtue of a writ or Als. levari Fa
ciss, to m« directed, will be exposed to
public sale, at the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Hblpley Ö»..
rpi hi.i i r r i a
I UÜ 1 Jtll day of February, A. D.,
Igfitli
nt guarante«d. rail at
ER.

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SHERIFF'S SI LES
s
of
dial
,
1
1
SATURDAY,
kept by J«»bu J. Douguerly, lu the City of
Wilmington, New c'asile county, Dela
ware,
WKDNBSDAY,
, the following de
1879
. at 2 o'clock, p. in
bed Heal Estate, viz:
•riain lot. piece olr parcel of
111 a thiee »lory hrn W sUi
ccled, »II uaie In the
city i»f Wilmington, hounded aiid descrlh
Ilow's, to Wit: ReglmklUK at the
oriherly side of 7th »irecl between WaI
ii i Poplar »I met»*, at Jaimts Savllle's
e, helng a I feet easterly fr«»m Absalom
nwn'H line, thence with the »aid Ha
therly parallel with Poplar
Mlreel hi feet i«> the southerly sldje of a ihre«
h et whle alley, leading from Wilson
Poplar Hlreel»; thence along »aid alley side
lerly parallel wl h Hcven h street 40
»re or leas to the w e »i ily »!«!«• of
sired; thence therowi h southerly
to th<* »aid »ine of
therewith westerly 4.» feet,
or 1«'»» to said Havtlle's line and pi><«
beginning, be the content» thereof what
they may. Book |), Vol. 10, page 47«. Ac.
Heizet! ai d taken Into « xecuiion a» the
prop, rl.r of Charles G. Bet* lie a»« Maggie
rt .. his wife, and l l . and to he
sen
All that
land
dwelling thereon
:
. I
In
HI
ville's I
l«et,
P.ipl
et;
•d ti
ot
Id hy
JOHN F Y Lit, Nheriff.
le. Kebruary
f*|b3 Mawi»
Hherlff'• Office, N
id, 1S79.
r
f*|b3 Mawi»
id, 1S79.
Ht'ttiNler*N Ordt r.
Kkgihtrk h off ice
New C'u»tle Co.. Jan
y th. 1879.
Upon the application of Caroline F. Me
Cauiley. Administratrix, of William n
McCauUsy. late of Wilmington II«]. in«ald
county, d«*c'd It is order«*«! and dir«.'CU*d by
the lieglNUtr that the Administratrix afore
said, give notice of Urn granting of Litter«
of Administrât Urn upon Um Estate u*
the dec'd, wiU» the dan* of grunting thereof
by oauHlng advertisements to he po»n«i
witlda forty days from the dat«* or such
Imiter* , in six of the most public place« of
the County of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demand« against the Es
tate, to present the same, or abide by an
Act of Assembly ln such ca*« made and
provided. And also cause Un* same to be
Inserted within the same period tu the
Wilmington Gazette, a newspaper pub
lished in Wilmington, aud to |>e continued
therein three wqeks (e. o. d.)
Given under the hand and Heal
. > Office of the Register ttforoauld
- New Castle, In New Ckstle County
aforesaid, the day and year above written
H. C. BIGG8, Register'
of
L.H
at
Ält NOTICE
All person« having claim« agalnNt the
Estate of Uie deceased mus( pre«ent tlie
same »July attested to the Administratrix
. oef°re Jan. 7th, i«»o, «>r abide Uie
Act of Assembly In such cuite made aud
provided.
CAROLINE F. McÇAULLKY,
Administratrix.
Junvo-dwend
Addrem. Winnlngto
. Del.
FINE FURNITURE
W. «& D, McEfwee,
Offer for «ale, a largo and carom By select
ed stock of
NEW & SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE,
At their store,
*»■ *104 TulHull Mlreel.
OoixlH will be Hold to suit |.urchman-«.
ocL2-fan *
l
S. R. BUTLER.
420 Market St.
Has fo
«ale a large assert men of
USEFUL and ORNAMENTAL
ARTICLE.?.
8UITABLK »Olt
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
WM. 8. WAIT,
No, 1009 Market Street
FLUM llEll,
«tram <v «* * <* i i rrKr
PUBLIC SALES.
PUBLIC Sat- p
Will be »old at the resident«. .
•erlfeer. In New Castle luin.ir,.,
NtaU HoAd. leading from Hare 1 ,;
Red Mon. on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY a,..
at to o'clock, a. m., the followin '
«st personal property, to w r
S head of goal work
homw. No. l.Juh,
^^^^Titiorse, nlaa y 9 , riloll '
and tamtlv hnrlÜ* 0 " 1 ' 1
K afe for a lady to drl vc N„ ?
black horse, eight year« old k Y' "
H ound and all right ; Htre'j'bvu
Eclipse. No.»,l*rUice,ablack h f r r}1 ^
years old, a spl end hi farm oruïï" ,fi R
Hired by Prince A ihert No 4 l,0f H,
bjjj
Hilly Button, h lieaunml Vi,
two yeaiNohl , slre.1 by lfnu. 11'' l 1,lnil 4
and as tine as any coll of his ui"'" iU>
Ml ate A II of the above horses u7f ' :n
ly fearless of locomotive», gtul u-.^ , r!> ' 1
of the aUeullon ot Uioh,* \
horses. "k Iak
Eleven head of well
cows, nearly all o* which will
la* In profit bv day of sale Iw.iUTjA
bulls, of good slock, one com lJU
ing three and the other two^n^l
years of age, and several head Ht"
stock. 14 bead Chester white sin,at/T*
of poultry. to wll ; Î3 turkeys ui.i *.
and a trio or duck». Ihls nouiirv
f ctly healthy as we have nevsr*
iroubleo with diolera. r
Fakkiku I■ PI KMCIfT».-2 farm»
ona with hay rigglMks complete
carl and hartes», one ox cart
one buckeye grain and ptioiphsteJ?
nearly new and one of the bert 2 r »i. "
one keystone mower, .._ **
2 grain cradle», one mowlrijr «cyn» ,Wt|
roller, 2 sets twin harrow*», one hi,,'?*
it valor, one A harrow, one larie culiiï
tor, 4 corn cultivators, corn oovrn-r
ksrdendnll.2 cornzhelltrs, om* v
ale grain fan, AO giain hags, i com m..
er. one of Wilson's celebrated gyran
chilled plows, 2 Heckendem i.'i,
small plows, »Ingle and douhledfm 1 «
chains, harrow-chains, wheelbarnmV
fork with rope and pulley« combien «
straw knives, saddler's horse braiîi!
and hedge knives, corn knivr.. - 'J
shovels, two half bushel* r ,
balf pt ok measures. Carriage* 1
rockaway carriage, made hy
»on A Paschal I, In good order, one siiift
lop buggy in good order, mi.de by &
one no- top buggy, one Germ »mown
b* rn, one large three-spring nmr|J
born, one Portland sleigh, witn doI*
gualts complete, 4 straps of sin,, ,,
one farm bell, buffalo robe, and l
blanket*. Harn«*ss—Une set of C
carriage harness nearly new ,,,/u
Rmgwalt A Weyl.oue set of heavy j«
harness, by Lacy A Philip», -i «h*
carnage harness, 2 sets (stage, wiu--,r'
ne*s,4aeU of plow harness, grubhmii
picks, e ra hoes, griiidstoae.ssniua
erain rakes, shovels, spade« crowbur
hooks, 3 step-ladders. 2 other ladder* 1
0 f hot-Wl sash with fta mes comslet*
, Hoiuuoi.d OooDH.-Une No> «»
cooking smve with fixture» compleufl
parloroook »ujvc, one bedroom lü»
| |eU quilting rrames, with stool*, oneH
liter b«*l. 3 b4Mlatea4ls, one trumlit >»
I l ead, one bureau, 2 washstaiui« loe
I rack, All cloth, carpet, tables, ruin
sofa. 2 rocking chairs, ru lrrors, or., m
i lug lamp in ball and other lamp»
»ponge brushes lor washing wimh.wt
carriage», Ice cooler, patent lr* o
fret zer, »ausuge grinder
keitla. wash tub«, and wsshhg
DAIHT FlXTt'HSH—2 chu
tutw.one 1 tn*»l with zinc u
■ nitlk buckets. 2 cream kettle, lirai»
prims and l»dle, Scale», on« 1 h»ni' i*n
AI Hi I hit of well
f Un
'Ot
:.*
,,?f 4
f I
;
law
«1 «turftr.1:
red, ha in», ahouais
. pickled |»»rk, and lard, and Ini'
1 fte«*),oDe h«>at, »«11 and ai.chori. M:
many other articles, loo led
1
*Jmi
id)
Condition».—a il
« ot | 2 '>. mid
•I thxl miiiouiiL a <7t
ni out ha will he given hy the j
giving a bun Ruble note with a:»Mj|r«iii
llh interest from «lav*. v.<
HENRY U. MwMI LLU.
L. W. Ntidhum A Hon, Auch«
JHI 30 wfti
dot
of Andre
PUBLIC HAJ.E
Will be sold at public
liar in an
E.juire Farrle's Co
le,
.he,
•r aud
Peiicader ild.,
THURSDAY, February th«i 1 tn ;£i,|
Hale commencing
12 or,
One nay horse, Frauk, coin...g v
old, :i (In»* traveler and w ill « ..«* ::
kind» of harm-ss : one bay
roiulng eight years old Uiis >
g«H»l t rave.er.und work»quiet , kji>
ot tiurue»s and i» a Midetdid
8 h«jad of tlrNt « la»» mllcli cow -
1 will he In profit by «lay of »Hl «* .JSk
and oilier» springing, l two year w
mi* heifer, go«»l stock, tin«aJ|
s,Tinging. 3 yearling heiiers of pa*
3 shoal pigs.
Farming implements.-One arm
on. m go«»! order, 1 Uernnmlowu w
1 dugout wugon, 1 Yanwickle fa',
steel tooth lior»«i rake, new, 1
»heller, t roller, 1 grlndsloue, ; .a]
box, 1 whe« lbarrow, one large fe*-'^4
one mixing trough, 1 mowing
grain era* le. 1 barn »hovel, *
rows, cultivators, fork», rakes, n«»*.*■
on, plow aud carriage liâmes» ouliaflj
bridles, g'atn bags, barley fork- Ac "
half luiertsl of 12 acres of Wheat Ud
ground.
OUNDITIONH.—All *umioff»«*
der, cash, «ver that amount a on-dttoti
months will he given, by the p*^
giving a bankable note with appr*
three per ©eut. off for«** 6 ;*
Jar.h-fl
orser,
e«t from dau-.
W. J. LANK, Auctioneer
PUBLIC sa:
Will besold a public sale,
adjoining Chrlstlaaa Village, in J
Clay Creek Hundred, now occur»
George lA)Wls,«n
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY J3Ut.ll
at If) o'clock, a. m.. three head of
good work or driving horses. !» ja
head of good cattle,4 fresh • >wh, rTJ
2 coming ia profit, a two year-^j
old, with calves, •/ yearling«.;»
old, »ne 2 year old bull, extra »>***
chickens, one how and pU*. ni
kakm Implement* 1 .—Oneclmm*'
S ans and cans, one lawn roller.oM*^
I urn roller, one fa
dearhor* s, one York carriage,
cart, i twin harrows, one A *» ari
plough«, 4 cultivators, one horct-r
grindstones, 3 «els of double
trees, t <v>rn ahellers, grain fz'J* J
box, mixing box, feed chest,5 m'""
ne«*, one whee -rake, 17 c«»w chal 1 '»*
trough, 2 cred es and scythe».
machines, one wheat drill. ,
, and many other articles not t»«
LM
wagin'.
tioned.
TEU.V1N.-A11 «urn« of *25.
cash; all
:
■er that amount a 'J
months will be given by th** I' 11
giving a bankable note with »»PPL irj,
«lorser R. M.DHlf.rJi
akn, «.lH Ja
_j 8 ';^
HA L*
Merrick A Drake. Aucts.
PU13LIC
,A
The subscrlher Intending
Mock his sisters farm, h
»«»util or Humnilt Bridge, i
11c sale, on
TUESDAY. February
tils entire personal property,
consisting of one pair la
workers, g good broo«l in-u« «* •
ot willen arc with joal. H S 04 "'
work or driving horses..1 tw*'
old colts, excelle" rjji,
•k, 7 milch cows, part ,r *' ,-jij
young hellVrs, will he In P r ' ,m Y «i
sale, one 2 year old bull, * r * «4
Brady Cow. 2 farm wagons, R» » ^
hay riglng, one cult ing
Hletgh, good »** w 's , uThf i
rows, 5 cultivators,plough«.P»*' hh0
wagon haTiie««, bifdles, col'*« •
folks, aud many Giber thlug'*
tioned. ,„.u not
TERMS Or SALE—A 11
ceeding $20, cash : on «um« cxiy ftb
amount, a credit of eight m«®' u Dâfl »iJ
given the purchaser pc 1 ▼ 4**K *, gee« 1 "
noie w 1th 1 merest added, and
to be approved by the |» iilßö 4
Sale to commence at lo o'ci«** *
Jan3o*w
ji"* „ ,. r
•ill W'l! a - r
18tli,W»
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