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C. P. JOHNSON, Eimtob » I'bop'b.
Tub Daily Oazktti Is published every
aft*r noon (bumlay excepted,) at 41« Mar
ket si r««t amt serverd bj carnets to sub
»crlbers lit all parts of the city Hint
round it. g towns und villages, or six cent
a week, payable weekly. Yearly subscrib
trs, »a ft. advance.
The Ihlawaki G axkttf, established
In it w, is the largest and most tlourh-hii.g
weesly paier in thetdate, and basa ling, r
clteolation than any otb* r on the l'eninsu
Published every Tl umlay alter noon,
y. sr in advance.
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MAUCH IWŸ».
Suoitr Lived.— The Lottery' Bill
which was offered in the House on Tues
day, was yesterday called up and reject
ed.
The hill to convert $»SX),0C0 of the
Stale debt into 4^ ia»r cent, bonds paya
ble iu 1S90, paas*-d the House on Tues
day. This is a wise measure, and should
it past the Senate and our 0 per cent,
bonds be »*..« essfully converted, will
prove the most economical one that has
been passed foi many years.
Gene UAL Tekky, who is good au
thority on such matters, does not believe
bitting Hull will make an unprovoked
attack on the whites. Perhaps not, but
battles are frequently started by the irre
sponsible "bummers" of one side or the
other, and even a competent commander
like bitting Dull cannot exited to be free
of these.
are
It is perfectly ridiculous iu such men
_j Anthony, Coiikliug and Ilamlin to
tret and whine about tlie changes that
being made in tlie offices of tbo Sen
Tbey did not show a particle of
are
ate.
mercy toward the meu whose places
they themselves crowded into; nor hail
they any mercy cn the Democratic office
holders whom they voted to supersede
with Republicans. Their lamentations
should he treated with contempt or ridi
tula Miicli they certainly merit.
A GREAT MANY (IT1ZE56 doubt the
propriety of the City Council uudeita
king at this time the erection of new city
buildings. It is quite certain that two
buildings erect*il V|ith a single wall be
tween cannot bo so readily ventilated or
as easily lighted a.*» though they wet©
built separately. Thin matter will re
quire much considérât^ 11 by the Levy
Court a* well as by the .City Council. A
conclusion s.j important ought not to u*
arrive«! at without lirst ascertaining
erecting bo h buildings to
w
«• may not liml we have blocked
far as to render
gelhei
out the light ami ait iu
soimi ot tin*
w lious«.*s subject to
objections tliat are
against the old «>tu*s.
now
hilykr Remoneu/.atr».n in Eng
land. — 1 >ur earnest ami confident k, siu
gi«: g«'l«l standard'* contemporaries s*;vm
not to have h»*ir«i that the "Council « 1
the Ciiamber of Commerce of Liverpool
dution in favor of an
international agreement fur the lemom -
ti/.a ion of silver." .Mich
the late news
by leh'gram. Wes this change in Lng
land caused I»y contraction ?
Did not
the curtailment' l money, in thoticinonc
b/.ution of silver, take a
vay a gn at
part of the purchasing pow'er of the jkîo
«.*uld not such a state o\ af
fa
s prevent tlie sale <-l all prop«.*rty and
coiutuudiiies at prices that «lid not rule
lower, including also the reduction of
and prices of labor?
prepared to assert that this is a certain
consequence of demonetization—but it
looks very plausible. If Hier«; is just one
million of gold dollars in a city and one
million silver dollars to buy with, and
afterward the silver should be declared
not money, and gold only money,certain
ly there is less money to use,
that has the gold is enable«! to buy pro
putty
bis neighbor Was
petitor with silver.
lab
W« are not
i tlie
:h lower than he could wl„ ; -.
allowed to ho
a coin
The Democratic I'a
•TY camiot af
ford to be a party to any system of laws
that deprives tlie people of a right to
change their rulers.
Federal Election Li
, ,
It is right and
1 >|u th»". i s own members should en
J".vilie privileges of ufficu ami ollicial !
patronage when the party fairly mu-. . I
iu winning the battle of ballots, if, .',7.*
, «»i.i tin. I
® . " Le Deiin cratie jiarfy is the j
good oI the whole people. Xor should
the Democratic pally allow its inemln-is
to be hedged up and prevented the I,,',
, , ' ' , tue Hue
if the ballot until then- opponents
let down the obstructions and give way
because they have no ability to niak
furtlier resistance. It is the duty of n'.e
parly to act m harmony against the com
non loo until each member of the Demo
i rati i party has as free and unobstructed
light to the polls as any of their
uents.
cratic ci
This ia wimt tlie
iws were enacted I«»r,
a representative
i that they aie repealed,
•guud that these laws will be
Democrats when tlielr
ami it is tlie first duty of
Democrat to
Some have at
favorable to tlie
party secure*
another ret
pealed.
Democratic party i
power. Rut this is only
why they should be
We do not understand that tin
i
to seek tlie good ol
.is own members
nly.
!
OppO
And ibis is just what tlie Demo
us of both Houses of Con
gress has resolved
uPull. We hope tlie
maintained and tliat the
• attitude will be
President, seeing ihe justness of tlie ac
tion, and that it does not place tlie Re
publican party on an unequal ground,
will, as it is said he will, sigu the appro
pnation bills when passed with the re
pealing amendments, and stiller Congress
to adjourn and harmony and good feel
ing to prevail in all parts of the country.
At present the Democrats have not an
equal chance at the polls. The U. Is.
Marshals are all Republicans ami they
airest only Democrats at elections, ami
there is great danger of collisions at all
elections between the election officeis on
occasion of such aricsts.
bOUK MATTBlta that were considered
trifling during the inflation period now
begin to pinch in Pennsylvania. As the to
are efforts in Delaware to induce the
General Assembly t«» embark in projects
of a somewhat similar character, we
have copied from the Lancaster Exami
ner, a Republican paper of much ability,
the following extracts from an article in
opposition to the further outlay of money
for the maintenance of institutions that
held to be unnecessary and matters
of a local character and somewhat of
luxury. Here in Delaware we have
wisely concluded not to indulge in such
luxuries, or to do it very moderately. Iu
Pennsylvania these matters have become
oppressive, and the Examiner says :
"Reference is made elsewhere to that
fraud and failure called an Agricultuial
Why should it receive $bO,OOU
of the people's money f Then there is
the Morganza reform school, moved at
great expense irom Alleghany City up
into Washington county, it lias proved a
delusion and a snare, and an expensive
one at that—is in a chronic stale of dis
order ami mismanagement, and had Wet
ter be left to its fate without further bol
stering up by the State.
"77*0 military establishment of the
State costs $100,000 a year, and the Leg
islature might well consider if this is not
a rather large price to pay for the luxury
of playing soldier in time of profound
peace. The expense of our soldiers' or
phans' schools , fifteen years after the
close of the tear, is $250,000 a y tar .—
isn't it about time these private en orpri
ses were looking to some other source of
support than the btate treasury ?
normal schools bleed us at the rat« of a
hundred thousand dollars every year,and
will hear close watching. Finally . one
session of the Legislature costs the State
$50(5,000, not cuuntiny the $40,000 expen
ded for that monstrosity call* d the Le
gislative Record. This Item of public
expenditure is simply outrageous.
are
college.
Tlio
The Washington R st is actually ein
barrased with piosperhy. A little more
lliau a year ag«» Mr. 8tilsou Hutchins, a
poor boy from Kansas or some other ex
treme Western Mate, enteied the Capi
tal on a fisc pass. He started bis paper
w ithout a dollar, the lirat uumlier being
worked
Now
cheese press,
he is setting up a $20,UU0 Hoo jk*i
foraling press, winch will print hnlhsules
on
ce and butle r t-acli
of his paper at
street,and is threaten ii g to start a.Mimlay
>1 «aiition
the lirsl «lay ot tlie
a shirt
sell
Week. Mt. liutchi
with collars and cuffs Uetached, has
a hurei'-sboe s« arl pin aud a dog, carries
a switch cane, «Irives a pair of mous«;
culot« «l hufsss, and call h«* seen any daj
liob-nohbmg w ith Coi gresHuuii, w ho are
apparently willing to borrow money ft«
power in tiie
land. Early rising and strict attentit
to business «lid it. — Halt, (luictte.
wears
lnm. II«* is actually a
"1 li** lliirllor«! I ! I o i»«- in «n |.
Suthin'j hnoicn Y>t of the H'htrabouts
oj Gm*. JJubbara's JJuuy/iter.
IIahtfoud, Conn., March 25.—Ex
Governor Hubbard has not up to this
time received any communication from
Ins daughter, Miss Nellie Hubbard, who
elojM.*«l on Saturday w ith Frederick Sliep
i,an«l the wburo
much of a mys
tery as at first. Miss Hubbard i
I
anl, the family eoachnn
abouts of tlie two is a
ex
•ernor Hubbard's youngest daughter,
and is seventeen years old. Shepard K
about thirty, is rather pleasing in appear
and.*, and his parents are respectable peo
ple* living in this city. He ha«l been in
the employ of thu ilubbard family about
a year and a half, and before that
hackmau. ilis education had been
glected, and it is said Miss Hubbard be
came interested in him by helping him
to improve it. Ot late he had driven lier
ith unusual frequency. They were
mairie«! on March 11 in Westfield, Mass.
On that »lay Miss lluhhard said in the
morning that she was going to visit a
friend in this city. She was ,*
<M
w as a
ne
out
'ay during
It l*» not known that Shepard
Iiiailii any particular excuse lor his ah
» Le luai riage was kept a secret
from tlie Hubbard family until .Saturday
On Friday, bliepard told his parents
of tlie marriage, and after giving them
the marriage certficale and asking them
to break tlie news to tlie Hubbard fami
ly the next day, lie went to N-w Haven.
On Saturday while Miss JIubbaid,
Mrs. shepaid, was slill at home, the ei
lilicate ai.d a notice of the muiria"e ■
ilubbard. i fm latter
'pieslioned Ids daughter, who admitted
everytldng. Hater iu the dav Z left
the house ill spite of tlie sliglit waleli
! w hiiii h a «.l b«cn | laced upon her, and
w * ,,t b - v ,he , ' ou,, Ui
wl '. e " »Le met Shepard,
I Although nothing is posi»iv«*lv known
j of their whereabouts il Is beliewd that
l «"' couple Went lo New York City
' Wilil 1,11 * •*« limiter lo get
l"'" 1 ' ' , '" 1 f'"It w»* rumored this
cn oihi; that they had returned to this
I city and «ere seeking to elli-et a recon
I ciliaUou but tberepoit was found to be
| ' vll,| Ly * illiout Ibundalion. They have
i mmurnSn ,3m h! r U,e''pZZ:;'." l'
1 is a
llils
the day.
seiice.
or
•i
were
«•nt D» Gove
to New iJuven,
I«,
il talked
It
■wind singular fact Lliut Slieparil
romnmnicaled
ith
any wav
in> i»nr«.*hts or ,e alive* since he mlbr
liis iatlit*r «*f i he
it
marriage. Iu fad all
parties almw a disinclination lo coinnu.
uicute with each other and although
öLeparo s pnreuls had anticipated inqui
ries ft' in Governor Hubbard's family
liiere lias been no communication since
tbc marriage certificate was liansferred
to Governor Hut, liant. ÏLe latter lias
not yet made any attempt through tlie
police authorities to recover his daugh
ter, and bis friends say that lie jwrsists in
bis déterminai ion not to see her again.
PlnecluR In rmcaio.
A streak of lightning ban stnick tin
pocket of the father of Joseph Bon*l, of
Bradford township. Cbestor county,
to the effect that while in Chicago a few
• lays ago Joseph
by gum Morn. The latt**r let Joseph win
>u got to laughing
>uth. Having
fleeced oui of *4. r «0
$13 at first, but lie
on the other side of hi*
lost all of bis loose change, one of the
gamblers suggested that, if Joseph de
sired to retire that be might get at other
his person, there
handy. Joseph di>dailied tin* closet ac
cointuodation, ami, pulling utf his boot,
toe $400, with which
supplied to
$4A0 winged itself off »he young
man doesn't remember, hut il «lui.
Closet
iu«»n«*y
took out from ti
be bad la*
West.
Il«»\v tl
C'ohI lilincN lo lltNiinie.
Scranton, March *26,—Receiver Mc
Cabe, of the Pennsylvania Anthracite
Coal Company, has arranged to resume
work at the Phinney Mine lo-*lay, and at
two other mines next week.
dentist, claims
the jaw of
—Mr. Finney, a Loud«
to have found a filled tooth
an Egyptian mummy. Dentistry wan
further udvauced 4,000 years «go
Egypt than it is supposed.
—Don Carlos, who has '
heard of for some time, is understood to
be writing a history of his late futile
campaign.
— Milanese ladies are to present a gold
medal t«» l^ueen Margaret in compliment
to her presence of mind ou Passanaulo'H
attack on King Humbert.
—A German dealer in bird trimmings
for bulles' hats ha* tust received a com
dsad humming hints,
little
sigmuent oi ao,
HO,ooo corpses of aquatic birds, and tk»o,
(HM) pairs of wings.
SPECIAL yOJICES.
.A. CARD.
To all win. are suffering Horn the prr«>rs
ami indiscretions of youth, nervous wc-.k
»•«riy >i> cay . loss «-i manhood, a*-., i
1 a recipe that will cure you,
FREE OF t'H AhK This great remedy
discovered l>y a missionary In South
America. Heml a self-addressed envelop«'
to the Uk v JosKPU T Inman, Station 1),
Bible House, New York Lily.
dee2U-e>dA wf \
will'
SllKlilFF'S SALES
HEKIFh 'H ha LK.
By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ex
posas, te me directed, will be exposed U>
public sal«*, at the
HuTKL OF JACOB HYATTE,
In Newport, In Chrl-n»na hundred, New
Castle county, Delaware,
8
FRIDAY,
The -JNth daj of MAUCH, 1870,
tin« following described
at 2 «»'clock, f»
R«ial h slate, viz : All that, the lollowlng
parcels
described ami iin'i)tiiMi«si 3 lots
ot land and inarsfi
constituting
farm, situated, lying ami Ikmiik in Christi,
ana bumlred, N« w Castle county. Delà
lz; (ontalnlng lift y -live acres «d
ijoinlng innds o( M iclnud KInch,
land
William Himx, Henry Lulimore, C. Dei
rlckson
w«*M's he
N«>. 2 ' «»nUilnlng 3ß acres
of land.
John W hite
heliHol 'Ibomus Caldwell. deceased, land
late the pi opei ty * » r A. Pouls«
l letullng Hum Newport t* » liersey's
1 land belonging loTbos. Laid
1 »«4 perches
Fling,
Ijoinlng lends of Is;
, ImIhIh bclooglng to tb<*
it.«*
Mill.
No. 3. A lot of Marsh
Gort Marsh,
.'aliiali, .Iam«*s'J. Brlmtley
roa«l. «'otnainliig five acres
thirty perch«*s «»I
gelbe 1
the Great N«*w
IJolning marsh of K«lward
«I the
r«> niOdN and
iiiiuming alto*
mt nlnety-s«
. hu the sum«* inoM!
:
•nts are a large Irani«* ai d
sumo dwelling bous* , large trame barn
with stone slanting. Imme sbeUling, <•
crinb uo< t other «ni tltu lid mgs. also a large
barn thereon erect««!.
Heize.i und taken
property of Joseph H. L
Ki beccu A. Lyiiani, Ex«*
Ly nam, decease«! >
<lw«*lling In
all
In exisutl
the
be sold by
JOHN PY i E. sherlIT.
NherlfTz t f!lce, New tattle. Mardi 10
mario «sKtla
IsT ».
W AXTS.
U J ANTED—By a young
oniuiry, a situation
keeper. G«xei
cbaiu«*(er will In* given,
erate salary it «lUired.
office.
IKHII 111«*
book
clerk
i iearnn i* amt
a very iiMxl
"B'' ibis
febS
!d
J A NTH D.-- b'lne shirts
W
*
half dozen. In a
r lor «5 cents upicci*.
I • «
A goo;I
East Eighth
WM. MILLER.
lit guaianlecd. Cali
streei.
«I. «•:>*;- tl
AOlitivô.
N
TOT1CE.—THE DIAMOND STATE
LOAN AhmocJAJ ION offers
h. r»« s of stock tor hale; the firm pay meut
may be moue any time t«» the Secretary.
GEORGE MAKlH,
hu Hb Ip n y st,, 2nd story.
marl7-irn
1 .\M ICI: jour |»ro|M*rty In r. li*
ublc im tl Inn rat«* c«»ni imuirs
tlirongla Hi:A 1.1» A 4 O.,
liiHiiruai«*«* lftridt«*rs
? (iH)l(in lit*tis<* Ihiildiuu'.
marl- w. «lAMut-tf
C »*%NII r«'a«lj for l'arm or
f Lily M«»riKii<es lu miuim from
#300 to «10,000.
Il FA 1.1» A
Cluj l«»n IIuiik«; ll«i i 1 «| i n y.
marl.' w«*uAsul-tf
i V IDEM».— A dividend
1)
b een U«>
clared by the Wilmington A Phlla
«»elphia Turnpike Company ot thirty cents
per share, payable
aller the 10th
the N. Jb.. c<»rner of Front a Ur
JOH. TAJ NALL.
Treasurer.
unge Mtre«*lM.
feb7-2
N
uj iu*..-J. 11. KumroMc (him Laken the
management of the old ami reliable
hewing machine company—Bin Wheeler A
WiUon. 'I ins machiu«.* has been lately
Improved, and Im an entirely new maiiiii.i*.
an«l im known as the iniprovtd Wheeler A
Wilson. Jl Is tin* finest maUf* locn-Mlitct
hewing machine now in use, aiiu Iium ad
vaniag«*s superior L«> any other.
V\ e hope our friends will give us a call,
buy null) they have examined this
and
new mach me.
Our territory embrace* Delaware and
('lichter counties, l'a., and Delaware and
the East«*
.ore of Maryland.
. bill- office, at preHent, will he found at
Alter Ui« 2ßth of Mardi
• will t»e found at our old Htund, the
tiuildlug, No. 71 m Market Hlreel
»/■AiJENTs wanted.
street.
Garn*
EH. I'RIMROsE
Pit«» E. A. W. AAHINK8EN, aiUlOUHCC**
tliat he has loriucd
■ g« «! t<*
Onliesira. which
.ish n.uslc lor halls,
•m, at very i« asonahie
I,«
pi«!
rates. Addn
WA8HINOTON, JIOL'ME.
f. b".3
uk a well known
'iS at Store!
1 be lj| era Jluu.e Hal Mime, » 1 - M ark ...
•treet, w ni innove Maicli c;,ii, t uj
it
-11-1 Market »Street,
Adjoining the Gazette Office,
at the Op
Call
, „ Home Bat Store be
mre 25th ot Murch.imd secure tmrgalns.
Yeur* respectfully,
D. MCijLUSJvE Y.
auglDly
B oarding, witn pleasant
No. 4«i2 E. Heventh ■*-1.
rooms, at
ni24-»it*
B U A RD I* KH.—-Uenllemen boHrdcrN
he accornnoMiated, by the meal. dav
w«ftk, at304 KING STREET. J
mar J 5-1 m« MARY A. TO WNSEND.
•an
or
OPENING!
Saturday, March 15th.
13-300 Y^IRIDS
OK ALL-SILK
G row G !■« in
RIBBONS
No. 5, r> CENTS A YARD.
7, 8 "
y, io " "
10,121 " "
u
These Ribbons are of a pood qual
ity and at LOWER TRICES than
over offered.
BLACK GROS GRAIN
SILKS
J
75 Cents a Yard, a Good Quality.
87 & Cents a Y ard, a Superior u
$1 00 a Yard, a Sublime Quality.
Gninet^s
UNEQUALLED
Cashmere Silks
From $1 25 to $2 00 a yard,
Which for Beauty, Finish and Dur
ability cannot be excelled.
M. L, Lichtenstein,
320 Marltot St.,
mat U-ly
A GREAT REDUGTIUN
IN PRICES OK
Boots and Shoes!
DANIEL McCUSKEK
*
ÜHi U . Nvcoik! S|.,
Is getting in IiIh SPRING STOCK of Booth
ami .■-In »«■ s, wliu li In* will tM*at>I<*
a GKr AT REDl'l TlON tr.
m* 11 at
bis former
prices. He Wishes pis t riemts and tiie i>nb
Be m general to give lnm a call
delei mint.*«! on keeping
• Is
GOOD GOODS!
AND HELLING THEM AT
T > VV PRICES.
nmrT-ilA w3m
TO PHYSICIANS
—AND—
CO.WMERN OF
COD LIVER OIL.
Knowing from experience ihe dUNatlN
faotlon so often attending the disneiihlng
of many of the emulsions in thé market 1
would call your attention to some of the
features of IheemulHlon which I l«av«*pre
paroi and dlhix-nsed f«»r yt-nrn wlih un
varying zallBfactlon. The Oil used Im the
finest N«»rwegian and th« most
_ Hcrupu
1 ou h care 1 m exerctM«*«] In the choice of all
malarial and In every detail of its manu
facture. By careful manipulation thlM
emulHlon Is made with the Hinallem ik>h
slble amount of gum, and by the very mi
nute dlviMlan of the oil glohuleH Im render
•J very fluid and perfectly palatable.—
Each tableHp«K>nful contaliiR 00 per cent,
of oil and ß graliiM of UypophospMte
Lime. Hamplea will be gladLy furnish^
t«iall rhysinaiiM who may desire them—
Put up In pint bottloM, price <*i.
fuolurod and sold wlitilesai«* and
W. E. WILLIAM«,
Dkhooist.
Ninth and Market Ht«.
of
Mhdu
0*11 by
anl2-tf
WRIGHT KING,
SAIL MAKER,
And Manufacturer of
AWNINGS&V IRAIDAS,
No. 108 & 110 Market St.
* Wiliiilugtoii,
Awning Frames ftirnUDodand Awnings
promptly put up, repaired,
and stored,
st vie.
taken down
Canvas Printing in t| M} best
mariy-fim
FINE FURNITURE
w. & D, McElwee,
Offer lor Male,
large and carefully select
ed Hlock of
NEW & SECOND-HAND
furniture,
At llieir «lore,
NTo. 504 Tatuall Mtreet.
Goods will be Mold to suit
oetX-6m
1'UrUj axera.
PUBLIC Ü.4LES.
F
Lily Tax Collector's Sale F
The following personal im»|»erty will be U
expo*«*! at public sale, on \V EDN KHDA V, A
Apffl 2d, D7U. at Up i o'clock, a vn,»a»t l«th
and Railroad aveulie, 2th Want: Lo of
belting, 2 bolt culling machine«
planing tiiachlue, 2 slide lath«**, 4 vices, 1
lot of tools, 7 anvils, 4 irucks and 3 wheel
barrows, l oil cabinet, 1 closet and con.
tents, lot of crow bars and old Iron 1 wotk
bench and content*, 1 platf«
ter scales, 1 Jack-crew, l desk, stove and
contents of office ami drawing room,
grindstone and iraiuu, 1 wood lairing
chine*
seised and taken as the property of M.
H. Hlotsenhurg A fo., to satisfy city and
Hcliool taxes duo City. E. PKOVONT,
toar25-ls Assessor A Collector.
.1
I
£
d 2COUH
r
If
I X
'
If
J r
1 >f MLir KALE of the Grubb Karin
1 (later of Gts». Jackson,) on HATUR^I
MA Y . MARCH 29th. at |l a. m., »buri«, at
Kakmki », Tkickkks. Daiktmen, hu- i
UAK liMT UKoWllltH, Hi*ECULATOMS, I
AND JNVKHTOÜ8. ATTEND. !
the City Hall, W llmlngtoii, Del., wlthou.
^«Iponemei.l.wlU.dmw.l, or und.rbM ,
This farm 1 h located on the public road
leading !r in New CaMle to Newport,near L.*
Us Junction with the Hare's Corner Hoad, *
as lendlnKfrom and within about 3* miles {?,
of the City of W11mlngto . containing "
about lot acres,.! r*H»ds, and 10 perches, i J""
with a two-story brick bouse and frame
kitchen, and frame burn, granary, and
other improvements. |
This property is certainly well an»l prom
Ineiilly sltuaitsl, aud is mlapted either to !
general farming, «»r by Is proximity to
W IlmliiKton and New Castle, slid Its ao*
o-MKibttlty by near railroad rial Ion to Phil- _
adelptita, could l»e made protllable as a,
truck, dairy, or sugar-beet lariu. The
terms of payme't are easy.and It will be
sold. The sale Is upon the positive plan of
the subscriber, as continued lor twenty
five years with aggregate values or nearly
one million of dollars, without a single .
fairly »ml m,u»r..ly »» »'t- j

▼erils* d.
1KHMH.-A mortgage of fl^ncan re
main on the properly, being In tbo bands
«»f a party who only «leHlres prompt Inter
est pay men; the balance in excess of mort
gage to be paid as follows: One-fourth
thereof In cash when the property Is struck
off, and the other three-fourths In cash or !
approved note at not over three months, |
with interest, to be settled on or before Nat
lay, April Mb, 1KÎ9, when deed and pos
stshiou of property will be given.
J T. HE ALP.
Clayton House Building Wilmington,
Delaware, Agent to «fleet the Kale.
marzt-S
Bth
PUBLIC SALE!«
J
__ I
Will be nold at Public Hule, at tbo late I
rcsldenee «if L'liarlcH M ullen. de« cased, 1071
Weal street, Wilmington, on J In
HATUKDAY, the '.alii .lay of MAUrif,!,
«» p- ««« ■' »II* ,
w * ,M,ng
JANtMULl.KN.AJVi;
.. . A .r tl . n «.« , ' ,lp - r .P ower or Atloirn.y.
March ■»,»,, 1-7® -11
HATUKDAT, MARCH 29th, 1979,
at 1 o'clock, p. m.,
25 bea«l of Kr« sh Cows aud Hprlngsrs, a at
lot «»f young Bulls that have never been
In the dairy. Mime Kw<«s with Lambs.
A c red 11 of '.sitlays will Ite given. No
postponement on account of weather.— J
Nat«* to oorninence at l o'clock, if the.
•ather Is unfavorable, sheds t«» sell un- t '
yUBLlC SALK
i
of I.ancant«>r County
COW» AND RPR1NOEHH,
Will l»e sold ai Public Hale,
at the Green Tree Hotel, In
the Ninth Warn, Wilmington
Delaware,
I
j
«1er.
JOSEPH (iOODLKY.
.. W. Stidham A H«»n. Auctioneer».
rr II .1 ,t ! ii.-.m «-il.fi 1
S ALE OK COWS.
The Subscribe!
.t Public Hale.
. East Matlltorougb,
Chester county. Pa.,
MONDAY. APRIL 7, I «79,
At 1 o'clock, P. M. v
FORTY HEAD OK FRESH COWH
HPKJNGERH. YOUNG BULLS, and *
TWO llultNEs.
Also a lot of KW Kn with LA M BN.
t HILL A BAILEY,
Webb A. Nichols. Aur'ioneer. mar22-ln
'111
sell
Red
L
at
G IRANI» SPECIAL AND PERKMP
* TORY HA LE b>
•thin of a large
amt splendid collection ot elegam Jewelry
I f>luted ware, ut the Auction Ro«»m **1»
Mark«*t ftreel. Wilmington, I »«lau . v ,
commencing Monday evening, March 24th
at 7 ^ o'« lock, and afit.-riKHin al 2 o'clock,
coni lulling « ach «lay and evening until im',
stock is sold, b«*ii g the entire «took <»f an
«»M established retail Jeweler, who lz re
tiring from busmens, and which must be
)M*»lllvely sold. The goods are of the flue«L
«luallty, and will befully wuirante«!.
Tim collect {on Is very extensive, und
comprises, diamond earrings amt fln„er
rings, s«»litHlr«* aud in clusters, la.lies' and
gents'American and Hwiss gold aud sil
ver watches, tine gold sets, chains, breast
pins, Ac., Ac. Also, a large assortment of
phtted wart-ef tlie b«*st «quality In tea seta,
• pergnes, cake baskets, pudding dtsbuH.
!«•«• pitchers, salvers, Roger's broth er s'
knives, forks, spoons, A«*.,Ac.
1,a«lies are especially Invited to at
tend tills sale. _ uior2n«it
Is
1
the
un
the
SHIRTS !
In offering our
all
mi
CELEBRATED SHIRTS,
To the public, we would call your alten
lion lo the following points :
LOW irv PRICE,
of
Being cheaper than the Maine quality
cau be made at home.
Beautifully KlnlHhed.
Perfect in Kit.
Latent In Style.
Cut Length wise the Muslin.
The Seams are Felled.
And guaranteed to give perfect satiMfac
tlon.
Try them and you will buy
For hu le by
by
other.
C. S. MORGAN
ul 6
428 Market Street.
3m
GENT'S SCARFS
50c,
FORMER PRICE $L00.
w. n, COLE.
Men's Furnishing Goods.
202 MARKET STREET.
best
P KENTON ATAtffl,
_ f PRACTICAL WATCH MAKKR,
And dealer in
ALKKIOAN AND «W1.48
J\
WATCHES.
CLOCKH.JEWEHKY
HPECTACLE8,
EYE-ÜLAHHE8,
SILVER WARE, AC
NO SOß MARKET BTKEET
WIL MI NCI TON, Del.
Particular alien lion paid to repairing m
ail Its branche* ; also, changing spectacle
glaaee*. Ha* a good assortment or Klaas« ■
constantly on hand. *
Thepubllc is cordially invited to oall and
•*»raiue my «lock and earn m y priées
FOU SALK.
OR SAL
at this offloe'.
i*O k hALK—(in*
tooaniRll for uur
F u 'iZ
F
U
A
—A fir«*
Proof Haf,.
Inn,
'"dr. Bru,,, ~
-in
i^OK *A LK.
£
r a btore Pr<>p(-rt v u ....
and, good brick dw.-n J ' ' 15
oul-bulldlngs. " ■ '* s *'
«er»
1 atuiMS
. Price ».
Apply to KVaNüpi
f,oU9 - _ Eigint, I
A
N N I N.
«IUI \|
-I«
If OK KENT—Necon*. r
X 1« Gazette buluiu,* *.,* », r,,, 't n,
Apply HMblHonbv. Marlin
If cm kknt.-nh.m
J r Telegraph Build Ini» r '*"t i
imitable for office or H-wnbiv^' ' ,J %
rent«! with specini h.ii u ., *H
, APh*/ t,J EDWaibi \ lt
iei)22-tf. «miml „ .... 7. 'M*t
M
**??*•. * ^! irlo V 11 ,u u>.iV.'\|, r ', , * !l1
L.* , Id-. i. s ,r *-• -
* *.,, r ,.. * »f i* V
{?, " i ,? .Vàî p 1 " 1 * $u,i «Iii.k»
" U* V 1 MVf 1 V
J"" JiiL.°ri£ r t,u,ll *b'Ks n-- vs H r.:^
«rsi class rarm zrnik*« ri«,„, / '*
J*,." ' « ntral 3
froi ° W Im iikIoi,.
W. WHj'jV\ Uv
o«,., 6 , 14 !»^ ÄK l »'2 W. Kounj,
octzi- wAsu w W iin, , / ,. r ' f *<
/iKFll'K UF M..M
tlA, <
RF, A T. PUT l Tr nn«
*** ? " 1 A I E BRORTl
AU. 4 WEHT HKV'KNTn
(KxcbarikeHiiii.il.'
r offer fr.r kU i„ .. , ,i! J
dwelllUE* Mltiii.o i M I
No t À ,1,,,l "Ki'>i.
„»ne Uou.B » iti, l'wo ai : *
back buildings, w ith large Ir
hack yani, and all the
i
half
'"'l. mj.
nifliU, wail llttllüMiliiê .""W
No.i._A line zJïXlï"
Bth ilreel near W u.lnnti., , „ , "-I
Un,'' 1 '""" 1 "' SM " >"«1 , Ä
No. l-llpnullrul three
ibree-story back bml.lii.L
«tone corners, hltuub d
nue, containing r<»..ni
wltb the mode n improTenuMitT 1 ,JI
N«». 4.—A large ibree.si., r ,
tbree-story buck budding ». , „Ä 1
I»J3 Delawa.ea venue, I,,',"' !
with all miMlern I in proven >> û y
Mi. I y |, r
■ssi .mi at
urn .treetî teriÄ!! , r
ihe incd.-rn Iinpjoveiin i,t K u - .
side and back yard, and b. r
In fiont. IU 'l l0B
N L'', ,i T, 8 1 t wo '" lnr >' br lok»iwin, IWM
ÄÄ'JI'ÄK'-i
izr
^
Term» noromiuuauui,,
No . a.—Klim tl.r.»-.i„ry brick
No. 20: W «Ml street, with
ruent*, poss.-HMlou af one«.
No. 9. — Large tbr«*«-»t<>rv br.ckdvriii
with all the im «lern liiji>r«> V füi«nu
complete order, situât« «1 on .Maik-i.ui
between 12th and l.jib; lot i. n
No. 10 lirlck stab .h on w
near Market, lu g«>e«l 'order
yard back.
No. 11— Loi with gree
at the northwest corn*.
nue aud J«-fler»oii street«*.
12 —Kim* time amt h ba Mort
witli three-story back inn.. ..i
on Market street bet ween -
do«ir above Masoun Teinj .
t ' rn convenle
ntii su 1
niuUen. ,iopr
I ;l-ej).
wi:l « (
house
beikwirei
'•i.J
the back ♦ n.f „( i„[ »
pbyslcluii.
No. 13—Tbree-story btlrk.y. •
ket street, lot extending tl.;
l«y street, iwould take su:-i
»nt II local a
street,
l«H'Ut loti
part pay
No. tft.—Thr«*«* story brick,
Jefle
air«-et.
No. I«j.—Tnre«*-sior> brick, w -
Improvements No. 7«c iair• -
No. 17.—Tbree-story bjuk, : '«
uh 1 street,
N«». Im.-T wo-story brick
near Lovering av« nue.
N«,. 19.—2 two*story bricks or. Lo
avenue near Lincoln.
No. 2ii.— P ra m«* b
No. 21.—Hplemlld «1 w . i, i :. k * -
ton above Tenth, v*
yard, in e
both e
li . ;
•lient
ami wt «it .Mark
FDR Rh.Nl.
M. M. ('lllid offers l«»r
dweiHngs:
1er.
A •«' I.ALJ
•m u.c :*w «
'* IJ17 Delawar«* avenue.
" 1112 King street.
" id. r ) Delawareuveuu« 1 .
" 331 p;. Fourth
" W22 W. Fouitu street.
Apply to
•*-t.
M. M. CHILD«
No. 4 West iM
Jan2l-tf
»
« 4
S Ut
Russell I Si, Spencer
306 Market S
•Are offering Roiue
Special Bargains
IN
Black Cashmeres, Si
AND fancy
DRESS GOODS
SPRING CL0MÜ
In X aud c-4,
Ctieap
A FULL ASSORT»^
BOOKS, STATIONED
DAILY & WEEKLY
Papers & Maga z * n8i
-AT
Butler
420 Markct^J
DUNCAN BROTHEfiS^^
214 MARKETS»
9
loti«
receive-«* tt ,e
Have lust
Table &
CUTLER^

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