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on 7 • $500 Reward! We hereby nffer the above Seward that no House in this City or Philadelphia sell Clothing as cheap a, NATHAN LIEBERMAN'S CLOTHING HOUSE! GREAT FALL IN PRICES. .» E We are Dete> mined to make Our Large Business Larger, by making prices Lower than Great Advantage over our [competitors by pay ing Cash down, therefore making a discount which we are perfectly satisfied with as our profits. He defy Competition. 82 50 - 4 00 A Man's Working Suit A Man's Heavy Business Suit A Man's \ Wool Suit - A Man's All Wool Suit A Man's Fine Wool Suit A Man's Diagonal Suit A Man's Fine Woisted Suit - A Men's Tine Taft J'weeden Suit - 14 (*, A Man's Finest Quality Black Cloth 5.75 9 00 - 1» 00 11 16 -15 00 $2 CO - 3.") Suit A Bov's Suit - A Eo> 's School Suit, % Wool - A Boy'ft All Wool Suit - ABoy'ftFine All Wool Suit - A Boy's Fine Worsted Suit - - A Boy's Tait'i weeden Suit - A toy's Fine Blue Beaver Suit - A Boy'ft Knglli-h Diagonal Suit AOhild'n Nice Suit - ▲ Child's % Wool Suit - - A Child's X Wool - - A Child's All Wool Suit - A Child's Fine AH Wool 8ult * 4 00 A Chnu'ft Fine Blue or Brown Cloth .'-ult ---- A Fine French Casftlmere Suit - Wa adverti«e these prices knowing that other bouse can buy them: cheap rs we sell them. We hare made our BOYS' DEPART MENT i.ARUKK by adding a room 30x40 feet. We ask tbe house and see w NATHAN UEBEHMAN, THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE, SOUTHEAST CORNER Fifth aud Market Streets, WILMINGTON, DEL. 6 00 - 600 7 c3 - 9 00 10 oo - #175 2 00 - 260 3 00 5 00 6 00 people to look through our rliat bargains we offer. STOCK QUOTATIONS Received by Telegrspb, HCAl.fi ft CO., CLAYTON HOUSE BUILDING, WILMINGTON, DNI . Time 12 mu, October 9,1877 *07, D H.T.O. AHnd. ■ V. St itrle, 1« X J4* 71* Lae Share, 4SX 47 10*X •Mk Island, Suodk Miss. rtcldoMiut, Vfwtar. Union, St. Paul. 24 a 82* 41 Tl* Pren •4 •W.hon nec'ps, fjnion Pacific, renna. *aW|i" t V» r 'T> Lehigh N** Omtral Train. Fall* A Erie, H. J. Oantrsl. •it. Lack, s nest, Mloh. Centra 1 . Dst. & Hudson U51'« Oenpon, sox MX t'X 51 42* 109* 0 20 f 65, " _ . f-20,'65, New, J.ftJ 0 20,'67, Coupon, 1-20,68, *' ■MO, " Currency 6's, New 5's of 'si, 4W Registered t LOCAL STOCKS AND BOSES. Wilmington Coal Gas Company National Bank of Delaware Union National Bank first National Bank Farmers' Bank National Bank Wil. and Brandywine Delaware Fiie Ins. Co. Delaware R. B* Do. Delaware State Bonds Wilmington City 6s Wilmington City 5s New Castle County __ Delaw a e Railroad, first Mortgage Delaware Railroad, extension Delaware * Western R. Ic, 1st mort., Wilmington Passonger R. W. Co., do Masonic hall Co., bonds Masonic Hall Co., Wilmington ft Northern 1st mortgage 105 107 1 110 , 106* M3* 93 110 42 60 49 tfi 31 25* J<>4 1C i 109 102 101 17 lto 100 25 Ihe Wilmlmffion Market*. The following are to-day's quotations of me wholesale prices in the Wilmington mar kets, as corrected by Hlghfleld ft Morton, wholesale commission merchants, £07 King street: FEATIllRB. White goose per pound While and gray goose per pound - Duck and goone per pound - Chicken dry picked per pound Ghlcken bcalded per pound - r&OTlSIOMS, Ham plain, per nound Breakfast bacon plain per pound - • JO* Bacon shoulders per pound - - 7* Bacon clear sides per pound - - 9* Loaflard per pound - - - JO* Mess pork per barrel " • *15 00 vuuikvr aud sees. Spring obtekens per pound - Uklckens old p p r ponnd Bags by the case per doz. - SUTTKB. Choice taVe per pound - - Bxtiv choice per pound * Po. bakers' nse - - - TBOlTAlLIf, petotoe* r*'* ^ " Sweet potato- v per bssket - • *JW40 Tomatoes per basket * 4 <6 to . 0 Onions per basket - - - Cabbage per barrel - • 60 to 75 VBU1TS. Apples per barrel • • fII#fcofi2M n •* per basket * - - 40 to 50 fttaohes perba$ket - - il 00 to 13f Drape* per ponnd . • - - 9 to 5 Pease per basket - - 70 to fil 00 «JStecKper basket - - "to91 JO LdBtohs per box • - 17II to §60# ro - 46 40 - 7 4 12 * - 12 10 • 20 to 21 M to 38 19 - 60 SHERIFFS SALK! j^HEKIFF'S BALE. By vbtue of a writ of Levari 1 me directed, will be exposed to Pu at the Lafayette hotel, 84i bhiplk% p. # kept by George W. Ortlip, in the Wilmington, New Castle Couuty, Delate, ;ias, to | bale, of on SATURDAY. \ The 20th Day of October, A. D., 1877, \ at two o'clock, p. m., - the following described Real Estate vis: pieee of laud and Brick Messuage thereon erected, Bituated In the city of Wilmington, bounded and de as follows, to wit. Beginning on the westerly side of Mar fret street, at me di - tance of 71 feet 2* Inches from the noith erly side of Second street, at 49 feet broad, at a corner of land lately sold by the said K. L. Rice to Morris Dickinson, thence westerly and parallel with Second street, (and passing •long the southerly side of an alley three feet in width and 87 teet and 5 Inches in length) 117 feet 7 inches totlm easterly side of Shipley street, thence nostherlj along said side of Shipley street, and across the mouth of said alley 20 leet to land of Wil liam B. Sharpe, thence along said laudeast erly and parallel with Second street, 62 feet 7 inches to a stake northerly and parallel with Market street, J5 t-2 Inches to a stake and easterly parallel with Second street, 55 fee. to the aforesaid side of Hi hi lot s*reer, • ud thence thereby southerly 21 feet 3 1-2 inch tothepiMceof beginning, be the eon tents thereo,'what It may, with the brick bul'ding thereon erected. Seized and taken in execution as the pio perty heretofore of William Ta'nall snd wife, but now the property of W ill lain Sil ver, grantee of said William Tatuall and wife, and t. t's. and to be sold by ISA AG GRUBB, 8herlff. Sheriff'sofioe, Newcastle, October 1st, A. 1X77 oct4 Ail that certain lot scribed AAiSsAiM £ 'a O ALE, D By virtue of a writ of als. Levari Facias to me directed, will be exceed to Publlo Bale, at tbe HOTEL OF WM. B. HOLLIS, at Townsend, in Appoquiuimink Hundred, New Castle county, Delaware, on THURSDAY THE 11th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1817, at 1 o'clock, p. m., the following descrloed Real Estate viz: All that certain Farm,Plantation or Tract of Land, situate, lyiDg, and being in Black bird Hundred, formerly a part o Appoquinl mink Hundred, bounded oy the publlo road leading from Taylor's Bridge to Flemings' .» ending; by the Smyrna Creek; by tne irthwesL branch ef said creek; by lands of James G. Lattomus, and by lands by Catharine Msiiley, as tenant In dower, contftlning One Hundred and Sixty Acrr -, be the same more or less, with a frame two story dwelling bouse, kitchen, barn,stabling, granery, &o Book N, Yol. 7, Page 456, Ac. Seized and taken in execution as tbe pr. E erty of Jacob Deakyne, and Catharine leakyne, his wife, and 1.1., and to be sold held by ISAAGGRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Cffico, New Castle, September 28th, A. 1)., 1q77. _»ep30 gHERJFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to Public bale, at tbe GILPIN HOUSE, kept by George Whitfield, in t # >e city of New •jaetle, in New Oftfttle hundred »ud county, Delaware, ou FRIDAY, THE 12th DAY OK OGTUBER, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Estate viz: All that certain Plantation or Tract of Land, Bituated in White Olay Greek Huu dred, New Cattle County, Delaware, aud bouuded by tl»® tiubUu toad Uoilliift f.o • Newark to Roseville Factory: by Wb"* Greek: by lands formerly ot Tobias ard, and by lands of George Janvier, con taining about Two Hundred Acres of Land, be the same more of less Seized and taken in execution as the pio pertv of Franklin Plait, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sherlfl". Sheriff's office, New Castle, September 25th, A. D., 1877. _ «*!'-» ^HEKlFF'b SALE. By virtue of a writ of Vendltlenl Exponas, to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the HOTEL OF WM. B. HOLLIS, at Townsend, In Appoquiuimink Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, on THURSDAY, THE 18th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1877, at l o'clook, p. m., the following described Beal Estate via: A Lot of Land, situated in Blackbird Hun dred, New Castle County, Delaware, bound ed by lands of Gideon f] Rothwell, the heirs •f Joseph Flemming, dec'd, and Samuel Patton col'd, containing One Acre, more or less, with a small Tenant House thereon erected. Seized and taken In execution as the pert? of John Brown, col'd. and to be sold by J ISAAG GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office,New Castle, September 23th, A. D., 1877. Mp29 ro OHOULDEK BRACES The hltohed up jj and arched shoulders usually termed ROUND SHOULDKRS is one of the most common of deformities and Is found gener ally among rapidly growing children, often from the constant bending forward of the desk. In all such cases it is important to adopt such means as will expand the chest and give greater space to tne LUNGS. A large as sortment ot Braces ot the most approved construction sold and applied by Z. JAMES BELT, Successor to E. BRING HURST ft GO.. Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Cor. 6th and Market street. mhl9 head and neck over the hook attention. AJLL persons desiring FURR DKURS, eaxioals, or wishing Their prescriptions or Private receipts carefnlly Compounded of pure mater ials, should go to the DliU** STORE of ti. R. BRINGUOKb'i, *i7 market stkkki . Wilminvtan. I>* to tr UR. W1R. n&LDB BTILLoc •'tluuoa his siooesetui practice el WiDioma, for the cure t)f consumption.liver diseases, dropsy, intermitting fever: diseae c*the eye and ears. Insisted and other tu mors, tetters, itch of the worst grade, ulcers 3f tb • limbs, together with many other disea ses. such as fevers, small pox, fto. Ths Doo tor returns his thanks for past favors and hopes his customers will stl'l continue their patronage. Residence and offioe Dr. Wm. Fields No 13west Mevetieh »treet. Wilmington. Dei HUGE MINDINw MARTIN JOHNSTON , BOOK BINiGH, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, ftO Special attention given to making acoeun boon of every variety of ruling and bindingt Missing numbers of magaslnes supplied. Orders by mail promptly responded to. 4*A4fr NjN ATMIEffiT H, PICKELS, NOB. 7*9 EAST FOYRTH STREET WILMiaCTOM, DSL A WARM. ole Manufacturer of (k« celebrated wrough it of Gnu Caoiumli, Ueater#. Aim, a seed assortment of Goaklag, Parlrn at.d Heating Stoves. or old wove* bva ynt. «ois or eicnaTKe* oim IN A. mcliardian bM taken .tall. Noe. 88 and 41 in tba Second St. market.will keep fr«h and salt meat .fail ktude at tb. bmen rat«k «1 t. blm a .alb* 1 noN FOURTH El> a Ml a die low a Fa! Well the fair has close and my op ad on ;eir goods e ground ing in and us tie and liuancial lie rain of how the exhibitors toro Saturday evening, getting ready for shipment, from of the exhibition. Everyl around the Pavilion waB ' confusion. The fair was li success notwithstanding ^Thursday, when some oil croakers Vcdicted that "we told r>*u so, the \ua»ers will lose moley on this f«k." but such was not tie case. The ts far surpass any nil ever held i Peninsula. Everybody seemed d and were loud inline praise of the e&ibite made. We Yjll now give the i&ccs which were unfinished wjen your correspon dent lefopn Saturday evening. The firscuace writhe 8.(0.-2 in 5 to Harness. \Purse,l$150. $90, 1st; $40, 2d ; $&, 3d ; :|5,4th, The first 1 heat re on pie won by Allen Qolddust, in 3.48 IPawlett coming in second ; Adda E.l. tnii'i, Jersey Patcben fourth. 1 1 Second heat—was t|n by J'awlett in 2.48| ; Adda E. C. Bennett third; fourth. ( Third heat—was won by Adda E. C., in 2.47J ; Allen Goldduir, Second; May, third ; Potato Bug, burth. Fourth Heat—was ;won by Adda E. C., in 242. Allen Qolddust, sec ond ; May, third; Vudy May, fourth. gFifth heat—was >on b) Adda E. C., in 3.46$ ; Allen Cylddiuf, second; May, third ; Lady Mat, fourth. 2.40.—3 iu 5 tabarness. Purse, $300. $140, lat $80. 2d; $50, 3d; $30, 4th. Bose radium won in three straight heats, fancy, second money: Black Douglas! third; Molly E., fourth. Time, 2.3« 8.42, 2.384. I 2.29.-3 in 5 to harm*. Purse,»450, $250, 1st; $140, 2d; $0, 3d. First heat Morning won 2.1, Dora com ing in second, Moscow (third, Glide fourth. I Becond heat—Morifiniwon in 2.34; Dora, second; Glide, thfd; Moscow, fourth. I Third heat— MorniDg ton in 230}; Dora, aecond ; Moscow, kird ; Glide, fourth. \ B astbVfr ; Lady len olddust, SherIJJ's Sale: __Sheriff 4rubb silver lises to tiell at the Gilpin flluse, In Ni-w Castle, on the 12th inst., anuin of 200 acre., situated near Newa' :,Whlte Clav Creek Huudred, belonpinc to Franklin Platt. At the hotel of William U. Mollis, at Townrend, on the ISili i ist.,» bouse and lot of oue acre, belong Brown. At the same lime anil pl,c-, a irm of 160 acres, and ano' her of 300 aerm, be, longing to Jacob Deakyne, At the hotef of Alexander Malwell, in Middletown,on ibe 19 h Inst., /ie dwel ling hou.e and hate of laud, bePneing to CharleB E. Andfisnu. At tbe hotel of W. B. Ford, ft K!rk« wood, on the 26:li hist., the prperty of Albert N Suttou, situated in tie village of fit. George*. At the hotel of George W. Cdlip, in this city, on the 20th inet,, tie three storied brick hou-e on West arert, be. ,ween Eighth and Ninth, belolglug to Passmore H. Mitchell. Also, the property of William situated on Taylor, Walnut ant sheets, also tbe Washington louse on Market street. At the hotel of George W. Ortlip. on the 27th inst., the old J'emperince Hall property, on Fourth street, between Market and King, belonging to Ibe estate of the late Wm. tl. Naff. This Is the season of the year when sudden changes of (he weather is likely to occur, causing colds, congl i, h jarse ness, sore throat, etc. Rogers' Magnetic Oil and Liver Pills, are the isos' suitable remedies now known for cong>stion of all kinds. Druggists sell them. Personal.— Mr. C. Mandeville who was formerly in Ihe employ >f the P. W- * B, railroad in tills ci y, hit more lately railroading in Louisiana, is on a visit to blit friends iu tlila city. Undertaking —Thomas Giles will shortly open at No. 829 Market street, and engage iu the undertaking business. Hartman, Druggist, 6th aud Poplar has a big lo of Chamoi9 skins and will Bell them cheap. ng t» John Silver, Ninth (Oommunlcated.) Messrs. Editors No one should Ml to be present at Morning S* vision, Sons of Temperance M«frs Meet ing in the Opera Hous**, this evening.— The programme of exercises should in sure an immense audience, 'fife mere announcement that Geu. Louie Wagner 's t© speak, should pack every available foot, of the spacious audience chamber. The reputation of ftov. G. K. Bristor and others who are announced lo speak as temperance orators, shonld command a good audience. To those who have not heard Gen. Wagner speak, we would say, don't fail to be present this evening. The writer of this item is anxious to have the people of Wilmington hear h m as he regards him as one of the he6t, temperance orators iu the land Di fcONNlE. I. O. 0.1*. The members of Columbia Lodgo, No. 26 will meet at the hall on Tuesday, the Dili Inst., at 1-30 p. m., for the purpose of attend ing the funeral ot J. T. Tazewell. Bv order J. T. TAFT, Sec't. of oct8-2t ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By order of ihe Orphans' Court, wiil be sold atPublio Sale, at Stidham's Auctj Store, on TUESDAY, October 9th, 1877, At 3 o'olook, u. m., a small three-story brick house, situate corner ot 13tli and Wilson streets. Lot 13 feet, 8 Inches, by 64 feet, being the property of Jos. Erwin, dec'U.to be sold to oloee tbe estate. The attention of investors, mechanics and workingmen la called to the above property. Sale poBllive. T. J. LAWSON, Administrator. oo "Clabke's Tooth Ache Drops cure Instantly. jlyl3-ly NEW AD VMSTJBMMMNTB. in £/e by N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THIS DELAW ARK WESTERN KAIL* AD COMPANY T# U8K CERTAIN STREETS. Whkkbas, pursuant to an ordinance en titled ''An Ordinaure Authorizing the Wil mington nnd Reading Railroad Company, and the Wilmlngto. and Western Railroad Company to uso Certain streets," passed May 14.1874, a contmcr. bearing date May 2.4,1874, WrtB entered into by and between the Mayor and Council of Wilmington and the Wilmington & Western Railroad Company, whereby ihe said Compai y was authorized and empowered to construct and railroad track and appurtenances upon and along Water street and Railroad avenue,sub jtet to certain restrictions, regulations, pro viso , covenants a< d agreements contained in said ordinance and said contract. An» whereas, anerwnrds, pursuant to a supplement to laid ordinance ushsea June 18, 1874, the Wi'mlngton and Western Railroad Company did on the 24th day of Wune, J874, assign unto James Bradford and Samuel M. Barrington, trustee*, tne aforesaid contract and all of the rights ami privileges conferred upon or granted to said last mentioned Com pany by or under the said tint recited ordi nance and contract; and the s*'d trustee* did on the said 24th day of Juno, 1874, enter into a contract in writing, whereby they did enant and agree with the Mayor and Council of Wilmington, to do and perform all of the dntier ri qulred of the said lust mentioned Company Dy th« said first recited ordinance and contract. , . Amd Wukubas, afterwards, the iftid trus tee*, pursuant to the powers and privileges to them given as aforesaid, constructed a railroad track upon said Water street and Railroad avenue, and also certain siding?, turnouts, switches and appurtenances. Amd Wbbrbas, afterwatds all of the fran chises and property of the Wilmington and Western Railroad Company aforeoald were sold under a decree of the Circuit Court of the Uuited Slates for the i istrlot of Dela ware, and the same are now held and own ed oy the aforesaid Delaware Western Rail read Company, and the said trustees hare petitioned the City Council to amboiise them to assign unto die said laftt mentioned company the said recited contract and all of tba rights and privileges conferred upon or granted to them by or unde*- the s»ld recited ordinances and contract, therefore Bit it obdainbd by ths Cut Council OF WlLMINC ION. Section 1. That the said James Bradford and Samuel M. Harrington, trustees, are hereby authorized and empowered to assign ai d transfer to the Delaware Western Rail road Company the aforesaid comract, bear ing date the 28th day of May, 1874, and all of the rights, privileges, authorities and powers conferred upon or granted to them as afore said. and the said Delaware Western Rail road Company is authorized to puich «e, construct and use one raihoad track upon and along Water street nnd Railroad avenne, from French street to such pe'nt or points at or near the westerly boundary line of the city, as ssid company may deem proper, and also suitable and necessary sidings, turnouts and switches; subject, however, to such res trictions and regulations as have been or may be made by the City Council lor the purpose of regulating the speed of locomotives and cars within the city limits; piovided, how ever, that said company shall plank or pave between such tracks in such manner as the City Council may from time to time require; ana shall, under the direction oT the btreet Commissioner, construct and maintain all necessary culverts in conformity with the dinance entitled: "An Ordinance to regu late the dimenslonsofculveHs that may be built to carry the water* of Bhipley Run." And p.ovided further, that the said com pany than Agree to pay for the aforesaid privileges, the sum of one ddlar on the tiret dav of January in each year hereafter whlln it shall use or occupy said street or avenue, or any part thereof, as aforesaid, and to per form all the duties required of it by this or dinance, and to ttdemnify and save harm less the city from any and all loss or damage to persons, corporation* or property which may be cans J or Ottcaalonad by lha nw said Water rtreetor Kallror 1 avenue by said company, and to remove all of its railroad tracts. sidings, turnouts, switches and other property irom said street and avenue upon one year's notice being given bv or on behalf of the City Council; and provided tnrther, that the said company shall not cut off or de strey any of the connections that may 'be now made between the Philadelphia. Wil mington and Baltimore Railroad and any property on said street or avenue. Section 2. That upon the execution of the a<o> esaid assignment and transfer Delaware Western Railroad Company by said James Bradfoid and Bamuel M. H ringtail, trustees, they-the said trustees— shall be thereby released and discharged from all liability to the Mayor and Council of Wilmington, under cr by virtue of their said contract, bearing date the 21th day of June, Passed at the City Hall, October 4, 1877. M. : .LICHTENSTEIN. President city Council, WM. H. FUTLK, Clerk City Council. one all so cot a the the ar A N ORDINANCE TO REPEAL AN ordinance entlt.'ed "an ordinance regu lating the money paid lo the Tieasurer by the Streit Oommhwhmer on accountof curb ing and paving sldewalss." Be it ordained by the City Council of Wil mington: Section 1. That ordinance rogulatin* the money paid Treasurer by the Street Commlsftioner on account tf pavirg and curbing fidewalks, passed January 2«th, 1858, page 225. ordi nance book, a ho, section 3d of an ordinance entitled "an ordinance providing for the car i of the streets, lanes and alleys of the city, passed Nov. 13.1*58, page vi 1 ordinance book, be and the same aru hereby repealed. Pass'd at City Hall, October 4th, 1877, M.L, LICHTENSTEIN, President of (.ouncil. Attest, Wm. H. Foulk, clerk of Council. Oc9-2t ordinsnee entitled "an the eHEKIFa'd BjLE. »v virtue of a writ of Levari Factae, to m. directed, will b, exposed to public sale, at to m the LAFAYEITE HOTEL, 841 Shipley Streel, kept by Georgo W. Ortlip, in the elty of W II inlugton, Now Gastie count}, Delaware, on SATURDAY, The 20th day of October, A. D., 1877. at two o'clock, p. m., the following dercribed Real Estate, viz: All those two certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate in the city of Wi nuupton, cjuiity and .state aforesaid, bounded and de scribed aft lollowf, to wa: No. 1. Beginning at the Intersection ot the southerly tide of Tayljretreet with the \ve«t erly side of vv tison street, ttieooe along the said fride of Taylor street wtodcrly fifteen feet to the cent) eof the brick partition wa 1 divid ing this from the adjoining house on the west, thence through the middle ot said wall south erly ana parallel to Wilson street eighty leet to ihe northerly s-fie ot an adey three feet wide ltadiug Into Wilson street, and thence along said alley side easterly parallel to Tav lor street fifteen leet to the said side of W Ii een street, and thence thereby northerly eighty feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Book V, Vol. 7, Page 97, ftc. No. 2, Beginning at the westerly side of Walnut street fcetween Eighth aid Ninth streets st the di si an',eof two hundred and sixty-seven feet and ftix Inches from the sou therly side of Ninth street, thence north fifty eight degreee, west, parallel with Ninth ■(root sixty feel to a stake, tHence b< ulh thirty-two degrees, west parallel with Walnut street fltteen teet to another corner stake, thence south fifty-eight degrees, eas* sixty feet to the westerly side of Walnut treet, thence with the same north thirty-two degrees, east fltteen leet to the place of beginning. Also, ail the following described piece ot land situate on the westerly Hide of Walnut street immedi ately adjoining tbe northerly side of said lot. being fix Inches front on Wauiut street and extending westerly that width to feet to 8th st ret .with free use and privilege ol the alley between thi« ar d Neil Monej's house In com mon forever, be the contents thereof within said bounds what they may. Book A, Vol. 7, page 27*, fto & el zed and taken in execut ion as tho prop erty of William Silver, Jr., and Eliza J., his wire, and t. t.'s, and to be sold by ISAAG GRUBB. Sheriff. Sheriff's office, New Gastie, September 28, A. U., 1877. ©Oil. be 1.1 F EUROPEAN AFFAIKS. London, Oct. 7. M. Gambetta has issued a manifesto in which he strikes the French adminis tration and|its allies with unabated vim. £/e is to be prosecuted for that also. Nine persons have been arrested in Madrid for possessing arms; oue, while resisting, was Killed. The Russians in Asiatic Tuik*y have fallen back. It is intimated that the Turks will evacuate Plevna for a better position. The Montenegrins attacked rodgoritza ami several small forts held by the Turks Friday, but were repulsed. of ed, for No. a. r Gil _ T Opera Hovae 'Temperance Me el luff. The'first public meeting under the auspices of tbe Moral Suasion Refoirn Association wss held vesterday sfernoon commencing at 3 o'clock, in the Opera Houas The House was crowded in ev ery part, and taking every thing all through, the meeting was a success. Col. John H. Moore. tbe President of tba Association, presided. The officers all wore whbe silk badges, with tire name of the office designated, while the other members wore bine badges with the Initials CM- 8. R. A." printed upon them, Mr. Z. Pickels bad charge of the music. Rev. Dr. Stevenson opened the meet. Ing with prayer. The first speaker of the afternoon was Cornelius StiDson, one of the reformed men. Mr. S. is a talented and easy rpeaker, using language which denotes a auperlor education, but being overcome with modesty, he made a short speech. He said Ibe association had within its midst Intelligence, industry and skill.but be did not wish the audience to set their margin too h gb,and if one shonld stum ble and fall,he hoped they would help to raise him up again, and if they wtuld do so there might come a day when they might find they bad done a great work, not only for themselves but for the re formed men of Wilmington. Mrs. Dr. Lawrence read with great ef fect a poem about the discovery of the fiend Alcohol, Dr, Lawrence gave a metaphysical ad dress upon the effect of intemperance His address F t r. E F ■ X S Jj upou the human system, was an argumentive and able one, but scarcely tbe kind adapted to a Sunday afternoon audience. James Hargte followed In a ringing earnest speech In behalf of the reform association, and against the evils of in. temperance. Mrs. Dr. Lawrence being Introduced a second time, made an earnest Temper ance address wbich was much applauded. Rev, F. B. Duval dismissed with the benediction,after the singing of the doz ology. During the meeting a liberal collection was taken up to assist tbe reformed men in fitting up their new pl^ce of meeting, Shipley Street above Eighth, and for fitting up a reading room at the same place. _ on a H 0 The Alslerg Vase _There are various reports on the street relative to the Als berg case,one ot which is that the Sheriff closed 310 Market street this morning, for the purpose of securing indemnifi cation against any loss which might possibly occure to him through Mr. Als. berg's escape from jail. Another report is that Mrs. Alsbera was engaged in ramovhtg the goods from her store gradually, preparatory to re moving away, and that Mr. Alsberg was about the premises giving advice, and the Sheriff closed the Btore to prevent snch removal of goods. The third, last, and most likely report is that Mrs. Alsberg being inbHsiness for herself, one day last week, handed Sher. Iff Grubb the keys of her store, inform Ing him that she wished to id.mnify him against any possible loss by her bus - band's escape, promising him at the same time that she would make the whole mat ter right, by paying her husband's credl. tors within two weeks. It is almost certain that one or some part of these reports are true, as we are credibly informed that an inventory of tbe goods Is now bejng made by men appointed by the Sheriff preparatory to removtng to a place of safely. The fact that the curtans are down and the disap pearance of the goods lioru about the door, gives evidence to tbe truth of some of these reports. a 9 K Foundry Temperance Meetings.— Since Ihe recent storm on Thursday night, the Twelfth street Temperance tents were found to be In such a dama ged condition that it was Impossible to raise them again without inclining cod. siderai expense. Under these circum. stances, Mr. VTelle, the President, began to look arouDd to seo where he could get a place for tbe meetiugs duriug the win. ter. He aud the committee acting with him, on Saturday succeeded in leasing the old Rice Iron foundry at Tenth aud Orange streets, aud during the evening, the parapbaualla of the old tent was re, moved lo tbe foundry. The oldest of the two tenlB which be longed to tbe Temperance people was broiigbt up, aud though Id a ragged con dition was erected inside the foundry. TFben these arrangements were made It was too late to announce a Temperance meeting through tbe evening papers, but word waa sent from one to another through the city that aTemperance meet ing would be held In tbe evening. It was quite a surprise to see such a targe num ber present, and indicates the "old four' dry"will Ire as popular as the "old tern" was. The meeting was opened by prayer by James Jones, and was addressed by John Boyd, Isaac L. Grouch, Dr. Law rence and others. Several persons came forward and signed the pledge. Kaolin Quarries Flooded —During the recent flood,tbe Kaolin quarries of L. P. Harvey near Obaddu Ford were filled with water. Mr. Harvey has en gaged the old l'boeuix engine wbich is now at Pusey, Jouea & Co's, getting re paired, which when finished will be used lor pumping the water out ot the quar ries. at II Ii V, of on 8th his 28, Sheriffs Sales .—On Saturday 'ast Sher iff Grubb sold the three story brick dwel* Hog of W. H. Pierce on Shipley street, between Second and Third, to Mr. Pax* son of Mill Greek Hundred, for $1*800, subject to a mortgage of $3000. ' POM MALM OMMMWr. OB RENT. 18 West itreet noa-£fe session immediately. 1 Market ntreet i*osaeftHlo» Immediately. 9 Robinson street posses sion Immediately. ' 98 Westdtb street posses sion immediately. •* 7ia East 7th street posse*. *iou immediately. •« •« 604 ftpruce street possession immediately. Also a number of Lots in Brandywine marsh in good order. Also a number of four and six roomed houses in different parts of the City; posses sion immediately. Apply to. W.McOAULLEY No. 6C6 Market street. Wilmington, Del* F Dwelling, AGO., JanSl _ UR SALE. Two of the most desirable building lots In city, 64 feet by 140 teet, on Brnom Ave., between Fifth and 8ixth streets, one square from the publlo park, commanding a fine view of the city, that can never be obstruct ed, and a view of the surroundlug country for miles. They will be sold lew. Apply at No. 517 Market street _ apl9-dtf a. 1 OR RENT—A three story bonee, ten r rooms, water, gas and bath. High, dry and healthy. Good neighborhood, avenue, between Adams and Jackson streets oue square from City Cars. Apply at 905 Gil pin ayeme, _ og-lktd OR RENT.—A very desirable Store Room, No. 124 Market s reet, for the last 7 years used lor Dry Goods and Notions, and suitable for any kind of business. Jn UEORGK MeOALL, 704 * rench 04-6td OR KENT.—The store southeast corner _ of Third ft Market, and Fixtures for sale, Possession about the tenth day of Sep tember. Apply to WM. MORROW, 808 Market street, _ au2tt fd T l) LET.-Two second story rooms, two squares from Market street; west, pri vate family, also use of bath room, etc , etc. References required. Address "Respectable home" this office. oct8-3t F t r. o Gilpin quire of street. E F OR RENT.—Belper cottage near corner of Front and Union streets, (formerly oc cupied by K. M. Griffith) with 10 acres of land. Apply to DR. L. P BVSH, sep24-lm or GE O, W. RUSH. ■ .'OK SALE.—Six line shepherd pups, full X bred. Inquire at Stall No. 38 Eighth Saturday. street market oc6-6td-ltw. S tUK RENT.—A 13 roomed huuse witu range, hot and celd water, bath, gass through and In comple order, at 329 east Fourth street. _ sep!4-dtf fjujR SALE.—1 wo houses on Ring street Jj Nos. 211 and 213. pply to Thomas It bailey No. 602 Market street. sep!5-tf ftloR HALE.—A large tent, will seat 350 r persons. Apply to Geo. W, Powell Fish Stalls, Third Street Market. au24-dtf F OR KENT.—A seven room house, with gas, In a good locality. Rent low to a good tenant. Apply at No. 922 West Seventh street,_ Julyl2-dtf F OB SALK.—A good Tort wagon, nearly new, with harness. Apply to Jama. Conner, 237 Market street, autf-tf OB SAUfi—An engine, lathe ana tun bine wheel. J. O. H1BZBL, No. 20S fiil-dtf F East Second street. THOR! SALK.—A thirty five dollar MA P CH.NE, can be bought for fifteen dol lars.never been used, It Is called the Centen nial Machine. Apply at No. 82G West Fifth street sep28*dtf a §44—44— "i! H . 0 g a , g 1 ' I! 9 S 1 ! i I I & l % K I H % ■3 8 cd J 8 o O • • PS QC M n CO CD efi ® a g a tn AS < o file o a* tb & cz * «2S w o E < u 3 s £ > O __ OQ 0D w A R i s i i1 B g 3 l | o JQ f G 9 5 5 © t ! I g 55 3 a * 3 O E G FALL AND W1NTEA ARRANGEMENTS. PICKELS, z. S. W. COR. 19th & MARKET 6>TS. iSealer In HtOYea, Heater# U Range#, • The latest and best styles. All warranted t» give satisfaction. The time is appioactung. when stoves and heaters will be needed. 1 shall be pleased to aooommodate the publle with any goods in my line at 'he lowest oaah prices. A Iso orders for the depairing of hea ters and ranges will receive prompt attention at the 8. W. cernor Tenth and Market sts. anfiS WILETON GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS. 61V Market ftt. above Sixth CHARLES SMITH & SOM are ready to furnish Marble, Grault and Brown Stone of every description, ef he best material and workmanship. Ail work done at Philadelphia prices, and warranted to give satisfac tion. Country orders at tended to * despatch, f «i ■ JACOB HERMANN, MARBLE WORKS, ' New Onstle, Del., Monuments, Head stones, Marble and Enamelled slate mantles. Also on hand Platter Paris aud Cement, Terra Gotta pipe and chimney tops. j AJMAh a. jNiwaiitu o Restaurant N. JB. Oerner THIRD AND MARKET STB Is kt;.t in the medom style writ* every deli cacy ot ihe '•easou ooustantly on hand and served no in * meaner to mease the most las ti/MiTl. ■ep4-3md *250 will buy a targe new Beautiful Upright Plano.— f25 down,-balance f 10 per mouth. SMITH ft ALLEN, Mesoms Temple PIANOS VOR RENT, and | lent received In payment of Piano and Organ. ▲ largo .. „ . 'stock selling low for cash, at f *MITH ft ALLKN. 816 Mason to Ten.i >*»_ XT OTICis,—All persons are aereby zoroi trustlvg any one outside of my family tor goods v '.thout an order from me, aa I wlu pay no bills for goods so obtained. V GEO W. VERNON.