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DPI US*»!"'! njM'otPPc
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P. JOIUSUK, E»itob » Pmor'B. »billig
^■ii " — rr : polls
T«*n*ri.TU*isTT»i»i>iiidlsne<l every ...
nssssnw (Sunday e*ce,dsd.) hi 410 Mar- will
5lîïï?ln a ïn ÄIÄ "'.M k".Î " Mt
•■adln« town* »ml vinages, 'or »Ix cent < >f
«Nk, payable we*- l ' - iy. Yearly suhscrlb
m, «R In advance. it bas h larger c,
op «ban any oil. er democratic paper in Time»
Slat«. .
Tii UttAWAic (Jazkttk, ee'ablihlifMl idem
a 11» 4, la rke lançât «tnt moat flourishing Thayer
MetClb»»liV'Xiôï'u'riÂÛ- tie
a. Published every Thursday atteruoou.
t te per year In advance.
co
j would
'
larmg the Each jetties, at the South pasi
i'sss of the Mississippi, "one of the gteal
st slid most perfect works of the kind
ii the history of hydraulic engineering."
ington
Hllu
AIMIII. If» INV».
Geh. Deaukküard is quoted as de- parlies
lion
ground
Andre
tbat
he
gut
to
thus
Tub New Sooth Walsh Exhibi
tion.—A number of leading Philadel
phians have forwarded a petition to Pre
sident llayes urging the necessity for an
official representation of the United
States at the international exhibition to
»pen at Sydney, in New South Wales, in
-September next.
Popularity of tue Foui» Fkh
Cent Loan.—I t is said that since Mr.
Sherman became .Secretary of the Tres
♦ury he has sold $640,000,000 of four per
cents., and with the proceeds redeemed
six par cents, thus saving In future years
one-third of the interest previously paid
on that amount, and when the present
transactions aie completed he will have
sold $200,000,000 of four per cents, addi
tional for refunding live per cents., thus
saving one per cent. Besides he has sold
$00,000,000 of 4$ per cents, to redeem
sixes.
The Republican did not say much
about the "Hebel Congress" yesterday.
We expect it is only holding back to give
the "Confederate brigadiers" a Larder
slap next time. It has new to take back
all it said, however, about the "revolu
tionary" "riders," since Garfield has bean
driven to deny tbat he ever said such le
gislation was "revolutionary." Of course
it holds to its old notion that Senat». r
Bayard is still the same "rebel" lie was
in 1861, since he has declared he shoeld
vote with ids fellow Democratic Senators
for the repeal of the Federal Xlection
Laws.
John
render
er,
death,
of
and
so
■laius
abbey.
which
the
the
better
guage
that
are
is
man
ton's
aud
but
of
Tel C'itt Council w ill never cease to
get its.lf it,to ilillicultj with contractors
so long as th. heads of coinmitteas fail to
attend to making a substantial c<
and at* too indifferent to the pultlic busi
ness to ascertain their pre Ue conditions
With reference, hewe.ei, to the
tract tor tit* removal of the dirt from the
ntract
itie
the
COfl
of
■ he
olü quarr; lot by Mr. Councilman Knar,
there senti..! to ha no lielici
contract, and it i
the Council, when it makes
sney in the
manifestly liglit that
a contract,
alum Id se<* that it is properly and accu
rately filled.
s
N
•"in m it tee lias lh*
right to alter and amend
a contract ma le
by Council without the sanction of Coun
cil* Council itself h
I
fice
the
of
the
as no such right,
n"r would any contractor allow the
Council to do so without it i
\
•urred ti e
I
ri*k and expense usually attendant
such changes.
tl nr
Tiffs rule works both
way«, aud ii is perfectly ridiculous for a
man lo claim that a verbal uudersUnd
iug with a committee
or part of a com
mittee exonerates him from his wiltten
contract.
Fr
or
Council men are too old to learn to do
busiue?» by experience—fcucli experience
ought to have been in thei
possession
before tliej undertook to do public busi
ness.
Wao Lies Now?— We had all along
during the debate on the Federal Election
Laws, in the House, been under the im
pression that Mr. Garfield pronounced it
"revolutionary" to put a "rider" on the
repeal the8«
Army Appropriation bill to
laws.
<in Thursday, however, Judge Kelley
mail* a speech iu which lit said "Tliat
the system of putting riders on appropria
tion hills was, as lie had
id la*fore, vi
and to be repudiated, but it
not revolutionary, as had been said by
the gentleman fiom Ohio, (Mr. Garfield)
whose speech lay before him under the
title of 'Revolution in Congress.*
gentleman bad
ciot
was
That
experienced a thorough
revolution in opinion since 1872 if he be
liev« «1 t his actioxi to be
evolutionary."
It bad frequently been charged in de
bate and in the
i)L*wspap«T» that Mr
Garfield had voted for
appropriation bill»
iih rider, upon them .ml ti, at if it WilS
ilutionary for him to rote for ihe
such a hill contaloiiig these
yery election laws, how could it be "revo
lution.
not
"rider"
ry" now to repeal these )uv\s by a
*" Rut Mr. Garfield bail all tbe
"rider ?
while kept his seat and held his to
until Judge Kelley, fro
the House, charged him, in the above
language, W'lh auch scandalous and
consistency. Garfield, howe
ngue
id * r !
his O'a
gross
r, could
stand it no longer and he arose and ping
ed himself as follows:
Mr. Garfield.—1 had supposed that
there was nobody in this House tl at, at
t-iis !at«* day, would my that 1
«erteil that it was revolutionary to put a
rid»^r upon an appropriation bill. 1 never
in iny life. It is not in any piint
ed, written or spoken remarks that 1
have ever made and I supposed the gen
llsman from Pennsylvania, by a mere
iteration of such a charge, bas got to lake
it up second hand. I disclaimed tii..t
absolutely over and over again in the
speech.
It is hoped that the effect of Judge
ever a—
il I
Kelley'. »peechemlJMr. Gerileld'» <1eni»l]
will belplbt President to «ee tlial t| l0 j Krora
"• . I f lh
opposition to the re|«e»l of the l.w. e„- Mf
»billig troop. to be sent to the election j |tght
polls is mere demagoguery ; slid that he the
... it ss sneli when the hills are of
will treat it a. such when the hills aie
" Mt ,ü him f '"; 1,is sl « liatnre - , spee.-h
< >f .Jinitia Kelley'» tqwech, the Wash- j a8 i,,
Time» says :—"I am persaaded that 1 r**»- ; •
. s I , . » ii > •*>
idem B* ker, ef the l nion League, Hoyt. ( Äl |pt»
Thayer ami other» who became »o Iran-, fact*»
tie over the rerolutlonarj action of Con- >s'r
d D i ui , ttei i into the new rebellion of
anu P ,u, '# eu 11,10 ,
co ardently in their League speeches, j ca j
would have modified their deliverance» i
materially had they known how both who
aim
pasi i, llia |, a „d s i a t,-manlike primula- 01 , I ,
ington corraspondeil of the Philadeli hia
*.t
parlies had to be »Heut under tha dis
S
the
Grant
it
the
tion
the
strict
with
power
ed
the
which
and
Could
York
at
when
the
zens
which
tor.'
A'one
duty
state«
ly
it
ment
lion of the issue by Kelley.
Cyrus W. Field bought six aeres of
ground to get the spot whereon Major
Andre was executed, and on condition
tbat Dean Stanley would write au
iUHcription for the monumen*. And now
he aays : "I've bought the land, ami I've
gut the deed in rnv pocket, and I'm going
to have a stone placed there with that
inscription." The inacrip.lon runs
thus : "Here died, October 2,1780,Majer
John Andre, of the British anny, who
eeienngthe American lines on a secret
mission to Beuedict Arnold for the sur
render of West Point, wäm taken prison
er, tried and ooiideiuned as a spy. His
death, though according to the stern code
of war, moved even his enemies to pity
and both armies uxiurned the fate of one
brave. In 1821 hi«
so younc aud
■laius were removed to Westminister
abbey. A huedred yearn after bis exe
cution. a citizen of tho »tales against
which he fought placed this stone above
the spot where he lay; not to perpetuate
the record of strife; but iu token of tho
better sentiments which have since
united two nations, one in race, in lan
guage aud religion; with the earnest, hope
that this friendly uuion will never he
broken." Aud to prevent snyhody from
finding fault with this eulogum by a
Britisher, among the ether inscriptioes
are quotations from Washington
Hamilton about Andre. Washington's
is thus recalled : "He was more unfor
tunate than criminal; an accomplished
man aud a gallant soldier." Ami Hamil
ton's : "He died universally esteemed
aud universally regretted."
riot
*
right
»■
of
in
was
of
d
Thi Ciiinfpr QiksTioN tiss rather
dropped out of public attention of late,
but the negre exedus from the Koulli is
bsgiuhiug to revive itn discuaxi
w form. Ths Vicksburg lltruld, one
of the leading pape
lh a
A
in MmeiHMippi, in a
j«ut aitiel«» reviewing ths N
•ment from ns section, plainly do
ill reopen
»Uh
clares that if it couti
it
itie Chine
teufold force ; Cahfornii
the Chinese, but "if the South is robbed

imigratioi
questiol
tot
'"J
it
v 11, and,
vbat is more,
of her labor elm
■ he will have them."
st
Under apoifraif of Th
»hich
appears in tlia Washington Post oT Wed*
nchday, is an article whidi hegitiN thus:
nient of United States,
ivn: i*
(
whose portrait aiu'oiupanics this article,
s Allen ii. Thuriiiiii, of Ohio, who
Pres*dent pro fern
»«»re of i he United «fates Senate. By
utiou, when
«lential and
as ..n Tuesday chost
le
I
Of the f
here is a vacancy m the P
ntial office,
Samuel J.
A' Hendricks having I dled to
quality aud assume the dutirs of the of
fice to which
elect»«! —the President pro tempor* of
the Saua'e tiej-eines the acting Pi etude
of th*- United States. To this office Mr
fhurmau was yesterday chosen.
the
\
ther.
'résilié
is
s
e
I
'hotm
lie v
•re respective)*
a
THE MEN WHO ARE CLAMORING
FOR GRANT.
Fr .m the Nation.
Tl .ere is no Republican whisky thief
or corruptionist of any description, de
frauder of the revenue, bribe taker
bribe giver, wort hie
House
until editor, knavish contractor or ring
master, no jobber in offices or perquis
ites,
«ii*my of improvement in any branch of
the Government, who is not a hearty
d vociferous Grant man, and who >s
not now rubbing his hands over the
chance of seeing "i lie old man" back in
the White Mouse.
do
lazy Custom
other officer, rascally black
im
it
the
drunken loafer or gaieb'er, no
The Repeblicaii organs bave been
granted the sweat boon of another
charge against Tilden to ring tin* changes
upon. The relatives of the ex-Gover
have long doue a great business in the
patent medicine line at Lebanon, New
York, in which he is popularly supposed
to bave a large interest. A lot of tbe
stuff was tece ut 1 y seized «it various points,
because tbe bottles and boxe» failed to
contain tbe requisite revenue stamps,
with the exception of a few on tl
layer in each package,
nephew, not I'eiton but another one, has
been on to Washington to s»*e about it,
and »ets np the defense that the lit
cuied all the stamps tliat ought tc
been used, hut a n
Of courte the Republican oigat.s
ridicuh this explanation, and the patent
medicine business is in for a long run.
There is at least the consolation that 'it
is a relief from the income tax bushiest.
— Times.
vi
by
the
was
That
top
Mr. Tilden's
be
de
pi«.
liave
•ally clerk st«»ln
Mr
bill»
WilS
ihe
these
"revo
them.
by a
tbe
Fou tho third tum* since lift ascended
tlic throne the Czar of Russia has escaped
th** a.K» ssii-'s bullet.
above
One of lb.
• previ
'idlliaii,
ngue
* r ! olls »tl* uipt vsa-* the works of
the other was the. outgrowth of a dangt
What political signifi
cance attach* s t«> the affair of Monday is
not y«'t disclos'd. It is probably litt 1«
?e of the regicidal
epidemic which began with Uud«Ts at
tack on the Kmp ror William in May ot
last year.
» an e and Noeblinghave mat*** bad shoot
ing, and i
ant conspiracy been revealed. The Nihi
lists hale' the Russian authorities, but
this attempt does not look like theii
work ; the woulu-be assassin w as arrest
ed too easily.
oiis
•onspiracy.
gross
could
ping
in. re (ban a conlim
that
at, at
put a
never
piint
1
gen
mere
lake
tii..t
the
Judge
■Suce tien Moncasi, l'a.ss;
cas** has any import
a—
Secretary Sherman accepts $101,000,
000 of tlie $100,000,000 bid for 4 per
cent, bonds and declines to hold the fund
ing certificates subject to this offer. He
1 as issiwd a call for $100,000,000 of teu
fortiee.
Tfct Niilti «ml ('»»irm.
Krora IMN T World of Fri"»J.
Sensible men of boh pm ties w 11 thunk
Mf of K<Mllu ^ ky , f„ r the d.y
|tght which he, y«slerd»y, poured upon
the subjects bow ilvhatitif in both houses
of Congress, and for tbs esiilenee gi»en
' „ M ,i a „ d ,r K i.meniati»e
spee.-h , hat the e. a of ral hn al disenui.i.i
a8 i,, grav** constitutional quest: • in* I» »«
• - , , f
•*> tiwlertaking to consi er the law oi
Äl |pt» r *jg l ,|n f ro tn tlie poi» t of view of
fact*» ami rtas*.ii, ami whenevci Mr. b >ye
>s'r about this there can he Ijh I» douht
of lh '* IHS " e< Mr * Carl ' 8 ** »bowed ni»
thorough appreciation of the true politi
ca j ^nation by addressing h.iuself
mainly to the contention of Mr. Holies' u
who really represents the serious ulUMior
aim of the ltepublicans in this whole
business, which is to assume the Tlituai
01 , I , tr ,,| |, y t |, e p,,| <ra l (ioverinuenl of
S
to
».ale,
Kept
A
Tlio
■oily gone by in this country.
• tallied by him into
*.t
M . Fife was
it! 2
( t ill
Ali
• a
arid
ley
eaalerly
the
corner;
Sixth
we
ed
and
place
what
d*«-«
frame
follows,
Side
fro
S ate^leetions, wi ll an eyt <»l course to
the exercise of that control by General
Grant as tha military head of the Federal
Government, and in the spirit in which
it was exercised durii-g .he civil war in
the border .States, and under reconstruc
tion in the States of the Sout h. Before
the civil war there was no occasion to re
strict Federal authorities from interfering
with ballot-box* s, bacau»« no one ever
dreamt tbat Federal officers had any
power whatever in such uiaLtcrs, aad
certainly no Federal officer ever attempt
ed u> exercise any.
No lawyer except a very "stalwart"
has evet contended till recently that
the United .States could punislt offenses
which the United States had not defined
and denounced, ami still less tha'. they
Could keep tl e peace of the .Stat« 4 of New
York as a St ate. Said the Supreme Court
at Washington in Cruikshank's cam:—
"The very highest duty of the States
when they entered into this Union under
the Constitution was to protect ail citi
zens within their boundaries in the en
joyment of these 'inalienable rights with
which they wer«» endowed by their Crea
tor.' Sovereignty for this purpose rests
A'one with the States, it is no more the
duty or within the power of the United
state« to punish foi «conspiracy to false
ly imprison or murder within a State than
it would be to punish for false imprison
ment <
by
1H.P.
S
to
In
New
at
cribed
A
tnink
S ate
by
by
the
Isaac
ninety
frame
ings
rder itself."
.So sovereignty to punish an affray or a
riot or a breach of peace in Now York,
whether al the polls
* .ests alone" with New York, and the
contention of Mr. Robeson, that the
right granted to Congress in ths fourth
»■ ction of article 1 of the Constitution to
regelate "the times, places and manner
of holding elections" for Kepr» sentailvea
in Congress carries a power to pass laws
affecting tho voters at such elections,
was nothing less than a gross distortion
of the letter of the Constitution to effect
purposes absolutely inconsistent with and
hostile to the spirit of the Constitution.
lVv
anywhere else,
S
poll
publ
In
New
Tho
at
Heul
that
of
and
A ^WIDESPREAD, IIFAVY SNOW
FALL—FEAKS OF FLOODS.
Tkoy, N. Y., April 18, lb70.
A severe, blii ding ami incessant snow
etorm lax continued
ilirougbout cei.lral anti northern N
Massaclnuelts ami Ycr
**1
ce morning
fr î

k,
•* 4 .f.
t
117».
• iul incl
mont,
1er.
Clop
cm not sut!* r because tlie
backward.
F* ais ar** «
.» t«
pressed of
and Mohawk i iveis anil their tiihu ary
st re
lions freshet». Ti.e Hudson
S
*• very lii.h and rapidly rising.
In
A M l 'S HM ENTS.
1 HAND OPERA HO U ME.
( *
tloedaj B.veiiing, April 2LI
Messrs. M l ► liter >t Mi.hr lav
H Wl
The
One
»•er
.»• plea
wllh a
HTKKTLY FIR-T-fLANS COMPANY,
at«
all II h d» tails, W.
see«» ful
s Gilbert's
d all
lost 1 1
ENGAGED,
I.Y THE
-
MOKDAUiNT & EVANS
I
i i
ICns^ULT«*«! Coinpituy.
»Ute public that this
hfacil*.
A(llnl»Rl"ii and .\j
1 seats iif, cents, to he bad
» à Uo.'s llnse days
i
Mr. U shier ass
play a ffor«ls us m
•DIPLOM ACY. '
s. Has«
It'.F. Th»»
ch
did
of
>s |lf TV VI VI VT VV (1
the I U 1| H A I I H \
in I U Ij 1 ■ A I Mi !■ ll
m mm mm mm ee m mm mm
ad
QRANDOP1RA HOUSE.
Iu
S
K. Goodwin.I.
»ee and Manager
Of Park and Walnut Ttoaires, Phi la.
The Great Event of the Reason.
Friday and Sat er« lay Nights ami Satur
day Matinee, April 18th and ltah.
no
At
o«l
As prfsluced at the Walnut Street Thea
tre, where It wir visited by upwards ot
200, «ou people.
Walnut Bi reel Tliea'tre t
y.kniR ai»4 Hill's v
the
tbe
to
has
it,
run.
'it
h UpjH»» t*»l
•y the entire
peny.
»ion, adapted
Bardou, Eugene Nua and
To
fr«
»•*
i'r
HUCUESB BEYOND FKE 'FDF.NT.
TRAINED KHMiRF.B.
TEAM OF ► OUR RIB I* RIAN DOOR.
Pit TU Rt ' gt R A NOVEL HU FN F.RY.
AN ARMY OF AUXILIARIES.
Tickets
I <,W «»*• \
«1, six days
. at t. F. Thou
a « c.'h Hook
■ r.'polsr
s, 3.. wnd Tf cents; re*
Matinee Prie
Ion, ?fl cents; He«erve<l
api4-Ci
top
a. Tcents.
I Ad
c
pi«.
st«»ln
previ
signifi
is
litt 1«
at
ot
shoot
Nihi
but
theii
arrest
pi
li]
A HILL ASsOHTlVltNT
—OF
BOOKS- STATIONERY
DAILY A WEEKLY
Papers & Magazines,
-AT
Butler's,
420 Market St.
per
fund
He
teu
SHERIFF'S SALES
S HKltlKK'M HALK. . . .
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias,
directed, will be exposed to pub.to
sell
Lion,
Ckeater
Is.
S
to
I be
».ale,
LAKAYKTTK HOTEL. »41 Hblpley fit-.
Kept by John J. Dougherty, In the city of
Wilmington« New Ohm tie county, Dein*
A
SATURDAY,
Tlio 3rd day of May, A. D., 1*70,
it! 2 o'clfM-k p. m., the following tlescrlb.nl,
( t ill I' Mal* , VI* :
Ali thewe I wo certain !«*Ih of land barHu
e lot wlib tbe iwo-an ry
t MitualCil In Cblhlt
• a hundred, bounded and descrll»e.l «•
Ing at Die easterly
between Brown and
eta. at thedlutanoe of Ä3 feet
the northerly side of Coleman aireel,
arid the i oriln rli aide of a 3 levl wide al
ley opening Into Hix b Avenue; thence
eaalerly and parallel to' fdeman *tre«-t t>y
the northerly aide of Nutd alley He feet to a
corner; thence northerly and taralUl lo
Sixth a venue 4n feet to a corner; thence
we terlyand parallel to Ike Ural describ
ed line and Coleman Ml reel A) Teel to the
aforesaid eaMe.'ly aide of Hlxlh Avenue;
and tbenoe thereby southerly •«» feet to the
place of boalnnlug, «»o the content» thereof
what they may.
Helr.e.1 and taken I
properly of Cornel
ala, hlM wife, and t. I.« and to be «old
d*«-« r.b.t|
frame dwelling
N
to
■lo
of
Wav
Term.
tun
In
tlana
Htale
s» II
than
•CN.
recoin
follows, to w it : Beg
Side of Sixth Ave
Coleman
fro
i
.1 A
execution ah tlx*
Mellbenney. ami
w
Paul
by
JOHN PYLE. Hher! ff.
Hherlff's Office, New cam le, April ltlh,
aprie-eodta
1H.P.
S HEhIFi' S SALE.
By virtu* 4 of a writ of Venditional
Exponas, to me directed, will be exposed
to Public Sale, at the
HOTEL OF SA MUKL PEACOCK,
In Middletown, In 8t.George's Hundred,
New Castle Countv, Delaware, on
FRIDAY,
The 2nd dav of May, A. I).. 1H7S,
at one o'clock P. M., the following des
cribed Real Estate viz :
A lot of land situated in Aproqulnl
tnink Hundred, New Cas»le County and
S ate of Delaware, bounded and des
follows, to wit: On the north
by lands of William Wilson, on the east
by lands of William Ginn, decer
the west by lands ot .lames P. Kothwell
m the south by tamis of the heirs of
Isaac Gibbs, containing
ninety acres of laud, more or lrsa. with a
frame dwelling, barn aud other outbuild
ings thereon erected.
Seized and taken in execution as the
II, and
JOHN PYLE, Bberitf.
Sheriff's Office, New Casile, April 14,
Ap-l&-eodlw.
d;
hundred and
jiropert^ of Lydia R. Ruth
the
to
the
ll,
s*
lVv
HfCRIFK'M MALIC,
By virtue of «
S
t of VemllHonl hi
d'rected, will tie expossd le
. to
poll
publ
le, at the
HOTEL OF BAMUEL PEACOCK,
In Middletown, In Ht. George s hundred
New nantie counfty, Delaware, on
FRIDAY,
t*T
ot
e.1
Tho 2nd daj of MAY, A. D., 1873,
I., the following described
at 2 o'clock p.
Heul r.staie, v
All ifie und I
that certain >
unto In xppoq
*le*t sixteenth part of all
e or parcel
k hundred. New
Castle county, Do »ware, adjoin
of II. Davis, Be J Gibb . R.T. 1.
and olliere,
fiv.- a*
. P
of
k Wood,
«r.d ami
••».M. with
:
l"l»l
of land
wostory frame
**1
w
dwsll.ng, n
»iry,
«Ine, can i igelioime
id hh.dding
fr î
it and taken In execution
ly of David H Weal, and to be a*.id
JOHN TV LE. Sheriff.
the
t ,,p.
8h»riff's Offioe, New lui le, A prit
117».
i h
Upl Is «Hl|g
HKRIFK'H sal .
By virtue of a writof Venditioni F.x
S
•cicd, will he exposed lo
t 11i*
Public sal
if- TKt
In Middle«
FRIDAY, The '2nd Day of MA Y,
A . D.. l¥7tf. Hl i o'clo* k P. M
F HA M 17KL Pf-AC'»CK,
ii. In t. (
'« h und ml,
.u ty. «»elu
The following deKenb.sl Beal Esta
, viz :
•nlli part of all that
One u
»•er la i
a
•»•I »( hind h
». I»«
A pTMM|iitni mink bun
• i.
my, Delaware, ad
min
drill. Nea
le
W.
t land
iil»hs Janii
of ii
• V. i
. James Rotiert-, d
Ml Hie pi
s rimreii through the
!..
"1
ry Duv
ford, R. T
c* as*sl
k
II»
•ad
log
els
-t A
•out,Mining by »*<
<1 sixty-five ac
i. be tfic
me more or
e dwelling.
1»*KS, W
I w
ory !
•arriage I
• i»
-
ary.
l house lh»*
ere» le*l, th ;re
also a
hard with oilier fruit
I
ipple
J
i i
this
.\j
bad
.d taken I
propetly of Jos* nil West, Jr , deceased,
i liei ry Davis ad
Jr., decease*!) and to besold by
JOHN PYLE, Hherlff
sheriff's Office, New l>slle, April 14,
execut Ion
the
.•■elied
tniRirutor
«-si,
did
ad
aptf-codt*.
HF.KIFF'H HALE,
tiy virtue oi a wiIt of Als. Levari Fa
. l»i me directed, will ba exposed to
public Kale, at the
HOTEL OF HAMUEL PEACOCK,
Iu Middletown, ln Ht. Georg» 's hundred,
New Castle county, Delaware,
S
FRIDAY,
Tho 2nd day of MAY, A. I)., 1879,
At 1 o'clock, p. m., «he billowing describ
o«l Heal Estate, viz : All those two c
lam lots, pu C' H or parcels of l».nd sRuale
follows, to wit :
No. 1. All that certain f»
a** the Forrest
which Is Hiluated in Appoq
dre«l end New Castle county hn aforesaid,
id by a recent survey Is bound* d and de
ed as follow-, to wll: Beginning al h
ake at the enge of the waters
•wn mill pond corner for
and <tl laie John Lynutn , now of John F.
HI.it s; from thence with line of said Mails
south ä3Jf degrees eust»>3 8-in perches to a
last aforesaid aouth -«2»ie
43 '2- iO p* relies to a st»*
lssl al(»resald, south 4k degrees east ins
a stone corner for sal*i Mali-'
lands, of the heirs of John D Bird and
lands »>f James Doughten ; from thence
with Doiubten south *7 degrees wi sf M«-io
p*-rches lo a st«
ten; from the
t'-n and other
l»ei ches to a
ot
tract of
rni. and
and
land k
imink hu
F.RY.
in
N
days
Hook
KUlllH C<
re*
*r for said Dough
a inoolsaid
south 3'» » dcgrii'S
!
«■ugn
7 1 Ö-I0
i ihc Pino in*, sod
id; from thence w-th
viiHcud station hoiiUi
i Wi ft-10ij)erchi*s t«* a slake
sind r .i.d i. w
<!V , dignes "i
bv th*- m «le of
awl
1 Mhkoii. m»
ce with line
of V
a.. W..g
d ol khdi
* 11'2 per
•r i.s Iasi
I W 2-1 per
dd mirth 13
It
M »»I li
fr*
Van Wagner north 4 »i»-gr«-»H %
elusion mall while o»k cor
aftre-ald north 1)* degree
ke
»I
St Kl ft-1" perch, s to ll htHke
afore* id
deg ees
N I
.ll ft4
egr* eh
8 •
ke In » lln«
Imi.«I I nt** *>l John Ginn aid tli.-rew
n»»r h 31» de». r< ♦ h . hkl 7 :'-lu pi-ichoK i
r for ►>. id
on hi d a II
»or h 7* degrees
Ki.lepoM
i
11 Ii
K
ItlfliC*
«i G I
i Bet k i
»It
Mild (
I wn.
2k 3-10
Raid Be* k
• KI ...I, 7 I,
mers of il.»
wlih the
îwH h ihe
i
oru. 4. j» degree**
I !
. by lh*
et
to
i
». ft
ill p»
L*N Id
*rs iliKieof and hli.d
he
in
1 distai i
to the plttoe
h*
Kl ulna, coiduli.mg
1.3 acft*K 9G i*e
• III.
td »»»Minds
»« dvvt-lllnu and j
buildings then
fr
erte
ted.
Helz* <
a ken in execution as iiu
property of PasKmore H. Mit« hell und
Adallne, his wife, and JamcH WllHoii h d
Mury A. W lison, t t., an« to be *. 0 ld hv
JOHN PYLE. Hberiff.
Sheriff'll Office, New Castle. April 14th
apic eodta
and
1*"79.
I?OK KENT —Hecond.story front room
X m Laset te bu I id Inc, 4J» Market street
AfplJ at this offiee.
PUBLIC SALES.
In*
what
-ears
Otters
with
lie
lma
and
rial
AI.K OK row«.
The «ii been ber» will
sell at Publie sale, at Bed
Lion, East Marlborough,
Ckeater county. Pa.,
MONDAY, A PHIL tint, Iff?».
At 1 o'clark, P. M.,
FORTY HKA1) OK FRKHH COW«,
SPRINGHUM. YOITNO RU1.I.M, and
TWO IlORMFsM.
Also »* lot of Ev\ KH wiili LA M 14«.
HILL A HAILEY,
Is. W. Stidham a Aon, Aort'rs mai 2? t
S
Ä
rlMKH
• "
LlCMhse APPLIVATIOM*.
t.<
N otick.— i, chiklkh idvrh. do
hereby *lve aotice that I shall apply
to the Judges of the C
■lo
Htatea Delaware, In and for the county
of Naw Casile,
Wav next, bam g the Hint day of the May
Term. A. I»., iM7t, for a II
tun or tavern In the village of Klulng Hun,
In hchool District Non. 2» and 7S, in ChrlM
tlana H l. in Ne« Cas le coan'T, In tha
Htale ot Delaware, witti the privilege to
s» II into«Icaltng llqnora In leMM quanlltle«
than
•CN.
recoin
Kl
_.
not
from
N
day
rt of Uaneral se«
ca and Jail Del I very of the
the P
D
lay. the l'/th day of
Mi
inh to keep
ik on the iiretnl*
peelahle eUlaens
quart. to he d
d tile following
id the NaId application, to Wit ;
mm Dougherty, * nthony Dougherty
Donanue. Patrick T<
Hamm! Davis,
K P Conner,
John Moor,
Thema« Toy,
James Toy,
i
.1 A
Bernard MrIIugh,
James (irorr.
w B Dougherty,
Paul nogait. Jr
Thomas I^hwI
Paul Bogan.
CHAULES UEVER.
apt7 31«
. a.
4 be
time
N
Keno, Nev., in A.hes!
lime
of
a
14,
a
_
I m
an.l
and
new
the
Taa
N
THF. ONLY HAKEH
That Proved True,
Facts are Stern Ihings !
The Champion Safe
(Reno Gasette, March 4th,]
A Gaxette reporter baa been »
the «lay In Inspecting tbe »afes
from the ruina, «ml In gathering notes ae
to their condition. The result of »he in
vestigation provee beyand all doubt that
the Hall safe, inaiiufaciur*rt In t'lnclnn
ll, Ohio Is the most reliable safe repre
s* n»ed There were safe« from half a doa
differenl matiufecloriee in »he fire, and
their content* w* re in all Magee betweet)
•rcli and utter ruin. Some bad to be
*kers cut to pieces with
pend Inc
rescued
le
blown
sms eU; Rome wrrs a muss of broken piss
d warped plats«. Other« iteemsfl
iV«, while within there
Horne lost knobs,
ihlnatlwri completely
the Hull's saruopen
cblsel, and >bs
wholly untouched. Tha
s safe , Dali's) lay In a
■ wm cl i a sire»
Ing for eighUeo
as it cooled ofl Mr.
Boyd opened ll without the least haslta
lion, and the contents were
s A-fi had a Utile
s in ihe holtest
d all
I*eo.
t*T
rid on tbs nulb
was nothing Raved,
ot he
upset, in «
e.1 without a nammer
contenu were
CoOBty TreaR
s«snfeombusil»»leN up*»»
ln*<t the
>

all
for
oil
of b

hours,
«X
<»*>d as
all ware
r the'two |
ay Hunday lay in
Is or hf*« saliMiit heat'd
the r* gu 'h lion Hebrew
ac*- pitch, by b >ruing hrHiid.v
aim! whisk v . at d wlien If w»n opened yes
terday afternoon, he found his money,
pap. if and biMit.s hardly discolored.
f,
new. M»
w h oil
vioiiR hlK 111«".
the hi
the
ell l
.
•iiil
h
•*1
F.x
TtLEGRAMS received
lo
- j»y ilie —
Y,
Hall S&fc & Lcck Company
ml,
Ks no, March 3. pffy.
and Burglar Pro* f -afo
wan oi*eue*l this morning, iho Bolls an«t
Locks working In perfect order, foutent»
wholly
Your larkö FI
:
that
1». A. BkN opr A Co , Bankers.
ad
min
Ukno, March 3, lrffi.
k
Dur Hall's Saf<* wss li. a fire of Burning
>11 for f ignueii Hours ; ihe holiest fire I
w. H .« fr op<'Bu<i readily
ms In splendid order.
log
els
H, BoTI),
County Treasurer.
or
Hkro, March 3, >870.
No. 18 Ha'«, helot ging to
«1 Its coni* nts
|ectshap>. Hafe opened without any
David MoFari.aivd.
a
fruit
Y
\ baa
uRi ocen opened,
J
14,
the
trouble
«-si,
before buying Mafes of second*
nk»; At decidedly
haild dealers. Wh will
lo your ad vmilage.
Hall's HaTea and Locks are the Best In the
World l
HALL'S H 4 FR AN1) LOCK CO.,
Cimlnnati, New \ ork. Chicago, wan Fran*
cisco, leoulsvlile and Ht I*ouIh.
Hample .safes In store and Informal! m
furiiislKil by the Agents for Delaware and
Maryland.
Fa
to
FLINN A JACKSON,
tlw Market street,
Wilmington, Del
sr 4-flrnoR
Carpet Department.
G. WORRELL.
de
al h
for
F.
Mails
to a
-«2»ie
ins
Mali-'
and
thence
M«-io
of
and
We have
w In Ht nek and In almost
dally receipt from the best carpet mille In
try, a fi ll line of new and hand
some styles of alt grades ef
the
BODY BRUSSELS,
in
Tapestry Brussels.
Ex. Supei Ingrains,
SUPIRFINE, MEDIUM,
COTTON CHAIN. DAMASK.
XV eta and Other
CA HPETINOS.
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
BUGS, MATS, WINDOW
SHADES, FLOOR LINENS,
STAIR LINENS, Ac., Ac., Ac.
«■ugn
Ö-I0
sod
w-th
hoiiUi
slake
W..g
khdi
per
Iasi
per
13
eh
i
11 Ii
N<'Tl- - We
lion from «hose
log. wl.tlhei prepared to poidia*«
cordially Invite an Ii spec
«* v li* » onlt inplate tun IrIi
not.
ItlfliC*
wn.
3-10
Be* k
7 I,
il.»
the
ihe
G. Worrell
l
820 k 822 Market Street,
MASONIC TEMPLE
h*
»»»Minds
an«
erte
iiu
und
h d
14th
eodta
Ke uotion of Coal.
GUO. W. BUSH A SON, VrM,b
street Wharf,
Will aew Mil lk«1r aesxeelleë tkeaan
•leak Ceel et ike fellewiag eaak trieee :
HkOKKI, Ml AND BTOYB,
NUT,
room
street
$i.(H
_
1'hi La Bki.lb mi., '»It
In* (a Kreuch r hem ici ?'J ,JI "s-bri W
what the bind no, p ,„ lh ,. I.J
-ears 11 enstiiei the i, " M ? a '*>t« -
Otters mutant u-^er i,,,,., 1 u>
with co vim in.ubic, t,,. r or
lie would be put (.<» m .. .. I'»ui» i
lma written. Ti.#
and absolutely « «
rial Wlliioui a l>|
t
« r
■•l.
v
PVIMK
"'•'HhI,
"S ho
if
»
I,
ïh. Ins' ,
d'
I
rlMKH <111 r, I i i
•I J
«M* IU
7
I*
WlihOllt Wkle
■'lijf
• "
-M •
■ I
'-VI
t.<
id
h - * f the II
r# »fi|
i Y
net. ll: ^
be pape i . c
de« auUiorlxei
aware.
Add
Wllinlnah
has. VV
' hg fcM j,
:
do
tha
to
Kl
1 a
•"•«ing
-Jut-la
"Sri Ü** , ""»Ha!,«,
. ÜWIMsKKP.rSTKHj I
_. a P « I L. I ITU. I-ro i
The rnanageni have thud*, 1
dividend, at the rate of liv. L , llr ^»
num for the la-i k | X ino.itu ! l I*
not wiDidrawu are reKard.*i
from the flr*tday or April V** 1 *
emit,* 1 1° partie, pau™ ^,,, ^
api.«, ___!-rïÜt
N OTlCE.-MichaMcs' , "
Hon oflVrs „„ hlxle
«Inc*. First psjlniml on ll„.,„ ,V
day lu May. Anpucm M ' [''"2,*
apll-endtr „I
Chas. W. h
>n, Del.
<W,6H
the
D
VIDKM).
A KTIMa
of
N
•»
OTICK —1 lie Delaware l oai
. a. i'°? now offen» newsuxk
4 be Oral payment may r w ^
time lotiiesecretary (|E(J c
aplO
N
A 1**11
for*;»
• w
»01 skipiey St/'inifjj,
OT1CK.—The WilningUrii
ciallon now offers - n
first payment me
lime to tbe Secretary
mar3l-l
a
W bUjsk for
b* ruivip ki
JYO. i . MaPIa 1
w liipi«T Kt .i"
«JTICK.- J. H. Fiiniri
_ manag. in. nt oi in« olü
.«win* macniiie comp»ny_a, e
Wilson. Ihi. martin, hs,
I m 11.11*1, an 11. an .n 1 ,r.ly m jT
an.l I« known a. IU. Impm.rt * ..„1
Wilson. It I« the nne«t mini, w,
wing nia.hln« unw In u.r,anu hu
vanta*.« «U|«Tlnr to mi; nin.r
W« non« our friend« wdl 41,. n ,,.
and n.l 6uj- until lh.Jh».e..louiwn.
new machine. "
Our lerruar; emhr.o«* Ims»,« ,
Chester eounllM. Pa , m.U 1."
the Kadern «gier, of SUryl.ml
Our idBr«, at prwem, win hefouos
Taa Mari.l mrse 1 .. A Iler in. ais „I tu
neu we will li. found hi our old ,
Oarrelt riulldlug, No. l\t M«r,.i,. rw
AOKNTtS VaNTKIi ™
J-H.PRIMKihj
N
tian taken
!
ae
in
that
doa
and
be
with
Inc
febfl dtf
FO U BALE .
FOR SALE.
Ose HflQirel auf FonM
piss
there
>bs
Tha
In a
Mr.
Hun.ooii
WilniliiKloss (ll.
ia uccordancs witk as onhntDceiw
April igih, 1ST», sealed prop.isai- w.ll
isceivrd at Pis offln- of Hie tilv Id*
• r, ei.ttl 4 o'closa, Wednesday, Aprili
band red and forty-A*t
, Wiini.RKh
per annum, i.syablesetnM
the fi'Nt .iu» • of May tod î
varnttsr, clear of all iax*a «1 by
SUàis«»f Delaware *»r the Un dad «'.ale
JI>see «ronds will l>e «lue ad
follows. Five thou*
first day of Nov#rni*er. »M. ml
Lkoiisand «toiler
vernt>erof each and e
until the whole aruouii'
for
doll
City Loan.
«X psr
nuall v
as
ware
in
heat'd
hrHiid.v
yes
money,
the flr»si oay of
•*1 ■
(For a safe and pt
for t
lAlitl.t
ktees or olt
pi payment of intereht,
nlfl
e;
tier.)
e Uomrn tU-« r-wr
right to reject any or ill bids.
All bid»» lor the at>
'•Proposai» foi City Lot
to John Guthrie Uliairmtn off
litre, Ully '1 rva»urrr *« *.fb*v.J
tngp*n, Del. FRANCIS MM tS
aplS-6t
8 Ina
1
fcir
pffy.
-afo
an«t
»Ul, 'i*i I
1 . OR SALE. -The |»k»*J
4 flxiures *.f a well \
Satisfactory reaso- ■ givs
ply lo J• J- hM »Tit
r*. W. cor. Broad and Waaln K'fn*
api'2,itj. rtnum
» .'OR HAL/ — A fire proof is:*- -'A
at this office. "!»
lrffi.
fire I
LlUlt BALK OH HEM
J; F rani and \> est sir*-' t*« -MG
W. lt.OAlst
>870.
any
baa
d tx
Front
feb22-tf.
LioKttALE. . tl
l 1 A Store Property, w> ltJ 18
land, good hr lek Uwellir»l"» u# *
out- hu l hi lugs. Prtcei3,wjo. a
A pply to EVaNH PENNINuJ
ocim _ Eighth an d Mw-jj
nun hale - a hign y inirçjJ
Jr of 103 acres,!n While tlsj^rs»
ured. a 11 enclosed In UhbK »e»
vlded Into five fields, latum
chard in full hearing. I/uonc
Joining the fs.rm. IIundlüea—MJJ,
«Ion .Double Tenant iiou-se, Harn,
aad ail oiler buildings
first class farm. X miles ir"» 1
P. W. A B K. K. Centmhfgf
miles from WJlndngtoo
B^iK.urêa'i.ïW.Koja*'
second*
the
Fran*
m
and
Del
OCt21-W«S£R«l-W
1 ;oK RhNT—KMoral •«•'* ft
r Telegraph BullUlcgi ■ *® ( 1
«u Haiti« for «.alee or
It« rentetl with u,"na1^
Apply to tliWAh p
fab« tf BMO0lyUS;
almost
In
hand
FINE FURNITU
W. & D, McEW
auJ «sretu^
OffSSfO».»!.,.!»«,«^
Ac.
NEW & SECOND-HAj
FUKNlTt 1 ^
Al tksir
Vo. 504
Goods will !>• * old
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ml ae»!« *
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Ml
■uit P 1
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WAT CI
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spectacle«» hS l B ,
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.il It« tir.m b.« , *, ,,. l r.i» rtl
gl«««««. H««
•4}ii«uuitiy on >»** ;._,!, Hi vl ^ P r*
Tire public I« raïF
«x.mtiie my «io«« *" a ^
spec
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not.
l
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